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2019.07.01 01:18 gabgaskins TheMysteriousSong

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2011.11.15 01:09 r/rupaulsdragrace

Do you have what it takes? Only those with Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent will make it to the top! Start your engines...and may the best drag queen win! Dedicated to everyone's favorite drag queen tv show.

2008.12.19 19:35 Scotch Whisky

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2023.06.08 09:23 Independent-Bid-8735 Ερώτηση για δεινούς PC Builders

Δεν έχω γνώσεις οπότε χρειάζομαι βοήθεια. Έχω αυτό το pc και θέλω να αναβαθμίσω την κάρτα γραφικών σε αυτή. Είναι compatible ή χρειάζεται να αναβαθμίσω και άλλα parts για να δουλέψει η κάρτα; Και γενικά, γνώμες, προτάσεις κλπ. Ευχαριστώ!
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2023.06.08 08:33 Berserker_boi Looking for a budget gaming laptop

I am an engineering student and my 2 year old MSI Modern 14 with an i5 11th gen isn't cutting it anymore. Even for software development it's struggling and the case is even worse with my electronic simulation and CAD apps. It gets the job done but it's painfully slow. So I need a new laptop. Gaming laptop this time as I don't care about the size anymore and prefer a laptop with something to grab onto.
I was researching a few laptops to get to match my needs and budget. And these looked interesting.
  1. Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 Intel Core i5 11th Gen 15.6" (39.62cm) FHD IPS Gaming Laptop (8GB/512GB SSD/4GB NVIDIA GTX 1650/120Hz/Win 11/Backlit/3months Game Pass/Shadow Black/2.25Kg), 82K101GSIN
  2. ASUS TUF Gaming A15, 15.6-inch (39.62 cms) FHD 144Hz, AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, Gaming Laptop (8GB/512GB SSD/Windows 11/Black/2.3 Kg), FA506IHRZ-HN111W
  3. MSI Gaming GF63 Thin, Intel 11th Gen. i5-11400H, 40CM FHD 144Hz Gaming Laptop (8GB/512GB NVMe SSD/Windows 11 Home/Nvidia GTX1650 4GB GDDR6/ Black/1.86Kg), 11SC-853IN
Are they any good? Would love to hear what y'all recommend. My budget is in the ballpark of 50K INR. I plan to buy in October as that's when the sale on Amazon starts.
Here's a few things that popped in my mind about my findings:
  1. The MSI one looks great. But that single Fan is bothering me.
  2. The ASUS one is fantastic. Good thermal review. Great display. But the R5 4600H is 2 years old at this point. Idk about that
  3. The Lenovo looks good . 2 fans . 3 pipes. But I don't have much good experience with Lenovo laptops and it only has a 120hz display. Plus the battery review isn't that great.
So what do I do? Here's my 2 cents. Let me know yours too. Suggestions are always appreciated.
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2023.06.08 06:36 Lonely-Machine-4993 Lenovo Legion Slim 7i Gen 8 Review, Experience and Recommendations? i7 vs i5? is i7 worth for more $?

Hey everyone,
I've been eyeing the Lenovo Legion Slim 7i Gen 8 for a while now, and I'm curious to know if any of you have had experience with this laptop. I've read some reviews online, but I wanted to get some firsthand opinions from the Reddit community.
If you own or have used the Lenovo Legion Slim 7i Gen 8, I would appreciate it if you could share your thoughts and experiences with the laptop. Here are a few specific questions I have:
  1. Cooling and Noise: Does the Slim 7i handle heat well, and is the fan noise noticeable during intensive tasks? Does it get too hot during intensive gaming sessions?
  2. Battery Life: How long does the battery last during normal usage?
  3. Any known issues or quirks: Have you encountered any specific problems or quirks with the laptop? Are there any common complaints or issues that potential buyers should be aware of?
  4. Overall Recommendation: Based on your experience, would you recommend the Lenovo Legion Slim 7i Gen 8 to others? Why or why not?
I live in India and The configuration I am looking at for 1900$, right now is : Processor 13th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-13500H Processor (E-cores up to 3.50 GHz P-cores up to 4.70 GHz)
Operating System Windows 11 Home 64 Single Language
Memory 16 GB DDR5-5200MHz (Soldered)
Hard Drive 1 TB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4 TLC
Display Type 40.64cms (16) 3.2K (3200 x 2000), IPS, Anti-Glare, Non-Touch, 100%DCI-P3, 430 nits, 165Hz, Narrow Bezel, Low Blue Light
Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 4060 Laptop GPU 8GB GDDR6
AC Adapter 230W Slim 3pin AC Adapter - India
Warranty 3 Years Onsite + 1 Year ADP + 1 Year Legion Ultimate Support
Camera FHD with Dual Microphone
Fingerprint Reader Fingerprint Reader with Power Button
Keyboard White Backlit, Storm Grey - English
Wireless Wi-Fi 6E 2x2 AX & Bluetooth® 5.1 or above
Battery 4 Cell Li-Polymer 99.9Wh
I am confused between i5 13500h and i7 13700h. The i7 configuration is 200$ more expensive. I can afford it but my question is, is it worth more money?
I understand that everyone's experiences may vary, but I'm hoping to gather some insights to help me make an informed decision. Any feedback or recommendations would be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance for your help!
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2023.06.08 01:44 SusiQinReverse Am I being paranoid?

