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i cannot find the video of this girl dancing anymore, has an accent. can anyone help?

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A friend of my father's asked me to help him with building his computer for some reason, but I know jack shit of what's good or not.

Here are the parts he's looking at. Anyone here know and can tell me if these parts are good or not? He says money is not an issue.

Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake 6-Core 3.7 GHz (4.7 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151 (300 Series) 95W BX80684I78700K Desktop Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630

MSI Z370 GAMING PRO CARBON AC LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z370 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard

Corsair Hydro Series, H115i PRO RGB, 280mm Radiator, Dual 140mm ML Series PWM Fans, Advanced RGB Lighting and Fan Control with Software, Liquid CPU Cooler, CW-9060032-WW


G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR

SAMSUNG 960 PRO M.2 512GB NVMe PCI-Express 3.0 x4 Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-V6P512BW
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>>463469
Use pcpartpicker. It makes it much easier to create, share and discuss parts lists.

>>462810
>implying updating UEFI is remotely dangerous, complicated or difficult
>implying that spectre isn't a predictable consequence of any processor that does speculative execution
>using a massive screed of wanky acronyms just to say "you forgot to mention the graphics card"
>using greentext implying in the first place
>>>/g/ and stay >>>/g/
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>>463472

>implying updating UEFI is remotely dangerous, complicated or difficult

If he cannot even decide components for himself, why do you think he has the capabilities/ is even bothered to update it?


>implying that spectre isn't a predictable consequence of any processor that does speculative execution

AMD's CPUs makes it much harder to exploit spectre due to architectural differences. Intel could have made it more resilient to spectre v2, but they didn't. Stop giving excuses for Intel's misdecision.

>>using greentext implying in the first place

You need to go back to >>>/reddit/r/Intel
>>>/reddit/r/techsupportgore

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>>463963
No they fucking don't. The only processors that aren't vulnerable are ones that don't do speculative execution, ie the P45C, some cellphone ARM processors, the older in-order Atoms.

You're thinking about the original "meltdown" vulnerability, which was patched before it was disclosed.
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>>463968
It is however:

"This attack requires poisoning the CPU's BTB. This is easy on at least Intel Haswell CPUs (and probably some other Intel CPUs), because BTB entries are aliased in a very predictable way. Some recent ARM Cortex-A series CPU cores are reportedly vulnerable too, for the same reason. It is much more difficult on all AMD CPUs, because BTB entries are not aliased - the attacker must know (and be able to execute arbitrary code at) the exact address of the targeted branch instruction."


I never said AMD is immune; I just said Intel could have something to make a spectre v2 attack less successful/meaningful from the hardware level.
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>>463973
The mitigations for these sidechannels have to be in software: we're already seeing real-world exploits that spend half an hour populating the entire address space. Making something a pain in the ass is not the same as making something non-possible. "Harder" is worthless when it comes to computer security: the phrases you want to see are "possible" or "not possible".

Fortunately the mitigations *are* in software, in the form of memory barrier instructions that the OS (and anything else that runs arbitrary code across security domains) invokes as part of the process of transitioning between security domains. You can't force a misprediction, because the barrier (depending on the architecture) either flushes the BTB or stalls the pipeline and forces IOE. There's also the retpoline technique, which works by "pre-poisoning" the specific branch target just before it's used, ensuring that any speculative execution will mispredict it in a controlled, benign way. These mitigations have to be there, because the hard attacks are still possible; by protecting against the hard attacks you also protect against the easy attacks.

What you're describing is a hardware quirk, a coincidence. Both processor families were designed with the assumption that instructions discarded by specex would have no discernable side-effects, and both processor families are equally flawed. If either had actually known about it, and were designing their processors for security, they'd have implemented BP barriers ten years ago. Aliasing (or not aliasing) the BTB is a decision both companies took as a performance tradeoff: speed-of-light considerations constrain the physical (and therefore logical) size of your BTB, an aliased BTB holds more entries, but will guess wrong when two entries hash the same. It's a performance tradeoff, and it's coincidence that AMD happened to chose the one that makes BTB poisoning (an attack that no-one had even conceived of) slightly more of a pain in the arse.

