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2021.09.27 20:21 cbvv1992 🔥65% Off Code And Clip Coupon – $6.64 Electric Garlic Chopper with Triple-Blade!!

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2021.09.27 20:21 HubMeBro Various refreshments of Pink Piper

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2021.09.27 20:21 TheAmazingMio Our KitKat is part of the Big Eyes club

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2021.09.27 20:21 keenangraz Top 5 Free Racing Games on Steam You DON'T Know About

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2021.09.27 20:21 Sagarrius Lack of inspiration so please consider this an interesting title, thank you.

Hey, uhm. I cannot say that I am shy because I am not, though I am often considered one by anyone impatient enough to dive deeper with me. I am on a rough healing process because I was always pushed away and only accepted when there was in need of a guy to be made fun of. That made me build impenetrable walls and in the rush of building I forgot to build a door and now I am trapped inside my own walls trying to scratch my way out with a tea-spoon ('cause I live in London and tea is simply amazing). I am not the type of guy to write this kind of posts because 'putting myself out there' goes against my character but it's part of my healing process and so I just want to see if I'm as bad as my mind is telling me. I'm 24 (soon 25) by the way. Okay, I'll shh now because I'm terrible at this. Haha ! Have a fantabulous rest of your day ! :)
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2021.09.27 20:21 Zooky88 Found this guy online selling Gpu holders made by him with a 3d printer for mining. For 6 eur each I decided to give it a go and I'm very amazed with the quality of it. Also prepared to put a 120mm fan in the front. Screws included. Cheers guys

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2021.09.27 20:21 DavidW467 Facebook is ‘pausing’ work on Instagram Kids app amid growing scrutiny

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2021.09.27 20:21 zenhead_ Newbie question: what kind of synth sound is this?

I know there’s like all kinds of names for synth patches(?) and sound types but I was wondering what the sound in this blur performance (starting from 1:04) is called? https://youtu.be/xbch_4zVl4Q I’m not asking for a specific synth model, just what this sound is called Thanks in advance!
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2021.09.27 20:21 WildAd4544 Brought this pink beauty home yesterday 🌸

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2021.09.27 20:21 zacapalm $WKHS

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2021.09.27 20:21 tortikolis Kakvi su vam utisci nakon prvog takmičarskog meča KK Partizan?

Mislim da imamo velikih problema sa skokom tj centarskom pozicijom. Očekivao sam da će Smailagić biti bolji i imati veću ulogu.
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2021.09.27 20:21 Shua_Gale 30M chat about anything

Your problems, my problems, whatever!
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2021.09.27 20:21 xb666mx NR200 Inverted (Vertical GPU + Top Radiator)

Hey y'all, greetings from Germany! :)
Most important: Pics!!! (See attached :D)
Here are the specs of my beloved NR200 and a description of the process.

