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What’s your excuse for still using a loud CPU cooler?
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>>69440118
I use stock cooler because I don't like overpriced brick size coolers and I don't like to OC because I don't want to component to die faster.
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Jesus Christ that thing is bigger than your mom's ass.
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I went with a custom loop to avoid noise.

Why isn't the nh d15 considered in his comparison charts?
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>>69440118

In-Ear Monitors General: 64 Audio a12t/u12t buyer remorse edition.

IEM advice request template:
>Your Budget
>Your Location
>Wired/wireless
>Over-ear IEMs/Hanging IEMs/Earbuds
>Sound signature
>Past IEMs

Have you returned/sold your 64 Audio A12T after hearing about 64 Audio's lineup revamp?
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>>69433605
left to right: MH750, MH1, MH755
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>>69435117
Thats what mine look like, same white tie thing. Another anon said to buy to two so you can check the serials are different yourself.
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>>69434866
I think so, i know there has been reports of fakes but I dont know why anyone would bother copying such a cheap headset. As far as I know the Mh755 only comes in white and the Mh750 in black.
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>>69439840
i like mine (i have the plastic kz). the wire gets in the way a little when wearing sunglasses, but i'm quite pleased with the sound and quality.
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cancel or keep as spare? ordered the Tin Audio T2 from aliexpress.

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Why is /g/ like this?
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>>69437739
I like almost of all of those things, what does that have to do with some internet meme ideology?
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>>69437739
Pure cringe
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>>69439778
technology board
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>>69440335
I didn't know 3dpd thots were technology.
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>>69437768
It’s when you’re transitioning from a human to an attack helicopter

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*cracks open monster*
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>>69440231
Those companies are killing the computer industry.
>hurr durr lets just solder everything into a small ass board
>cant even upgrade RAM
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>>69440284
>waifu not working
pottery
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>>69436026
Nice toilet.
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>>69440284
Poo in loo street shitter.
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>>69438620
Only nice applel machine itt

Why do you /g/ooks hate Razer’s Chroma so much. Why do you hate RGB in general.
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>>69439906
>pointless bloatware complete with botnet functionality to add yet more data points to their analytic profile of you
>in service of a visual fad that's going to go down in history as our generation's disco, an embarrassing joke that will leave us all the butt of jokes for the rest of our lives
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>>69439947
Do you niggers even know what a bot net is
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>>69439906
Colors are bloat.
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>>69440199
do you even know what the word slang means?
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Because there are so many competing proprietary softwares controlling how much power goes to which color, they're even wired differently trying to measure their dick rather then having a unified standard so you could then open up development to make them not only functional but aesthetic.

Get an email? One fan slowly fades red to off.
Getting an internet call? My system flashes blue.
Done compiling? Have a system alert trigger a rapid blinking fan.

This goes true for keyboard and mice as well.

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>Blue Yeti
Most overpriced, overrated and bad microphone you can buy
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A SM58 came into the shop I work at the other day.
Boss let me have it for £30.
Fucking nice.
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Wouldn't a shotgun mic make more sense for PC gaming/streaming/etc use?
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>>69434471
No desk, no price point.
>>69437198
newfag detected
>>69437231
Streetguru, yeah he's around and posts on twitter alot.
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My friend has one and my god is it garbage for the price.

Cons:
Build Quality
Audio Quality
Logo Falls off

>>69432200
>>69437276
>shilling for a fucking YETI
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>>69440045
so this is the official reddit thread?

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>tells you to use arch linux to learn about linux and how the system works

>tells you to use his script which autoconfigures i3 etc

what did he mean by this?
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Jesus christ I tried Arch a few days ago and it's so fucking shit, it uses almost 100MB on a fucking clean install, even fucking debian literally uses half of that.

Jesus fucking christ
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>>69440156
>tells you to use arch linux to learn about linux and how the system works
isn't pacstrap literally like windows installer?
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Arch may as well as a GUI installer at this point, everything else is babbies first distro
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>>69440278
You have to manually partition the drives and manually install X and operate from a command line to set up the entire system. Pacstrap downloads the initial system programs that allow you to chroot in at all. Arch isn't LFS tier but it's definitely a learning experience. Gentoo is one step further because you have to manually configure the kernel.
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>>69440301
typing pacman -S xorg ... is actually much easier than clicking a thousand buttons telling Cortana to fuck off lol

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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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>>69440129
Its manjaro, so yes there will be bloat, but it will only install updates for programs you have installed.
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>>69440161
thanks is arch linux a better choice than manjaro architecture? I know they are both arch based
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>>69440215
Manjaro is easy to install, and comes with a lot of preinstalled software. If you dont mind that, then use manjaro. Personally, i prefer to just use arch because i know whats installed and what services are running because i set it all up myself.
When it comes down to it, all distros are the same shit. Use what you like, and what you are comfortable with, and dont distro hop
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>>69440246
thanks for the insight, I'll try to install arch on a VB to try it out. I think I'd like to know what each process does while taking advantage of my RAM as much as possible. On another note having 16GB of ram I wouldn't mind the extra software on manjaro as long as its arch running
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>>69438854
linux is a kernel

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I think the winner is clear

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the absolute state
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who the fuck carries condoms? the girls do that.

