Would it be a good idea to purposefully make myself fat then loose weight to prove to my sister that she's just lazy?
> 16core/32thread threadripper is similar to an equivalent 16c/32 thread xeon chip. 7900x beats on both of them (((under geek bench)))
I am more interested in the results of other benches. However, it is nice to see it runs like a comparable 16c/32t Xeon.
Thread-ripper definitely has to be priced under $1,000. The $850 price range seems about right or lower.
We already know it's performance just double ryzen and you're done.
Same arch, same process, same speeds. The only minor difference will the the chip config, ir which parts were disabled from epyc
meh, check the sources of their posting and stop being a child.
wccftech = b8 is vocalized by brainlets who don't know how to evaluate information on a per article basis.They're a great aggregator for info that's on the wire and they tend to get it out in a much more timely fashion than others.
> inb4 100 other sites carry the same info and then is deemed legit
>Hardware, ware that is hard
>Software, ware that is soft (should be named soulware)
>Bloatware, software that is bloated
>Spyware, software that spies you
>Freeware, software that is free as in free beer
>Abandonware, software that is abandonned
>Ramsomware, software that you need a ransom for
>Slackware, software that is for slackers
>It really isn't
Why? Why can't it match its name?
/g/, I'm really stuck.
I'm buying a new computer (from Alienware or Dell, I know, I know, but there is a reason behind this)
I've been out of the hardware game so long that I can't make a super informed decision by myself, and I'm having trouble choosing between two systems.
Specs are as follows
Intel I7 7700k
Ryzen 7 1700X
32GB RAM (At 2400mhz)
2 TB 7200RPM + 256GB SSD boot drive
No liquid cooling
Any input would be greatly appreciated, would love to see a discussion of the merits of each.
How can I into cryptography?
I do not have extensive math background and coding background (both mediocre level) - but want to understand this better, at least at a conceptual level.
>starting EE degree in September
>uni teaches C
>an unsafe, out of date language from the 70s
Hey guys for some reason today I turned on my computer and went to youtube and all videos that I click on start with the replay button instead of play and then go straight to play. The problem is they're all stuck on a black screen with the circle wheel loading forever with no end in sight.
Any help here?
you're on the internet and this goldeneye ransomware slaps your OS's ass
what do you do /g/entooman?
is there a more retarded issue on github?
What are some durable earbuds that will last me a while? Over the last few years I've gone through about 3-4 pairs of apple/samsung ones. Every time a wire inside goes bad and I lose sound in 1 or both ears.
>reading a story on a news website
>go to scroll to the bottom or even 3/4 of the way through the story
>it scrolls and autoloads a completely different story instead
stop this fucking shit right now you fucking webdevs
It's an attempt to garner more revenue from extended page view length. Psychological, the infinite scroll causes people to stay on the site and page longer via a little mental trickery resulting in more shekels. Eventually this will fix itself. They'll keep changing fundamental aspects of web design to result in more shekels while pissing off users until they don't have anymore. It's all cyclical.
>“Ruby, Ruby, Ruby, Rubeh! I’ve never been a fan of any particular programming language until I worked with Ruby. It’s such a pleasure to write code with the Ruby language, as it allows you to write the same way as you think. In the end it helps me think better and write better when I’m writing with Ruby,” he proclaimed in an interview with Vulcan Post.
>Some are faster, some more powerful. Yet one day when I’m old and weary, if I still want to code (or write poetry), I think I would do it in Ruby.”
Someone actually use this shit for anything productive?
>Someone actually use this shit for anything productive?
It's my go-to language for my class assignments if any language will do. It's a great general purpose scripting language.
>It’s such a pleasure to write code with the Ruby language, as it allows you to write the same way as you think.
>Not being so intelligent you think in Haskell
What kind of cassette player is the best?
I'm just looking for a reasonably priced one that looks nice, I'm so sick of this shit getting marked up so high because of guardians of the Galaxy
Not sure myself but if you head over to TechMoan's channel on YouTube he's got plenty of recommendations.
You'll want to find one that can play metal (the reel, but I suggest the genre as well. :p) as those have better heads on them normally.
I used a sharp portable cassette player in the 90s. Thing was a champ.
I have this one but in very good condition not scratched up like pic related. Haven't actually used it recently but it worked really well about 15 years ago when I got it for next to nothing. Cassettes are shit though desu it's just nostalgia. I'd rather use my Panasonic MP3-CD portable since it can at least have like 10-20 full albums in good quality on a single CDR, and select albums/tracks digitally unlike tapes which are such a pain in the ass.
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