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About Theminecraftaddict555

  • Title
    Cat emotes is love cat emotes is life

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  • CPU
    Intel Pentium g4560 (Pretty much a cheap version of the i3-6100)
  • Motherboard
    Asrock B250M PRO4
  • RAM
    G Skill Ripjaws 8x2 16gb of ram (2800mhz)
  • GPU
    rx 480 4gb
  • Case
    Nzxt S340 (Would recommend)
  • Storage
    WD 1TB 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    evga bq 500w
  • Cooling
    Using two preinstalled fans (1 front + 1 rear)
  • Keyboard
    Some standard logitech keyboard
  • Mouse
    Rival 300
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit
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  1. First Uncensored Adult Game for Steam gets Banned in 28 Countries

    Pornography = ok adult game = Intense aneurysm intensifies
  2. Ps3 buzzing sound in-menu and game

    Yep tried the headphones through the monitor when using my pc, works just fine
  3. Ps3 buzzing sound in-menu and game

    I'll get back to you on that
  4. Ps3 buzzing sound in-menu and game

    After connecting my headphones to the pc monitor my ps3 is connected to, I start hearing a faint buzzing sound in one of the "ears" of my headphones when playing ps3 games and while in the ps3 menu. I have tried these headphones on my pc and laptop, they do not generate that kind of sound. I also tried using other headphones I had and had the same results when playing my ps3. Extra info: -PC and ps3 is connected to pc monitor via switcher through hdmi (look below) -Ps3 is using component display cables that are connected to this adapter (usb is connected to usb-hub plugged into ps3) in which the hdmi cable connected to the adapter is connected to this switcher -hdmi connector on switch connecting the 2 hdmi cables, 1 for pc and 1 for ps3's "adapter", is connected to monitor -Monitor brand is this one: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/sh38TW/aoc-g2460vq6-240-60hz-monitor-g2460vq6
  5. Question about absolute and relative measurements?

    Doing some google searches of both terms, Is it correct that relative measurements require comparing one thing to another? For absolute measurements, is it right that it requires mathametical equations and some absolute value like measuring wattage? If you have any more differences between them, please do share.
  6. Recommended airsoft gun for a beginner?

    What salt guns would you recommend? They seem to be what i want since all i'm doing is killing insects
  7. Recommended airsoft gun for a beginner?

    All those options seem very pricey. Just for fun. Not planning to shoot people or anything besides bugs and spiders
  8. Recommended airsoft gun for a beginner?

    BB gun =/= airsoft
  9. Recommended airsoft gun for a beginner?

    I'm planning to purchase an airsoft gun just to hunt annoying bugs, arachnids around the house with reduced danger compared to my bb gun. Since I'm a beginner and have no idea how to tell which one is good or not, I need some assistance and willing to spell out specific info about what i need from an airsoft gun. What i want from the airsoft gun -Shoot pellets strong enough to kill most insects in the midwest, but cause no damage to structure and not seriously injure anyone -Semi-auto without needing to cock the gun every time it is shot -light and simplistic to use -cheap but reliable (willing to up the price if needed) -preferred place to buy is amazon
  10. Why would someone configure an ssid on a Wieless AP separate from the interfaces?

    Looking at an older lab that i did in one of my networking classes, it seemed that we did a similar activity on the cisco ap we are talking about. Through tera term, we would configure it like this 1. first configuring the BVI int. with address + mask 2. doing dot11 ssid "name" to name our ssid (not sure if on the bvi int. or separate from it) 3. using authentication "type" to set authentication 4. forced it to use guest mode 5. binded all the dot11 radio ints. to the ssid
  11. Why would someone configure an ssid on a Wieless AP separate from the interfaces?

    I'm talking about configuring an actual SSID inside the cisco AP devices without going into the interfaces when configuring them.
  12. Why would someone configure an ssid on a Wieless AP separate from the interfaces?

    cisco 1242 access point Could you clarify that a bit?
  13. Why would someone configure an ssid on a Wieless AP separate from the interfaces?

    Interfaces radio0 and 1 Not sure about the ssid type though The one i have studied a bit on is just a very simplistic ssid configuration. Where you simply configure the ssid separate from the interfaces but you configure the interfaces to be grouped to that ssid
  14. I've heard that you can configure ssid's on certain interfaces or separate from it on a wireless AP device. I feel like it would make more sense to configure ssid's + its name on the interfaces rather than separately on it. So why would someone configure it the other way?
  15. So far after some researching, I seem to only find that the difference in the OSI layers for wired and wireless systems is physical. Since wireless systems do not require a physical medium to transfer data while wired ones do. Is there any else I am missing from this?