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its gets hot enough, but it seems to cool down before i can get the chance to bend it around something, and another problem it seems to have is when im heating it (and no im not too close as ive tried different distances) the area im heating seems like it swells up when it gets to the point of being able to bend. bought the monsoon mandrel kit for bending and when the tube is cold it fits in them loosely but when its hot its too swollen to fit into the radius of the mandrel.
anyone used the 3/8 ID primochill tube and had trouble with the hollow silicone they send with it? i cant seem to make a bend that doesnt kink or flatten on the radius because the tube seems slightly too small and collapses too easily while bending. any solid alternatives that work better?
assuming that someone would be willing to use an escrow, sure it helps but im willing to bet most people arent interested in waiting until you confirm you are satisfied with the purchase to get their money. and bitpay is for businesses and right from their front page one of the selling points is "no chargebacks" aka they can do whatever they want once you send the money and you cant do anything about it.
It's as safe as sending a stranger money through western union. There is no protection in place if someone takes your bit coins in exchange for something andthey don't deliver on their end. At least with credit cards, banks, and online systems like PayPal you have recourse. Goo luck tracking down that anonymous person you sent digital numbers to in exchange for something
It's not a sudden increase in propaganda it's a sudden increase of exploitation of how unsafe it actually is. The entire premise of bit coin is based on an honor system. Yay for unregulation
the second one didnt get shut down, they got "hacked" for like 2.7m worth of bitcoins
nothing at all hence the reason its happened 3 times in the last few months that i can recall. silk road, mt gox and now this. and those are only the ones i can recall from news articles.
must be be a typo, better buy up before they fix the price
im seeing 1.8-1.9gb vram usage in BF4 and AC4 on 1440p, thats cutting it pretty damn close. the 680s will definitely hit a vram wall before a hp wall for sure.
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