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hjxD

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  1. Probably. Unless they decide that "this card needs MORE RGB FANS"
  2. Cant you see that we are hopefully getting added to the regulars list. And with a perfect description to boot.
  3. I got one of those PDAs in Advanced Fiddlery With Doohickeys. Trust me i know my shit when it comes to piloting metro tubes. @techswede im probably going to spend a lot of time here som you could add me to the regulars list, i want to be described as: Schizofrenic
  4. The funny thing is you don't know whos talking/how many people are logged in.
  5. Huh.... I wont get me banned tho. I dont want to. *GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN*
  6. Trust me ... This account is about to do some amazing stuff. Dont worry tho, its not against the coc
  7. Lol. Im surprised the activity on this isn't more interesting. - @ImadKnight
  8. just found this account on bugmenot.com http://bugmenot.com/view/linustechtips.com it works haha Apparently someone just made this account public???? so weird... this isn't @bcredeur97 btw
  9. I have a spare LG K7 phone which can connect to my WiFi. As a result, I would like to donate my bandwidth (no exit). However, I don't want to spend any money and I don't keep my computer. I figure I could plug in the phone and forget about it. I'm not concerned about bandwidth restriction or speed concerns.
  10. My university is an ISP, though. So, I'm assuming that internal wiring would be CAT6 (10Gbps)-- though, my dorm is in an older section. As for my NIC, I know it only support 1Gbps. My concern is the "~500Mbps" (during peak) and if it were CAT 6 with over 1Gbps, it would be always getting 1000Mbps.
  11. Hi. How would I run a Tor relay on Android Lolipop? Running a LG K7.
  12. Hi. Sorry if I'm in the wrong section... After watching "Double or Triple Your Internet Speed - This Method Actually Works!" I started thinking about speeding my connection. At university, if I bought an expansion PCIe ExpressCard 34mm NIC LAN Network Card (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004M18EDI/) and plugged in with a standard RJ45 CAT 5e on the ExpressCard AND my standard, motherboard NIC, would I double my connection speed? Would I need additional software? I would like to note, when I do a speed test, my speed between ~1000Mbps to ~500Mbps for both download and upload. So, how would that work?
  13. Hi, netizens. At campus, I recently obtained access to a computer designed for CAD. The specifications are listed below. I would like to highlight, this machine is in public view of other students in a frequented area, and my university strictly prevents torrenting (apparently that's frowned upon). I recently obtained access to a computer with: - Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-1607 v3 @ 3.10GHz - NVIDIA Quadro M4000 - 32 GB of RAM - 64-bit OS - Gigabit internet speeds (in reality, ~500mbps down and up) Also, the regular boxes: - Intel® Core™ i5-6500 Processor @ 3.20 GHz - Intel® HD Graphics 530 - 16 GB of RAM - 64-bit OS - Gigabit internet speeds (~500mbps down and up, again) I would like to note that these two computers require me to connect with my work ID (so everything is logged). __ I additionally have anonymous access to a machine with roughly ~600 download speed and ~900 upload speed (again, torrenting isn't possible on these boxes as it is in public view of my professors). I don't have the specifications for these servers. However, I know for certain it's an Intel® Core™ i5 with Gigabit internet. __ What can/should I do? Give em' ideas.
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