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    fishbate reacted to Kakashi2020 in How much does it cost to build a PC nowadays and what are the component specifications needed?   
    Thanks a lot fishbate I do appreciate including the prices I took a look see and it seems the GA-B250M is a new product here and its price is at $95 converted from PHP. While the G4600 processor is cheaper at $60, the corsair vengeance 16 GB is at $200 while the 8 GB is at $160. The HD crucial cost $200 and the Video Card gtx 1050 ti cost a whopping $500.  I wouldn't be able to afford it, but thanks for the specs, I think I can find cheaper replacements with the same specifications.  Really appreciate the help.
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    fishbate got a reaction from Kakashi2020 in How much does it cost to build a PC nowadays and what are the component specifications needed?   
    I have a list here of components that you might want to include on your assembly. Depending on your budget these components could be within your requirements.

    I hope this helps...
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from TheInsaneSakif in Don't be fooled by this pretty face   
    Would you believe that this pretty face is just artificial? Yup this pretty girl or it look liked , is made from metal, plastic, a computer and a bunch of codes.This one belongs to japans AI robots that is used as a receptionist. Think about being pretty forever...
    I have to play it over and over just to make sure that its really a robot....
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Don't be fooled by this pretty face   
    Would you believe that this pretty face is just artificial? Yup this pretty girl or it look liked , is made from metal, plastic, a computer and a bunch of codes.This one belongs to japans AI robots that is used as a receptionist. Think about being pretty forever...
    I have to play it over and over just to make sure that its really a robot....
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Music and Fire   
    Found it ! Its called Ruben's Tube Theory. This video has some explanatory part which is both cool and confusing ...so if your not into the science explanation thing you might wanna skip that part. 
    This tech is actually 19th century old ....i guess this was their music equalizer back then. Think about playing with fire.
     
    I think their planning to put it on a helicopter , but this one is on a larger scale. The idea is to put the device below the helicopter and act as a high rise extinguisher. Also they said that its a good fire extinguisher at space. 
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    fishbate reacted to mitan143 in Music and Fire   
    Really? That is nice to know then. I guess it is very interesting because you seem to like it very much, but I think I should just have to search it instead. Thank you for letting me know this as well.
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Music and Fire   
    I saw thing tech years ago on Discovery and i was just so curious and amazed. This tech shows how powerful sound is and the endless possibility on how we can benefit from it. I actually tried making one on a small scale, it did not actually worked like on the video. I tried using a small speaker and a candle to do the testing, it didn't really turned the flame off but definitely the flame started dancing. I guess it needs more sound power. Any way check how these students turns sound into a fire extinguisher.
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in RED Hydrogen One   
    This product should be released this month, $ 1200 for this new phone. A 3d holographic display on your hands , with the features and capabilities of a phone. Would you buy this one?
    https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/1/23/16922872/red-hydrogen-one-release-date-summer-2018
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Worlds 1st Rollable TV screen   
    This tech has no price yet and i think this is not cheap. This TV will amaze you and might roll you. A roll able TV from LG with multi function capabilities, i don't know the specifications yet because its not yet out in the market. I think this one will make your TV watching more interesting.
     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Friendster   
    Remember this? This social media site was the first of its kind at that time, its like the prehistoric facebook . Yup Friendster was actually one of the first site that i subscribed and it was a great hit back then...So sad that it had to go, i remember that the site emailed me saying goodbye. I wonder what happened to this site?

    Out of curiosity i tried searching the site....and this came up.

     
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    fishbate got a reaction from Nathan in Intel 1,200 drones takes over china   
    This is cool...specially the technology behind it. Synchronizing 1,200 drones takes a lot of computing power and intel has it.  
     
