What's the most cost-effective way of bringing multiple devices online in a room without hardwire connection?
I Hate windows so much and I love Linux but the only hobby that I enjoy is playing CSGO and League of Legends with my normie friends.
My hardware is an R9 390 and an i5-4690K. I want to do GPU passthrough but my hardware does not support it. Even I it did I don't have a KVM or a second mouse
To do it the comfy way. I only make 320$ a week and spending all my savings on a new PC seems like a waste of money at the moment. What do? I want to be free of the botnet.
Currently Installing windows for the 100th time because shit is laggy and I want to put it on an SSD so things run smoother.
If CSGO and league of legends are really the only games you play then you don't need GPU passthrough. CSGO has a native linux version and league has a gold rating in the wine appdb.
Hello I'm an old washed up 10+ year 4 chan veteran and I know this board usually has some good people lurking for a good thread. Lets make this a thread for everything bitcoin mining related. As far as I know its legal but I am a n00b
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So To is planning on altering the source code of their new clients to be able to track users and sites because they want to ban hate speech? How is Tor different from the fucking clear net again?
Does /g/ like my new laptop?
It seems like the progress is stalling.
Very few new models of home Wi-Fi routers have been introduced this year, and all the new models are focused on signal repeating and network meshing being enabled right out of the box and are sold in a package of 2 to 4 routers (that are already paired with each other).
It seems networking gear manufacturers have given up on trying to increase the maximum data transfer throughput or shoving more NAS features into the routers.
Pretty much. It's good enough for Americans' shitty broadband infrastructure and people are putting more traffic on mobile networks anyway.
I honestly wouldn't mind if cellular data does to home internet what cellular phones did to landlines. Maybe I should post that in the "hopes for 2020" thread.
only 2.5 yrs left.. im hoping for smartphones that dont need to be charged everyday or ww3.
When it comes down to it ebay is still the best place to buy stuff. Look at the alternatives
ebay is cheaper and has a wider variety of stuff
amazon is evil, and ebay is the same price
kinda sketchy a lot of the time, no recourse if something goes wrong
>>buying stolen hardware, also no recourse and prices are all over the place
Ebay is usually the cheapest, and there are well established systems for the buyer and seller that protect them (usually favoring the buyer, but if you're a careful and honest seller you won't get screwed too often)
fuck these american tech companies that sell marked-up chink shit.
go to the source!
dhgate (this one is great because they don't remove fakes)
for used shit, craigslist and kijiji... no fees, no tax, cash only.
>Headphone purchase advice:
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
Previous thread: >>61968381
What's the second most anime headphone behind the AKG K701?
>Torrent just goes out
>Immediately start downloading it
>Internet goes kaput
>*switches to neighbor's wifi*
>can't even get a local ip from him
>try mine and its the same shit
>unplug the adapter and plug it back in again
>1 minute later it dies again
>rince and repeat
>working ever since
Did a torrent just kill my wireless adapter or was it coincidence? WTF
If it was your wireless adapter, it could have been bad hardware or driver. Likely if the adapter has a Realtek chipset.
Guesses: Torrents might cause high load for routers because they connect to a lot of IPs? Signal strength too weak to properly connect to neighbor's network?
its a tp-link wn822n
it has shit drivers. The ones that came in the package crashed the computer while installing them and on other occasions. I completely removed them and got the ones from their website and it has been working ever since.
I find it weird though how a bad driver can fuck you once a year at a completely random time and it may or may not happen again
I looked up the event viewer.
Turns out its a problem with ICS that causes the same error at random a few times a week so i disabled the service. I had turned it on 3 days ago because a friend visited. Other than that there were 0 system errors.
Just sharing in case anyons bothers. You should really disable the ICS service.
Literally why would anyone get a non-Surface tablet?
>click on captcha squares
>squares fade and a new ones appear
>can't solve the captcha
Great """"technology"""" Google. I'm so impressed!
>legacy captcha enabled
>"le high tech captcha" is still requrired when posting threads.
But I'm not even complaining that I can't shitpost.
I'm complaining because I just wanted to reset password on a website which required me to solve captcha. And I literally wasted 20min on this bullshit.
my computer tower is in a pretty tight spot so it's annoying to pull out when I need to plug something in the back or clean.
what can I stick underneath the tower so it can slide in and out of the tower slot of my desk easier.
the rubber feet pads are very grippy but I don't want to remove them incase I ever change my mind
Videos that start your brain engines:
How do I cleanse Chrome of all of Goolags tracking bullshit?
I like the browser but fuck I just looked at my "activity" via:
This shit is not acceptable.