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Atari Breakout

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About Atari Breakout

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  • Birthday 06/12/01

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    Michigan, USA
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    Programming, Gaming, Chemistry

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  1. Best of luck to you, as always!
  2. yall young af, but im younger c:, good luck in y'alls future!
  3. This seems rather odd... 384 Cuda Cores, 1227 MHz base/1468 MHz boost, 30W TDP, with 2 GB VRAM. Priced at 70 dollars MSRP, why would someone not go for a 1050 (~100) or even a 1050Ti (~140)? http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-gt-1030-pascal-official-launch/ Any thoughts? "Includes CS:GO as a reference without numbers"
  4. Yeah, I know, I dont agree with the lack of persecution on the guards. But, when I say diplomatic, I mean military bases and stuff like that. You know how fucking dumb trump is :P.
  5. Lets start off serious. From what I have read (http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/why-turkish-bodyguards-involved-bloody-d-c-brawl-likely-won-n760926, and https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/turkeys-presidential-guards-violently-clash-with-protesters-outside-embassy/2017/05/17/8420942a-3b05-11e7-9e48-c4f199710b69_story.html?utm_term=.0007a5bd8f42) It seems that U.S. Protesters against Turkey were struck by "well dressed" Turkish guards due to the norms in turkey of striking down any protesters. I find that the Police in this situation could not arrest or attack the Turkish bodyguards due to diplomatic issues. The US has had bases in Turkey for a moderate amount of time, however, the relationship between these two countries are strained. I assume that the officers were specifically instructed to not arrest these "smiths" because of the possible implications that may follow. The "president" of turkey is known to be a erratic that cracks down on citizens if they run against him. Turkey also holds critical military bases that are key to fight ISIS as they are placed in near-perfect positions. I also find that there will need to be something done about this but again, its like being stuck between a rock and a hard place. These guards should be held accountable, but, if Turkey denies that they should be arraigned, there should be UN involvement due to their constant insubordination. These actions on US soil also show how many other countries do not respect the rights of US citizens even on US soil. These protesters should be freed of charges put against them as I also find they are mostly out of self-defense. To Trump What the fuck. With all the controversies surrounding him, the majority seem to point toward Russian involvement, untrustworthy members of the Trump Admin., Constant hatred toward news organizations other than far right Breitbart, "fox and friends", etc., A lack of transparency into the administration, lack of credible press releases, and many. fucking. more. I didn't like any of the candidates (comethefuckonbidenlmfao) in the 2016 election but I feel that Trump is the worst of the evils between the candidates due to his constant controversies. His approval rating has nearly constantly dropped (https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/pollster-ratings/) with only 2 noticeable "recoveries". As of now, his approval rating is at a sad 39.7% Final Statments I would like to put this out there (even if you don't believe me), I am not White, and I consider my self to be a marginal left lean. "the sky is falling"
  6. :c
  7. Wut. http://imgur.com/h6c30kP
  8. Sure (maybe)
  9. #TruckaForLegend
  10. Go to 12:50, enjoy!
  11. Thats fucking awesome, I'm planning to build a whole new rig in mid-june (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8yztBP). Hopefully I can buy some of the parts from amazon with your affiliate link!!!
  12. Thx staff for help! Got it fixed! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Gameme: http://sg.gameme.com/playerinfo/760985 MM rank: inactivity unranked Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/AtariTech/ cap
  14. The 1800X is a binned silicon chip (meaning that it can preform the best in overclocking and overall performance) hence the $150 price premium. 1700X is "middle grade" binned chips, and 1700 is mainly the left overs that function properly. I still think that because you aren't looking for heavy workflows, you should get the 7700k due to its higher IPC and clock speeds allowing for greater than 700 fps with a 1080ti in CS:GO
  15. In what terms are you doing productivity in? In terms of gaming, if you are 80% gaming and only 20% productivity, I would say go for a 4 core with hyper-threading (i7 7700k, YES I DO REALIZE HE DOESN'T WANT THIS BUT IF ITS MAINLY FOR GAMING HE SHOULD GET THIS) as many games prefer the use of less, faster, and higher IPC cores. If you are doing 50/50, I would wait till Skylake-X comes out as that is rumored to be Intel's next enthusiast 6+ core lineup. The 6800k is part of the Broadwell-E lineup (slightly outdated) and is easily beaten by the Ryzen 7's in productivity, but the other way in gaming. The 6800K's price is also similar to that of a 1700X (basicly a 1800X but the silicon isn't binned). The Ryzen chips will be getting more RAM compatibility sooner or later, many of the current issues are due to AMD's short time frame that they gave motherboard manufacturing companies as well as RAM fabrication companies.