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No.81412222 ViewReplyOriginalReport
So Vivaldi breaks more and more each update.
i read gtards screaming " stay away from Brave" .
The question is why?, not a goddamn shill just wondering why not Brave?

Whats the alternative?
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Whats your phone?

No.82041169 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
poco x3 pro here. Total cost with import and shipping 230euros (from eu so no tax)

>mfw i got a 1200euro flagship for 230euros
>fortnite on Epic settings with no lag
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Recommend me a bluetooth headphone/in-ear

No.82027473 ViewReplyOriginalReport
/g/uys, recommend me a bluetooth headphone and an in-ear "true wireless" (ie.: airpod) headphone.
I could pick up pic related for cheap, but I am sure there are better, noname ones out there.

> inb4 all Bluetooth headphones are shit
It's not for me desu, I used a OnePlus Bullet Wireless 2 for many years now and it worked just fine. It's a bitch to carry tho.

Thanks!

No.81430476 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>the admins found the hentai in my roaming profile pictures folder
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General: Fuck the Shills and Fanboys Edition

No.81546114 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>UPGRADE ADVICE
Post complete specs including monitor

>BUILD ADVICE
State budget, region, and monitor specs
List use cases (e.g. gaming, editing, rendering)
Assemble a preliminary parts list: https://pcpartpicker.com/

>RECOMMENDED CPUs
HTPC/Web Browsing: Athlon 3000G
Mid-range Workstation: R7 3700X, R7 5800X, i7 10700K
High-end Workstation: R9 3900X, R9 3950X, R9 5900X, R9 5950X
iGPU Gaming: R3 3200G, R5 4650G (only available on ebay and aliexpress)
Budget Gaming: R3 3100, i3 10100/F
Mid-range Gaming: R5 3600, i5 10400/F, i5 11400/F
High-end Gaming: R5 5600X, i5 11600K/F (Gear 1)

>RECOMMENDED GPU PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Budget 1080p: Used GTX 970, RX 470/570 4GB
Mid-range 1080p: RTX 2060, RX 5600 XT
High-end 1080p : RTX 3060, RX 5700 XT
Mid-range 1440p: RTX 3060 Ti, RX 6700 XT
High-end 1440p/2160p: RTX 3080, RX 6800 XT
Beware: Everything is overpriced

>RECOMMENDED RAM
Capacity: 2x8GB or 2x16GB
Speed and CAS Latency: 3200/3600MHz CL16
Beware: Some Intel motherboards (e.g. H410, B460) are limited to lower speeds

>RECOMMENDED COOLERS
https://linustechtips.com/topic/891730-cpu-cooler-performance-tier-list/

>RECOMMENDED PSUs
Basic Web Browsing: 400-450W
Gaming: 500-850W depending on GPU (aim for 50-75% at load)
https://linustechtips.com/topic/1116640-psucultists-psu-tier-list/

>RECOMMENDED SSDs
OS Drive: NVMe with TLC NAND + DRAM cache
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1B27_j9NDPU3cNlj2HKcrfpJKHkOf-Oi1DbuuQva2gT4/

>MOTHERBOARD INFO:
https://linustechtips.com/topic/1137619-motherboard-vrm-tier-list-v2-currently-amd-only/

>RECOMMENDED MONITORS
https://pcpartpicker.com/user/pcbg/saved/#view=RzdbjX

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No.81948784 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Let me guess you need more
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No.81930852 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Digital circuitry and signals was a mistake that society and the tech industry let happened. Digital circuitry relies on the wasteful and destructive nature of society to create cheap electronics with no thought or original ideas placed into them. Manchildren of the tech industry rely on the LEGO style nature of digital circuitry to create, and then exclaim "LOOK I MADE A NEW PRODUCT HURR DURR", when in reality all they did was put Lego together to create a worthless and shit structure. This Lego structure of course had to first be made drilled from the ground for crude oil, turned into plastics, and then shaped into a useful structure, so it could be wasted on manchildren mashing pieces together to create shit. Semi conductors and components are wasted for needlessly complex designs, just so the tech industry can mindlessly daisy chain digital designs together without little thought.
Analog circuity on the other hand require deliberate design, and the need for a simplistic yet capable design. A lean design that has no waste to it, and a design more representative of it's components, as simplicity should be the nature of electronics.
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No.81915546 ViewReplyOriginalReport
You guys think these things are going to cause a surge in brain cancer and Alzheimers
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No.81900792 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What's a tech job where I can do the least amount of work and get away with it for decent pay? Thinking about maybe junior sysadmin or a SOC, I want to do as little work possible while at work so I can focus on my side projects on company time.
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These things need to die

No.81833690 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
The self checkout is an absolute disaster. I cannot tell you how many arrests have been made (some false) for theft and assumed theft. The problem isn't really a technical one, but rather an ethical one.

So many people steal from these and they usually get away with it. The cameras do not matter. You all have been there right? You select the option for small avocados even though you hand picked the larger ones.

The issue is that businesses are making assumptions with these shitty devices. They are assuming that the customers will be honest. Well, I think we all know how that turned out. Cameras? Yeah, but how do you prove intent with cameras? What if a person just claims that they don't know how to use them or whatever? Playing dumb seems to work for them. Well, sometimes. I have also seen arrests made when the customer truly did not intend to steal (some people are fucking dumb and really do not know how to use self-checkouts).

Business owners, let's be honest. Self checkouts are a failure.
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