Built PC for around $600 and next paycheck coming, what to get next?
Not Bad OP, here's a screenshot of what my FX-8350 is doing now, encoding three videos and temps still not bad, while playing a movie back and browsing the web.
What do you need to do with your computer? in any case you should get an SSD for the OS.
I want to buy Xiaomi Piston IEMs but I can't decide whether to buy Piston v2 or Piston v3 Dazzle Edition. Dazzles are literally $2 more, but I can't find anything on them on the Internet apart from them being "a more colorful version in cheaper packaging".
Does anyone here own Xiaomi v3 Dazzle and can confirm they're legit? Or maybe v2s are just better and there's no reason to lurkmoar?
I'm actually using the Piston v3's right now. I've had them for about 3months and for some reason the volume of sound they output has lowered to a whisper. Both buds still work and in a silent room they sound great still, but for some reason they are extremely low and you can't hear anything coming out of them in a noisy environment. Mine may have been duds but next time i'm getting the v2's
HDD docking station vs NAS?
Which is better? Which scales up better? Need more storage (only have laptops) and don't want to keep buying external HDD.
Getting the whole enclosure, seperate mobo, power consumption seems a little taxing and too much upfront.
How does /g/ feel about the Microsoft Surface line?
Is it a good choice for someone who wants a light computer to both work on and goof around with after hours?
i think the hardware is cool, but i can never seem to think of a reason to recommend it over other small/light laptops that are cheaper, faster, and have the benefit of a proper keyboard/hinge.
I have a pro 2. It's pretty cool and is all around a great computer. The battery life is pretty suckish even with the power cover. The magnetic connector, while super cool, is really annoying to line up sometimes since it doesn't just "snap" into place. The screen is fantastic, windows scaling on the other hand is not. The keyboard cover is a gimmick. It works, but there are better solutions, like something that is rigidly attached to the device or not attached at all. It scratched pretty easily since it's painted black. It has a super huge bezel. I...
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>nephew got a $5,000 computer from ibuypower for an early christmas present
>probably going to be obsolete in 5 years since he got 2 titans and only 8gb of ram and a 3.4ghz i5
best card on the planet
way too small, he should upgrade that to 64gb
All in all, not bad for $5000 which I'm 95% sure is only going to be used to play Rocket League and League of Legends.
This is meme tier computer building. Let me guess, it runs gentoo?
Why are printers the most consistently shit piece of consumer technology out there? It seems like in terms of reliability, there hasn't been any progress made and no matter what you buy, it goes and dies faster than any other device. And it's not just home printers either, it also seems to be the one thing most likely to die in any office environment as well.
Oddly enough, the only one that's survived a decent amount of time for me is the somewhat ancient black and white HP laserjet that I've had for longer than I can remember.
Here's the trick: NOBODY MAKES MONEY OFF OF THE ACTUAL INKJET PRINTERS.
What happens instead:
>ink for printers becomes a hot commodity
>the printers themselves are always sold at a loss, so companies try to get them as cheap as they humanly can
>this means they're fragile as shit
>this means they break quickly
>none of this matters, because they just need to sell more ink to you
Buy a laser printer, nerds
First time posting, I'm a high school teacher planning an end of year lecture on technology and the role it plays in modern society.
I'm looking for articles and videos both defending and attacking modern technology. Literature in particular, short stories and the like. Think of life in the 1950's and compare and contrast it with life today. Just looking for various mediums dealing with this or similar issues/topics.
Just curious what y'all insight might be.
Looking for basic ideas, so the more vague the better.
Why don't you have 10TB of storage, /g/?
Another one bites the dust.
What does /g/ do with their old GPUs?
I am thinking of maybe making an M-ITX build. No point for an HTPC because I live in a studio apartment.
Can't use it for DX12 either because I will never install the superbotnet.
It is pointless to use old graphics card
GTX 750 Ti outperforms GTX 560 Ti at a fraction of power usage
>It is pointless to use old graphics card
>GTX 750 Ti outperforms GTX 560 Ti at a fraction of power usage
Sure, and I agree, but this is what I have, it's basically worthless on the second hand market, and I don't know what to do with it.
>use it as a dedicated physX processor
...Would this really matter...
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RICH FAG EDITION
I have some schematics in my head for the next generation of communications technology.
Encoding an information into food
What should I do?
It would take experts in the fields of neuroscience programming mycology and probably others to get this technology to an impressive level but I think a simple enough proto type could be built for minimal resources
>The company’s middling performance has led the stock to fall more than 30 percent on the year.
>The board will decide whether or not to spin off its stake in Alibaba, sell off the company’s Internet assets, or both
>Shareholders seem to care a whole lot more about the company’s stakes in Yahoo Japan and Alibaba.
Marissa Mayer confirmed to be on suicide watch
You guys know that little rectangle used to fill up the dvd drive in your pc if you dont use one? I was trying to install that fucker and he slipped from my hand and vanished. It's probably somewhere nside the case. Wtf do I do? Pic unreltedish.
A Czech guy gets BULLIED and HUMILIATED by huge Corporations for pirating some software.
Turn the subs on for translation.
How do you feel /g/?