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>New to /ptg/? Have an inquiry? Consult the wiki or the PDF before asking redundant questions
>If you have a question check Google and if you can't find an adequate answer, ask here.
>What.CD interview info:
https://www.whatinterviewprep.com/ and the wiki
>Various tracker IRCs and sites open for signup:
http://pastebin.com/dD3cqWKc (embed) (embed)
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Remember the following:
>staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before
>staff may pretend to be normal users asking for invites and when you invite them, they ban you for inviting strangers
>sneaky bastards will try to convince you into believing that cheating can be evaded, it can't and you will be banned with those bastards laughing at you
>people may report emails and other personal info posted here to staff to get you banned
>don't respond to anime posters, they are known to ruin threads and shitpost, report and ignore.
>most of the invite offers here are people trolling you with false hope - begging for invites is a waste of time and you should just interview at What.cd
>Easy way to elite on What.cd = whatbetter+search 2016 flac albums on better.php
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Does anyone else like to play their PC games on a TV in a separate room? What method do you use?
Up until now I'd been using a 50 foot HDMI cable, which worked perfectly for my old TV. However, since I upgraded to 4k I find myself getting a very noisy image with intermittent periods where the screen just goes blank. From what I've seen, it looks like I either need an active HDMI cable, a signal booster, or an ethernet HDMI extension. Is any of these methods significantly more reliable than the others?