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Ryzen is fucking gay and I hate Windows 10.
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>>80395187
> Can't use Windows 7
Install wufuc. But halting update installation is on MS.
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>>80394934
>Ryzen is fucking gay
you wot m8?
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>>80394934
Ryzen is the future
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>>80395476
>7 nm FinFET
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>>80394934
>ryzen is fucking gay
at least they have better price for preformance than intel

Tomorrow I'll be trying to hacksaw a broken GPU heatsink to my RX 560. Also custom painting it.

Thoughts? How should I paint it?
>my PC is under my desk
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>>80395234
>hacksaw
Sorry, hacksaw a broken heatsink to fit my RX 560.
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>>80395252
Depends, you can sometimes use a CPU cooler for a GPU, but GPU heatsinks have a tendency of not fitting other cards, because the VRM cooling is in the wrong place.
Either way, you will need some extra smol heatsinks for the other components that are not covered by the hacked-up heatsink.
Search YT for cpu cooler on GPU, and thank me later.
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>>80395456
Sorry, I don't have any on hand

I'll just hacksaw the heatsink and hope it fits.

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>>80366069

Old thread.
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>>80395206
Nostalgiad hard as fuck on the old v70. Sverige ja.
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>>80385969
kek
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>>80391368
this is bait, ive seen this image for the past 5 years
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My battlestation

"Saw them in an anime" edition

How to request:
>Location
>Budget
>Open or closed
>Over-ear or on-ear
>Favorite music (artist or albums, not just genre)
>Preferred sound characteristics/intended use
>Anything else

>Measurements
https://diyaudioheaven.wordpress.com/
https://crinacle.com/rankings/headphones/
https://www.reddit.com/r/oratory1990/wiki/index/list_of_presets

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>>80384025
>They just sound like shit because uneven treble.
gb2 your mudheisers son
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>>80378447
>50 yuro pads
>It's going to be an expensive affair in the long run
i cannot fathom being this poor
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Is the idea of soundstage just really the gain or loss of detail? They seem to always go hand and hand.
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>>80395244
There are headphones that focus on soundstage and lose detail as a result? News to me.
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Is a FiiO K3 sufficient to drive Sundaras? I hear planar impedance works a bit differently

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>good
>fast
>relevant

name 1 language that ticks all these off
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>>80392611
C#
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>>80394644
Based an redpilled.
Use elixir for even baseder and redpilleder.
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>>80394835
There is no way in hell LuaJIT beats go and C#. Source or gtfo.
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C/C++/C#
The only three languages that matter. End of fucking argument.
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>>80392611
C
C++ niggers tongue my static map<struct faggot::anus,struct faggot::anus>&*;

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this would might help theme creators and people who uses themes to discover new ones instead of just going through the list every time.
Also why is there no contextual search as in when searching for themes that look like "GNOME 1" for example you get everything that has "GNOME 1" in it's description instead of getting everything that has "GNOME" or "1".
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>>80393745
wtf are you talking about, just install gentoo
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>>80395437
I did years ago.

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How much do you think it would cost to actually build one yourself, not including software development

the most expensive thing would probably be the actuators and maybe the rotary encoders so it can figure out the angle of the legs at every nanosecond
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>>80387431
Who would buy this thing, regardless of the costs?
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>>80387431
>There's no way there's $70k of electronics and materials in a spot mini robot
That's correct, there really isn't.
Most of the cost is the R&D.

Half of china could probably make something that looks like Spot, call it Spit, stick it full of servo motors to make the legs move and lift its own weight, along with some gyroscopes and sensors so you can get some positional readouts.
This knockoff called Spit would probably cost 1 to 3 grand at most and be very far removed from the actual Spot.
It would fall over, be unable to propel itself, and be unable to navigate a complex terrain.
That's why Spot costs you a few k$ in electronics and several dozens of k$ in proprietary algorithms.

>inb4 some /g/tard claims they can code up the firmware for Spot over a few weekends in Lisp and C
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>>80395159
> some /g/tard claims they can code up the firmware for Spot over a few weekends in Lisp and C
Pfff... Sounds like a challenge to me. Too bad nobody gives a shit about /g/ level project like that.
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>>80387431
About 10k-ish, see OpenDog on github. The majority of the price is funding literally 2 decades of R&D to make spot as useful as it is now.
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>>80392008
spot mini does not use hydraulics, it's all electric

>>80393833
I don't buy overpriced phones

>>80394482
>It's no secrete that the military is who funds Boston Dynamics.
except boston dynamics is owned by softbank and maybe soon by hyundai

>>80394574
it doesn't use servos
lidar doesn't cost that much
https://thenextweb.com/shift/2020/08/24/lidar-is-getting-so-cheap-itd-be-madness-not-to-use-it-in-self-driving-cars/


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>Buy Macbook M1
>Want to use my parents' printer to print shit
>Look for the drivers online
>They don't work on Big Sur
>Try to emulate both the Windows and Mac drivers with rosetta, still not working
Yes, I'll just put the files on my parents' computer and print them, but I shouldn't need to do that.
I mean, I'm kind of tired of getting jewed. Why haven't printer manufacturers made some sort of standard generic drivers for their garbage?
Man, I'm not commie or anything, but I wish the UE would step in and tell these fags to fix their mess, I fucking hate printers.
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What kind of shitty printer doesn't support network printing? Imagine actually taking your computer to the printer and plugging it in.
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>>80395132
>what is cups
You're a fucking mongoloid
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>>80395132
>buy a shitty printer that can't do IPP Everywhere(tm)

you deserve it cuck. best thing Apple did was forcing faggots to implement a 10c controller to fucking interpret PS/PDF on-board.
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>>80395132
>Why haven't printer manufacturers made some sort of standard generic drivers for their garbage?

they have. "driverless, IPP everywhere." It's basically just sending a raster to the printer and YOLO.
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who even needs drivers i got a new wifi laser printer

laptop got setup, went to my desktop and went printers and it was already there lol

if it downloaded anything it was <5sec

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endgame edition

This thread is for the discussion of portable media players and in-ear monitors.

