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70692618 No.70692618 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

name better RSS reader than RSSOwl

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70692600 No.70692600 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>C this
>Rust that
Why isn't /g/ using Zig? It addresses all your concerns and problems with C and Rust

>> No.70692608

Literally who?

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70692590 No.70692590 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

yo where my Amish /g/ users at?

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70692585 No.70692585 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

why does /g/ haet i3 all of a sudden ?

>> No.70692596

I still use it.
That default setup looks like shit though

>> No.70692623

Bored of it already, just went back to any floating wm + tmux.

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70692530 No.70692530 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]


>BIOSTAR will be launching its latest gaming, home entertainment, edge computing and smart home solutions at COMPUTEX held in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center held between May 28th and June 1st, 2019. Key launches this year will be BIOSTAR’s fourth-generation RACING series motherboards for the new AMD Ryzen platform
>BIOSTAR will be demonstrating the 4th generation RACING Series powered by the next-generation AMD Ryzen processors to highlight its capabilities in gaming, entertainment, and professional use.

It's fucking happening, ryzen 3000 launching at computex

>> No.70692553

The waiting is killing me. I want to upgrade from my 3770

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70692502 No.70692502 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Why have you not joined the Intel MUSCLEBOOK 8 cores 16 threads master race, /g/?

>> No.70692512

What's the point? Just build a mini desktop

>> No.70692551

Becouse i can just build much better pc for the price of itodler brainlet mactrash.

>> No.70692575

Oh and nice bait

>> No.70692614


All Laptops should be chunky. Thin Laptops are too thin.

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70692483 No.70692483 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Can anybody tell me some info about this:

I'm about to build a AMD Ryzen 3 2300g PC, because it's what I can afford at the time.
I wanA230t to run it on a [email protected] ultrawide monitor, and i'm sure the Vega 8 can do this but I'm not so sure if the motherboard can.
I'm buying a asrock HD and here is what it says on the specs:

HDMI: Maximum Resolution of 4K x 2K (4096x2160) @ 24Hz / (3840x2160) @ 30Hz

Now that is all 4k at 30hz, and I don't want neither 4k or 30hz, just [email protected] Can I assume that it will do [email protected]? It should do, right?

>> No.70692499

The motherboard is asrock A230m HD

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70692459 No.70692459 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>"install gentoo" they said
>go to gentoo.org
>downloads section but no option to buy
>ask where i can buy a gentoo license
>no one answers
>give up and just download the trial version from the downloads section
>(the retards forgot to even label it as a trial version)
>how am i supposed to run this garbage it's not even an EXE
>look up how to run gentoo app
>the program's installer, "rufus," doesn't even come with the fucking program
>download "rutardedfus" and install the gentoo program
>restart my computer because apparently you have to do that but it doesn't tell you
>windows just boots to a BSOD
>the BSOD has a smug fucking penguin on it
>the error screen dumps some retarded gibberish like "Starting gpm" and "livecd login: root (automatic login)"
long story short Linux broke my fucking computer. Don't install this app, it's garbage. Can't believe some people here shill it unironically. The Linux company should go fuck themselves. If you want people to buy your shitty product then first of all try making sure it actually works, secondly how about providing an option to actually buy it. Retards.

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>> No.70692549

You should better stop before you can actually understand what's going on, because once you do, your computer will work just fine, but you will break.

>> No.70692571

It says everything is [ok], you sperg.
Start hacking.

>> No.70692584

>free software
cringe @op

>> No.70692602

>It says everything is [ok], you sperg.
But it's a BSOD. Why would there be a BSOD if everything was okay. You're pretty much telling me my computer is fine because the ransomware says it's fine. I don't give a shit if the virus is working properly, I want my actual computer to work properly.

>> No.70692624

Just install gentoo man. It will fix ur pc to perdect condition.
>so nice bait fucker

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70692447 No.70692447 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

