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  1. In Topic: What to look at when comparing processors? Ordered list?

    Posted 19 Aug 2013

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    Generation, nanometers, and then reviews.


    This basically holds true. Without knowledge of what kind of system you're running though, you can only kind of "theoretically" guess comparisons. Generation is my first pick, and then Nanometers due to motherboard placement, and then I look at reviews. Someone, somewhere, has bought whatever you are trying to buy before you have and then posted a review. In a perfect world, you could find a review with specs similar to the rig that you are trying to run, and then you would know immediately what works with what. But in most cases, you can only hope to get close. Reviews are a godsend. Use them. A lot.
  2. In Topic: You won't like this. Oh well.

    Posted 2 Aug 2013

    View Postmacosxnerd101, on 01 August 2013 - 04:51 PM, said:

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    For those who are willing to (or at least aren't blatant Gimme Teh Codez), I'll be happy to spend a good deal of time to help them in the right direction, which includes time I spend researching and debugging their code on my own in order to answer the questions. If someone isn't willing to invest any time themselves though, I'm not willing to invest a lot of my own.


    You'd be a lot of help in the C/C++ section.... ;)/>/>


    Maybe I just misread the tone.


    No I was seriously saying, that attitude would be awesome. No snarkyness intended at all. It does sound dickish though now that I look at it.

    Oh and sorry about the Necroposting, I legitimately forgot to check dates. That's my fault.
  3. In Topic: You won't like this. Oh well.

    Posted 1 Aug 2013

    View Postmacosxnerd101, on 01 August 2013 - 01:37 PM, said:

    Is this a case of just a big misunderstanding?



    It could very well be. I'm open to that.
  4. In Topic: You won't like this. Oh well.

    Posted 1 Aug 2013

    View Postjimblumberg, on 01 August 2013 - 12:37 PM, said:

    @kiwiheretic
    Programming takes work and IMO the OP doesn't want to do the work.


    I'm in a job that doesn't require programming skills in the least. I am not in school for programming. I am doing this for my own satisfaction. An easy way to explain what you said in a non-rude tone would have been "Oh we don't actually compile everyone's code. It would be easier if you would compile it so we can scan it quickly and figure out what's going on" and "Look up in your book the different types of variables, some of these are used incorrectly. Learn the difference between this and that and you'll find your answer."

    It's less words than the reply you wrote yet it conveys a message that makes me actually want to go do. Acting pretentious is in no way, shape, or form a helpful thing. Keep bashing me all you want, but go back and try to see it through my point of view.
  5. In Topic: How you feel if no answer is given to post?

    Posted 31 Jul 2013

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    For those who are willing to (or at least aren't blatant Gimme Teh Codez), I'll be happy to spend a good deal of time to help them in the right direction, which includes time I spend researching and debugging their code on my own in order to answer the questions. If someone isn't willing to invest any time themselves though, I'm not willing to invest a lot of my own.


    You'd be a lot of help in the C/C++ section.... ;)

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