You're not spending your money in the right place if you don't think it can buy happiness. Sure buying cars and "stuff" won't make you happy, but buying experiences will. A flight to New Zealand costs around $2k. Let me see you buy that ticket plus hotels for a month long stay in New Zealand on your "happy" $60k. Good luck....30 days off work will cost a $120k per year salary worker $10,000 in time off, that's before you start calculating the cost of travel and the experiences in New Zealand. So $120 is instantly $110k a year. I'm going to lean on $145,000 with mild responsibilities and a flexible work schedule with a good amount of time off being the magic number. Anything less, makes you count your pennies when you're traveling. But please....keep working for $60k and we'll compare most interesting man in the world stories in 10 years and see who has scene more, done more, and is happier.
I meant to say uses far less power and cooling than your machine running at 95% full time..still the jist is the same, the world is full of idiots
You're an idiot. CPU power is the least green thing I can think of in the world. Your machine sitting idle uses far less power and cooling than your machine sitting idle. Before your nitwit idea comes to fruition, perform a real ROI, not a slashdot ROI prediction. The beauty with bitcoin mining is you can actually compute the stats of how much power and cooling you'll need to produce a single bitcoin in the present time. Within the next 30 days, be ready to have wasted a crap ton of money on power, because ASICs are about to make fools out of all of you.
Based on HIPAA he would be fined at least $100 per document he took, hacker or not.
At least California knows when to let go of a deal gone south and fire someone.
but this is not McAfee....this is Kaspersky I'm confused or I think you're confused.
I didn't see the outside air temp during this test.Sure it ran for 10 months, but 10 months out of the year Arizona is a gorgeous hospitable place. It's the other two (July-August) that are inhospitable. When the air temp outdoors is 120 degrees how are you cooling it to sub 90s?