Modular psu cable compatibility chart or something
All I can say is pay close attention to this. I've blown two good power supplies by just using cables that were laying around without checking properly
Picked up WQ deluxe edition.
Wish they would put a LFG finder in game too. Dumbasses like me start an activity thinking there might be matchmaking but turns out I'm alone and can't even get past the first mobs
I'm power level 1570 on a titan grinding activities like crucible, Vanguard's and...
Weren't you already running Linux? Could've sworn I saw posts from you asking how to install so and so through apt. I assume you've used it all this time ?
If so, do you think it's ready for primetime?
Pretty sure I had both mine and my wife's machine say something like "windows 11 has been downloaded and is ready to install, click here to install" but hey I don't want to open up that discussion here.
You guys don't have to worry about me buying current gen parts! I'm too poor!
I always buy previous gen stuff, like this TUF 3080 I just picked up for 580 off Facebook marketplace. It has all the power I'm ever going to need for the next while.
I remember this guy, he was on forums but wasn't affiliated with AMD. It was around the time when the Ashes of the singularity benchmark came out and when Async compute became a buzzword. He was all about Async compute
I fired up watchdogs2 when it came on Xbox pass on a machine with 8gb of ram and despite getting warnings about the framerate being unstable, the game was pretty playable
Ubisofts client is crazy bad though so I wouldn't be surprised if it was that gobbling up more ram than necessary
Yes that's a mistake. Your monitors refresh rate (in Hz, not MHz) is independent of the actual framerate being displayed.
Your monitors refresh rate is a maximum value. What is actually rendering frames is your graphics card.
So to answer your question, no a monitor with a higher refresh...
By that standard, windows must be absolute shit
Office, a very useful piece of software for some, has been a target for malware for like 20 years.
Quite plainly, the point I was trying to make was about upgrading your software and how package managers make that simple.
You're talking about...
All software can have bugs or vulnerabilities, good and bad. This is basic knowledge. If you prefer to babysit loose binaries and system upgrades, that's good for you. I have more important things to do so I run one magic command that upgrades the majority of packages I have on my system and...
I don't understand what you're saying. I didn't say anything about bad software.
It actually happened to a friend, he installed some flavour of the week RDP program and forgot about it. Months later he saw Bitcoin transactions he didn't recognize, logins to his online banking he didn't do...
Download exe, execute, forget about it for the next 6 months, then some Chinese hacker breaks into your machine and steals all your info because you forgot to update that remote desktop software you installed and used once
Package managers help with updates too
Been about 4 years that I've been on this board and I've gone through a 1700x, 2700x, 5800x. No point in switching out a board that's working fine and has all the features you need. Literally adds nothing to your experience lol
I find the streaming services to be good enough for kids and old people. Most don't know any better.
I think the competition killed off Stadia. Once the other well established names got their subscription and streaming services up and running, there was no reason to go out and get Stadia if...
Your About me section might need a little more work. I'd really expand on who you are, even personally. Why do you like to program? Really sell what makes you a good programmer / developer.
Try to make connections with people in the industry or already in jobs at places where you'd like to work.
Are you on LinkedIn? How's your profile?
Beef up your profile a little with where you've been, what you know, what you're learning and so on. Shine it up real nice
Make a few connections with recruiters. In time you will be beating them away with a stick
You can use ps aux to get pids and then grep to find the name of the process
You can use scp to copy files from your local machine to the destination maybe ?
If you want to move the files from one directory to another...
Facebook has a gazillion servers cause they're facebook, in addition to being on the cloud, they're one of Amazon's biggest customers.
Also, as per usual this car analogy is flawed as well. Owning vs leasing a car is nothing like owning servers/datacenters vs using a cloud service. With the...
Azure boasts being cheaper than AWS with their Azure SQL database so would be worth looking into
32GB was an example. What you save upfront by building and supporting some welfare servers, you'll pay for (probably more) in the long term
With that budget I'd opt for something like RDS on AWS. 8 core, 32 GB instance is about 400$/month when used for 8 hours a day
Forget hardware and software provisioning, support and maintenance. just live your life