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    Midwest USA
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    Gaming, Programming, cheap mods.
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    Computer Science Student


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    Ryzen 5 3600
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    Asrock B450 Steel legend
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    Cheapo 2x8gb DDR4 2400mhz cl16 clocked at 3000mhz cl16
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    Reference RX 480 8gb
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    Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 240
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    Rosewill Apollo (Full size, Cherry MX Blue)
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    Logitech G402
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    Sennheiser HD 429s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, Ubuntu
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    Thinkpad E495
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    Samsung Galaxy S9

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  1. Their official site is hosted via GitHub pages too. There is essentially zero security risk to anything of it. Btw this tool is just command line based but its pretty simple to get going. http://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html Or the github releases page https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases All you have to do is type a command line this from the command line youtube-dl.exe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFDmtjNiwSE And it will grab a mp4 for you. There are many configuration options via command flags too. For more control you're going to want
  2. The youtube-dl software hosted on github is open source and has tons of contributors. You can trust it. Web based stuff I'd be suspcious of.
  3. They don't have the money to do it, they just have the ability to spawn the money they need. Exactly my point about modern monetary policy.
  4. Debt would beg to differ. Well, on second though considering this modern monetary policy who cares just print money give it out who cares, build all the infrastructure!
  5. It's just usually pretty price inefficient to buy keycap sets is all I'm saying. There's plenty of reasons to just buy new keycaps but idk what the budget is or what OP is working with right now.
  6. I think this is expected behavior, in all core workloads its better to run all the cores as fast as they can instead of most slow and one fast. If you want to optimize single core speed run single core tasks.
  7. I'd argue you should get just a new keyboard. Unless you are very attached to your current one. If you buy a brand new one it's gonna last a lot longer and hopefully give you more features.
  8. The first part of this could probably be done pretty fast in some code. I'm a little confused on your second part about videos with different file sizes though.
  9. if LaTeX is your fancy for making PDF's, the hyperref package works perfectly for me.
  10. The problem with that is building infrastructure for high speed internet is so much more expensive per-person in these low density regions. You would need very careful regulation to retain industry's desire to expand, and idk about you but I don't have faith in government to control prices well enough.
  11. While its unfortunate. It makes a lot of economic sense that most regions are very monopolistic. If you can start business in an area with no internet at all, why would you want to fight another company in an area that already has internet?
  12. "Supply and demand", the likely result of a legal obligation to price control internet access would be that companies would expand even less than they already are.
  13. I don't think Linus has ever been a serious fan of gaming, especially not games normal people play. I know the only games he actually enjoys playing are Anno and various VR games like Beat Saber. On that note, I can come up with a fair few number of games that were either firsts of their class or seriously improved on their predecessors. Is that not innovation nonetheless? Highly accessible and streamer-friendly games aren't incredibly common.
  14. A sibling of mine paid $760 for a low-ish tier RTX 3070. Edit: Zotac Gaming Twin Edge OC rtx 3070. Not sure what the MSRP is for it
  15. This is vastly above my knowledge. However, I did some searching, and I found that your project should be possible. Check out some code samples from intel. This raises a better question, would this even the right solution for you? Running something cloud based seems like a more scalable option than building your own HPC server.