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Red Vs Blue by AlbertDegglehotch.art - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 09:00:00 EST ID:Mw0E3xZ0 No.121175 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Gotta love how Intel can't handle the competition and immediately resorts to throwing shade.
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AlbertDegglehotch.art - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 17:30:53 EST ID:Mw0E3xZ0 No.121178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121177
I wouldn't doubt if they stopped. They're no longer soldering their HEDT chips. I'm also liking how AMD's PCIe configuration is uniform across chips. PCIe nvme drives are really starting to explode in the high-end enthusiast market so this is really going to make this an interesting fight. Altogether though, Intel is shitting the bed with x299.

>complete hodgepodge or supported CPUs
>Intel seriously expects people to shell out $300+ on a premium x299 motherboard and stick a fucking 4 core, 4 thread i5 in there that only supports 1/3 the pcie lanes and 1/2 the DIMM slots in dual-channel mode and you don't even get an iGPU. You're literally getting less functionality than on a Z270 platform but paying twice as much. wtf.
>Need to spend at least $1,000 on a CPU just to get the full 44 PCIe lanes.
>Mobo vendors are pissed by the needless complexity this is causing and the cost increase that's coming with it. This is all rumor but word on the street is that X299 is a rush job to respond to AMD and the strain is falling on the shoulders of the vendors like ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte.
>Fucking RAID DRM. RAID 0 on an nvme drive is free but for RAID 1 and 10, you need to shell out an additional $100 on a little dongle that unlocks that feature and RAID 5 will require an even more expensive (I haven't seen a price yet but I'd expect $300) dongle. Fuck you Intel.
>Highest end CPU is $2,000. That's Xeon prices without Xeon features. If Threadripper has validated ECC Memory support, prosumers won't even consider Intel's gimped platform.
>Using what's probably tooth paste for TIM. This shit has been appallingly unacceptable since they started using it in the mainstream Haswells so of course it's not cool that they're now using it in their ultra-premium HEDT chips.

Intel is really trying hard to find out how much abuse it takes to make the market's fastest CPU completely not worth it to consumers in any shape or form.
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AlbertDegglehotch.art - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 17:58:55 EST ID:Mw0E3xZ0 No.121179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121176
Short answer is yes? The i7 7700k is probably the best general purpose CPU with strong multi-threading and untouched single-threaded performance. Only issue is that it's not really priced for mid-range. The i5s will have similar single-threaded performance but having only 4 threads is kinda getting to the point of being unacceptable and you'll start to run into issues with microstutters and general responsiveness. A 6-core/12 thread AMD R5 is a pretty decent compromise on multi-threaded and single-threaded performance. You won't get as high of a framerate in games that you'd see with an i5 but at least the frametimes will be silky smooth without less choppiness. I'd easily recommend the R5 1600 over an i5 7600k.

Other than that, you really don't want to be shopping below $200 for a CPU because you'll be trading off bad multi-threaded performance on the Intel side for bad single-threaded performance on AMDs side. I was hoping Ryzen would make the $150-ish price range more compelling but the 4 Core R5s just don't scale well and i3s are just...no.
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JennyDomblemeck.pm3 - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 04:58:12 EST ID:iLOjdNQ8 No.121180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121179
Thanks for the feed back. After some research, AMD is the way to go.
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MarthaSindertere.nlm - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 12:42:30 EST ID:CdmMquW1 No.121181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
After AMD's Bullzoer based blunder for like 5 years straight, I just hope they kick Intel's teeth in for once. I don't even care about components or build rigs anymore. I just hate seeing Intel shit on everyone beneath them. I'd also like for Nvidia to get shit on too but not as much.

*Secretly waits for IBM to trade business secrets with Intel so that Intel gets greedy and collapses into making cash registers like IBM.*
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EstherClaydale.htm - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 06:41:47 EST ID:OzCDXCg7 No.121184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121179
Yes, performance levels are a bit different, but in everyday use, you never really feel it....
AMDs have pretty mich always been cheaper than a comparable Intel CPU... they may be slower, but you actually get more bang for the buck in the end. This has pretty much always been AMD's strategy ever since they ripped off the 8086 and 286, make a CPU that's cheaper (and possibly better) than the competition. Intels have always been horribly expensive.

