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  • Friend, not cousin. We had to pick our own topics and get them approved from our Professor.
    I got it from citizen computers in sasi arcade. The card is available at galaxy as well.
    well definatly 7770 is way better then 5770 and gave better performence then 5770 .if u want to buy it then go for it
    Wouldn't it be better if you introduce yourself first and also tell me why you're asking. Anyway i have done my bachelor's in Civil Engineering from Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology
    Bro I won't recommend even the PS3 controllers even though they can work with softwares. Problem is that in every generic controller, the key registration is different. Example, my controller is detected easily in games as an X360 controller. But most buttons are swapped with each other. Like analog key is at the Select button, X is swapped by A. Y is swapped by B. RT is swapped by RB etc.

    Correcting these is a pain in the ass even thru softwares.

    I have a fully functional chinese controller which also has a solid build. But I am still looking for a decently cheap but legit X360 wired controller because its a pain to correct the key bindings. Easily 10-20 minutes lag jaatay hain configuration and hooking process main. Some games are not even supported by X360ce software like Mark OF The Ninja.

    You can buy any generic Chinese controller in the range of 400-600, they will work for 6-10 months I think. But they will be a pain in the ass to configure with every game.
    I have one. It works decently for many games. But in games like Mark Of the Ninja, Dark Souls, etc, configuration of the buttons is reversed and the game gives a lot of issues. I have to use the software X360ce to rectify the problems, but the software doens't work with all games. So for ultimate experience, a legit X360 wired (or wireless + receiver) controller is recommended.
    Yar I personally used WD-40 sprayed on a small piece of cloth.

    Just make sure you work on a wooden table so theres no chance of earth current etc.

    Once your heatsink and processor is clean apply paste and leave it for 2-3 hours.
    No problem. Their are different ways to clean the thermal paste. Nail Polish method is the most extreme one. Use this method, if nothing else works. If you can get isopropyl alcohol, then use it first.
    Here is how: 1. Remove the heatsink; 2. properly clean the older paste on CPU and headsink; 3. apply the new thermal paste on CPU (use pea/dot method); and 4. Install the heatsink. Check this link for guidance: How-To: Properly Apply Thermal Paste and Install a CPU | Maximum PC
    No rocket science dude just put a small dollop on your heatsink and place it gently on your processor so it automatically speards on it. Just make sure not to apply too much of it and wipe off the old dried paste carefully before application.
    reason for selling is I have no use of 500 gb ..my usage is approx..200gb including windows..thats y em selling it..
    Well if you're asking about the art that's on the Tee then nopes it was made by someone on deviantart, I just added a few touches and plastered it over the tees...
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    Necrokiller said:
    did you test for antibodies?
    My parents did and my dad had the short-term antibodies. I didnt get tested because I got the PCR done and had all the clasasical symptoms. My dad had lots of fever and fatigue.
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  • faraany3k faraany3k:
    Get well soon Necro
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  • IzHee IzHee:
    Get well soon, man
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  • CerebralTiger CerebralTiger:
    Get well soon
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    iampasha said:
    @Necrokiller get well soon my man. I will be praying for you
    Thanks man.
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    @Necrokiller get well soon my man. I will be praying for you
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    did you test for antibodies?
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    the new variants of the virus are only making things worse
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    understandably
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    things will take time most people are hesitant to get vaccinated because who knows how people will react to it
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    lets see how it pans out
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    not sure how effective Sino vaccine is, but UAE govt is apparently using it
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    I am hearing of the Sino vaccine arriving in Pak in a few days
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm a few friends lost their fathers and grandfathers back in June. This virus destroyed so many families :(
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Shary Bhallu TC said:
    hmm it hits everyone slightly differently.
    that it does. There has been a death of a 19 year old in the province thats been on the news alot and the poor guy died several weeks after infection. Very scary.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    so that was strange.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    like I used to go on long walks, but after covid whenever I went on long walks, the first thing I'd do upon getting home was vomit a lot
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    I still cant retrace how I could've possibly contracted it. Been very careful but its just that easy to spread.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    However it was strange for me in other ways
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm it hits everyone slightly differently. I was hyped to go back to work and didn't experience fatigue after 14 days.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    still not ready to go back to work though... fatigue and muscle pain still there :\
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    sahi, best (Y) 2 weeks are pretty safe in my opinion
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    however its important to know that we take social distancing and masking very seriously in the workplace, so that might also be a factor in how other people didn't contract it...
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    they're even suggesting 10 days now, not the full 2 weeks, but workplaces are still cautious so i did the full 2 week quarantine
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    Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC: did you test for antibodies? My parents did and my dad had the short-term antibodies. I didnt...