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    Veteran

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    i7 2600k @ 4.6 Ghz
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    Asus P8P67 Pro Rev 3.1
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    Patriot Viper Xtreme 16GB @ 1866 Mhz
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    EVGA GTX 1070 SC @ 2101 core / 4663 memory
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    Corsair 600T
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    OCZ 1250 watt
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    HP Omen 32
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    Noctua NH-D15
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    Logitech G402
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    Auzentech X-Fi Prelude
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    Windows 7 / Windows 10

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  1. Windows 7 not recognizing ps4 controller via usb?

    Enjoy not using your PS4 controller with Windows 7.
  2. Windows 7 not recognizing ps4 controller via usb?

    I have no idea what you're trying to show me. I also have no idea what issue you are having with a PS4 controller in Windows 7. What doesn't work in Windows 7? These instructions that you pasted: Instead of making many posts in a row, could you please put all your thoughts into a single post? I assure you, the PS4 controller works in Windows 7. I use my PS4 controller in Windows 7 regularly. If your motherboard doesn't have bluetooth support, and you don't have a bluetooth dongle, then you obviously will not be able to connect your PS4 controller to your PC via bluetooth. However, you can still use it via a USB cable. Also, you can buy a bluetooth dongle for a few dollars: https://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-Bluetooth-V4-0-3-0-Wireless-Mini-Adapter-Dongle-for-PC-Win-7-8-LW-SZUS/183181450195?epid=1453059294&hash=item2aa6771bd3:g:hLMAAOSwcBhWUBI7
  3. Windows 7 not recognizing ps4 controller via usb?

    I'm not sure what issue you're having, but a DualShock 4 controller works in Windows 7, 8, 10 - via Bluetooth or via USB. If it's not working for you via bluetooth, then make sure that you have a bluetooth dongle or bluetooth on your motherboard. If it's not working for you via USB, then if you're using a USB 3 port make sure you have the USB 3 driver installed, and that your cable isn't busted. Also, you might need a gamepad program like Input Mapper or DS4Windows. I'm not sure. I have Input Mapper installed.
  4. Windows 7 not recognizing ps4 controller via usb?

    Windows 7 also has bluetooth support. Go: Control Panel -> Devices and Printers -> Add a device (it's in the toolbar) It works. I'm using Windows 7 and a DualShock 4 controller. Consider yourself fortunate. Windows 10 is bad news. Plus, what would the Windows7King123 be without Windows 7?
  5. Windows 8.1 with Kaby Lake

    Yes, you can use Kaby with Windows 8.1 just fine. The only video showing BSODs that I've seen is the Jayz2cents one where he gets a DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error, which is unrelated to the CPU being Kaby. I think it indicates that a driver is unstable. I don't know if he was sensationalizing the BSOD to capitalize on clicks, of if he was being a Microsoft propagandist for money... but his video suggesting a link between his BSOD and Windows 8.1 is totally bunk, and he should take the video down to stop the spreading of disinformation. Windows 10 systems get the same DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION BSOD: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/dpc_watchdog_violation-blue-screen-in-windows-10
  6. Best Windows 7 Rig

    Windows 7 works with all new Intel and AMD CPUs, and the block of newer CPUs that Microsoft has added to Windows 7 and 8's Windows Update is entirely artificial. The block on Windows 7 and 8 Windows Update can be easily permanently removed with this patch, which Captain Chaos already mentioned: https://github.com/zeffy/wufuc It takes less than a minute to download and run, and then your Windows 7 OS is set for its life to receive all future security updates. There's no reason to not do that, if you want to have all the latest hardware, and also want to have all future Windows 7 security updates installed. Alternatively, you could download an already up-to-date Windows 7 ISO from here: http://getintopc.com/softwares/operating-systems/ Their ISOs are updated each month. You could install Windows 7 from their ISO, and then just not care about Windows Update from then on. Another option, if you feel you don't need Windows Update at all, and don't want any of the invasive telemetry that Microsoft has back-added to Windows 7, is to download the June 2015 ISO of Windows 7 Ultimate that I have here: Windows 7 doesn't have native USB 3 support, but you can find whichever USB 3 driver you need and either slipstream it into your Windows 7 ISO, or install it after you've installed Windows 7 via a disc. Intel has a tool to create a USB 3 bootable Windows 7 image here: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000017241/mini-pcs.html Gigabyte has a similar tool: http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.ca/2015/09/having-trouble-installing-windows-7-by.html Gigabyte provides Windows 7 chipset drivers on their website for their latest Intel motherboards. And if you want to go with AMD, they supply full chipset drivers for Ryzen and Threadripper:
  7. That's a neat site. Wish they had newer versions of Windows 10 Enterprise for download.
  8. New Yahoo ToS

    Microsoft does the same thing with Outlook. So, that says shared data may or may not be anonymous.
  9. Worth $100 extra for the 1060 6gb??

