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Deus Ex: Revision

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Deus Ex Revision

Free Overhaul of the 2000 Classic 😎

Deus Ex: Revision, a complete mod and overhaul of the 2000 classic, is now available as a free download, Caustic Creative has announced.

Players that are fan’s like myself may wanna checkout the Classic Deus Ex Revision. Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition is available on Steam and Good Old Games. Download and install the game and it should be immediately playable but next, we’ll be downloading something else, Revision Goodie Bag make it much better.

The mod which is designed to function with the Steam version of Deus Ex features new environments, new music, and new world-building detail. Also thrown in are fanbase mods including Direct3D 9 rendering, high-resolution textures, high-detail 3D models, and alternative gameplay modes.
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ASUS Has Died

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Hardware

Probably The Worst Company in History 😈

Jesus sounds like ASUS in Spanish and a Donkey in Switzerland German, ASUS can be called a Donkey’s Ass

Turns out ASUS has a name that sounds like Jesus and probably more depending upon what language you know, personal I can tell you this much, ASUS ant no fucking saint or God for that matter.

It all began with Dream Machine 2014 and the USB ports disconnecting and reconnecting. Wait one moment, it began the first time I ever owned a ASUS product, witch was in 2006 when the motherboard would hang almost a minute before completely booting. It was ASUS P4S800D-X a ugly looking motherboard and something I could case less about at the time because the one before, ASRock motherboards wait one moment again isn’t ASRock a knock off of ASUS, Yes that’s right!.

ASRock may of been a knock off of ASUS back then and as of now ant anymore, guess that’s why the NAS\Server is still running. What went down for the ASUS Maximus VII Hero motherboard when I first got it, was the USB disconnecting and reconnecting and thought it was insignificant power been deliver to USB ports. This happened once every often and could be replicated so easily.

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Until one day just before E3 2015 when summer was about to began it happened, I completely lost it, literally lost it. Ten years messing around with PC’s aka Machines and to only hate them has mush has it did when it took place.

ASUS caused over a decade all relationship to almost end on the cause of me losing what I love doing, been a machine head and pure PowerUser that most of you wouldn’t hold shit to, honestly I would burn this vessel up to prove you wrong along with me eating your soul in the progress.
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Microsoft’s Sneaky Spybot

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Microsoft is Spying on You! 👿

Haven they learn anything yet, that we’re PowerUsers capably of launching Missiles from orbit

The community has been on the edge over Microsoft’s new Privacy Settings in Windows 10 and they should be considering this article covers what Microsoft has been doing with Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.

I like to point out that there’s a little .bat and .vbs on github called BlockWindows capable of disabling Application Experience in the Task Scheduler, uninstalling those nasty Telemetry KB updates, IPs, and Services.

Microsoft has been criticized by privacy advocates in regards to the data hunger of its Windows 10 operating system. The operating system slurps data like there is no tomorrow, especially when systems are set up using the express settings. Experienced users may Disable Telemetry and Data Collection partially during setup, and then some more afterwards using the Registry or Group Policy.
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Windows 10 Official Launch

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Microsoft Windows 10 😛

Windows 10 has officially landed, lets hope Microsoft gets it right

In case you have more than one PC, and in case you don’t want to wait for the automatic upgrade, you can get the Windows 10 ISO file and do either an upgrade or a Clean Installation on your PC.

The provided links will offer allow you to download something called Media Creation Tool and then the tool offers you either to upgrade your windows or create a ISO file. You can select your language, architecture, whether you use 32-bit or 64-bit hardware, and choose the Windows Edition you need. Make sure to check the System Requirements for Windows 10 ISO before you start the installation.

Lots of users if not most have not upgraded just yet. And if you are an impatient person like yours truly, by using this tool that becomes a forced update. The ISO that is download is 3GB in size, you get an option to upgrade from the ISO or make an install USB which you can use for other computers as well. If you want to burn it to USB file, you need at least 6GB drive or bigger to do so. The tool will automatically download the ISO that you can burn or download, and extract the ISO for a bootable USB installation drive.
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Samsung SSD 840 EVO Optimization

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Samsung’s SSD 840 EVO Advanced Performance Optimization 😡

Should of stuck with a Mechanical HDD if Advanced Performance Optimization acts like a Defrag Utility

After getting dream machine 2014 build up and running, the Samsung SSD 840 EVO had noticeable slow downs and didn’t know where it was coming from at the time. The ASUS Maximus VII Hero got the finger pointed at when I first noticed the slow downs, but it wasn’t the only thing that was causing slowdowns in the system.

Really don’t want to talk about the Problems I encountered with ASUS Maximus VII Hero motherboard, lets just say they should have did a better job packaging up their drivers, stupid fucks. Nonetheless the problem was fix by installing Intel Chipset drivers and not the ones from ASUS website.

Now comes Samsung SSD 840 EVO with extreme slowdowns and it was even more Noticeable when running a test that was found on PC Perspective website. Techie007 the developer of the application, wrote a new benchmarking program that would specifically test for an age/speed correlation by reading files already on the SSD, and then display its findings graphically.
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Computex 2015

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What a Perfect time to be a Geek 🙂

Computex is one of the best events to attend, lets see what this year has to offer

Even though I given upon All-in one Liquid Coolers, Chassis, Heatsinks, Fans, Optical bay drives and Power Supply Units (PSU), that don’t mean it ant going to get covered in this years event. Everything goes when it comes to Computex, no matter what or how weird it many be, it’ll be linked.

The same can be said for company’s I dislike or hate, you have to have something to compare it to and who knows the most hated or disliked company could end up been one of the coolest peaces of gear at this years Computex.
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PlayStation 3 Backup Utility

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Tutorials

Let’s Upgrade Our PlayStation 3 HDD

Plug-in Play these days are pretty much well, like the DOS days

When will people learn that you can’t backup 320GB of data to a hard disk drive with a FAT32 file system. With a FAT32 File System you’ll only be able to have one partition that can hold 32GB’s of data, not including Digital Vs. Binary, that leaves you with uncounted space along with Cluster Size on the Hard disk drive. When it comes to understanding sectors on the hard disk drive you also have to account for the hidden sectors that would be needed to access the data inside the 512 bytes per sector.

Newer Hard disk drives (HDD) in the last few years have been coming with 4K sectors and custom ways to handle the new 4K sectors, for example Seagate and Western Digital has it own way of dealing with old hardware and the way it can change the sectors depending on what operating system you use.

Until then, hard drive manufacturers will implement the 4K sector transition in conjunction with a technique called 512-byte sector emulation, The introduction of 4K-sized sectors will depend heavily on 512-byte sector emulation. This term refers to the process of translating from the 4K physical sectors used in Advanced Format to the legacy 512-byte sectors expected by host computing systems.
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