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Mira Yurizaki

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  1. Mira Yurizaki

    Would 32 GB memory bottleneck a i5-9600k?

    If you're typical usage is such that you're constantly running out of RAM, then yes, you'll probably need more. Otherwise, there's no real point.
  2. Mira Yurizaki

    Sata 6GBS Disabled? HELP!

    M.2 and SATA are storage drive interfaces. The Samsung 970 connects to the M.2 slot. The HDD will connect to the SATA. You can use both as long as you don't connect the HDD to a disabled SATA port (figure which ports are disabled from your motherboard's manual)
  3. Mira Yurizaki

    Sata 6GBS Disabled? HELP!

    It means exactly that. If you install something in the M.2 slot, you can't use two of the SATA ports. EDIT: If you want a more technical explanation, the chipset has a number of ports peripherals can connect to. It's just that the M.2 slot and two SATA ports use the same chipset ports but they can't share it.
  4. Using Python 2.7 test_values = [0x7b, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x7d, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x77, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00] for x in xrange(0, len(test_values), 4): int_value = 0 int_value |= test_values[x] int_value |= (test_values[x+1] << 8) int_value |= (test_values[x+2] << 16) int_value |= (test_values[x+3] << 24) # Do something with int_value But the general idea applies anywhere.
  5. I don't know what you mean by "CPU state", but turbo boost settings have to be done through a third party tool if it's not accessible in BIOS.
  6. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    The difference is when the government makes a request to companies. US companies can refuse a request of the government without the government making it harder to do business within it. Nothing significant, or at least public, came against Apple for refusing the FBI's request to remove the "self destruct" feature of the iPhone if too many wrong guesses were made to unlock it. The allegation is that companies operating in China will comply with government requests, otherwise the government will make sure the company has a hard time doing business in the country.
  7. Mira Yurizaki

    Windows file copy slow

    What was your last SSD?
  8. Mira Yurizaki

    Windows file copy slow

    However it's accessing the same file (so the SSD knows exactly where to look) and it's not touching the file system after the test file was created. Copying files around touches the file system for every file copied.
  9. Mira Yurizaki

    Windows file copy slow

    But again, 4K benchmark tests do not account for file system processing overhead. You can tell robocopy to use more threads to speed up the process: https://pureinfotech.com/robocopy-multithreaded-file-copy-windows-10/
  10. Yes. If you don't set the maximum processor power state to 100%, the processor doesn't turbo boost.
  11. Mira Yurizaki

    Supported memory clock speeds of CPU?

    It's showing up as $1550 on my end. Soooo, likely an autogenerated price.
  12. Mira Yurizaki

    Windows file copy slow

    Well, higher file count results in file system processing overhead tanking the transfer rate. Benchmarks doing 4K testing doesn't reflect this since it's accessing the same file. What happens if transfer a single file of relatively large size (say 1 GiB)?
  13. Mira Yurizaki

    Windows file copy slow

    How many files are you transferring?
  14. Mira Yurizaki

    Supported memory clock speeds of CPU?

    The recommended price for the E5-2609 is $299, the E5-2670 is at $1550.
  15. Mira Yurizaki

    Supported memory clock speeds of CPU?

    Yes. Besides that, the speed at which the RAM operates at is dictated by the motherboard. You can, but it's not ideal. See the third post (or second answer) at https://serverfault.com/questions/650426/two-different-intel-xeon-e5-24xx-on-one-dual-socket-motherboard.
  16. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    Those small fry companies usually contract the bigwigs for their manufacturing.
  17. If you wanted to get a reference point, is it fair to let a GPU that has boost clock capabilities to be benched with said boost speeds enabled?

     

    Because boost speeds are variable and aren't exactly guaranteed.

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    2. Dan Castellaneta

      Dan Castellaneta

      I personally would just lock the card to its standard speed just for consistency and then denote that your frame rates may be higher or lower, depending on if your GPU clocks up for a short period.

    3. Mira Yurizaki

      Mira Yurizaki

      @Mr. horse "OCing" any part these days usually means raising the boost clock limit. If you are actually OCing the part, you would be changing the base clock speed from stock.

       

      Turbo boosting is not supposed to be guaranteed. Base clocks are guaranteed, provided the hardware is operating within the manufacturer's specifications.

    4. TopHatProductions115

      TopHatProductions115

      Lock it to stock clocks, like @Dan Castellaneta says. Either that, or set a range that goes from stock to 250MHz above stock. most GPUs can probably handle that.

  18. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    They could, but then they'd lose out on economic power.
  19. Mira Yurizaki

    Supported memory clock speeds of CPU?

    Advertised RAM speeds are what the RAM can go up to. That's it.
  20. Mira Yurizaki

    difference with Factory OC vs User manual OC

    If anything, factory overclocks will boost the base speed which is supposed to be the "guaranteed" speed. But this is probably pointless anyway. For example my video card has a factory base overclock of 1700 MHz, where as the stock base clock is 1600 MHz. This is a measely 6% increase. On top of that, turbo boost speeds for GPUs are set such that it'll clock as fast as it can until it hits some limit. My video card routinely hits 1950 MHz despite being advertised as having a boost speed of 1850 MHz
  21. The phone's frame of reference is against the Earth, assuming you're not moving either. Which means anything it detects will be relative to Earth, not relative to outside of it. The only way to detect if the Earth is moving is to use another frame of reference. Otherwise you don't need the Earth to figure out if you can detect velocity of a moving body while in/on it. Try to figure out the velocity of a car while riding in it once it gets to a constant speed.
  22. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    Most manufacturing firms are owned by Taiwanese companies. So the only way for that to actually happen is for a bad agent to slip into them and do it themselves because the company sure as hell isn't going to condone it (unless there's a plot twist)
  23. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    China has no authority over Taiwanese companies. Taiwan is independent from China. It's like asking if Kim Jong Un can tell Samsung to put backdoors in their hardware
  24. Mira Yurizaki

    What EXACTLY did Huawei do?

    Because those chips are made at TSMC, or Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Taiwan also claims they're "China", much like how in the Koreas, there is no "North Korea" or "South Korea", they both say they're "Korea"
  25. Mira Yurizaki

    I don't get why i have less fps

    Windows schedules tasks based on availability. If there's say only 4 threads on average to pass around and the other CPU threads aren't doing anything else, Windows will likely spread the load around throughout all of the threads rather than concentrate them onto as few as possible. So no, adding more cores/threads won't solve the problem. It's a software design/implementation problem if this is the case.
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