Thank you Docker for reminding me that I don't have friends
>decide to thoroughly clean dusty PC
>redo thermal paste while I'm at it
>"maybe I can do an OC as well"
>run prime95 at stock first to check temps
D-did I fuck up somewhere? The CPU cooler is a CM 212 EVO.
NEVER FORGET, my lads
They waited for Steve to kick the bucket to destroy his legacy
>but anon, Scott skeutrash was bad
Read some before thinking Scott was just the skeu guy
Post some CUTE technology
>ywn live in a comfy space capsule docked to a huge space station.
What program do you use for ripping your DVDs and Blu-Rays?
This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.
>Required Viewings For Newbies:
Previous thread: >>61745126
Repostin my 10 € shitter chrono for opinions
Products on order:
1 x Korora Penguin GNU / Linux Notebook - $804.00
Hard Drive: 320GB
Wireless N: Wireless N Dual-Band (TPE-NHMPCIED2)
Screen Upgrade: Glossy Wide Screen
Notebook Warranty: 1 Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty
VPN Service: Select
USB Flash Drive: Select
Keyboard Layout: United States
AC Adapter: US, Mexico, & Canada - Plug Type NEMA 5-15
Distribution to Install: debian 9,
Processor 4th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-4200U Processor (3M Cache, 1.6Ghz, 2.60 GHz Turbo)
Screen 14.1" 1366x768 LED Wide Screen
Wireless 802.11N Atheros Wifi (freedom compatible chipset)
Webcam Built-in 1.3 Mega Pixel Camera
Memory Up to 16GB
Battery About 3 hours 45 minutes without optimization (significantly more with tweaking using powertop)
Card Reader SD/MMC Card Reader
Optical Drive Built-in Super-Multi Drive (supports DVD-RAM/R/RW/+/-/CD-R/RW)
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4400
Built-in Audio & Mic Yes, Intel HD
Ports LAN 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet
USB 2.0 x 2
USB 3.0 x 1
Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) Yes (No VT-d)
Approx. Dimensions 338mm (W) x 243mm(D) x 21mm on front/23.9mm(H) on rear side
13.3 inches (W) x 9.57 (D) x .83 on front/.94 inches (H) on rear
Weight 1.68 Kg / 3.7 lbs with 4-cell battery
Default configuration Includes the latest release of Ubuntu
>tfw hackintosh works better, more stable that Linux
tfw when young hipsters and pajeets have been putting millions of traditional small businesses out of work and replacing them with "apps" over the last decade
tfw AI is getting stronger and will be putting traditional, slow & buggy webapps programmed by humans obsolete, big companies will be able to create several years of
traditional programming within a couple of days worth of AI programming and will put most programmers out of work
We brought it on ourselves /g/, didn't we?
Not going to happen in a couple of decades.
AIs are good at recognising patterns, and are useful for speech recognition, object recognition, text parsing, etc. In general, very domain specific tasks. Programming, on the other hand, often implies a endgoal. You cannot just apply some trained neural net and say "go make me an app", the result will be weird and useless. You can't just program stuff at random.
tl;dr AI can't into innovation
>It's another AMD vs Intel/Nvidia thread
What's your experience with libretaxi?
Did you recieve good service? How was the price?
Free and open source alternative to a service you are going to pay for? Not sure I see the point.
Unless the entire service is unpaid and you are just giving people free rides which sounds retarded.
Looking at surface studio but the envy 34 inch is enticing, what do /g/?
Hi, im japanese. im plan to go to NY this month and i also wanna buy AMD's RX VEGA series. so do u guys know where i could buy? i only know Best Buy and Fry's....
Nvm senpai it'll be out on the 14. Make sure to get your ass in line on the 14 in the early morning senpai or you will have to wait in line for assholes senpai.
Thank you god its fucking perfect