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About Dafydd

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  • Birthday 2004-06-22

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    Gaming, IT, PC Building, Media Distribution
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    AMD Ryzen 5 2400g @ 3.6GHz - 3.9GHz Turbo
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    2x4GB Crucial Ballistix LT - Red @ 2933MHz
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    AMD Vega 11 Integrated Graphics
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    Bitfenix Nova TG - White
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    SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD - 250GB & WD Blue 500GB - 7200RPM
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    Corsair CX550M
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    Phillips 227E 21.5" - 1080p 1ms @ 60Hz
  • Cooling
    Nova TG Stock Fans & AMD Wraith Stealth
  • Keyboard
    Unknown Brand Mechanical Keyboard - Gold, US Layout, Fake Blue Switches
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    KB&M Bundled
  • Sound
    Onboard Realtek Audio / HPM1000 Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. https://www.finextra.com/pressarticle/81042/paypal-closes-4bn-honey-acquisition Seems like they've shot themselves in the foot. "Here, get Honey so we make less money when you shop online!" Then you remember Honey supposedly is paid in kickback from sites. I dunno. From the article: " "We're thrilled to complete this transformative transaction and to welcome the Honey team to the PayPal family," said Dan Schulman, president and CEO of PayPal. "The addition of Honey to our platform enables a significant step forward in our commitment to provide powerful services and tools for merchants and consumers, move beyond our core checkout proposition and significantly enhance the shopping experience for our 300 million consumers and merchants." Honey Co-founders George Ruan and Ryan Hudson will continue to lead the Honey team"
  2. https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/4/20682079/apple-butterfly-switch-scissor-switch-2019-macbook-air-2020-macbook-pro https://www.macrumors.com/2019/07/04/apple-to-use-scissor-switch-keyboard-macbooks/ What about all of the people who’ve already bought a MacBook of which the keyboard will die when a speck of dust gets into it? Trade-in? I don’t know… “Apple will reportedly move to a new scissor-switch design, which will use glass fiber to reinforce its keys.“ “Apple's butterfly keyboards are highly controversial and have been called out as one of the company's worst design decisions due to their penchant for failure due to small particulates like crumbs or heat issues.”
  3. https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/38474d18-9204-4f60-a137-1fcc6750b869
  4. Google Home Mini, Google Chromecast and Motorola Bluetooth Headphones, £71
  5. https://twitter.com/ICODrops/status/1066623001620303872?s=19 "Mining profit is now around 0 or even negative, depending of the cost of electricity. Source: https://t.co/Js1qlV9JLD https://t.co/ub7aUaQGrR" GPU prices to go down?
  6. https://www.reddit.com/r/walmart/comments/9dng58/wow_they_sent_cases_for_the_unannouncedunreleased I wonder if Apple's ditching the numbered approach? Unfortunately there's no comment to copy to the thread since it's a Reddit post.
  7. I forgot to link it the second I hit post. Edited it in while you were reading
  8. "Analysts at Baird said Monday that their channel checks showed potential CPU shortage issues surfacing for Intel Corp (NASDAQ:Intel) that could result in some inventory depletion in the fourth quarter for the chipmaker." Wonder if the prices will go up. The Intel price premium is already high, now we're skyrocketing. Time for another round of "gamers struggle against power users". Link: http://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/203229/baird-sees-cpu-shortage-issues-for-intel-after-channel-checks-but-reiterates-us64-price-target-on-stock-203229.html (oops)
  9. https://www.techpowerup.com/247028/intel-gags-customers-from-publishing-performance-impact-of-microcode-updates "The company has hence updated the license terms governing the microcode update distribution to explicitly forbid its users from publishing comparative "before/after" performance numbers of patched processors."
  10. RTX 2080 Ti Fastest NVIDIA card right now: https://ift.tt/2nRMcKr
  11. Hello!

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    2. Dafydd


      How you doing?

    3. Adorable Cat

      Adorable Cat

      good, took a 40 minute walk first thing in the morning because I can

    4. Mr.Meerkat


      Hey hey!