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re: Help me convince my wife that it's time to "cut the cord" - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]you should look into BTN.[/quote] Google just turns up Big Ten Network. Any more details?...


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re: Help me convince my wife that it's time to "cut the cord" - ILikeLSUToo
We have a 3-year-old and an 8-month old (who, incidentally, also requires special medical care), and we both have jobs. These shows aren't always on at the same time all season obviously; she just catches the new ones either live or in the morning before work if I have no interest in them. I didn't ...


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re: I picked up one of these $199 Samsung Chromebooks and I have to say it is cool! - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]unless I go broke and can't afford Apple.[/quote] The top Android phones are still in the same price range....


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re: You can now get a 13.3-inch Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro for $1099 ($300 of MSRP) - ILikeLSUToo
We get it, you're old and frustrated with a particular machine. You lose credibility for writing off an entire brand because of it, and even more credibility for trying to convince others to do the same....


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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts - ILikeLSUToo
Two loops for two components would be a bit much; you could always get red and white opaque tubing in one loop. I generally don't recommend using dyes or colored coolant for loops. I know it looks fancy, but regular distilled water (with maybe a small additive like water wetter) performs just as wel...


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re: Tech guys: Where you at and what do you do for a living? - ILikeLSUToo
It was meant to be a broad statement. It's tough for me to mix hobbies with work. I was an avid writer and a willing editor before I got hired for my current job, which involves a lot of writing and editing, and now writing/editing is less of a passion and more of a sharpened skill. ...


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re: Can someone explain Steam to me? - ILikeLSUToo
Link is broken. As for performance decrease, a few things can contribute to that: 1. Hard drive slow-down from clutter/degradation -- generally you'll notice longer time spent on load screens, games launching slower, etc. anything related to seeking and loading data from your hard drive. 2. H...


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re: HTPC (home theater PC) suggestions? OP updated - ILikeLSUToo
yeah, I meant that you called the PC a CPU...


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re: Can someone explain Steam to me? - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]what are some of the most important features for running games? Processor and graphics card?[/quote] This order: Graphics card CPU and RAM Everything else Really, graphics card is the one and only priority, because when you find a laptop with a respectable graph...


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re: Tech guys: Where you at and what do you do for a living? - ILikeLSUToo
He's probably the first TD poster to be honest about his salary though. :lol: EDIT: I've dreamed of having an IT-related job, but I feel like the reality is far less fun. And it doesn't help that I have zero certifications. Plus, I enjoy working from home. ...


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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts - ILikeLSUToo
Damn, pretty fancy for a first gaming build. What's the rest of your loop going to have?...


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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts - ILikeLSUToo
my desk setup looks 10 times worse. I've wanted to reorganize it for a long time, but I just get lazy. It would be a huge task....


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re: Could a college student get by with a chromebook? - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]I would ALWAYS buy that over a Chromebook. [/quote]...


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re: HTPC (home theater PC) suggestions? OP updated - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]Everything is streamlined now and the cpu is TINY[/quote] I would hope so. CPUs are generally only a few square inches. (I know what you meant, just ball bustin)...


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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts - ILikeLSUToo
Putting the card under water too, right? I believe there's an EK block for the Gigabyte 970....


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re: Help me convince my wife that it's time to "cut the cord" - ILikeLSUToo
My wife's not white trash but she certainly enjoys the trash. Here's some of shittier shite she catches each week: Teen Mom Teen Mom 2 16 and Pregnant Marriage Boot Camp on WE True Tori Ink Master (I watch it too) Are You the One Hell's Kitchen Little Women in LA Every Baking-related Co...


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re: Youtube upload time - ILikeLSUToo
Upload rate would be a bit over 0.05 MB/s. 3.618 hours to upload 700MB assuming full 0.43mbps saturation to Youtube's server. ...


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re: Youtube upload time - ILikeLSUToo
Size of file and upload speed of internet connection?...


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re: Man falls from treadmill ogling woman, then pretends to do push-ups - ILikeLSUToo
Luckily the camera was there to capture it all within a Vine-length video. ...


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re: I need help setting up dual monitors.(dvi-i,dvi-d, hdmi) - ILikeLSUToo
[quote]Or use a dvi-d to hdmi cable. [/quote] Whichever adapter is cheaper. EDIT: DVI-D to VGA would require an active adapter (i.e. outside power source to convert the signal from digital to analog), so probably not worth the trouble/cost. ...


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