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lufihengr

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About lufihengr

  • Title
    Finally
  • Birthday 1998-03-29

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Finland
  • Interests
    Mopo
  • Occupation
    ICT Systems Specialist in the EV field

System

  • CPU
    2600K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME
  • RAM
    Kingston 8GB 1600MHz & Corsair 16GB 1600MHz
  • GPU
    780Ti ref
  • Case
    CM HAF X
  • Storage
    Samsung 830 256GB, WD Black 1TB
  • PSU
    AX 850
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG 278H
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12P SE 2
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+ & G510
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar
  • Sound
    G510
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro

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  1. Like @Kilrah said, unless you have a god-tier internet connection, it's not going to be playable. The 3 real options are: 1. Lend the PC to your friend 2. Have your friend come over to your house to play. 3. Run a network cable (most likely needs to be fiber) from your house to your friends house. You need to reserve about 100 grand for this, if it's less than like a few miles
  2. Hmm.. I guess I have to do my own testing then when I get the parts. A decent AIO is almost 2x the price, so I went with the Noctua. Also my HAF X has no native support for a 280mm radiator. From older tests, it seems that the D15 should be as good as at least a 240 AIO, but it would have been nice to confirm this with the 9900k specifically
  3. Has anyone seen any NH-D15 temperature tests with the 9900k? I have found the Hardware Unboxed test, but that's about it.
  4. I guess. Though this board + 10980XE would be cheaper than just a TR 3960X chip with no motherboard. Sure the 3960X would probably be faster but the Intel platform is many hundreds cheaper in this circumstance. But yes I have to consider do I want a dead-end platform
  5. I might be able to get an MSI X299 Gaming Pro board for a very good price. However it seems this board has been discontinued. Would it be worth getting anyway? I was trying to look for a review by Linus or Buildzoid but I didn't find anything
  6. I don't know of stardew valley, but minecraft wasn't/isn't a port. It's a standalone game that they started developing essentially from scratch.
  7. Indeed, knowing the video would help us to help you
  8. I'm trying to find an enclosure capable of driving a real 3.5 inch HDD. Specifically a WD green. I know it's not going to be enough to have it just bus powered, so it would need an external power source which is where I am coming short. Anyone have any experience with doing this?
  9. It's not the car of the future, but it is the car of today. Who knows what we will have in 100 years time
  10. Hi, I'm trying to build a backend system using OCPP 1.6 JSON over websockets in Node. I am having some trouble with the whole websockets thing, I have experience with REST api's but this is throwing me for a loop. Essentially where I am at is that I receive a message from the charger like this: [2, "19223201", "BootNotification", {"chargePointVendor": "VendorX", "chargePointModel": "SingleSocketCharger"} ] I need to put this in a database which I can probably figure out myself, but more importantly I need to de-construct the message and generate an appropriate response. In this case it would look something like this: [3, "19223201", {"status":"Accepted", "currentTime":"2013-02-01T20:53:32.486Z", "heartbeatInterval":300} ] And I have no idea how to do it. Essentially I need a lot of if statements like if the massage has "BootNotification" in it, then send the accept message and if it has something else, then respond appropriately. If someone can help, I'll buy you a beer or coffee or beverage of your choosing? Edit: the documentation for the OCPP protocol is available here: https://www.openchargealliance.org/downloads/
  11. I don't think it's a fan bearing. I takes time for the temps to rise and fans to spin up. Won't hurt to try though, you didn't mention what card you have but the fans should just pop off.
  12. Here's a benchmark with a GTX 1080. As you can see, overclocking gave better results and you might be able to get 144 fps with a 1080ti. The problem is that with the B360 chipset you can't really overclock. In short, it might bottleneck sometimes and to minimise it you would need a motherboard with a Z370 chipset.
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