My wife bought this PSU years ago for her gaming pc, which I’d now being passed down to me, but can’t find it for sale anymore. It’s the InWin Commander III 800W ATX 12V 2.31/ EPS 12V 2.92 SLI Ready Crossfire Ready 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply Commander III 800W. I was hoping to find out if it’s blown up too many computers and that’s why it isn’t being sold anymore or if I’m being paranoid and it should be ok to use? a review we were able to find
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2023.06.08 01:20 ProfessorFrink1 Am I a sucker: Fisker Karma edition

Hey all! Let me start by saying that I'm an idiot. I know this. So if you're going to read all this just to tell me that I'm an idiot, I want you to know that I know! Now with that out of the way...
I bought a Fisker Karma. Nay, I bought two Fisker Karmas. I bought one sight unseen and shortly after that, the same seller stated that the guy that encouraged him to buy one also had one. Neither car was running. This is a common issue with the Fiskers. The 12v battery dies and the car needs a special Fisker computer to wake up. They were cheap and my hope was to fix both and sell one. I was taking a risk and I knew this.
I paid to have the cars shipped cross country to San Francisco where one of the prominent Fisker techs is located. I gave him instructions: see if the cars are easily revived. If not, send me a list of what they need. This is November of 2022. He proceeds to tell me that one car is completely hopeless but that he thinks he can bring the other car back to life and scavenge some parts from the other car. He sends me a $6,000ish quote for the battery service. I green light this and we're off to the races.
There was an understanding that if, and only if, the car was viable and the battery was working as designed, that we would then perform a litany of other work. Some of this was stuff that you should do on a higher mileage car (control arm bushings, tie-rods) and other stuff is Fisker specific. The infotainment computers fail due to water intrusion. That's $3000. The heater pumps fail, the gear selector buttons, etc. They perform an entire cowl sealing that makes the car water proof because Fisker failed to do this from the factory. But here's the bottom line: I made it clear that if we didn't have a viable powertrain/ battery that no further work was to be carried out. I bet you can see where this is going.
Likewise, I relied on them wholly for telling me what needed to be repaired. The only problem I was already aware of was a defective blower motor (also water intrusion) which I replaced myself upon taking possession of the vehicle.
At this point they explain that the battery has been tested and is no longer displaying any codes. They ask if I want to do the remainder of the suggested service. This is about $6000 of additional work and includes replacing a door switch, tie rods, control arm bushings, the infotainment computer, sealing the cowl area, windshield wipers, a few broken under trays, etc. I gave them the go ahead and they perform the work. The car is done, my bill is paid and a few weeks after failing to find a shipper, I hop on a train to go get the car from San Francisco.
I'm leaving my hotel the next morning to get the car when the owner texts and tells me to get breakfast if I haven't already. The car has a check engine light and they want to figure out why. That's annoying but hey, it happens. I show up a few hours later and they explain that it has a cam correlation code. The cam phasers fail in the engines. It's an easy enough fix. It sucks that they didn't find that but my day's not ruined. What's odd is that my last Fisker had this exact problem and I know it takes at least two drive cycles for it to display the light and yet they tell me the light was never on. So that means the phaser decided to fail that day? Unlikely but ok.
Then they tell me about the traction control light. It turns on the moment you start to drive. "It never came on for us" was the official response. I've put 1500 miles on the car now. It's come on literally every time but once. It came on for them too. I'm sure of it. They just missed it. But still, I'm assuming a wheel sensor or something like that needs to be replaced. Again not the end of the world. I'm not upset at this point.
So now I start driving the car back to LA and almost immediately I notice that I'm losing throttle response in EV mode. Now I'm not talking after driving hundreds of miles or having the car for a couple weeks. I'm saying this happened on my drive home less than 50 miles in. You hit the gas pedal and the car does nothing. You have to put it in sport mode which starts the engine and bypasses the battery and then it drives fine. I assume I'm doing something wrong because surely there can't be a major issue with this car I just paid $12,000 to one of the top techs in the country to work on. If this is the battery, it's a major oversight and I assume I just have a mode setting wrong or there's a dead spot in the throttle.
I live with it for a few days and notice the problem only occurs in EV mode. That's not good. That means something with the battery most likely. This, combined with the fact that they missed the check engine light, traction control light and then I'm finding that the heater pump and the electric heater for EV mode heat are both dead, means they really put nearly no shakedown miles on this. They didn't verify it was a functioning car. They barely drove it after changing the bad battery modules and clearly didn't drive it more than once. Otherwise the check engine light would have popped up for the engine code. Indeed, I looked at the mileage and the car had something like 60 miles put on it in their possession. The all EV range of the Karma is 50 miles. That's one discharge and an additional 10 miles. I couldn't even discharge the battery the first time I drove it without experiencing the lose of power issue.
So I'm back in LA now and I call them. I'm not sure what to do. Because I'm really upset that they a.) missed a lot of issues and b.) barely put any shakedown miles on the vehicle. Clearly not enough to see that it still had issues. But I also need their help.
So they tell me to check the coolant pumps. I do. They're running. They tell me to bring it back to them. I do. They charge me another $1700 to replace a contactor in the battery and tell me that it's still having the issue. They say the traction control light hasn't come on for them but that they performed a steering angle reset procedure. I go to pick up the car yesterday. I move it 4 feet out of the spot and the traction control light comes on. I'm livid but swallowing my anger at this point.
I'm now $15,000+ in parts and labor into a car that doesn't work fully. The shop has offered effectively nothing other than a "we're sorry" for missing the stuff that they missed. There's no explanation for missing the battery issues other than that it didn't do it for them. Well of course it didn't. You didn't drive it enough.
I'm angry because so much of the work didn't need to be done if the battery didn't work. I didn't need the $1600 control arms or the $1000 tie rod ends. I didn't need the $3000 computer, the $665 gear selector switch, an oil change, under trays... any of it. I paid for another $7,000ish worth of work that absolutely did not need to be done if the battery was not viable. Not to mention all the stuff they missed beyond the battery. The heater pump and EV heater weren't noticed, the traction control light never mentioned to me, the check engine light, etc... Just a bunch of really obvious stuff here that was missed and I never even got the opportunity to say yes or no to have those things fixed.
And my struggle is that these guys are very kind. They are a family business with exceptional reviews. But I feel as if they really took advantage of me here, just with a smile on their faces and a kind demeanor. Even the return trip where they were supposed to find the issue they missed the first time, they charged me $1700. If the part didn't fix the problem, I would have removed it and done the labor for free because I severely inconvenienced my customer in the first place. This wasn't even a consideration for them.
Am I nuts here? I feel as if it's their fault I paid for the extra $7,000 worth of work and I'd like at least some of that back. I realize these stories have two sides. I've really done my best to be objective and just lay out facts here and these facts are accurate. With that in mind, am I justified in my anger?
FULL DISCLOSURE: This company let me purchase battery modules directly from the company they get them from at a large discount but they would not warranty them. That said, they are not stating that these modules are the cause of my existing failure. In fact, they are unable to say what my existing failure is at all. They're basically throwing parts at the car.
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2023.06.08 00:05 Far_Indication_7432 Phoenix combi 12/1600/75 with 200Ah battery

