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About PCGuy_5960

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-5820K
  • Motherboard
    AsRock X99 Extreme4
  • RAM
    16GB G.Skill Ripjaws 4 2133MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro White
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 1TB boot SSD + 500Gb WD Blue + 2TB WD Green
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
  • Display(s)
    AOC 24G2U and Dell P2418D
  • Cooling
    Arctic Freezer i32
  • Keyboard
    Razer Huntsman TE
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro X Superlight
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Sooo, new status updates, eh?


    Also, looks like I've hit 20K rep. 


  2. This was discussed earlier in this thread. While the sources may not be the most credible, in one of the articles there is a link to the court filings and the case is basically what the articles are saying, so this isn't fake news.
  3. What you described is basically propaganda and yeah, it absolutely works. Well a good way to eliminate bias is to have algorithms that are biased in equal and opposite ways, so in the end the bias kind of cancels out. Not to mention that the algorithms can be tweaked by their creators if they don't work as intended, so with some tweaking, making an algorithm that isn't very biased shouldn't be that hard for a company as big as twitter.
  4. Yes, machine learning algorithms aren't biased, but they can become biased based on the data they are being trained with. To say that there has been some degree of bias in Twitter's algorithms recently wouldn't be entirely accurate IMO. Without trying to get political, an example would be "election fraud" claims from both sides (one in 2016, the other in 2020). Despite both being equally unfounded and largely bs, only one was actively censored and "fact checked" in every tweet. Or the summer riots and the recent ones, twitter seemed to crack down a bit harder on "calls to violence" for one of
  5. I don't really follow COD esports so I did a quick search. This guy has been playing pro since 2013, has more than 100K followers on Twitch and is still playing COD with a mouse and keyboard (The injury only affects his ability to play with a controller). I think it's safe to say that the gamble he took most likely paid off and judging by his twitter, his plan B (streaming) seems to be working too. That comment was most likely him genuinely being disappointed that he can't compete (COD esports is controller only), because like most competitive players, he is a very competitive person.
  6. Do you think the same for regular athletes too? He's probably already made a few millions off of salaries and prize winnings alone and he was on FaZe, so he already has a decent enough job set up for him as a content creator (Having FaZe in your name is probably enough to get you a few hundred viewers on twitch).
  7. I'd say fair enough, but twitter has recently shown that they are perfectly capable of moderating their website. They can't see themselves as a moral authority (like they currently do) and take 0 action against this kind of stuff. And it's not like this was a single tweet that got no attention so it was hard for them to even know it existed: Not to mentioned that the individual in that video apparently talked to a twitter employee about this and even provided them with proof that they were underage. Like really, it's as if twitter was actively trying to keep the video up.
  8. Facebook is a stupid conspiracy theory breeding ground and Twitter is just a retarded virtue signaling echo chamber. At least Facebook is pretty open about not really caring about what is on their platform, unlike Twitter who moderate their website but only when it's convenient.
  9. Fortnite x Raid shadow legends collab when? It's only a matter of time really, with how many collabs fortnite has been doing the past couple of months.

  10. I'm not super knowledgeable on keyboards, but there are a lot of software-less keyboards which can be customized directly from the board itself. (Some offer more limited customization from the board itself compared to using the software, but if you just want to set a simple color or mode and forget about it, you don't need the software) If you want Logitech though, the G915 is insanely good and uses the same wireless tech as their mice so latency is almost non-existent.
  11. Probably, since competitive and casual fortnite share almost everything. Not exactly sure how nerfing keyboard movement helps console players to be honest, but epic isn't exactly known for their amazing decision making. Yeah, it's pretty hit or miss afaik, but this might change since some analog keyboards are slowly appearing. If analog keyboards catch on, games would be kind of forced to add support for that.