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About Colt_0pz

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4690K
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z97 Extreme 6
  • RAM
    Gskill Ripjaws X 8GB DDR3-1600
  • GPU
    Gigabye Geforce GTX 970 Windforce
  • Case
    NZXT S340 with 2 case fans and an additional 2 fans installed. one is a 120mm and the other is a 140mm
  • Storage
    Crucial MX100 128GB SSD and Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    Seasonic SSR-650M
  • Display(s)
    Acer GN246HL 144hz and generic 19'' lcd tv at 60hz and a free tv i found on the side of the road (CRT)
  • Cooling
    Cryorig h7
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+
  • Mouse
    Razer deathadder
  • Sound
    generic headphones and Blue Snowball Ice Microphone
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thank you both for showing me.
  2. It seems like a silly question but what does a computer do to perform let's say the four basic operations?
  3. Colt_0pz

    Are nuclear powered aircraft viable?

    That's a shame. In honesty, if nuclear innovation did not stop 40 years ago, perhaps it could have been a reality. Reactor designs have not changed that much with most being LWRs.
  4. Colt_0pz

    Are nuclear powered aircraft viable?

    Only once a couple of years. Can do it alongside a C-Check for instance.
  5. Colt_0pz

    Are nuclear powered aircraft viable?

    They tried it in a B-36. Perhaps not for passenger planes, but for cargo planes instead.
  6. Rather than try to store a ton of batteries, can't we use a nuclear reactor to power a plane? The only time I am aware that this was carried out was about 60 years ago and I ponder if it is possible using modern-day technology.
  7. Colt_0pz

    Router not running at max speed

    If that was the case, then the box speed would read 1900mbps (which it does because it is 1300mbps on 5AC plus 600 mbps on 2.4N). I am certain that my phone (a galaxy s7) is a two stream device, meaning it has a theoretical top speed of 866 mbps or so. I am not testing my internet speed, only local speeds. And since i cannot achieve such theoretical speeds, I should be getting around 750 mbps which is acceptable.
  8. Colt_0pz

    Router not running at max speed

    Those obstacles don't matter when the device is right next to the router (also i said the phone's max is 866 while the router is 1300) EDIT: I am not sure what I did but my tests now run at about 750 mbps which is more realistic, so I need to see this further
  9. Colt_0pz

    Router not running at max speed

    My laptop which claims to run at 400mbps but runs significantly slower
  10. Colt_0pz

    Router not running at max speed

    Not really. I have it set to channel 112 (which you cannot do on the default firmware)
  11. Colt_0pz

    Router not running at max speed

    So the same nighthawk I put DD-WRT on, I am now trying to test the wifi speeds and they are dissapointing. My phone is a 2-stream device, meaning it should run at about 866 mbps (2/3 of 1300mbps). However, when running local wireless tests, the tests yielded significantly less. What can I do to solve this issue?
  12. I tried to update a WNDR3400 that I installed dd-wrt on with a firmware update. However once I tried to reboot, the power light remained solid amber and did not change. I cannot ping to the router for more than 2 seconds each time I reboot the router. I've tried to 30/30/30 and tftp and neither of those worked. Am I SOL?
  13. Colt_0pz

    No IPv6 Internet access on secondary router

    That solved an issue I had with another router. Thank you for the link.
  14. Colt_0pz

    No IPv6 Internet access on secondary router

    I did not have a second modem at hand to test it on.
  15. Colt_0pz

    No IPv6 Internet access on secondary router

    So If I were to connect this router to a modem, that would solve the issue? I am not well versed in how internet protocols operate.