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About xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

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    Voted as Linus Tech Tips best forum member of 2013
  • Birthday 1988-01-07

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  1. Where have you been best friend? I miss you

  2. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    What did you manage on your 970?

    Defraggler
  3. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    They said I'd never all of my 32gb of RAM...

    Ok .. simple question What data do they fill that RAM with? Just random junk? What you said is not true at all. Software will use as much memory as it is programmed to use. It will not take up memory unless it is instructed to take up memory. Every bit that is used is used for a reason.
  4. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Ccleaner Ok for an SSD?

    Also, a typical SSD will last at over 800TB written data. You would have to defrag the SSD tens of thousands of times to kill it. Get real.
  5. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Ccleaner Ok for an SSD?

    Yes, and because of this defraggler will not defrag and SSD. Pretty simple.
  6. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Ccleaner Ok for an SSD?

    Please explain how the act of defragging a SSD will in any way harm it. The reason people dont recommend it is because of the waste of write cycles, not because the act/concept of defragging causes any harm itself.
  7. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Ccleaner Ok for an SSD?

    a
  8. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Ccleaner Ok for an SSD?

    Yes I also recommend defraggler 1. No it isnt 2. it wont defrag SSDs It is made by piriform just like Ccleaner. He more than likely has mechanical drives as well.
  9. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    How do liquid coolers keep from having condensation?

    By abiding by the laws of physics
  10. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Storing pictures in an mysql database

    Store the paths/urls in the database. You will find that storing the images themselves in the database is much more expensive. If you need to send aditional information then encode that data using XML/JSON in your applicaton and send it with the image URL/path.
  11. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    [UK only - Amazon,Currys,Microsoft store] Preorder your Microsoft Band now!

    More like plebble lmaooooo
  12. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    [UK only - Amazon,Currys,Microsoft store] Preorder your Microsoft Band now!

    How is this a deal?
  13. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Needed quickly: Somebody to write a PHP script to handle a couple of file uploads + email form fields

    Nvm Found an Indian guy on odesk
  14. xXxYOLOxSWAGxXx_420BlazeIt

    Needed quickly: Somebody to write a PHP script to handle a couple of file uploads + email form fields

    Some work I cant be bothered doing but am getting paid for tomororow morning. It is for a web based job application form.
  15. Paying £15 GBP per hour. Paypal/Bank transfer only. Should only take an hour. 2 at most. Need it done now.
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