First one that broke, it was my first ever build, so I figured MAYBE it was my fuckup, I didn't pursue anything. Both a new one and TOOK OUT THE SHITTY FUCKING INSURANCE AMAZON OFFERS.
This time, the thing was in my computer for...about 8 months, doing fine, then one day the fucker just gave out. Called a dude I knew who used to work for an expensive as shit company called Puget, he looked it over and just told me "the eltrical system blew out, doesn't seem lie anything you did, probably their fuck up." Now, despite my amazon "insurance" on the fucker, they've been dragging their feet trying to blame me in every way possible, etc...
Wasn't going to give up early. Bought about $120 worth of different "detection equipment" to try to figure out why the fuck is wrong with it. I was a history major and then went straight to law school, so i'm in over my head butt he way these fucking scumbags have dealt me just seems...not only unethical, but possibly even illegal have to go over the fine print on the contract.
In the mean time, I have two of these things, which are now...at first they cost $300, which was bad enough. Now, I assume thanks to the trade shit with the chinks, they are almost $600. So as a first step, can anyone recommend something to see if I have any power in the fucker? If it will help will send pic of all the different "tools" I bought to try to figure the fuckign thing out myself (or maybe you just want a laugh who knows).
It's like now I have two fucking full time jobs. come home from the office, and dive right into this. it's not even so much about the fucing money, I just finally gave in and had to buy a new $650 ASUS motherboard a few hours ago. It's that they're cheating, lying motherfuckers.
Any help or possible solutions appreciated. thanks lads

>> No.70692462

(yeah, I know, the title is a complete cluster fcker that makes no sense after it told me my "field was too long" and I tried to squeeze too much shit together and ended up with "oystering" and "ug" nut, what can you fucking do?

>> No.70692484

having 2 mobos off themself is strange. are you sure that it's not caused by other factors? maybe your mains electricity isn't clean e.g. old electrical installation or has power surges?

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Here is just some of the shit I fucking bought. The magnifcation class and the glasses with lens for different manigication was, at least in theory, to be able to see the shit up close when trying to figure out at first if my battery was fucked or it was the useless goddam motherboard. Was the motherboard...

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70692434 No.70692434 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

installing Arch Linux is like purposely punching yourself in the nuts, change my mind

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70692384 No.70692384 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

cs grad thread. Fresh content only

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>> No.70692588

You have to be over 18 to post on this site.

>> No.70692593

Spending $2k on a gayming PC while you're employed is not a big deal, considering it will last for a few years.
A degree costs tens of thousands, and you won't be able to work full time and make decent money.

>> No.70692621

into the trash

>> No.70692628

Keep larping boomer

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70692361 No.70692361 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>Like XFCE, KDE really likes having an xorg.conf with VSync enabled. That alone will do wonders in my experiences. Here's my xorg.conf which is nothing but the default settings with VSync enabled (/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-amdgpu.conf).

Section "Device"
Identifier "AMD"
Driver "amdgpu"
Option "SWcursor" "off"
Option "Accel" "on"
#Option "ZaphodHeads" ""
Option "DRI" "3"
Option "EnablePageFlip" "on"
Option "TearFree" "on"
Option "VariableRefresh" "off"
Option "AccelMethod" "glamor"
Option "ShadowPrimary" "off"

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>Because I have a tone of them, here are my global environment variables that effect the GPU: (the is also like the ultimate AMDGPU environment variable cheat sheet )

## Wine Variables
# Wine Esync
export WINEESYNC=1

# Wine PBA
export PBA_ENABLE=1

# DXVK Async
export DXVK_ASYNC=1

## System Vulkan (only enable one)
#export VK_ICD_FILENAMES=/usr/share/vulkan/icd.d/amd_icd64.json

# AMDVLK-Pro (thanks, TK-Glitch)
#export VK_ICD_FILENAMES=/opt/amdgpu-pro/etc/vulkan/icd.d/amd_icd64.json

# AMDVLK Experimental Features

export VK_ICD_FILENAMES=/usr/share/vulkan/icd.d/radeon_icd.x86_64.json

## AMDGPU Tuning
# AMDGPU 16x anisotropic filtering
export R600_TEX_ANISO=16

# AMD\R600 Debug options
export AMD_DEBUG=sisched,nir,forcedma,unsafemath,llvm,gisel,dpbb,dfsm

# MSAA>EQAA Modes (all based on an AMD tech sheet; actual EQAA modes bug Dirt Rally :(; can set global and per game)
# Requires game to use MSAA to convert it to EQAA.
#export EQAA=0,0,0

#2x MSAA
#export EQAA=2,2,2

#2f4x EQAA
#export EQAA=4,2,2

#4x MSAA
#export EQAA=4,4,4

#2f8x EQAA
#export EQAA=8,2,2

#4f8x EQAA
#export EQAA=8,4,4

#4f16x EQAA
#export EQAA=16,4,4

#8x MSAA
export EQAA=8,8,8

#8f16x EQAA
#export EQAA=16,8,8

## MLAA (only use one...blurs the font of KDE...better to set as an env variable in Lutris)
# Jimenez MLAA
#export pp_jimenezmlaa=16

