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SeriuzBuzinez

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  • Birthday 1992-04-01

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    I'm Mr SeriuzBuzinez, Computer Science student, you can follow me on Twitter @SeriuzBuzinez
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  1. Sounds great, My question is: "How much of an advantage would I have over other competitors just by having a portfolio of work to show?"
  2. Freemake should have you covered, it's never let me down
  3. Benefits of PHP Open Source Easy to learn (So easy to find good free learning materials) Decent performance Runs on Linux (And many other OS) Tons of frameworks and probably what you need is already made for you!!! Disadvantages of PHP Performance can be better Always going to be slight security issues due to being Open Source Not the prettiest of languages at times At the end of the day this is just my opinion, everyone will have their own opinions and favourite language which they are most comfortable with, and even though I have had to use ASP.NET a lot more than PHP I would choose PHP if I had a choice because .NET just drives me up the wall, at the end of the day choose whatever you think is right for your situation.
  4. It's been only four months after parting with my hard earned money for a 32gb kit of Corsairs finest Dominator Platinum, although rather should I say they turned out not to be their finest as one of the modules broke which meant returning the whole kit, I didn't think this would be a problem as the product in question is only a few months old, and I had heard a lot of good feedback like "Corsair customer care is the best" and whilst I agree with that to some extent at the same time I feel it could be far better... The RMA process was pretty decent as it goes but nothing much different from any other business I have dealt with, you simply contact them, send them your invoice and they give you some documents for returning the product, however one big difference with Corsair is that you will be left paying the cost for their error as you will be expected to pay the postage for your new paper weight to be sent back to them for RMA, now I would agree that is fair enough for a product covered by the lifetime warranty that is over a year old, but for a product under a year old I think that is totally unacceptable, especially when I have to send it overseas which costs even more money than a standard shipping across the same country. Over the years I have had desktops, laptops and even stuff from eBay fail on me within a standard warranty period (usually 12 months) and I have never had to pay for the broken products to be sent back, that was all arranged and paid for by them, that is what I call excellent customer service, Corsair customer service is not excellent, it is not bad either as you can call them for free over Skype and they do offer lifetime warranty on various products but apart from this there is not really much else going for them. I am not saying Corsair should be paying the shipping costs because of the lifetime warranty, I wouldn't expect them to pay for the shipping if my five year old RAM broke even though it had a lifetime warranty, but I just think it makes sense to pay for the shipping for a defective product which is not even a year old and has developed a problem. At the end of the day I think Corsair needs to address this issue, because until they do I will not be dealing with them or any other company like this, and I will be making it aware to other people what they can expect should their premium priced products have a defect within the RMA. I am not a Corsair hater I have a few of their products but I just feel I have been shafted by poor quality and poor RMA and I don't want to see other people have to deal with this stuff. Will be good to hear your views / opinions on this, and if you have had any success getting Corsair to reimburse you for shipping costs.
  5. Exactly so we don't need stupid EU initiatives making this monitoring system mandatory, if people choose to want it then fine that's up to them but it shouldn't be made mandatory like how the EU wants it, the UK has said it don't mind it being optional but does not back having it as a mandatory solution... there is also a reason why there is no immigration cap for EU citizens, it is against the law for us to have one, and there is very little we can do about it and many other laws for our own country we can't even control, and at the end of the day the people of this country never got to have a say about any of this so we have a right to complain about it.
  6. Just another reason why Britain needs to leave the EU as fast as possible... How do we know they won't use this to invade our privacy???
  7. I literally only ran the test for a minute so something was obviously weird, anyway I pulled a stick out and no errors, and so far with all of the ram re-seated no errors but will do a 12 hour test to confirm this.... if it was something as stupid as the ram being unseated then geez hahaha
  8. Had some recent crashes so decided to test the ram (running Corsair Dominator Platinum kit) and as you can see from the memtest it is showing errors... just wondering though does this mean that there is a very good chance it is just my ram that is dodgy or that some other hardware could be causing the ram to fail?
  9. Thanks for the help think I will carry on bench-marking and in the meantime borrow a friends PSU so I am 100% sure that it's not the PSU causing it...
  10. Had my EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked for just under four months, it only coil whined during bench-marking... now recently I was getting all setup for StarCitizen dog fighting module so re-installed hanger module and once again got a lot of coil whine when playing it, but now it appears to be happening on games I used to play often and never had any coil whine what so ever. Don't think it is my PSU because it is brand new (Seasonic 1000w platinum series) Don't suppose anyone knows any way of improving the coil whine? At the moment I am keeping the benchmark running hoping it will eventually break in the GPU... I don't really want to take the water block off and RMA this but it's just so annoying!!!
  11. I know a few people with BT Infinity and one of them gets near enough exactly what they pay for, my other friend who lives in a student area close to his uni gets awful speeds which I assume is because they have too many subscribers in the area, they did say they was upgrading the network though so maybe he has faster speeds now, I had to choose a while ago and went with Virgin Media as they offered more for the same price and I always get over 100Mb and will be getting 150Mb sometime in may. Only downside with Virgin Media is the traffic management but that has only affected me once when I was downloading 10 movies at once, aside from that I use a VPN to hide my torrenting and they only manage you in the evening so people making a big deal over it are either downloading a hell of a lot of stuff, torrenting without a VPN or just crying about it without seeing for themselves that the majority of the time your hardly ever going to get throttled by them anyway, even when I was throttled 50Mb is still really fast and after an hour they restore the speed back if you cut back a bit.
  12. The build is finished for now (Finished a few weeks ago) been busy last few weeks so only just had time to post on the progress, overall it went well, will be improving the tubing and adding the second GPU and hard drives in the summer, until then I guess that is it for now!!! More photos on Flickr
  13. Thanks for the reply, I now have the four fans running at 1000rpm so now I feel a lot more comfortable knowing I should have plenty of headroom
  14. Thanks for the kind words!! Yeah I am going for a nice balance between silence and performance to be fair, I will probably overclock enough so I can easily keep the temps and sound low enough so it's quieter than the intel fan... which is really loud at the moment. I will probably get a fan controller later on down the line at the moment I can control the fan speeds through temperature levels in the BIOS but sadly it don't let you set the fans to a specific rpm... which I think it a bit silly but ohwell
  15. Oh yeah I forgot to mention my hardware Intel i7 4930k, GTX 780 Ti and will also be cooling the motherboard and my pump is XSPC Laing D5 Thanks for the advice, I guess I can only try it out and see what happens I suppose.
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