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I bought an used card to wait for VEGA since I bought a freesync 4k screen that's not supported by my hd6870.
The card works well during msi kombustor stresstests, wont go over 52°C.
However, any game I launch makes the whole computer crash. So far I tested Crysis 3, CSGO and BF3. The system wont crash instantly, it's randomly minutes after the game starts. I already updated the drivers to the latest version. Uninstalled and reinstalled again. Used DDU to clean the old AMD drivers. What do now ? Also can't seem to find anything on the event log. when the system crash, EVERYTHING crashes. Have to manually press the restart button on the case to go forward.
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>>59587962
If your card is from Asus try to install MSI afterburner and turn on the option force constant voltage.
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>>59589181
>>59589227
Still OP here
You seem to be right about something though, when I run crysis 3 in full HD, the game doesnt crash. But why would I crash in 4k when it's not crashing in 4k msi kombustor stresstests ?
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>>59589391
It's this card http://www.materiel.net/carte-graphique/msi-geforce-gtx-660-twin-frozr-3-oc-2-go-81673.html
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>>59589415
nvidia and amd drivers detect when furmark is running and throttle clocks
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>>59591477

mmmh..makes sense but I still don't know what do

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How many programming languages could somebody realistically know at once?
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>>59590460
>SQL
>Java (Including knowing the general concept of every library it comes with)
>Bash
>GNU Core Utilities(Including SED/AWK)
>Regular Expressions
>HTML,CSS,JS,PHP or NodeJS
>Data Structures / Algorithms

If you cant answer a general question about any of these languages you are gone during the interview

Here is an example of interview questions you may be asked
>Write a left join on these two tables
>What does the final keyword do in java?
>Please write a bash script that accepts command line arguments

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>>59590460
like 5 or 6 my dude
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Depends on how you define "know"
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>>59590460
0
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>>59590544
>implying C++ isn't OOP

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How much does does a CS BSc make in your country?
Here it's $7000/mo on average for a uni graduate.
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>>59592538
Pretty shit m8
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>>59592036

I'm not. Minimal wage here is 22.000 ALL (or 176 USD). A programmer will earn 2-3 times more than that (hence 300 -> 500 dollars)
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>>59591578

300 dollars in North africa, engineers (the equivalent of a masters degree in the US) make about 500 to 600 dollars.
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>>59591578
Soo when I leave uni I have a possible job lined up for £28K per year.
I also have another job for £24K a year.
By the sounds of it those are shit tier jobs, am I getting screwed?
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>>59592897
Take a look at what the average salaries are where you'll be working. Make sure you're comparing salaries of people to yourself that have the same level of experience.

Check out what else they're offering you besides just a salary (if they are) and also think about where you'll be living.

Pros and cons.

If they seem to be lacking, try to negotiate a higher pay if it seems like they're not paying you what you're worth.

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What do you guys think of competitive programming? Would having gotten a medal in the IOI help me?
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Waste of time.

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watch the video if you think im lying
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhJgD91zFl4
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How you did that?
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>>59591438
Gratz

Also your channel is cancer
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hack the planet!
[spoiler] a good thread died for this [/spoiler]

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What is cloud computing, anyway?
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>>59591823
Let this intellectually superior Pajeet tell you what it is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnxrJiS5uKU
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>>59591823
(((cloud))) is what we are supposed to use to store all our data in exchange for the convenience of having it synced across multiple devices.
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>>59591823
the ultimate botnet

praise the overlords in watching you from the cloud, one day cloud computing is the personal computing

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Anyone here ever make bootleg movies?
I'm thinking of pirating some, burning them to some DVDs, and selling them for some cash.

Anyone have any stories or advice?
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>>59592767
>getting swatted for selling DVDs
lol this isn't 1984. That's like CP level reaction.
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>>59591403
this
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back in 2004 this would have been great for you. I actually did this

>ripped mkv to .vob
>virtualdubmod
>muxing audio
>creating dvd menus
>creating the navigation, chapters, etc.
>background music, bonus material

it wasn't nearly as easy at it is now but honestly anyone foolish enough to fall for your scam that would have worked 13 years ago deserves to part with it.
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>>59592653
OP this is the blackest shit I've ever read, we can smell your skin color from this post
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You're 15 years too late, my dude

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What kind of services do you run on it?
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>tfw too intelligent to use the stock cooler
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>nice posts about a server upgrade
>it's used to store furry porn
why anon?
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the event log starts in march 2011, I guess this is when it was first put in use

>>59592759
>>59592843
it currently has three linux vms, running my email and owncloud. and file server (with furry porn among other things)
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2013-2015 seem to have been pretty uneventful for the board

looks like it was running continuously from aug 2012 to feb 2016

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Why the fuck do startups only want Node.js developers?
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>>59588674
>>>59588674
>Because a decent sized server application written with node.js is generally more performant than one written in C++, let alone Java, and takes 1/20th the time to make.
>And don't bother arguing with me on this based on purely nothing but your preconceived notions

Fine. Link to some published benchmarks, that include the source code and document the server configurations used in testing. Then there will be no argument. Until then, this IS based on your preconceived notions, and vague memory of some benchmarks and blog posts.
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Compared to compiled languages:
Faster development
No compiling wait time
Vast existing library that's as easy to set up as running one command, highly documented
No seg faults
No memory leaks
Easy debugging
Higher flexibility of integrating new features into existing code.

