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>Buyer's template:
http://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG
>Where to Buy:
http://pastebin.com/8Yku80VL
>FAQs:
http://pastebin.com/M5w7QtKp
>Use the buyer's template
http://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG
>Group Buys
https://deskthority.net/viewforum.php?f=50
https://geekwhack.org/index.php?PHPSESSID=8t36c9d239ff5g3dccmlbqgncrm9jpog&board=70.0
https://www.massdrop.com/
>Keyboard wiki

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>>69913315
Try tada 68 with box royals then.
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>>69912867
For all the other switches they pretty much match Cherry with colour naming, why the fuck are clears so different? Glad I know though to avoid gateron clears.
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Gergo man

I dreamed you shipped my order
You even put spare switches in

QUIT FUCKING WITH MY HEAD YOU DAMN CANADIAN
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https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Backlit-Gaming-Genuine-Mechanical-Keyboard-100-Anti-ghosting-87-keys-LED-Metal-Wired-Keyboard/32763716617.html
anything other poorfag?
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>>69914312
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/hexgears/32960262600.html is similarly priced and hotswappable

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two niggas kissing
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>>69914334
Now this is powerful
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nice technology related discussion
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>>69914334
Laglets BTFO
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So how is this technology? Are they Apple employees?
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>>69914334
based and redpilled

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How the fuck do I block worthless jewish rats from my website?

Is there a public Israeli IP address database?
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>>69914174
supposed u block all the israelis ip how do you gonna deal the jews in US or other countries..
Its not 1935 jewish dong get golden star address u fucking CUNT go back to pol nobody carse about your fucking website anyway
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http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_geoip_module.html
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>>69914246
>how do you gonna deal the jews in US
Block the US.

>or other countries..
Haven't you heard? Even Israeli politicians are publicly saying that jews should leave their home countries en masse and come to Israel ASAP. NWO when?
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>>69914246
>supposed u block all the israelis ip how do you gonna deal the jews in US or other countries

How’s this?
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>>69914221
>t. supported overthrowing saddam, qadaffi and assad
will americlaps ever learn?

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Redpill me on oled. Is it time to upgrade?
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>>69914348
Upgrade what? Your phone, your TV?
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burn in. good enough for phones, if you keep them dim. don't buy oled TVs or pc monitors.

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1660-ti/

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/anthem-game-ready-driver/

THANK YOU BASED NVIDIA
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>>69913523
Spot the Poozen retard
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>>69913531
>>69913714
Newfags pls go and stay go. When Fermi (GTX 480 in particular) was a nuclear fire it was ignored precisely because power consumption on the desktop doesn't matter. Even the 580 respin ran hot and sucked juice but nobody cared. When fat kepler was comparable to hawaii for power draw, nobody cared. The second maxwell dropped and Nvidia massive reduced power draw suddenly power draw became THE defining metric for a gpu and has remained oh-so important today.

Hell the 2080ti only gets a pass because it is fast as fuck.
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>>69912889
>3x price
>3x performance
okay
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>>69913714
>hehe im gonna replace a part of this cpu name with poo that'll show them
you must be over 18 to post here
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>>69913050
High-end 2080ti saves you this kind of question.

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Who the fuck cares about bsnes?

The current best (in terms of both performance and accuracy) is the snes9x libretro core, fuck outta my face.
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>>69914081
demonstrably false
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>>69914256
That you don't suck dick? I know
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>>69914081
Bullshit.
Claiming bsnes is not the best SNES emulator requires some heavy proof.
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>>69914081
Haha nope. Higan is the best. It was even used in the speech recognition engine for the late Stephen Hawking.

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According to https://www.mirc.co.uk/register.html
A single-user license costs US$20.00 and it only lasts for three years of update.

What is this disgusting greedy attitude for a dying chat platform on a free protocol with many other at least as good chat clients ?
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>>69913953
>Question: Will my registration work with newer versions of mIRC?
>Answer: If you are a home user, your registration entitles you to three years of free updates to new versions of mIRC. If you are a business user, you will need to renew your licenses yearly at a discount to receive updates.
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>>69913991
Ah, pardon me.
Who needs to update mirc anyway? I'm fairly sure a version from 10 years ago works the same as today's
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>>69914075
See >>69911797

mIRC have been in the news lately about remote exploits.

Every skid in the neighbourhood will try to fuck with your client.
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>>69914157
>mIRC have been in the news lately about remote exploits.
There's been remotes for it for as long as I can remember, and I started using it in the mid 90s before moving on to Linux. It was great at it's height though. I remember, I think it was called the "Vincula" script or something. It allowed you to connect to Microsoft chat rooms and create havoc by issuing commands that Microsoft's butchered version of IRC and ActiveX didn't allow you to. I think it had a larger part in Microsoft deciding to close those chatrooms because they simply couldn't control the chaos.

Yahoo chat was even worse with booters.
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>>69910355
>mirc
depricated
https://hexchat.github.io/

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>mfw posting from plan 9
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>>69914101
> For practical purposes, there is zero reason to use Plan9 over Linux or BSD.
Depends on what you mean by practical. I did use 9front for a couple of months as a daily driver and I found it easier on some aspect respect to Linux and BSD.

Lisp machine were an elaborated joke what can you learn from them?
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>>69914101
>What is there to "deliver"?
usable operating system that reflects use requirements and doesn't shit itself on smallest loads
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>>69914133
>Lisp machine were an elaborated joke what can you learn from them?
You have to look at Emacs for a glimpse of what could have been possible. Instead of the retarded abomination pipes are, reuse the code directly (a notable example is recursion when using some commands with -r, a functionality that is actually shared by a fuckton of tools), with an operating system that actually integrates all this functionality, instead of wanking about "muh Unix philosophy" and artificially splitting everything into small programs.

