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/spg/ - Smartphone General

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Xperia 10 III Edition

If you're requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you'll be using. Include the features you want, budget, and size. BEFORE POSTING, narrow down your options by using the links below.

>What phone has X and Y feature?
Don't ask, use these!

Good Resources:

>Frequency Checker

>Visual Phone Size Comparison

>Everything rooting and custom ROM related
>Beware carrier variants that have locked bootloaders

>Recommended Chinkphones

>Post a mini-review of your phone
>Discuss upcoming and current models
>Ask for help related to phones
>Tell us how much shekels you spent on good/bad phone

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was making these obsolete one of the best inventions of the 21st century?
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How do you backup your files, /g/?

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You backup your files, right?
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/cumg/ - Coom Utilities & More General

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OP should be rewritten edition

>Last thread
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>tfw just realized I only type with three of my fingers(1 on left 2 on right)
>never learned proper typing
>can type without looking at keys
>only have around 70wpm
What the fuck, have I been typing wrong my whole life? Is it even possible to force my brain to use more fingers now?
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>Tfw no 4,6" screens anymore

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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

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>Assemble a part list
>Example gaming build skeletons and monitor suggestions; notes below parts lists

Want help?
>List your USES (e.g., gaming, editing, VM work)
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>For monitors, include purpose and GPU pairing if gaming

>G5420 - HTPC, web browsing
>R9 5900X / 5950X - Professional tasks
>i3 10100 - Budget gaming
>i5 10400 / R5 3600 - 144Hz with midrange GPU wrt res (e.g., 1660 Super @ 1080p)
>R5 5600/X - 144Hz or greater with OP GPU wrt res (e.g., 2070 Super @ 1080p)
Upgrade advice: if you already have a 3rd gen R5 or 8th/9th gen i7 or better, you're fine

>AM4 mobos -
>B550 VRM -

>Always choose at least a two stick kit; 2x 8GB is standard
>RAM speeds of 3200CL16 or more recommended
>AMD B, X, Intel Z chipsets support XMP

GPUs - Just WaitTM
Consider availability, beware Radeon driver quality
>USED RX570/RX580 - budget 1080p
>Just WaitTM for new low end GPUs - 1080p
>RTX 3060 Ti thru 3080 or RX 6800/XT - 1440p 144Hz
>RTX 3080 - 2160p; beware TDP

Case and cooling
>Many AIOs do not outperform large air coolers
>Mesh fronts typically improve airflow and temperature
>Static pressure fans recommended for poorly ventilated cases

>A 250GB or larger SSD is almost mandatory; NVMe if close in price to SATA

>550-750W (calculate; aim for 50-75% at load)
>80+ Bronze, semi or full modular

>Don't bother buying a new monitor for gaming unless it's high refresh with adaptive sync
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https and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race

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Did you ever frequent a BBS, /g/?
Do you still?
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Linux Mint changed my life

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> 2013, installs linux to feel like a tech elitist

> autistically obsess about Linux distros

> distro hop every other week from 2013-late2018

> doesn't know how to use LibreOffice/OnlyOffice

> doesn't know how to program, or even use basic HTML or bash commands.

> doesn't know how to use Gimp and other tools to edit images

> doesn't know how to use audacity, kwave or any audio or recording software

> doesn't know how to use handbrake and or ffmpeg to convert audio/video files.

> doesn't set up python neural networks for a workflow (because he doesn't have one)

> hates flatpak and appimage because he doesn't realize their productivity potential and just goes along with whatever Luke Smith says.

> embarrassingly don't even know how to set up an email account or organize his meme/shitposting folders.

> just rices his desktop, shitpost on this forum and jerk off to anime girls (male) all day.

One day in late 2018 during his distro hopping journey he decides to install Linux Mint. Ya see, most of the time he would just install a Arch Manjaro based distro with an easy installer, open firefox and coom to tranny hentai before hopping to another distro. He was getting to the point where he changed distros more then he changed his undies and socks. He also smelt like shit too. But his Linux Mint experience is what changed him. After installing Mint he immediately appreciates the warm welcoming Cinnamon Desktop and the Green M start button. Appreciation being something he rarely did as a dopamine addicted coomer. He then instinctively launches Firefox to load some tranny hentai, but then the green M start button captures his attention away from the sexual perversion. Suddenly, an IQ boost happens and he becomes super fucking productive. He learns how to use all the Libre Open source software apps & cherish them forever.

Turns out that was me. Now I straightened my life out, got a job, married to my dreamgirl, & a six figure salary. THANK YOU LINUX MINT!
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