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I one time asked my friend if he knew the ghz of his laptop at home and he said 40gb. I didn't want to make him feel bad but i had to laugh.

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14 hours ago, arvark said:

Eh guys... Why don't you eat real pizza instead of Dominos/Pizza Hut's?

Because you its hard to find a place that sell real pizza. Also, it depends on the kind you like. Personally Im a Chicago style man myself. But I also really like thin crust. The issue is, we dont have many options for that where I live. For Chicago style we got Old Chicago. I really dont have an option for thin crust. So I gotta go to a Chain or frozen from the store. 

 

Now when I went out to Chicago, I got me some real pizza. It really the reason I want to go back out their again, just for pizza. 

I just want to sit back and watch the world burn. 

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2 hours ago, Abyss Gaming said:

This isn't really an experience but I can't believe almost everyone I know won't be able to know the satisfaction of installing a GPU...

 

 

 

It's not satisfying. It's annoying. You can install my GPUs.  

 

(I'll swap them out every few days from a 1070 to a 430, back to a 1070 because macOS :) )

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28 minutes ago, themctipers said:

It's not satisfying. It's annoying. You can install my GPUs.  

 

(I'll swap them out every few days from a 1070 to a 430, back to a 1070 because macOS :) )

Should've been clearer. The snap sound is satisfying.

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13 minutes ago, Abyss Gaming said:

Should've been clearer. The snap sound is satisfying.

I never get a snap sound. I only get the sound that my motherboard is about to break and is not happy with me.

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3 hours ago, Abyss Gaming said:

This isn't really an experience but I can't believe almost everyone I know won't be able to know the satisfaction of installing a GPU...

 

 

 

I think you are wrong on that one. 19 years ago installing a gpu was rare for someone to just "know" how to do, and very uncommon for someone to chance it on their own. Think of the work back then. Take the old gpu out (if there was one), insert new card into slot. Hope Windows 95, 98, or 2k finds it (and pray you did not have Windows ME back then) (Windows 2k was the only one likely to notice it and have the drivers to let it display anything right off the bat). Then, insert the driver disk and select your OS. Oh gosh, what OS is this... hit enter, but there is custom install; no I'm hitting enter. Then a prompt to go to the website to get the latest drivers. Oh gosh, that could be like 3 megabytes. This is going to take at least 15-25 minutes (No joke, it took that long if you had a decent line).

 

I think, within the next 5 years or so, the only one's who won't be installing their own hardware, or capable of) are going to be either very intellectually incapable of learning (borderline retarded, IQ of 75 or less), secluded and there-by ignorant (very remote tribes living based on their ancestral beliefs), or just stubborn and not wishing to learn.

 

What I can't believe is that in 5 years people won't be able to appreciate the art of certain people's cursive writing style. Heck, they probably will not even be able to read it. 

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32 minutes ago, Abyss Gaming said:

Should've been clearer. The snap sound is satisfying.

what snap sound? I don't get any

8 minutes ago, crzyces said:

I think you are wrong on that one. 19 years ago installing a gpu was rare for someone to just "know" how to do, and very uncommon for someone to chance it on their own. Think of the work back then. Take the old gpu out (if there was one), insert new card into slot. Hope Windows 95, 98, or 2k finds it (and pray you did not have Windows ME back then) (Windows 2k was the only one likely to notice it and have the drivers to let it display anything right off the bat). Then, insert the driver disk and select your OS. Oh gosh, what OS is this... hit enter, but there is custom install; no I'm hitting enter. Then a prompt to go to the website to get the latest drivers. Oh gosh, that could be like 3 megabytes. This is going to take at least 15-25 minutes (No joke, it took that long if you had a decent line).

 

I think, within the next 5 years or so, the only one's who won't be installing their own hardware, or capable of) are going to be either very intellectually incapable of learning (borderline retarded, IQ of 75 or less), secluded and there-by ignorant (very remote tribes living based on their ancestral beliefs), or just stubborn and not wishing to learn.

 

What I can't believe is that in 5 years people won't be able to appreciate the art of certain people's cursive writing style. Heck, they probably will not even be able to read it. 

you mean ~14

 

i can barely read cursive, but i cant write cursive. i would learn to write a tiny bit faster in class, but that's learning a whole new writing style + needs to be more accurate (my writing is messy as fuck)

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4 hours ago, Abyss Gaming said:

Should've been clearer. The snap sound is satisfying.

