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Mooshi

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About Mooshi

  • Title
    Lazy artist of cute things
  • Birthday August 9

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    AZ
  • Interests
    Stuff
  • Biography
    I like video games and booty.
  • Occupation
    Talking to weirdos for money

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 1600
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Fata1ity AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac
  • RAM
    G.Skill Flare X 16GB
  • GPU
    Galax GTX 1070 EXOC-SNPR
  • Case
    TT Core V1
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 860 1TB + Crucial MX500 1TB + SG Firecuda 2TB
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 750w P2
  • Display(s)
    HP Omen 32
  • Cooling
    Cryorig H7
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Creative KatanaX + Steelseries Arctis Pro 7
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit

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  1. Teenagers aren't exactly known for thinking for themselves more so than sticking to whatever is popular to fit in. For those who are not teenagers, a little piece of bitten fruit doesn't really influence unless you like the platform. Personally I'll probably go iPhone after this phone mainly because software updates are slow to implement and because I honestly am not utilizing all this expandable storage.
  2. Mooshi

    What MY School HAS!!

    I don't get the purpose of this thread. Property someone else has....and?
  3. Mooshi

    Apple Music surpasses Spotify in the U.S.

    Of course the carrier with two cans and a string needs to include someone to get a customer.
  4. An AIO is a big waste with Ryzen FYI. You aren't going to get Intel levels of clocks and it's soldered. There was a negligible difference on my 1600 between a 240mm AIO and a budget air cooler when I downsized it. Don't waste the cash on shoddy RGB fans. Spending that much on fans to not be Noctua is an insult to cooling.
  5. Mooshi

    SSD Choice

    If this is going to be used as your new main drive, Samsung no contest. EZ mode cloning.
  6. Locked 4 cores vs unlocked 6 core 6 threads..I know it's April Fool's day, but
  7. This completely missed my point. Let me repeat: when a customer calls in for something mundane like a phone payment, it takes away resources. Think cop spending time on a jaywalker vs someone speeding through a school zone - latter a higher priority. I'm not Canadian, I don't follow what services are offered. I'm going off a US company and personal experience serving customers. Customer calls in to make a payment instead of taking a minute to tap a couple times on the app. This takes up my time that could have been used to resolve a complex billing error. The customer in queue with a serious issue gets the impression service sucks because the person ahead of the queue is taking up time with self serve options available. Premium service isn't extra service or lack of. It's being able to get assistance when needed for issues that can't be resolved on your own. I don't want to wait a long time to speak to an actual person because someone would rather waste time calling in for non issues making others sit in the queue longer. That's the complete opposite of an excellent experience. Don't want to get charged a fee for payment? Use the app or pay online. It's a non issue that people blow up like it's one. Let me also add this: when we get calls, it's back to back because of the huge customer base. From a customer perspective, it feels like it takes forever before someone picks up because it does. Now imagine if less people were calling in, you get an agent quicker due to less call volume. I never understood why someone would rather wait forever for something that literally takes under 2 minutes to do yourself.
  8. Let me play devil's advocate here. I take customer care overflow calls for one of the largest US cell carriers and they somewhat recently started charging if a customer took a payment with us. We actually just lost the ability to waive those charges because we did it too often. I use the same carrier and pay my bill through the app. Literally done in less than 2 minutes while someone is wasting their time waiting in a long call queue then wasting an agent's time to take that payment, get yelled at about the fee and so on. Maybe this company got tired of the cost of phone calls from customers over things they should be doing themselves. Old age isn't an excuse because my girlfriend's mom is in her 60's and pays all the bills she can online. Simply put, customers that call in to make a payment vs using self-serve options waste the time of agent's who should be available to help real problems. Tired of wasting time on long holds? Stop tying up the lines!
  9. Hyper 212x killer already exists and it's more compact (145mm) with a lower price tag (<40usd) - Cryorig H7 At this price point, a user will either have a tower that can fit an NH-D15 or would be running an AIO if it's a compact case.
  10. This isn't an artist tool. It's a party trick for noobs. Art has soul, this does not. People don't buy computer generated landscapes. For realism, that's what professional grade cameras are for. For art, machines can't replicate that. Bob Ross' happy little trees, man.
  11. What debate? Anti vaxxers are stupid irresponsible parents.
  12. Mooshi

    Thick GPU in ITX Case

    Alternatively, switch the case.
  13. Mooshi

    SSD & RAM price

    Buy if you actually need it. There is no "should I", either you need it or not.
  14. 6 page thread and OP thread was more or less you have to be infected by browser aids to begin with. The thing that's always been an issue for computers. In other enlightening news, water is still wet.
  15. If you want ease of use ez mode, it's gonna be Windows. Some distros are easier than others, but it's not the same experience as a Windows machine. If you're on the fence, try installing a virtual machine with Linux Mint or Ubuntu. Benefit is if you actually like Linux, you have both OSes to boot into. As far as resources, if you mean storage - that's cheap these days. I paid $250 for a 120GB SSD back in 2011. You can get a 1TB SSD in the 150ish range now.
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