ITT: we design a hypothetical image board.
has anyone bought shit from aliexpress?I tried to buy a tablet and know aliexpress wants my bank statement id and credit card to verfy me
I've bought from them on numerous occasions. They're my main suppliers for micro controllers and tiny electronics. They're for when you don't want to negotiate with some supplier over Alibaba (i.e. small batches of stuff).
They're essentially Chinese eBay with one big difference: CONFIRMING GOODS RECEIVED MEANS FORFEITING YOUR RIGHT TO A RETURN OR REFUND.
Other than that can confirm AliExpress is legit, shipping slow as hell though. It's from China, what're you gonna do.
Hey /g/ remember that magic stick vaporware product a a month ago or so...
Apparently the have a bunch of news sites reporting about them. Are people really that stupid.
Let's see who can do better /g/
Lets talk about future
Wayland or mir?
Aloha, /g/. I just put a system together with an i3 4370, and it's idling between 60 and 67 C with the stock cooler and arctic silver 5. Is that normal? When I google the issue all I can find is people talking about getting similar temps while running Prime 95, nobody seems to talk about idle temps.
Apparently my phone, which I bought last Christmas, is no longer receiving updates from my carrier, leaving me stuck at android 4.4.4. Is it worth the time/effort/possible repercussions involved with installing a custom firmware (I was thinking of putting on CyanogenMod)?
>computers in 2015 are barely faster than computers from 2007
what the fuck happened? computers now should be like 100 times faster man
I decided to put some data into a rar archive with a 100 character long password ( both letters numbers and special symbols )
Thing is I forgot that password so I wondered how long it'd take to recover it by brute force.
Well /g/ i guess i goofed i ended up paying full retail but the hackintosh is gonna be ready by january what case should i get?
Old thread died >>51632299
why has /g/ become so shit since moot left.
I am updating the screen guide, and it is a bit large, so I have divided it into three sections.
The 1080p section
-Two screens survive the purge
-A lot less 1080p screens than before: 12 screens to 8
-No more TN options
-No more 1200p options, either
-Prices went down tremendously: From $100-$400, to $100-$200
-A-panel section deleted, since only 1 unit is still logically priced
-Overall choice pool slightly smaller: 11 units total to 9 units total. Normal quality screen choices better though: 6 units to 8.
-Included a 32" model. Y/N?
-Prices for 1440p have fallen dramatically: $500-$2500 range, to $250-$500 range.
-huge number of new options: Formerly only 4 units, now 11
-Added two TN options as the cheapest 4K alternatives. Y/N?
-Added a 40" unit. Y/N?
-Do I have too many options for 4K?
So that is the standard screens update. I am filling up the remaining missing data now.
Are there any screens that should be removed? Any screens that should be added?
Your feedback is appreciated.
What kind of naming schemes do you /g/entooman use for your devices?
touhou girls, those machines that I named at any rate.
Alright /g/ I'm curious as fuck on how to start chrome along with a URL with C. Calling batch files are not allowed and can't get into the registry.
what kind of system lets you run arbitrary programs but not let you run batch files
or are you just doing this for the fuck of it
what are you even going on about