Hey everyone,
I recently acquired a Phoenix Combi (for a good deal) 12V / 1600W / 75A inverter and charger for my boat . After going through the user manual, I noticed that the manufacturer recommends using a 300-600Ah battery with this unit. However, I believe that a 300Ah battery would be overkill for my intended usage.
I plan to use the inverter for basic power needs on my boat, such as running some lights, charging small electronics, and possibly a small refrigerator. A 200Ah battery seems more suitable for my requirements and would also be a more cost-effective option for me.
My question is, would using a 200Ah battery instead of the recommended 300-600Ah battery cause any issues with the inverter's performance or potential battery damage? I want to ensure that I have a reliable power setup without overspending on an unnecessarily large battery.
I understand that using a smaller capacity battery may result in shorter runtime, but as long as it can handle my modest power demands, I would be satisfied. I want to make sure I'm not overlooking any potential problems or safety concerns by deviating from the manufacturer's recommendations.
Has anyone had experience using a lower capacity battery with a similar invertecharger setup? Any advice, insights, or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your help!
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2023.06.07 23:13 jsocialbin Review my 4090 PC Build

Hello from Canada,
I've was finally able to get my hands on an RTX 4090 and did research into what parts I should get for it. I listed them down below. If you can review it and let me know if there are better options or if I forgot something. I specifically designed this for AI.
I did bounce around between the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X and Intel logo Core i7-13700K. But I went with Intel instead of AMD because I saw somewhere that mounting a CPU cooler is a pain.
CPU Intel Core i9-13900KF 3 GHz 24-Core Processor
CPU Cooler Noctua NH-D15 82.52 CFM CPU Cooler
Motherboard Gigabyte Z790 AORUS ELITE AX ATX LGA1700 Motherboard
Memory Kingston FURY Beast 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR5-5600 CL40 Memory * 2
Storage Samsung 860 Evo 2 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive Western Digital Black SN850X 4 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive Video Card NVIDIA Founders Edition GeForce RTX 4090 24 GB Video Card
Case Corsair 4000D Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case
Power Supply Corsair RM1000x (2021) 1000 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
Operating System Microsoft Windows 11 Home OEM - DVD 64-bit
Here is a link to the build:

