Need to build a General Office Work PC.

2021.09.27 20:34 NOTLinkDev Need to build a General Office Work PC.

**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.**
* Ill be using it for some general office work, no gaming, no video editing.
**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?**
* 450EUR, 530USD.
**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.**
* In a week.
**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)**
* Just the PC parts.
**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?**
* Athens, Greece. European Union.
**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.**
* I will be reusing my mouse, keyboard, and monitor, all from dell.
**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?**
* No.
**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)**
* Fast Storage, preferably a high capacity SSD.
**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?**
* Id like it to be silent, and black, without any colors, preferably using the Corsair Carbide 100R.
**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?**
* No.
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2021.09.27 20:34 casanier one of the stickers being handed out on campus today. while there was definitely a specific intention behind this design, i can’t help but appreciate the juxtaposition of starbucks logo with the statue of liberty. unfortunately not their intent though.

one of the stickers being handed out on campus today. while there was definitely a specific intention behind this design, i can’t help but appreciate the juxtaposition of starbucks logo with the statue of liberty. unfortunately not their intent though. submitted by casanier to TheRightCantMeme [link] [comments]

2021.09.27 20:34 emeyer4444 The End of the North Pole

The End of the North Pole
The following post, a link to which was mailed to the President Biden this morning, was deleted from the EarthScience Forum
With recent research and new international data on climate change, the North Pole is now expected to completely melt away in the Summer of 2035. Due to International distrust that another President might flip-flop on policy again, the USA currently has insufficient time to recover from President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Accord unless there is a massive change in the status quo. Few know it. As an indication of the public's rejection of considering facts on the ground, this post was downvoted to zero in less than 2 seconds in two forums dedicated to global warming and earth science--Even with this post's comprehensive gathering and summary of data from 30 links and 4 diagrams detailing the current scientific and geopolitical problem.
Saving the North Pole would require the USA to halve gasoline usage or close all coal power stations within 11 years, after a constitutional amendment passed by a supermajority in 2024. That's the level of commitment needed for other nations to follow the USA to net zero by 2050.
  • The loss of all Arctic Sea ice will destroy the homeostatic mechanism moderating the seasons and cause worldwide climate catastrophes the likes of which civilization has never known. There was a temporary reprieve from facing the facts when the United Nations delayed last year's 5-year summit to renegotiate national commitments, due to COVID. Yet despite this post's extensive analysis of the current political situation, it is also almost immediately banned from all political forums as irrelevant or unsupportive of partisan objectives.
  • Moreover, after censoring mention of climate change from federal websites during the Trump Administration, those who benefit from the status quo are now attacking all other shared information. Due to politically motivated demands to delete my posts in the past, this time I've warned the forum administrators to expect such attempts in advance.
  • Meanwhile, the public remains mostly oblivious to the research data just unveiled for November's 'COP26' international summit, which was entirely blotted out from the 24-hour news cycle by the GOP suddenly refusing to raise the national debt ceiling. A major financial meltdown preceded the three other occasions the debt ceiling was not raised, out of more than 90 previous occasions since its commencement in 1917. The North Pole's dire state is now old news, and ignored.
In four sections below:
  1. Meteorological Matrices on Arctic Sea Ice Loss
  2. The 2035 Prediction
  3. The Political Impasse
  4. Lack of Public Engagement
1). Meteorological Matrices on Arctic Sea Ice Loss
The 2015 Paris Accord originally set 2050~2060 as the net-zero target from projections from NASA's measurement of the Arctic Sea ice minimum, created from annual satellite image data collected since 1978. In the last decade, this annual projection was moving towards 2060, but much lower levels last year and this year are moving it back towards 2050 (the page is not yet updated with 2021 data):
Due to the Paris Accord's choice of Arctic Sea ice for setting carbon-emission targets, the September ice minimum is the most-watched matrix of environmental health. But it is a very simplistic measure of the Arcticice loss. Even though Trump barred all the research on climate change he could, international collaboration on data sharing has resulted in far more detailed and comprehensive computer predictions from daily data on sea ice depth and longevity, as well as extent.
Scientists now have vastly more accurate data sets on air and surface-water temperatures, salinity, and precipitation that daily accumulate faster than supercomputers can easily project in real time, resulting in the currently preferred monthly updates to the 'CICE' indices for long-range forecasts. Artifical Intelligence can now post-process 'LIM3.6' data, used for 10-day forecasts since 2015, to provide surprisingly accurate forecasts 2 months in advance. In the future these models may be supplemented by long-range analysis of the ice mass across 30-meter-squared rectangles called 'DEMs:'
2.) The 2035 Prediction
