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About RollinLower

  • Title
    ƃuoɹʍ ʎlqɐqoɹd
  • Birthday 1995-11-01

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  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming, Gaming PC's, Mechanical engineering, Constructive work.
    also, welding!
  • Occupation
    Service mechanic for welding machines/robots.


  • CPU
    AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1950X @3,85Ghz/1.225V
  • Motherboard
    Asrock X399M Taichi
  • RAM
    32GB (4X8) Trident Z Royal gold.
  • GPU
    2X Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-Q37 modded to fit mATX
  • Storage
    750GB Crucial MX300 SSD + 512GB Micron 1100 M.2 SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 850 G2
  • Display(s)
    HP OMEN 32" 1440P
  • Cooling
    Custom waterloop (CPU+GPU's)
  • Keyboard
    Selfmade 60% mechanical keyboard (Kailh box black)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    Razer Leviathan soundbar
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. those cards are used in specialized machines that benefit from high parallel workloads that can benefit from all te cores. think stuff like weather calculations or something. not really a consumer could use for anything.
  2. i don't have any bubble wrap, is it fine if i just wrap it in newspapers and send it over?
  3. selling my kidneys as wel speak. i also have 1 lung too many. any takers?
  4. nope, tough all the ones available now are 3x the price so i'm gonna wait it out a bit.
  5. that would be awesome. i'm running a GUI on my server only because i want to run chrome and the extention, so if you can produce a headless solution that would be amazing! no presssure tough
  6. ouch, granted last time i checked was a couple days ago, so i dunno how it now stands.
  7. you can see on the pic OP posted that the pin is really broken tough. OP is just lucky that the only thing that broke is the very tip of the pin. so the rest of the pin is still long enough to make contact with the CPU.
  8. to be honest of the board is functioning and the XMP and PCIe settings look good, then i wouldn't bother. if you try to fix it with copper tape like you said, but the tape slips or due to the heat of the chip, the adhesive softens, you might get a short in your socket and that is definitely a bad time.
  9. you may be too late for the really good deals, but secondhand 2080Ti's are currently at an all time low.
  10. Nice idea! i've been waiting for someone to make a F@H android control app. untill now i've been monitoring my systems with either RDP connections or pulseway from my phone, but a dedicated app should be a better experience! i've installed it on my Mi9T, and i'm setting up the connections now. EDIT: first little bit of feedback: after searching for clients automatically (which worked like a charm btw, nice!) there is a pretty short character limit on the names. i cannot name my F@H server by it's actual name, VouwFabriek, instad i have to shorten it to VouwFbr.
  11. yep, a few times in BIOS but most recently by taking out the battery. sadly didn;t help, double sad because i had fine-tuned fan profiles which are now gone.
  12. alright, so there is something weird going on with my CPU. first of all, relevant system specs: AMD Threadripper 1950X @3.75GH 1.175V G-Skill Trident Z Royal 3200Mhz 32GB in 4x8 Asrock X399M Taichi the CPU is watercooled in the same loop as two RTX 2080's, but temps are fine. I also lapped the Threadripper, but it worked fine ever since, and shouldn't be the cause of the problems i now face.(i think?) so with the F@H event coming up, i want my system to be as stable as possible for 24/7 operation. (btw if you havn't already, sign up for the LTT Folding month now! we got prizes!) this means that i want to diable the CPU overclock, so i can push the 2080's in the same loop a little higher. here is where the weird stuff happens tough. whenever i set the core multiplier back to 'auto', the system bootloops for a few minutes before booting into windows, but with only 3 memory channels working. i cannot for the life of me get channel C1 back online on stock clocks! it's only when i apply the overclock again that the memory channel comes back to life. how could this happen?
  13. that just seems like a placeholder price if anything.