Thanks :)
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Aldebaran Resources Inc. (“ Aldebaran ” or the “ Company ”) (TSX-V: ALDE, OTCQX: ADBRF) is pleased to report results for holes ALD-23-227 and ALD-23-228 from its ongoing drilling campaign at the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina.
Hole ALD-23-227 was a 200 m step out hole to the north from previously released ALD-22-223 (1,167.50 m of 0.48% CuEq – see March 1, 2023 press release). ALD-23-228 was a 200 m step out to the north from previously released ALD-23-225B (951.20 m of 0.60% CuEq – see May 31, 2023 press release).
Both holes have provided valuable additional pierce points into the promising geophysical anomaly beneath and lateral to current resources at the Altar project. In addition, both ALD-23-227 and ALD-23-228 tested the northern extension of the newly identified Altar United trend.
ALD-23-227 entered favourable host rocks at approximately 1,000 m depth, and then returned attractive grade mineralization until the end of the hole. ALD-23-228 hit the favourable host rock formation at approximately 750 m depth and thereafter returned some of the highest-grade copper mineralization encountered on the project to date, demonstrating that the high-grade mineralization found previously in hole ALD-23-225B has continuity.
  • 565.60 m of 0.60% CuEq from 676.00 m depth
    • Including 474.60 m of 0.69% CuEq from 767.00 m depth
      • Including 329.60 of 0.80% CuEq from 912.00 m depth
  • Hole ended in 74.60 m of 0.80% CuEq with the last sample running 0.96% CuEq
  • The Company has re-entered hole ALD-23-228 and is actively drilling to test for the deeper extension of this higher-grade mineralization
  • 198.50 m of 0.50% CuEq from 1,040.00 m depth
    • Including 60.50 m of 0.63% CuEq from 1,178.0 m depth
  • Hole ended in 31.50 m of 0.69% CuEq
John Black, Chief Executive Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Hole 228 represents another remarkable run of mineralization and represents some of the better grades we’ve seen at the Altar project. We have re-started drilling on hole 228 to see if the higher-grade mineralization continues to depth. The Altar system continues to grow well beyond what was previously understood. The resource we have in hand already represents one of the largest undeveloped copper projects in the world; however, with the mineralization we’ve been hitting in recent drill results, we expect it to grow substantially.”
Dr. Kevin B. Heather, Chief Geological Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Both holes reported today demonstrate that the new Altar United trend continues to deliver solid runs of higher-grade mineralization that build onto the previous higher-grade intercepts reported recently in holes 223, 224, and 225B. With these new results, it’s clear that Altar United is delivering continuity of higher-grade mineralization, within an already very large Altar system, that will add additional higher-grade tonnage. The upper portions of holes 227 and 228 both drilled through less favourable rhyolite host rocks, and while they didn’t return exceptional grades, it demonstrates that even poor host rocks can be mineralized in this strong system The lower-grade intervals reported today will likely report to resource at a break-even cut-off grade, which typically hovers around 0.1% CuEq, thus potentially reducing the strip ratio.”
Table 1 below displays detailed assay results. Figure 1 displays a plan map with the location of the reported holes as well as completed and active drill holes. Figure 2 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-227. Figure 3 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-228. Figure 4 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-228 in histogram.
Discussion of Results
Drillhole ALD-23-227 was collared 200 m north of ALD-22-223 (see Company news release dated March 1, 2023). It was drilled at an -75-degree inclination and a 180-degree azimuth. The final depth of the hole was 1,238.50 m.
Drillhole ALD-23-227 intersected a package of strongly fragmental dacitic crystal tuff over the first 428 m, then transitioned to less favourable but weakly mineralized massive rhyolite, which continued to a depth of 1,179.60 m. The hole then transitioned into the better mineralized diorite porphyry intrusive rocks until the end of the hole, with mineralization increasing towards the bottom of the hole.
The base of oxidation in hole ALD-23-227 is only 26 m depth. Alteration in this hole is characterized dominantly by white sericite-pyrite-tourmaline-quartz assemblages and sporadic pyrite-enargite-anhydrite / anhydrite-carbonates-chalcopyrite-sphalerite structures and veins. This white sericite alteration overprints, and locally obliterates, an earlier green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite assemblage from the very first metres of the hole up until approximately 750 m depth, leaving only local windows of the earlier green sericite assemblage. Beyond 750 m depth, the green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite assemblage progressively increases along with an associated increase in both chalcopyrite and quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins.
From 843.80 m to 1179.60 m depth, white sericite-pyrite-quartz alteration is of moderate intensity and associated with an increase in the occurrence of chalcopyrite. In this interval, the rhyolite porphyry has some relicts of biotite-magnetite-k feldspar (potassic) alteration, which is overprinted by increasing green sericite-chalcopyrite-anhydrite assemblages associated with halo-style veins (as documented in nearby holes 223, 224 and 225B).
From 1,179.60 m to the end of the hole, biotite-k feldspar-magnetite-chalcopyrite-bornite (potassic) is the dominant alteration in the diorite porphyry intrusion, but is also overprinted by moderate intensity, green sericite-quartz-anhydrite-chalcopyrite-(chalcocite) alteration-mineralization, pervasively developed in the halos of hairline veins. A substantial increase in the frequency of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins is also observed towards the bottom of the hole.
Drillhole ALD-23-228 was collared 212 m north of ALD-23-225B (see Company news release dated May 31, 2023). It was drilled at an -75-degree inclination and a 180-degree azimuth. The final depth of the hole was 1,241.60 m (drilling has re-started on this hole to deepen it).
Similar to drillhole ALD-23-227, hole 228 intersected a package of strongly fragmental dacitic crystal tuffs from surface to 205.30 m. These volcaniclastic rocks overlie a long run of massive rhyolite extending to a depth of 805 m, followed by more favourable andesitic volcanic host rocks until 918.55 m depth and then from there until the bottom of the hole within well mineralized diorite porphyry intrusive rocks.
The oxidation profile in ALD-23-228 is poorly developed in the upper portion of the hole, with the occurrence of sulphides from near surface and minor jarosite-goethite-hematite in fractures up to the base of oxidation at approximately 266 m depth.
Alteration within the upper crystal tuff and rhyolite units is characterized dominantly by the occurrence of white sericite-pyrite-tourmaline-quartz assemblages with minor pyrite-enargite-anhydrite / anhydrite-carbonates-chalcopyrite-sphalerite vein structures overprinting an earlier green sericite-quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite alteration. “D” type veins, which are typically late in the development of porphyry copper systems, are very frequent in the upper portion of the hole, with a lesser number of high-sulfidation structures; all crosscutting earlier quartz-green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite and white quartz-chalcopyrite-moly veins.
A major change in the style of alteration occurs within the andesite volcanic rocks and the diorite porphyry units below approximately 805 m depth. From this depth and to the bottom of the hole, the white sericite-pyrite assemblages decrease considerably, and the dominant alteration is characterized by an early, strongly developed biotite-k feldspar-chalcopyrite potassic assemblage overprinted by a green sericite-quartz-anhydrite-chalcopyrite-(chalcocite) assemblage associated with the halos on hairline veins, both of which are well mineralized.
These halo-style veins are pervasive and obliterate the original texture of the rock and are associated with very high copper grades due to abundant fine-grained sulphides consisting of chalcopyrite-pyrite-bornite-molybdenite. Occurrence of these halo veins also corresponds with an increasing frequency of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins, which in most cases are crosscutting the halo-style veins.
Project Update
The Company is actively drilling with four rigs. Holes ALD-23-229, ALD-23-230, ALD-23-231 and ALD-23-189EXT are completed and were terminated at 1,413.60 m, 611.40 m, 1,211.80 m, and 1,246.00 m respectively: all pending final assays. Hole ALD-23-189EXT, is an extension of a historically drilled hole ALD-12-189, which was originally terminated at 592 m depth. At the date of this release, holes ALD-23-232, ALD-23-124EXT and ALD-23-228EXT were active and at approximately 1064.70 m, 751.00 m and 1,358.70 m depths, respectively. Hole ALD-23-124EXT is an extension of a historically drilled hole ALD-12-124, which was originally terminated at 226.50 m depth. A fourth rig just commenced drilling on hole ALD-23-233 and will not reach its planned target depth during the current campaign but will be left in good standing in order to re-enter and continue the hole at the start of the next field campaign. The Company plans to begin demobilizing the drill rigs and then shut down the camp to close out the 2022/2023 drill campaign in the coming week.
For more context, please join the Company in a live event on Thursday, June 8 th at 11:00 am EST / 8:00 am PST. Q&A will follow the presentation. Click here to register:
Qualified Person
The scientific and technical data contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Kevin B. Heather, B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc, Ph.D, FAusIMM, FGS, Chief Geological Officer and director of Aldebaran, who serves as the qualified person (QP) under the definitions of National Instrument 43-101.
(signed) “ John Black
John Black
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Tel: +1-604-685-6800
Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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About Aldebaran Resources Inc.
Aldebaran is a mineral exploration company that was spun out of Regulus Resources Inc. in 2018 and has the same core management team. Aldebaran has the right to earn up to an 80% interest in the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina from Sibanye Stillwater Limited. The Altar project hosts multiple porphyry copper-gold deposits with potential for additional discoveries. Altar forms part of a cluster of world-class porphyry copper deposits which includes Los Pelambres (Antofagasta Minerals), El Pachón (Glencore), and Los Azules (McEwen Copper). In March 2021 the Company announced an updated mineral resource estimate for Altar, prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc. and based on the drilling completed up to and including 2020 (independent technical report prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc., Tucson, Arizona, titled " Technical Report, Estimated Mineral Resources, Altar Project, San Juan Province, Argentina ", dated March 22, 2021 - see news release dated March 22, 2021).
Forward-Looking Statements
Certain statements regarding Aldebaran, including management's assessment of future-plans and operations, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements or information can be identified by the use of words such as "plans", "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate" or "believes" or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved.
Specifically, and without limitation, all statements included in this press release that address activities, events or developments that Aldebaran expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including the proposed exploration and development of the Altar project described herein, and management's assessment of future plans and operations and statements with respect to the completion of the anticipated exploration and development programs, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. These risks may cause actual financial and operating results, performance, levels of activity and achievements to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, such forward-looking statements. Although Aldebaran believes that the expectations represented in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date hereof and Aldebaran does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements or information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless so required by applicable securities law.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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Figure 1 – Plan map showing completed and active drill holes from the ongoing 2022/2023 drill program as well as ALD-22-220 and ALD-22-221 from the 2021/2022 drill program.
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Figure 2 – Cross-section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values in ALD-23-227
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Figure 3 – Cross-section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values in ALD-23-228
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Figure 4 – Cross section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values for ALD-23-228 in histogram
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2023.06.07 21:51 sean8917 Should I buy the Lenovo for $749.99, the Nitro for $663.99 open box or the ROG for $863.99 open box? Need some input please.

