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caincha

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    caincha reacted to LogicalDrm in Unable to upload HD videos on YouTube   
    Details of the file showing resolution and bitrate for it. Also, if you like to make file as optimized as possible, here are what YT is recommending https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171#zippy=%2Ccontainer-mp%2Caudio-codec-aac-lc%2Cvideo-codec-h%2Cframe-rate%2Cbitrate
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    caincha reacted to si1enze in Unable to upload HD videos on YouTube   
    Right-click on the video while it's playing, and click 'stats for nerds'.  It will show all you want to know at the upper left corner.  
     
    Edit -- for the video on youtube I mean.
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    caincha reacted to DarthBudgie in help with older macbook?   
    i think it was the charger or the port as i had the port replaced and the problems slowly went away oddly enough 
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    caincha reacted to Electronics Wizardy in Video rendering - more cores or more GPU vram?   
    Those will be much faster on a pc with a 3070 if you can use that.
     
    Or get something like a egpu for your mac.
     
    What is the cpu usage like? Those programs are mostly gpu, so cpu cores shouldn't matter, but Id aim for more than 4 cores.
     
     
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    caincha reacted to sub68 in When is Madison going to be hired? (we're still waiting)   
    SHUT UP NOW
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    caincha reacted to zerocool1431 in Is there a motherboard that is compatible with both i7 6700 and i9 9900?   
    99% it's a no. 1% I'm unsure because never trust technology. Anything can be possible.
    The max you can find is support for 6th and 7th gen in a board.
    The 8th gen boards are unlikely to support 6th gen despite having the same LGA 1151 socket.
    Had a friend's 6700k which had some board issues. Couldn't find a 200 or 100 series board (z170,z270 and all the others)
    So he eventually decided to sell both and opt for a new ryzen which costed the same as the old system
    Why? Duh. Intel.
     
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    caincha reacted to Moonzy in Is there a motherboard that is compatible with both i7 6700 and i9 9900?   
    different chipset
    and intel just doesnt want to support the 9900k CPU in the lower chipset, and vice versa
     
    they technically share the same socket, and people have gotten 8000 series CPU running in 7000 series boards thru bios modding (which isnt available at stock)
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    caincha got a reaction from soldier_ph in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    Summary
    In the shadow of what should be shortly implemented by WhatsApp, Tinder seems to be following in the same footsteps and making mandatory the sharing of personal data and location.
    I couldn't find anything other than a Reddit post as of yet. I assume it was just released and news should pop the following day.
     
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    And like WhatsApp I will not accept it being mandatory and will ditch the app. 
    If this becomes the trend I see myself deleting pretty much anything that tries to track me with my consent.
    I am aware most already do and are just trying to make it legal - Tinder and WhatsApp included - but at least without having my consent there can be consequences in the future but once we do officially agree to it any sort of online privacy will be lost in less than a decade so… Long live Tor…?
     
    Sources
     
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    caincha got a reaction from cj09beira in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    Summary
    In the shadow of what should be shortly implemented by WhatsApp, Tinder seems to be following in the same footsteps and making mandatory the sharing of personal data and location.
    I couldn't find anything other than a Reddit post as of yet. I assume it was just released and news should pop the following day.
     
    Quotes
     
    My thoughts
    And like WhatsApp I will not accept it being mandatory and will ditch the app. 
    If this becomes the trend I see myself deleting pretty much anything that tries to track me with my consent.
    I am aware most already do and are just trying to make it legal - Tinder and WhatsApp included - but at least without having my consent there can be consequences in the future but once we do officially agree to it any sort of online privacy will be lost in less than a decade so… Long live Tor…?
     
    Sources
     
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    caincha reacted to StDragon in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    One idea for a P2P platform is that all of your own posts are stored on your on PC, and cached in their list on their end. The twist is that it's all encrypted. To "delete", you simply revoke the key that allows friends to view the content. Or, you set a TTL (Time to Live) expiration that requires your friend's PC to re-request a new key for an extended period of time. Essentially, a Deadman's switch; if your PC is offline for a certain length of time, all of your content is no longer available to be viewed.
     
    The downside is that your cellphone or PC has to be online for as much as possible. Also, because it's distributed, performance in loading times would vary.
     
    So yeah, pros and cons to a P2P approach. But, at least you can control the content in how it's distributed and viewed. It's easy to ghost offline if you want to scrub the history.
     
    So Facebook can kiss off!
     
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    caincha reacted to gabrielcarvfer in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    Exactly.
     
     
     
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    caincha got a reaction from Beskamir in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    Like you are doing here in the forum? lol
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    caincha reacted to poochyena in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    The data being sent to undisclosed 3rd parties seems concerning since if they were to misuse your data, you won't know who did it.
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    caincha reacted to PlayStation 2 in Tinder's new user agreement - mandatory!   
    My dating site was this fucking forum, thank god I never had to resort to Tinder.
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    caincha reacted to Exidor in "Must accept cookies to access website" - well what if I don't…?   
    Simple answer probably yes.....
    But unless we can look at the code we can not say.
    If you really want to know launch a GDPR claim and see what happens they would theoretically have to disclose if officially requested.
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    caincha reacted to jaslion in "Must accept cookies to access website" - well what if I don't…?   
    I did. If you don't agree then most of the time they still just enable them till they are reported doing it. Depends on website to website. There are websites where you can say no and they will just do it regardless. Most people aren't tech savy enough to know so they get away with it. You really never know until you check.
     
