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    Ashley xD got a reaction from Damprol in Pakistan has announced it is banning Tinder, Grinder and several other dating apps   
    and that is a problem because...? if the people involved are consenting adults then there is nothing wrong with it. we aren't living in the middle ages anymore, people have relationships and intimacy before marriage. 
     
    in fact, i don't even plan to get married. why should i lol. 
  2. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Vector0102 in Pakistan has announced it is banning Tinder, Grinder and several other dating apps   
    and that is a problem because...? if the people involved are consenting adults then there is nothing wrong with it. we aren't living in the middle ages anymore, people have relationships and intimacy before marriage. 
     
    in fact, i don't even plan to get married. why should i lol. 
  3. Like
    Ashley xD got a reaction from slippers_ in Pakistan has announced it is banning Tinder, Grinder and several other dating apps   
    and that is a problem because...? if the people involved are consenting adults then there is nothing wrong with it. we aren't living in the middle ages anymore, people have relationships and intimacy before marriage. 
     
    in fact, i don't even plan to get married. why should i lol. 
  4. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Dean0919 in Pakistan has announced it is banning Tinder, Grinder and several other dating apps   
    and that is a problem because...? if the people involved are consenting adults then there is nothing wrong with it. we aren't living in the middle ages anymore, people have relationships and intimacy before marriage. 
     
    in fact, i don't even plan to get married. why should i lol. 
  5. Like
    Ashley xD reacted to LogicalDrm in Pakistan has announced it is banning Tinder, Grinder and several other dating apps   
    *** Thread cleaned ***
     
    Everybody can have their opinions of the matter. Lets keep it as that. No going into personal stuff.
     
    K? Thanks.
  6. Agree
    Ashley xD reacted to warmongerp in 450W or 650W psu?   
    400 watts is not enough for a Ryzen7 2700X with a GTX 1660 super if you add 6 fans, hdds and rgb, on absolute full load the psu will be stressed to its core, you are one of those people that think that ram, cpu cooler and motherboard dont draw power too? Are you familiar with PSU rails?
     
    A system with  Ryzen7 2700X with a GTX 1660 super can very well pull +400 watts under FULL load with very little effort without any bells and whistles.
  7. Funny
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Dean0919 in Apple Terminates Epic's App Store Account   
    no it's not. it's a problem with android that you fanboys don't like to admit. if you value your security especially if you aren't tech savy, Android is just like iOS with the Play Store being the only source for apps, therefore google is just as bad as apple IF you leave that setting off which you should if you have no idea what it does and the risks you put your device at when you enable it. 
  8. Funny
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Dean0919 in Apple Terminates Epic's App Store Account   
    that happens on a lot of devices, not just apple. 
     
    source? you can just plug an iphone with a dead component that still powers on into a computer and then do a backup with iTunes. this is well known. 
     
    https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2009/06/nvidia-gpu-failure-fallout-continues-apple-extends-warranty/
     
     
    does that matter? i'm at least someone who backs up their claims with facts, not someone with an alex jones pfp who just claims things without providing any sources whatshowever. 
  9. Like
    Ashley xD reacted to SansVarnic in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    I clean my rig every 3 moths or so.
     
    *yes I said MOTHS.  
  10. Informative
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Quinnell in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  11. Like
    Ashley xD got a reaction from lexusgamer05 in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  12. Informative
    Ashley xD got a reaction from suedseefrucht in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    Silverstone RV03 and no, i took them off because i felt that they restricted airflow too much, and i was like if it gets dusty i'll clean it whatever. 
  13. Funny
    Ashley xD got a reaction from HairlessMonkeyBoy in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    Silverstone RV03 and no, i took them off because i felt that they restricted airflow too much, and i was like if it gets dusty i'll clean it whatever. 
  14. Funny
    Ashley xD got a reaction from suedseefrucht in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  15. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from bmx6454 in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  16. Like
    Ashley xD got a reaction from sub68 in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  17. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Moonzy in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  18. Like
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Drama Lama in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  19. Funny
    Ashley xD got a reaction from HairlessMonkeyBoy in PSA: Clean your system even if it looks ok from a distance!   
    i've not cleaned my pc for a year until just now and and just... keep reading. 
     
    so i've been getting weird problems over the last few months like random freezing and gpu overheating among other things. i thought i'd fixed them but they returned and i finally was just like whatever i'll rebuild. and holy crap. 
     
    from a distance my pc has always looked ok in terms of dust, nothing really visible. but when i started taking it apart it quickly became apparant that it wasn't dusty but more like WTF EW!! the first thing i took out was the gpu, and again not much visible dust. until i took the fan assembly off. there was dust all over the card, inside the heatsink and on the bottom of the fans. it was covered with it, including hair that was inside the fans. no wonder it was overheating! 
     
    then, i looked at the pci-e area of the motherboard kind of in shock. the pci-e slots were covered in dust and there was hair running ACROSS THE SLOTS!!!! i was getting gpu related errors with known good cards, this was probably why! after cleaning off the pci-e area i moved on to the cpu and ram section of the board. again, no visible dust, keep that in mind. i took the cpu fan off to acces the ram and a bunch of dust fell off of it. i looked on the heatsink and it was covered in dust, it was all over it. the cpu fan had trouble spinning freely and when i looked it was full of dust and hair. after removing that it spun freely again. i took the ram sticks out, which were covered in dust on the sides, and looked at the slots. again there was dust and hair on and inside the slots!!! after cleaning all of that off i cleaned the fans at the bottom of the case (silverstone RV03, unique airflow setup) and those were full of crap and barely moved air anymore. 
     
    but the worst part. the cable management area in the back of the case. i took the right side panel off and what i saw was just... it made me cringe. all the cables were covered in dust, like they looked grey when they are supposed to be black. the fan grills were clogged up, the ssd's covered in dust... that took me a while to clean as well. 
     
    all in all it took me almost 2 hours to take almost every component out and dust it off. 
     
    so please clean your pc's even if they don't look too bad from a distance. i wouldn't be surprised if all the dust and crap in my pc was causing all the instability and cooling problems... 
  20. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Sureshadow in Apple considers transparency information as irrelevant and forbids info about their 30% cut   
    that is because google is hypocritical and doesn't enforce the rules platform wide. Apple does, no matter the size of the company trying to influence them. 
  21. Like
    Ashley xD got a reaction from Origami Cactus in Apple is Preparing its Own Search Engine   
    always this f*ckign argument again. apple has every right to do whatever they want to their platform, just as you have every right to not buy into that platform. android is exactly the same. google is the default everywhere. don't like that, you can buy something else. i'm so sick and tired of these arguments over and over and over.
  22. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from WikiForce in Windows7 x64 SP1 install on Ryzen 9 3950x   
    WHY
     
    it's not supported at all! just use Windows 10.... 
  23. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from nox_ in Windows7 x64 SP1 install on Ryzen 9 3950x   
    WHY
     
    it's not supported at all! just use Windows 10.... 
  24. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from gloop in Apple is Preparing its Own Search Engine   
    always this f*ckign argument again. apple has every right to do whatever they want to their platform, just as you have every right to not buy into that platform. android is exactly the same. google is the default everywhere. don't like that, you can buy something else. i'm so sick and tired of these arguments over and over and over.
  25. Agree
    Ashley xD got a reaction from TheLastMillennial in Apple is Preparing its Own Search Engine   
    always this f*ckign argument again. apple has every right to do whatever they want to their platform, just as you have every right to not buy into that platform. android is exactly the same. google is the default everywhere. don't like that, you can buy something else. i'm so sick and tired of these arguments over and over and over.
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