I work for Microsoft Office and we are slowly bleeding to death. 10,000+ engineers work on Office. A build takes 48 hours to complete, we have teams and entire websites to manage builds. We have teams to support those teams and websites to manage the build websites. Getting something simple like a custom dialog box to appear takes one to six weeks. Our standard procedure is if something is wrong, crash the app on purpose so that we can get a memory dump sent back to us. Everything is built in house and we have no documentation for any of it (aside from notes people just make for themselves). Having a team of 20 work just as fast as a team of 10,000 is a pretty good deal
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>>59589665
I haven't checked on angular2 and I'm a bit behind on those front ends, but angular and all the others were much too slow.

I want to assume angular2 is as well, but I could simply be behind on them. I used to just write my own event-driven content updates.

>>59590811
-Compile time is pretty much nothing on a typical server application. And there are JIT tools to speed up development. But for millions of lines applications, yeah, for sure.
-"No seg faults" also isn't really true. node.js gets halt errors, even though you can suppress them I guess.
-Something similar to memory leaks also can happen in JS if you program shittier. Obviously far easier to avoid and way less consequential when they DO happen.

The rest are true, though. Especially the existing libraries (more open source JS than like all other languages combined, much of with are NPM modules), and easier debugging. Even though there are great debugging libraries for other languages to try to pretty much mimic JS ones, they still don't come close.

One of the biggest things you point out that's often overlooked is your last
>Higher flexibility of integrating new features into existing code.
C++ and Java became popular on this idea that classes would be able to be copied around from one application to the next. That turned out to be complete bullshit.

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>>59590811
That sounds like an issue with technical debt and corporate politics, not compiled code.

Millions of people work on Linux, 15mil+ lines of code, compiles under a day even if compiling everything, reasonably easy to make changes.
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>>59592299
>Classes are usually shit
+9000

Classes suck ass. You're always better off using structs and functions until you're 100% sure in hindsight that a struct+functions should be a class.

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Why does PCSX2 have such a shit performance compared to any other system emulator? Especially considering audio. It always has this glitchy feel to it regardless of settings
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Even the relatively new RPCS3 has considerably better performance compared to computational power required.
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>>59592904
Bullshit. PCSX2 isn't particularly demanding aside from a few games. It's audio emulation is nearly flawless. Post your CPU retard.
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>>59592967
i5-4690K
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OP just has a shit cpu I had a 3570k and it worked fine on that.
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>>59593001
>>59592967
>implying no glitchy background noise
Even youtube videos of emulation done on i7 have that.
It's a shitly coded emulator. Deal with it.

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Uptime thread?
Uptime thread.

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>>59592800
>>59592698
easy way to check if it's true. Post your current reading NOW. :^)
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>>59592836
It's easy to manipulate with sed without you ever knowing, either in text or image form.
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>>59592634
Those mushrooms appear to be severely overcooked.
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>he doesn't have a butane torch faucet
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>>59592079
"We was kangs an' shit."
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I want /pol/ to leave
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>>59592079
t. poojeet in America
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>>59592825
He could do it better though.
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>>59591781
The RGB lighting would be nice if it were to be able to tell the temperature. Only use I would see from that.

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>buy one of those gigantic noctua heatsinks
>within 3 months the pull from the heatsink rips the socket from the motherboard, crashes on my RX 480 and destroys the motherboard and GPU
Never again
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>>59587611
>things that never happened
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>>59590288
>Ignorance is okay, being an asshole is not.
This is 4chan, it's the other way around faggot.
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>>59587611
>I don't know how to read instructions
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One of three things must have happened for that to happen
>Motherboard ripped clean in half
>Backplate torn THROUGH the motherboard
>Four screws stripped clean off
The last is the least likely but for fucks sake four screws will hold an average man's weight, Noctua didn't cause this issue.
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>>59592130
I'm betting it wasn't mounted at all and just held together by the sheer force of thermal paste.

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Where does this piece go?
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Take a guess . . .
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>>59591713

Pooper
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>>59591713
Woah nice clock Ahmed!
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>>59592913
OwO

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Find a flaw.
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Why are all these Macfags here?

This board is for real tech enthusiasts who use Windows and Linux and Android and build their own computers....not tech illiterate faggot hipsters who think they're special for using a shitty locked down fashion accessory from Applel
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>>59573706
The OS is made for retards.
>window controls do stupid shit
>require a command key to get them to do what you'd expect
>every update breaks any customization
>itunes reinstalls by itself overnight
>memevault encryption only works on the original hard drive, so if you upgraded then fuck you
>every piece of mac software is like a 300 dollars
>keyboard is trash
>trackpad is mediocre
>gets hot as fuck if you do anything but go facebook with it
>fans sound like a dozen helicopters taking off
>constant lag with 10GBs RAM and an SSD
>won't boot Windows no matter what I do
>BootCamp flash drives won't boot

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desu macos seems like a Linux distro that has actual software such as Adobe Photomeme.
Shame about the price
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>>59573706
it cant run my gaymes
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>>59573706

It's a mac.



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