Another data source is carbon-12 dating of 'ice cores.' The National Science Foundation is currently preserving 17,000 meters of ice cores providing highly reliable annual data over the last 200,000 years. Last year a unified set of multiple computer models from ice cores and CICE predicted that the Arctic Sea could be entirely gone as early as 2035, rather than 2060, at current carbon-emission rates. Carbon reductions over the 2020 winter due to the COVID pandemic, may have incurred a one-year extension, but carbon emission is already back to pre-pandemic levels.
As of this year, scientists are adding data on wind patterns that blow perennial ice into warm-water currents. Older, more compact, and slower-melting perennial ice is being lost more quickly than before. A larger proportion of the Arctic Sea is covered by thinner, young ice.
The destruction of the Arctic ice sea will not only remove the homeostatic mechanism moderating the seasons in the Northern hemisphere, but also, due to the 'global conveyor belt' shifting heat and cold around the oceans, it will cause catastrophic climate shifts worldwide the likes of which civilization has never known. It is only one of numerous matrices all pointing to the same future, now publicly stated by the United Nations, and reported in the New York Times.
This year's Arctic Sea ice measurements tracked the worst year on record, 2012, until the smoke from the giant fires repressed the Summer temperatures. There was so much smoke from Californian wildfires, the sun turned orange in New York City. In the atmosphere, water vapor condenses on smoke particles, creating cloud cover that cools the planet surface.
Some believe particulates like smoke could reduce the planet's temperature. However, wildfires of several million acres on the North American continent might provide some immediate relief, but the decaying deadwood releases huge amounts more carbon into the atmosphere for years, and the forest takes many decades to recover. there's some real optimism other particulates might work, such as sulfate sprays, but they all cause corollary environmental damage, the extent of which remains unpredictable.
3.) The Political Impasse
Earlier this year, the United Nations reported that atmospheric carbon reduction commitments are one eighth those needed to keep the world on track for the net-zero goal:
In the last month, ambassador John Kerry has made incredible efforts worldwide. He asked China to increase its efforts. China replied, before making further commitments to reduce its own carbon emissions, it wants 'proof of permanent commitment' from the USA. China said it had already committed to a 25% reduction of coal power stations by 2025, and is actively building more nuclear and hydroelectric systems, and has stopped investment in building more coal power plants in other nations. China's reaction is because, the USA's last President reversed policies on coal power-plant reduction. China has no reason to believe that a new President won't flip-flop on policy again. Until the USA demonstrates it has a permanent commitment, its own efforts to reduce carbon emissions are pointless. They'd just be exploited by the USA in a future Presidential change.
The only way the USA could meet China's demand is with a Constitutional Amendment. Up to recently, this seemed too remote a possibility to happen at all. A Constitutional Amendment would require a two-thirds 'supermajority.' There has been some more partisan cooperation this year, but the closest Congress has come to a supermajority this century is only 60%, for only 78 days, in 2008. And the senate is now evenly split. With current public opinion, there is no other way that the USA can prove a permanent commitment to China. Unless the nation produces an answer, the USA's reception is likely to be frosty in Glasgow, which hasn't been seeing as much snow. For a long time.
The next two greatest carbon emitters, India and Brazil, have so far responded by not risking any significant increase in their commitments either. Australia's so intimidated by the international conflict, it's not planning to attend COP26:
I thought maybe public opinion could help sway matters.
4.) Absence of Public Engagement
I was at the same college as Rachel Maddow, who is a daily news analyst on MSNBC, so I sent the above to her, asking if she could do a story. Her response was...fear. The required changes are too immediately drastic. Abstract stories about global-warming temperatures in the distant future are OK, but discussion of imminent necessities in personal sacrifice of the scale necessary are not. They would disastrously impact her ratings. They'd just turn Rachel Maddow's ratings. And she's about as adamant a Democrat as one can be.
I tried sharing this on various political and ethical forums. If this data wasn't banned outright, people refused even to think about the changes necessary to save the North Pole. They are too drastic. People won't accept the negative impact on their standard of living. Politicians in the USA would simply be thrown out of office for doing anything significant.
I found that people will argue about anything, anything at all, rather than demand immediate political action. They will say the 2nd law of thermodynamics is wrong. They will say it's China's fault so we don't need to do anything. They will say my grammar or spelling errors prove I'm an idiot. And even if I get past all of that, they say the tipping point is passed, it's too late anyway. I have to agree with Rachel. As matters are, the USA is not going to take the drastic steps necessary to save the North Pole, and without commitment from both parties, the rest of the world won't follow.
There has been much discussion of a 'tipping point' in atmospheric CO2, past which the planet cannot recover. Whenever the geoscientific tipping point might be, the 'tipping point of public opinion' is passing by right now. The obstruction of facts on global warming have included removal of its mention from every single federal Website except two.
The tipping point of public opinion passed unnoticed during the ongoing COVID crisis. The 'it's too late, why bother doing anything inconvenient' phase has already started, encouraged by those who benefit from the current status quo.
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2021.09.27 20:34 bobmarleyinexcule Is enlightenment universal or personal?