    Fully agree I know they have stuff on me but that doesn't mean I'll let them keep doing it if I can avoid it.
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    caincha reacted to mariushm in "Must accept cookies to access website" - well what if I don't…?   
    If the cookies are important for the website functionality, the website or some features on the website may fail to work.
     
    For example, if you log in on a website and the website stores a cookie with some sign in code that gets send each time you load a page to remember you're logged in, then as you refused to consent, the website can't store cookies, so you won't stay logged in.
     
    Or another example, let's say the website has a search function where you can check  various options (like search by title, search by genre, show only books/tracks between 2001...2010) ... the website may store what you checked locally on your computer in a cookie , so that a week from now when you hit search the first time, it reads the cookie and auto checks the options previously selected.  No cookies, website always shows the default options checked.... so you lose functionality.
     
    GDPR basically made this law to ask consent for services like Google Adsense or Analytics ,,, where they put a unique cookie to basically give you a unique fingerprint , so they'll be able to log each page you access on a website ... and then the store can know how many visitors from each country, how many between certain hours, how many visitors click on a specific page on your website... lots of things
     
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    caincha reacted to Exidor in "Must accept cookies to access website" - well what if I don't…?   
    Are you from the EU?
     
    If so then in theory GDPR states that they can not deny you service unless collecting that data is crucial to provide the service.....
    Legally speaking they can not drop a cookie until you react to the popup.
    Also in theory the pop up should not hinder you from browsing the website...
     
    In reality most companies dont give a fuck and just drop the cookie the moment you enter the website.....
    Some websites adjust their policies and technical side for the EU but if you are outside the EU then the whole thing is mostly just a charade.
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    caincha reacted to jaslion in "Must accept cookies to access website" - well what if I don't…?   
    You can also just remove the element or use an adblocker to remove it. Most sites will place cookies either way till they get called out for it.
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    caincha reacted to thrasher_565 in What is the most reto stylised PC case you remember?   
    ya i own it. it was the lightest aluminum case at the time. the light up front made nose thow so i removed it and add a pic of an lan party i when too. also cut holes for cable routing thow dose not have much space for cables in behind.
     
    oh i had the Thermaltake Xaser III Lanfire

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    caincha reacted to thrasher_565 in What is the most reto stylised PC case you remember?   
    ThermalTake Xaser III

     
    antech 1200

     
    Lian Li PC-V1000
    http://www.dansdata.com/images/pcv1000/v1000280.jpg
     
    thermaltake mozart tx

    antec lanboy

    silverstone ft02

    coolermaster half-x

    other case like:
    Thermaltake Armor VA8000SWA
    Cooler Master CM Stacker
    antec 300
    coolermaster cosmos
    case labs
    moutenmods
     
     
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    caincha reacted to iTuAnh in Sidepanel window WITH holes or WITHOUT hole?   
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    caincha reacted to Results45 in Why I Didn't Buy a Tesla   
    It's not really an in-depth video on the ecological viability of electric cars as Linus' Volt is a plug-in hybrid (think Prius, but you can avoid using gas altogether as long as you don't drive that much each day) that uses gas when the battery is depleted. As with 100% EVs, it has been studied and confirmed that over the average warrantied ownership of an Tesla with today's Li-Ion battery tech that the battery pack degrades no more than 25% over 350,000 miles. Some electric car manufacturers will allocate 10-20% of the battery cells as reserve to compensate for deteriorated cells down the line. Tesla is pretty close to introducing improved "dry-cell" Li-Ion batteries with 20% more energy density that are rated for 1 Million miles. That means that it will last that long with minimal degredation before needing to be replaced. Also, solid-state batteries with multiple times the energy density, longevity, and charging speed are expected to be in widespread use in 10 years.
     
    As for charging, the US electric grid is currently a mixed bag comprised of 61% natural gas + coal (NG is quickly replacing coal), 20% nuclear, 17% various renewable sources, and 2% miscellaneous sources. In order for owning an EV or hydrogen vehicle to be carbon neutral, the US will need to enact a national carbon tax as well as replace all coal/natural gas capacity with renewables, nuclear, and battery/supercapacitor storage in the next 30-35 years (by 2050-ish). Meanwhile, rumors point to Tesla venturing into the utility market with their Autobidder management software which essentially pays buys up excess renewable-generated electricity on the cheap and pays Tesla vehicle & Power Wall owners to store that capacity for later use before re-selling that capacity to the market and paying-out the savings/profits (aka buying, storing, and redistributing otherwise wasted renewable electricity by "renting" spare distributed consumer storage capacity).
     
    I don't know a lot about this, but disposing spent battery cells will likely be handled by Tesla where they will break them down and reuse/recycle as much of the raw components as possible while producing as little pollution & waste as possible. I would do a bit of info digging youself.
     
    Oh, and Tesla Battery Day is this week so maybe take some time to watch the livestream or recording.
     
    UPDATE: Tesla is going to reuse spent batteries to make the Million Mile batteries.
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    caincha got a reaction from apoKhallipsa in Ghetto Turbo Cooling   
    @apoKhallipsa
    Well if you want to go through the hassle - and I do appreciate the sentiment believe me  - why don't you try and hook your fans @17v like I mentioned?
    Do a 'test-drive' with just the fan turned on to see how warm its motor goes and see if it'll need some tiny 'scoops' on the top of the centre mount to cool it off… It's a hassle but it's also a learning experience so if you do have the time the spare fans (just in case you fry it lol) and are willing I'd say go for it and post pictures here  
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