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Deus Voltage

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  1. To be certain, the choice is quite difficult. Having to choose between censoring people in order to ensure the cohesiveness and well-being of society or letting misinformation ran rampant because it's freedom of speech, I think that tells you something. That we're reaching some sort of a limit in terms of our approach. That the problem may need to be dealt with in ways that may be very uncomfortable. Either that or we start thinking of solutions that are out of our technological/legal/philosophical reach right now.
  2. Completely agree. I genuinely don't know how you can get those people to trust those institutions again.
  3. Riddle me this: - Suppose that we live in a world where facts no longer matter to people who feel as though they're onto something not many people know. - Suppose that that a large segment of society is comprised of those people. - Suppose those people also unquestionably believe in their dear leader, that they will never doubt them under any circumstances. - Suppose that the health of the general populace is impacted to a noticeable degree by the aforementioned segment of non-science believers. Now realize that we don't really have to suppose what I prev
  4. One of the very rare times that I would actually side with a tech giants. I'm not convinced by the censorship argument simply because your freedom ends when it starts with another person. Put differently, take this analogy as an example: + Create rules to limit people's freedom when driving so that they aren't reckless on the roads and cause injury. = Your freedom is limited to ensure the survival of others and cohesiveness of society as a whole. I understand people have good intentions when they approach the censorship topic, but sometimes they miss the trees fr
  5. We're gonna start seeing scalpers scalping scalpers
  6. Ryzen 5000 reviews are out, will update as reviews continue to come in. Gamers Nexus (5950X): Gamers Nexus (5900X): Gamers Nexus (5800X): Gamers Nexus (5600X): Linus Tech Tips: JayzTwoCents: Hardware Unboxed (5950X): Hardware Unboxed (5900X): Hardware Canucks: Paul's Hardware: Bitwit: Level1Techs: Tech YES City: Der8
  7. AMD is finally announcing its acquisition of Xilinx: In case you are wondering what Xilinx is, they define themselves on their website as " the inventor of the FPGA, programmable SoCs, and now, the ACAP." AMD also announced their revenue for 2020 Q3: Thoughts: AMD has went from a company on the brink of bankruptcy to making a $35 billion dollar deal. Quite a feat considering the competition, market conditions and, well, human malware at the moment. Will the future continue to be bright for AMD? Well,
  8. This made my blood boil a lot more than I expected. Imagine if iconic titles like New Vegas or San Andreas/NFS MW 2005 were never made because of fuckery like this. Man I hate Bethesda so much right now.
  9. As always, take this with a grain of salt. The reason being is that this is only one sample, therefore the margin of error is quite significant. Having said that, according to PassMark's webpage for Single Threaded CPU charts, the 5600X is now at the top of the chart, with a score of 3,495: While I am somewhat skeptical, mainly due to the lack of 3rd party reviews and the small number of samples tested, I am quite excited by this news. I am particularly interested in the implications that these results have on real world gaming applications or s
  10. "Instruction per cock uplift" well, that certainly is interesting Edit: yes I know they misspoke, just thought it was funny
  11. Exactly. The more I read their response, the more it starts to feel like someone panicked and typed in whatever their already panicked supervisor told them to type.
  12. It seems like MSI is doing damage control and they know their backs are stuck to the wall. Where we go from here is anybody's guess.
  13. What kind of slapping is Nvidia capable of doing to MSI? This is a bit of a first I think, but my history on these things is a bit lacking.
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