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  1. Electricity is really expensive in the UK. Not profitable to mine crypto unless they steal power.
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    2. Drama Lama

      Drama Lama

      22 minutes ago, Eschew said:



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      looks more like buckling-spring gang

    3. fgjhfjhfhjfjhfhjfhgfjhfh


      10 hours ago, Drama Lama said:

      looks more like buckling-spring gang

      Both 👀


    4. SharktasticA


      On 4/6/2021 at 5:46 PM, Drama Lama said:

      looks more like buckling-spring gang

      Buckling springs? I HAVE BEEN SUMMONED.



  2. Here's a review of my IBM Model M 122, part number 1390888. It was made on 10th March 1987 by IBM UK in Greenock, Scotland. It's your usual Model M; it has membrane buckling springs, two-part dye-sublimated PBT keycaps, etc. As far as I'm aware, it was supposed to be used with the IBM 3270 terminal. Buckling springs You may have noticed I said membrane buckling springs. Yes, you read correctly. This is, in fact, a membrane keyboard. When you press a key, a spring buckles. When the spring buckles, it pushes a little hammer onto contacts on a plastic me
  3. The oldest Model Ms have a silver square badge, the middle(?) Ms have a grey oval badge and the newer Ms have a blue and grey oval badge. The earlier Model Ms had thick cases and thick steel plates, which got thinner over time. Cables also changed over time, but can't remember how they changed. Not really. As far as I'm aware there's not much difference between British, American and Mexican made Model Ms.
  4. No, just use a password manager or a password that isn't password123. Problem solved.
  5. I don't know, but this doesn't annoy me. I'm bad at remembering passwords so I use a password manager. I just have to remember one master password and the password manager handles the rest. IMO this is ridiculous. Minimum requirements exist to keep your account safe, not to violate your freedoms.
  6. I doubt it, usually there's very little difference, if any, so it isn't worth the extra money spent on the 750W. The PSU in OP's pcpartpicker list is fine as it is. Getting a 750W PSU will make little to no difference in everything, not just power efficiency.
  7. I'd recommend a 3600 instead if you can get it. If not, both are fine. I don't know exactly how well the 3500X performs but if it's similar to the 3600 I'd recommend it over the 2700X.