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I am trying to decide if I want a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3A.
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Based on my experience with the OnePlus 6, I'm pretty sure I'm going to get another OnePlus when the time comes. This one's still fast as hell though, so ... yeah nah.
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Probably getting the 3a, but I might get the XL depending on how it feels in my hands.

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I'm gonna get a Samsung Note 10.

....in like 3 years when I can afford it. Maybe.
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I think the ASRock X299E-ITX/ac's default load line calibration setting isn't aggressive enough to run an i9-9920X at stock speeds. Bumped it up to level 1 (default is level 2) and was able to run Prime95 overnight ... before that I was getting 3-4 BSODs a day. Poor showing from ASRock, IMO.
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My dual Opteron board is on its way back to me after being repaired. Can't wait to get it in use, upgrade the gaming desktop to a Core i7-4770, get a new case for the home server and then drop a GeForce 1060 in the home server for Plex transcoding duties.
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Laundry.

I am a rollercoaster of excitement.
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Made dinner last night ... it was a ravioli lasagna. What's a ravioli lasagna, you ask? It's a lasagna, but instead of lasagna noodles, you use layers of ravioli. It's exactly as gluttonous as you think it is.

Only problem is, we had about 10 lbs of ravioli, 5 lbs of sauce, and over a pound of cheese. So, the food alone weighed at least 16 pounds.

Actually, that's not a problem. That's glorious.
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That is amazing. I want that.
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It only took me one beer to reach peak gluttony with those ingredients.
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In other news, hearing that Microsoft is actually going to ship a Linux kernel in Windows is a bit odd. Windows Subsystem for Linux is one thing, but actually running a Linux kernel without a translation layer under it ... unusual. On one hand, I'll love to run rsync in Windows at native speeds; on the other, Microsoft is pretty deep into phase two of "Embrace, Extend, Extinguish." Give it a couple years and the "year of the Linux desktop" headlines will finally be true because Windows 10 will become a Linux distro :p
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Thinking all the tweaking I did on that little ASRock board did nothing, because I was interrupted three times with BSODs today. Swapped an i9-7900X in instead ... apart from noticeably higher temps, it's been pretty good.
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