Should I buy the Lenovo for $749.99, the Nitro for $663.99 open box or the ROG for $863.99 open box? Need some input please. submitted by sean8917 to GamingLaptops [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 20:36 CallMeOlko Help me to chose

i am a life time windows user. But on my last notebook (asus TUF A15) windows 3-4 times a week shuts down for no reason. I assume thats the problem with the OS on my notebook. Im kinda tilted bcs of it.
So i am thinking of rerolling to macbook. This asus cost me about 1000€ and i would like to keep the price point also with the macbook. I was so hyped about pro version but its way out of my budget.
So thats why i am here. I would like to ask you if macbook air m1 16gb unified memory would be enough to edit full HD and 4k videos with effects (i am a video/photo editor). I saw some reviews about that. Some of them were like "No don´t buy it, because it throttles" on the other hand some people say that it is usable and power doesn´t go down bcs of thermal throttling that much.
I am kinda torn between:
- Macbook air M1 16gb unified memory
- Lenovo legion 5 pro, AMD Ryzen 5 5600H, RAM 16GB DDR4, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 6GB 130 W
I must poke out that i play only one game which is League of legends nothing more. I don´t play high demand graphics games or something like that.
Thank you for your answers :-)
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2023.06.07 20:27 Bean_Squid Built My first Gaming PC NEED some help with case fans. Exhaust Vs Intake?

