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Alurit

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About Alurit

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    Probably sleeping

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  • CPU
    Intel i5-4690k @ 4.3Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97X-GAMING 3
  • RAM
    2x8GB HyperX Fury 1866 OC'd to 2000Mhz
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    Sapphire R9 390 @ 1084/1600
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    Bitfenix NEOS
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    250GB samsung 850 evo + 2TB Seagate Barracuda
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    Coolarmaster G650M 650W 80+Bronze
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    some cheap 1080p LG ips
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    coolermaster hyper 212, flexing my case
  1. $30bn by 2020 is an effin optimistic prediction. did even the smartphone market grow to $30bn in 3&1/2 years?
  2. that is still weakening security though, cause keys can leak in a security breach
  3. it's not $8000 a month, december is when the advertisement money is at its peak. in january is at it's lowest, according to TB it's down 75% this year, meaning for the same views he'd get $2k instead of $8k. judging by last year's example youtubers are making half as much money per month from january to about june-ish. it would be closer to $65-70k a year, and that's not even salary, but small business earning, different tax rates apply to that, I don't know if in the us it's more or less than personal earning tax so can't estimate on that
  4. I thank good that ISP in my country are not as bad. they provide cable modems for free and the prices are lower than what us ISPs ask, and I don't think I have experienced more than 1 internet outage or even slowdown in the last 6 months, not to mention I have not seen landline internet service offerings with a bandwidth cap since the early 2000's
  5. it's free facebook and other select services like BBC news, accu weather etc.. if it had free internet to every website, india and egypt would not have shut it down, but as it is it violates net neutrality
  6. 10k people out of 64m is was less than the number if people with severe color-blindness. according to http://www.colourblindawareness.org/ 2% of the population has moderate to severe color-blindness, and 10k out of 64m is 0.015%
  7. you can pick upcs go for $5-6, gta v was something like $35 the lowest
  8. I think it more have to do with malware in ads than intrusive ads
  9. I'm not familiar with windows server but is it like IBM, where they charge you more if you want to use more cpu's with z/OS?
  10. me neither. that's why it's off for me and only activate on sites when there's no way around it. it get a lot of broken flash signs as ads on youtube but whatever, if it shows up I think it counts as ad shown, it's the advertiser's fault that he gets a false positive ad-count cause he used flash
  11. in my experience it's best to find a good site, and even then in the central eastern european region it's kinda hard to be honest, not that many people sell and not that many people buy and folk overvalue their stuff as if it was as value keeping as a car or something. most of the stuff I've seen was people from small businesses buying parts, return vat, and than sell them for more than the pre vat price and less than the after post vat price
  12. that also cut my eye, but being a really unknown brand I worry that it might be some low quality screen. my mother once bought a 120 euro samsung phone and the touchscreen on it was barely usable, with lot of the not being able to register touches
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