•/iemg/ Recommends Pastebin:
https://pastebin.com/8jg6z0gG
•IEM reviewers and other sources Pastebin:
https://pastebin.com/FKrNpuwQ

•Why use a PMP instead of a phone?
>better DAC/AMP
>more output power so it can drive more high-end headphones
>smaller sizes than phones for activities like exercise
>physical buttons
>headphone jacks

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>>80391834
VX Anole with that budget.
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>>80393289
Chitty's store on aliexpress, it's not listed there but I asked him and he said he makes custom cables.
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>>80393127
>>80394026
How much?
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>>80394217
$30.
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>>80392081
>Tried foams? Or does that bloat up the bass too much on those?
Yeah that's exactly it. Only tried the ones it came with. They probably fit the best, better than any third party silicone ones but the sound quality was really noticeably impacted. Bass sounded like a cheap bass boost on some cheap headphones with upp ranges muffled. From what ive read you cant really avoid it with foam so i didn't even bother with it and just went for trying exelastics, type e, spinfits.

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Edition edition. Rate, like, & subscribe.
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>>80395248
where did you squeeze it in? looks like 2 fans and that'd be a tight fit for the front with the GPU, or did you get rid of the noctua case fan? Either way, is your only air intake the warmed up air from the radiator?
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>>80395333
I've got the 280mm radiator installed as exhaust on the side panel. It means I can't have
The top intake cools the VRMs, RAM, and socket. They're hard to see, but I've got two fans blowing air onto the video card.
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>>80395395
*It means I can't have a rear exhaust fan, but that's a sacrifice you have to make when working with an SFF PC.
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>>80395395
How high do your temps go under load?
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>>80395301
>I'm guessing the top 3 fans blow cool air in?

no, the top fans are exhaust

the front fans are intake

the back fan is also exhaust

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Most of the things "modern" IDEs do is work around language design flaws.

No, I won't ask you to prove me wrong. It's true. Stop coping.
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>>80395340
>language design flaws
Like what? How can I prove you wrong when you can't even prove yourself right?
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>>80395366
Like repeating function prototypes in header files, writing header files in CMakelists, docgen etc.
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>>80395366
Having terrible naming schemes so you have to
rely on autocompletion because things are hard
to remember otherwise.
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>>80395382
So you mean "work around your own fucking stupidity", not "language design flaws."
Got it.
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>>80395382
>repeating function prototypes in header files, writing header files in CMakelists, docgen
None of which is a flaw. Case closed.

>>80395396
>terrible naming scheme
Who cares? You need to get used to it if you are working with someone else anyway.

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Fact: productive people who do actual work use stock Ubuntu
Fact: people who use Arch or tiling window managers never amount to anything
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I've worked in some primarily-Linux software dev places.
Ubuntu LTS is the overwhelming choice, usually with stock DE and theming.
Ubuntu latest is the second-most popular choice.
There's the occasional Fedora/Mint/Debian and a single Arch user, but they're usually in "you're on your own" territory when it comes to getting things working.
Some people running Ubuntu however do install i3 or awesome and seem no less productive for it. They're a small minority, but it happens.
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>>80394790
this... I use ubuntu with i3 but not because it's superior or anything I feel like my screen is more organized and I can get shit done faster that's all
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>>80394358
I will keep using mint
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>>80394358
Correction: productive people who do actual work use stock Ubuntu LTS, most likely the old Ubuntu's using the Unity desktop.
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>>80394749
you mean a taskbar?

Whether that’s from a job or applying knowledge in other ways. I’ll start, early twenties med student worth $600k from apple and Tesla.

Thoughts on this card in general?
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>>80390751
extremely based
AMD cards are an investment
>buy r9 390
>sell it for double the price
>buy rx 5700
>sell it for more than double the price
can't wait to buy my next AMD gpu
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>>80394699
yes
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>>80391857
They're generally very close. At 4K 3060 is sometimes a bit faster.
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>>80392490
>install the card
>it crashes
Fuck you. I tried a dozen of kernel and mesa versions and it still crashes occasionally. It seems much less recent since some update a few months ago.
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>>80395329
it looks sick and blowers blow lol

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So I bought a CRT for my PC to play old games on, but I noticed that when I try to use emulators that run games that run at 30 FPS on my 60Hz screen, it's double images. Like PS1 emulators for playing Gex, it's all double when the screen moves from left to right or other way around.
How come I didn't have this problem on my PS1 hooked up to a CRT TV? Is there any way to fix it? Thanks.
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>>80393888
Trips of truth.
The higher the refresh the smoother it become.
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memed really hard lol
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>>80393499
Cringe
Retard
Television
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CRTfags are the audiophiles of vidya
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>>80394141
>based and not poor like you




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