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  1. who sells Epic Games account with gta v ?

    1. Timm-

      Timm-

      h mo smunde ta downloadesh kur ishte free ? 😂

    2. FearLess

      FearLess

      se du per vete a ke ti?

  2. hello, who use mods in GTA 5?

  3. who knows how to linked epic games in rockstars games

    1. jay™

      jay™

      well for me I was just downloading the game and then I was setting it up and it asked me to link accounts and I pressed it, Before I didn't link it and it would not let me open the game

    2. FearLess

      FearLess

      if you see me in ts send me a pm :)) 

  4. who download GTA V from epic games?

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    2. robila

      robila

      Yeah the problem is 'cause of the low servers

    3. FearLess

      FearLess

      dammm

    4. Sayfmrak ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ

      Sayfmrak ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ

      the same problem i think because i have a bad procceceur

  5. ♠ Nick of the Admin: FearLess ♠ Sanction : REMOVE♠ Old Grade: OWNER ♠ New Grade: PLAYER ♠ Reason: My Decision.
  6. The number of cyber attacks has steadily risen in recent months, as more and more businesses adopt work-from-home procedures in an attempt to maintain productivity while respecting quarantine orders and social distancing. In response to this threat, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has released a series of telework guidelines, emphasizing the importance of end-to-end encryption and other security measures. The NSA is not the first to give guidance on dealing with security risks when using remote desktop software. In April, Microsoft posted instructions for protecting against cyber attacks when using its Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), one of the most po[CENSORED]r remote access solutions worldwide. Remote desktop security The NSA publication offers users criteria for both selecting and using secure remote desktop software. According to the guidelines, the most secure solutions will implement end-to-end encryption with well-tested standards, validate users’ identities through multi-factor authentication, and allow for controlling exactly who connects to collaboration sessions. Additionally, users should take into consideration the privacy policy and transparency of any remote access tool being used. Businesses will want to double-check whether a vendor’s policy allows for the sale of information to third parties, and whether sensitive information can be securely deleted from its servers. The NSA’s assessment of po[CENSORED]r remote access tools like Cisco Webex, Signal, and Microsoft Teams show that no one service meets all the requirements. The two that come closest, Signal and Wickr, lost points for not having undergone third-party auditing, although both have released their source codes to the public. Ultimately, businesses will have to decide for themselves which security features are most important, using the NSA guidelines as a starting point.
  7. The Intel Core i9-10900K has gone up for pre-order in the US, and it’s bad news for those who planned on rushing out to buy the flagship Comet Lake processor. As spotted by Tom’s Hardware, US retailer B&H Photo Video already has the CPU available for pre-order, and despite Intel’s recommended price of $488 (about £395/A$765), it’s flogging the processor for some $600 – and that’s before you’ve bought a new motherboard, which you'll unfortunately have to do. Intel Core i9-10900K: $488 $599 at B&H Photo and Video The Intel Core i9-10900K is the latest flagship processor from Team Blue. With 10 cores, 20 threads and boost clocks up to 5.3GHz, it's going to be one powerful chunk of silicon. VIEW DEAL That price is much higher than the suggested price set by Intel for the Core i9-10900K, which is supposed to be just $488 (about £395/A$765). However, when Intel launches a new processor, the prices it releases are mere guidelines, rather than strict prices that retailers need to stick to. Worth it? Despite its hefty price-tag, the Intel Core i9-10900K is shaping up to be a champion performer. Specs-wise, the CPU, which debuted earlier this month as the flagship CPU in Intel’s 10th-generation Comet Lake-S lineup, packs 10-cores, 20-threads, a TDP of 125W and boost clock speeds of up to 5.3GHz thanks to Intel’s Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) technology. However, early benchmarks show that the CPU is capable of hitting 5.4GHz across all 10 cores. This overclocking feat saw the Core 10900K score 3,002 points in the Cinebench R15 multi-core test, way ahead of the Intel Core i9-9900K which scored 2,184. However, the processor failed to match the AMD Ryzen 3900X, which racked up 3,168 in the same test. It remains to be seen how the incoming Intel Core-10900K performs in single-core tests, but if anything like the chipmaker’s previous releases, it’s likely to come out on top when it comes to gaming. However, those that haven’t yet decided whether to upgrade to the Core i9-10900K, it’s worth remembering that AMD will be launching its long-rumored Ryzen 4000 ‘Vermeer’ desktop processors later this year. The Zen 3-based CPUs are expected to deliver a significant step up over AMD’s current Zen 2 CPUs, with 10-15% IPC gains, faster clocks, and higher core counts than ever before, and they’ll even be compatible with existing AM4 motherboards.
