Hello all need some help want to upgrade my PC ... have 600-700€ and i want to play game if possible record videos and edit .. what you recommend?
/g/, I'm willing to finally upgrade my TV to get a 4K one, I've found that for what I can spend there are 3 valid options
The Samsung KS8000
The Sony X800E
The LG OLED C6V
Between the first 2, basically the only difference is that the Samsung has a true 10Bit panel while the Sony has a technology that mimics 14Bit (or something like that) and possibly the Sony has a better video processing (clearer images). But I don't really know which one is truly better.
Now, I've also found for about the same price the LG, which is an OLED but of last years generation (if I stand correct). I just wanted to know if OLEDs are just a meme, if the fact that their brightness level is shit compared to LEDs is a problem (I would keep it in my bedroom) or if I should just buy the LG as OLED has better blacks and all that shit (also the LG has a 10Bit panel too). The only problem is that it's curved. Now, while I know it's a meme, it is also one of the least expensive OLEDs I found, is curve actually worse or indifferent/depends on the preference?
Thank you for helping a poor uni student not to waste money
How you handling the summer temps? Using an air conditioner?
installgentoo webirc isnt loading
is the ftp still a thing? and if so, what's the pw
if no, then WHY
how to clean the fabric if there is dirt in between?
it is slightly visible ca in themiddle of pic related
Why is F# bad, and what should I use instead?
Mono sucks and the .NET core support is still lacking. The build pipeline for these .NET languages really sucks too. Messing around with shitty XML and SLN files is annoying as fuck and should have been fixed years ago. It actually manages to make Gradle and SBT look good.
Reminder folks, microcode/firmware makes all the difference.
What I think is happening here, AMD is tweaking their internal scheduler to keep as much work in a CCX as possible before hopping to another, EPYC is at its most powerful when a task can be split apart per 8MB slice of cache.
>tweaking their internal scheduler
the only "internal scheduling" on a CPU is tunable microcode decoding within a core and balancing resources between SMT threads differently.
everything else they control is outside the realm of scheduling, like mapping physical address spaces to caches differently or tuning IF bus behavior.
what you're talking about (high level task scheduling) is purely under OS control.
Stupid Questions Thread.
You guys have helped me and i need help from my fellow anon again.
Lets say in a fictional world, I have access to a server that controls gambling games. Specifically how should I modify the program so that the house can win 10k in 2 weeks?
Just realized the ground on my sub amp has come loose. I could smell burning as I was driving and checked my trunk as soon as I could.
How should I go about reconnecting it? Is it safe to do it while the amp is still connected to the battery? Is it unsafe to disconnect the power while ungrounded?
Is this worth the price
"THIS IS REALLY ABOUT ME!"
Also, hypocrisy much?
Slack allows to change settings of the 2FA without being asked for a code, provided a session is active. How do you feel about this? Do you consider it an acceptable practice? Personally, I think it weakens 2FA a lot. You wouldn't allow to change a password without asking for it, only because a session is active. Why doing it different on 2FA codes? I'm curious to hear some opinions
Youtube Center and Youtube + are dead.
Are there any good replacements?
So let's assume I wanna build a pc inna briefcase for shits and giggles, what do I go for in terms of screen?
Do I get a small desktop monitor and remove the casing or is it easier to cannibalise a laptop?