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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-12-12/apple-is-said-to-mull-moving-iphone-output-if-tariffs-hit-25
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Reminder that they literallly clean themselves with their hands. Enjoy your poo, isheeps.
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based
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>>68899370
b&r
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>>68899370
Based
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itoddlers BTFO

Is 4Chan X trustworthy, /g/?

Is there a better alternative?
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>>68906283
I really, really like this drawing.
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>>68906456
She's Smug cute and funny
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>>68903966
Use the script, not the extension.

>>68906403
Excellent taste dude.
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>>68903966
>>68906724

This, check the script yourself
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>>68904003
yea, and?

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Stupid question thread.
Ask your stupid questions here.

>Read
>>51971506

>GNU/Linux questions?
>>>/g/fglt

>PC building?
>>>/g/pcbg

>Programming questions?
>>>/g/dpt


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>>68907361
Not much you can do. Any practical soundproofing would interfere with ventilation, which would be bad.
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>>68907419
Which version of windows did you install?
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>>68907570
Ultimate, SP1
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How do I block ports for localhost on windows? Apparently since 127.0.0.1 is a loopback adress it bypasses the regular windows firewall ruleset.
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>>68907680
Making a new partition wouldn't do anything to help. GPT vs MBR is at the drive level, not the partition level. So you pretty much just have to delete all partitions on the drive, set your bios to legacy, and start over.

You could try an in place upgrade to windows professional, which should allow you to use MStoolkit to activate instead. But it's hit or miss.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2255099/how-to-perform-an-in-place-upgrade-on-windows-vista-windows-7-windows

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Hey kid, I see you're having fun reading all those Wikipedia articles there. I'm going to need your wallet.
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>>68907825
Hey kid, do you need help with your homework? Time to pay up.

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no /int/el thread?

AMD got BTFO hard today: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13699/intel-architecture-day-2018-core-future-hybrid-x86

>Sunny Cove, built on 10nm, will come to market in 2019 and offer increased single-threaded performance, new instructions, and ‘improved scalability’. Intel went into more detail about the Sunny Cove microarchitecture, which is in the next part of this article. To avoid doubt, Sunny Cove will have AVX-512. We believe that these cores, when paired with Gen11 graphics, will be called Ice Lake.

> The upcoming microarchitecture for 2019 is called Tremont, which focuses on single threaded performance increases, battery life increases, and network server performance. Based on some of the designs later in this article, we think that this will be a 10nm design.

>From here we can deduce a few things. We were told that this configuration is the GT2 config, which will have 64 execution units, up from 24 in Gen9.5. These 64 EUs are split into four slices, with each slice being made of two sub-slices of 8 EUs a piece. Each sub-slice will have an instruction cache and a 3D sampler, while the bigger slice gets two media samplers, a PixelFE, and additional load/store hardware. Intel lists Gen11 targeting efficiency, performance, advanced 3D and media capabilities, and a better gaming experience.

>Intel didn’t go into too much detail regarding how the EUs are at higher performance, however the company did say that the FPU interfaces inside the EU are redesigned and it still has support for fast (2x) FP16 performance as seen in Gen9.5. Each EU will support seven threads as before, which means that the entire GT2 design will essentially have 512 concurrent pipelines. In order to help feed these pipes, Intel states that it has redesigned the memory interface, as well as increasing the L3 cache of the GPU to 3 MB, a 4x increase over Gen9.5, and it is now a separate block in the unslice section of the GPU.
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>>68903166
*blocks ur path*
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Yer rite il believe it when I see it.
Still housefire thermals and stupid power plus 10nm nowhere to be seen memebingbus crap still and now 7nm? Gimmi a break shills
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>>68901766
>TSX is disabled in newest microcode release due to Spectre/Meltdown using it as an exploit
NOOOOOOOOO
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30% ipc bump on a unfucked 10nm process.
Ryzen about to get BTFO
JIM
SHITWRECKER
KELLER
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I don't give a fuck, feels good to be fanboi.

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Noobs hate this key because it fucks with there gayming. Yet you use it and it fucking opens your start menu to search whatever shit you want. You don't need a keyboard. You lock your screen with it (Win+L), you open Windows Explorer with it (Win + E), You press it alone (Win) opens up the start menu. Name a more comfy button, but is also noob repellant. You can't. It's the Win button. discuss.
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>>68907628
Nah, I mean VK_LWIN (I very rarely use VK_RWIN).
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>>68907528
>>68907613
>>68907631
dude
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>>68907642
But in your scenario, what does it do that Ctrl+Esc - or even Ctrl+Alt+Del and summoning Task Manager (your Task Manager window IS configured Always On Top, isn't it?) - doesn't?
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>>68907583
An OS should be designed so that when you accidentally hit something incorrect it doesn't do anything severely bad, or that it's easily reversible.
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>>68907806
>crashing some poorly-written game
>is severely bad
I understand the point you're trying to make here - but Jesus fucking Christ, do you ever need a better example.

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Hello,

it might sound like i'm unable decide, but i would like your thoughts anyway.

I am currently working in area that is not utilizing my IT-education or skill set, but the work is quite active, i move around, see different people, work is fine, in the morning i wake up and i don't have the feeling "ahh, time to go to work again...."

Now i applied to an IT-job (tech support basically), it's a desk job mostly in office, gotta keep an eye on systems if they work, servers, computers, about 50 computers and 10 servers, lots of other devices. The job includes hardware upgrades on PC's when necessary, setting up routers, printers. The only upside of this job is compared to the current job I'm doing, is that i will be getting paid about +70% of my previous job's wage and it's a new experience.