  8. The Mercedes-Benz CLS is a luxury ship on wheels. The car, with its vast array of technological features and class, is one of the automaker's leading innovations. Not just in terms of technology, but also with regards to design and overall package. The CLS, sold in most major markets around the world, is also available in China – one of the leading markets for luxury cars. If a new model makes its appearance, chances are that China (followed by the US and Europe) will be on the of the first custodians. As if to underline the statement, Carscoops published an article that the CLS will gain a new engine and that this new model is destined for the Chinese market. Called the CLS 260, the car will serve as the new entry-level model to the range. A small(er) engine? The CLS is a big car and, as such, one would think that an engine of decent displacement would suffice. In South Africa, we have two six-cylinder models making up the range. The CLS 400d (250kW/700Nm) and the CLS 53 AMG (320kW/520Nm). Other markets have greater engine options, including four-cylinder units. The 1.5-litre, however, is the smallest, but there is merit to the decision. The automotive world is fast-moving into an electric, low-emission future, one that's leaving the traditional internal combustion engine behind. By bringing in this engine, Mercedes-Benz can gauge how a leading market will react to a large, fuel-efficient luxury car. As it stands, the CLS 260 is said to use around 7.2-litres/100km, but will not forego performance in the process. 0-100km/h takes a leisurely 8.7 seconds, while top speed is rated at 250km/h. Should this car come to SA? At the time of publication, Mercedes-Benz South Africa did not respond to our question regarding a possible arrival to the South African market. We will update you, the reader, when they do. But what's our take: should the CLS 260 come to South Africa?
  9. Asian based group Y11 Sports & Media has taken a "multi-million" majority share of the Ospreys, the Welsh rugby franchise announced on Wednesday. Register your interest for the British & Irish Lions tickets in South Africa 2021 The firm has acquired 75.1% of the four-time league winners who almost merged with rivals the Scarlets last year and have the likes of Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones in their squad. "For some time now we've been planning a radical shift of gear and, from that, over 12-months of hard work and strategic planning has led to this new partnership," the side's chairperson Rob Davies said. "We needed to secure the success of the past, whilst embracing fully the future and that is what we are now doing together. We're thrilled by the opportunities ahead," he added. The PRO14 season has been suspended since mid-March with June's final cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Swansea-based outfit lies bottom of Conference A after just two league wins.
  10. Underwater caves can be found around the world, but appear and develop differently according to their environment. Caves in warmer waters can be home to coral reefs, while ice caves have less abundant life. Photographers and divers have made it possible for us to get a glimpse at these mysterious underwater worlds. Images taken across the world, from Mexico's cenotes to Russia's underwater mineral caves, reveal beauty at great depths. Take a look at photos of underwater caves around the world. Mexico has thousands of underwater caves in its cenotes, like this one in Tulum. A diver swims through a sunbeam in the Cenote Taj Mahal in Quintana Roo, Mexico. A scuba diver exploring an underwater cave in Laguna Pepe, Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic. Another location for tropical underwater caves is Fiji. This scuba diver explored this one in Fiji's Namena Marine Reserve. A scuba diver swims through an ice cave in Lake Sassolo in Sambuco Valley, Ticino, Switzerland.