For any budget-minded user, I have always recommended AMD systems, they do their job well for what you pay... especially FX-series and black editions (which are also unlocked for overclocking)

>issues with microstutters and general responsiveness
I have never had this on an AMD system (or any system for that matter) because I have learned to at least balance my hardware, and usually built the rig up around performance in a desired role. The performance of your computer (ESPECIALLY gaming performance) is determined by the combined performance of all parts of your rig.... your system will never be quicker than the slowest part of your hardware setup (Remember going from an HDD to an SSD?)

3-4 FPS does not make a difference if the game engine and multiplayer system is properly coded (modern CoD, BF and other big franchise games usually aren't), nor does 10 or 15 FPS. Any proper modern game at least has a time based game loop, not a hardware based one.

I have many times saved upwards of 100-200€ just on going for AMD...
In my old IT department, there was a "tradition" of the IT guys building their own rigs... Going with an FX-6300 back then, I managed to get a complete (and quite good) programming rig for around 250€... I reused nearly the same build for my current gaming desktop and put an additional 100€ into it for a better GPU (R9 270x instead of R7 something) and mobo. The money I saved on not going Intel, was applied to better RAM sticks and a decent PSU with working safety functions...

sub-$200 CPUs are usable and can be decent, but the main reason I would go above that is because future-proofing a build is paramount if you don't want to waste money. I always recommend factoring in the lifetime of the co…
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Free AV by PhoebeMurdville.dwg - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:22:44 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.121069 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Back in the day, Avast and AVG used to be the go-to options, but they're quite bloated and advertising now.

What's good? Avira? Bitdefender? Panda Cloud?
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NigelSallerwill.exe - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 16:57:43 EST ID:loqJj/jT No.121070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121069
If you need to install something on someone else's machine and expect it to run indefinitely, Bitdefender. Otherwise, Windows Defender or Linux.
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NicholasBunspear.vm - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 03:32:45 EST ID:LkIgfqz1 No.121078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121069
Right now my AVGFree is pretty minimal in it's right hand corner popups. I kinda hated the new interface change but it seems OK now. Kinda ironed out the spectacle or scanning a file.

I was talking with firestick support, amazon person after a few things said got to site www. whatever to register, It went to www7:// avg picked whatever it was trying t install right away. Have almost gave up on it and they have always seemed to get it back together. How you work it is what matters if it will bug you all the time. Which is supposed to be once a month a few times a day, maybe twice in a month a few times. Been pretty quiet here.
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ShittingDettingridge.mov - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 02:14:00 EST ID:E7zwB8U8 No.121172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
On my Windows machines I use Windows Defender for real time protection and free Malwarebytes to catch anything else. I have ClamAV on my Linux machines, and they have a Windows version as well. It seems to catch email phishing scams more than anything else.


low profile video card by bigbabyzubas - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 00:33:18 EST ID:qzNuUUBO No.121091 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK, so my laptop died (RIP the zubtop) and i needed to buy soemthing on a budget, so i bought....a lenovo slim dekstop (the kinda you use in an office setting? yes im into that) and i realized im going to have to buy a Low Profile Video Card! im thinking a 1050ti would be the best choice, as most low profile cards are midrange at best. doe ANYONE have any reccomendations?


the pic is YOU DONT NEED A GOOD VIDEO CARD IF YOU BUY A COMPUTER THAT CANT FIT ONE related
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HamiltonDimblefud.ost - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 01:38:59 EST ID:loqJj/jT No.121094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The other option is an RX 460. Whatever you get, check the card length against both the case and the motherboard. The PSU should be fine but you can check that while you're at it.
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BeatriceFingershit.gz - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 19:05:46 EST ID:yXH1lrh7 No.121170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also check that the 16x pci-e slot is located so that the extra connector rising up from 1050ti actually goes to a free slot and not jamming to the case. Some low form factor lenovos had the slot so that you couldn't fit in a card that takes two slots. Also, should be fine for some medium detail gaming and it's quite cheap card too.


accessing broke ass phone (galaxy j3) by Johnny Fokko - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 21:29:24 EST ID:pB4qkO8Z No.121158 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>trying to help a family member out here and recover some files for them
>phone was squeezed by dickhead brother of said family member
>screen kaput (black)
>called the phone and was able to answer it, still working properly
>cant seem to put the pin in properly because im driving blind

TL;DR-

any way to crack this piece and access the internal memory with knowledge of the pin without an active display?
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MollyHessleson.cbt - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 11:44:10 EST ID:pB4qkO8Z No.121159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121158
Settled on buying the screen replacement from china.