    The main thing in games for which more VRAM is required is for holding more and higher resolution textures. So, games that use lots of higher res textures are going to want more VRAM. A thing about textures is that increasing their quality doesn't really add any performance impact to your machine - so long as your GPU has enough VRAM to hold them. So, turning up the texture setting is one of the most high-benefit, low-performance-cost ways to improve how a game looks. So, which GTX 1060 your friend should get depends on what kind of games they're going be want to play, and at which texture setting. Some games that use more than 3 GB of VRAM at 1080p are: Battlefield 1. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare at Medium and higher texture settings. https://overclock3d.net/reviews/software/call_of_duty_infinite_warfare_pc_performance_review/9 And Rise of Tomb Raider.
  10. Help me with Windows 7!

    I have Windows 7 and 10 dual-booting on one SSD without problem. Both partitions had their own ~100 MB System Reserved partitions created along with their drive partitions during the Windows pre-installation drive setup process. I'm guessing the System Reserved partition is where the bootloader gets written. Is this correct? If so, then making sure that each partition has its own System Reversed partition could be what keeps them from being over-written by each other and causing problems.
  11. Bots are invading Twitter

    Yet another officially accused 'Russian troll' that turns out to not be Russian or a troll: https://www.rt.com/uk/424858-russian-troll-bot-msm/ Just like the accused 'Russian troll' says, as far as I'm aware, there hasn't been a single accused 'Russian troll' or 'Russian bot' that actually turned out to be a Russian anything. Calling people Russian trolls or Russian bots is a part of UK and US propaganda to control narratives by manipulating and misleading people away from discovering how much the US and UK governments and their media are lying to the public. And they certainly are lying a whole lot about a whole lot of things. Also, ironically about the accuser of that person, Ben Nimmo, is themselves literally a US state-funded paid propaganda troll that works hard for Atlantic Council (a US state-funded propaganda organization) to spread disinformation about Russia and other topics. Atlantic Council is also one of the groups associated with the discredited and disgraced joint CIA-Ukrainian state propaganda outlet, PropOrNot, which laughably accused every media outlet which didn't parrot CIA anti-Russia propaganda as Russian - before being swiftly dumped by the public and every Western news outlet that wanted to salvage its own reputation while it still had the chance. PorN's list and McCarthyism was produced and spread in cooperation with some US propaganda rags, such as Daily Beast. http://yournewswire.com/propornot-cia-ukrainian-operation/ https://consortiumnews.com/2018/01/28/unpacking-the-shadowy-outfit-behind-2017s-biggest-fake-news-story/ https://steemit.com/news/@fortified/fake-news-or-how-the-atlantic-council-promoted-anti-russian-propaganda It seems that the more conviction these neo-psychopaths put into their judgments (whether it's that somebody is a Russian bot / troll, or that a geopolitical rival is using chemical weapons, that a country has WMDs, or whatever else), the more they turn out to be wrong. By their determinations, psychopaths have collapsed their minds' consideration and so have made themselves incapable of perceiving truth. The Guardian, “Russian bots” and the dehumanisation of dissent
  12. Windows 7 Pro (64 Bit) - ISO File

    You can get a Windows 7 ISO from one of these: http://mirror.corenoc.de/digitalrivercontent.net/ http://getintopc.com/softwares/operating-systems/
  13. Bots are invading Twitter