They aren't "practical" for today's standards simply because there hasn't been further development and research, due to the popularity of Unix, but the core idea was, and still is, superior. It would be a much better foundation to build upon.

>>69914173
I already said why Lisp machines aren't usable today, but in case you were wondering, a working, usable OS entirely written in Common Lisp exists: https://github.com/froggey/Mezzano
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>>69914207
>You have to look at Emacs for a glimpse of what could have been possible
Thank god they disappeared then

>Instead of the retarded abomination pipes are, reuse the code directly
It seems like you don't know shit but feel free to make some real arguments on why pipes are bad
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>>69914257
>It seems like you don't know shit but feel free to make some real arguments on why pipes are bad
I already told you why. Pipes imply loading multiple executables in memory (not negligible for small programs), and opening a pipe in memory for the transfer (further waste of resources).
Splitting functionality into small programs and concatenating this way is nothing but a workaround for a functionally deficient language on the operating system in the first place. That's the why actual scripting on *nix systems is not done in C, but rather in bash/whatever shell you use, which consists in concatenating these small programs in suboptimal ways.
If you can't see all this shit is nothing but a workaround for the lack of a good language on the OS, you're irremediably under Stockholm syndrome and can't not only conceive that better IS possible, but also that better could have been possible were it not for C and Unix.

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or things that trigger /g/
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>>69913299
oh i get it cause, it has 2 gold balls instead of 1, your twice as likely to pick a gold ball than the one with 1
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>>69913760
Lmfao gotem
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>>69913760
kek
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>>69913081
What's a computer?
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>>69913141

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>he still uses a g502
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>>69914167

If you play shooters you should play at low sensitivity, and if you play at low sensitivity you want a light mouse. simple as that

nobody uses a g502 anymore
https://prosettings.net/cs-go-pro-settings-gear-list/
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>>69914037
Jokes on you! I still use a g400s
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>>69914037
no, I still use a G5
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G502lets btfo
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>>69914037
g pro wireless is light as fuck tho?

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I need something for Android to access local network shared folders that doesn't hide this feature behind a paywall.
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>>69913928
ghost commander works perfectly for years.
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>>69913928
Check Astro and Total commander
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>>69913952
>>69914006
Can they acsses network drives ?
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>>69913482
Total Commander
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>>69913482
I use File Manager by some chinks (I think it was cmcm), but it is no longer on the PlayStore. It was the only one that allowed me to manage my pictures (view, move, delete) from the phone over the LAN without having to setup SAMBA or some shit.

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Do you think there's a chance of Microsoft switch over to AMD for the next generation of Surface products?
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>>69914116
Name a product in the same pricerange with a touchscreen and pen as good that is also as portable.
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>>69909978
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>>69914180
>comparing mobile market share to labtops

pure brainlet
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>>69914166
Before i answer, tell me your use case with a surface pro 6
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>>69913636
I tried the pen on the SP6, it's the best they've done, it doesn't have the issues that the surface book 2 has when you make slow, diagonal straight lines. It's really good.

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>>69912537
Yes. It's been in Windows since at least 2000.
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nah, expect American softwares to be bloated and lots of insecurities. Russian privacy softwares are more bleeding edge than american idiocracy softwares.
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>>69913157
>bleeding edge
Kek, thanks ruskie shill.
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imagine needing someone else to click you through some stupid gui's.
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What was the site with the Win10 build that had everything(cortana, updates, telemetry, edge) removed?

The Samsung Fold is pretty revolutionary. Is this the future of portable cellular/multimedia devices? Has Samsung just ushered in a new age of phones? How long until Apple “invents” a folding iphone and charges double the price?
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No thanks shill shecklestien I'll keep my old 5" oppo
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>>69912294
version 2.
you know its going to be improved right
why would they make something this revolutionary half the price which would be in the same price point as a brand new s10
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>>69913142
I know.

I just said what I am waiting for.
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Samsung anounced this shit going back to 2013. Youm. Tv next up... watches etc
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>>69912713
7" tablets were fine before, don't see the issue now. Though that phone screen is absolutely woeful, wtf were they thinking. I'd wait til the next one.

is audiophile gear real?

I mean I have seen even more ridiculous setups just for headphones
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>>69913458
buy used, get the same for 1/5 the cost
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>>69913692
I doubt you can buy a good loudspeaker for 1/5 cost. By good I mean really good not some crappy "muh vintage" shit that belongs to dumpster pile. Maybe if you get really lucky or wait forever (and even then maybe have to repair).
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>>69905666
>inaudible
>"hearing"
What sensory organ do you use to perceive this "reference"?
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>>69914126
you're not looking in the right places
ive gotten Quad, B&W, and Dynaudio speakers, ~10 year old, in mint cosmetic and working condition, for 1/5 msrp

>wait forever
about 2-3 months monitoring vendor sites
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>>69913590
I am talking about the pure sound quality factor.
I would say that most of the audio components hit the wall between 500 and 1500 shekelz.
Everyting that is more expensive, has just minimal or even no sound quality improvement at all.

You can buy some 1/4 million shekelz amps, but i doubt that they are any better than a 1500 shekels amp that much, that the higher price can be justified. So you basically pay a 1/4 million shekels for a sound improvement of 1%. If even that.
For some people this may seem a good bang for the buck. For me, it's just burning money. (pic related)


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