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/g/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.
/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site.

For tech support/issues with computers, use /wsr/ - Worksafe Requests or one of the following:
https://startpage.com/ or https://duckduckgo.com (i.e., fucking google it)

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This thread is about the appreciation of whorology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required viewing for newbies:
https://youtu.be/u7xRjE3Sylw [Embed]

>Strap Guide:

>Watch essentials 102:

Previous Thread:
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This is legit cool. They're asking a bit too much for +-60spm quartz though.
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anyone ID this watch from the lume?
>"It's likely a ___ because they make all the obnoxious ana-digi watches."
>"It also says _Twin Sensor_"
>"Let me just put those three words into Google..."
Took about five seconds.

What are the best ESP32 board that doesn't have upload problems?
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>implying i dont know how to use it
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i got 2 and succeeded in flashing 1, another just keep failing with invalid head of packet, so i went to read the bug reports and apparently it's a common problem.
so now i am trying to find which board will have the least problem
my board is DOIT esp32 devkit v1 clone btw

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Tell me a good reason to NOT use Ubuntu.
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Manjaro is the new Ubuntu
>Measuring a distro on its "noob level"
Literally anyone who actually knows anything about Linux would never be concerned about such bs. Its just insecure tryhard faggots that feel the need to constantly remind everyone they are a super badass because the do stuff the hard way.
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>NixOS is much easier
>once you learn a whole new syntax and language
Nice. Sound like it just werkz.
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unity was better than gnome

A couple years ago, if you asked about Python 2 vs Python 3, everybody would tell you to stick with Python 2.7 because that was the most widely supported.

What's the case these days? At work, all our production machines run Python 2.7, so I need to keep writing that no matter what. But is it worth it to spend time learning Python 3? What are the advantages, really?
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o lawd what kind of autist nest have i rumbled
>Python doesn't have any kind of goto
Fuck this
I'm reminded of when W3C wanted to switch from HTML to XHTML, for reasons that weren't very clear. Why did they want to switch, anyway? I never saw a clear explanation of that.
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I always liked that. It was much more strict of a DOM. An effort to put an end to sloppy markup and improve cross-browser compatibility.

Remember in the mid-90s when a lot of sites would say "Select your browser" and they would have separate sites for IE and Netscape? XHTML was largely to thank for the end of that.
9/10 would buy
Needs a black model


>Concurrent copy and kernel execution: Yes with 7 copy engine(s)

>Concurrent copy and kernel execution: Yes with 7 copy engine(s)
so it's VM monster? how is it relevant to my /g/aymes?

How to request purchase advice: http://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub

For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg

/g/ wiki headphone FAQ: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

Headphone guide: https://canpicker.com/

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>O2 parts cost ~$60-80 DIY (less if you use a ghetto enclosure)
>ODAC board cost $99 DIY

A 50% markup over COGS is reasonable, though actual wholesale prices might have come down over the years. It's not bad thought definitely not as competitive pricewise as it was years ago.
lcd-x or hd800s coming from hd600, i want an all rounder that sounds good with music

I trust the opinions of canadian and indo anons over the majority of this board when it comes to higher end headphones and both of them own flagship stats now. I heard the L700 is an excellent value for money in their lineup.
Nicehck bro, which is the same as the BGVP DN1 just with different colors.

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post some of the best tech you own/have found for under 400$. Laptops, TVs, anything with circuitry. Pic related it's an Asus PB258Q, snagged it for 250CAD a few months ago.

Poorfags welcome.
Richfags >>>/out/
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Moto Z Play for $350
Snapdragon 625
3500 mah battery
32 GB + mSD slot
1080p AMOLED
3.5 mm audio jack
Stock Android
Support for Moto Mods (extended battery, etc)
>not buying a xiaomi redmi note 4x for 1/3rd the cost

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>ShowMe quality control
>ShowMe support
>have phone since released
>been perfect

Nexus 5. Still have no reason to replace it. Other phones in the same price range don't seem like much of an upgrade, and I don't use my phone often enough to justify the cost of an upgrade.

