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PC gaming basics: how to set your memory speed and other overclocking basics

There isn’t really that much to say in regards to memory frequency in this pc gaming basics video: the newest motherboards come with UEFI, which is the successor of BIOS and has several options. In the gaming motherboards you can go to OC section, over-clocking, and then check the processor frequency and the RAM frequency. […]

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No shit: California has elite firefighters called “smokejumpers”

California, USA, has firefighters that jump off of helicopters and fight the fire directly in the wilderness. They are called “smokejumpers” and are highly trained. I never knew that California has such firefighters. Th smokejumpers exist since the 40s in the US. Now, albeit regular firefighting is highly dangerous and offers you plenty action, ‘chuting […]

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MSI Z97 Gaming 7 Motherboard and AMD vs Intel For Gaming PC 2014

Gaming pcs are good fow various tasks, but especially for gaming. If you have read about my dream gaming pc then you know these rigs can become quite pricey, but you could have a moderately good gaming pc for $500 too. The MSI Z97 Gaming 7 Motherboard, which has a review in the video from […]

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My dream gaming pc – list of computer components for gaming

LOL, I’ve been a lazy blogging ass yesterday, but I made my wishlist for a dream gaming pc. Really. I checked countless hours yesterday searching for the best computer components that would build me a gaming computer. I checked AMD vs Intel processors and ATI vs GeForce video cards and so on. What I can […]

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Health Care Triage: eat more salt and medical data sharing

Aaron Carroll, from Health Care Triage, brings us the HCT News along with the regular Monday episodes. The HCT News will air on Fridays and the regular show on Mondays. In the first HCT news installement we learn that ebola is not that contagious, as you can stay in the same room with an infected […]

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How does Google maps work?

Google buys sattelite data from whatever satellite imaging company it can so that it will show at most data 3 years old. Most of the images are one year old, but there are enough that are several weeks old in areas like US or Western Europe. Google hopes to offer a 10 centimeter resolution in […]

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Asteroid sky watch – something that we need to do

BBC News is watching the asteroid watchers who are working around the clock to check whether there are any asteroids heading towards Earth. An asteroid impact, although unlikely in the near future, can disrupt our civilization, but not end it. We’re at a given technological point in which we won’t be wiped out by an […]

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Colin Furze, the mad scientist/engineer, creates a firework safety suit out of metal

Colin Furze is the guy who showcased a pulse-jet bycicle and has done several such crazy things over the time. This time, colin created a metal suit to protect him from fireworks and it works just fine. The minor issue: you barely can move with that thing. It is still awesome to see a ton […]

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A wheelchair to rule them all – Hexhog

Gizmodo published recently an article about the Hexhog, a super wheelchair that can run on any terrain. It is of little comfort that it ca bring you here and there, but you can still have fun roaming the woods with it. The Hexhog all-terrain wheelchair is produced by Endalf at a price tag of $30 […]

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CGP Grey mini-documentary: Humans Need Not Apply

CGP Grey has outdone himself and created a mini-documentary that is 15 minutes long. It is not easy to create such a thing when he had to work a week to get one 3 minute long video in place. So, kudos to CGP Grey which has 1.8 million views for the video from above. Humans […]

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