>The new Volta SM is 50% more energy efficient than the previous generation Pascal design, enabling major boosts in FP32 and FP64 performance in the same power envelope.
THANK YOU BASED NVIDIA
>over a gorrilian vega slide threads
>everyone is quite as fuck about intel leaving american manufacturing and having a new fuck up every single day
gee i wonder why this is
So, I am currently planning a build, and I need a good balance between gaming performance and rendering performance.
I was previously going to go with the 1920x from AMD but the 7820x from intel is cheaper, runs a bit cooler, and has better gaming performance, so, I am going with that.
Anyways, I have heard that the Intel x299 platform has recently been having motherboard VRM issues. I hope to overclock within the range of 4.3ghz to 4.8ghz.
Should I use a monoblock to cool my motherboard, or use a regular CPU water block?
>runs a bit cooler
no it doesn't.
>tfw you've become so knowledgeable in programming that you can filter out all of the retarded /g/ recommendations and uninformed opinions
Onions on NetBeans?
Someone recommend a cheap dap.
Not fiio and not ipods.
should I get a 7700 or wait for coffee lake and spend like $130 for a new mobo that I can use coffee lake for instead of using my current mobo
hi, non westerner here.
Do you fa/g/gots actually pay for softwares like Photoshop and Windows? LOL
What about music?
>Intelshit doesn't even get close
What the fuck intel? how come AMD is cheaper AND better?!
find the mistake
>AMD Vega 10 GPU Marketing Image For WWDC17 Was Not A Die Shot – No Info on Die Size Available, First Gaming Cards Still Months Away From Launch
wew lad... seems power corrupts. only a matter of time before AMD resorts to shady tactics like Intel.
what kind of headphones does etika use
So you know how HDDs and SSDs can't retain data indefinitely? I'm wondering if there is something I can buy or build that automatically refreshes/remagnetises the data on a HDD periodically so it's always as if it's just been written to the drive. Possible or no?
Sure: set two hard drives up as mirrors of each other (but NOT as a RAID) and set up a cron job to copy the entire contents of one to the other and alternate which is to and which is from. Set it to run daily or weekly or monthly or whatever you like.
Honestly though, it's a waste of time and effort. It'd take quite a few years of a drive being inactive for the magnetisation of disk sectors fading to being unreadable to become anywhere near likely enough to worry about. Besides, if you're regularly backing up to another medium (which you are anyway, if you're as concerned about data integrity as the question implies), it's not a problem at all.
>take ROM from a phone with very similar specs, e.g same SoC, RAM, resolution, etc
>Take kernel from stock ROM on my phone and apply it to the ROM
>Flash to my phone
Will that work?
Will it brick my phone?
What will happen?
Could someone please explain this to me? I'm not tech literate and I won't pretend to be, I'm just curious on the easiest way to port ROMs.
Why is Windows Media Center so comfy?