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theninja35

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About theninja35

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    Cars, car design, design, computers, music.

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  • CPU
    i5-4690K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming 5 Z97
  • RAM
    16GB of Corsair Vengeance 1866MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Black
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    1x WD Caviar Blue 1TB 7200RPM, 1x Crucial MX100 256GB
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    EVGA 750w G2 PSU
  • Cooling
    Kraken X31 (Hoping to mod my S340/make custom loop)

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  1. Mission: Impossible came out in the late 90s but is still a good movie.
  2. My understanding is that the methods outlined by Apple are not the same as the methods outlined by the team in the article that you've linked. It seems to be that Apple's patent mentions using heat that could be achieved while charging a phone, but the Japanese team has developed a method of self-healing that uses compression and they state that heat is an inferior method because it specifically requires high temperatures in order to achieve any healing. This seems to be another example that is similar to the paper that you've linked. It mentions using compression to heal the phone
  3. It's a bummer that you had to sell it and I feel for you and your 8 year old, but you probably made the right decision. Hopefully once all of this is over, you guys will be able to get another one or something even better. Also, to contribute to the Christmas gifts topic, my parents would always get one family gift. The Christmas tag would say something like, "To The Ninjas/The Ninja family, from Santa." Last year we got a Nintendo Switch with some extra controllers so we could play Super Mario Brothers and Mario Kart together. That was a lot of fun and as long as your kids are oka
  4. What kind of car is it? I've been wanting to start a project car with my parents on an old Dart or Coronet since this might be my last year living with them, but prices have been going up since the pandemic began.
  5. To be fair, when I use thermal paste I end up with like half a tube left and then I lose it before it's time to reapply...so I don't know if I'd really end up buying more than I do, just from the perspective of an average consumer who likes computers.
  6. I haven't watched the video but 300/770 is .389 which rounds up to .39 which, when multiplied by 100 or represented as a percentage, is 39. So whether or not that's how they calculated it, that does work out just fine.
  7. With all due respect, if you're serious, I don't think the forums are the place to ask for a partnership or a job. I'm sure it's wonderful that you'd like to join their team, but there are right ways and there are wrong ways. You should probably first establish yourself in the tech industry and build a resume, and maybe actively participate on the forums. Anyway, @LinusTech, I'm looking to be your personal chauffeur hmu. Pink Lambos only.
  8. A few dollars across thousands of TVs adds up. The guys who are tasked with researching the market and developing the TV are probably well aware of DisplayPort, but for one reason or another, it's just not justifiable or reasonable to them for them to add it. The only time I've seen a DisplayPort on a device or on a display is for a monitor and on my graphics card. All of my regular entertainment devices only have HDMI ports. If I upgraded my TV I would want to use the cords that I already have, which are all HDMI, and I don't think I'm alone in that regard.
  9. I think most people use HDMI cords or have them already, especially consumers of TVs. Ease of use impacts someone's impressions of a product a lot, even if it's not directly the product's fault. If I'm an average consumer with loads of HDMI cords and and I buy the TV and it has a DisplayPort, something which I as a typical consumer have probably never actually had to use, I'm going to be disappointed when I go to plug in my stuff and I have to buy a new cord to use it. It might even affect sales, albeit marginally. Then I'll be thinking, "well why in the world didn't the engineers
  10. I hope that flip-phones in the future look a little bit slicker, or like something that belongs in the future. I think the flip-phone I had in middle school looked cooler than this (granted, mine was race car red.)
  11. My MSI GTX 970 lasted longer than my EVGA GTX 1080 lol. I've always heard good things about EVGA but man, that was a little bit of a disappointment. My MSI Z97 board is great too, although I've only had it for 5 years or so. I think I'll be buying at least one MSI product when I get a new computer, anyway, whether it be the motherboard or the graphics card (or that sick plush dragon if I can get one lol).
  12. Smash Brothers is a huge family party game and I had never even heard of these guys until these accusations came about. Most players and families won't hear about it at all. Unless each individual is proven to be involved in some wicked scandal, I don't think this will even affect competitive play. I think it's going to be a blip on the radar and nothing else will come of it.
  13. I'm interested in your thoughts on Mopars but I'm too afraid to ask so don't answer. Anyway, the Viper is a real killer. Even the new ones with all the fancy safety stuff is still pretty brutal to drive. I've driven a Scat Pack Charger and I can't imagine a Mustang is much harder to drive, so it just comes down to people who don't know how to drive the Mustang.
  14. Honda makes driveable lawn mowers and they also make power equipment to cut the grass.
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