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Cheezdoodlez

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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Origami Cactus in RTX SUPER reviewer's guide leaked; Amazon unleashes preorders [Update: Amazon listings down]   
    Until then you always have cards like "Inno3D GeForce GTX 980 TI iChill X4 Air Boss Ultra"
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in RTX SUPER reviewer's guide leaked; Amazon unleashes preorders [Update: Amazon listings down]   
    Until then you always have cards like "Inno3D GeForce GTX 980 TI iChill X4 Air Boss Ultra"
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from WillWam in Raspberry Pi Cluster - How To Build?   
    If you look at the octapi guide it only talks about wifi and not ethernet, so yes.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from KeyzHostHD in PC Limit   
    For ram.. More than you ever could put inside your computer anyways.2 TB RAM for Win 10 Pro

    As for your other point. The sky is your limit.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from LunaP0n3 in Major Australian telcos block access to Liveleak, 4chan & others   
    Time for the Aussie people to change DNS-settings then. 
  7. Funny
    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from CarlBar in EU Vote in Favour of Article 13   
    I'm not sure if the voting process differs from country to country. But here in Sweden we can vote on a specific person. 
     
    So the process is something like this. The LTT party are running with a list of 20 or so people. They put this in a priority order. 
     
    As a voter you can then choose to vote for the LTT party without deciding on a person. Then it defaults to the first name on the list (or if they get two seats the two first names gets in). 
     
    But if a majority of people who decided to vote for the LTT party cross in Coltons name, who is last, then he gets the seat. 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from peanuts104 in EU Vote in Favour of Article 13   
    I'm not sure if the voting process differs from country to country. But here in Sweden we can vote on a specific person. 
     
    So the process is something like this. The LTT party are running with a list of 20 or so people. They put this in a priority order. 
     
    As a voter you can then choose to vote for the LTT party without deciding on a person. Then it defaults to the first name on the list (or if they get two seats the two first names gets in). 
     
    But if a majority of people who decided to vote for the LTT party cross in Coltons name, who is last, then he gets the seat. 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Origami Cactus in What do you think of this business idea (catering / restaurant(s))?   
    How would the middle-man company be able make a profit or even break even? By charging more for the EXACT same thing you could get from going to the source directly? 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Butterhörnchen in Apple is being sued because 2FA "takes too long"   
    Hm. How often do the average apple user actually need to use their 2FA codes though? 
    From my perspective you only really need it when setting up a new device. Or if you for some reason would be logging in the apple/iCloud websites. But who does that on a regular basis? 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Twilight in Apple is being sued because 2FA "takes too long"   
    Hm. How often do the average apple user actually need to use their 2FA codes though? 
    From my perspective you only really need it when setting up a new device. Or if you for some reason would be logging in the apple/iCloud websites. But who does that on a regular basis? 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from sazrocks in Apple is being sued because 2FA "takes too long"   
    Hm. How often do the average apple user actually need to use their 2FA codes though? 
    From my perspective you only really need it when setting up a new device. Or if you for some reason would be logging in the apple/iCloud websites. But who does that on a regular basis? 
  13. Funny
    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Master Delta Chief in Spotify banning ad blockers   
    They already have a fix for that. Give them money. 
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    Cheezdoodlez reacted to glenalz81 in MSI has a deceptive download link on their site.   
    Pretty sure Kombustor is also published by MSI and often used for stress testing.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Canada EH in What does Linus listen to?   
    Well. He is leaving LTX early to get to a backstreet boys concert. And said on the latest wan show that he would definitely go to a spice girls concert. Soo. 90s pop? 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from VegetableStu in non tech content on float plane   
    I dont think they are letting on other creators just yet though. Still in beta mode afaik.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in Ideas for Floatplane   
    But floatplane is not competing with youtube or even aimed at competing with youtube. It's a complementary thing.  Floatplane is more like Patreon than youtube. 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from LinusOnLine in ISP Faces ‘Net Neutrality’ Investigation For Pirate Site Blocking Retaliation   
    I honestly don't think Bahnhof is interested in a peephole. Their whole brand is built on "internet with secrecy".
     
    Their free vpn was a response to a court ruling demanding Bahnhof to release customer IP information. Having a peephole in it would kinda defeat the purpose for it even existing. And I believe they are still fighting that court ruling. 
     
    If it was any other ISP I would agree with you. But given the history Bahnhof is probably the most trustworth ISP I've ever heard of.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from VegetableStu in ISP Faces ‘Net Neutrality’ Investigation For Pirate Site Blocking Retaliation   
    I honestly don't think Bahnhof is interested in a peephole. Their whole brand is built on "internet with secrecy".
     
    Their free vpn was a response to a court ruling demanding Bahnhof to release customer IP information. Having a peephole in it would kinda defeat the purpose for it even existing. And I believe they are still fighting that court ruling. 
     
    If it was any other ISP I would agree with you. But given the history Bahnhof is probably the most trustworth ISP I've ever heard of.
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from RorzNZ in ISP Faces ‘Net Neutrality’ Investigation For Pirate Site Blocking Retaliation   
    They already do that. Well an unencrypted PTTP VPN for free. For 40 SEK or about $4.5 a month you get a proper encrypted one. 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from LinusOnLine in ISP Faces ‘Net Neutrality’ Investigation For Pirate Site Blocking Retaliation   
    They already do that. Well an unencrypted PTTP VPN for free. For 40 SEK or about $4.5 a month you get a proper encrypted one. 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in Can we have a floatplane specific outro for all the video on floatplane?   
    I agree that it doesn't make sense. But the outro is a signature for the channel. Much like every youtube has some form of signature outro, some more original than others.  So I vote no! 
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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Cyberspirit in Some Nintendo Switches are Developing Cracks   
    I'd take this poll with a grain of salt. People with the cracks are far more likely to have answered. Meanwhile people without the issue might never have heard of this. I'm one of those people. 
     
    That said the dock is pretty interesting. There is vents at the bottom of the switch but the dock blocks one of them and the other one is pretty obstructed with the back flap closed. The cracks seem to all be on the side where the vent is blocked off. Most of the cracked switches seem to have the cracks located on that side of the console. 
     
     


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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from GoodBytes in Some Nintendo Switches are Developing Cracks   
    I'd take this poll with a grain of salt. People with the cracks are far more likely to have answered. Meanwhile people without the issue might never have heard of this. I'm one of those people. 
     
    That said the dock is pretty interesting. There is vents at the bottom of the switch but the dock blocks one of them and the other one is pretty obstructed with the back flap closed. The cracks seem to all be on the side where the vent is blocked off. Most of the cracked switches seem to have the cracks located on that side of the console. 
     
     


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    Cheezdoodlez got a reaction from Shreyas1 in Some Nintendo Switches are Developing Cracks   
    Yeah but that's what I was getting at. Why would the UK have different materials in their switches? 
     
    Is it possible the switches just got fed up with all the "it's coming home" crap and just cracked from frustration?? 
     
    Also Nintendo actually responded and claimed they haven't received a notable numbers of inquiries on the matter. That might be total bs but for the time beeing I'm gong with that. 
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