I built my gaming pc to use for Youtube, streaming, editing and light blender use!
Motherboard: MSI MAG B550 TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI ATX AM4 Motherboard
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor
Ram: TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta DDR4 32GB (2x16GB) 3600MHz
SSD: Crucial - P5 Plus 2TB & 1TB Internal SSD NVME
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken Z73 Liquid CPU Cooler
Case: HYTE Y60 ATX Mid Tower Case
Power Supply: Corsair RM850x 850 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular
Hard-drive: Seagate Barracuda 4TB Internal SATA
Graphics: Gigabyte GAMING OC Rev 2.0 GeForce RTX 3070 LHR 8 GB
It feels great to finally play games with no lag !
Very happy with how it turned out and i'm planning on upgrading with some wire sleeves to make it more minimalistic and cohesive and some fan decals. (definitely going to be adding a bit of pink) I am also considering upgrading to the Lian li fans. I originally wanted those fans but they were sold out for a month! I would've preferred a white motherboard but there weren't many and honestly PERFORMANCE OVER AESTHETIC !!
Need some help because problem is... I am unsure if I have the intake and exhaust fans set up correctly. So I have opted to leave off the front panel of the case to make sure that I am getting enough airflow. there was no way to flip the fans when i was building the PC so i assumed maybe it would be in the app but NOPE...

I'd also love some thoughts on if I made the right choice going with the 3070. at the time it seemed like the best option and not overpriced and I spent a week combing through reviews making sure it was what I wanted.

Here IS my pcpart list and a video of me building the computer if you're interested in that - Spoiler alert I did not record any cable management or motherboard hookup because that alone took me a full day.
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2023.06.07 18:30 NASDQplayer97 Epazz Receives Official Issuance of Utility Patent From the US Patent Office for Its AI-Predictive Smart Charging Pad for ZenaDrone 1000

CHICAGO, IL, March 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire – Epazz Inc. (OTC: EPAZ), a mission-critical provider of drone technology, blockchain mobile apps and cloud-based business software solutions, has announced today it has received the official utility patent on its AI predictive Drone Smart Charging Pad.
Our Smart Charging Pad is a major game changer. Many of our competitors are pricing their charging pads for drones weighing less than 55 pounds at $4,000 to $15,000 per unit. Our Smart Charging Pad — which can be used to charge our ZenaDrone 1000, weighing over 250 pounds — will be priced at less than $15,000. ZenaDrone 1000 is a serious aircraft created for use by the military as well as in the oil and gas and agriculture industries. We designed it to be a workhorse and to push the limits of future technology available today. Our affordable technology has allowed us to gain market interest quickly.
Now, we will be able to seek international patents using established U.S. patent treaties. We will focus registering patents in Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Brazil.
In addition to a series of design patents and utility patents that we have filed, we will be filing many more patents as our technology continues to break new limits and challenge the growing drone industry. We believe we have entered the market at the right time.
Government regulators are creating a streamlined process to register the drones and certify drone operations.
The ZenaDrone Smart Charging Pad allows ZenaDrone 1000 to land on the charger for automatic charging. This allows the drone to be used in remote areas and operate autonomously. The Smart Charging Pad has built-in computer vision to understand the environment around it and select the best option for receiving energy. It also has options for solar panels or wind power. The self-charging feature is critical for a drone to be fully autonomous.
ZenaDrone 1000 is being marketed to governments as well as oil and gas and agricultural companies, which have fewer power grids. The fact that the charging pad uses solar panels or wind power to recharge will allow governments and companies to use ZenaDrone 1000 in remote areas. This recharging capability opens opportunities for managing power lines and wildfires and even performing search and rescue. The patent covers Epazz’s unique method to recharge the drone and its precise landing ability. The patent will be officially issued on March 7, 2023. Then we will file for international patent protection.
This is the second patent that has been issued to Epazz for ZenaDrone technology. The company has filed two other patents that are under review.
CEO Shaun Passley, Ph.D., said, Our portfolio of drone patents will gain the interest of larger parties. Our new patent is a major asset which may be added to our financials.”
ZenaDrone Inc. is a provider of multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicles equipped with machine-learning systems, multispectral sensors and AI technology. ZenaDrone uses the data captured by its cameras to create a 3D interactive environment.
ZenaDrone 1000 has garnered positive reviews in several industries, especially agricultural, oil and gas, wildfire and civil engineering. This year, ZenaDrone aims to enhance the AI capabilities of ZenaDrone 1000 to include autonomous navigation of unmapped terrains, deep learning algorithms for various actions and dual-use features to accommodate commercial and military drone utilization.
The ZenaDrone team will use predictive AI analytics — or predictive modeling — a type of analysis that employs methods and resources for creating predictive models and making forecasts of future outcomes based on acquired data. Techniques used in predictive analytics include machine learning algorithms, sophisticated mathematics, statistical modeling, descriptive analytics and data mining. Predictive analytics refers to a method rather than a specific technology.
Epazz Holdings will prioritize developing ZenaDrone 1000 by upgrading its AI technology to boost its global reach across industries.
About ZenaDrone Inc. (
ZenaDrone Inc. is dedicated to improving intelligent unmanned aerial vehicle technology that incorporates machine learning software and AI. It was created to revolutionize the hemp farming sector and later evolved into an intelligent multifunctional industrial surveillance, inspection and monitoring solution.
About Epazz Inc. (
Epazz Inc. is a leading cloud-based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher-education institutions and the public sector. Epazz BoxesOSTM v3.0 is a complete web-based software package for small to midsize businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies and higher education institutions. BoxesOSTM provides many of the web-based applications organizations would otherwise need to purchase separately. Epazz’s other products are DeskFlexTM (room-scheduling software) and ProvitracTM (an applicant-tracking system).
This is the Safe Harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Certain statements contained in this press release are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking statements such as “may,” “expect, “intend,” “estimate,” “anticipate, “believe” and “continue” (or the negatives thereof) or similar terminology. Such forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from future results or those implied by such forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that any forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Epazz Inc. assumes no obligation and has no intention of updating these forward-looking statements, and it has no obligation to update or correct information prepared by third parties that are not paid for by Epazz Inc. Investors are encouraged to review Epazz Inc.’s public filings on and, including its unaudited and audited financial statements and its OTC markets filings, which contain general business information about the company’s operations, results of operations and risks associated with the company and its operations.
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2023.06.07 18:04 huarew Spent two weeks daily trying to recover my account and support still won't give any help [Beware GeForce NOW users]