4 hours ago, Jamiec1130 said:

I never get a snap sound. I only get the sound that my motherboard is about to break and is not happy with me.

my Cards just drop in and sit there , dunno what you guys are doing , but if a gpu is doing the snap-crackle-pop! id run

 

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8 hours ago, Abyss Gaming said:

This isn't really an experience but I can't believe almost everyone I know won't be able to know the satisfaction of installing a GPU...

 

 

 

not really, my 970 takes up 4 fucking slots and i have to almost bend my CPU cooler to get it in there, PCI-e 16x just inst very nice to deal with once you get a GPU that weighs around a kilo and a half because cooling that barely fits your motherboard. my ITX motherboard that i have for the Toaster Project dosent even have a clip and i have to say i have a LOT and i mean a LOT of hate for the clip seeing as it just tends to disapear behind backplates and extra thick GPUs so you have to jam a scewdriver in there to get the god damn GPU out, and thats 5^9999999999 times worse with my main computer because the rear heatsink takes up over a slot and as i mentioned, hits my NH-D14 so i have to bend it slightly out of the way to get it in there. to get it out i litteraly have to take a long ass scewdriver and stab my motherboard repetadly in the sortof right area untill i manage to stab the clip and then i have to make sure the card dosent just crush my sound card as it pops out. PCI-e 16x can piss off. also so can ASUS. and EVGA.

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1 minute ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

not really, my 970 takes up 4 fucking slots

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pics or it didnt happen

il get some when i get home. i slapped an aftermarket cooler on it so it wouldent go over 60C and crash when overclocking(even 1MHz overclock crashed it as soon as it got to 60C and it was totaly fine with 60C with no overclock. no clue how that worked but thats how it was) and that cooler keeps it bellow 51C at all times, even Furmark :D 

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12 hours ago, Donut417 said:

Because you its hard to find a place that sell real pizza. Also, it depends on the kind you like. Personally Im a Chicago style man myself. But I also really like thin crust. The issue is, we dont have many options for that where I live. For Chicago style we got Old Chicago. I really dont have an option for thin crust. So I gotta go to a Chain or frozen from the store. 

 

Now when I went out to Chicago, I got me some real pizza. It really the reason I want to go back out their again, just for pizza. 

Chicago deep dish FTW bruh.

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4 hours ago, DocSwag said:

Chicago deep dish FTW bruh.

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I love Pizza. It's up there with chicken caesar salad, home made chile' (So simple, so healthy, so cheap to make), coney Island Hot Dogs, Tacos, and pasta with Grand Ma's meatballs cooked in the sauce. Yum.

 

Chicago is cool (the bus station sucks though). I only had pizza there 3 times (I've only been there a total of maybe 10 days/nights of my life). A friend made me go to Spacca Napoli. Decent thin crust for Chicago, but I recommend further east for real thin crust. I did have the 2nd best thick crust pizza I'd ever had in Chicago. Gino's east I believe it was called? I'm not a fan of Chicago as a city. I've been 3 times and physically fought twice.  Not cool. Plus, you can't turn on red lights, and people wait for the "walk" signal" to cross the street. Weird.

 

Papa Gino only has about 150 locations (They just started franchising about 7 years ago, and the cost is outlandish, as are the standards the franchises are held too. ei If you do not make the dough from scratch at the restaurant, it has to be delivered within 24 hours, and served within 24 hours upon reception., so they haven't sold out yet (Quality and taste wise). Their pizza is still the same as it was when I was 9 years old going there after the movies. Like you have to get a "Po Boy" if you visit New Orleans, you have to try a classic thin crust cheese pizza from Papa Gino if you are in the North East US (I think they tossed one in NC and a couple in Florida as well, or are in the process of, but though they are owned by Pepsi now, they are still run mom and pop style, so I'm not sure how it will catch on. They're more expensive than Domino, a little cheaper than Pizza Hut and Papa John, but it'll still run ya $11.99 usd + tax for a large cheese. Again, if you visit MA, RI, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, NY, or Jersey, you have to try them. Their deep dish is good as well. The sauce makes it though, not the whole package.

 

If you make it further to the eastern US, hit up Cape Cod. There is a Pizza place about 15 minutes west of the islands in a small town that is really a ghetto city besides a few streets called Norton. Travelli's Pizza is insanely good. No great. Rating the Pizza I've had across the country, it is the best all around. Papa Gino takes the best chain in my book, and is way up their on the overall list, as is Piezoni's (Very small franchise), but Travelli's is the bomb. Peple drive from Manhattan and Chicago for their Deep Dish. If you drive 11 hours for pizza, in a town celebrated for their pizza, well that says something. It is that good.

