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bcredeur97

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    It's Spicy

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    Intel Core i5-3960X @ 4.3 GHz
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    Asus P9X79WS IPMI
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    20GB of random brands DDR3-1333
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    EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti Black Edition
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    Fractal Design Define R5
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    500GB Crucial MX200 and 2x Seagate ST2000DM006's (in RAID 0)
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    a really old Corsair GS700
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    Yamakasi Catleap 2703 27" IPS 1440p and ASUS VS239H-P 23" 1080p
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    Noctua NH-D15
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    Logitech G710+
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    Mionix Naos 7000
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    Sennheiser PC350's with a TOPPING VX1 DAC/amp
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

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  1. Easy solution: stop printing? Avoid it all costs. It costs a lot. They are literally milking people for trying to do things in old ways. Print to PDF is your friend.
  2. if you learn how to slalom perfectly every time, you could prob do really well in autocross events. Lot easier said than done tho
  3. so not a lot of capacity but extremely efficient? Could certainly see this being used for something like a smart watch. Maybe a low end phone that has a focus on battery life.
  4. granted, keep in mind cloud service capacity demand went up a lot this year due to the virus and remote work. Microsoft has probably struggled the most with it. Several incidents through the year, and them even cutting back on certain features temporarily(mainly a couple things in MS Teams) due to the high demand.
  5. definitely one of the coolest Mercs ever made. Even if it was co-developed with Mclaren.
  6. Oh. Well I guess I was totally wrong then, sorry. Lol still though. Titanium is neat.
  7. they already have this in the enterprise space. Cloud PC's hosted in Azure. -> https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/virtual-desktop/ it's coming, folks.
  8. I mean like anything else, you do get what you pay for. Only exception really is for revolutionary products where someone figured out a totally new way to do something that's both better and cheaper. But that's not apples to apples.
  9. I know I complained about it in the past but it’s pretty amazing how much safety one little bar added. also titanium is so strong. iirc if you get a titanium ring; it actually causes problems if you have a medical emergency of some sort with your hands, and the ring needs to be cut off. It’s very very difficult to cut, I think they usually have to use a special tool.
  10. saw that this morning. It was crazy he walked out alive from that, supposedly only had burns on his hands and ankles.
  11. it's all good until you get that one evil person that ruins everything
  12. I really don’t see why MS wouldn’t allow this. It’s just more devices that can run their OS. Unless they really want to push their own hardware that hard? + not like we can LEGALLY run Mac OS on anything outside of Apple but qemu is great. So if this only exists in non MS approved form.... *shrug*
  13. My biggest problem with these caps is $10/50GB is crazy. Like if the customer is going over they will prob go way over... why is it so expensive? Lol does cox have some sort of deal with Comcast? Or do they use their infrastructure? Because their stuff sounds identical to cox. even the “power boost” thing they used to advertise allotted you faster speeds than your plan offered temporarily for small/bursty downloads was the same across both companies.
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