I have all my receipts and info (from various years and different countries) yet I still keep getting those automated replies. I have asked for a superior to review my case and still keep getting automated replies. It's crazy how they don't care about their players. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get someone to actually help recover my account?

If you play using GeForce NOW I highly suggest you to keep reading because without thinking about it you could potentially lose your account:

I was playing some ranked matches with my friend and at the end of all those matches my rank would not update and I was receiving the “This is taking longer than usual” message. After we were done playing I decided to log off and log back in a few times to see if my rank would update. Because I play through Nvidia GeForce Now, it very likely used a different IP each time I logged in, and since I made various logins in a short amount of time, Epic Games must have flagged my account for suspicious activity because a bit later when I was going to play again I noticed I was logged out and when I tried to log in I would get the message saying my account is inactive.
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2023.06.07 18:00 BonaFideBonerBurial Longtime lurker, but just wanted to flex my minor achievement. Day 5 of a gallon or more. Feel 10x better already. Love you guys.

Longtime lurker, but just wanted to flex my minor achievement. Day 5 of a gallon or more. Feel 10x better already. Love you guys. submitted by BonaFideBonerBurial to HydroHomies [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 16:54 HartCoreNoob Some opionions on my first PC build?

Hey, I am new to PC building and decided to challenge myself with my next PC and do everything myself (except for some advice from you guys of course)! During the last couple of weeks, I spent some time researching parts and looking through an unholy amount of benchmarks and review-videos and I think I found some good parts that should work well together. This PC is strictly for gaming and daily use, so no rendering and stuff. I do have a budget of 1.5k but am ready to spend more if needed. Future-proofing and upgradability is important for me. What do you guys think about this build?
CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7600 3.8 GHz 6-Core 225,20€
Motherboard MSI MAG B650 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX AM5 239,77€
RAM Corsair Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 107,80€
Storage Samsung 980 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive 85,61€
Case Lian Li LANCOOL 216 ATX Mid Tower Case 114,90€
PSU NZXT C850 (2022) 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular 115,39€
Maybe combonents:
CPU Cooler Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE ARGB 51,32€
Possible GPUs
XFX Speedster MERC 310 Radeon RX 7900 XT 20 GB 879,00€
PowerColor Red Devil OC Radeon RX 6950 XT 16 GB 665,99€
MSI GAMING X TRIO GeForce RTX 4070 Ti 12 GB 904,00€
RTX 3060 12GB (which would be upgraded within a year) 321,68€
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2023.06.07 16:34 HartCoreNoob Some opionions on my first PC build?

Hey, I am new to PC building and decided to challenge myself with my next PC and do everything myself (except for some advice from you guys of course)! During the last couple of weeks, I spent some time researching parts and looking through an unholy amount of benchmarks and review-videos and I think I found some good parts that should work well together. This PC is strictly for gaming and daily use, so no rendering and stuff. I do have a budget of 1.5k but am ready to spend more if needed. Future-proofing and upgradability is important for me. What do you guys think about this build?
CPU AMD Ryzen 5 7600 3.8 GHz 6-Core 225,20€
Motherboard MSI MAG B650 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX AM5 239,77€
RAM Corsair Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 107,80€
Storage Samsung 980 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive 85,61€
Case Lian Li LANCOOL 216 ATX Mid Tower Case 114,90€
PSU NZXT C850 (2022) 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular 115,39€
Maybe combonents:
CPU Cooler Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE ARGB 51,32€
Possible GPUs
XFX Speedster MERC 310 Radeon RX 7900 XT 20 GB 879,00€
PowerColor Red Devil OC Radeon RX 6950 XT 16 GB 665,99€
MSI GAMING X TRIO GeForce RTX 4070 Ti 12 GB 904,00€
RTX 3060 12GB (which would be upgraded within a year) 321,68€

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2023.06.07 15:21 EntitledRaccoon Yoga Pro 7 4050, 13700h. bottom surface temperatures.