 

I'm going to Sacramento for a fitness camp at the end of June. If anyone around that part of Cali has any recommendations for good restaurants, i am all ears. I've only been to Sacramento, all for Bodytribe Fitness Camps, and they are into the sushi/fake meat food, and that's not me, so I had a tough time finding places that weren't chains that served edible food. If they serve Tofu or Sushi, I won't enjoy the place. It's been tried and tested. To do Sushi and Tofu you need to be a certain kind of chef. They don't make food I enjoy, even if they try (Please don't be a "But you haven't tried it here" type. 10+ samples of 4 and 5 * restaurants are enough money wasted for me. I don't like those types of chefs, even if they are trying for a Ribeye).

 

Enough food talk. I am going to call it a day, grab a... what is this...it has a disk drive (floppy) and a 40x cd (non writable...) to fix at home while whipping up a pan of lasagna (with real 15% fat ground beef, lots of ricotta cheese mixed with an egg, the fattiest Mozzarella I can find; but I will use fresh tomatoes, basil, garlic, and sea salt for the sauce along with high fiber stone ground pasta ;^) . See, kinda healthy in a "Who cares, this tastes great" way. 1750 or so calories per plate without garlic bread. Emm emm...Wow I am starving now.

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5 hours ago, crzyces said:

@Donut417

I love Pizza. It's up there with chicken caesar salad, home made chile' (So simple, so healthy, so cheap to make), coney Island Hot Dogs, Tacos, and pasta with Grand Ma's meatballs cooked in the sauce. Yum.

 

Chicago is cool (the bus station sucks though). I only had pizza there 3 times (I've only been there a total of maybe 10 days/nights of my life). A friend made me go to Spacca Napoli. Decent thin crust for Chicago, but I recommend further east for real thin crust. I did have the 2nd best thick crust pizza I'd ever had in Chicago. Gino's east I believe it was called? I'm not a fan of Chicago as a city. I've been 3 times and physically fought twice.  Not cool. Plus, you can't turn on red lights, and people wait for the "walk" signal" to cross the street. Weird.

 

Papa Gino only has about 150 locations (They just started franchising about 7 years ago, and the cost is outlandish, as are the standards the franchises are held too. ei If you do not make the dough from scratch at the restaurant, it has to be delivered within 24 hours, and served within 24 hours upon reception., so they haven't sold out yet (Quality and taste wise). Their pizza is still the same as it was when I was 9 years old going there after the movies. Like you have to get a "Po Boy" if you visit New Orleans, you have to try a classic thin crust cheese pizza from Papa Gino if you are in the North East US (I think they tossed one in NC and a couple in Florida as well, or are in the process of, but though they are owned by Pepsi now, they are still run mom and pop style, so I'm not sure how it will catch on. They're more expensive than Domino, a little cheaper than Pizza Hut and Papa John, but it'll still run ya $11.99 usd + tax for a large cheese. Again, if you visit MA, RI, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, NY, or Jersey, you have to try them. Their deep dish is good as well. The sauce makes it though, not the whole package.

 

If you make it further to the eastern US, hit up Cape Cod. There is a Pizza place about 15 minutes west of the islands in a small town that is really a ghetto city besides a few streets called Norton. Travelli's Pizza is insanely good. No great. Rating the Pizza I've had across the country, it is the best all around. Papa Gino takes the best chain in my book, and is way up their on the overall list, as is Piezoni's (Very small franchise), but Travelli's is the bomb. Peple drive from Manhattan and Chicago for their Deep Dish. If you drive 11 hours for pizza, in a town celebrated for their pizza, well that says something. It is that good.

I went to Gino's while there. Definitely pretty good, though I personally preferred Lou Malnatis' :P 

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On ‎2017‎-‎04‎-‎28 at 10:33 PM, Sierra Fox said:

They spend an hour and a half "resetting" her "profile" because it "may have been corrupted".

Hehe.  What an IT department.  I've never heard of profiles and books corrupting, lol.

 

This thread is so great!

1146 pages.

 

If this is not copyrighted, which it is (I think), I'll probably make a script and then turn this whole thread into a book, that's a #1 New York Times Bestseller right there, my friends, a very nerdy one though.......

