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Hey /sqt/ a little video card advice if you will.
Looking to buy my gf a new card for her setup; currently she has a GTX 560 TI, now would we get more power for my money with another 560 in SLI or going for a 960 or 970?'
She's a digital artist mostly using Photoshop, Krita, Mischief, Autodesk, Manga Studio, etc..
Wouldn't that be a downgrade from what we currently have?
Say I were installing Arch and had to partition my drive. What would a good resource for determining the pros and cons of different configurations and filesystems be? I could just Google it but I'd prefer a link from someone who knows what they're doing. It's one of the few things I still don't really understand about the install process.
Just bought this on steam
any ideas why this is happening?
So I have a linux mint installation on my laptop running a Windows 7 VM through oracle. After installing the guest additions, and restarting the VM, I am limited to two resolutions within the VM. How can I make it run my native resolution(which is 1366 x 768)?
I was looking for a (couple of) monitor(s) with a similar pixel density to my 27" 1440p monitor.
Checked my emails for deals on newegg and they suggested the model on the right.
But I don't see it when I look for it... Can someone explain?
What's the best program for my tv tuner on linux?
Basically something that has the functionality of Windows Media Centre (but without the shitty .wtv extension)
I just want to watch television on my computer and auto record shit based on program name/when it airs, etc..
Take a look at your windows event log, just type into search view event logs. open it up, open the windows logs sub menu on the left hand side, select system, now on the right hand side create a custom view, tick critical, warning and error, organize results by time, does anything stand out, specifically relating to services crashing?
Why does my cpu usage jump to 50-80% on Chromium when I'm viewing a flash video? It's only that high when I'm viewing it, if it's just running in a background tab, the cpu usage is normal.
I'm on Linux.
it very-well exists as that price, but doesn't show up when searching for it by screen size.
I'm thinking it has to do with the fact that the specifications don't list the screen size.
I was only curious.
i bought a samsung tablet (SM-T110) that came with 4.2.2 jelly bean android. I believe the tablet is also filled to the brim with botnet and bloatware. I never used android before in my life, nor any sort of GNU/Linux.
The stupid question is: how do I "format" it and upgrade to a clean 4.x kitkat without bloatware and botnet? I want freedoms, guys.