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DanishPsychoBoy

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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    I have found these LambdaLabs Tensorbooks, what would your opinion be on those? https://lambdalabs.com/deep-learning/laptops/tensorbook
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    Disassembly of Sony WI-SP500's

    Yeah, that was my fear as well, although there doesn't seem to be a reason to want to take them apart. They started working normally again. Guess they just needed to dry out properly.
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    Disassembly of Sony WI-SP500's

    Hi So, recently I accidentally forgot my Sony WI-SP500's in a pocket, and they got thrown in the washer, and dryer, they somewhat survived, but only the left earbud now works. I was wondering if anyone knew how to disassemble them, or know of a guide to do so? I would like to see if they are fixable or not. Pictured below is the type of earphones in question. Best regards Jonas P.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    I did consider this for a while, looked at some refurbished laptops, but ended up with the conclusion that I would rather have a laptop that might be a bit more expensive but last me longer, rather having a used laptop for a bit, and having to upgrade, essentially buying two laptops. Plus, I plan on studying what; in Denmark, is known as Electronics & IT, electrical engineering might be the closest English translation, where programming is one of the subjects.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    The installed RAM is single-channel. I was wondering if there are two channels, sorry for the bad wording of my previous comment.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    The Dell G5 15 with 16GB Ram, and the 2060 seems like a very attractive option, the only thing that is really off-putting; at least for me, is that it doesn't state if there is dual-channel memory, or single-channel memory. Will have to wait and see how the 2060 deals with larger programming tasks.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    Some of the different stores in Denmark. Also, the Danish word for laptop is ''bærbar''. - https://www.proshop.dk/ - https://www.komplett.dk/ - https://www.elgiganten.dk/ - https://www.dustinhome.dk/ - https://cdon.dk/ And no, I don't really have a preferred weight, nor battery life.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    Well, I am Denmark, and would prefer for it to sold in stores here, and not off of Amazon or eBay. As for price, the max I would probably go, would probably be somewhere around 12 000 DKK.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    I would try to keep the workloads light.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    Well, the main store that I buy electronics from do have some Turing equipped laptops listed, they go for anywhere between 3500 USD to 5500 USD. This is for the RTX2080
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    I mean, I might use it for light gaming, but the main purpose would be coding, and programming, I don't know how much AI/ML stuff I am gonna do, but if I am gonna do something along those lines, then I am probably try, and keep it light.
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    Okay, so what would your opinion be on the GTX 1060?
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    Well-rounded laptop for coding, and programming

    Oh dang, I think that I have just found perfection, imma be the finest hipster in the Starbucks. On the serious note, I have found the Lenovo Legion Y520, it comes equipped with a GTX1060 inside of it, and either an i5-7300 HQ or an i7-7700HQ, though here I am concerned with the clock of the CPU, as I don't plan on overclocking it.
  14. So, I have quite a few books from various bundles on coding and programming; everything from small projects to artificial neural networks, in languages varying from Python to Java, and now to actually get around to using them. Now, I do have a desktop PC that could probably get the job done, but I prefer to read off printed media more that reading off screens, and I would also like to be more mobile with the coding, being able to take it with me if I am going anywhere, perhaps maybe getting some done during my lunch breaks at work, which is why I am looking for recommendations for a laptop, preferably one that would be able to handle an array of different tasks. And if not a specific laptop, then maybe some specs that I can use to narrow my search, as for price, currently that is not really a factor in it, as I do not mind having to save up. Sincerely Jonas P. Edit: correcting some grammar, and adding a bit more information
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