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Well, one very generic and common one, we all have experienced, are all the wannabe techies.  They say "GB" not "Gigs", only know RAM amount, only know i5 and i7, so no Ryzen or K series U series HQ CPUs anytime soon, and, worst of all they don't know what GPUs are.  When I say, "get the 15" MBP if you really want a semi-powerful Apple (what did you expect), it has a discrete GPU".  They just say, dude, CPUs are better than GPUs, that's why they are so popular, I'll go with a CPU instead.  *Facepalm.

 

Also, everything is "fashion", MacBook Air looks "stylish", buy Apple cause it is "sexy" (boring and bland, but popular), and buy beats, cause you want those "hot" selfies and not that "hot" sound.  Use an EQ if you want 600% overpowered bass.....

 

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But, back in the old days, I was one of them too.  Apple diehard fan, only know about i5 and i7, SATA is a hard drive form factor, trackpads beat mice, etc.......

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18 minutes ago, ArduinoBen said:

But, back in the old days, I was one of them too.  Apple diehard fan, only know about i5 and i7, SATA is a hard drive form factor, trackpads beat mice, etc.......

I remember thinking our family pc was better than the MBP because the Core 2 Duo in there was 3.1 ghz or so whereas the MBP only had a 2.5 ghz or so one...

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2 minutes ago, DocSwag said:

I remember thinking our family pc was better than the MBP because the Core 2 Duo in there was 3.1 ghz or so whereas the MBP only had a 2.5 ghz or so one...

Probably weren't wrong, mobile cpus still suck ass to this day. And macs are even worse since they slow down when they get hot.

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Macs JUST work though, I personally prefer Windows though, because Mac OS is like a digital desktop, whereas Windows is a sexy OS which provides more advantages over a physical desk and is much more sexy than Mac OS

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Macs JUST work though, I personally prefer Windows though, because Mac OS is like a digital desktop, whereas Windows is a sexy OS which provides more advantages over a physical desk and is much more sexy than Mac OS

Really? I think most people would say the exact opposite xD 

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I love computer hardware and feel free to ask me anything about that (or phones). I especially like SSDs. But please do not ask me anything about Networking, programming, command line stuff, or any relatively hard software stuff. I know next to nothing about that.

 

Compooters:

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Desktop:

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CPU: i7 6700k, CPU Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3, Motherboard: MSI Z170a KRAIT GAMING, RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 4 Series 4x4gb DDR4-2666 MHz, Storage: SanDisk SSD Plus 240gb + OCZ Vertex 180 480 GB + Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 TB 7200 RPM, Video Card: EVGA GTX 970 SSC, Case: Fractal Design Define S, Power Supply: Seasonic Focus+ Gold 650w Yay, Keyboard: Logitech G710+, Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum, Headphones: B&O H9i, Monitor: LG 29um67 (2560x1080 75hz freesync)

Home Server:

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CPU: Pentium G4400, CPU Cooler: Stock, Motherboard: MSI h110l Pro Mini AC, RAM: Hyper X Fury DDR4 1x8gb 2133 MHz, Storage: PNY CS1311 120gb SSD + two Segate 4tb HDDs in RAID 1, Video Card: Does Intel Integrated Graphics count?, Case: Fractal Design Node 304, Power Supply: Seasonic 360w 80+ Gold, Keyboard+Mouse+Monitor: Does it matter?

Laptop (I use it for school):

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Surface book 2 13" with an i7 8650u, 8gb RAM, 256 GB storage, and a GTX 1050

And if you're curious (or a stalker) I have a Just Black Pixel 2 XL 64gb

 

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6 minutes ago, DocSwag said:

Really? I think most people would say the exact opposite xD 

We should come out with our own line, you know, cool and flashy like Apple. We can call it the "Sunkissed" The laptop can be called the "Cutie (Based on those tangerine/orange hybrids that are pretty darn tasty)" and will run on the "Citrus" OS. Copyright infringement could get sticky though. Get it, because citrus fruits always make your fingers sticky, and...yep I need to sleep more at night. Good fun! Wow I am fricken lame sometimes.

There is enough youth in this world, how about a fountain of smart?

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Build

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Ryzen 5 1600, Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo, Gigabyte X470 Gaming 7. TeamGroup Viper 4133mhz 16gb, XFX RX 480 8 GB (1000mhz cause dying), Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB M.2 SSD, An old 1tb 5400 rpm 2.5" HDD, TeamGroup 480gb & Kingston 480gb ssds (May RAID 0), 1TB Western Ditigal HDD, EVGA 750W G2 PSU, Phanteks P400s

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