Smart wardriving app ? by ShitSisslemut.reg - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 11:14:12 EST ID:vpfE8QdL No.121149 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That can measure distance ?
wifi analyzer can but it has no gps or log so its kinda useless


Help my friends by Alex - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 09:58:16 EST ID:zTAwQMZ6 No.121086 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to sell this, it's a Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex of 1tb
Honestly how much can I get with this??
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HeddaDessledot.psd - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 10:45:13 EST ID:loqJj/jT No.121087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That depends. Is there an ounce of weed taped to the back?
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ShittingHollyfield.txt - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 19:55:46 EST ID:qKI61JFN No.121090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121086
Eh, storage wise it could be useful. win 10, I don't think supports it. Maybe if you wiped (zeroe it out)
if it comes with 'their' software. Format it.

$15 bucks, maybe $25, $15 though considering one can get a newer used 1 TB
for $35 if they keep their eyes open. Yea, use it for storage, mirror a drive?

What can you sell it for, whatever somebody will pay. A terabyte drive may sound kinda tempting,,
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WalterDaddlebot.tar - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 05:33:30 EST ID:rx83Ywbh No.121099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make sure to run a magnet over it to properly wipe that data
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Sarah - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 18:24:23 EST ID:4T4z5shD No.121145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121086
Max 20$
https://linuxinpakistan.com


Parallels + Windows by BeatriceDuvinggold.ico - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 01:08:53 EST ID:d68NE8sZ No.121083 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I ripped my 1T HDD from my old Lenovo laptop
I need it to run on parallels so I can access g-mail accounts because some stupid google authorization not wanting to accept my passwords through another device because fuck google.
How do I load my now external win8 drive through parallels, please and I beg u.
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EdwinShittingford.sh - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 02:50:20 EST ID:uwSImicM No.121084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121083
I don't see it really happening very easily. Depending. Do you actually have parallels installed?

Use boot camp is my easiest suggestion, already native on mac os.

Get a windows ISO and run with boot camp, it (windows or whatever) can be deleted as easily
through the bootcamp program./

It's should offer an option for ISO install or dvd install. If you already have a dvd then about there.
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This would install windows as a dual boot option, Simple directions should get you there.
Not a mac user but installed windows through bootcamp a few times, I guess pretty
impressive I would say.

http://softlay.net/operating-system/windows-7-professional-full-version-free-download-iso-32-64-bit.html#junkie-tab-32bit <ISO link, looks OK to me for download if you have no install disk of windows.
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EdwinShittingford.sh - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 03:08:05 EST ID:uwSImicM No.121085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121084
Oh, totally missed your picture. I have installed on older osx systems so,, ehh. I'm kinda outdated and never really used macs, But

Installing Chrome os or android should work just fine for your google g-mail needs. either would work correctly.
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FuckingPockson.inf - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 18:33:03 EST ID:d68NE8sZ No.121096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121085
thanks i will take ur advice and I lov u
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ReubenBrinnerdit.gid - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 04:05:24 EST ID:GulL/BIC No.121114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121096
I love that interface. Hopeful it worked out or you.
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Sarah - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 18:21:35 EST ID:4T4z5shD No.121144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121084
Windows 7 All in One ISO fresh from here, Windows 8 is not best.
https://linuxinpakistan.com/windows-7-one-iso-download-free
if you want dual booting please reply i can guide you. Using grub


Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with WD PiDrive BerryBoot Edition 1TB - UASF BIP-148 Bitcoin Full Node by bitduck - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 13:34:44 EST ID:3bRLGAWb No.121081 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://thisisbitduck.blogspot.com/2017/06/raspberry-pi-3-model-b-with-wd-pidrive.html
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bigbabyzubas - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 00:35:55 EST ID:qzNuUUBO No.121093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121088
digital money
you buy pokemons with it
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ThomasMommerhure.cmd - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 14:47:01 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.121102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I got so many emails for my ATI card on craigslist, I couldn't figure out why.
Then I realized: oh yeah, BTC price is going up and people think, lol, that they can actually profit with just GPUs. No.

