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About Shreyas1

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    Ryzen 5 2600
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    Asrock B450m Pro 4
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    Corsair Vengance LPX 2133 MHz DDR4 16 GB
  • GPU
    GP 104 ( GTX 1070 )
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    Thermaltake core v21
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    Seasonic Focus Plus 550W Gold
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    Acer gn246hl + LG 27uk850
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    Noctua NF-A14 PWM
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    G.Skill KM780 red backlight
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    Logitech g502 Proteus Spectrum
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  1. Ah yes, the buy low can'tsellbecauseIforgotmypassword strategy
  2. Ah, guess I didn't read properly. Well I'd be surprised if they got any meaningful amount as well.
  3. Can't wait for the people who bought the game on the old console to get a grand total of 3 cents.
  4. The speakers can make some pretty weird noises, especially if you play weird noises through them. Ok, I need to know more about this
  5. Ah thanks. I copypasted it but it looks like it redirects to the main page.
  6. Summary So basically, according to an internal report, Huawei, along with another artificial intelligence company, were developing artificial intelligence software that triggered an alert when it detected an Uighur person (through things like facial features). Quotes My thoughts Well this is very messed up, and personally, I'm glad that the US dropped Huawei a while back, both for security and (at this point) moral reasons. Keep in mind this is the same company that supplies China with their facial recognition technology. I am certainly not OK wi
  7. This may not be for everyone though. If the smell is strong enough, it may make people throw up, and that would be far from an enjoyable experience
  8. This may be annoying for pets lol
  9. Yeah I think this kinda comes down to a personal decision if you believe that the added performance for a few months is worth the 150-200 dollars or so you may lose if you decide to sell the card and buy a 3060 when it comes out. If you're fine with what you have rn, personally I don't think you should upgrade just yet
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  11. I mean, is your current system too weak for your workload? If it isn't, and you can wait for another few months, then do that Keep in mind the card will then lose value further by the time the 3060 comes out, both due to the fact that you used it, and that there is further competition at that price range. So you may lose some money in the long run that way. If you really need a card right now, then I would advise it. If not, its probably best to wait