Anyone else getting tired of how quickly technology is moving now?
As soon as I buy something I feel like it's already outdated.
what are you even talking about?
i bought a new computer to replace my 4 year old one. it had twice as much ram and twice as many cpu cores.
if you ask me that's not much of a difference after 4 years. what happened to murphy's law? it seems like consumer electronics are slowing their rate of progress now. computers are about as fast as they need to be for home computing.
It's a strange time. Everything is getting faster and replaced more quickly, but it's pointless.
>still using a Core 2 Duo with 8 gigs of ram and an SSD
>everything runs great, feel no reason to upgrade ever
>literally just bought a used business PC for $100 a few years ago and dropped a video card in it
What the fuck? I feel the exact opposite. 2010 desktop pc is still pretty fast, my Z1 has literally everything a newer phone does, I could even hack the newer camera app that supports 4K recording on it, if I wanted to.
I still have my i5 2500k from 4.5 years ago with 8 gb ram.
If I change the graphics card and OC the cpu, it's good for pretty much anything.
Back in the late 90s and early 00s computers became dated in 12 months and obsolete in 2 years.