I make minimum wage and use Linux everyday on my handheld at Walmart. What's your excuse?
I recently upgraded my PC. Before on my old setup, I was having trouble running some games (Arma 3, Dayz on low-normal settings, R6 on low, ect) So I upgraded. I purchased: MSI GTX 1060 6GB I5-6600k 8gb DDR4 Ram 700 watt PSU And finally a MSI Z170A gaming M5
My old parts were: GTX 750ti, AMD-fx6100, 4gb ram, and a ASUS motherboard
But i've ran into a problem. Im experiencing poorer performance from the new parts even though they are a lot better. Games are choppy and response time on my desktop is OK.
Ive tried updating drivers and such but no hope! pls help
>no /g/uts thread
Pacman did it again
-Syu is not your friend THX
>in b4 im a Faggot and should know how to fix an update that breaks the system
Source Mage doesn't have this problem.
post pink technology
not faggy black/silver/white/whatever, only cute pink allowed
I usually hate pink technology, but the rose gold aluminum on the iPhone looks nice.
Smartphone tinkerers assemble!
Just finished rooting and installing a Debian subsystem (chroot in an img file) on my new Moto G5+
is this the new screenfetch thread
CS or IT degree
Post god-tier hardware
yeah thx for beta testing
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>retards not realizing he is talking about floors that will produce energy
I've got a conspiracy theory, and I am not too sure about how realistic it is so hear me out.
I have bluetooth headphones. When walking around in the city, sometimes they drop out when walking past CCTV cameras, owned by the government. This could be caused only by one thing; heavy traffic on the 2.4ghz spectrum. Now either the cameras are transmitting their feed over wifi or bluetooth, or something more sinister is happening.
My theory is that the government is using bluetooth tracking in heavy populated places to connect your phones bluetooth MAC address to your face. This is no doubt far better than facial recognition, and is much more subtle than CCTV cameras.
The technology obviously exists, but do you think that the government is using it? I thought you could only view nearby bluetooth devices if they were pairing with a device? Or could you sniff the packets and find the MAC address of the sender and receiver?
WTF is this microsoft
Why are Microsoft shilling their cloud services so hard? Are they not doing very well? Doesn't Microsoft have more money than they know what to do with? Why are they burning bridges with their customers by forcing ads on to people when they don't even need to?
Is technology going to eslave us someday?
Take a look around you. It already has. Everyone is a narcissistic piece of shit that creates a fake personality on social media for likes and views. Everyone has a smartphone to keep track of it all. Computers have gone from tools to toys.
What does /g/ think of the Budgie desktop environment? I just tried it out and it's pretty fantastic, and I'm considering switching to it from XFCE on most of my stuff. It has a lot of features, a beautiful and consistent design, and it's blazing fast on a laptop from 2006. I highly recommend trying it.
Please like and share my blog post.
It's just a slightly tweaked version of Gnome, though. In fact, I used it for a week and just switched back to Gnome, because Budgie manages to waste even more space than Gnome does.
Zorin works great for me and it uses a modified version of Gnome 3. Nobody else seems to talk about it though
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How close are we to realistically speaking this is possible?
We have all sorts of VR now that we could make a program that reads the cards properly which is one of the reasons why they have a code on the bottom of the card.
So building a duel disk to read them, would it be that hard? I can't really see holograms being useable like this yet, but from everything I've seen being talked about, 3D is getting pretty good but not like this.
Would it be possible with Something like Samsung glasses?
What does /g/ think?