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PCgamer324

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  1. I am looking for a powered desktop speaker set with a good subwoofer / bass solution. Ideally around the $200 mark. Would like good frequency response where possible, but main goal is solid, powerful bass. I have headphones when I actually want to enjoy the music. 3.5mm input is ideal but I can drive L/R inputs as well. What does LTT recommend?
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    Good Cheap Monitor (~$200 USD)

    What is the popular monitor these days for playing games (60hz, higher would be nice though) at 1080p with decent picture quality? (not doing any color work, just want games to look nice, so probably not TN) Been out of the loop for a few years now...
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    Apacer PT920 Commando pcie nvme ssd

    look familiar?
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    Alienware Area 51 with AMD Threadripper

    Love how the stock cards in the product picture are Tri-SLI GTX 285s.... don't think that's accurate lol
  5. for lower performance apps like photo manipulation and word processing, have you considered WINE? A friend runs microsoft's visualstudio tools using WINE on a Celeron netbook just fine, so performance shouldn't be an issue.
  6. Found this browsing TechReport this afternoon, thought I'd share: From the pictures included in the article, we can observe a few key things about this card. For one, it looks that ~2-8pin PCIe connectors worth of power translates to 13 FP32 TFLOPs. Wonder how this will compare with Nvidia's new Volta's Tesla processors, which IIRC boast 15 TFLOPs per card (drawing unknown wattage, likely 6+8pin) Here are some performance comparisons between Vega and Fury cards: For more details, see the original article here: http://techreport.com/news/31921/radeon-vega-frontier-edition-packs-13-tflops-and-16gb-of-hbm2
  7. This could be great in my Mac Pro 2010 for openCL; good to see Nvidia is still supporting Mac users!
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    oh .. Canada and vibrators

    greetz to renderman for making this happen good to know you're looking out for everyone man
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    Which field of computing is the hardest?

    > "BS scripting" > """""real computer programming""""" so you're one of those people....
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    Remember IBM?

    try TiLP, its actually better than ticonnnect
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    HELp My BladeRF isn't working!?!?! URGENT

    someone??!
  12. I try to run openbts but I get this blinkng light every time. What do i do? i just bought it it was $600 dollars lmao. here is what it looks like now: all I get are those lights nothing on linux when I run openbts PLEASE HELP
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    HELp My BladeRF isn't working!?!?! URGENT

    maybe this is better for the networks section...
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    Things that will piss of techies

    I disagree with 4,5 and more than anything 14 grrrrrrr and 1. 1 is good measure if you're trying to broker an SSL link on a non defaulting webserver
  15. its fine, I just don't think there's a proper DOS / retro community here to give you a good answer
  16. this is a question likely best answered by the people over at http://www.vogons.org
  17. Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/12/19/south_carolina_calls_for_smutfree_pcs/ South Carolina is attempting to crack down on porn accessibility, starting by locking new PCs from viewing porn out of the box: Legislators claim this a non-partisan issue that must be addressed quickly: There is a loophole however in this proposed law; pay $20 to confirm you are "of age" if you want to unlock porn on your new desktop: The Bill Itself (or part of it): as you can see there would be criminal punishments for individuals violation this law by removing the lock... Opinion: this sounds like more social conservatives trying to micromanage citizen's lives while extracting a bit of cash in the meantime. Perfect example of big government at its worst. Update: Reuters has picked up the story: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-south-carolina-pornography-idUSKBN149251?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter
  18. IP based system would mean anyone on behind a NAT with an approved IP would get porn access. The wording of the law says the $20 charge only lifts the ban on one device, so this would have to be hardware or OS based
  19. UPDATE: In response to the proposed law, Pornhub had released user statistics for South Carolinian viewers along with a statement: http://www.pornhub.com/insights/south-carolina
  20. education requirement primarily; too many dense fuckers in congress (just look at crypto discussions like these: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/12/21/encryption_vital_to_us_interests/)
  21. Reuters has picked up the story: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-south-carolina-pornography-idUSKBN149251?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter
  22. this would be a hardware level lock
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