I want to overclock my old 2500k, which cooler do you suggest, /g/?
I have checked the following:
>Hyper 212 evo
>Scythe Mugen 4
What would you buy? Other coolers are welcome.
If you wanna overclock and stuff I'd honestly get a water cooled rig. Best part is most of the tubes and shit can still be reused when you upgrade to a new boar size/socket. Or if you can't afford it, then i'd just buy the cooler in the pic because I've had positive experiences with that exact same cooler with an arctic silver 5 compound. Pic for attention since yall only respond to posts with pics.
>Pic for attention since yall only respond to posts with pics.
I don't, I read the whole thread, but, wahtever.
I had a Scythe Ninja on a Q6600 which has replaced by a X5460, and i had a good expirience, that's why I am considering the Mugen.
Also, a watercooling on this rig nowadays, I think it's unnecesary, but I will probably build one on my next PC. I think the watercooling kits like H50 are shit, am I wrong?
Thanks for your reply
Does your editor even indent properly?
The funny thing is, clang-format puts the numbers or any struct entries into the same line. That makes them look fine in vim, but emacs still fails the test with its floating closing brace.
Why didn't they make it like this and put the fingerprint sensor on the back? That would look actually futuristic.
>Soon Apple will have 3D images of millions of iPhones users and probably everyone who get in front of the face scanner.
Is it the future we deserve?
What is the great smartphone ever made and why is it the iPhone SE?
So, do /g/ know any good web where I can learn PHP?
Maybe something like Codecademy
What was some malware you grew up with on your family computer /g/?
Pic related seemed to be pretty common
How will they ever recover?
Name a BETTER player than POTPLAYER (that isn't made for neckbeards that masturbate with text files to pretend they are leet haxxors)
Pro-Tip: You LITERALLY can't.
this program is pretty good but its fucking annoying on windows 10
'an app has changed ur default program' or w/e popup on bottom right.. rly pissin me off. and i know its potplayer because it does it EVERY time i install it
Is applel ded?
there was so much hype yesterday
with 70% of the catalog
now every person online is hoping this thread doesnt get bumped
Do you like these intro screens shown by Windows 10? I especially like the quotes and interesting facts. Pic related is today's.
wicd or NetworkManager?
I feel like NetworkManager is a bit more unstable while connectig.
Post your opinion on the two and what distro you are using.
I am using arch.
What's the current state of AMD GPU drivers for Linux? Performance? Support of AMD-specific technologies?
>I meant what's the diffrence between open-source and proprietary drivers
Well, the open-source drivers can be studied, modified and redistributed freely whereas the proprietary drivers cannot.
What happened to Microsoft guys? It's a couple of job postings I saw for which they answered that they couldn't sponsor visas.
On the other hand Amazon and Google are still handing them like it's no problem.
Are they in such a bad shape? Are the others using a hack to get more?
I plan on installing Linux soon but don't understand the key differences between distributions. For context, I am a programmer and would be spending a lot of time developing on whatever OS I choose to go with.
Is Ubuntu a good first Linux distro or would I be making a rookie mistake? What would be the benefits of going with Fedora, Linux Mint, or GNU/Linux, for example, instead?
Coming from a Mac environment (yes, yes), would Unity be a good choice or are there more preferable options for Apple-like (e.g. GNOME) or similarly comfy environments?
Help me out here /g/. I'm ready to ascend to a freer world of computing.
GNOME isn't comfy it's ugly. Just get elementary OS.
Also the only difference between linux distributions is what you type in the terminal after "sudo" when installing packages. Ignore all posts stating otherwise.
>I am a programmer and would be spending a lot of time developing on whatever OS I choose to go with.
fedora is very popular amongst developers. ubuntu is good, nothing wrong with using it, but fedora aims more to the poweruser while ubuntu focused on mainstream users.
Ubuntu and Mint are both good first time distros. As far as desktop environments go, I would look for XFCE or Mate. They're both quite lightweight while still aesthetically pleasing (advance warning, xfce's default theme is ugly as shit but that's something you can fix in 2 minutes). Gnome feels weird and KDE is quite buggy..