• CIPWTTKT&GC V41 - I understood some words
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I'm more interested in how bad the burn in is going to be on that OLED strip on the new Macbook Pro's...
[QUOTE=Levelog;51413837]For fucks sake buy one on ebay already.[/QUOTE] well now i'm scared these guys at least ship from seattle so i can replace it if i get fucked up again but with a screen coming from china i'd be shit out of luck and you know rng has completely failed me i wonder if there are any markets i can go to in the bay area to just get the thing tested there myself before buying but on the bright side i'm real damn fast at this stuff now
[QUOTE=Ezhik;51414117]and you know [B]rng [/B]has completely failed me[/QUOTE] til: irl is only pseudorandom
[QUOTE=B!N4RY;51414226]til: irl is only pseudorandom[/QUOTE] i got two nexus 6p that were manufactured on the same day and they both had shitty batteries, so irl is only pseudorandom
[QUOTE=B!N4RY;51414226]til: irl is only pseudorandom[/QUOTE] Hey, he said RNG not PRNG
[IMG]http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a166/ballsandy/New%20Bucket/IMG_6466.jpg[/IMG] ...and the 2016 Bad Packing Award goes to..... Mr. Hands.
[QUOTE=Dr. Deeps;51414015]I'm more interested in how bad the burn in is going to be on that OLED strip on the new Macbook Pro's...[/QUOTE] I'd imagine it's good enough for just over a year after the warranty expires, unless you get AppleCare, then you should be good for a while.
Looks like the previous owner of my R710 tried to brute force the iDRAC password :v: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/v8bgA4Q.png[/IMG]
[QUOTE=chipsnapper2;51413122]Really? Even on prebuilt desktops?[/QUOTE] I actually noticed today a normal-ass Lenovo Thinkcentre 8910 workstation actually had Virtualization enabled in the BIOS (but Vt-d disabled). I'm not sure if it was like that from factory, as it was from 2009, but I thought it was noteworthy because that usually [i]isn't[/i] the norm. Bizarre to have that enabled on a machine that actually had 512 MB of RAM as an option though, and currently only has 3 GB because 32 bit.
[QUOTE=Demache;51414858]I actually noticed today a normal-ass Lenovo Thinkcentre 8910 workstation actually had Virtualization enabled in the BIOS (but Vt-d disabled). I'm not sure if it was like that from factory, as it was from 2009, but I thought it was noteworthy because that usually [i]isn't[/i] the norm. Bizarre to have that enabled on a machine that doesn't even run 64 bit Windows.[/QUOTE] I know at least Dell with enable it if requested during the online build.
[QUOTE=Levelog;51414864]I know at least Dell with enable it if requested during the online build.[/QUOTE] Who knows. These machines were originally purchased new, although that would be a weird request in a call center. v:v:v Unless they were originally planning to virtualize their ancient script software in an XP VM because it only barely runs in 32 bit Windows 7.
[QUOTE=Snickerdoodle;51411568]This isn't really a build so I'll ask here Friend has a child that wants a Minecraft and Netflix laptop for $600 or below. Recommendations?[/QUOTE] if only consoles were portable, otherwise they do both requirements for half the price
[QUOTE=~Kiwi~v2;51414922][img]https://chie.club/files/images/st/661a0551-a640-4d68-84dc-0aeac2e551c4.png[/img] I think I have internet....[/QUOTE] This is a LoL-only error, [URL="https://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/5efdy9/fix_for_rads_error_patch_623/"]there's a reddit thread on it[/URL]
What's the current goto for starting a "while true" bash script on raspbian? Everything seems to be depreceated according to someone. (Trying to monitor a GPIO pin)
[img]http://cld.moe/files/cmd_2016-11-23_13-10-14.png[/img] Ha, you can now run windows executables from the Subsystem for Linux bash.
I didn't realize that MacType went OpenSource this year. Nice! And now it even seems to be compatible with Windows 10. Really missed having acceptable font rendering in my Windows Environment.
[QUOTE=Snickerdoodle;51411568]This isn't really a build so I'll ask here Friend has a child that wants a Minecraft and Netflix laptop for $600 or below. Recommendations?[/QUOTE] Literally any laptop on the market Just don't make them sink into the 1366x768 cancer
[QUOTE=Cold;51416099][img]http://cld.moe/files/cmd_2016-11-23_13-10-14.png[/img] Ha, you can now run windows executables from the Subsystem for Linux bash.[/QUOTE] But can you go full circle and run bash.exe in it???
So at my work place, my work station has a keyboard with a small backspace like this [t]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-b1PeqEknIKo/VVOIzH2tOXI/AAAAAAAANHI/AWZUm8gHjhg/s1600/IMG_5320.JPG[/t] I literally want to bring my own damn keyboard so I don't have to even deal with it for 8 hours a day.
Is a second hand 8GB Ram model Surface Pro that bad of a purchase.
[QUOTE=RoboChimp;51416232]Is a second hand 8GB Ram model Surface Pro that bad of a purchase.[/QUOTE] Depends on cost, condition, what you want to use it for and the rest of the specs.
[QUOTE=Cold;51416099][img]http://cld.moe/files/cmd_2016-11-23_13-10-14.png[/img] Ha, you can now run windows executables from the Subsystem for Linux bash.[/QUOTE] been like that for at least a couple weeks
[QUOTE=garychencool;51416178]So at my work place, my work station has a keyboard with a small backspace like this [t]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-b1PeqEknIKo/VVOIzH2tOXI/AAAAAAAANHI/AWZUm8gHjhg/s1600/IMG_5320.JPG[/t] I literally want to bring my own damn keyboard so I don't have to even deal with it for 8 hours a day.[/QUOTE] I got tired of typing on a keyboard that felt like my cat's belly, so I brought in the Choc Mini that I'd been keeping at home after liberating it from my last job. :v:
[QUOTE=Clive;51416398]Depends on cost, condition, what you want to use it for and the rest of the specs.[/QUOTE]Kinda want to use it for zbrush and as small pc that'll fit in a bag.
[QUOTE=B!N4RY;51416143]But can you go full circle and run bash.exe in it???[/QUOTE] [img]http://cld.moe/files/cmd_2016-11-23_16-24-14.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Cold;51416689][img]http://cld.moe/files/cmd_2016-11-23_16-24-14.png[/img][/QUOTE] damn i hate it when windows throws rror at me
[QUOTE=B!N4RY;51416821]damn i hate it when windows throws rror at me[/QUOTE] :rrerr:
[QUOTE=RoboChimp;51416232]Is a second hand 8GB Ram model Surface Pro that bad of a purchase.[/QUOTE] What generation? The new ones are pretty good.
[QUOTE=RoboChimp;51416232]Is a second hand 8GB Ram model Surface Pro that bad of a purchase.[/QUOTE] If it's a 4 be prepared for something to die. If it's a 3 be prepared for unfixable firmware issues. In either case the back paint will chip and it will be finicky with external monitors and the power button will probably turn to shit after extensive use.
[QUOTE=Levelog;51417066]If it's a 4 be prepared for something to die. If it's a 3 be prepared for unfixable firmware issues. In either case the back paint will chip and it will be finicky with external monitors and the power button will probably turn to shit after extensive use.[/QUOTE] I should have prefaced my statement with "if you don't get a lemon." They are pretty poorly QA'd and horribly reliable machines. I have had no qualms switching to Mac. But if you get a Surface with no problems they are decent... it's that "no problems" thing that is difficult.
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