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  1. According to the New York Times article, it's the responsibility of the gaming companies to enforce this law. Also you have to register with your real name in order to play so you can be monitored.
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  3. So I've been busy troubleshooting a flow problem that drove me up the wall for an hour or two. Everytime I'd start up the pumps, flow would peak at about 1gpm, then drop to a fraction of that, regardless of which flow meter i had hooked up. Turns out the bitspower inline filters i had left in the loop were clogging up the works. Took them out, and flow bypassing the rads was about 2.1gpm, which dropped to 1.8gpm when i added the rads in series into the equation: You can see the inline filter in that third pic. Mind you, that was running two Watercool pwm d5s in series without running a pwm signal to them. Didn't bother connecting the pwm lines to 5VDC (could be they were running at 60%, but I'd have to verify that to be sure). I'll split the rads apart now that i know flow is working properly and run the loop gpu block and rear block -> rad -> cpu -> rad. Once i power up the motherboard, i'll be able to verify if more can be squeezed out of the pump setup.
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  4. Much of the time I can see value in other cultures laws etc and I can see a benefit from limiting gaming to ensure that youths are doing other things and learning other skills. However I personally feel that this is too far in the wrong direction and I am not sure what benefit this has. To me, the only thing this serves is to annoy people and stifle up and coming gamers to the professional arena's. We all know that gamers headed pro happens prior to the age of 18, all I can see is this stunting there gaming industry.
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  5. "Dollar cost averaging" If you want to put in (for example) $1000, you don't put all of it in at once, instead, you put in £100 a week until you've invested $1000 total. When the markets are going up or short term, this isn't very effective, and you'll most likely end up not making as much as you wanted to. But long term, it's a safe way to make the most amount of money. If done right, you'll end up with more of that cryptocurrency over time than if you just bought $1000 worth.
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  6. Updates to Rig Creator as of today 12/08/21 You can now have up to 15 Rig Profiles. Users now have the ability to switch Rig Signatures on or of independently for Desktop/Mobile. Overclock & Other info information on rig profiles now show side by side to prevent scrolling. “Full Rig Info” button will now take you to the correct rig depending on which rig tab you were viewing in the signature when clicked. It will now take you to that specific rigs full information as opposed to just taking you to the first rig on the list in the user profile Additional alterations to the sharing functionality. I figured you guys may like the ability to add additional rigs, so you can now have 15 Some additional visual fixes will be incoming soon.
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