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  1. rlpzbeermoney

    Offline or online games?

    Maybe it depends on the person then? I enjoy my own company more than with other people. I assume you're in the same boat.
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    DOTA 2 OR MOBILE LEGEND ??/

    I would choose Mobile Legends over Dota. One does not have to go to a computer shop to play the game anymore. It's much more convenient to play on mobile. You can still play with your friends online. I guess that's the primary attraction of Mobile Legends.
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    PC OR CONSOLE?

    PC games for sure. Though PS4 exclusives like Spider-Man PS4 and Spyro is tempting me to say console, I've invested too much into my desktop rig to justify buying a console for gaming.
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    Antivirus Software

    I think the main difference between these anti virus programs is in the level of security they provide. Not all anti virus programs are created equal. Though yes some are just selling it for profit, there are programs out there that do genuinely allow you to customize your experience. The common ones install AdBlock and you have to disable the Anti virus program COMPLETELY which is annoying. No way to turn off ad block without disabling anti virus.
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    I want to build a gaming/video editing PC.

    CPU - AMD Ryzen 3 2200G or Ryzen 5 2400G (If it's still in your budget) GPU - 4 gb Zotac GTX 1050 Ti Dual Fan OC Motherboard - Asrock AB350M Pro 4 RAM - 2 x 4 GB G Skill Ripjaws X (Any dual channel ram brand you can find totalling 8 GB) Storage - 1 TB Western Digital Caviar Blue PSU - Raidmax 500x RX-500XT Case - Tecware F3 30-40k budget. Mileage will vary on parts availability depending on where you purchase it. There's a Newegg Philippines now if you're too lazy to buy from local retailers. I will PM you the site where I bought my parts. They'll assemble all the parts for free if you buy the complete system from them. Will even load Windows 10 for free. They ship from Laoag. Things go up to $500 to $750 to $1200 even up to $2000. It all depends on how much dough you want to spend on a system. Anything above $1200 is overkill for a consumer to be honest. I think you should also consider the cost over the years you'll be using it for to justify your purchase. Most desktops last up to 5 years before slowing down. $240/year for a $1200 system is a bargain if you compare the price to performance.
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    I want to build a gaming/video editing PC.

    I beg to disagree. There are branded components which are of good quality and poor quality. The unbranded ones are still branded, just by unknown brands from China. I've had experience with poor quality and unbranded parts before and they've all failed me within 2 years. That's why I invest into buying quality parts. A desktop computer which is the cheapest a person can build but can only do basic word documents and web browsing is worth $200 (Excluding monitor, keyboard and mouse). If you go unbranded, you can probably get it with monitor, keyboard and mouse.
  7. A forum owner I conversed with has a Youtube Channel of just 6k subscribers with 500 average views per video, 3 videos a week and he's earning close to $5-7 a day. It's not bad if it's just a way to help pay the bills. That was before the 10k subs and 40000 watch time requirement for new creators FYI. I don't think a person can live decently on Youtube alone unless they have like 300k subs. I mean even the top Youtubers have to sell merch or get help through donations to survive.
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    I want to build a gaming/video editing PC.

    How much is your budget? I can quote you an estimate on the parts I recommend in PHP and also a reputable seller here locally. I agree with NerdIndeed. I use a Ryzen 7 system myself and so far it's still running buttery smooth 8 months in. I do some occasional gaming and CAD software work (same load as video editing) and 3D modelling software. Main reason is for the cores (which is vital in video editing). Intel only offers 4-6 cores for their CPUs, even the i7 high end consumer grade CPUs. You'd have to spend double the price if you want to match Ryzen 7's 16 cores.
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    LinkedIn Account

    I have a LinkedIn account too and what's hard at first is building your network. For someone like me that doesn't have that many friends in the same field, sometimes random strangers just add me and I'll accept. I do like that they'll keep you updated on possible jobs available and if you pay for the Pro model, you'll get to see who searched for you and the times you've appeared on an employers' search list as well.
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    Facebook Traffic

    I like that you can advertise on Facebook easily. You pay per CPM. Though the numbers I got when I checked my ad progress was nice, I think you have to be patient. The effects of the ads aren't felt immediately but you do get traffic to your site legit.
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    What is your favorite social media sites?

    I like Facebook since I can use it like Flipboard/Feedly. I like to be in the know when it comes to memes and trending stuff from around the world. Something I can't set up my Flipboard or Feedly to do. I unfollowed most of my friends so that only the posts from pages I like show up on my newsfeed. I'm anti social in a social media site lol.
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    Possible solutions for my PC problem

    It is possible you have a defective RAM module as most of the codes insist. Try to insert the RAM sticks one by one and see if it works. If you have a spare computer that's compatible with your hardware, try to plug it in there too to speed up the process of checking. If all components are working there, then it means your motherboard is the problem.
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    Offline or online games?

    I prefer offline games since I don't have any friends that do game. Single player games are most of what I play. The ones that do have multiplayer compatibility, I try out from time to time. But the people I get matched with sucks. It's a non English speaking person here in Asia most of the time and I can't communicate with them. Imagine playing GTA Online with a Chinese person who keeps screwing up the mission. It's annoying.
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    Are You Using Cortana?

    Cortana was annoying enough to disable in my laptop running Windows 8.1 at the time. Actually, when I first got the laptop, the first thing I googled was how to uninstall Cortana. Mind you, I always uninstall bloatware first. For Cortana to go first is a testament to how useless and annoying it was.
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