I made a wallpaper for you, /g/. Do you like it?
Is there any reason or use case for plain HTTP servers to be ran?
This is the best mouse of all time.
The above statement is irrefutable.
How do i know a monitor is not shit?
I don't have a lot of money to spend but i do want a dual monitor setup. I'm currently using my 40' TV as a primary monitor and as you imagine that is not optimal.
What should i look for? I don't care for gaming memes even though i play CS:GO
Microsoft fails Windows Phone fans again by delaying Windows 10 Mobile. All three of them are really pissed!
Found my brother's old shitty tablet. Anything cool I can do with it?
Can I use it as a second screen for my desktop?
It runs android, I'm still charging it so no idea what version, but it's pretty old.
I have a GTX 780.
Is it true the latest drivers gimped the card and makes it perform worse?
I have the same card. It's doing great so far. I asked here a couple of times and they said the 780 is a fine card for now. Better to save money and buy new hardware next year (according to /g/)
>battery finally hits 20% after two months heavy use
>plug it in while I'm asleep
>probably do the same in early March
>tfw not autistic
how to stop gpu from sagging?
which is superior?
Firefox (nightly) and bitmap UI fonts not working anymore. What do?
Best Intel processor around 200 usd/eur?
I'm looking to build a new PC. The last time I built one was 6-7 years ago, since then I've been forced to get laptops. Until now.
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Not sure what private trackers are all about?
Check out the wiki and update it yourself if you want more instead of complaining like a fucking faggot. https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
How to get into private trackers (and survive): http://pastebin.com/5tw1E2ky
Paths to get into trackers: http://pastebin.com/D74UA1UK
What.CD Interview Notes: http://pastebin.com/Wgz6T7ta
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she looks like post-rock sister
Where can I buy an audiophile grade NAS or hard drive?
We selected two traditional hard-disk drives (HDDs), and two solid-state drives (SSDs): a 500GB Hitachi Travelstar 7K500,a 500GB Seagate Momentus 7200.4, a 128GB Kingston SSDNow and a 120GB Corsair F120.
In our initial listening tests, I couldn't discern any tangible difference in sound between the two hard drives. Harris thought the Hitachi sounded very ethereal, almost out of phase, and rated it lowest; the Seagate was sharper with a more thumpy bass, slightly brighter with a slight tendency to sibilance. Both lacked much drive in presenting the Madonna track, and were certainly 'mushy' compared with the best sound quality we'd heard from the QNAP stable.
Drive three (a solid state type) gave a far from subtle shift in tone and soundstaging. I thought that here this Kingston SSD spread the stage wider, could really pull apart the multi-track layers, and certainly led in blackness too, sounding agreeably quieter than it had any right to. Yet there was also a dull flatness to its presentation, even a graying of timbre.
If the Kingston SSD stood apart from the disk drives for its mostly good yet quite alien character, drive four made itself known for entirely the wrong reasons. This Corsair drive (another SSD) conspicuously highlighted vocal sibilants, and had a hard, relentless quality that was impossible to miss. Strangely, it also robbed the music of pace; it was the least engaging on any emotional level thanks to an enveloping tunelessness that appeared to carve up a song like an MP3 rip.
So it seems none of these drives sounds neutral.
I just did the same