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About TetraSky

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 875k @3.3GHz Quad cores, up to 3.5GHz turbo boost single core.
  • Motherboard
    Asus P7P55D-e LX
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GBx2 DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon HD7970 GHz 3GB
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF 912
  • Storage
    SSD : Intel 520 120GB / Kingston SSDNow V Series Gen II 64GB / Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, HDD : WD Black 640GB / WD Blue 500GB / WD My Book 3TB /
  • PSU
    Corsair TX850w
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VW266H 25.5IN / RCA TV 19"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H70
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G11
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX518
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. How to make a large ring fit? (No modifications to the ring)

    Honestly, you knew the ring was going to be too large and you bought it anyway. For a $10 ring, no solution we provide will be worth it. Just buy a similar one on ebay for like a dollar or two, that actually fits you. https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Silvering-Celtic-Dragon-Tungsten-Carbide-Ring-Mens-Jewelry-SZ6-13-US/352104221168?var=621566251962&hash=item51fb0c09f0:m:m5I5MHQomRsYUZftIDIDKKA https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_odkw=tungsten+carbide+ring+6&_sop=15&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.TRS0&_nkw=tungsten+carbide+ring+6&_sacat=0
  2. How to make a large ring fit? (No modifications to the ring)

    This kind of thing I guess? https://www.amazon.com/RinGuard-Ring-Size-Adjuster-Sizes/dp/B00PI0T25Q/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1470851576&sr=8-1&keywords=ring+guards&linkCode=sl1&tag=dmia05-20&linkId=79ee3098ebef191e1c94f71dc9512446 Otherwise, you could cut a small chunk of it, solder it back together and polish it hard... But for a $10 ring, not worth it.
  3. legit windows ten torrent

    Or, just use this extension on chrome https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mobile-browser-emulator/lbofcampnkjmiomohpbaihdcbjhbfepf?utm_source=chrome-app-launcher-info-dialog It lets you emulate a mobile browser. Simply enable it when you're on the Windows 10 download page and it will let you straight up download the ISO instead of going through their awful media creation tool.
  4. Never used or Owned the following : -Blu Rays, never had it, be it a console or stand alone player. -Mechanical Keyboards. Maybe when I buy a new PC... But never had one so far. -Wireless peripherals, be it headphones, keyboards or mice. -Laser printer. Still using inkjet. -Personal "Assistants" like Siri, Cortana, Alexa, GoogleHome, Bixby, don't care for those, never used them, ever. -No consoles past the Wii. -Dishwashers, still doing it by hands... -Bluetooth speakers. Why do these exist, other than to annoy everyone around you? -Battery bank, to charge your phones and what not. -"Internet of Thing" crap, fuck 'em. Keep your spies out of my home. -Dedicated Webcams. Other than the one that came bundled in my laptop, which I promptly physically unplugged to render it useless, never had one. -Dedicated Cameras. Be it a GoPro or a Canon camera, never had one. -Selfie Sticks. I don't even take pictures to begin with. Is that even tech? -Fitness Trackers. hahahahaha. No. -Anything VR. Be it google cardbox or cheap VR headsets for a smartphone, never used it. -Anything 3D TV. The only "3D" I've seen, is at a sixflag park with the dino theater thingy. -Coffee/tea machines. Or really any machine that produce hot water just for the sake of a beverage. and a lot more, especially the "latest" tech.
  5. Apple Won't Repair I-Mac Pro Reality

    They say it's ineligible for Out of Warranty service if you broke it by doing "unauthorized modifications", but then it also says that "Apple will not be responsible for any damage to the product that occurs during repair process that is a result of any unauthorized modifications or repair or replacement not performed by Apple or an AASP. If damage results, Apple will seek your authorization for any additional costs for completing service..." Which basically means the opposite of the first statement and that they will repair it while charging you for it if you accept. Sounds like a contradiction to me. Any other companies will gladly take your money for out of warranty repairs, because that's better than the terrible PR they'd get by refusing and they aren't losing anything by accepting. If you don't have the parts, order them. It's not normal that some third party can order the parts but Apple themselves cannot.
  6. They are allowed to refuse to repair it themselves, according to their terms of services or whatever while redirecting people toward third party repair centers. BUT, as Linus said in the video, even if the third parties were were to order the parts, they wouldn't be able to do the repair job on this product because it needs a certification from Apple, that doesn't even exist yet. Because Apple release a product, demand certifications for the rights to repair them, yet doesn't provide said certification before or right after the launch of said product. As such, Apple isn't exactly guilt free in this whole thing.
  7. LTT should expand

    They can "buy" all that fancy stuff, because they have access to a bigger credit line due to being a business. It's not like they have a couple millions laying around that let them just waltz into a store and buy whatever they want.
  8. Your setup now compared to 5 years ago?

    Went from a 5870 to a 7970. Went from 8GB of RAM to 16GB of RAM. Got a new SSD drive, got rid of a HDD. .... The rest is pretty much the same. I'm still waiting, and hoping, for GPU and RAM prices to come back down to reasonable levels before finally upgrading from my 8 year old CPU. I hear reports that supposedly mining isn't as profitable anymore, but from what I'm seeing, changes aren't coming any time soon.
  9. Anime Club - Heaven Society

    I tend to do this as well, except for some shows where I just can't wait. Like Overlord, Hero Academia, SAO, etc... I check the series every once in a while, but I'm not watching every single episodes. Still can't bring myself to like the new design, ugh... What a downgrade.
  10. Anime Club - Heaven Society

    Watched the second episode of Season 3 of Hero Academia, got a bit of fan service, that was great.

    Didn't they do an overkill build a while ago? There isn't really any point to these videos. There will always be a new "overkill" build that surpass it within a few months. He also made one on NCIX channel
  12. is it safe to use infinity by wemod or will i get virus

    Piracy and hacking isn't allowed, cheating though, isn't piracy or "hacking", especially not in a single player game. Also, backseat moderation isn't allowed either, so if you think it's not allowed, you shouldn't be mentioning it and simply reporting. If you think it might be unsafe, just use CheatEngines. This application, if it really works, is probably based around the same idea, where it takes a hold of value in the memory and modifies it, but with a simpler interface. Basically look to be what games "trainers" used to be in the past.
  13. If it's true that Dell and HP are not taking any part in this ridiculous "program", this could indeed be good pressure on Nvidia as they are both major players in Pre-Built systems being sold to the mainstream, potentially cutting off a good portion of Nvidia's revenues.
  14. Q&A

    Ginger is actually healthy and is relatively inexpensive.
  15. Hopefully something new and not 13 year old at that point. I'm honestly just waiting for GPU and RAM prices to come back down to reasonable levels until I can upgrade, I really don't want to pay the mining tax...