A quick google didn't reveal what I was looking for.
The state of enlightenment. In Buddhism, is it considered to be exogenous (existing beyond our consciousness, us being able to tune into it) or endogenous (a state of consciousness unique to every individual)? And why? Thanks
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2021.09.27 20:34 Superscripter Wife doesnt join my village, doesnt work and didnt come to my house to produce an heir

So I just married her and shes listed both in my house and in the woodshed as a worker but she hasnt worked yet, she didnt come to my village yet and the worst she didnt show up at my house for breeding. What am I doing wrong is Racimir ugly and she had second thoughts? D:
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2021.09.27 20:34 turtletamer0399 I had a such a horrible day today.

Today was horrible. I broke down and cried and no matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't stop. I dread tomorrow, and I have this heaviness in my chest that just won't go away. I wish people were nicer. Not being mean would be a nice start. But why do humans have to be like this? As if covid wasn't enough already.
Hope you guys had a much better day than me.
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2021.09.27 20:34 mjamar Controlling RGB through MOBO Asus Prime B350-Plus

Hello, i just bought a new case (Phankteks 400a) and i'm switching my build to it. I've never previously had controlled RGB fans, and i've a question i couldn't find an answer for in the web.
AFAIK my MOBO does have a ARGB connector that supports Aura control, however i'm not sure where i'm supposed to connect the fans to to be able to control them via software, should the fans go in the cpu fan connector? If that's the case, where should i plug my cpu fan? Can you help me?
Additional info: Ryzen 5 1600 with Wraith Stealth stock cooler (no RGB)
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2021.09.27 20:34 sophiechan_xo How to Connect ‘HORI Gamecube Controller’ for switch to PC to play Smash Brothers Melee.

Any help would be appreciated, i have the Zelda Gamecube controller, and want to play smash melee with my friends on my computer but dont know how to connect my controller!! tyyy reddit
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2021.09.27 20:34 Tinaszombie Feelings on the monologues

Wide range of opinions so I thought I make a consensus.
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2021.09.27 20:34 orionnewstar Match Chance?

I have no confidence. YOG 5, US-IMG, Step 1 246, Step 245. 5 years of clinical experience in my country. No USCE (COVID... :( ) No research or publications. ECFMG certified. How much chance do I have to get matched?
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2021.09.27 20:34 dgarigii Got a job in Lafayette and will be moving to the area soon. Is Breaux Bridge a safe place to move to? Looks like it would be cheaper and only a 20 minute commute to my office.

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