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The Guides and Tutorials Catalog

 

In order to simplify the search for guides and tutorials which might be tagged

badly, and to help you look for specific things by subject without having to fight

the broken IP.Board search function, we'll be tracking complete tutorials about a

specifc subject here.

 

The idea is to have a nice catalog people can browse by subject. The tutorials

linked to here are of decent quality, meaning that they cover the subject in a

reasonably complete, understandable, and properly formatted way.

 

If you feel we've missed a quality tutorial, feel free to PM a mod or reply to this

thread. Also check this post.

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Overclocking

 

Modding

 

Storage

 

Software Setup

  • Windows

 

  • Linux

 

  • Mobile

 

  • Other

 

Troubleshooting

 

Other

 

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thanks guys really helpfull :)


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Nice :)


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You missed the android rooting guide. Just saying. 


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Did you mean http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/11520-the-basics-of-rooting/ ? If yes, it's fixed. If no, please provide link :)

Oops sorry, this was the post I was talking about it's currently pinned in the Mobile Devices Section:

 

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/127469-general-guide-to-custom-roms-and-rooting-w-faq/

 

The one above seems great too!


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and fixed.

LOL. It's Okay :)  (Remove this if it clutters the thread)

 

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I'm in here LOL. Thanks alot. I will also post a guide on how to fix the Battlefield 3/4 camera-stick-lag issue, i'll hop in with a link :D


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Codename: HighFlyer, specs:  CPU: i5 2500k cooled by a H70ish(2 rad)   Mobo: MSI MPower Z77   GPUs: Gigabyte GTX 660 OC 1150 MHZ core, 3150 memory both   RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16G @1600mhz   SSD: ADATA Premier Pro sx900 / HDD Seagate Barracuda 1TB/Samsung 1TB   Power supply: Corsair RM650 80+ Gold   Case Corsair Carbide 500R   5.4 ghz achieved on the good old 2500k, may it rest in peace. Current daily OC is 4.8 @1.41 v

 

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Nice!!


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Why is there no guide to understand which GPU & CPU is better then other, like how to look at the spec's to see if it can run modern/latest games out there and if it can run on minimum~ultra settings?

this can really help alot of people that want to start trying to build there own computer without just spending a huge crazy amount of money on parts, that which wouldn't play the games or run very well.

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Why is there no guide to understand which GPU & CPU is better then other, like how to look at the spec's to see if it can run modern/latest games out there and if it can run on minimum~ultra settings?

this can really help alot of people that want to start trying to build there own computer without just spending a huge crazy amount of money on parts, that which wouldn't play the games or run very well.

You can't pick whether a GPU/CPU can run a game off its spec sheet though besides the minimum required for the game.

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You can't pick whether a GPU/CPU can run a game off its spec sheet though besides the minimum required for the game.

oh ok, thinking a list of games on like maximum settings, show spec for each & see what fps they get on those kind of games with different GPU/CPU/amount of RAM(maybe aswell, not sure if that effect fps), though i know this is gonna be a mega huge list but i guess it's another way to help., if they r into gaming.

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if you guys are still into maintaining this thread, how about the posting topics guide gets in? http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/202456-the-ultimate-posting-topics-correctly-guide/

 

i think it's still pretty useful to those that bother to view the thread, it gives advice on how to make your post look nice and what exactly to include in your post

sort of the amalgamation of the please read before posting topics


How to Post Topics, the Right Way / The Ultimate Build Parts List

 

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