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Pandemic Times – Testing for the win

I am uncertain where exactly I heard this particular quote. “By the way, you know, when you say that we lead in cases, that’s because we have more testing than anybody else,” Politico I guess with small bit of information … Continue reading

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Deep fake in an environment of fake news

I remember reading an internet joke which was a job placement. It was looking for someone who would be willing to work for 40 hours a week, clean up messy spills and deal with diapers and up to 128 hours … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – the grand finale

Building a personal computer is not quite as simple as building a house out of legos but in some ways it is similar. All of the parts are standardized and the parts are simply plugged together. The process can indeed … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – cable management

Cable management is just a term that means you will organize the cables as nicely as possible. If you are new to pc building you might think that means laying the cables between the graphics card and any other cards … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – thermo paste

I actually found this particular step to be the most intimidating. There are quite a few different methods for applying it. Pea method Line Rice X Spread Different paste methods The process is simply applying a small amount of paste … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – about fans

There is actually more to fans than big ones can push more air. There are essentially two different styles of fan. The first type of fan is PWM style. PWM stands for pulse width modulation which is a variable speed … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – cooling

The CPU is going to get hot, really hot and so you need to keep it cool. This was covered above under the topic of CPU Cooler. Yet that is not everything as the GPU will also generate heat and … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – power supplies

Selecting a power supply is somewhat anticlimatic in comparision to some of the other accessories. It is a matter of getting a supply that is big enough to support your accessories Power supply calculator https://www.bequiet.com/en/psucalculator Power supply calculator https://www.coolermaster.com/power-supply-calculator/ Power … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – selecting a hard disk

Any computer needs a hard disk to hold the operating system and any other types of work that you do. As recently as a few years, ok perhaps 10, the only question was how large of a hard disk do … Continue reading

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Building a personal computer – selecting the ram

Selecting ram for the computer is actually very similar to deciding on a graphic card. You need to know what will you be using a computer for and how much memory is needed for that task. Depending on your motherboard … Continue reading

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