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  3. Artie

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    I'm not too bad, you?
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  5. eleet

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    Ken, You are now banned for life. Congrats!
  6. eleet

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    Jeff, please stop editing and deleting your posts. There is zero point.
  7. eleet

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    IPB 4.4.0!!!!! Wooooooo goodbye $25!
  8. eleet

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    "Ayo happy valentine's day." - PHP 7.3
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  10. I have no fucking idea where the member list went, nor when it disappeared. It was probably from an update like 3 years ago. Don't worry. An update is coming soon. Maybe they re-add it.
  11. eleet

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    Yeah, that'll be interesting. Supposedly he's done a pretty good job. Some people still think Intel could have chosen better if a candidate presented themselves, which I think has largely been their issue.
  12. Intel Corporation's Interim CEO is now their permanent CEO.
  13. Did Link ever get to sucking?
  14. It's like finding a needle in a haystack. I need a member list to sift through, also give me emails in these bozos profiles so I can digitally stalk mother fuckers. Geez.
  15. eleet

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    Jeff, I think it's going to be an uphill battle for the next few years. Security researchers are really honing in on CPU bugs these days, and taking a deeper look into finding firmware vulnerabilities. CPU hardware and BIOS/UEFI/Firmware bugs used to be something out of a science fiction novel. Most security researchers were more focused on finding easier to spot and easier to exploit and presumably more widespread bugs in things like Adobe Flash & the webbrowser of your choice, along with Microsoft Windows. Then, someone got the bright idea to start poking around things like Intel Management Engine and some other fun Intel-specific motherboard backdoors features. They've finally made their way to the CPU. I think it'll be important to decide whether or not you're concerned with the performance hit by whichever method of fixing they implement in whichever chip you buy. I think we're looking at probably 2 more years until this stuff really dies down. I foolishly thought we'd have kind of a "smoking gun" solution with the next batch of CPUs for Spectre/Meltdown but now with things like Foreshadow & other variants, that doesn't really seem to be the reality of it. All that aside, I'm very excited for the prospect of building a super rig with a 2080 Ti & i9-9900K. However, AMD should have Zen 2 out sooner than later. Maybe that'll blow the 9900K away. And supposedly their upcoming GPU line-up will be awesome as well.
  16. Intel Corporation's Cascade Lake is supposed to have a fix for Variants 1 - 5. Cascade Lake is for server processors, but this news tells us that Intel's regular chips should have fixes for these by the next generation, or the one after that. 10nm is postponed to the end of 2019 or 2020. ARM claims that they will have 5nm processors out by then.
  17. o hai guys. hows your 2018 going?
  18. I was wondering if I were going to buy a new PC once they came out with a hardware fix for Spectre/Meltdown. That would be 9th generation core processors? I would be waiting longer otherwise. Before that I was thinking I would wait for laptops as thin as you mentioned to be extremely capable. So far Intel has more in that space than AMD. I'm happy that there's competition now so that they all put more effort into coming out with better stuff.
  19. eleet

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    Jeff, I have a not-so-secret Instagram that you can probably manage to find. Regrettably, Corporate America also dictates that I have a somewhat-current LinkedIn. These two things included, social media fucking sucks. I don't miss it and occasionally question my even-limited involvement in it. I deleted my Facebook permanently in August of 2012 and never looked back. As far as processors are concerned, it's a very interesting time to be alive. I would have bought an i7-8700K before Spectre/Meltdown, but I'm glad I didn't and it's also nice to see AMD forcing 8 core chips into the mainstream. I hope Zen 2 is incredible. However, I wouldn't overlook the possibility of Intel pulling a rabbit out of a hat. Single threaded performance is a battle AMD hasn't won in years, unfortunately. Hopefully AMD's continued quick pace into die shrink-downs can help them secure a long-awaited victory in that area too. I look forward to someday throwing out my Razer Blade laptop from a couple of years ago and getting a real (desktop) computer again.
  20. You haven't been on social media in years. Maybe since the last time people mentioned Kony on social media? Social media has been sucking. I'm not sure if I should ask you to go back to using it or not. You have your AMD Athlon avatar up during a time where it looks like AMD will win against Intel Corporation. The way things are going now, AMD is going to get way ahead of Intel. Intel are now taking at least twice the usual amount of time to shrink their transistors. AMD are going to be at 7nm soon, while Intel has yet to announce 10nm. Intel is going to try to argue that their 10nm is as good or better than others 7nm, but then the next thing that will happen will be Intel taking twice as long to go past 10nm while others go on to 5nm by then. It looks like your AMD Athlon avatar is justified. Who knows what will happen after 5nm though.
  21. eleet

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    Hello, Jeff!
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