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  1. Just purchased a few Razer products to upgrade my system and this is a screenshot of what is in their privacy policy. How are people okay with this? Typing patterns are being collected, and as well as the pages you visit (which I'm hoping they're just referring to their website here.) Even if you give people the option to opt out (which isn't conveniently changeable), how many people do you think are unknowingly sharing their data to this extent to Razer? Are there any other "gaming" keyboard manufactures that do something similar, and are their any alternatives to thei
  2. I recently got a 144hrtz monitor and I really enjoy it. It does make a noticeable difference in FPS games and even general usage, just keep in mind you'll want to make sure your hardware can take advantage of it. What is your budget? And what games would you play?
  3. I hope Beats becomes the official supplier of headphones for a Counter Strike or Siege tournament. Imagine people trying to hear footsteps with these.. remember them?
  4. it's a no for me chief a PSU is arguably the most important part of a computer, saving a few dollars isn't worth the risk of killing the rest of your system (especially a Seasonic power supply)
  5. Not a great way to quote either since I just said right after that you'd think they'd keep it around on a tablet, but Apple is known for removing ports & drives anyway.
  6. be grateful you have any sort of port at all it's not a huge deal for me since I use wireless headphones anyway but on a tablet especially you'd think they'd keep it around.
  7. Generally PC hardware doesn't have much of a room for profit, as most of the real money comes from accessories like mice, keyboards, speakers, monitors, etc. For example a vendor would probably only gain $50-100 for a $1200 computer.
  8. If your laptop is fine with programing I'd stick with it and invest more in a decent/better pc rig that meets your needs. Programming generally isn't too demanding and DDR3 is still fine in computers especially for your intended use. If your laptop is having issues with speed switching to a linux distro would be beneficial.
  9. I agree as an iPhone user that I'm slightly annoyed that Apple doesn't use type c. Did you know that lightning only supports USB 2.0 speeds? Yeah, it makes offloading 4k 60FPS footage an absolute pain for those of us without airdrop. With that being said I think the reason why they haven't switched away from their proprietary lightning connector is that Apple will probably end up ditching the wired charger sometime in the next 3-4 years and making a fully port-less phone. I think they believe switching to type-c in the meantime would just be a pain for people who have a bunch of li
  10. Now I don't think he was at fault here. Tunnelbear just happened to get bought out by McAfee and LMG contacted them numerous times to no avail. It'd be too much of a pain in the ass to remove it from all the old videos but he did the right thing by not sponsoring them in future videos.
  11. Essentially it was a VPN service provider that Linus had a few years back. They are pretty poorly rated in their privacy practices and regarded as a shady company. PC Mag Article about Hotspot Shield Techquickie video where Hotspot shield is the sponsor
  12. Remember hotspot shield? Generally the only way to be 100% sure is through security audits or source code.
  13. I've been looking at this one for my 1080: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K85X2AW/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 It's on sale right now and it has gold efficiency, which will be a big upgrade over what you got right now. You're also probably going to overclock the 1080 too, and the 650 watts is gonna give you some room to.