Vega 56 is fine.
Vega 64 is shit.
They're both overpriced like every GPU on the market currently.
Wait for Navi and Volta in late 2018.
>draw much more power than 1080 and the 1070
IT'S OVER AMD IS FINISHED AND BANKRUPT
>sold out on release day
I know shit about computers and just bought this laptop for 510 dollars.
I'm only gonna use it for school related stuff which includes word etc. and stream tv and movies online.
Should I get something else or is this fine?
AMD e2 -9000e Dual core Processor
4 GB RAM
500 GB harddisc
17,3" HD+ anti-reflect screen
AMD Radeon R2 grafic card
WiFi.N & Bluetooth 4.0
2 x USB 3.1, 1 x USB 2.0 & 1 x HDMI
>firefox 55 x64
>one night with 10 tabs open
Firefox is using less memory, they said.
Does anyone knows what "unused-gc-things" is and why is accumulating so much shit?
Is it garbage collector? Why is not being erased? Even clicking on "free memory from GC" in about:memory does nothing.
Can be something in my about:config?
This is why I switched to chrome like 4 years ago. Firefox had perpetual memory leaks that seemingly everyone would claim didn't exist (or were somehow my fault lol) and after a full day of browsing it would start taking up around 4GB of memory and 30%+ CPU until crashing. After restarting from the crash, it would work well until the usual timeframe passed again, rinse and repeat.
If that shit is still going on, I'll never go back even though I really want to stop using chrome.
Why do things run great on Intel CPUs?
>I'm currently rocking a daily driver with really intuitive UI and apps as I need it in my Feminist raw vegan muslim startup where we create apps for iOS using Ruby on Rails using Gamer hardware for streamlined productivity and while I'm an assertive CEO our company really aims to be the most accepting and non biased company ever.
> No cornball intro music
> No theatrics
> No 4k idiocy
In-depth performance review on compute/vidya (Linux)
>It's phenomenal seeing the open-source driver support one day-one and that for Linux OpenGL games the performance even surpasses AMDGPU-PRO. This Vega launch is easily the most successful discrete GPU launch ever where it's backed by fully-open drivers.
Try reading the article next time
How long until genetic (re)engineering and the use of nanobots are able to replicate scenarios like the one shown in the following video
facial reconstruction etc
also fuck everyone and anyone that stands in the way of advancements because of "muh morals much ethics much man in the sky muh chillren in africa"
No thread? Did this just launch a few minutes ago?
>Extremely high power draw
>Lots of fan noise
>Coil noise at high FPS
>Fan does not stop in idle
I am currently using Debian, just coming from Arch:
and that's it. That's the only advantage arch has, and it isn't that superb. It's good, yes, but not long miles distant from the others.
the downside is that arch is a ricing-magnet. You'll probably spend less time doing what should be done and more time making it look neat because arch is the ricer's choice and you have to resiste greatly in order not to be swallowed by the eggregore.
>Google goes into Apple
You fucking faggot
They copy their style because when people text each other the emojis appear different on every phone so they copied them so they don't need to make another different design that will confuse their users
Here's a demonstration of just that
>tfw I spent all my life dreaming of working at google and admiring the company
>tfw just before I am ready to apply for a job there, it turns out that they fire people for le wrong opinions and are completely overrun by sjws
what's a genuinely good place to work at?
somewhere outside of the US where the American """culture""" hasn't infected.
If you want help:
>Assemble parts list
>State the budget for your build (and country if not USA)
>List games/software you use often, as well as your monitor resolution + refresh rate
>Clarify your goal for build improvements: lower price or improved specs?
How to assemble a PC, select components & more (outdated)
No i5 unless discounted
>G4560 - poverty-tier builds
>R3 1200 - Budget builds (<$500)
>R3 1300x - Good stop-gap between the 1500x and the 1200, only get a 1400 if you absolutely need multithreading
>R5 1500x - Good but up to 1600 if you can
>R5 1600 - Best value for higher fps gaming / mixed usage; 1600x if you want higher stock clocks
>R7/Used Xeon/Threadripper - Compute/Multitask/VM/mixed use; Not for just gaming
Coin miners have driven price up and stock down, waiting to buy a GPU might be wiser
>Integrated CPU Graphics - Desktop stuff and very light games
>GTX 1050(Ti) - Lower end budget cards, drop settings on newer games, RX560 beaten by both
>RX570 - [email protected]~hz maxed, running most maxed older games at 100~Hz
>RX580 and GTX1060 6GB - [email protected] maxed, [email protected] at lower settings; RX580 better in newer games
>GTX 1070 - [email protected] /[email protected] at high
>GTX 1080 - [email protected] / [email protected] maxed, [email protected] in a few games; Probably the highest end card you need for 1080p/1440p
>GTX 1080Ti - [email protected] and [email protected] maxed/high in many games
>Check your Mobo QVL before buying any RAM
>Ryzen CPUs benefits a lot from high speed RAM
ALWAYS LOOK AT PRODUCT REVIEWS!
Always consider an SSD. Try buying a large SSD for what you'd pay for your SSD+HDD combined, and add a HDD later
NVMe SSDs aren't for a faster OS boot, they're for productivity/scratch disk/VMs. NVMe and M.2 are not the same thing, M.2 is a form factor.
The Ryzen lineup comes with surprisingly good stock coolers. consider using them over any <$30 cooler.
What do you think?
>they won't bring back the global menu
What would you pick?
I have an offer from a very well known company that would make my CV look impressive and offer great training. However the commute is long and I know I'd leave eventually. If I were to join it would only be to put it on my CV and being able to show off.
I also have offers from remote companies. Remote is my ultimate dream as I fucking hate commuting and in-person workplace culture. I also want to be free to travel and my colleagues would be likeminded. However, it's a startup and they're more likely to fail or kick me out. As a junior dev, training probably wouldn't be as extensive, or nonexistent. I worked for a startup a few months ago and it ended awfully.
What would you do, /g/?
>world renowned company, lots of training and less likely of being replaced or kicked out as a junior dev
>remote company, no commute and free to travel extensively. Ultimate dream, but more risky and less training.
as someone who faces this issue daily i must with a heavy heart say wagecuck. just do everything you can to make it as painless as possible by reducing commute times and have 1 day of work from home