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lufihengr

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About lufihengr

  • Title
    Finally
  • Birthday 1998-03-29

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Finland
  • Interests
    Mopo
  • Occupation
    System Administrator

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. lufihengr

    Tesla Unveils Model Y

    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
  2. lufihengr

    OCPP 1.6 JSON and websockets

    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/
  3. lufihengr

    Buzzing sound only while gaming?

    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.
  4. lufihengr

    Morality questioned by Pirates

    Purely morally, it's fine.
  5. 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.
  6. lufihengr

    LTT forum "banning" game

    Banned for typo
  7. CPU-Z looks OK to me. I only have experience with 32nm chips where 1.3 volts is acceptable. If you are happy with what you have, I'd say you're golden
  8. lufihengr

    LTT forum "banning" game

    Banned for off topic
  9. lufihengr

    Buzzing sound only while gaming?

    Coil whine
  10. lufihengr

    Is getting CL14 over CL16 worth it?

    Thanks. Won't be doing a lot of that locally I could basically get 32gb of CL16 or 16gb of CL14 for the same price. And if it won't make much of a difference, I'll go with CL16
  11. Does someone know will CL14 vs CL16 make a substantial difference? A 16GB 3200MHz CL16 kit is 150 euro, and the same but with CL14 timings is about 220 to 250 euros. Is it worth the massive price difference? Or should I go to a lower frequency with tighter timings?
  12. FYI, imperial measurements like yards and lbs are based on the metric system The United States and countries of the Commonwealth of Nations agreed upon common definitions for the pound and the yard. Since 1 July 1959, the international avoirdupois pound (symbol lb) has been defined as exactly 0.45359237 kg
  13. lufihengr

    Hi , I need Help and guidance

    That's hard to answer since I don't know what your local electronics store has. Generic cables are fine, but if they feel too cheap then get something better. Usually cheap cables will have a plastic insulator and higher end ones will have rubber/silicone or even braided.
  14. lufihengr

    Phone stopped working and wont turn on

    Yeah something on the motherboad is probably dead. Every android phone of mine has done this. Even my current one
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