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SlimyPython

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    SlimyPython got a reaction from Arika S in Moderators on the Forum   
    whoever it is doesnt deserve a pen/pencil when they go to an exam
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    SlimyPython reacted to Drama Lama in Nvidia RTX 3070 with 16GB of VRAM   
    will they now release the RTX 3070 with 16Gb vram or will they not?
    they'll probably cancel it again
     
    Ok Nvidia, give us the rtx 3070 with 16Gb or we will make them ourselves
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    SlimyPython reacted to MageTank in China’s Inner Mongolia Declares War on Crypto Mining   
    Pretty sure it's impossible to be a criminal AND Canadian, at least that's what we are taught here in the rest of the world. Maybe they get a free pass?
  4. Agree
    SlimyPython reacted to Blademaster91 in China’s Inner Mongolia Declares War on Crypto Mining   
    I agree gaming has a subjective value,but so does cryptocurrency, not everyone is interested in it. Someone can make money from gaming and its much less volatile than mining as long as they can hold viewers, and enjoying a game can be a way to relive stress or connect you with friends.
    Mining hasn't been for everyone since coins could be mined with a $200 AMD or Nvidia GPU's, mining nowadays reminds me of meme stocks, its a scheme for rich people to get richer.
    Up to is the important part there, and a GPU rarely draws 300w alone, 300w is like the total system consumption for a PC with a Ryzen cpu. And a gaming PC is going to be on 3-4 hours a day unless someone is a streamer, so much less worse for the environment. But this topic keeps getting spun around to "gaming bad" while people are missing the point that using less energy is also important rather than pointing fingers and says "But thats bad and you shouldn't either".
    Well everyone has to have some kind of entertainment, and gaming for a few hours isn't nearly as bad as running 20 gpus for mining. My gaming PC is off at night, and I rarely play any new games anymore, a lot of newer titles just aren't worth $60 imo.
  5. Funny
    SlimyPython reacted to Moonzy in China’s Inner Mongolia Declares War on Crypto Mining   
    Me: -explained that it provides something useful to me-
    Brooksie: no
     
    I don't know what else to say, you're just dismissive at this point
     
    Ladies and gentlemen, we got him
     
    Get the weatherman, he's buying up all the GPU
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    SlimyPython reacted to Moonzy in Moderators on the Forum   
    intel:

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    SlimyPython reacted to FakeKGB in Moderators on the Forum   
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    SlimyPython reacted to Moonzy in Moderators on the Forum   
    idk, but i saw Hex, must be witchcraft
     
    burn them
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    SlimyPython got a reaction from starry in Moderators on the Forum   
    idk which trap yall referring to youtube is blocked
     
     
    edit: Oh...
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    SlimyPython got a reaction from sub68 in Moderators on the Forum   
    idk which trap yall referring to youtube is blocked
     
     
    edit: Oh...
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    SlimyPython got a reaction from Schnoz in Moderators on the Forum   
    But what if i dont want to
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    SlimyPython reacted to Mateyyy in Intel is dropping its overclocking focused warranty   
    Going over DDR4-3200 (in the case of Zen 2/3) is considered overclocking, and I'm pretty sure AMD will "void" your warranty if you've overclocked.
     
    Or, in other words, if you specifically tell them that you overclocked your CPU or ran 3600MHz memory or whatever, they'll probably tell you that your CPU isn't covered by warranty and will need to call back 5 minutes later and just tell them that you didn't overclock it instead. Which is exactly the same as it is with Intel. 
    Actually no, never mind, I forgot:     
    I n T e L    b A d
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    SlimyPython reacted to leadeater in Intel is dropping its overclocking focused warranty   
    Overlocking Ryzen in a lot of ways just boils down to "Make colder, goes faster", since the clocks are dynamic based on temperature. So maybe the best overclocking method is move somewhere bloody cold and put the PC outside 
  14. Agree
    SlimyPython reacted to Arika S in Intel is dropping its overclocking focused warranty   
    people have been overclocking for years up until now with most people not even knowing about this warranty, it didn't stop them, AMD doesn't offer one and yet also get overclocked. Both Intel and AMD's warranties are voided if you overclock, but very rarely would they even be able to tell that was the cause of the chip's death unless you severely fucked up
     
    seriously what's with everyone suddenly making it out be that this optional warranty was somehow required to overclock? and that it's the end of the world that they are getting rid of this largely unknown service?
  15. Funny
    SlimyPython reacted to leadeater in Microsoft Urges Businesses to Patch Critical Exchange Server Flaws   
    I've been enjoying reading our internal conversation chain about this all day 🤣
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    SlimyPython reacted to Vanderburg in MagSafe ports patented, possibility pending   
    This does not change the fact that in Australia there are 48 million Kangaroos and in Uruguay there are 3,457,380 inhabitants. So if the Kangaroos decide to invade Uruguay, each Uruguayan will have to fight 14 kangaroos.
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    SlimyPython reacted to RejZoR in MagSafe ports patented, possibility pending   
    Lets be honest here. Lightning came into existence before USB-C was a thing. It literally predates reversible connector of "today".
     
    Seeing the connector shape on this patent, sure, it's proprietary, but I see potential. Following MagSafe mentality, you can yank it and it'll disconnect at any angle. Contacts seem massive which can mean high current/voltage charging. It may be proprietary, but I can see potential in this stuff. While USB-C isn't exactly fragile, but it just doesn't feel like something really sturdy either. Plus, this new "MagSafe" can offer superior water resistance and much easier cleaning because it's not a deep port or connector with a hole in the middle of it.
     
    Only downside might be badly made phone cases that don't have enough clearance to fit the connector (similar issue as a lot of cases have with headphone jack ports).
     
    Proprietary, but it has so many pros dismissing it just because it's Apple would be stupid.
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    SlimyPython reacted to Eschew in Moderators on the Forum   
    Peanut butter.
    ...Pee Nut Butt Er.
     
    Might as well be poop.

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    SlimyPython reacted to sub68 in Moderators on the Forum   
    out of context that is poop
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    SlimyPython reacted to Energycore in Moderators on the Forum   
    FTFY
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    SlimyPython reacted to FakeKGB in Moderators on the Forum   
    69.
    One to lick it, and 68 to keep the bots at bay.
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    SlimyPython reacted to Moonzy in Moderators on the Forum   
    gasp can be heard all around the world for 3 days straight, causing mass confusion
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    SlimyPython reacted to Moonzy in Bitfinex sets record with titanic $4.5B and $5B BTC transactions   
    If scamming means giving me $2000-3000 a month, please continue scamming me ❤️
     
    So I get more money to buy more GPU, causing less gamers to produce co2 while wasting their time.
    Saving gamers, one GPU at a time.❤️
     
    I enjoy the rage and chaos, because all the reasoning I've seen so far are bullshit, just like yours
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    SlimyPython reacted to gabrielcarvfer in Google will stop personalized ads and tracking   
    Dude, it's @FakeKGBaccusing @FakeNSA.
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    SlimyPython reacted to FakeKGB in Google will stop personalized ads and tracking   
    Google will auction it off to the NSA.
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