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i7-6700K

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    i7-6700K reacted to KSores in Does anyone play ARK: SotF?   
    i just got into it and then i sold my graphics card 
    i am getting a new one in 2 days (bet u cant guess which one) 
    and ill play with you 
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from 0x1e in Keep fans running 24/7 even while PC is off?   
    you'll still get dust even if you have positive airflow lol
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    i7-6700K reacted to exercutor5 in Legit link to obs   
    https://obsproject.com/
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    i7-6700K reacted to Zentex in Why does my HDD do this?   
    Thanks, I'll give it a go in a bit.
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from Enderman in AIO Replacement fans   
    nf-a14 ftw
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from m_tieu in AIO Replacement fans   
    nf-a14 ftw
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    i7-6700K reacted to KezzaMcFezza in Soundproof foam   
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from wkdpaul in Soundproof foam   
    Sorry but ProKeero is wrong. "Soundproof foam" is actually acoustic foam. Acoustic foam changes the echo of sounds, not deafen it. This is why music creators have this installed, to re-direct sound from bouncing of the room. Sound-proofing is used during the construction of houses. 
     
    Soundproofing:

     
    Acoustic foam:
     

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    i7-6700K reacted to HrutkayMods in install.exe? cannot access it   
    Windows updates for some odd reason put a temporary file like that on my spare drive. that is what it probably is, just take ownership of it and delete it, you don't need it
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from HrutkayMods in install.exe? cannot access it   
    thanks so much. this file scared the crap out of me
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from MimigaKing in Soundproof foam   
    Sorry but ProKeero is wrong. "Soundproof foam" is actually acoustic foam. Acoustic foam changes the echo of sounds, not deafen it. This is why music creators have this installed, to re-direct sound from bouncing of the room. Sound-proofing is used during the construction of houses. 
     
    Soundproofing:

     
    Acoustic foam:
     

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    i7-6700K reacted to KezzaMcFezza in HELP! Windows 10 broke!   
    I might have to sell you if you keep running away from my motherboard.
     
    Kek 
    Dam these jokes are getting cheesier xD.
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from KezzaMcFezza in HELP! Windows 10 broke!   
    cheesy af
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from SSL in Soundproof foam   
    Sorry but ProKeero is wrong. "Soundproof foam" is actually acoustic foam. Acoustic foam changes the echo of sounds, not deafen it. This is why music creators have this installed, to re-direct sound from bouncing of the room. Sound-proofing is used during the construction of houses. 
     
    Soundproofing:

     
    Acoustic foam:
     

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    i7-6700K reacted to Domifi in Do wii remotes work on win10?   
    You have to press the 1 and 2 buttons simultaneously to connect it. You can use it then in an emulator like Dolphin, but not on its own.
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    i7-6700K reacted to Stardar1 in How to test keyboard keys?   
    And here we see a processor asking how to use a keyboard. 
     
    THEY'RE BECOMING SELF AWARE!!!
     
    also online typing testers will not only test the keys to see if they work, but your skill with them as well. 
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    i7-6700K reacted to GreezyJeezy in Cheapest mechanical keyboard?   
    you can get like $10 shit ones from this chinese website i forgot
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    i7-6700K reacted to Swndlr in Cheapest mechanical keyboard?   
    Strate imo
     
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from Swndlr in Cheapest mechanical keyboard?   
    thanks for the replies. I will get the strafe
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from valdyrgramr in Cheapest mechanical keyboard?   
    thanks for the replies. I will get the strafe
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    i7-6700K reacted to KezzaMcFezza in Refurbished mechanical keyboard good??   
    Duuuude why are you outta my motherboard!? that was my keyboard!
     
    Kek
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from Garrzilla in Good Processor for $500-600 Build?   
    i5-4460 or i3-6100
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    i7-6700K reacted to SeanAngelo in How often do you need to clean your pc   
    when you're bored. jk. i clean mine every month or so.
     
    i like your name btw  
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    i7-6700K reacted to RedWulf in Malwarebytes detected malicious website - Skype?   
    1) false positive
    2)virus piggybacking on the skype data
    3)Microsoft spyware
    either way it shouldn't hurt anything to let it be removed
     
     
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    i7-6700K got a reaction from dark_xzyph3r in Malwarebytes detected malicious website - Skype?   
    I just searched up similar problems that people had like this. This was one answer:
     
    Malwarebytes has IP blocklists grabbed from a variety of sources.   Any IP in the world can be on a blocklist for a variety of reasons.  That IP is in an IP address range hosting at least one open-ended outgoing e-mail server.  Open ended SMTP servers are generally used to send spam, so it can end up on a spam blacklist even if no spam is ever sent.
     
    Skype interacts with a lot of IPs.   So when Malwarebytes set's off its rather ridiculous alarms, all it's informing you is that Skype is interacting with an IP of a possible email server that "might" send out spam.  It doesn't mean you're infected or being attacked by anything.  It's not like you're interacting over e-mail (port 25) in the first place.  
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