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    Roccat might not be making THE best mice out there, but this is why I'm sticking with them

    My experience with their support has been the same.
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    HP Printers Try to Send Data Back to HP

    In terms of BSODs I can safely say things have been very low since the NT switch. Not much to write home about there. 10 has a lot of bugs. They don't bluescreen, they are just odd niggly things like registry searches crashing and settings not "sticking" as intended. If anything, it reminds...
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    HP Printers Try to Send Data Back to HP

    Comparing it to 9x is a horribly low bar. OS/2 was better than that shit. Try anything else with the NT kernel and I think you'll find it not fairing so hot.
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    Which OS you prefer

    The telemetry in Windows 10 is certainly not just for bug reports. Even enterprise "security only" mode sends borderline to much data for that.
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    New NetCAT Vulnerability Exploits DDIO on Intel Xeon Processors to Steal Data

    The hackers are plenty capable of figuring it out on their own... and no, they don't learn from "youtube vids". :laugh: This only affects Server chips/chipset combos though. And it's isolated to lan use cases. Low risk factor, IMO.
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    ASRock Z370/Z390 Taichi (and some others, actively modding!) Firmware with Intel Management Engine Disabled, new method

    This is a new thread to remove the clutter from my old one, which can be found here: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/asrock-z370-z390-taichi-and-some-others-actively-modding-firmware-with-intel-management-engine-disabled.243939/ This is for new builds utilizing a new technique which...
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    If that's the case then my daddy is a frog.
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    It doesn't. Evolution actually accounts for that, taxonomy... not so much. Humans like to find order even in chaos.
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    Good example of a "natural" hybrid incident that is happening right before our eyes. Birth of a new species really.
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    And those are healthier then purebreds, generally (although worthy of note technically all dogs are the same origin species, but that's almost arbitrary). In short, the issues you quoted come from inbreeding genetically similar individuals for a trait. Breeding dramatically different...
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    In captivity sure. That's not the only place it happens though. You are confusing inbreeding in the same species with crossbreeding. Two different issues and things really (your sister/brother generally is similar to you, not dissimilar)
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    [US] T-Mobile Is Giving People A Free Hotspot To Test Drive Its Network

    I'd give them a phone call if you really care.
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    The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

    Happens all the time, if you mean animal hybridization. Hybrids are usually sterile, but not always, and that's all it takes. I have a database somewhere of interspecies births and the viability of offspring somewhere, if that's what you mean. It's not in my bookmarks here but I am sure I...
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    Nuke Mars with T-shirts

    You pretty much nailed it here... sadly that's about it. But then you said this, and my inner child demanded I ignore you forever.
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    HP Printers Try to Send Data Back to HP

    Be that as it may (though the limited power arguement starts to fall apart when you realize phones today have more power than most XP era PCs), running on boot existing as a permission should not be an issue. Granting it everywhere? That's an issue, but it's not with the phone. I'd look at...
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    HP Printers Try to Send Data Back to HP

    Some things actually need that permission. Anything depending on timers or alarms does. I'd say phones have more to learn from PC OSes than vice versa.
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    AMD to Cough Up $12.1 Million to Settle "Bulldozer" Core Count Class-Action Lawsuit

    Probably because Oracle bought them out and released it as one of the many shared FPU sparcs at the time... Wut
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    Telltale Games has been revived as a new studio following asset buyout

    No one used the word "resurrected." It literally does not appear in this post. This is an asset buyout and described as such.
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    GPU-Z misreading Vega M bus width

    I mainly joined to ping w1zzard. Glad it's settled.
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    Nuke Mars with T-shirts

    I was talking about facebook.
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    Health , Medical ;

    No, nothing addictive ever influenced anyones decision making process ever... Obviously they can just "decide" to stop. Wow. Nothing like ignoring the idea that by nature, addiction affects some moreso than others.
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    I eat Siracha like Ketchup. My bathroom is my business.

    I eat Siracha like Ketchup. My bathroom is my business.
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    GPU-Z misreading Vega M bus width

    What part of my post appears worked up bill? Believe me I'm not. Getting worked up makes my Wolff Parkinson's White do bad things to me. Please pm me if you feel the need to continue, honestly this should've ended three posts ago. I apologize for my misinterpretation of your intent.
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    New High Performance, x86 Compatible Microprocessors from Centaur / VIA

    I remember trying to play Microsoft Flight Sim of some generation on a Cyrix thing... It was really bad.
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