Yoga Pro 7 4050, 13700h. bottom surface temperatures. submitted by EntitledRaccoon to Lenovo [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 13:45 Independent-Bid-8735 Is Gigabyte Z490 Gaming X compatible with Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4090 24GB GDDR6X Windforce?

I have this pc and i wanna upgrade to this gpu. Can someone tell me if it's compatible with each other? And also if i need to upgrade anything else to use the RTX 4090? I'm not familiar at all with all this. I need it for 3D work purposes. Thank you everyone.
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2023.06.07 13:15 leaveAtTen Good deal? Shall I buy it? Looking for something powerful with decent battery life while browsing (~5hrs)

Good deal? Shall I buy it? Looking for something powerful with decent battery life while browsing (~5hrs) submitted by leaveAtTen to GamingLaptops [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 10:15 Marbaass Will 600W PSU be enough with 13600k and 3060ti?

I’m planning to upgrade my GPU to a GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti EAGLE OC D6X 8G (code: GV-N306TXEAGLE OC-8GD) which has 2x 8pin connectors and I’m wondering if my current PSU will be enough. It’s a be quiet! Pure Power 10 600W. My CPU is a slightly undervolted 13600k. Gigabyte recommends a 750w PSU for this GPU, but I’ve seen reviews that show the 3060ti doesn’t draw that much power. Is it because of the GDDR6X memory? Will I have any issues with this setup? Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.07 07:26 NewMax99 Help , which one to get ?

Help , which one to get ?
Can i trust a refurbished from Acer ?
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2023.06.07 07:12 Orangespectrum0 How to Identify Quality Hotel Kitchen Equipment Suppliers

When it comes to identifying quality hotel kitchen equipment suppliers, there are several key factors to consider. The choice of suppliers can greatly impact the efficiency and success of your hotel kitchen operations. In this article, we will explore the important criteria to look for when evaluating a supplier, with a focus on a fictional company named "Orange Spectrum."
Reputation and Experience: A reputable supplier should have a solid track record and a good reputation in the industry. Look for suppliers that have been in business for a considerable period and have a strong customer base. Check for online reviews and testimonials to gauge their reputation among other hotel owners and kitchen professionals.
"Orange Spectrum" has been operating in the industry for over 15 years and has built a strong reputation for providing high-quality hotel kitchen equipment.
Product Range and Quality: Evaluate the range of products offered by the supplier. A quality supplier should have a diverse selection of equipment to meet the varied needs of a hotel kitchen. The products should be of superior quality, durable, and compliant with relevant safety standards.
"Orange Spectrum" offers a comprehensive range of hotel kitchen equipment, including commercial refrigerators, ovens, ranges, dishwashers, and more. Their products are known for their excellent quality and adherence to safety standards.
Customization Options: Every hotel kitchen has unique requirements. A reliable supplier should be able to provide customized solutions tailored to your specific needs. They should be willing to work closely with you to understand your kitchen layout, workflow, and requirements, and provide equipment that fits seamlessly into your space.
"Orange Spectrum" has a dedicated team of experts who collaborate with hotel owners and kitchen professionals to design and deliver customized kitchen equipment solutions.
After-Sales Support: The level of after-sales support provided by a supplier is crucial. Check if the supplier offers installation, maintenance, and repair services. Prompt and efficient after-sales support ensures that your equipment stays in good working condition, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity.
"Orange Spectrum" offers comprehensive after-sales support, including installation, regular maintenance, and repair services. Their team of technicians is available round the clock to address any issues promptly.
Pricing and Affordability: While quality is important, pricing is also a significant consideration. Compare prices from different suppliers to ensure that you are getting competitive rates without compromising on quality. Consider the overall value and long-term cost-effectiveness of the equipment.
"Orange Spectrum" provides competitive pricing for their high-quality hotel kitchen equipment. They offer transparent pricing and help you choose the best equipment within your budget.
Certifications and Compliance: Ensure that the supplier's products meet the necessary certifications and comply with industry standards and regulations. This ensures that the equipment is safe to use and will not cause any health or safety hazards.
"Orange Spectrum" adheres to all relevant certifications and standards, including those related to food safety, electrical safety, and environmental sustainability.
Warranty and Return Policies: Check the supplier's warranty policies to ensure that you are protected against any manufacturing defects or malfunctions. Additionally, inquire about their return policies in case you need to exchange or return any equipment.
"Orange Spectrum" offers a warranty on their products and has a clear return policy in place to address any unforeseen issues.
In conclusion, choosing the right supplier for hotel kitchen equipment requires careful consideration of factors such as reputation, product quality, customization options, after-sales support, pricing, certifications, and warranty policies. By evaluating "Orange Spectrum" or any other supplier based on these criteria, you can make an informed decision that will contribute to the success of your hotel kitchen setup.
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