What happened to the AMD bundle deals?
Are they still a thing?
How much money could you save
Sell your intel stocks.
So glad I'm an AMD boy.
Gee I wonder why a company ran by beancounters investing heavily into degeneracy and faggots would do this!
Is this any good?
ITT: we trigger AMD niggers
B A S E D
Just bought a gaming computer for the first time.
I immediately bought and installed dark souls, and soon after installed DSfix. I turned on 60fps and experienced screen tearing like no other. I already attempted to force vsync on, but the tearing remained. Any solutions?
Alright /g/, i want to upgrade from my 960 gtx, its done me pretty good for the past few years but i want something a little beefier yet. What would you guys recommend as an upgrade that wont tear another hole in my credit rating?
Pic is current card.
self bump because i really want help
I went from a GTX960 to a GTX1060. It was a pretty decent upgrade, for the most part it's anywhere from 50-100% faster. I'm not a hardcore gamer who plays the latest FPS games though. The most demanding game I play is Dirt 4 and it's brilliant on this card.
rate my build
>mfw somehow my IP is on skype IP grabber when i type in my skype log in
What other imageboards are out there which let me have my own board without paying for it?
Alternatively what other websites let me have some sort of control over my own threads?
I've been burned by ATI/AMD a lot of times, but cheap Radeon HD 7970 cards are super tempting as an upgrade from my GTX 570. Is AMD still as shitty as it used to be, and is the Linux driver okay now?
Just wait for 1180 Ti and get a Ryzen with it.
a professor from the university of bonn who has studied p vs np for the past 10 years has posted a proof that P != NP
What does /g/ think of Linux from Scratch? Does anyone here even use it?
Never used it but it seems like an interesting project for people who want to know Linux as thoroughly as possible. Or just to experience what it's like to start at the literal first step.
Doesn't seem like something most would actually benefit from doing, though.
Source Mage GNU/Linux is basically lfs with a package manager >>61907876
Does it get comfier than this? (With Xfce of course)