Alright /g/, give me one good reason why I should wait for Coffee Lake instead of going out and buying a Ryzen right now.
>And keep the shilling, shitposting, and fanboying out of my god damned thread. I want high quality fact based arguments straight dope here.
There really isn't one. All it's going to be is a more expensive 1600X.
i need advice on coil building
Morning /g/. What are your thoughts on Korn shell? What shell do you like the most?
Is the paperwhite worth £50 more than the base kindle?
Googling the answer seems to be "yes", but there are a shit tonne of shills out there.
I got a Paperwhite as a gift a few years ago. Not sure if there's much difference to the current model.
I much prefer it to the base kindle my mom has (also a fairly old model)
I really like being able to just put the backlight on the lowest level and read in the dark comfortably without straining my eyes (maybe better not to do that in a completely pitch dark room but I have read for hours like that in a very dark room and never had a problem)
Just got my hands on some of these bad boys(some aren't working) some are, any cool project ideas(both hardware and sofware)? Has anyone put linux natively on a PSP?
This site has banned me for no reason. I've been accused of doxxing which happened but I had no part in it.
Hopefully a 4chan member can inflict some revenge on this site for me
I'd be grateful
What should a lifelong Ubuntu user know before going full Fedora?
Do you have any ideas for OOP project that could let me use inheritnace, interfaces and other stuff?
Usually those "/g/ project ideas" have such problems that require only structural programming.
>1950x 16c/32t 3.4base 4.0 boost
>1920x 12c/24t 3.5 base 4.0 boost
>Ryzen 3 coming out on July 27
Could someone explain tape backups to me? I keep reading that they're more portable, have longer shelf life, consume less power, huge storage capacities, etc, but I just don't see how any of that can be true when you can literally unplug a hard drive and set it on a shelf for several years.
They have a have massive storage capacity and are small. They are extremely slow to build from, but understand that a company doing tape backups they for sure have a SAS that they use primarily for backups. Tapes are usually sent off to Iron Mountain or locked in a safe onsite. Building a backup from tapes is like the nuclear option if you need to truly recover from a disaster.
Also big companies don't want to lose any data, and can't possible afford to keep all their data running on a sas, so having tape backups is a good "just in case" measure for accessing some transaction that happened like a decade ago.
It's over Intel is finished.
btw here's the Intel 18 core Xeon which the 18 core Skylake-X one is derived from.
Hoping you can help me out with picking out a new phone /g/. I'm looking to switch to a smaller phone (preferably as close to a 4 inch phone as I can get), but I can't find anything around that size with decent specs to go with it. The only thing I found that seemed like it could be usable (spec wise) was a Samsung Galaxy J1 Prime, but I have never been a fan of their phones/interface. I am using my Google Nexus 6 at the moment, but I have carpal tunnel so having to adjust my wrist to do everything just gets uncomfortable. Plus the thing is unstable as all hell so it is just frustrating to use.
Anything you would recommend, I do have a jailbroken IPhone 5S I was using, but the display stopped working, which I could get repaired easily I'd think since it seems the cable inside the phone just came unplugged. Just debating if I wanna stick with android or not for that.
wat do /ge/
What the fuck does that mean lol
I'm trying to install OSX but it just boots into the UEFI shell
All guides on installing OSX in Virtualbox want you to access the filesystem but I can't access the filesystem for some reason
This does not bode well for Intel.
If somebody knows your IP address what do they know? What country your in? What city? What zip code? Do they know whether you use Comcast, Verizon, etc?
Exactly, they can use your city information and correlate it to the timezone to approximate your availability times. It can be abused to share (false) information while you're unable to reply, knowing your city/country may also lead to your political beliefs and poison you through that. If you have a vulnerable system, or one that runs a server for example, they can deny others from your service through DDoS. But the IP only useful in context. If they can't know you personally, you can usually disclose your IP without much fear. Do note that to connect directly to your PC and network (for web and p2p connections), an IP is pretty much required for a two-way communication, and many systems implement a "middle man" that acts as a proxy to hide your IP. It is generally accepted that sharing your IP address is not considered secure by nature, but that is the only way to communicate with your computer. Try using it for its original purpose and stay safe anon