I am in between the decision and would like a final push of what to decide, since you guys here are all experienced tech guys, what do you think will be better for me? I know you don't know me but still, throw an opinion in here.

Thanks.
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>>68906710
Take it
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>+70% moneys
Why is this even a question?
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>Pays way better
>As a simple computer guy

Take the new job, holy shit
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>>68906727
Thx for input.
>>68906794
>>68906856
My previous job before the one i am doing now, was an office job, an accountant type of work. What made me burn out was the sitting-in-computer and doing the same work every day.

It might sound like a dream, but it really isnt that great, that's why i'm kinda in-between. I know that its possible to always quit the new job, but i don't want to do harm to the employer by schooling me on everything about their company and then just saying, sorry, gotta go. But yeah, money is the biggest factor here, thats why i am even considering.
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>>68906912
What is your financial situation?

More money has diminishing return. If you can't save money financial stress is going to build up in your life and overshadow the pleasure you have doing your job. I can tell you that from experience.

But if you're comfy, earning more won't make you happier for real though. You will buy a bunch of junk and than wonder to yourself: is this it?

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Is pic related the ultimate NEETism?
>being too lazy to go to the fridge so you need to literally ask it if there's milk inside
>being too lazy to go to the store so you need to tell the fridge to order something
>being too lazy to look at the clock so you need to ask your (((smart))) speaker
>being too lazy to X, so you literally need to Y
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>tfw too lazy to speak out loud
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>tfw too lazy to sign up for botnet accounts

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DragonflyBSD 5.4 and FreeBSD 12.0 have come out.
Have you upgraded yet?
I have, honestly FreeBSD's upgrade process could be more specific about when you should run pkg upgrade, before it deletes shared libraries pkg needs to run. Fortunately pkg-static exists. Firefox and Chromium both run better now. Haven't noticed much else yet.

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>2018
>not one person can name an Android tablet since the Nexus 7

What the fuck happened bros?
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I still use my Nexus 10 to this day. I need to manually partition it to install newer version and I think 6 or 7 is it's max if you want everything working. I originally bought it for an ex, then took it back after we broke up (call me a nigger I don't care). re-release Nexus devices with upgraded internals, I don't know how changing the name to pixel made them worse but they are. my 5x still works great and my 6p keeps up with modern phones minus battery life.
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>>68907609
You can't get comfy with 2-in-1
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>>68907648
Why not? Just flip the keyboard onto the back and hold it like a tablet
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>>68907666
The only decent 2-in1, are X220t.
Which nobody even recommend.
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>>68907646
Dont use the n word.

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>>Intel Fan Boy Here
AMD NewFags Piss me off whit Thread Ripper and price per performance !
>>GIVE ME SOME FACTS AND GOOD POINTS TO SHUT THEM UP!!!
i remember a time when a 17w AMD cpu choud heat a room , and i have seen melted sockets on AMD boards , but thats old
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https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2018/12/12/record-breaking-mlperf-ai-benchmarks/

https://news.developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-captures-top-spots-on-mlperf/

THANK YOU BASED NVIDIA
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does this make my league of legends look better? if not fuck off desu
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>>68907785
Now that's something I need to keep mum about at work. Nothing quite like writing four lines of python and then wait for model to finish calculating. A day. Max.

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>Can we drop upstream Linux x32 support?
>Hi all-
>I'm seriously considering sending a patch to remove x32 support from upstream Linux.

>I'm not opposed to trying to sunset the support, but let's see who complains..
> Linus
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>>68904862
gnome devs seems to have been promoted into loonex maintainers
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>>68905757
You stumbled a bit while backpedaling.
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>>68905757
It's overhead because it takes up more space in your cache leading to potentially more cache misses. This manifests more obviously in something like Java where 64 bit pointers means you'll produce more garbage, which you need to err... collect more often.
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>>68904862
>x32
Are wincucks poor?
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lmao the last windows to support x32 was windows xp get with the times

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Old thread: >>68899817

What are you working on, /g/?
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>>68907171
Your blog, your rules
Nodoby gonna judge you over what's you write. Poorly written posts are always better than no blog post.

If you work on a project, you may want to write about the progression of this one.
For each new features you could do a new post: what result you wanted to get ? What attempts have you done ? What's worked and what didn't ?

When you feel you've completely understood a concept, you could try to summarize it in a blog post.
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>>68907187
your problem is you're thinking in terms of C/C++
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>>68907213
Lisp is the most powerful programming language.
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>>68907195
I want it to be more project-oriented but I believe it doesn't hurt if sometimes I talk about specific things, "neat tricks" as you put it

> Try writing a couple, ask for feedback, and try adapting your style to something that works best for the ideas you're trying to convey. Best of luck mate!
great tips, I truly appreciate it! thanks, anon

>>68907270
that's kinda how I illustrate it in my mind. thank you for replying!
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>>68907022
ah shit i see what you mean
just reduced around 30 lines of redundant code, cheers mate

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Is is acceptable to bring gaming laptops to study/work groups?
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tph bitches will want to play video games on your computer if you're a chad

omg u have fortnite????
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>>68906691
Soon gaming laptops will remain the only upgradeable and easily repairable laptops with good performance and connectivity. You may not like it but if you trade that solely for the ultrabook looks you're retarded and belong in /fa/.
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>>68906691
sorry only macbooks allowed
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>>68906691
what exactly are you baiting for?
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>>68907432
Its 2018 and sadly the indusrty thinks wifi is all you need now
Lool at the new latitudes, only having usb c. Wtf
Rs233 ports are gone for 4 generations by now


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