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Everything posted by nothans

  1. Switch to TPG. The customer service is nonexistent but at least speeds are quite good
  2. Hahahahha That is perhaps the best solution I've heard so far.
  3. Just short the power connectors on the motherboard with a phillips head or, and this is somewhat inelegant, you could short the power connectors and then use the PSU's power button as the system power button
  4. That used to be the case but the P phones are now flagship. Think of it like how OnePlus has 2 flagship devices that release during different dates ie. OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro.
  5. Huawei has announced its new flagship P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ handsets. These devices do not come with GMS and any google suite of apps, instead relying on Huawei's App Gallery. These new flagship devices contain the HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G chipset which directly compete against the Snapdragon 865 mobile processor and the X55 5G modem combination. Huawei's SoC design incorporates the 5G modem inside of the SoC unlike Qualcomm's design which means that all of the P40 lineup contains the same 5G modem supporting the same 5G bands unlike the Galaxy S20 lineup. They claim this design is much more
  6. Probably going to be some Frankenstein proprietary format or basically fake wraith prism coolers.
  7. I am optimistic about crypto but due to its high volatility and just how complex the whole process is compared just buying stocks of a public company I wouldn't recommend crypto to basically anyone as of right now. Let's see what the future holds for it though.
  8. Might be. Personally i heard this news a couple of hours ago and I just wanted to see the community's perspective on this and inform y'all
  9. via: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/11/official-monero-website-is-hacked-to-deliver-currency-stealing-malware/ The official website for the digital currency Monero was hacked and modified to deliver a malware disguised as crypto wallets with the purpose of stealing user's' currency. Researchers found that there had been changes made to the Linux binary was a script that ran when open which sent your wallet seed to a server. The Windows CLI wallet functioned similarly. At the time of publication of this topic and article from which this was sourced, one reddit