    It might go even earlier than that, as the US had a $200 million social media propaganda program already in 2010. And Israel had a social media propaganda program in 2008 to influence public opinion during their war on Gaza - but no word on whether that involved bots. These days, both the US and Israeli social media propaganda programs have massively scaled upwards from what they were back then. We hear a lot of hype about alleged bots from other countries (though a lot of those accused of being foreign bots over the years have been proven to be merely honest Western citizens - like was the case just recently with @Partisangirl and @Ian56789), but I wonder how much of that is to deflect from the public catching on that there could be loads of US bots everywhere. Everyone that frustrates Western propaganda gets called a bot or a foreign troll. And calling people those things is a part of Western propaganda. https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/987543855510708225 https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/987386740104036352 https://twitter.com/caitoz/status/987635972144680960 https://twitter.com/caitoz/status/988166498035187712 The Guardian, “Russian bots” and the dehumanisation of dissent https://www.rt.com/uk/409967-russian-troll-scottish-guard/ https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/8x5mma/twitter-told-congress-this-random-american-is-a-russian-propaganda-troll https://medium.com/@politicspeach/ive-been-labeled-a-russian-troll-by-twitter-what-do-i-do-next-a9687c162ffe
  14. I would be highly suspect of any claim that the US and UK make because, in addition to it being apparent that both the US and UK lie as a first offence and defence, and as their second, third, etc., the BBC has just publicly admitted on the air that it is participating in a coordinated anti-Russia disinformation campaign, and criticized its guest (a UK admiral, and former UK Chief of Defence Intelligence), calling his truth-speaking "un-advisable", for dispelling the BBC / UK government's anti-Russia disinformation propaganda: At least the former UK Chief of Defence Intelligence, who admitted they were constantly under huge pressure to lie while in the job, wasn't cut-off mid-interview, like this top UK general was for saying the same things: https://www.rt.com/news/424078-sky-news-general-shaw/ Or shouted over like the former UK ambassador to Syria was on BBC radio: As an obvious example of the UK's ongoing anti-Russia disinformation campaign, all the claims that the UK government has made concerning the Salisbury, UK, chemical attack, and the Novichok chemical agent have proven to be false. And the UK government outright lied about what Porton Down claimed regarding the chemical agent, and was caught deleting Twitter posts in which it asserted that Porton Down confirmed the agent to have come from Russia. We now know that over 20 countries have made Novichok (the recipe for which is online for anyone to read, and has been published since the mid-1990s), including the UK and the US (the US even filed patents for weaponized Novichok in 2015), and that the USSR's stockpiles were last in the hands of the US government which dismantled Uzbekistan facility where it was made. Additionally, the USSR's stockpiles would have degraded beyond effectiveness over 25 years ago. And The US has been obviously doing the same for a long time, and I'm sure the anti-Russia disinformation campaign that the BBC is participating in is the exact same one that US MSM outlets are participating in. A previous US disinformation campaign that become exposed was the disgraced and discredited PropOrNot, which absurdly labelled all US news organizations that didn't simply dogmatically parrot anti-Russia propaganda hysteria as Russian puppets. Of course, the PropOrNot list was quickly debunked as obvious disinformation. And PropOrNot, itself, was found out to be a joint anti-Russia propaganda program put together by the CIA, West Ukraine's government, and US propaganda outlets such as The Daily Beast. https://consortiumnews.com/2018/01/28/unpacking-the-shadowy-outfit-behind-2017s-biggest-fake-news-story/ http://yournewswire.com/propornot-cia-ukrainian-operation/ And as another example of both the UK and the US' disinformation campaigns against Russia, the claims the US / UK / France have made concerning the alleged Douma, Syria chemical attack have been almost entirely disproven by the testimonies of all first-hand witnesses that were the basis for the claim in the first place. And the US / UK / France strike claims made by the US have large amounts of doubt cast upon them: The facility the US touts as its primary target for receiving 76 missiles each carrying a 450 kg explosive payload, still has all its buildings standing - destroyed, but standing. 37.7 US tons of fast-moving explosives couldn't fully take down a single building within a small campus? That facility also was investigated by the OPCW twice last year, with no sign of chemical weapons found, and, as reported by the OPCW just last month, was also agreed to be slated for demolition in an agreement between the OPCW and the Syrian government. So, the US' main target was... not used by Syria, and was going to be demolished anyway. Russia claims the US targeted 8 sites, but hit only 3. And there is lots of footage online alleging to show missile interceptions. Perhaps the US / UK / France targeted 8 sites, with most missiles intercepted, while still hitting 3 sites, and so the US claims it only targeted 3 sites and that all 105 of its missiles went to those sites, because that's all that it hit. And to top all this off, we know that what the US and UK are alleging Russia of doing in the OP topic are precisely what the US has been doing itself, for many years. So, if this is a threat that we should be worried about, shouldn't the US have warned us that it's doing this, years ago - and offered us solutions to protect ourselves against the US, and maybe introduced legislation making it illegal for the US to do these things - since the US government actually has the means to stop itself from doing this? Taking US and UK claims at face value is foolish, as they've repeatedly demonstrated, and outright told us that they're lying to us to bias us against Russia.
  15. If you think it's conspiracy that the US has been hacking people's routers for years, then offer an explanation for why you think it is that every tech news site reported on it, and where the CIA documents confirming it came from. You're suggesting a conspiracy theory in a vain attempt to discredit what isn't a conspiracy theory, but is the full truth: The US is, and has been hacking routers in the real sense for many years. Sure, other countries are likely also doing it. I'm not disputing that. And the warning against Russia doing the same could be valid - though it could also be bogus, considering the US' track record for false flags and false narratives, and the fact that it's known that the US tries to frame Russia for the USA's own hacks. Could it make sense that Russia is doing this precisely because of current tensions? Well, could it not also make sense that the USA would be making extra effort to frame Russia because of current tensions? Both are possible. Also, 'It could make sense there it is true' is neither rationale, or true. And I'm not denying the possibility of the OP article claim. But a part of any allegation against Russia or a geopolitical rival of the US, coming from the US, has to include acknowledgement that the US lies about all of its rivals, and commits false flags to frame its rivals - no less so in the tech sector. Additionally, where is the particular significance that Russia might be doing this to Western audiences, when it's known for a fact that the USA (and you claim also the 5 eyes) are doing this to Western audiences? Who is more likely to use information against Western audiences: Their own governments, or Russia?
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