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FilipSebik

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    FilipSebik got a reaction from Tech_Dreamer in [Funny review] Sexy PC Mouse A4tech Bloody A60 Blazing V-Track Core 2 White   
    Oh, Really? (sarcasm af)

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    FilipSebik reacted to PlayStation 2 in Will my toe nail going to heal or grow a new one?   
    Could you please, for the fucking love of god, put the image in a spoiler?
    More on-topic, you might wanna see a doctor about it, but generally speaking, toenails will grow back.
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    FilipSebik reacted to Vishera in XFX rx 590 fatboy cooling   
    If it's not broken don't fix it.
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    FilipSebik reacted to BecauseICanTBH in Where do you draw the line on technology in your life?   
    At this point, it's no secret that technology is going to keep advancing to the extremes in all fields. Pretty soon, people will be getting implants in their brains and whatnot. All sorts of sci-fi stuff is about to become a reality.
     
    My question is, where do you draw the line? Where do you, personally, stop and say "this is enough tech for me"?
     
    For me:
    5g. I'll probably never get a phone that is even hardware-capable of 5g. I don't want that around me. VR/AR. Too disconnected from real life. Unnecessary and intrusive to the mind. That includes smart glasses. Virtual tours like Google Street View is my limit for that type. Network connected home appliances, lighting, surveillance, door locks, etc. I demand full, analog control over that type of stuff, and wouldn't expose things in my home to potential hacking. I won't buy anything like that if it has the hardware for wifi/bluetooth connectivity. I'm all for robotics making my life easier (robot vacuums, lawn mowers, etc), but not if they're connected to the internet. Home assistant speakers and the likes, such as Alexa/Google Home. Implants. I'd have to be out of my damn mind.  
    What about you?
     
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    FilipSebik reacted to Velcade in Leaving thermal paste residue on CPU until next morning?   
    You're fine.  Go enjoy your evening and wipe that shizzz tomorrow.
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    FilipSebik reacted to Streetguru in Balanced Power Plan Causes Micro Stutters   
    It's probably just windows being windows
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from Schnoz in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from Warrie in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from IAmAndre in Help with my audio cables   
    4 sleeves on the aux cord. not 3 

    Look at the TRRS and find something like that
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    FilipSebik reacted to emosun in Retro config   
    a dual 771 board is the best 775 board lol
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from GabrielLP14 in What cooler should i buy for a better temperature?   
    No problem
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from GabrielLP14 in What cooler should i buy for a better temperature?   
    No it wouldn't make a noticeable difference and I doubt the AKASA one would be better than your AIO too, but its the best Air alternative that you can get right now. If you think its worth trying it then do it and if you are not satisfied then you can return it if it they accept returns
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from GabrielLP14 in What cooler should i buy for a better temperature?   
    https://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-739540391-cooler-akasa-venom-medusa-_JM?quantity=1
    This is like the same thing as NH-D15 
    and also an AIO doesn't necessarily reduce temperatures as you already have 280mm AIO, so an better 360mm AIO wouldn't help
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from GabrielLP14 in What cooler should i buy for a better temperature?   
    Get Noctua NH-D15 if it fits inside your case. Its much better than getting an AIO cuz air coolers need no maintenance except cleaning the dust, but that's the same as with AIOs. The NH-D15 for me performed about 25% cooler than my Kelvin S36 that I have now
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from wONKEyeYEs in HDD Just died overnight. Anything I can do?   
    Too bad for me. Backup utility costs money (aka backup HDDs in atomic bomb proof cases) *not rly
    And I am a student and asking for that kind of sh*t on Christmas will make me get 1 more pair of black short socks cuz I am 19...
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    FilipSebik reacted to wONKEyeYEs in HDD Just died overnight. Anything I can do?   
    Learn from the experience and keep backupS.
     
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    FilipSebik reacted to Slottr in CPU letters   
    This is just a guess: But I assume batch number
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    FilipSebik reacted to RuffRuffmcgruff in What income you think average person should get yearly   
    By law everyone has to listen to HardBass on a daily basis, and vodka is  free!
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from lambocivic in Gaming PC restarting suddenly, up-to 3 times a day   
    Look at CPU and GPU heatsink and try to run a benchmark or stress test with HWMonitor open to see the temps and to see if it shuts down and at which temperature. If its not a temperature problem, then it can be power supply 
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from lambocivic in Gaming PC restarting suddenly, up-to 3 times a day   
    If they are dusty, you can see it visually or you can take a photo of both of them and then post it here if you can't decide if they are dusty  and use HWMonitor to "monitor" the temperatures
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    FilipSebik got a reaction from lambocivic in Gaming PC restarting suddenly, up-to 3 times a day   
    Well its not dusty as much that it would overheat so I would say that it might be something else like a power supply or something. But using stock intel heatsink for I7-8700 is not recommened and I myself would take a look at the CPU temps 
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    FilipSebik reacted to EnergyEclipse in A negative experience with EA Live's support. *Long Read*   
    Hi there,
     
    I wish to inform of the negative experience in which I have just recently received with EA Live support. I contacted them after attempting to install Battlefield 1 left me confused with why it was requesting more space than it should be according to the game's system requirements page.
     
    Here is the chat transcript if you may wish to read through. Needless to say, I am strongly unimpressed and was sure to let them know in there feedback page.
     
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