    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/sports/olympic-games/drones.html
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    fishbate got a reaction from WisTex in What Was The Specs Of Your First Ever PC?   
    The only thing i remember about my first pc that it was a Cypress and it looked like a time machine. I think it runs in 533 mhz with a CRT monitor. I remember when i first opened it, the sound card and motherboard was enormous . It also have 32mb video card . Basically it was my practice PC and i learned a lot with it, but unfortunately it didn't last that long.
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    fishbate got a reaction from Kakashi2020 in What Was The Specs Of Your First Ever PC?   
    The only thing i remember about my first pc that it was a Cypress and it looked like a time machine. I think it runs in 533 mhz with a CRT monitor. I remember when i first opened it, the sound card and motherboard was enormous . It also have 32mb video card . Basically it was my practice PC and i learned a lot with it, but unfortunately it didn't last that long.
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    fishbate got a reaction from WisTex in Can Raspberry Pi be used as a normal computer?   
    It can be use as a normal computer if your willing to make some adjustments on some compatibility issues. Its actually a computer on i card size form, but of course running it as normal as a desktop or laptop is not that easy. Although running Raspberry PI as it self is actually is easy because the features of a desktop are all in there,  mouse port, key board port, Screen port, etc. One problem you'l probably bump into is compatibility with Network applications and OS to software integration. I am really not an expert or a user of  Raspberry, i just learned about it on a training i attended long ago.
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    fishbate reacted to WisTex in WIX   
    My experience with WIX and other do it yourself "website builder" services out there is that they are good for certain types of websites, and horrible for others.
    If you are looking to create a brochure website that talks about what your business can do, perhaps with a small amount of e-commerce, then something like this will work. But, once you start needing advanced functionality or if you dislike how WIX implemented something, you are going to be disappointed and limited.
    WIX and similar services are usually used by non-web developers who just want a simple and inexpensive website. In my opinion, it may be a great starter website for those who don't want to spend a lot of money to get started, but if your website or business grows, you could easily outgrow WIX too, because you will typically start needing functionality they do not offer.
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    fishbate reacted to Nathan in March Posting Contest!   
    With the arrival of the new version of Power Contest we will be running a new posting contest!

    The user that accumulates the most points from now until the end of March 2018 will have the choice of the below prizes.  The winner will be the member that earns the most points, detail below.  As we continue to grow so will the prize funds, so keep checking back!
    You must post in this thread to join the contest.

    StartDate: 03-01-2018
    EndDate: 04-01-2018 @ 12AM CST

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    1. You can accumulate points by the following:
    New Topics New Posts New Reactions Received (Post Likes, Post Thanks, etc...) 2. Spam or junk threads/posts will not count towards your points so make sure what you post is quality!
    3. Don't worry, site admins and moderators are not participating in the contest

    Prize Options:
    1. Domain
    The free domain is up to $15.00 cost. (You can get a .com/.net/ect... for this price) The domain will be purchased for 1 year. Godaddy only, we will purchase then transfer to your Godaddy account. 2. Advertising
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    Free 30 Days of Hosting on our servers 5GB Hard Drive Space Hosting is on a multi processor enterprise server with free wildcard SSL Certificate No porn or anything illegal 4. Cash
    If none of the above interests you can take the cash option for $15 via PayPal
    *Domain of your choice based on availability and price.
    *Minimum 50 posts or threads to qualify.

    Check your standings in real-time here!
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    fishbate reacted to hoppip93 in Coin mining   
    Well, coins as an online currency are not printed or produced by any central bank like a regular currency, rather it needs to be "mined." And like in the real world, the resources that are mined are actually finite, meaning there is a limit to how much we can get. In this case, miners are people using their computers, where the system uses the hardware to calculate complex mathematical problems to generate new coins. 
    However, because the coins are finite, as more and more are generated, it becomes much harder to mine a single coin. This is why it has gone from just a regular CPU to now requiring ASIC, which are basically supercomputers designed for mining coins.
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    fishbate reacted to Nathan in Coin mining   
    I tried this for a while on my personal computers.  After a couple weeks I'd only earned about $30 mining with my GPU and some on and off with CPU.  
    From what I've found and read the progression of mining started with using your CPU, then your GPU, now it's on to ASIC. To mine with ASIC you need a special setup and they can run several thousand dollars for one.
    The best solution I found was HashFlare and here you rent the ASIC hardware for 12 months at a time.  This way you don't have to maintain it or have large electricity bills in your home.
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