Okay, first get the .iso file, then open a terminal.
it will ask you for your pasword, once you type it in anything run from the terminal will have administrative wrights
This will show you how each storage device is recognised by the system. You are looking for the line that shows your flash drive (storage devices should be sd<letter> and each partition should be labeled as sd<letter><number>) we're going to call the flash drive "sdx"
Now you need to find the iso from the terminal,
To show the folders in the current directioy,
cd <folder name>
To go into that folder,
To go up one folder
We're foing to call the iso "filename.iso"
Once you find the file and the flash drive name run
dd if=filename.iso of=/dev/sdx
This will copy the iso bit for bit to the flash drive.
For gaming I assume? How much do you value aesthetics and noise? Size?
Alright, if you have any questions just ask
... I know how to do it from a terminal using an iso, would that help?
If you put it on a list pcpp will give you an estimate, this is already padded so feel free to be close to it (unless you're overclocking, then pad it some more
I like the white. black motherboard with white accents in a wite case with blue lighting.
The white on black looks nice if done well
easiest: pushing the power button when you're done
Hardest: figuring out why the power button didn't do anything
They aren't that bad...
Oops, almost forgot about you. http://pcpartpicker.com/list/PFhnQV tbis is a bit more cost effective, i used a non-overclocking motherboard and lower wattage psu and only 8gb of less fancy ram. I tried not to mess with aestetics. Assuming 8gb of ram is enough (it usually is) and that overclocking won't be missed there is no performance loss.
As far as price/performance goes, not usually. But many people like to just because they can.
Question, why does the cpu cooler have a custom price?
It allows you to run your components faster than what they are designed for, but you have to have components that are built for it along with some extra juce available from the power supply
Sacrificing the ability to overclock your cpu would lower the price substantially, in a sec I'll draw up a list for it.
I think there are some psus that are specifically white and have white cables, I think the seasonic snow silent comes in white (I'll look around)
Edit: This is the psu I was thinking of, but it comes with black cables despite being white -_-
Thw integrated would probably be better.
Any particular reason for the i7?
Karma? How many kittens do I need to save to get this? Lol
How old is this laptop?
Im not sure i unserstand your question. Are you looking for a cpu that fits a motherboard you have? Or a general reccomendation of a cheap gaming cpu?
The two cooler master sicle flow fans on the front of my case. I don't mind the noise so I run them pretty hard.
Oah, given infinite time you can have infinite doge, i was thinking if you have infinite computing power you have infinite doge
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Im a tad under budget, but whatever.
if you have any questions feel free to ask
What soccet are you planning on using? I assume either lga1151 or lga2011v3
See the asterisk
My body is ready
sometimes video cards have support for only a certain numper of passive adaptors, some of which are used on the card itself to give different video outputs.
Try using an active adaptor or using monitors that use the native ports
The best way is to use a combination of torture tests and more conservative tests (like a benchmark) but really just about any load is acceptable as long as you state how you tested
I run prime95 until the temprature stabilizes. Some people say that it isn't useful to know how something performs under torture test loads, but if the temps are fine with prime95 you know that you will never have overheating problems unless something is very wrong.
Well, that is how the forums are already organized, so that would just mean a combined view from the entire forum.
as long as you don't put a ton of stress on it there shouldn't be any problems.
Note that in the grid of pins there should be one missing which corresponds to a blocked hole on the plug.
Not that I know of, it's probably a specific feature of that currency
Dogecoin isn't an infinite supply, the block size is just relatively large.
Seconded, expensive wifi cards are a scam.
Hmm, I don't have a solution, but I don't think it is really nessisary to have it as long as the pins are intact.
Was gonna suggest that :P
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/10/review-ubiquiti-unifi-made-me-realize-how-terrible-consumer-wi-fi-gear-is/ you should probrably read this to see what you're getting into
Well, it has one real advantage over the one I linked, it has a 3x3 antenna array vs a 2x2 on the one I linked. The point is kind of moot because that ap only has a 2x2 array.
The one I linked uses the intel 7260 chipset which is one of the fastest around. If you ask me, expensive wifi cards are a bit of a scam.
Well, the router and ap will try not to step on each other's toes, but it would be reccomended to see if you can turn wifi off on the router (I have also seen people put rf sheilding over their wifi router if they cannot deactivate the wifi network in settings)
If they are both broadcasting it will not effect range, but it could effect speed (which could be fixed with a touch of know-how) (doing the rf sheilding would be simpler though)
As far as hardware recommendations, there is no consumer grade "wifi router" that is faster and more reliable than an enterprise grade access point. It may be a bit more than you wanted to spend, but this thing will probrably be obsolete before you start having trouble with it. It will handily deliver the full internet speed to your computer and connect all of your wifi connected stuff too.
And this uses one of the best wifi cards intel makes and is well priced.
Hmm, interesting situation. My suggestion would be to use a wireless ap that has a 2.4 and 5ghz band and connecting the normal devices to 2.4ghz and your desktop to the 5ghz.
The logic behind this is that wifi is a "polite" standard, which means the ap talks to each device in turn. This means that the more devices that are connected the slower it gets. It also has to wait for other aps that are in range to talk to their devices, so you can't just throw more hardware at it. If you have a 2.4ghz and 5ghz band, the two bands can safely ignore each other as there can be no crosstalk. The 5ghz band is theoretically faster, but has a shorter range. Connecting everything else to the 2.4ghz network gives the expected results of wifi, kinda pokey but usually good enough. Then the computer connected to the 5ghz band has open range and no competition for bandwidth.
Yes, it is $60 and uses kalith switches
So cloud it is?
If you're going to use the accessories, definately. Some of the things are just handy to have around.
The accessories that differ are, alternative velor pads, a control box, a 2m extension, a trs x2 to trrs adapter, the travel bag, and an airplane adapter.
Velor pads- these are included as an alternative to the stock leather pads, they are made from a breathable fabric that will keep your ears from getting hot, but at the sacrifice of some of the low end sound and some sound leakage.
The control box- it has inline volume control and a mic mute
2m extension cable- pretty self explanitory
Trs x2 to trrs adapter- it changes the seperate mic and headphone plugs common to desktops to the single plug with both mic and headphones like is found on phones or ultrabooks.
Travel bag- once again, self explanitory
Airplane adaptor- airplanes use weird plugs for audio for no particular reason (i think its ts x2), this is an adaptor for that.
What internet speed do you have and do you do any intranet stuff (for example gamestreaming or a upnp server or nas)
It's your choice if you want the accessories, I actually kind of like the extension and trsx2 to trrs adapter.
Well, the point of an access point is to broadcast a wifi network and to connected the divices to the network it is plugged into. It wouldn't "extend" the wifi network so much as make an entirely new one.
will provide more details later
This isn't uncommon, for example sapphire makes amd cards exclusively and pcpartner (the company that manufactures sapphire's cards) actually asked sapphire if they would want to and they blatantly refused. So pcpartner made a company as a subsidy named zotac that only sells nvidia cards.
Well, I'm not someone who likes to have a bunch of extras bundled onto my stuff. So I personally would get the core, but that's your desision
There is a value for it in the specs, 250 is about average. This one is 180
the number keys are normal, but if you want to use the f keys you have to press fn. The layout is similar to many laptop keyboards