I fucking fell for it
I seriously did
Were the AMD fx processors still competitive against haswell in price and performance?
I'm not talking about just gaming.
It's hard to beat an core processor for $149.
They definitely seem to be holding their own against Intel.
So are these benches legit? Can AMD outperform an I7 in some tasks?
Is there an Intel processor within a similar price range that can compete?
How close would the 4460 get?
I've looked this up on google and all the answers are not what I'm looking for
I'm trying to login to my brother's laptop and only know his pin, but the laptop only has an option for his password. How do I change my login options to include entering a pin? No settings have been changed since i last logged in, and I think I'm getting this issue because of restarting the pc after running MBAM.
>trying to login to my brothers laptop
bullshit tyrone, give back that laptop you stole, faggot.
>trying to hack your brothers pc
you should be shot and i hope he beats you to an inch of your life
Does anybody else have an odd interest in obscure technology? Feel free to post some.
>pic related, IIRC it's still in development
>celebrating every proprietary game's released for GNU/Linux
>Surprise, surprise, Chromium calls home. You think these cu.cks would stop using it once it was found to download binary blobs. But nope, they've been fucked and used by Google like the cu.cks they are.
>bragging about proprietary games in DRM Steam™
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You're confused op. People who choose to use GNU/Linux aren't inherently concerned with freedom in software. It's very feasible to run GNU/Linux and use all the proprietary software that there is.
Daz loader is now breaking Window Update (on W7) for me, anyone else having this problem?
What is the best version of Photoshop for pc?
>use /g/oogle services for 10 years
>not a single bad thing happened
This or a Mac Pro for Christmas?
Which is better for image and video editing?
They're basically the same price once I match them as much as possible.
What's the best case for under or close to $50?
How can I learn to do the Linux?
I'm looking to learn enough to where I can replace Windows with it eventually on my laptop. The only game I play is CS: GO.
Everytime I end up installing Ubuntu, I end up getting pissed at small things. Things like the mouse sensitivity being weird, it being slow, or the install getting fucked after changing nothing. It just seems unstable in general.
I also need help in picking a distro, I heard Ubuntu is shit and noob friendly. If I am going to put effort into learning this shit, I might as well learn a good distro.
Things I need.
-Decent FPS in Steam games
-Proper Nvidia drivers (with optimus)
-3840x1260 Support with scaling
-Proper multitouch touchpad gestures
-It be snappy
Right now I am just fucking around on distros in a VM, is this fine? How is Driver support with a Lenovo Y50?
>I heard Ubuntu is shit and noob friendly. If I am going to put effort into learning this shit, I might as well learn a good distro.
Just run Linux Mint, which is branched off Ubuntu, but without the weird Unity UI. No distribution comes close to the support of the Ubuntu community and forums.
Are multiprocessor boards still a thing? Or is it better to buy one fast processor?
Arch user are like vegans and atheists. They can't keep it to themselves or they will explode.
No, only Arch. I know plenty of Slackware, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Suse users who just use it for real work and stfu. Arch babbies think they've accomplished something by using it.
4 years of browsing gone
Stupid WD passports
also Tech Feel thread.
I'm sorry, are you saying that you stored something you wanted to keep on an external drive with no formal of backup? That would be irresponsible at best.
To try remedy your stupidity, the control boards have a tendency to die before the HDD. If you're lucky you can salvage the drive.
Why does /g/ hate on gaming laptops so much? I'm talking about midrange, not the power hog 980 SLI systems.
I admit that some are absolute shit (Dell/Alienware), but there are a lot of budget systems that are pretty awesome.
Thermal Throttling is not near as bad as it has been in the past. There are many systems that run the CPU and GPU at the base clock without throttling.
The specs are closer to desktops now. Pretty much every laptop will have a 4710HQ or higher, which is more than enough to run any games. GPUs are a bit weaker, but still a mid range laptop GPU will run all modern games at 1080P with medium settings. 16Gb isn't hard to come by either.
They are really thin now as well. All of them are less than an inch thick now. Less than an inch for a laptop that has a full 4C8T Haswell i7 that keeps it's base clock. Pretty impressive.
Battery life isn't an issue either. Most people force their dedicated GPU to run and leave Turbo boost on. If you Throttle your CPU down and use the intel GPU, you can get 5 hours of battery life easily.
Is a huge desktop really worth $1000 more to play games at ultra than the sub $1000 laptop range to have something completely portable? Also, since people love to shit on AMD for power consumption, try comparing a 135w max laptop vs your 700W+ desktop system, excluding monitor.
It just makes no sense why people bash them so hard now. 3 Years ago they sucked, but now they are great.
>gaming prefix = autismus maximus VIII
>extremely uncomfortable sweating hands, because of heat dispersion is non/existant
>way too thick
Who even plays games anymore, grow up
The only one that's even passable is Razer blade, and that's just a MacBook clone