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    Re: Internet security for 80 year old dad.

    malwarebytes or bitdefender are fine, but you should install a adblocker in his browser as well, since tons of malware infects using ads, also you need to train him to not open email attachments,...
  2. Re: What do you guys think about this build for gaming? Thoughts?

    i5-7600k over the i7-7700k? no difference fps wise, (I wouldnt spend a lot more for the 7700k) the 1080 is pretty much fine for everything, only 4k and 1440p 144mhz will push it hard, the model of...
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    Re: Skylake with DDR3?

    im confused it does since this article says running DDR 3 will damage skylake cpus in the long run, https://wccftech.com/skylake-does-not-support-ddr3-damage-ddr3l-only/
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    Re: GMAIL Alternative?

    buy a sim put in your phone, then give the number to gmail, take out the sim :) remember to keep the sim, in case they demand you use the number for some reason
  5. Re: not sure what to upgrade next, i have no goals

    I don't think that CPU will bottle neck a better GPU like a GTX 1060/RX480 much, if you get a better CPU your still be stuck at 1050ti speeds
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    Re: Review: Vivaldi browser

    Tried it myself quite liked it but it has some issues that made me drop it sorry cant remember the details but it was serious enough to put me off it
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    Re: Skylake with DDR3?

    Using logic they wouldn't have put a DDR3 socket on the board if it was going to damage the ram ASUS know what they're doing, IMHO your worrying too much :)
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    Re: Taming Windows 10.

    I disable Cotana and Telemetry too, and use Start 10 to replace the default start menu
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    Re: GMAIL Alternative?

    Ive used mail.com they dont demand mobile number, have you thought about just using a pay as you go sim card number, for gmail, i use one to give out numbers to untrusted sites
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    Re: Review: Brave Browser

    Nice review cheers, doesnt sound that great i can understand not having flash installed, but not supported at all is bonkers, I still get Flash demanded now and then
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