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About Cvdasfg

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  • Birthday 1996-10-14

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X99 Extreme4 ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory
  • GPU
    Asus Strix OC 980ti
  • Case
    TX10 Dual motherboard. Caselabs <3
  • Storage
    850pro 500gb, 850pro 500gb, 850pro 256gb, WD black 16tb total, Silicon Power S60 120GB
  • PSU
    Supply: SeaSonic 1050W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
  • Display(s)
    Three of Asus VG248QE 144Hz 24.0" Monitor
  • Cooling
    Custom loop
  • Keyboard
    Razer DeathStalker Ultimate Wired Gaming Keyboard w/Touchpad
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Epic Wireless Laser Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro 64bit

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  1. Think I'm going to go with yours Genwyn, thanks!
  2. Ah interesting, wasn't aware of that. Thanks!
  3. Thanks everyone for the responses. I did mean Optical drive, poor wording on my part. Could integrated graphics support two monitors? I was going to assume we'd need a cheap GPU
  4. Hey everyone, thanks in advance for the help/suggestions. I've been out of the game for the past three years, so I appreciate all the advice. Location and Budget: 1k or less, USA Aim: Used professionally as a daily driver by people who are not familiar with computers. Responsiveness is most important. Will have between 20-30 tabs open at once, along with proprietary software running in the background. The occasional loading/manipulations of CAD drawings as well. Monitors: 1-2 monitors. Not included in price. Peripherals not included in price. price DOES have to include windows 10 pro My friend (Who I'm building this for) wants 512gb SSD, Optical Drive, and 16 gigs of ram. Everything else is up for debate Thanks!
  5. I mean you can technically learn the basics on anything even notepad or physical paper... It really depends on what your looking to get out of it.
  6. Your options are basically either buying a cheap use Mac, or renting one online somewhere. You could also try your hand at a non native language like Xamarin which would work for iOS.
  7. I've been an iOS Programmer for a couple years now. Swift is officially supported on Ubuntu, but you'll have a heck of a time getting it to actually work well. Depending on your use case this may be ok. I'd suggest either trying to find an older MacMini that would support it natively, or trying to build a hackintosh. Goodluck!
  8. This looks promising. Would these be the same reds that'd you would by separately?
  9. Redundancy is the most important to me. Speed is next. I'll be working coding / editing off of files on this so I wouldn't want it to be snail speed. Cost is a concern, but I do realize that it's going to be expensive no matter what for that much storage.
  10. I'm looking for the best hard drives for the bank, along with redundant concerns. I have 22 TB's of random hard drives between 128gb - 4tb sizes that are full, and need backed up. I've already built a freeNAS machine a couple years back which Is what I was planning on expanding. The freenas currently has two 4tb WD Red Pros inside. Any suggestions on the best size / type of HDD's to get?
  11. I'd also like to add Objectice-C Is an old iOS / macOS Programming language
  12. So I’ve been trying to figure this out for the past couple hours and can’t seem to do it.. Any of you have any suggestions? I have a function which I will be passing in an array of models. Each one of these models has an IP Address. For each one of these models I want to send that ip address to another function which will make a connection through SSH, reboot, and wait for it to come back online (I already have all that working). The problem is this only works if done in a one by one fashion, not async. The for in loop that goes through the array of models doesn't wait until everything is done before going to the next one. Any of you guys know of a way to wait until all these other functions are called / finished before moving on to the next thing in a for in loop?
  13. Even if you tell a miner they won't care, they flash cards all the time and should have no problem reflashing a card.. Cheaper for them.. win win
  14. "It just works" is what I see a lot of people say.
  15. I'm an iOS Developer, and have been for awhile. It basically comes down to what you want to learn first. With iOS Development if you plan on being any good you'll be learning Swift, Objective-C, JSON, XML, probably some C#.. Along with whatever database languages you decide to implement. Job Prospects are significantly fewer and further between with mobile development, BUT there also isn't as much competition. Almost every interview I've had they basically straight up told me they've had an insanely hard time finding anyone to fill the rolls. Feel free to PM me with any questions :).