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  2. Sad, but true, on both accounts. Fortunately, some of us know better and can try to help them have a better life, even if they don't know about it…much like when water standards were put into place for drinking water so lead pipes and the like couldn't be used anymore. Most people had no idea, and it got them water just fine.
  3. Tristan n

    No 4 pin with psu

    Here is a photo of my motherboard
  4. mikeybal

    Problems with graphics card

    there was only 2 options and mine was the red dragon one so i chose that one, so it couldn't really have been the wrong bios https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=AMD&manufacturer=Powercolor&model=RX+570&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since= think i will remove graphics card and use my integrated vega graphics to make sure everything is ok besides gpu, then i will take to a computer shop for help. If it costs too much to fix, just going to return the card since there were initial driver problems and its second hand
  5. I'm the same way. I would lose my job and probably wind up on the 6 o'clock and 11 o'clock news for just stating the political party I par take in.
  6. Except, a session is just a session. That's kinda what the super cookie was designed to get around…it isn't a normal browser cookie. You also need to go remove all the data from Flash, Java, Shockwave (if anybody remembers or still has it), Silverlight, etc, at the same time. But, thanks to fingerprinting, they'll still all just put it back after you connect to one of the sites with tracking anyway. As for no effect on the user…and it not being negative….that's partially true via perspective, but also not from a grand scheme of things. One can certainly argue that sites being paid more for their advertisement placements is a good thing, and companies not wasting money showing advertisements to people who wouldn't be interested is a good thing too. But, that's really where the "good" side ends. Privacy and anonymity are no longer in your hands when tracking is in place. Then there are things like Google handing over every cell phone user's data and history that was within the area of a crime, and people being falsely targeted by law enforcement, etc. The slippery slope gets pretty nasty, even if it doesn't affect most users today. Except that it really can't be changed and removed. They still have the data, and they still track it all. The only difference if you're not logged in when it happens is that you don't see that they know it, just that recommended things subtly change over time. Even when Google said they would add a feature to remove this, they said from the specific database, not from all their tracking. They're not stupid, that's how they make their money, so they're not going to GIVE you a way to remove their revenue source.
  7. TrigrH

    Noctua NF-A14 fans rising and falling in speed

    You might need a powered hub, the industrial models use a stronger motor and require more power to my knowledge.
  8. Hello there, I am IrohaMirai. I am an average weeb so Anime is my second priority, Study is my first priority! Here's my PC Build :3

    60881202_2267192653545810_8251969280539623424_n.jpg

  9. You shouldn't have any problem.
  10. Very true. But that 95% also does not care about there privacy and only want something to bitch about.
  11. The_Q42

    Help me buy a gaming mouse (looking at g903)

    I think I'm going to grab the 903 after going hands on tonight (been a while since I've checked these things out in person). Thanks again for the input, guys!
  12. Ever been typing a word and mess up a letter, so you go back, but you hit backspace 2 times then you instinctively type just that one letter even though you know you now need 2 extra letters and you progressively keep messing up worse and worse trying to fix it until you don't even remember and can't tell by looking at it what you were trying to type? Then you just have to delete the whole sentence to restore your ability to produce rational thought?

    1. ARikozuM

      ARikozuM

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      No mistakes allowed without context. We execute terrible papers on the first mistake. 

  13. How does blocking adds make you interent experience a waist? Hardly anyone has 100s of logings. And why on Earth would you let your browsers remember your login Why would you want that? True. All of witch can be changed/removed
  14. ChrisZH

    Air pockets in loop

    It seems like the conquer really allows vibrations everywhere lol. How would you suggest stopping them?
  15. Smackaroy

    get new monitor or not?

    my current monitor is a acer xf270hu and im thinking of getting a acer x35p do you think i should save up and get it or stick with my current monitor?
  16. for each infraction? or thats the upper limit for the entire year?
  17. So far I've had a brand new AIO for 3 weeks and have been checking every morning when I power things on to see if its not leaking. There are some risks involved, but I have to admit I really enjoy the aesthetics of it and how quiet it is. Going back 6 years ago it was the first time I had an AIO it lasted about 2 years, but I think my brother had it for 2 years before me. It leaked on a GTX 860 and ruined the graphics card. I was lucky it was the only component that was damaged. I'm hoping my current AIO will last me 3 to 5 years
  18. Fines dont work... All these regulators from <insert country> are either just using their weight to get free $ out of Googlebook, or are absolute mongoloids who dont understand that the indiscriminate collection and sale of user data is what gets these companies all their money in the first place. The only true solution is to give them an ultimatum: comply to the absolute degree, or get ISPs to block Googlebook at the DNS and IP level across the entire country. Establish a country-wide stance that anyone who finds workarounds to access the offending services, are no longer protected by regulation if shit happens.
  19. Revenue split. That’s about it. What baffles me is that Epic usually has some good software guys on there. So why does it have to take quite a while to program a shopping cart in, especially since even smaller websites with far less people working on software already does so.
  20. In my experience it always gives a new Ip aside from with spectrum or twc Super cookies are usoly removed when wiping you interent session in most modern browsers. Not that it really matters. These tracking things have almost no effect on the user and what effect they do have isn't negative
  21. This is basically standard procedure for any large company. Most have a social media policy that you agree to upon accepting a job offer. The typical rules are "Don't say anything stupid that will embarrass the company" - and that includes things that are overly offensive. People can say stupid or offensive things, as long as they do so anonymously. But if your employer finds out - don't be upset if they fire you over it.
  22. givingtnt

    New universal codec, Basis, may replace JPEG

    Please make the extension .bs because I want to save Final.bs and upload Final.bs
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