Why I inverted it: I wanted an ITX build for some time and with all the praise the NR200 got, that case was a no-brainer to get. So in Summer 2020 I searched for it and found... nothing. After some weeks the case was finally listed at an online retailer. But it was the NR200P. Okay, well - I thought - I want this case and I don't have to use the TG Panel (and it doesn't add this much of an extra premium). Or - more specific - I couldn't use the TG panel because I had a 240mm AIO lying around with the pump in the CPU block and didn't want to bottom mount the radiator. I bought that case and installed everything with the standard layout: Horizontal GPU, side mounted radiator and top fans. And I was really really happy. Easy installation, great temps and low noise. But now, after nearly one year, I was bored and wanted something fresh - and the TG panel came to my mind. So I searched the big old internet for a way to combine my existing hardware with that TG panel. And yep, Reddit to the rescue: NR200 Inverted Mod. :D
How it started: - https://www.reddit.com/sffpc/comments/jlo6bi/inverted_nr200p_mod/ - https://www.reddit.com/sffpc/comments/ijwywj/nr200_inverted_mod_vertical_3_slot_gpu_top/ Thanks to that toolless and modular approach, the NR200 was gutted in seconds. And thanks to these two reddit posts, with one video and many pictures plus description, I was well prepared. First thing I struggled was with removing the rivets. I grabbed my hand drill and yeah... these things spin freely. It's just a little metal ball pressed through the both plates which is then wrapped in these double-layered metal sheet and holds them together. So I guess the best tool would be an mini angle grinder and remove that ball-in-a-stick from the inside of the case. But yeah, I don't own one... so I used pliers to cut and press so that there wasn't any rotating material left. Then the drill worked much better. After the front plate was loose, I rotated it 180° and held it against the rest of the case. First I tried to bend some metal but after a few seconds I took the metal filer. A few minutes later the lip was filed down enough to make the back plate fall in place. The fit was so tight that there wasn't any movement between the parts. So I decided to NOT DRILL holes for screwing the back plate back down. That's when the case skeleton was finished.
Putting everything back in: I thought the rest was easy. And yes, for most of it, it was. First small complication was that I left the AIO attached to the CPU/MOBO and I had to pay attention to not CLOINK it against everything. After everything except of the AIO and GPU was in place and the cables were neatly packed against the PSU shroud the next step was to mount the radiator to the top panel. So i removed the mesh, took two fans and the radiator and guess what... the long radiator screws (for going "through" the fans) were a little bit to short and couldn't reach/grip the radiator screw holes... and I didn't even used washers because the screw heads were big enough for the holes in the top panel. So I switched the position of rad and fans. The rad was now placed under the top panel and the shorter rad screws reached/gripped the screw holes in the radiator. Yay. But Nay. The screw heads seemed to be big enough to not slip through the holes in the top panel but the radiator went loose when I attempted to mount the top panel to the rest of the case. And because the screws merely reached the rad there was no chance to install washers. I was about to give in and buy some fitting screws but then I looked at those black rubber fittings for mounted the fans toolless.
Quick and (very) cheap/dirty way of mounting that top radiator: If you cut it right these things are basically soft washers. I laid it on the hole of the top panel, put one of these short rad screws through and pressed/forced it some way down until the screw gripped the radiator. I made three more of these and now the radiator was fixed with four screws to the top panel. Sadly with this method you couldn't use the other four holes because the spacing in the top panel is for two fans and not for one radiator (or better: you shouldn't use the other four holes as you may get the screws in at an angle and damage the radiator screw holes. If you use a better combination of screws and washers you can compensate for these spacing issues and screw all eight screws in). Oh, I nearly forgot: I oriented the radiator so that its hoses are at the back of the case (and after the PC is finished next to / behind the riser cable). For the GPU I bought two power adapters to reroute these ports to the back of the card and therefore (after installation) between the mainboard and GPU because I wanted to use two 25mm fans in the bottom and the power cables/connector had collided otherwise. And yeah: Those two 25mm fans in the bottom barely fitted underneath that GPU. But I may want to call it a perfect fit because the GPU is now resting on on the left fan and isn't sagging. But there's no space and fortunately no need for a fan grill (because there aren't any cables on top). For that right fan you may want to install a fan grill because many cables (for 8-pin power, fans and ARGB) and maybe the two radiator hoses will be pushed in that direction.
After putting the TG panel on: I did it! I surely reads as if this took me half a day... and it may have felt like it when I had to improvise... but in reality it wasn't even a hour. :D And it looked really nice. Not as fancy as it could because the Asus TUF 3080 OC isn't the shiniest (RGB'est?!) of all RTX 3000 out there but it has some sort of understatement. So I plugged everything in and it worked just fine. IMPORTANT: Before I started I went in to the BIOS and changed the PCIE module from GEN4/AUTO to GEN3 because of that PCIe 3.0 riser cable of the NR200. If you don't do this you'll be greeted with a black screen - or if you update the BIOS like me. Fail. Ehm, yes. But fortunately you can just pop off that front panel, take out the GPU and riser cable, shove the top panel with the attached radiator through the front panel to get the hoses out of the way and then you can mount the GPU directly to the PCIe slot of the MOBO. With this the GEN4 connection is working again, you can boot into the BIOS and switch it to GEN3. Now it was time to benchmark this beauty!
Is it hot in here or is it just me... or the GPU?! Yeah... the GPU didn't like it. At all. So here is my experience with the TG panel and all fan configurations (thank god that NR200 is modular and changing the fan orientations is a matter of two minutes): 1. Both intake: I thought the GPU can't get any air so I have to shove it in. But all that shoved-in air couldn't escape anywhere. So basically everything went up in flames (gladly no, but the all of the reported temperatures were BAD, e.g. GPU above 90°C.) 2. Top exhaust / bottom intake: This made it better. Fresh air from the bottom through the GPU and the radiator pulled it out of the case. But not much better. The GPU was still running hot (above 80°C). And the CPU wasn't running nearly as cool anymore (from 60°C to 80°C). 3. Both exhaust: I had a bad feeling about this. Hot air goes out - but were does cool air come in? Don't waste your time with this configuration. 4. Top intake / bottom exhaust: Had a bad feeling again... and yeah... hot air from radiator to the GPU isn't such a great idea. *PEEEEEEEEEEP* <- me, cursing. :'D I figured the TG panel (for my setup) isn't going to happen and after some seconds (or minutes?!) of cursing I decided to...
... switch from the TG panel back to the mesh panel! Yep. Everyone on YT says that a vertical orientation with a mesh panel is a waste of everything because you can't enjoy/see the looks of your GPU, the noise is directed at you and you may get worse temperatures as a whole. But hey, there I was... I had some more spare time (after midnight)... and didn't want to undo everything I did that day. And here we go again... benchmarking... and changing the fan orientations in between. I used my experience from before and tested the two standard / best configurations first: 4. Top intake / bottom exhaust: Good CPU thermals. Meh GPU thermals. The GPU still doesn't really like when there is hot air stuck on top of it without any chance to escape. 2. Top exhaust / bottom intake: Turn the airflow 180° around. Get cool air to that GPU! Better. But not nearly as good as I hoped. And the CPU took a hit because of ALL THE HOT AIR from the GPU. Okay, mesh isn't TG - I heared that many times before... so I'll see it for my own: 1. Both intake: Nope. Nope. Nope. Now I basically had three intakes: GPU + Radiator + Bottom fans. But no exhaust. That's were mesh and TG are the same. You don't want to build an hot air balloon, I guess. 2. Both exhaust: Last chance. Last hope. And well. HOLY MOLY. That configuration is PURE MAGIC (for my setup).
It's even better than the standard / horizontal configuration of the NR200!!! (*) (*) If you have a CPU with low TDP and a good AIO. My explanation: GPU: It can suck cool air through the mesh and gets some cooling from below. Plus that top radiator takes that bubble of hot air above the GPU away. So for the GPU: This is the coolest setup possible! CPU: You may tend to say that it will run far too hot... but because there is a lot of cool air passing only the back of the GPU and going into the radiator the temperatures aren't bad at all. Okay, not nearly as good as you'd have going with a radiator intake but that's definitely the best compromise. On top of that fresh breath of cool air from the bottom fans the GPU stays really cool which means that little hot air which passes through the radiator altogether. Everything else: In the standard configuration the temperatures of everything else attached to the MOBO was... not optimal (to put it nicely). The horizontal GPU cuts off the airflow from the bottom of the case. And the (side mounted) radiator and top fans mostly run either low speed (little airflow over the MOBO) or at higher speeds but with hotter air (which ultimately also doesn't cool the internals of the case). With this vertical GPU setup you have cool air flowing behind the GPU from the bottom fans to the top radiator and over the internals of the case. Only the front half of the case has to handle hot air - and that's nearly exclusively the GPU alone.
I wanted to give something back to the Reddit community because you guys helped me a lot of times. <3
- b666m
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2021.09.27 20:21 Hacklone Created an app to help you organize game nights :)