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/SQT/ - Stupid Question Thread

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New to machine learning and want to create a project for myself. The idea is to create a program that able to space invaders, but then the idea came about: Is it possible to make a network that's able play a wider array of games? For example, if this program is successful in beating space invaders can it also learn to play a different game genres?
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i have an "old" cq61 330-SS laptop, how do i know if the drivers are correct/updated? using windows 7 and searching hp for frivers i get 3 possible options
Should I expect m.2 sata iii SSD (2280 format) to die and get replaced by pcie, decrease price or stay as they are now?
Advantages of calling the function:
>it's easy
>it works
>it does what you want it to do

Advantages of passing in the appropriate object:
>can use custom classes and objects
>can easily do fault injection to see what happens
>don't need it
>it something callers can fuck up

The compromise solution nobody likes:
>support both

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It’s probably formatted for use with Linux. If you don’t care about the contents of the drive and just want to use it, press win+r, type ‘diskpart’> , click yes, do ‘list disk’ and find the flash drive in the list. Type ‘select disk [number]’, make sure you have the right one, then type ‘clean’. You should then be able to format it using disk management.

>Be lagdroid user
>hurr I need a cool keyboard
>get pwned

>A large portion of the records also included the user's phone number and the name of their cell phone provider, and in some cases their IP address and name of their internet provider if connected to Wi-Fi. Many records contain specific details of a user's public Google profile, including email addresses, dates of birth, genders, and profile photos.
>We also found several tables of contact data uploaded from a user's phone. One table listed 10.7 million email addresses, while another contained 374.6 million phone numbers. It's not clear for what reason the app uploaded email addresses and phone numbers of contacts on users' phones. Several tables contained lists of each app installed on a user's device, such as banking apps and dating apps.

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>that villain isn't so bad because he became a villain after the other one
>motto is do no evil
>does nothing but evil
It is, look at GBoard
yes it would
>be lagdroid user
>need arrows, tab and ctrl
>install hackers keyboard, free software
>nothing bad happend

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Is your girlfriend as interested in technology as you are?
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Oh I know it, I'm quite lucky

I am tech savvy gf looking for tech savvy bf pls respond
>tfw cucked by brogrammer
helo biutiful
show bob?
nigga, that’s a video camera.

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I'm opening up a new one because the current (now old) one is about to die.

What should I do about my current monitor situation? Should I buy an old HP LP2475W monitor to match my second monitor? An anon said to buy a used 30" 2560x1600 monitor off eBay, but they are a bit pricey and not a lot of them are being sold at a good price.
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>furry cat is right next to open cup of tea, which sits next to an expensive keyboard and monitor

this image makes me feel sick
that was cool as shit.
my cat would never hurt any of my things ):
It's my own edit.
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Hardware: Lightpack for PC
Software: Ambibox
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Pleb tier anime taste, fix your bed.
The rest is okay I guess.

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Looking to switch from Ubuntu for something that runs KDE for my laptop. Any suggestions?
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mint kde
oh wait
kde neon, arch kde.
First post best post.
Manjaro KDE
Seconding openSUSE Tumbleweed.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports
sudo apt install kubuntu-desktop

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What's the deal with TR4 motherboards, /g/?

Every single one of them is RGB LED gaymer bullshit right now, I mean look at this Asrock - this is apparently considered the *least* tacky board out right now and it's atrocious. I want to put a TR in a new homeserver build, and there's no way I'm doing it with one of these. Is no one making server-oriented boards for Threadripper? Will someone eventually?
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And just putting this out there, that board is looking pretty close to being able to be chopped down to mITX size.
You wont ever see it if youre gonna put it into a home server you mega autist
Sort of negating the point of a high thread, high pci lane cpu.

I don't care if no one ever sees it, I don't want to buy this bullshit. I'm not installing Windows to disable LEDs from being on all the time. No one's going to make a server type board for this socket? With server oriented components e.g. a dedicated IPMI port? Am I supposed to buy Epyc for these features?
Maybe if Asrock Rack shows up with a board. But so far, I've only ever seen them make boards for intel platforms. I guess board makers sees the juvenile gamer market as more worthwhile.

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They see your cookies edition

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>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
FAQ https://pastebin.com/hrXxMHs9
WIKI https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers

Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

Remember the following:
>Staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before.

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Die, noob.
It will eventually show up here.


Rarbg is good enough for 95% of torrent downloaders.
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>spend too much time writing detailed replies in wordpad
>replies don't fit in the text boxes
>applications are closed
Why not?
Ask the uploaders on ptp who put it on their uploads.

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