I have both an Intel HD 4600 GPU (Core i7 4790k CPU), and Radeon R9 285 card in my desktop. Anyways, since the HD is pretty much unused I decided to enable it in UEFI settings for the purpose of running OpenCL stuff on it.
Anyways I'm looking for software that can take advantage of OpenCL.
A Minecraft server in which I am an administrator on is getting logs full of TCP messages like "GETBALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZHTTP10" coming from the IP 220.127.116.11
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Too bad I can't rep due to the forum this thread is in. Anyways, thanks. GUIs certainly have their place, but the CLI is more efficient for some tasks. Always liked being able to just use a command in Linux to install stuff.
Firefox kinda sucks anyways. It always pauses any code executing in tabs that are not active, which breaks some web apps (Chrome does not seem to do this). If Mozilla wants revenue, maybe they should fix Firefox?
I just got a Samsung Galaxy S5 G900V, and I love it. It is about 5.1-inch screen and borders on being a phablet, but still fits nicely in my pocket. It did make me wonder though... what is the limit for the practical screen size on a smartphone? Surely much bigger than this 5.1 inch screen would...
What is the point of the desktop Intel Core i3? The Intel Pentium is more than enough for mainstream type use, and for other uses I normally see the i5 or i7s used. The PCs at school I go to for example use Core i5 mostly. I rarely even see i3s on desktops.