  11. 'A Cold War would be devastating' and 'force countries to choose a side' The Cold War between the US and Soviet Union was a product of the times. World War II devastated large swaths of Europe and Asia, and left the US and USSR as the most powerful nations on the planet. But they had fundamentally conflicting ideologies, which was at the heart of the decades-long standoff between the two superpowers. Though China is an authoritarian nation and does not share the same worldview as the US, the two countries are far more intricately connected - especially on an economic level. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, China held $1.09 trillion in US debt, surpassed only by Japan as America's top foreign creditor. Cold War II The Cold War between the US and Soviet Union was characterised by an intrinsic distrust between the Washington and Moscow, and a hyper-nationalistic competition for economic, military, and technological hegemony. Similar trends are playing out between the US and China in the present-day. Since his 2016 campaign, Trump has portrayed China as a global bully that's taken advantage of the US (even as he's showered Chinese President Xi Jinping with flattery on numerous occasions). As president, Trump sparked a trade war with China, raising anxiety about the US economy across partisan lines. A deal signed in January seemed to put the trade war on pause, giving Trump a diplomatic victory to tout as he sought to campaign for reelection on a booming economy. But then came coronavirus, which tanked the economy, put the deal at risk, and spoiled any hope of a detente in the near future. Though Trump praised China's handling of the virus in its early days, before it was truly global, he's shifted to bashing the Asian country at every turn and blaming it for the scale of the pandemic. China has been widely accused of exacerbating the pandemic by suppressing information on the virus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The president and his advisers have taken this a step further, however, by suggesting the virus leaked from a Wuhan lab that researches bat coronaviruses. The World Health Organisation (WHO), among others, has generally tied the origins of Covid-19 to a market where seafood, wild, and farmed animal species were sold. Meanwhile, Beijing has vehemently rejected the notion the virus leaked from a lab, and China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in March suggested Covid-19 came from the US military.
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  14. AMD Ryzen desktop APUs are about to get a major boost and step up to 8-cores, at least going by a leaked benchmark. The result for what speculation contends is an AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ desktop APU shows an 8-core, 16-thread chip which would double up on the current Ryzen 3000 APUs that are led by a quad-core part (the Ryzen 5 3400G). As you can see, the benchmark spotted by TUM_APISAK (and Komachi – both of whom are the source of many hardware leaks on Twitter) comes from User Benchmark and shows an 8-core chip which is clocked at 3GHz with boost to 3.95GHz. The User Benchmark score itself was recorded as 86.2%. Of course, we need to take any leak with a sizeable amount of caution, and assuming this is a genuine AMD part, the clock speeds reflect an engineering sample chip, so aren’t representative of the final performance you can expect. The processor was benchmarked in an ASRock B550 motherboard and will reportedly support not just this and X570 boards, but also B450 and X470 products. As Wccftech reports, _rogame (another high-profile Twitter leaker) also chimed in on this one, claiming that there are currently (at least) two Renoir APUs undergoing testing, both 8-core models, one running at 3GHz and one at 3.5GHz, with the GPU purportedly clocked at 1750MHz in both cases (he’s guessing that the Vega integrated graphics will be 8 compute units – the same as the Ryzen 9 4900HS which is also clocked at that speed). Performance jump Assuming all this speculation is on the mark, or at least near it, we can expect a considerable jump in performance with AMD’s Ryzen 4000 APUs compared to existing models. While User Benchmark scores are not the first benchmark you’d turn to in an ideal world, the result of 86.2% puts this alleged sample chip roughly in line with the sort of performance you’ll get from the Ryzen 7 4800H (which averages at 86% bang on in the User Benchmark database). For comparison, the Ryzen 5 3400G comes in at an average of 74%, and of course the jump to 8-cores will be more than welcome for those looking for a compelling APU, although obviously this alleged top-end chip will come with a price premium compared to the quad-core 3400G. Pricing will likely be pitched some way under AMD’s Ryzen 7 3700X 8-core desktop CPU, although exactly how far under is of course a complete guessing game at this point. It’s further expected that as well as this 8-core model, there will be a quad-core offering for those who don’t want to fork out that much for an APU. According to Wccftech’s sources, the new AMD Ryzen 4000 APUs are expected to launch in July. The existing Ryzen 5 3400G offers a base clock of 3.7GHz with boost to 4.2GHz and the integrated GPU is Vega 11 Graphics clocked at 1400MHz, with the chip having a TDP of 65W (the latter is expected to be maintained with the incoming 8-core model).