The BTC difficulty has shot up so high due to ASICS taking over and making money money.

Pic related: that's what you need to keep your 4 ATI GPUs cool enough to mine BTC.
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CharlesFablingned.gid - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:41:00 EST ID:1jw1ZUVy No.121103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121102
They're probably mining other things and hoping that the value will go up 20x.
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brkbnd - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:08:56 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.121105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121103
Remember, most plebs buy at the very top. By the time you're ready to buy its already peaked.
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ReubenPackleture.xif - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 06:38:44 EST ID:4PUsn6wq No.121132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121102
BRO, do you even HVAC fan?


open streetmap by PhoebeGiblingwell.scr - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:00:17 EST ID:vpfE8QdL No.121122 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone know of a android app that can import csv or klm overlays ?


prog/tool by facebook pass crack - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:18:20 EST ID:I0ccSPKb No.121109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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MartinWondlenot.hlp - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:27:14 EST ID:I0ccSPKb No.121110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sorry. wrong typing...
I m mean face pass crack...
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FuckDinkinstone.dll - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 22:41:42 EST ID:EYRPZ9Pq No.121111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121110
Thanks for explaining. I was very confused.


Wifi solution for desktop pc by CharlesBallydedging.txt - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 15:58:18 EST ID:l7l1inDk No.121075 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need wifi on my deaktop. What would the beat solutions be?

I run windows 7 and i would prefer something usb. Thanks
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JennyBrillerfodge.cpp - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 00:02:16 EST ID:uNvuZJBC No.121077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you should google for reviews because very few individual users are going to have tried a bunch of them. well maybe individual users can tell you the ones they used is good or bad, but not much else about other products or brands.

https://www.lifewire.com/top-wi-fi-usb-adapters-2377825
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DavidChapperspear.xlt - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:04:52 EST ID:1C4ggXSX No.121108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just buy a wifi pci card from amazon. Good day


wifi password hack by CharlotteHazzlelen.mov - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 15:41:11 EST ID:I0ccSPKb No.121089 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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any tool/program you guys propose?
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BeatriceGreenshaw.tmp - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:58:39 EST ID:7vdZBCWR No.121097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121095

If it's wep, it's really fast and easy. Google "wep crack", choose the first result.
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CarolineBuzzhood.mpeg - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 02:13:48 EST ID:G1Nuw5Lu No.121098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wps is weak, weak passphrases with wpa wpa2 are just as well be as vulnerable. Wep, weak.

op, get a 2nd router and hook it to an extra computer and set router to wps/on (which usually is by default.) find a program for wps, as well set up wep with a passphrase. Find a program like aircrack, or whatever. I think it does both as well wpa.

Install wireshark and mess round with it first of all. Takes awhile to somewhat understand it at a minimum. If you don't see the most basics of what is going on in the background, then hacking your weak wifi is basically accomplishing nothing in understanding.
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ThomasMommerhure.cmd - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 14:44:24 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.121101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121097
There's even GUI tools for it now.
Backtrack 3 used to have a GUI tool for cracking WEP or WPA, but in BT4 they removed it, probably so they could act more snobby "u don't know command line, rtfm."
The linux community has a lot of people that are dicks and love to be so superior.
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NathanielHorrystod.xlt - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 21:44:05 EST ID:RCoeVq60 No.121106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121101

That's nice. Last time I fiddled with it, it was command line, though not too complex. It always seemed like the sort of process that could just be point and click.

To be fair to the devs though, GUI tools are harder to maintain, and most people using a tool like this would be at least somewhat comfy on the command line. I wouldn't jump straight to "wanna be superior" as the dev's motivation, though I know that is a side-benefit for forum kiddies.
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RebeccaChondlehene.pub - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:19:23 EST ID:aJ6SXEpS No.121107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


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