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Fooshi

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About Fooshi

  • Title
    Install Solus

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Kongeriket Noreg
  • Interests
    Tech, music, various motorsports, photography, shitposting

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 4790k @ 4.9Ghz (1.319v)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Maximus VII Ranger
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Beast 2x8GB 2400Mhz
  • GPU
    ASUS 1080 Strix (stock clocks)
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Air 540 + 2x2 Noctua NF-A14
  • Storage
    Intel 600P 1TB NVME / Samsung 840 Evo 250GB / 850 Evo 500GB / Seagate Ironwolf 8TB / 2x4TB HGST HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX 650W
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE + 2x Lenovo ThinkVision X24
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    Steelseries 6GV2 / Poker Vortex RGB (Nature White) / Ducky Shine 5 RGB (Black)
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 700 / Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Schiit Fulla 2 > Philips Fidelio X2 + Sonos Play 5 Gen 2 x2 (stereo mode)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 + Solus

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  1. That notch is the biggest malignant form of cancer I have ever seen. Let's hope it's just a really early prototype.
  2. 1.1.1.1

    According to dnsperf, it is indeed the fastest. It's not rated the best in uptime and quality, though. Overall, OpenDNS seems to be the best option.
  3. Jennifer is just as bad as Jessica Price. People are tired of self-victimisation and inserting sexism/racism/homophobia/etc where there clearly is none, and backlash is extremely overdue.
  4. Could Huawei please rethink their naming scheme? The Honor 7 was released in 2015, and now there's a 7S? What about the Honor 6X, released in 2016, one year after the 7? Why did the Mate series skip from 2 to 7 when they did some weird shit by splitting the Mate series from Ascend? Why is there a phone called P9 Lite Mini!? As someone who works in retail selling phones, Huawei makes things extremely difficult beyond reason.
  5. The EUs new internet copyright bill has been rejected

    SOPA, PIPA and all of its deviations prove this goes for the US as well.
  6. Try it yourself. Almost every game I've played introduces input lag when run in borderless fullscreen or windowed. Performance is very shoddy as well. I prefer exclusive fullscreen as it just seem to work significantly better overall.
  7. Re-installing Windows 10

    If you've installed Windows 10 once on your hardware, you can just install it normally and click "I do not have a product key" during install. It automatically activates when connected to the internet.
  8. What genre is this?

    That's actually dubstep. Or what was generally considered dubstep before it was bastardised / hijacked by Skrillex and Monstercat.
  9. If they can't data mine you to shit for revenue, you're essentially just wasting their bandwidth. We can't have any of that now, can we?
  10. Find an exchange open to your country, sign up with the proper documents in order (usually passport, tax statements, etc.), do your research on which currency you want to invest in and you're good to go. (In very simple terms). https://chainoperator.com/best-cryptocurrency-exchanges/ Chainoperator has a nice list of the most popular and trusted exchanges. Personally I use Bitstamp as they offer XRP is open to Norwegian citizens. Signing up to several is a good idea, as verification can take everything from a day up to several weeks. Things to keep in mind: - There's going to be a lot of fees. Trading a few 100 dollars here and there won't net you much in return. Direct credit card purchases / deposits are usually the biggest transaction fees, but pretty much instant. If you're patient, you can wire transfer, which has less fees, but can take on average up to 2 days. If you're within the EU and your exchange is within the EU, SEPA transactions are pretty cheap (if not free in some cases) depending on how much your bank wants to gouge you for money. - ONLY INVEST WHAT YOU ARE WILLING TO LOSE. You will most likely lose money in the beginning. Same old "buy low, sell high" goes. - Get yourself an app to keep track of prices. Blockfolio is my favourite, as you can enter your purchases and keep track of the current value of your holdings. Can also set notifications for specific price points and prices between different exchanges. - Get to know your governments' stance on crypto and if they want to tax your earnings. Some show no mercy, some are pretty lax. - At last, keep in mind crypto is only valuable if it can be used for something, otherwise it's just "internet funbux". Good luck, have fun and remember to not jump off a bridge if your choice of currency loses half its value in a day.
  11. legit windows ten torrent

    Shit. Might be redirecting me to the direct ISO download page as I'm on Linux right now.
  12. legit windows ten torrent

    Microsoft hosts official Windows 10 ISOs on their website. https://www.microsoft.com/nb-no/software-download/windows10ISO Don't even have to use the media creation tool. Just use Rufus after it's downloaded. Speeds are a tad bit meh, but seems to be fast enough at the moment. It's averaging 4MB/s for me atm. Not exactly maxing my 12MB/s connection, but should be done in about 15-20 mins at that rate.
  13. iPhone X grabs 35% of industry profits in Q4 2017

    Overpriced piece of shit with a fanatical following. Of course it would rake in cash.
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