>t. very sexually active male
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>>69426025
Only 15 year old kids who want to be cool carry a condom in their fucking wallets

This guy is a soiboy for sure
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>>69440062

Seriously hope this is a troll. One of those whores will poke a hole in the condom and take you for child support.
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>>69426049
friendly reminder apples 1500 dollar flagship phones dont have APT-X or LDAC bluetooth audio codecs
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>>69426049
> Not carrying a Sanza clip instead of a phone.

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Who wins here?

Windows:
C, D, E, F...

Right click on shortcut of a drive to see properties which show how much there is disk space used

Connect USB HDD drive, it becomes associated with an available drive letter

Linux:
/dev/sda, /dev/sdb...

Open a file manager -> devices, file system (its the equivalent of C drive) it will show you how much there is free space left but what it doesnt tell you is, if the system is a single drive or something else, for this you need to dig deeper

Connect USB HDD drive, it will hopefully appear immediately on a file manager but if it doesnt you gotta dig deeper and drive can perhaps be found from something like /run/media/yourusername/
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>>69440273
>GNU is in fact unix
shit troll - GNU has No UNIX code in it it was build ground up
>also yfw Android use almost no GNU code at all
Android is essentially a JVM on top of Linux. This has absolutely nothing to do with Unix.
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>>69440302
It's more like calling a type 56 assault rifle an ak-47. IE, it's accurate unless you have a reason for distinguishing the two.
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>>69440122
>C, D, E, F
>/dev/sda, /dev/sdb
Those arenot equivalente tho.

>the system is a single drive or something else, for this you need to dig deeper
Ahm, Just open gnome disks or similar?
>it will hopefully appear immediately on a file manager but if it doesnt you gotta dig deeper and drive can perhaps be found from something like /run/media/yourusername/
So far it has always worked for me tho.
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>>69440244
the drive letters may as well be a special path, it doesn't change my point that they serve as the logical entry point to the partition, whereas /dev/sdX are block devices
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>>69440317
this isnt a subjective matter

they are 2 entirely different things

/spoonfeeding

>Requesting purchase advice
https://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub

>/g/ headphone wiki
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

Previous thread: >>69432904
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>>69440172
I don’t know what that is and I have doubts I want to.
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>>69440153
oof, i just got ad hommed ;-;
cringe af baby
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>>69439774
amazing headphone, not harsh unlike other beyer stuff, removable cable
keep in mind its worth going for a pad swap for the comfort alone, dt770 pads work great
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>>69440282
it's weird that the dt770 880 990 and 1990 get such a bad rap.
i dont have custom one pros but my first real headphones were dt235s and to this day i can put them on and they sound great.
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>>69440282
to add:
1.5 holes and i guess 1 the only usable slider positions for me
also keep in mind this is probably the one headphone that benifits the most from burn in
if you buy them new take a listen to some stuff, let them run on lower-medium for 24-30 hours and come back to them, sound becomes full and right

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>pacstrap /mnt base base-devel
>Total Download Size: 315.63 MiB
>Total Installed Size: 1257.91 MiB
How is arch not bloated again?
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Gnu dogs btfo
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>base-devel
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It is, no one here pretends it isn't.
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>>69437288
Arch is bloat, there's just no good non-bloated alternative.
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>>69437288
>entire OS plus dev tools is 1.2 GB
>bloated
Windows 10 is like 20 GB, OSX is about the same.

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You /g/uys are probably going to roast me but what ever.

So is the command line really better than a UI? I know, the origins of computers started with the command line.
But as time went on we developed UIs so people can easily run programs. But geeks and shit are still using the cmd. Why is that?

Does anybody use a cmd line as there whole OS? What is the sole purpose of using a fucking cmd line when a UI is significantly easier, faster and better?
Is the cmd line used to communicate with your hardware better? I would love to learn some important cmd lines for my machine. But Idk wtf im doing.
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>>69439100
Only retards use GUIs. Once you install Arch and you get the hang of your tiling WM, you can configure all your tasks using scripts. These scripts are accessible by just a few key presses and the only GUI you need, *debatable* is a browser.
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>>69440281
>Google
Dropped!
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>>69439197
If you don’t think a cli is better, please make a GUI for every program you use or write. No? That’s what I thought
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>>69439291
Just use links, lynx, etc. it’s better
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>>69440281
Just use kubernetes. I can’t tell if this is bait

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Imagine seeing this and being on suicide watch
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>>69438742
>More like 25%
Been living under a rock for the last year, mate? Ryzen is within margin-of-error percentages away from Intel nowadays.
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>>69433100
>Even though Lisa Su said "moar coars" and deliberately didn't commit to a full 16, that's what everybody is acting like is guaranteed now.
Because it is.
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>>69438896
It's a reasonable hope, but there's good cause for AMD to be dancing around making the promise already.
Besides the 105W AM4 TDP limit, they would probably prefer to use all the top-clocking fully intact compute chiplets in more profitable Threadripper and Epyc parts.
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>>69440271
12 and 16 core parts won't have the same high clocks that the 8 core parts can reach. They might have the same peak XFR and single core, but sustained multicore pstates won't be equal.
They're not putting top tier dies in any consumer desktop part.
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>>69431999
preach it


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