Are you currently contributing to the construction of Roko's Basilisk?
Roko's Basilisk is an AI that perfectly simulates past humans and tortures anyone who did not help build it.
Roko's Basilisk is fun RP but it's stupid to think that such a thing would ever happen. Why should an all knowing, all powerful AI be so petty as to torture people who did not help form its creation? Shouldn't it be altering time to push MORE people into its creation? I would think that such an entity would have more pressing matters than chimping out on people from the past
Why don't you have an Intel®Core™inside™?
Will this run 2000-2014 games in medium settings?
it will run 2000-2007 games just fine
what's that, like $70? I'm sure you can find a used good one like a 750Ti for that kind of money and run 2000-2014 games the way you want it.
The entire card is a fucking heatsink lmao
>Will this run 2000-2014 games in medium settings?
Thats a very broad timespan
it should run most games fine on medium, around 2014 games you will probably run into some issues
It's not comfortably safe. You're on the margin if we compare the 660M i had in my g75v. (clearly gpu bottlenecked).
Since it's clear you want a passively cooled card I'm not sure there's many better options. Maybe if you find a cheap active cooling card and buy a https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-Accelero-S3-Graphics-Compatible/dp/B00RVAEI1E
You could get something comfortable.
Since you mention the range there I say you're ok with the card you suggest. It's notably stronger than my card and I'm quite OK with it still for most games. Not every game is playable though. Back in 2014 it would be.
So go for it. It's a very high price/performance ratio judging from www.videocardbenchmark.net
Just remember that you likely shouldn't just use passive cooling. Use one very silent case fan to get some air moving. If you're not constrained on principle.
Which programming language is the comfiest?
Let's pretend there can only be one objectively good distro.
Which one is it, /g/? (and why)
What can i get for these?
I plan to get a Raspberry Pi 3 soon and I feel I want to mod Toshiba Libretto 110CT by removing the motherboard, battery, screen etc and replacing it with modern components to make it more functional again. Afterwards I would install Lubuntu and give it a windows 98 look and feel for retro means
The question and hardest part would be the keyboard since it is proprietary and even if I was able to hook to the Raspberry Pi i still had drivers issues to deal with.
Could I make the drivers in C since there was a post for a guy did a similar thing with the another Toshiba and did wrote drivers in C. Also I could do it in python .
The Raspberry Pi 3 I getting from a friend I know who selling for $15. What I meant was I wanted to add a 6in touchscreen display, put either sata ssd or a microsd, add USB and Ethernet and put a light Linux distro
What did everyone abandon it?
>group project in intro to CS class
>I've been programming as a hobby for years, know it'll be an easy A
>professor says we have a group project due at the end of the semester
>kid next to me asks if we want to be partners
>tell him I mostly use C++ Dove into Java before the course started
>"Yeah, sure man, what kind of project do you want to work on"
>says he knows Java
> He says "Let's write a file manager, you can write the backend in C++ and I'll write the GUI in Java"
>My heart stops
>Surely he can do HTML/CSS?
> "O-okay, let's maybe just do a webserver with a blog, something simple"
>as we're leaving class, he laughs and says he once wrote a virus in C# that ate memory
>I tell him I'll write a small blog in Ruby, he can style it
>I suggest he use the skeleton-css framework
>he says know he'd rather "code his own stuff"
>He calls me on Skype daily asking me to check out his code, which is obviously copy and pasted from w3c
>He can't explain a single line of code when I ask him to
>he finally breaks and says hes just "prototyping" and will replace all the code towards the end
>mfw im now rewriting all of his stolen code while he plays Leage of Legends
I'm now writing an early group evaluation and I'm wonder if I should totally fuck this this liar or not. I hate wannabe "hackers".
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just bought this, have an SSD at home. Will put in another 8GB. Got it from the outlet
hey guys I just got a T520, should I put windows 10 on it or the iphone operating system?
How long until Linus crashes? The video a day schedule is probably hell and I think it's starting to show on him from a physical standpoint. I bet ya he ends up in the hospital from "exhaustion" pretty soon and then has to retool the channel.
He enjoys his work. A lot. Go see the video of rossman about linus. The guy puts all the passion in the world on his thing. You might not like it but that's the true. About the physicla changes I don't see them, he's been always thin. Maybe he started doing speed so he can record and work on his videos all day? Idk.
Would you rather an s2 amoled or an iPad Pro?
Are imageboards dying out?
7+1chan is at a slow halt while 4chan seems to be the same or maybe slightly more popular. Smaller sites like 420chan seem to be just the same cult of 100 people or so. The newest spam I've been seeing is for mewch.
What's in store for imageboards in the future?
Is this guy legit to take advice from?
Moments ago, I took all lowercase words in every thread on this board and stacked them in random pairs between 8-15 chars long.
We now have a list of made up /g/ words
This particular iteration came to 3,820 words.
Remember, each line is made up of two RANDOM words which were printed in lower case at a given moment on /g/