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/cyb/ + /sec/ - Cyberpunk and Cybersecurity General

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So was Amazon pulling out of New York bad for FAANG or did it show that tech companies have all the power? (being willing to walk away from the deal as Trump says)
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

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Assemble a part list
>Example gaming builds; click on blue titles to see notes
>How to assemble a PC
Want help?
>State the budget & CURRENCY
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photo editing, gaming) and graphics card pairing (if applicable)

CPUs based on current pricing:
>Athlon 200GE - HTPC, web browsing, bare minimum gaming (can be OC'd on some MSI mobos)
>R3 2200G - Recommended minimum gaming
>R5 2600/X - Good gaming & multithreaded work use CPUs
>i7-9700k/8700k - Extreme setup with RTX 2080/Ti
>R7 2700/X - Best high-end CPU on a non-HEDT platform
>Threadripper/Used Xeon - HEDT

>Always choose at least a two stick kit; 2x 8GB is recommended
>CPUs benefit from high speed RAM; 3000CL15 or 3400CL16 is ideal
>All AMD chipsets and Intel Z chipsets support XMP

Graphics cards based on current pricing:
>Used cards can be had for a steal; inquire about warranty
>GTX 1060, RX 570, RX 580 for older or less demanding titles
>RTX 2060 thanks to 6gb VRAM is only good as a short-term solution; consider 1070/Ti or Vega 56
>RTX 2060; consider 1070/Ti or Vega 56 if on sale
>RTX 2080 if you're looking for very high (100+) framerate and you have a CPU and monitor to match
2160p (4k)
>RTX 2080
>RTX 2080 Ti is better, but very expensive

>A 256GB or larger SSD is almost mandatory; consider m.2 form factor
>Bottleneck checkers are worthless
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Simulating the universe

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I'm not well versed into chemistry but if you could accurately simulate the smallest sub-atomic particles by themselves, would they naturally form bigger groups such as atoms? Would it then be possible to recreate the entire cosmos provided we have enough memory and computing power? Have there been any attempts?
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Convince me not to buy a Surface Book 2 right now
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/sqt/ - Stupid Questions Thread

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Previous thread


>GNU/Linux questions?

>PC building?

>Programming questions?

>Good, cheap, laptops?

>Cheap electronics?

>How to activate any version of windows?
>Where can I get Win 7 or LTSB?
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>your language of choice
>your fetish
I'll start:
>Java 7
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DIY Synthesis

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Just wondering if any of you /g/oys enjoy building electronic instruments/synths in your free time? I got into it a few years back and slowly started making things, starting with the basic APC units, 555s and guitar pedals. Now I'm building a multi-oscillator drone machine with added mapping (fm), passive mixer, lfo, vca, and vca.

Anyone else creating?