I just finished it minutes ago
Can i connect a led strip to a PC power supply?
I have a PSU which is powering a 12v car amplifier. If i connect the led strip to the 12v/ground, will it blow up from too much power? Or it draws as much as it needs. I am thinking of the latter, but i need to make sure before i buy the strips.
Now what does /g/ think?
Fuck, i lied to you. This is what i am thinking to buy.
I'f I wanna create a deepweb .onion page for some illegal shit, how do I save data securely in a database? Using mysql sounds kinda retarted and unsecure for deepweb pages.
What alternatives are there? Saving shit in a .txt document in the root directory?
Is there any way i can make my ASUS 580 DirectCU semi-passive?
It's like 10c when idle, which is cold enough that frost forms on cooler parts of the card. Obviously not good.
I can make a custom fan curve in MSI Afterburner, but fan speed never goes below 10% no matter what I set it at
Fingers crossed that my coil whine isn't too bad.
How did I do?
Any other suggestions besides replacing the piece of shit qualcomm kill internal wifi card it comes with? Going to put an Intel 8265.NGWMG Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 in it instead. The intel card is supposed to have better performance and plays nicer with Linux.
I got the 512 gig SSD. Was planning on partitioning it and running windows on 256 gigs, Ubuntu on 128 gigs, and then trying out Arch or Gentoo on the last 128 gigs.
Ubuntu because I don't know linux too well yet, and then Arch/Gentoo to get firsthand experience working with a different side of Linux that's more involved.
Any other suggestions/feedback/flaming?
What are /g/'s thoughts on Unreal Engine 4's Blueprints system?
So, from php, to node.js, html and css. I acquired pretty much all major skills to create a dynamic website, a shop, a file hosting service and all of that shit.
Now, does anyone here have good ideas for a profitable website?
Yes, I'm asking you to give me your potential million dollar ideas for nothing in exchange, exactly. Go ahead.
Okay /g/ shit computer. Broke dude. Help a brother out. What should i be doing on a budget?
>so few swarm discoveries
Hi. I recently bought a new laptop. Inspecting the UEFI to see what cool new tech features this thing has....I came across something called Intel AMT.
I know this is going to sound like a dumb question or proposition but - does Intel's AMT prevent my computer from getting hacked? What is it? In the boot menu it says something about USB Key provisioning, CIRA Timeout, and Console Type. I skimmed the Wikipedia page and I didn't understand much, but I get the feeling that this is meant for business support, so that IT can manage computers better, rather than it being meant for the common user. I can't quite figure out any personal benefit it gives me.
Anyways, if someone would kindly please explain to me what exactly AMT is, I'd be grateful. Thanks!
ps FWIW I purchased a Lenovo T570, in case this helps.
It's an out-of-band management tech.
i.e. botnet for your IT administrator to push updates while it's shut off or wipe the laptop if it ever gets stolen
Also, it probably can be used by NSA to spy on anyone.
Out of band management technology....I assume you mean bands as in wireless frequency bands?
Out of curiosity, how would it even communicate over those bands? I thought the only antennas this computer would have are 802.11 spec, Bluetooth spec, WiGig, and....well, that's it I think. How far do these bands even reach. Like that seems odd to me that it "can be used by the nsa to spy on anyone" because, it's probably gotta travel a far distance to travel to get to a "spy station" and we all know that as distance goes up, data transmitted goes down...
okay i installed os x now what?
My mom's laptop completely shitted itself and cant even take in windows recovery cds without doing a BSOD loop after. So im gonna see if i can install linux mint on it. I dont know anything about linux but it shouldnt be too hard. If this doesnt work though idk, maybe the harddrive is corrupted or something, then what do i do...
Why is Microsoft getting away with spying on literally everything we do?
Why is the mass consumer okay with this? I don't understand, it's such a gross violation of privacy.
When XBone was first being released Microsoft had to do an entire U-turn on their DRM anti-consumer policies. How come they haven't had to do it with Windows 10? Is it mostly ignorance or do most people just not care?
>Why is Microsoft getting away with spying on literally everything we do?
because "le nothing to hide" normalfags
>Why is the mass consumer okay with this?
because they don't have anything to hide
Proof you're a kid.
When you buy a house and within the first month you get a million "buy our warranty" letters, then come talk to me about information selling etc. There arent enough people in the United States to spy on even 50 million people, let alone caring about your anime. You signed the EULA. Shut the fuck up.
768p vs 576p for a 2500 bitrate, 768p looks great when not moving, looks about 540p when moving, 576p pretty much stays consistantly at perceived 576p, I can't decide, choose for me.
Or 768p at 6000 lol, just dont want to lose out on viewers while im not yet affiliated