I'd bsd better than loonix?
>made by a small team of highly educated intellectuals
>truly free licence
>no as bloated
>neat compared to Linux
Can I join google yet?
I no longer have to waste time browsing this shitty place, I can just get right to the point
GUTEN TAG G!
Now that I have your attention...
My Mouse Just broke (pic related) and I need a new one. I tried to just get a new G600, since I was very happy with it... But whaddup with those prices? 100 Bucks and up...
Anybody got a recommendation for a good replacement? Thanks senpai
Will this programming language change the world by making systems programming accessible to the masses?
Some anon posted the name of a version of windows 10 without any bloatware and spyware but I forgot the name
>computer science is a low prestige job
>you will always be a 'nerd'
>lawyer, doctor, finance, architecture etc are high prestige job
>unless you jackpot a startup and have millions at which point the vultures will circle around you
>there are no female programmers worth shit so you have no chance of connecting with another person on a spiritual level
Admit it, being an INTx is a terrible fate. You will never find happiness no matter how many solutions to random problems you can find.
You're forgetting about project managers, faggot
>first page when searching "4chan cli client"
>first page when searching "reddit cli client"
>alienfeed, creddit, reddit-cli, cortex, reddit::client, rtv
What went wrong?
I just bought this cooler from corsair, H115i.
But the fans that come with it are pieces of that that make a lot of noise if they go over 1900rpm.
Any recommendations for fans to replace them?
I was thinking Noctua's, but not sure which.
The cooler is to cool my new i9-7900X
inb4 >house fires
The fans are 120mm.
Any pressure fan.
The ones that come with it aren't even that bad once you put some insulation between the fan and radiator, it's dumb to let air escape. Then they can run at much lower RPM and do much better work.
Is Asp.net Core ready for production?
Super easy. Not as much documentation ATM though.
The 7700K has much better frame rates than Intel's own, new 6 core.
The 7800X has a rather substantial L3 cache compared to the quad core. But it's so called victim cache, just like AMD has in in their Ryzen architecture.
Do we now see a clear correlation between victim cache and game performance? Or am I just finding patterns and there's no reason to think there's any causation?
Question: Can my ISP see the website address I'm visiting if it's HTTPS?
It could be worse.
Imagine what would happen if Intel was more expensive, had less memory channels and I/O and used more power?
They wouldn't have any way to compete with AMD!
After looking at the number of people who really do not fully understand the entire architecture and workloads and thinking that AMD Naples is superior because it has more cores, pci lanes etc is surprising.
AMD made a 32 core server by gluing four 8core desktop dies whereas Intel has a single die balanced datacenter specific architecture which offers more perf if you make the entire Rack comparison. It's not the no of cores its the entire Rack which matters.
Intel cores are superior than AMD so a 28 core xeon is equal to ~40 cores if you compare again Ryzen core so this whole 28core vs 32core is a marketing trick. Everyone thinks Intel is expensive but if you go by performance per dollar Intel has a cheaper option at every price point to match Naples without compromising perf/dollar.
Because of lack of gtx 1060's i'm looking for a cheap alternative to play 1080p games. I can get my hands on a used gigabyte r9 270x 4gb at a price of 142 dollars (125 euro). Is this a good deal?
Alright, newfag here and I'm wondering what are the benefits to using linux over windows? It seems a lot less convenient, especially for gaming. Just curious. (pic unrelated)
Then clearly you havent plaid a lot of games. Imagine all the games you play on windows or used to play on windows that are no longer even in circulation and now imagine all of that for free.