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Shhhhhheeeeeeeiiiiiiiit submitted by DasReich to Identitarian

Snowball 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

Didn't Jews have big impact on slave trade? I read that many slave ships were owned by (((them))), dunno if they controlled most of it.

deleted by user submitted by 1stMillenial to European

Snowball 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Because our retarded government takes in black refugees.

Lets have the conversation submitted by fucktatpeople to fatpeoplehate

Snowball 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

I like the sarcastic use of SJW terms.

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Stop whining and switch. submitted by acratus to KotakuInAction

Snowball 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Link to the modtalks leak?

Stop whining and switch. submitted by acratus to KotakuInAction

Snowball 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Voat isn't only slow but this site has made some horrible design choices so it's not that good to use. Why is the comment section/side bar in the middle of screen instead of using the whole page? So annoying.

I need some help after recent ascension... submitted by Ebb to pcmasterrace

Snowball 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Specifically hertz (Hz), how does it affect my monitor and processor

Your monitor has a specific refresh rate as known as Hz. Standard monitors are 60Hz and can show "only" 60 frames per second on your screen. So higher refresh rate means the image gets smoother and more responsive because you monitor can show more frames on the screen. I personally have a 144Hz monitor, the picture is damn smooth and games feel much more responsive compared to 60Hz, i would say it's basically a must have if you have money and your computer can play games over 60fps.

how many should I be looking for in specific price ranges?

24'' 144Hz monitors cost about 230 - 280 dollars in USA. You can get a standard 24'' 60Hz for <$150 if you like.

I don't understand caching or overclocking RAM.

Google is your friend but you shouldn't worry about either one. You should never overclock your RAM, there's basically no benefit of doing so and you can break things.

Pretty much I don't know any of the basics of this stuff and if someone could help me I'd appreciate it.

Search Google and Youtube "computer parts explained" so you can learn what all the parts do etc. If you have further questions or anything, i can answer.