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So I found this ring on one of theanimeman's videos and I was wondering. Where I could get one. (I'm talking about the one with the pink strip. Do you know any ring that may look similar to this? Even if the strip isnt pink thats fine
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Search Tungsten ring on amazon

I'm requesting links to thicc asian girls instagrams, I want to beat my meat
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>>463969
that sound more like an /r/ request
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>>463970
but their not nude

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It keeps freezing,showing random colors and lines and keeps buzzing like hell.
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>>463897
If your computer does this after turning it on after sleep mode you need to hard reboot it to make it work. The solution is install a previous version of your intel graphics driver
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>>463897
pick it up and give it a medium to good shake. do you hear anything rattling around inside?
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thats a vga monitor, right? the gpu is probably crashing in a non recoverable way (either overheat, or driver issues, or close to being dead) which causes everything else to get stuck (audio keeps replaying the same small piece of the buffer)
whats the temperature of the gpu like? whats the gpu driver version? you can use gpu-z to check both things
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>>463897
as dead as your diet
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So,i changed all my cabels and now it works,thanks /wsr/!

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/r/ing someone to upload all of Etalyx's Subnautica videos from his Twitch account to a Youtube channel because Twitch keeps buffering when I try to watch them and its annoying.

Thank you

https://youtu.be/fhS8C53jSt4?t=8m54s

In his NieR: Automata review, Youtuber "Weegee Plays" uses a soundtrack (starting at 08:54) which I swear have heard somewhere already.
I absolutely love it and need the name of it. Greatly appreciated.

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CAn someone please colour a blue FBI jacket on him?
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>>463916
I think the missing blue jacket is the least of the problems with this image
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>>463918
What's wrong with it?
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Can anyone post that one picture of Umaru being raped by other Umarus?
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>>463742
>>>/r/

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Does anyone know what movie this screenshot is from?
It was posted in a thread on /tv/ about foreign movies. The original filename was 'manoel.png'
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>>463938
Sure, got nothing better to do
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>>463939
https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3717605
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>>463940
Thank you.
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>>463941
No problem. Also, there's links to three subtitle files here, for each video file. I haven't checked if they work though.
http://subtitlesland.net/subtitles/manoel-dans-lle-des-merveilles-english-srt-5398774/
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>>463943
hot diggity dang

Could someone make this text in white on a black background (this text: MOVE) to use as a profile picture?
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what the fuck, im copy pasting the text, it's
"MOVE"
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fuck it i give up
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>>463781
you here? this what you want?
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>>463782
Stick it on pastebin. There's no way anyone's going to play guess-the-unicode-codepoint.

>>463905
I think pic was unrelated and OP wanted a render of his weird text that 4chan filters.

Looking for any study done that found brushing one's teeth helps prevent tooth decay. Don't need the full article even, just an abstract.
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Not sure if this helps.

> Dentists say that the most important part of tooth care happens at home. Brushing and flossing properly, along with regular dental checkups, can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/teeth.html

> Resources
> American Academy of Periodontology
> American Dental Association (ADA)
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>>463907
>Toothbrushing with a fluoridated toothpaste, which is now the usual practice, is effective in reducing caries incidence.
>Flossing can remove plaque from approximal tooth surfaces, and there is some evidence that it can reduce caries incidence.
>Dental caries can be largely prevented by highly efficient removal of plaque by toothbrushing and flossing.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/346493
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>>463923
Thank you.

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trying to remember/find a comic i saw storytime'd on /co/.

it was a series of disjointed horror plots that all tied into eachother/sort of came together. one was astronauts being sent to investigate a giant monolith that was going to crash into the earth, another was sort of a murder mystery after some kind of seance in a house. a couple of others i'm hazy on the details of. it was kind of intentionally unclear which parts were real/memories/hallucinations of character, but they all bled into eachother as the story went on
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It's the second time I've seen this request and it still amuses me that the name of the comic is "Nameless."
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>>463911
heh, that's great. thank you :D

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It's a logn shot, but I hope someone can help:

I want to translate Love+ for NDS from the English fan translation. I know how to access the files, but I can't decode them for the life of me, and the translator said he doesn't remember how to decode and code them.

Could anyone help me with this? Once I can access the files, I know what to do, but I need help with this. TIA.
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Hello, a few weeks or maybe even a month ago there was a thread on /tv/ that somehow got on the topic of poetry written by children. People started posting some, and some of it was legitimately good, in a brutally honest way since kids don't filter. I'd love an archive link to the thread, or maybe just people posting good poems by kids. I remember one was about a robot being isolated, and another was by a black kid talking about how he can't afford school supplies but the teachers shit all over him for it. I could have swore I took screenshots, but I didn't and now I really hope someone can help me out because it's driving me crazy. Pic related is the only one I was able to find again. Hope it helps.
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Found this one too, but it was the wrong thread. There was like 20 good poems like these anons, it's going to be worth it to keep digging.
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Don't know if this is the one, but I found it searching the image hash for your second image in the archives

http://archive.4plebs.org/tv/thread/94589673
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>>463891
This was the one anon, thanks. Thought there was more in there but I found the black kid poem.



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