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msvelev

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About msvelev

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    Member
  • Birthday 1993-02-10

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Occupation
    Java developer

System

  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i5-4690K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97-P
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    Gigabite GTX 970 G1 Gaming 1529/1873
  • Case
    Cooler Master N500
  • Storage
    128GB PNY Optima SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 500W 80+
  • Display(s)
    ACER 23'' 1080p G237HLbi + 2x HP L2035
  • Cooling
    CM Nepton 240M on CPU + 2 Cooler Master case fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K360
  • Mouse
    Trust GXT 152 ILLUMINATED
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. Hi! I thought someone besides me might be interested in getting a TeamTrees counter set up. 1) I created a simple shell script which retrieves the number of trees which will be planted so far: curl -s https://teamtrees.org/ | grep id=\"totalTrees\" |egrep -o '[[:digit:]]+' | head -1 With this you can choose your way to display it, e.g. a digital screen, a notification, an widget or whatever.. I chose a MacOS notification. To do this I put the script in MacOS automator application like so: Changed the icon to a random tree found in google. And saved it to the Applications folder. 2) Then to run hourly I added a plist file to ~/Library/LaunchAgents named org.teamtrees.plist With the following content: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Label</key> <string>org.teamtrees</string> <key>ProgramArguments</key> <array> <string>/usr/bin/open</string> <string>-W</string> <string>/Applications/Trees.app</string> </array> <key>StartInterval</key> <integer>3600</integer> <key>RunAtLoad</key> <true/> </dict> </plist> 3) Loaded it using: launchctl load org.teamtrees And now I get a notification like this one hourly: GL HF!
  2. I've plugged them directly to the unamplified line of my FIIO e10k and it's still ok or am I missing something? I threw in the dragonfly as another option which works great.
  3. Any concrete model? Yes I need them to pass sound through. She has a 6s. Not sure if it supports the easy pairing but that's not a problem since it's done once. They seem like a good option.
  4. I have the 7XX and they don't really require an amp for me.Only a good DAC. I have a dragonfly black and it's plenty for them power wise and the DAC is decent.
  5. Hi everyone, I want to buy Bluetooth earbuds for my girlfriend, so she can listen to audio books on them. I want them to have low isolation, since we have a little baby and she needs to hear it through them. The airpods seem to fit the requirements, but I'm not sure if they're the best option, considering the price and sound quality. Thanks!
  6. Hi everyone, I bough a 970 EVO and I'm getting really low performance (attached crystal disk mark) My MB is Asus z97-p with a 4690K in it. I've installed the samsung drivers. Any ideas? Thanks! P.S. I saw the port is limited to 10Gb/s, so I should get lower than expected performance, but would expect 1200 MB/s seq performance.
  7. Can you order from the US to your country? I live in Bulgaria and got HD 6XX/AKG 7XX/DarkVoice from the US. Just had to pay VAT, $8 equivalent of import tax and shipping.
  8. You can thing of IPC as torque and the frequency of the processor (measured in Hz) as RPM*. So to get the horse power of a car, you'd multiply the torque (the work that you do) by the RPM (how often do you do it). So with CPUs you take how many instructions do you do per 1 pass (IPC) and multiply by how often you do it (frequency). Then you get how much actual work you can do with the CPU. And it can be measured in 2 different tasks - integer calculations and floating point calculations (both equivalent to the horse power of the car) The more IPC*frequency you have, the more integer/floating point calculations you can execute. * 1Hz = 60RPM
  9. Currently I'm using just the DAC of the FiiO to the DarkVoice, and I use the amplified output for volume control for the HS7s. I want to upgrade because the amplified output of the FiiO has some EQ on it and I don't want that.
  10. OK, so it is a better DAC. I like the HD6XX on the DarkVoice. It's a great AMP. I tried them on a friends objective 2 AMP and didn't like it better than the DarkVoice, so I'll stick to that. I might go for just a magni then?
  11. If it's just the better AMP - yes. I should've phrased the question as "Is the difference between Fulla and modi magni, just the better amp that is the magni?". Wanted to hear if the modi is in some way better.
  12. The fula2 has A ¼” full-sized headphone output A 1/8” stereo analog input (so you can use it as just an amp, bypassing the DAC) A 1/8” fixed DAC output (so you can use it with a receiver or volume control, bypassing the internal amp) A 1/8” variable DAC output (so you can use it with powered monitors, or an amp without volume control)| Pre-outs for speakers - Fulla 2 also has it. More power/higher quality amp - that's true, but it's not really needed in my case. Higher quality DAC - it uses the same DAC chip. How is it higher quality?
  13. Hi everyone, At home I have 2 Yamaha HS7 powered speakers Sennheiser HD 6xx Darkvoice 336 tube amp And I'm currently using FiiO E10K for preamp for the speakers and as DAC for the DarkVoice and I want to upgrade it. What's the benefit of going Modi+Magni vs just Fulla, since the first solution is 2X more expensive and it doesn't seem like it'd do more for me? Thanks! M
  14. It is USD and it's a 970 + 1070. I managed to get the 1070 to 30Mh/s stable with memory overclock.
  15. I'll try to push it a bit and see what happens. I'll post an update when I get home. Electricity is pretty cheap here, about $0.08 per KW/h Thanks! I watched the video but all other options doesn't seem good.
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