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  2. The CIA was spying and pressed the wrong button. I have DWS non 06 on my DD Mazda in 205|50|16 and they're doing great at like almost 30k so far. Great wet and dry and pretty good snow too.
  3. JayBee805

    Cpu temp question

    I have g sync enabled , v sync on in nvidia panel , v sync off in game , reason is I play in a 4k 60 hz monitor .. n if I turn off v sync nasty tearing I get .. but yeah my cpu temps just crazy up n down on most games except RE2 remake
  4. So, I have a project in which I want a bot I'm working on (My first actual python program ever) to tweet a message or image to a user that uses its keyword (@bot_name_here - I still don't know the name of it yet.) I'm using Python 2.7 I think (Whatever your stock Ubuntu 18.10 Distro comes with) and am fairly new to the language. I have installed Tweepy (Which works fine.) and the program goes fine until I try to make a loop that is supposed to make sure that the bot doesn't spam people. It is supposed to keep a record of the users it has tweeted to and then compare it to the list that was just received for any matches in the file and then them be skipped by the bot. My bot is from what I can tell reading both of them and then either accepting the matches and continuing the process or completely ignoring all of them at this point. If someone could tell me where I made a mistake, that would be great! Thanks a billion guys! py-twitter-keyword-reply-bot.py
  5. oskarnedreaas

    4690K overclocking help

    or so I thought, it said something like 12k complete after 5 tests on all the cores, but after that it crashed. Is it safe to say its a stable overclock, or do I need to run it longer (if so how long does it need to run).
  6. rice guru

    What music service do you use?

    spotify although I do have prime music it's library just kinda sucks so I dont use it.
  7. I wasn't saying it was for RHEL, I was just comparing software models (Oracle vs Open <--> RHEL vs CentOS).
  8. Sauron

    Manjaro Pamac

    You can't run makepkg as root, it will prompt you for your password when necessary. I would just delete the folder when he's done with it if clutter is a concern, I always use a dedicated git folder for this sort of stuff anyway.
  9. The guy reset the TPMS system, and checked communication with each sensor, all came back good. Lights off; no charge. Perhaps just a hiccup or something.
  10. L. Kenter

    Vega 64 vs RTX 2070 vs GTX 1080ti

    I did notice some websites still sell new ones, but not in the Netherlands... Also, for that kind of money I'd rather get a 2080ti. I'm aiming around €500.
  11. Naruhodo, that were the things which i wanted to know. Now this clears some doubts.
  12. Meh. I bet the 570 is at least as powerful.
  13. jerubedo

    Is this PC any good?

    Yeah, but back then people were saying that the i5s were a better value proposition, and for nearly a decade that did hold true. It's only around, I'd say, late 2017 that it started to become untrue. So people saying this back in 2010 were absolutely right for 7 (almost 8 ) years (which is well beyond an upgrade cycle timeframe).
  14. oskarnedreaas

    4690K overclocking help

    my tests are looking good tho, I have 4.6 ghz at 1.2 volts, my temps are at around 82 degrees and the stress test is holding up well
  15. Anyway, getting on track here. @Kpp550: Your motherboard's M.2 slot supports NVMe or SATA SSDs, provided they are in the M.2 formfactor. To make things even more confusing for you, it also accepts sizes 2280 (longer) and what looks like 2240 (shorter). But most M.2 SSDs you find will be in 2280. You can also boot from any SSD in that slot. So have at it. If you need recommendations I'm partial to Samsung's stuff, but I'm also using a Crucial SSD at the moment and have no issues with it. Intel, Western Digital, and Kingston are other brands to give a look at. Just be aware if the SSD is really cheap for some reason, it may be a DRAMless one which may impact performance the moment you give it anything more than a handful of megabytes of stuff to transfer. As always, make sure to look up reviews on websites.
  16. jerubedo

    Is this PC any good?

    I agree with this mostly. OCing can breathe new life into a chip after it's aged. Your point particularly affects the i3 8100. However, not really the 9400f when we are comparing it to the 2600x, and that's because the 9400f STILL pulls ahead when going against a fully OCed 2600x. So in a gaming rig, both chips are already at their max potential where the 9400f still pulls ahead.
  17. jstudrawa

    Ultrawide display preference

    Yeah< I meant to post in the other Ultrawide thread, but he wants G-Sync. So that link is useless and LG is crying But $2000 is a lot when good 120Hz 1440p UW's are going for low $700's.
  18. Alphaarea

    How to choose a SAS card for UnRaid

    OK Incidentally, a small fan is useful to SAS card. The original heatsink was designed for server case with crazy fan.
  19. fantasia.

    Hdmi and Display port

    I dunno, it's probably labeled on the cable or around the port. Usually 2.0 cables cost more than any of the other ones besides the versions above it. It's probably just a safe bet to get a display port cable that supports it or an hdmi cable that supports.
  20. I will take you up on that offer for the config. As for virtualbox-guest-*, I have them all installed.
  21. Origami Cactus

    Ultrawide display preference

    When they come out this year then should be max 2k, also the monitor you linked is a 75hz one.
  22. HarrisonCassidy

    Are MMOs still a thing?

    I mean, runescape itself is still very much a thing, with RS3 having 20,000 concurrent players and OSRS around 90,000. Source: http://misplaceditems.com/rs_tools/graph/
  23. dw im a dumb person :'D, for the GPu 100% yeah even downloaded the NVIDIA thing and set it to ensure its always up to date. i diddn't know what a chip set driver was but ive googled and downloading it now Also: the output from superposition (i selected extreme, but it ran on medium so redoing it now) in the interim here you go
  24. GoldenLag

    Is this PC any good?

    same talk was quite a few years ago between the core i5 CPUs and core i7. and today we can say the non-ht CPUs have taken quite a hit in comparison to what they should have taken.
  25. That's a great price on the Alienware. I got one for $850 at Microcenter to weekends ago and have been LOVING it.
  26. You should quote @fasauceome
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