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About Doqtori

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  • Birthday October 12

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  • Gender
  • Location
    If you see the red library, you've gone too far
  • Occupation
    Tf's that? Never heard of it


  • CPU
    AMD Phenom ii X4 955 Black Edition @ 4,0 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Whatever the fuck that Dell prebuilt that I stole had
  • RAM
    12 Gb ddr3
  • GPU
    Strix RX580 8Gb
  • PSU
    War crime
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Education/Elementary OS
  • Laptop
    Asus TUF FX505DT 8Gb model
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy A10

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  1. XFX R7860. Not exactly old, but it's still decently powerful for being an almost decade old card (+ really nice looking). MSI 865PE Neo 2-V W/ A Pentium 4 3.20GHz / 1M / 800. I sorta wanna sell this seeing the price it's going for, but at the same time, I'd wanna hang it on a wall. I just love how colorful it is. Dell Latitude D360. I really, really love this thing, mostly because my parents had one (or one very similar. Can't remember, and neither can they). I'm missing a battery for it, though, which is extremely unfortunate, because I'd daily carry this thing. Sure, it's not very powerful, but it's still good for stuff like web surfing or text editing. This thing to me, is what the Thinkpad is to many of you. I know these aren't exactly old, or retro at all, but I still felt like these belonged here.
  2. The only way to stop bots is to make enough stock that they can't buy it all
  3. Super Mario Galaxy, most memorable Team Fortress 2
  4. Wtf, you can get a 10 000 MAh rechargable battery bank for that price. Those shits should be banned as a crime against earth
  5. Corsair along with HyperX are the companies that I'll always return to. Kinda hard to pick between the two, so good customer support with both.
  6. I'd recommend going used, you can find deals for GTX 1080's for like 200$
  7. My vote goes to ProtonVPN. Been using for multiple months now with no problems. Privacy oriented, should work on all your devices.
  8. Just get ProtonVPN. I made the switch a few months ago and haven't regretted it.
  9. I don't, I just rinse it (though I don't drink anything but water from it).
  10. Just out of curiosity, where do you live? My school gets 1 Gbps, and that's the most I've ever seen IRL. The most I've seen for residents is 30 mbps.
  11. I hope I'm not necroing too hard, but Everyone saying that this proves Wikipedia isn't a reliable source is wrong. The translation is bad, but the information is right. And oxygen absorbers say "do not eat", it's there for stupid people. There's a small mark next to any unmarked parts of a Wikipedia article that I believe says "citation missing" or "source missing", can't remember which. If it says that, go get a different source. If it doesn't, 99% of the time you have a good source. If you wanna be really sure, look trough the source yourself.
  12. Finally, this is a step in the right direction. Just gotta hope Sony follows.