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HiddenFox

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About HiddenFox

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-11-03

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Liverpool,UK
  • Biography
    Previous name was DoYouEvenPotato...
  • Occupation
    IT something

System

  • CPU
    3930K @ 4.5Ghz 1.33v
  • Motherboard
    MSI X79A-GD65 (8D)
  • RAM
    Hynix 8x4GB @ 11-11-11-26 1866Mhz
  • GPU
    Vega 56
  • Case
    Rackmount 4U
  • Storage
    Samsung 120gb Evo & Seagate 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750M
  • Display(s)
    BenQ 27" 1080p 72Hz (GL2760H)
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master 240mm AIO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 w/ MX Blues
  • Mouse
    Corsair SABRE
  • Sound
    Audio Technica Air 700
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. You could just overclock the 16gb kit to 3000Mhz. Best of both worlds, just make sure its samsung e-die.
  2. Banggood.com KZ ZS5's Amazing quality for the price.
  3. The fact that you didn't even check the task manager to see what the CPU was doing or even have GPU-Z or an overlay on the game to see what was happening was really disappointing. I was expecting Linus to attempt to optimise a game to get it to run better but he didn't even bother. Was it a core clock issue (most likely) was it a bandwidth limitation? Guess we will never know. Content is really lacking these days Linus. Probably the shallowest video I've seen to date. Disappointed
  4. I'd love Linus to make a 25ish minute video about AI assistance and what state where at in mid-2018. Google vs Alexa revisited, maybe the must-have essential accessories (smart plugs, nest, smart salt shaker? etc). Something in that area would be cool. Video ideas: Best Home Assistant in 2018? - Google vs Alexa (Would love a video on Mycroft AI or some talk about it) Smart Home Beginners Guide 2018 - Showing the essentials and basics of a smart home setup ( Smart Plugs, IFTTT, Nest and other items) That's all I can think of atm will edit if anything else pops into my mind.
  5. I've recently invested in a Chinese soldering station the 937D+ and I can tell you it is definitely worth the purchase to start off and then you can eventually go Hakko / JCB is you get serious about it. Check out the EEVBlog and other reviews on the products Good luck
  6. I have my custom built 4U server and it's just as quiet as a tower. Buy yourself a 4U case and rip those enterprise-grade fans out and get some noctua(s) instead. Planning to put my next main rig build in a rackmount and build a nice 12U rackmount cabinet under my desk. Make sure you look for a case that takes ATX power supplies it will save you the noise, pain and price of enterprise-grade power supplies. Need any help planning a build message me and i'll be happy to help! Good luck with your project!
  7. I couldn't find a Linus video about ZFS.. Hope this explains the whole RAID concept.
  8. Honestly, I recommend ZFS to everyone as it is truly amazing but if you're looking for a RAID I'd probably go with RAID 5.
  9. I have 2 GL2760H monitor's and the most I can push is 72 without shit getting mental.
  10. This point is the most obvious but I'd also like to say point 2 and 3 are also very valid
  11. I use my NAS for my storage only, I often copy my SD card to a folder on my editing pc and then once I'm finished, I put them on my NAS and upload jpegs to my google photos. