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  1. Sticky: Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    I just squeezed out a 16 hour unit and a 14 and a half hour one with another due to hit about 16 hours and a 13 and a half hour one still cooking. I must need more fibre or something.
  2. Sticky: Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    I used a random generator for all my forum passwords after the Ubuntu site was hacked a while back. Even I can't remember most of them now and have to record them in a book offline.
  3. Sticky: Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    You might be right. I just remember that the first order of business once you've broken into a system is to give yourself a back door, therefore the first order of business when cleaning up the mess...
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    If it crashed so quickly then there's a good chance the intruder used the same vulnerability which hasn't been fixed or they have direct access to the server somehow. Either way it will take a...
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    Re: Apple granted a patent for page turning

    I prefer to wipe my ass rather than whip it, but otherwise you are quite correct. If someone at the patent office isn't taking back-hand payments to pass this kind of crap they're definitely the guy...
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    Re: Why console gaming is dying

    I've historically been mostly a console gamer when it comes to my own hardware, in good part due to my PCs typically being pretty behind the curve (mostly built from scavenged parts) while consoles...
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    Re: Why console gaming is dying

    These "consoles are dying" articles pop up every so often, usually followed by a "pc gaming is dying" swing a few months later. It's been going on for years now and the pendulum keeps swinging back...
  8. Re: Razer Naga gaming mouse requires always-on Internet connection

    Be a terrible shame if this news spread like wildfire.


    Oops.
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    Re: Valve on why they're favouring Linux

    Depending on your distro there are multiple ways to do things. In Ubuntu and other Debian derivatives you can either use the package manager (aptitude or Synaptic, which is a graphical front end for...
  10. Re: Microsoft files patent for device that enforces licenses through visual surveilla

    1984 wasn't supposed to be an instruction manual.
  11. Sticky: Re: World Community Grid - PureOverclock team updates

    You could always go direct to WCG for them: World Community Grid - Team
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    Re: Valve on why they're favouring Linux

    I can assure you from personal experience as well as that of numerous others that nVidia drivers in Linux are far more reliable than AMD/ATi. Linus' beef with nVidia is that they keep their drivers...
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    Re: Valve on why they're favouring Linux

    For processor support (I'm assuming you mean CPU, not GPU) it's much of a much-ness. The generic Linux kernel supports both perfectly well. Unlike some alternatives, Linux doesn't need special...
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    Re: Kaspersky Labs Developing Secure OS

    Even in a fairly simple OS there are quite literally MILLIONS of lines of code. The reality of commercial development (deadlines, budgets and working with the staff you can get rather than the ones...
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    Re: What are you listening to?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABxlQkIOfmA
  16. Sticky: Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    Oh snap! Over 59 Mil today! :o
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    Re: Kaspersky Labs Developing Secure OS

    Simply unplugging the control systems from the internet (or restricting it to internal VPN access) is also a good idea that has so far eluded people.
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    Re: Has anyone seen this before?

    I used to be an AMD fan (Athlon XP > Netburst P4, no contest), but as much as I want AMD to retake the performance crown they just can't seem to pull the rabbit out of the hat. In terms of video...
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    Re: Has anyone seen this before?

    If you're after OMGWTFBBQ! type points look no further than the likes of this: Supermicro | Products | SuperServers | 2U | 2027GR-TRFH

    Dual socket motherboard (Xeon E6-2600 CPUs)
    Up to 256GB RAM...
  20. Sticky: Re: Pureoverclock's Visiting team members' Campsite

    It's odd but that's what I'm hearing as well. The WCG GPU apps run a lot better on the ATi cards than on nVidia cards that otherwise get higher benchmarks. The next project could, however, be...
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    Not bad score today, fella! 50.6 million and rising every day. :D
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    Re: Has anyone seen this before?

    If that freaks you out, this will blow your mind.
    Super Micro Computer, Inc. - Products | Motherboards | Xeon Boards | X8OBN-F

    I've seen more as well, though they've fallen off the market for now.
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    Re: What are your other hobbies? (pics)

    As best I can tell, it was after 1893 (a trade agreement came into force then which required the country of origin to be stamped on them) but given the shape of the tail (just out of image) the...
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    Hello from Auz

    Hi folks, nice place you have here. :thumbsupbig:
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    Re: Microsoft has jumped the shark.

    I moved to Linux in late 2005 due to privacy and security concerns with Windows as well as not being able to keep up buying licences for the many systems I was building from spare parts for my...
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