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  1. I for one would be paying since circumventing georestrictions is the biggest advantage to VPN's in my eyes and the free plan only gives 3 countries and a limited speed. I see how their product could make money even without selling userdata.
  2. https://protonvpn.com/ same guys who did protonmail, based in switserland, seems like an allround safe bet
  3. I've seen decently color graded footage shot in V-log on even cheaper Panasonics that looks like a scene from freaking Lord of the Rings. I'm confident the right people can use a S1H in combination with much more expensive gear and we'd never see it stand out. Unrelated to this camera getting certified I've also worried about the quality of some of Netflix's inhouse productions.
  4. Thats crazy, professional grade cinematography has gotten so cheap these days.
  5. Hey I tested this out this weekend (or had my gf test it out rather) Wont ever ever ever unlock with my eyes closed. Also doesn't unlock when my eyes are open and my face is in front of the phone and centered but i'm not looking directly at the phone. I actually see it unlock the moment I turn my sight to the phone. Works pretty darn good, still unlocks in the dark, when i'm wearing a hoodie, when my face is partially covered because i am smoking and have my hand in front of my face,... Sunglasses make it not want to unlock though.
  6. Thx, that is good news. I’ll make sure to flush everything thoroughly and I should be good.
  7. Some more pics after dissassembly I find some green residue, looks like it could be copper oxidizing? second to last pic is my pump top And in my last pic you see some white residue in the gpu block as well
  8. In the first photo you see the foam/slime in the second photo you see the ‘green stuff’ edit: pictures are reversed
  9. I'm currently at work, i'll get some pictures up here in an hour or 2
  10. Hey all So i built a new watercooling loop a few weeks back (6-7) and yesterday I noticed a slymie white foam at the top of my reservoir. Can't have been there for more than a day or something now. Upon closer inspection with a flashlight I think is see some small green dots at the darker bottom of my reservoir as well. My conclusion is that somehow algea or some other microorganisms started growin in my loop. I don't know how they got there, all parts where brand new, i flushed the radiators as well and I filled the loop with demi water + the EK clear cryofuel concentrate or whatever its called. Now at first I was planning on tearing down the whole loop this weekend, clean all the parts, replace the tubing and then refill it but maybe add some antifreeze as well since the EK stuff clearly doesn't do the job. My question however is, since I kind off want to putt off all that work for a bit longer if possible, is if anyone can give me tips on how I could attempt to kill the organisms, flush the loop and then refill without tearing it down. What product should I use to attempt this? I've been reading about antifreeze and Listerine as options to kill the organisms. My loop is primochill tubing, copper+acetal cpu block, nickel+acrylic gpu block, D5 pump with acetal top and acetal+plexi reservoir. I assume the acrylic and nickel are quite sensitive to anything that could kill the organisms am I right here?
  11. You don't live in 2019 do you? The world might be a better place if that was the case, it probably would be, but its just not realistic.
  12. I work for a Belgian retailer, we still haven't gotten our 3900X we ordered on launch day. Keeps getting delayed. I've been keeping an eye on stock with other retailers in Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg and I've seen like 3 webshops have a bit of stock shortly after launch and only Alternate having some stock for the past few weeks. At the moment no one has any in BE or NL. So yeah, there's a shortage.