# Jimenez MLAA Color
#export pp_jimenezmlaa_color=16

## Libstrangle Tuning (all below require libstrangle to be installed and programs to be launched with strangle name_of_program)
# Cap FPS for OpenGL/Vulkan programs to 60 FPS
export FPS=60

# Force enable VSYNC
export VSYNC=1

# Tweak Vuklan/OGL mipmap lod bias for crisper textures
export PICMIP=-1

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>Yes, I reboot my computer when I switch from amdvlk to radv. I bolded the important ones. The rest are just either obscure or hard to find good information on. I had to refer to an AMD tech manual from 2011 to find the EQAA modes and a Phoronix article to even know that feature exists.
>And for my kernel command line:

zswap.enabled=1 zswap.compressor=lz4 zswap.max_pool_percent=25 zswap.zpool=z3fold amdgpu.dpm=1 amdgpu.dc=1 amdgpu.ppfeaturemask=0xfffd7fff amdgpu.deep_color=1 amdgpu.exp_hw_support=1 zfs.zfs_arc_max=8589934592 pti=off spectre_v2=off l1tf=off nospec_store_bypass_disable

>That part underlined at the end disables the kernel mitigations and I have three entries in GRUB per kernel -- unmitigated (the above), mitigated (remove what's underlined), and the mitigated fallback.
>The zswap ones may or may not help, I've been using the amdgpu ones since my 260x days (sans the CIK enable one), the last one is to limit the ZFS arc to 8GB because a single 2tb drive doesn't need a 24GB arc...doesn't need 8GB either ...
>There is also a post I did in a recent Firefox thread where I listed a bunch of the Firefox tweaks I use. Those will help you on the browser part...the search bar is your friend for those

>> No.70692395

>/g/ still shiling these both garbages
You guys need to fuck off!

>> No.70692583

mousefags and dragonfags BTFO

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70692282 No.70692282 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Why can't Apple design computer mice?

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>> No.70692301

it encourages you to not use it while charging :^)

>> No.70692408

Just like a rapist encourages his dick inside his victim

>> No.70692446

Mice really benefit from being ergonomic and practical, while Apple habitually places form over function.

>> No.70692488

Apple invented mice, same as they invented the internet; hence every computer has a MAC address.

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70692238 No.70692238 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>Create a parts list
>Learn how to build a PC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WFt6_dF8g [Embed]

Want help?
>State the budget & CURRENCY
>List your uses e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors include purpose & graphics pairing
>NO Speccy or "bottleneck checkers"

Secure CPUs based on current prices
><8 thread CPUs don't always deliver a consistent 60fps+ in all games
>Athlon 200GE - HTPC, web browsing, bare minimum gaming (OC'able on some MSI mobos)
>1600/1700 - for non-gaming; worse in gaming due to slower memory latency
>R3 2200G - Light 30-60fps gaming(dGPU optional). 2400G if you want a CPU that can handle more of a GPU upgrade
>R5 2600/X - Good 60fps+ gaming & multithreaded use
>R7 2700/X - Best value high-end CPU on a non-HEDT platform
>Threadripper - HEDT

>NEVER use only a single stick
>8GB - very light use, and/or if you don't mind closing programs regularly
>16GB - standard amount. If you have to ask if you need more, you don't
>CPUs benefit from fast RAM; 2800MHz+ is ideal. Check "more" for true latency formula

Graphics cards based on current pricing:
>Used cards can be had for a steal; inquire about warranty
>RX 570/580 - value.
>1660 - Slightly better perf for more demanding games on high/maxed 60fps+;
> 1660Ti / 1070 / Vega56 / 2060 - higher framerates
1440p (WQHD)
>1070Ti / Vega / 2070 - 60-120fps+ in most games on high/maxed
>RTX 2080 / 2080Ti - higher framerates
>Radeon VII - may be considered; needs cooler mod to run quiet
2160p (4k)
>RTX 2080 / Radeon VII - upscale or lower settings
>RTX 2080 Ti, but poor value.

