This is an unpopular """opinion""" on /g/, but from a heat transfer perspective, an AIO is much better for managing heat. Not because it keeps your CPU cooler, but because water can absorb almost 4x the amount of heat that air can. An AIO and an air cooled CPU may reach the same temperature, but the AIO will take much longer to reach that temperature.
If you don't believe me google heat capacity.
I can't get my ports open... I got everything set up but it always says connection refused when I test the port on canyouseeme.org
Have you given up /g/?
When you try to convince others that there's a better fucking option available but they rationalize any excuse to buy it?
E.g. family member wants a macbook with one fucking port.
>But anon, she claims, "it's sexy".
I give up.
>there will never be a 5'0" Nexus 6P
WHEN WILL THIS BIG PHONE MEME DIE
>Requesting purchase advice:
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
Who low ram here?
Hey /g/, How do I stop being a programming brainlet? And start getting serious and working on real projects? Please help
i bike to lab in the morning and bike back in the evening.
i get up to walk around. meetings are good punctuation to sedentary stretches.
i run about 6 miles a day, give or take the distance to get to the gym.
Proton mail, who here has a proton mail account that they're actually actively using?
What are you using it for? Spreading loli?
New Battlestation Thread!
also, gotta be inaugurating my new LP2475w with some coloring job.
there is something strange here.
What is everybody's opinion on ibuypower? Are they a shit company? Should people stay away?
Any of you guys know how much having a pc constantly for a month would cost for electricity?
just calculate it
a = price of electricity (cents per kilowatthour)
b = PC power consumption (watts)
c = hours on per day (hours)
let's say a = 13, b = 500 and c = 8
a * b * c / 1000
13 * 500 * 8 / 1000
52 cents per day
Ive always wanted to hook my desktop to a kill-a-watt. actively monitors amperage and wattage of what ever is plugged into it.
computers don't run at a constant wattage do they?
Does any one else here buy a new computer every year?