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About 19_blackie_73

  • Title
    silence! the best noise of a computer

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    somewhere inbetween the US and Asia


  • CPU
    Intel Xeon 1231v3
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte H97 D3H ATX So. 1150
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport Dual Channel Kit
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX970 Gaming G1
  • Case
    be quiet! Silent Base 800 orange
  • Storage
    525GB Crucial MX300,1TB Seagate ST1000DM003
  • PSU
    be quiet! Straight Power E10 500W CM
  • Display(s)
    Dell P2314H
  • Cooling
    all be quiet!: 2x Pure Wings 2 140mm, 1x 120mm; CPU Cooler: Dark Rock Advanced C1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. 19_blackie_73


    Depends on your local laws of course,have no exp with australian law and structures
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    If you legitimately got screwed over go to your local police office or lawyer and ask for help. Oh and btw people do get the gist without it being written with capslock with the nice side effect of them not feeling offended
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    Need a decent monitoring headphone

    How can a headphones be outdated?
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    [ASK] Recording resolution.

    Double posting doesn't bring you your answer any faster. Why not just test it? Nobody knows what you are planning to do with the footage, how steady you can film and so on. Please think first before asking such questions. The best quality and resolution is the one you are happy with
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    Project Appletree - electric guitar build log

    It's amazing to see what people come up with I'm watching at the moment a lot of videos from Crimson Guitars, it's amazing what they do. I'm kinda sad I lack that creativity side a bit, mine looks fairly standard(ish), just a mashup of some classic guitar forms I definitely have to go back to the drawing board a bit and find a way to make mine more unique and my own instrument Thanks for the hint
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    Project Appletree - electric guitar build log

    just took the render and updated it to black hardware: Good shout, but I'm honestly not to shure. I need to test out the finish I'm going to use on some spare wood, because AFAIK it will darken depending on the grain quite a bit (at least the darker parts of this body will get even darker, the light parts might stay sorta this way). If it darkens quite a bit, I don't think the black hardware would work good, if it doesn't I will very much consider it heavily. So next update will be the tests with the finish, and I might pull the trigger on a router. I'm on getting a spot at a local woodworking workshop to get the pieces planed to the right thickness, then I'll start making the body. Also final design choices will be made and I need to decide on the thickness. Also when the router arrives, I will start making the templates and getting the hardware (at least the bridge for the first part, rest will be decided later and somewhat depends on the pickup choice)
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    Project Appletree - electric guitar build log

    ------ small update ------ I played around with a little bit of 3D, used the file of my profile pic and remodeled the guitar body. Now I'm pretty undecided if I should make a ebony or an apple fretboard Ebony fretboard is the top one, apple the bottom one. part of me wants the contrasty fretboard on the left, part of me wants an all apple guitar If anyone has an idea, what would be wiser, let me know please note, pickup config is not final yet, just the placeholder from my profile pic. The headstock profile and layout is at the moment a standard strat profile, but I am tempted to make an angled headstock like on a prs or les paul. the texture on the wood is just a pic I have taken from the wood I have, but there sawing marks all over it when it was originally cut to the size it is now. The best represantion is probably around the control knobs.
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    Home Office PC for a high school teacher

    honestly I'd go for the ryzen 2200g, that will last her a long time and is a current platform.
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    Stacking cpu cores?

    yeah that's true, but intel still already passes the 5GHz number despite new additional stuff. And with each generation they tend to increase the clockspeed a bit so 8Ghz will come some day, maybe not tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, but eventually. Remember 4th gen i7 ended by 4.4 turbo, so they already pushed it another .6GHz. I won't say that increasing the cpu speed alone makes everything a gazillion times faster, you need other stuff to improve too.
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    Stacking cpu cores?

    we will for sure get there, as you may know we started in the MHz area and are now in the multiple GHz area. So getting to 8 is in my opinion only a matter of time. When and what will be necessary dunno, I know too little about designing circuitry at that level, but eventually we'll get it
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    to upgrade from a 1050ti to a 2070... or not

    2060/2070 will be fine for that Just pick any model you like really, doesnt matter that much. Evga has good warranty though
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    to upgrade from a 1050ti to a 2070... or not

    What monitor do you have? I guess anthing like the 2060/2070 is fine, the 2080 might be overkill So if you want to get a 2070, there's not much reason not to
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    to upgrade from a 1050ti to a 2070... or not

    well what games, what resolution, what refresh rate, what are the other system components? without info we can't recommend anything. As always, if your current setup gets the job done in a way you don't miss anything, leave your setup and invest the money. literally invest to make it more.
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    Mod delete please

    why not getting a 2600? better performance out of the box, and 6c12t is more than enough, + they are a bit cheaper. Also leave the dual channel memory kit with 3000 MHz in there and 250GB SSD do not cost that much more and give you way more value over a 120GB other than that the cheapest build is fine imo But tbh... the most price you shove of because you dropped the peripherals
  15. whut? maybe learn to read and write first, complete sentences help to get a job and get payed.