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2021.09.27 20:21 l_o__l leaked ritual of dani becoming one with the milk

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2021.09.27 20:21 ElephantPaint Can having sex after a while disrupt hormones from Nuvaring while using it to skip periods?

Hi y’all, to preface, I am seeing a gyno next week but wanted some insight from others who may have had similar experiences ahead of time.
So I’ve been skipping my period on the nuvaring for a few years and typically don’t have issues. Sometimes if I take too long to replace the ring I’ll get breakthrough bleeding but it doesn’t last long. And when they switched the manufacturer back and forth I had some breakthrough bleeding but now I’ve been back on the generic manufactured by Prasco (same as nuvaring) for a couple months.
I’ve been sexually active on nuvaring before but I have just recently become sexually active again within a new relationship after a 4-5 month break. We started having sex a couple weeks ago and no bleeding or anything abnormal, it was the same time I replaced the ring with a new one, but did have some “old blood” for a few days. The next week, we had sex again, and no bleeding at all. This time, a few days later… well let’s just say I saw my own bloody handprint on the bed and was very confused.
It was bright red but I can’t tell if it was surface bleeding or breakthrough bleeding. There was minimal bleeding overnight (tampon was mostly empty) and I am… ahem… “experienced” and don’t typically have this issue so I don’t think it was surface bleeding but on the other hand could having sex after a long break cause hormonal disruptions with the nuvaring?
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2021.09.27 20:21 andyolivers Creator Invitation request

I'm creating AI powered art and I'd like to become a creator in foundation.app. Please check my instagram and twitter.
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2021.09.27 20:21 DiegoCandido864LOL thats not even a virus...

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2021.09.27 20:21 colorayado10 Backpack Recommendation - Masters Student/Gym

Going back to school for my graduate degree. I normally head from work to campus, and I was looking for a bag that could carry my laptop/folder and my clothes for the climbing gym/working out.
I had seen the patagonia black hole backpack/ 30L
Any recommendations would be appreciated!
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2021.09.27 20:21 Nojokerever When your bench completely smokes your starters…..

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2021.09.27 20:21 SaltySpursSupporter What if there is no Dustbowl?

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2021.09.27 20:21 kickresume Resume Sections: How to Organize Your Resume? [+Resume Examples]

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2021.09.27 20:21 Ehvaandal New artwork and buttons, the balltop could be a little darker, sigh

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2021.09.27 20:21 nawanessi Kawhi and PG

It seems like they’ve been seen together publicly a lot this summer. Seems a little suspect. What r your thoughts?
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2021.09.27 20:21 trafficsux What's this plant? Looks and feels like some sort of succulent, and I did find some that looked similar on Google, but not close enough to be sure

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