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poochyena

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About poochyena

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    Veteran
  • Birthday Oct 21, 1995

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    Alabama
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    self employed selling costume accessories.

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    logitech mx master 2
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    w10
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  1. this could maybe help you? Its helped me in the past with disk errors https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk
  2. honestly.. a lot of them actually do come around, its just it takes so long to make and introduced to consumers so slowly that we don't even notice it. Just look at battery and computer storage density in the past decade. huge improvements
  3. Probably will still be windows 10, but like window 10X or something. It will just be a distinctive update rather than a new OS, sorta like the jump from window 8 to 8.1
  4. also a lot of people using simple passwords for throwaway accounts they care nothing about
  5. Thanks, that worked! after setting the speed and timings to what the ram is rated for, it worked
  6. The computer doesn't start, saying failed overclock.
  7. yes, multiple times, that the setting it has been at, I haven't had to change it (my old ram was 2133mhz)
  8. I bought this new ram, 3000mhz https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B077ZFCWJW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1 and I have this motherboard that supports up to 3200mhz https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B012NH05UW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1 but, with xmp enabled, hwinfo says its only running at 2133
  9. Without looking at OP's article, can you guess what time today this news was announced?
  10. if they edit the photo, yes, but if they are creating a new texture from scratch and just using the image as visual aid, then no.
  11. yes, thats what their claim is. Some images do look copy/pasted, but some could actually be recreated. It matters at lot which the case is. completely agree. I'm just saying the difference between those two things are very different
  12. then what reason would there be to not steal? Best case you get free stuff Worst case, you pay what it was worth anyways
  13. If the images were actually only used as reference and not copy/pasted into the game, then who took the photo is irrelevant. If you took a photo of a Micky Mouse statue, and I copied that design and put it in my game, i'd owe Disney royalties, not you.
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