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    4*(3.3+1.0) GHz
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    1.2±0.1 GHz; GDDR5 2 GB 6.6 GHz 128-bit
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    DDR3 2*4 GB 1.6 GHz
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    4.1 TB (2 TB effective)
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  1. First time heading into the Glowing Sea. Befriending with the locals! Other Fallout 4 impressions
  2. Catalan independence? Sure, but only if it doesn't affect the crema! :v
  3. Why can't we see anymore who voted for which screen? :L
  4. I saw a rainbow. :v
  5. Fallout 4 GOTY With a 4 day weekend right around the corner! Bv
  6. Lot's of maybes, speculations and hot air without saying anything specific. Cool... So, now Iran isn't helpful to or for NK? Make up your mind, author! --- [Here comes some part about speculations of Russia's involvement because hey, no story about nuclear weapons is complete without mentioning our beloved bogeyman Russia. But at this point I am already too tired of this vacuous article.] --- ... yea, enjoy your propaganda... I can clearly see RUS/ CHN destabilizing their own region, evilly rubbing their hands, lol.
  7. https://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/news/details.php?article_id=52 E: I upscaled the news post title image to have a full HD wallpaper version:
  8. Nearly half a million pacemakers getting recalled to receive a cybersecurity firmware update. Original source by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA): https://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/Safety/AlertsandNotices/ucm573669.htm News articles: http://www.zdnet.com/article/fda-forces-st-jude-pacemaker-recall-to-patch-security-vulnerabilities/ http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-41099867 (google coverage)
  9. 27°C today, 30°C tomorrow. Bring on the heat! >Bv
  10. looks like an eel imo
  11. Mexico is its own sovereign state and outside of the US jurisdiction. Naturally, it isn't bound to follow any orders commanded by foreign states. So, if it doesn't want to pay for a wall then that's it, it won't pay. That's pretty much the whole point of sovereignty, isn't it? Sure, one could argue that an increase in tariffs (if NAFTA plays along (on which Mexico has a word, too)) would compensate for those wall construction costs but in the end a (Mexican) company would just add those tariffs to the product's manufacturing costs to retain its profit margin. Those costs would then end up by the customer or consumer (aka the US).