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AresKrieger

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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Lloyd Dunamis in Is there such thing as "reverse bottleneck"?   
    So the reason why a cpu being really weak while being paired with a high end cpu is that the gpu's performance is dependent on the cpu the reverse is not true however the gpu being weak would lower performance yes but it doesn't limit the cpu at all
     
    So get the good cpu if your current one is trash
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Ben17 in PSU Tier List [OLD]   
    Oh I'm aware of their problem being a little overdone, but those T5 units are still garbage and really deserved their place towards the bottom, I was however unaware they had switched them, they should have rebranded them in that case given the bad rep the old ones had.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from J.b091 in What do people hate about Apple?   
    Their software is restrictive and platform limited, and they are not priced near what their low specs are
     
    Also I hated steve jobs on a personal level, though now that he's dead that portion of my dislike of apple is gone
     
    (oh and many people who swear by apple have been d-bags to me)
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from xriqn in PSU Tier List [OLD]   
    Still not touching the cx greens with a 10 foot pole, and consider them lower but whatever the list needed updating for sure.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from stateofpsychosis in COMPLETELY Random Shutdowns on 5 month old computer.   
    If its specific to chrome it is in all likely hood a software issue and given the recent instability of windows 10 updates that would be my primary suspect, can't hurt to try the extra psu though, assuming its enough to power the computer
    That would likely fix the issue if software related, the only other potential problematic software component that would remain afterwards would be the bios
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from TacoSenpai in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    On the one hand this technology is likely going to abused beyond the scope of identifying targets seen by an attack drone thus being a major potential issue down the line. But if these people think that this tech used in the context of project maven would lead to more drone strikes on identified targets well they'd be wrong as the military usually launches anyway if targets appear to be "military aged men"
     
    I personally have no moral issue on working with weapons or on military projects, but given the political leanings of google employees I'm not surprised some do granted the fact they just realize google isn't some hippy liberal arts college and rather a immoral company makes me question their vigilance prior to this.
     
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Bensemus in Porn Pass (age verification in the UK)   
    Well at least the VPN industry will profit from this hell its probably cheaper than the license more convenient to boot, this law is essentially a giant advert for VPNs
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Septimus in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    On the one hand this technology is likely going to abused beyond the scope of identifying targets seen by an attack drone thus being a major potential issue down the line. But if these people think that this tech used in the context of project maven would lead to more drone strikes on identified targets well they'd be wrong as the military usually launches anyway if targets appear to be "military aged men"
     
    I personally have no moral issue on working with weapons or on military projects, but given the political leanings of google employees I'm not surprised some do granted the fact they just realize google isn't some hippy liberal arts college and rather a immoral company makes me question their vigilance prior to this.
     
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from cj09beira in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    If there is a single person on the planet maybe, and even then I'm skeptical
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Ithanul in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    If there is a single person on the planet maybe, and even then I'm skeptical
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Starelementpoke in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    If there is a single person on the planet maybe, and even then I'm skeptical
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Dabombinable in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    On the one hand this technology is likely going to abused beyond the scope of identifying targets seen by an attack drone thus being a major potential issue down the line. But if these people think that this tech used in the context of project maven would lead to more drone strikes on identified targets well they'd be wrong as the military usually launches anyway if targets appear to be "military aged men"
     
    I personally have no moral issue on working with weapons or on military projects, but given the political leanings of google employees I'm not surprised some do granted the fact they just realize google isn't some hippy liberal arts college and rather a immoral company makes me question their vigilance prior to this.
     
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Levent in Dozen employees (so far) at Google quit in protest as company continues with "Project Maven" military project.   
    On the one hand this technology is likely going to abused beyond the scope of identifying targets seen by an attack drone thus being a major potential issue down the line. But if these people think that this tech used in the context of project maven would lead to more drone strikes on identified targets well they'd be wrong as the military usually launches anyway if targets appear to be "military aged men"
     
    I personally have no moral issue on working with weapons or on military projects, but given the political leanings of google employees I'm not surprised some do granted the fact they just realize google isn't some hippy liberal arts college and rather a immoral company makes me question their vigilance prior to this.
     
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Jito463 in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    Who the hell takes surveys
     
    Did you see election polls prior to Trump winning
    Frankly after Obamacare was shoved down my throat I'm all for not passing anything ever again on the federal level, I prefer my state government to the federal nonsense any day.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in Porn Pass (age verification in the UK)   
    Well at least the VPN industry will profit from this hell its probably cheaper than the license more convenient to boot, this law is essentially a giant advert for VPNs
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from DrMacintosh in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    Well I doubt it will pass the house and honestly I don't want it to I'd rather the companies that are forming a cartel be broken apart as net neutrality doesn't fix anything for me what so ever.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from GDRRiley in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    That's because they weren't in agreement of territory boundaries  yet, in essence all of these issues stem from localized monopolization of telecommunications via a "secret" (everyone knows about it) agreement between the major providers to essentially form a cartel. In essence enforce the laws that deal with cartels and the issue becomes entirely meaningless.
     
    Frankly net neutrality never stopped throttling, it just changed how they do it essentially throttling data during certain time spans for regions rather than certain content like video streams and torrent.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    Who the hell takes surveys
     
    Did you see election polls prior to Trump winning
    Frankly after Obamacare was shoved down my throat I'm all for not passing anything ever again on the federal level, I prefer my state government to the federal nonsense any day.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    Well I doubt it will pass the house and honestly I don't want it to I'd rather the companies that are forming a cartel be broken apart as net neutrality doesn't fix anything for me what so ever.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from Arika S in Senate votes to overturn ajit pais net neutrality repeal   
    That's because they weren't in agreement of territory boundaries  yet, in essence all of these issues stem from localized monopolization of telecommunications via a "secret" (everyone knows about it) agreement between the major providers to essentially form a cartel. In essence enforce the laws that deal with cartels and the issue becomes entirely meaningless.
     
    Frankly net neutrality never stopped throttling, it just changed how they do it essentially throttling data during certain time spans for regions rather than certain content like video streams and torrent.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from BuckGup in Isn't this ridiculously overpriced?   
    No, pricing doesn't go down on CPUs not if they're new anyway
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from SLCH in Porn Pass (age verification in the UK)   
    Well at least the VPN industry will profit from this hell its probably cheaper than the license more convenient to boot, this law is essentially a giant advert for VPNs
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from sony7 in Should I buy Gigabyte Aorus GeForce GTX 1070 Ti or Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 GAMING 8GB ?   
    The 1080 is better by a small margin, if you were willing to OC a 1070ti can match a 1080 but you could OC a 1080 to pull ahead I would go with a 1080 over a 1070ti if $35 all your saving but that's preference, as for brand I never go ASUS personally and have had good luck with past gigabyte gaming cards.
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from LienusLateTips in COMPLETELY Random Shutdowns on 5 month old computer.   
    If its specific to chrome it is in all likely hood a software issue and given the recent instability of windows 10 updates that would be my primary suspect, can't hurt to try the extra psu though, assuming its enough to power the computer
    That would likely fix the issue if software related, the only other potential problematic software component that would remain afterwards would be the bios
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    AresKrieger got a reaction from WMGroomAK in Intel 10nm CPUs shipping in Lenovo Ideapad 330?   
    Yield issues merely limit the profit margin and max output, and given how the main benefit besides die shrink of a smaller process node is power efficiency it would make sense to push that for mobile chips even if it may not get as good profit margins.
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