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About MaxBunny

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    Proud Trump Supporter


  • CPU
    i5 2500k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4-B3
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 16GB 1866
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 1050
  • Case
    CoolerMaster HAF 922
  • Storage
    850 EVO 500GB, WD Black 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 650w P2
  • Display(s)
    BenQ RL2455HM
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14, Scythe Gentle Typhoons
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster Quickfire TK Red
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Realtek ALC889 Onboard, Plantronics RIG 500e
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit

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    I like pie.
  • Occupation
    Full time bunny

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  1. Except the part about you getting paid to do it. Unlike say Tor, that could make you legally liable for it.
  2. I listened to it and all he did was use keywords like "it's a vpn", "nodes", and "you make money". Good marketing fluff but none of it makes any sense to me. Does it remotely mine on your machine? And when you're hosting a node, what's to prevent someone from getting into your local network or do illegal things that leads back to your IP? It seems like it's secure for the user but doesn't sound so much for the hosts.
  3. According to search results it can mine in pairs. I'd look into those if I were you. I don't know anything about mining.
  4. You can't SLI any card under the 1070. NVIDIA blocked that functionality up to the 1060's. If you want equivalent performance you'll need AMD cards (any) or higher end NVIDIA ones.
  5. Used mining cards worth it?

    Asking if buying a used mining GPU is worth the price is like asking if a pair of branded used underwear is a good value. It's not the cheapest option around and you really like that limited edition Hilfiger classic, but could you really ever be truly satisfied by it knowing where it's been? Doubtful unless you're a kinky sort.
  6. Switch to Linux maybe? I've only seen complaints about Windows users. I also think there are some hacks to stop windows from updating. Get to maybe the anniversary update and then disable updates with one of those.
  7. Keep getting the Blue Screen on Laptop

    Yup. It's not going to protect you from anything serious. That's what adblockers and avoiding flash/javascript/clicking on links are for.
  8. New PC, $600-700

    Oh? Will you be going Linux?
  9. Intergrated graphics

    Yeah, but if you can hold off until April-ish with the Ryzen 5 2400G ($140) or Ryzen 3 2200G ($99) then you're going to be a lot happier in the long run.
  10. Intel AC 3160 No Bluetooth

    If you're on windows 10 you can turn it on from the action center (also right click on it and Go to Settings to pair devices). That's the thing in the bottom right corner of your screen. The bottom has quick options for touchscreen users. Let us know how it goes after that.
  11. All the more reason to support these brands. Huawei is the best phone maker on the market anyway.
  12. Keep getting the Blue Screen on Laptop

    Well if there's a bug with bitdefender, it doesn't exist in windows defender or kaspersky (free version at least).
  13. Skyrim. Any games where you take your time and learn how to move, interact, and react. Shooters are more about reaction time and coordination which beginners won't have yet. Then try Portal if she can stomach the puzzles and orientation changing. Wouldn't do that one first, but certainly after a game like Skyrim it should be fine.
  14. Keep getting the Blue Screen on Laptop

    https://www.asus.com/us/Laptops/Q302/HelpDesk_Download/ I'd contact their support ("Email Us") and ask them if they have any updates/fixes. Looks like it's an older model or uses an older processor?
  15. Keep getting the Blue Screen on Laptop

    What is your laptop model?