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Orcblood

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About Orcblood

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    Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computer Science, Computer Science, Computer Science and food. Also fishing, basket ball, and video games.
  • Occupation
    Programmer Analyst

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 2700x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero (Wi-Fi) AM4 X470 ATX
  • RAM
    16GB (Soon to be 32GB) Corsair Dominator Plats @3000mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 1070 FTW Gaming 8GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6 Black Brushed Aluminum
  • Storage
    500gb Samsung 960 EVO nvme (OS/Programs), 500gb Samsung 850 EVO ssd (Personnel), and 2tb Sandisk Ultra (Game Drive)
  • PSU
    xfx Pro 850W
  • Display(s)
    ASUS MG279Q Black 27" IPS 144 Hz (Main), Dell UltraSharp U2312HM (2nd)
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Prism
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 LUX Cherry MX Browns
  • Mouse
    Corsair Sabre
  • Sound
    Mayflower ARC, Hyper X Cloud II Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. what is that image though? Source?
  2. Lol right? It seems to good to be true. Must wait to see this feature released. That is if it's not just a dummy toggle
  3. Summary In unexpected news - the long time advertising rooted tech giant, Google, and the owner of the worlds largest mobile OS and consequently one of the largest advertising platform, Android, has decided to allow users in the upcoming Android 12 update to opt-out of Advertising ID's in the OS's settings. Advertising ID's, or in Android's specific case GAIDs (Google Advertising IDs), help apps, like Facebook, to track users across differing apps & platforms in order to build a profile of the user. To note though these ID's are not required to build a profile o
  4. Good to see. Hopefully it runs better for us Radeon users as been reported by many on /r/AMD about CryEngine based games. Hopeful with seeing them mention current gen console support and modern hardware.
  5. Wtf. I'll pretend you didn't say that cause I know you like to win an argument.
  6. Well I'm still happy with my decision. You should stop using Facebook too if you are. Stopping any vector they have to your data is a good thing especially a vector they blatantly control completely. Otherwise it's similar to "I have nothing to hide so why should I care if they see my data."
  7. I perma deleted facebook 2 weeks ago after a few trial runs of having my account de-activated. Think it needs another 2 weeks of me not logging on until it's permanently gone. I downloaded the data prior so I atleast have it to look back on. Used it for 10+ years. All I gotta say it feels go not to be supporting that company anymore with my time & data. No regrets. If only more normies would do the same. I like what they are doing at Gab, the implemented things so well & the transparent give what money you want model works well No adverts so no reason to sell your data. I understand
  8. I don't want Apple to win the PC space. Come on other companies! Bring the heat! But don't actually
  9. That triggers me. Is it I don't want to signup for a new app excuse? Or, and this may be a bit sexist is it the females in the group refusing to leave WhatsApp? Always seems harder with them.
  10. Eh Yahoo can burn. Their news site suckz donkey balls. Their comment section over a year has been disabled because and I quote, "Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting." Their a bunch of wokies that hate free-speech or don't know what it is and like their safe space. I don't trust any news-site that disabled their comment section as not to receive any criticism.
  11. I'll i will say here is Boooooo. bad move. Edit: Also reminder that Odysee.com is awesome and a great alternative.
  12. Honestly I'm tempted to go back to an iPhone. It's been 5 years. Though it's kinda strange that'd i'd feel embarrassed to have an iphone as I am known to be quite the nerd among friends & family. Carrying an iphone would be low-key embarrassing as the way the tech community has criticized & in some cases hate on Apple, though for some for very good reasons mind you. Atleast Apple appears to be more privacy focused at this time maybe cause they realize there's a good market for it. That can all change though and is why I'm hesitant to support a much more closed platform & not a more
  13. Wait really!?!? Exciting news! I may try this on my One Plus 7 Pro cause I hate knowing google is collecting data. Mater of fact 20x more data than that of ios as I recently learned. Enough negative reviews of the previous version of LineageOS for my phone kept me from doing this already. May actually pull the trigger now. Now just really hope the camera quality isn't complete a$$. Edit: And fudge, it's not available for my phone. At-least yet.
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