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About Pfhunkie

  • Birthday 01/03/1993

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    Information Technology
  • Interests
    Gaming, Science, History, Literature, and Comedy.
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    $395 (US) to Open Carnage

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Computer Details

  • Name
    The Cube
  • Central Processor
    AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core 4GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3
  • Graphics
    EVGA Nvidia GTX 980 Ti
  • Memory
    Kingston HyperX 4x4GB (16gb) DDR3
  • Storage
    Kingston HyperX 3k 120gb SSD + Samsung SSD 850 EVO 1TB
  • Power Supply
  • Case
    HAF XB
  • Display
    QNIX 2560x1440 27'' + ASUS 1920x1080 23'' + Vizio 1920x1080 37''
  • Keyboard
    Corsair STRAFE Cherry MX Red Mechanical
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional 64 bit

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  1. Myers-Briggs has absolutely no psychological relevance. It's only slightly more accurate than something like astrology. Look up the history behind it and you'll see how bad it is.
  2. With HAC2 not working for the past couple days, I decided to see what Halo PC was like to play in a vanilla state because I haven't seen it that way in... well, over a decade. I decided to remove Chimera and play on a fairly vanilla server without the no lead SAPP script. It's hard to believe that any of us ever loved this game the way it was out of the box. The Halo PC experience that exists now relies on the efforts that the community has made to make this game playable and I think this serves as a reminder to be thankful to all the people who helped shape the game as it is today. So, a big thank you to @Btcc22, @002, and @sehe. Here's a video of myself playing vanilla Halo PC:
  3. I'd imagine that they'd keep it in orbit. Would be idiotic to take it down to be showcased in a museum. It would be a part of history that would continue to do what it did to make history for a verrrrrrry long time.
  4. A Jewish person naming himself Pope. I like it!
  5. I love this community. I feel the spirit.
  6. This got out of hand waaay too fast. At first we're all on here having a good ol' time with Christmas spirit and suddenly we're threatening bans... Have we lost the true meaning of Christmas?
  7. At first, when looking at the carabineers, I thought "Wow, that's expensive..." Then I realized they better be expensive. They better be made of the strongest material they can find for me to trust them.
  8. My wife put a tall glass of Smirnoff upright on a conveyor belt once and I had to set it down flat. She gave me an angry look like I insulted her. I've decided next time I'm just going to watch the world burn.
  9. Rude, much. This enough for you!?!?
  10. Been using it out of curiosity and it seems nice. The more I use it, the more I feel like there's no real benefit to it or Chrome. That's a better position than Firefox was in before, though.
  11. Ha, I was thinking to myself "who's the new user with the cool name?" and then I saw "theós to̱n astéro̱n" and knew it was you.

  12. For most cases, I ignore it; however, I have on call through work so I have to take that. If I do take that, I drop everything I'm doing and leave.
  13. I mean, it's my dream car. I've always wanted. When I can afford it, it'll be worth the price. Getting back on topic, this is a good video showing off the acceleration. Skip ahead to 4:00 to see the launch.
  14. I've looked into it and there's no way I'm getting one in good condition for less than $20k. I could afford it but I don't want to daily one.