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tab hoarding=disease

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Friendly reminder that tab hoarding is a disease, go see your doctor as soon as possible. You don't need more RAM or anything like that. Just do one thing at a time and concentrate on what you are doing.
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Stop distro-hopping!

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If Satan itself ( with his giant big cock ready to rape your asshole ) said to you: Hey anon-fag, chose a Linux distro and a DE, if you switch you will die of anal bleeding. What would be you distro and DE of choice?
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anyone got some lube ready for our nvidia bros? its going to be a rough month for them again.

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Was Windows XP the peak of operating system aesthetic and function?
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Whats the best cheap/good/aesthetic PC case?

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But what does /g/ even use their computer for?
please explain
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/dpt/ - Daily Programming Thread

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Old thread: >>73849551

What are you working on, /g/?
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Is it just me or is hard drive progress slowing down?
I feel like more effort is being put into developing SSDs and hard drive capacity has been increasing very slowly during the last years.
It's almost 2020, we should be using petabyte drives by now.
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>Motorola begging me to go work for them
>its in a city 150km from here and it would probably mess up my classes
>no idea what to do, go work for them or stay and graduate already
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE stop putting me at crossroads motherfuckers
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

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Assemble a part list
How to build a PC

Want help?
>State budget, location and monitor
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and graphics card pairing (if applicable)

Avoid CPUs of questionable value such as 3800X
>Athlon 3000G - HTPC, web browsing
>R5 2600 - budget gaming and production
>R5 3600 - AMD gaming
>i7 9700K - exclusively gaming
>R7 3700X - great production and 8-core gaming/streaming
>i9 9900K - best gaming, KF model if cheaper and no iGPU needs
>R9 3950X - best non-HEDT production

AM4 mobos:

>Do NOT use a single DIMM. 2 sticks for a typical dual channel CPU, 2x8GB is standard
>CPUs benefit from fast RAM; 3200CL16 recommended, 3600MHz can often be had for around the price. Micron E die and Samsung B die are known to OC well.
>AMD B and X chipsets, Intel Z chipsets support XMP

Also consider features outside of pure FPS, such as power consumption, driver quality, and included game codes
>Used RX570/RX580 - budget 1080p, buy from places with buyer protection
>RX5500(12/12)/1650S - budget 1080p
>GTX1660 Super - standard 1080, look for discounts on Ti models
>RX5700/XT - best price/performance. No blower XTs
>RTX2070 Super - standard 1440p/budget 4k
>RTX2080 Ti - best GPU on the market, but expensive

Case and cooling
>AIOs do not outperform large aircoolers, while open loops cost far beyond the point of diminishing returns
>The smaller your case form factor, the more you compromise


>SSDs speeds up many tasks. Avoid DRAM-less SSDs. 1TB SSDs can often be had for the price of a 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD. E12 based drives like the Sabrent Rocket have gone through changes that affect performance.

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