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FlpDaMattress

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About FlpDaMattress

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday January 24

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    https://discord.gg/hybdpHA
  • Steam
    http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198171933914/
  • Twitch.tv
    https://www.twitch.tv/flpdamattress
  • Twitter
    https://twitter.com/FlpDaMattress
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Narnia
  • Interests
    your eyes ;)
  • Biography
    currently beating my cat in a staring contest
  • Occupation
    Technician at uBreakiFix

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix B350-F Gaming
  • RAM
    16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro
  • GPU
    ASUS ROG STRIX RX580
  • Case
    Blue+Black NZXT s340 Elite
  • Storage
    240gb Samsung 970 Evo, x2 WD Caviar Blue 2tb HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650X
  • Display(s)
    x3 Acer H236HL
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master ML240 RGB, x4 Corsair LL 120 RGB fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair strafeRGB w/ cherry mx silent reds
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 pro RGB
  • Sound
    SoundBlaster zx, Senheiser HD558, Senheiser HD4.40
  • Operating System
    Temple OS
  • Laptop
    Dell i5 5577 Gaming
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. It would need to slowly go up. I'll figure something else out.
  2. There really is no turn-key solution to this huh.
  3. It absolutely needs to gradually raise in RPM over a set amount of time. again, this isn't going inside a PC case. I need this for controlled testing.
  4. It would need to be through USB. The fan is for a project I really can't talk about that has nothing to do with a PC.
  5. That gets me a PWM output, But will it supply enough voltage? Also, I put all my points in hardware, Coding and I never got along. I can generate a signal, but how do I control it?
  6. I really can't go into much detail here, but I have a very specific project i'm working on. I need a way to control a fan (most likely an older AMD Cooler Master stock fan) not by temp, but to ramp up linearly on a timer, And it needs to be controlled by software. I can't find an easy way to do this with a Raspberry Pi, and I can't find any fan controllers that would let me do this on Ebay/Amazon. Could anyone offer some guidance?
  7. It just came in the mail yesterday so I think I'm just going to return it. Wasn't too concerned with USB mics after i've had a CAD U37 for years. Guess I wasn't ready to upgrade after all.
  8. Hello lads, I recently picked up an Audia-Technica AT2020 USB+ on eBay and first impressions have been less then stellar. The mic sounds the way it should when I am literally a centimeter away but backup to about 3 inches and I'm barely audible. This happens in Windows 10 and Kubuntu, I don't have a Windows 7 ISO to test, It sounds the same playing back in windows/Linux and from the built in monitor itself (tested with AKG earbuds and Senheiser HD4.40's) The last thing I want to do is return it, but I'm genuinely at a loss. I've even tried plugging the mic directly into a phone charger and listening to the monitor that way. nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated! demo of what's happening: mictest.wav
  9. Considering I just upgraded to it from a 750ti last January, I think I'm going to keep it for a while 750ti aged like fine wine, I don't think I could ever part ways with mine.
  10. that's the problem now is it's almost impossible to work in, I've spent days trying to fit a Quadro 400 in as a display adapter and virtualizing Windows with the RX580, but for the life of me cannot get everything plugged in. I guess I'm just trying to justify dropping the $150 on something that doesn't exactly age like the rest of the machine. TL;DR: I have no room
  11. So this is an interesting question that I never thought I'd ask myself, About 5 years ago I was gifted an NZXT S340 Elite for my birthday. Beautiful case only shattered the window once really dressing up my turd of a Pentium 4 G2020/750ti build. But I've graduated, got an actual job, and proper ATX board with an RX580 Strix and enough storage to justify a separate Freenas server, Have I outgrown my case? Would the LianLi O11 dynamic be a reasonable upgrade from here? (I promise it looks better in person, S8 Camera is not doing any favors here. Also a slightly outdated pic, Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro and Zen 1 do not play nicely with each other. they constantly disconnect and freeze requiring a restart to fix)
  12. You can find USB microphones under $50 all day, I personally daily drive a CAD U37. It's a bit expensive on Amazon now, But goes on sale all the time. I picked mine up for $35, been rock solid for a few years now.
  13. Sounds to me like a board failure, I would suggest contacting Gigabyte about that since it's only a year old, Either that or trying a different board if you have a friend on Ryzen as well. (Thank you AMD for backwards compatibility!!)
  14. Honestly, Since I can still access Gravity, I think I'm just going to back it up and re-install. This poor pi routinely racks up over 100 days of uptime. Best use of a pi ever.
  15. Neat that i'm on a different screen, But still not helpful when I can't change the password. Since when did raspbian stop booting to a command line? I'm confident i've never changed this either, Still default pi & raspberry
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