>Consider a larger SSD (better GB/$) instead of small SSD & HDD
>M.2 is a form factor, NOT a performance standard
>Consider 75hz display minimum; 60hz are old models
>AIOs don't change the laws of thermodynamics



>> No.70692259

Recommend me a
>1080p to 1440p
>24 to 27inch
>8bit panel
>120 or 144hz
>low input lag
>GTG response time of 6.9ms or less for 144hz and 8.3ms or less for 120hz.
>has strobing/motion blur reduction tech
>has freesync or gsync
Panel type makes no difference to me as long as above requirements are met, can be TN, VA, ISP whatever. Naturally the cheapest option that meets all those requirements is welcome.

>> No.70692278

240hz doesn't eliminate tearing either, dude. Holy shit.
Adaptive sync and Vsync is what eliminates tearing. The later adds a lot more latency.

>Would this be enough to get a Ryzen 5 2600 up to 4mhz and keep it cool over the stock fan?
ya 4mhz ez. maybe even 400.
But the stock cooler looks like it's not much worse than that.

>I have a Zotac GTX 1080. one of the two fans broke. it kinda looks like a I can just buy another fan and slide it onto the pin.
If the fan has the same center hub diameter, yes, you could.

>What is the minimum GPU I need to run 144Hz 1440p smoothly?
Vega 56 or 1070Ti.
But for just older and lower requirement games, much lower end GPUs can do it.

The Mbest one. No anti-blur but it's the lowest response time of an AHVA at 3.3ms and only 1ms input latency.
For one with anti-blur, probably an Acer Nitro. I know some Pixios and others have it too, but I forget which. It's hard to filter monitors by having anti-blur so dunno.

>> No.70692331

mbest is not an option
Which Acer nitro there is shitloads of them

>> No.70692465

How will a Q9650 handle a GTX 1050 + RX 550 ?

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70692185 No.70692185 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Combess /g/

I use iCloud

>> No.70692237

I use unrooted non custom chinese android on my smartphone
windows 10 on my desktop until I'll be able to do GPU passthrough
I masturbated to anime character of questionable age
my porn collection is larger than movie
I failed my degree and am basically dropout wagecuck who uses computers as hobby
I leaked confidential US military documents to wikileaks

>> No.70692270

>I leaked confidential US military documents to wikileaks
...Go on...

>> No.70692283

Yes anon continue, speak loudly into the microphone please.

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70692129 No.70692129 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

How should i go about cleaning up my keyboard?. I reccently spilled full fat milk on my keyboard and its fine and all no keys are broken and the rgb works but some keys are sticky and rough to type on because of the milk that has dried in it. ive dripped my finger in some water and sort of greased the switches top and while that seems to make it somewhat better if it gets into the motherboard of the keyboard my lighting flips out and keys start randomly pressing until the water has dried up.

inb4 im a retard. i already know.

>> No.70692133

note by some keys i mainly mean the switches its not that the keycaps are bad ive washed them already but its the switches thats giving me problems.

>> No.70692249

>I reccently spilled full fat milk on my keyboard
>some keys are sticky and rough to type on
it was cum you don't have to pretend otherwise

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>> No.70692404

Buy a new one.

>> No.70692538

I have the K70 and a couple of months ago my cat puked over it. I dissamblied it and dried it with a hair drier and a vacuum. Works now

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70692112 No.70692112 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Bear computer.

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>> No.70692558

Cear Bomputer

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Computer bear.

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70692092 No.70692092 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

How would you breach a corporate building's security in order to get in and access the servers? General considerations:
>CCTV Cameras
>Security Guards
>Motion detectors/Alarm
>Employee card/ID/biometrics
>server under locked cage with lock and key, encrypted server, login,etc

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>> No.70692373

Through their doors?

>> No.70692478

You can't access as a press member at night as it would be outrageously suspicious, besides, at night security is tightened, with infrared cctv's, alerted security guards with a fuck you sign on their foreheads , not to mention alarms and locked building

>> No.70692492

>jimmy into a door
>alarm goes off
>big reflector activates pointing at you
>police surrounds you in 3.5 minutes

>> No.70692503

Arrow down, x, tight, left, right, r1, right, down, up, triangle

>> No.70692586

Get their authorized supplier list. Fake a shipment of backdoored networking equipment.

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70692089 No.70692089 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

People still use these things? I thought everything was wireless these days.

>> No.70692114

What's a computer?

>> No.70692128

>imagine not even getting wire for your money

wireless is for indoctrinated pussies who can't manage a cable

wire > battery, every time

>> No.70692334

Unironically kill yourself OP.

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70692077 No.70692077 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

amd or nvidia for linux gaymen

>> No.70692094

AMD if you care about open sores.

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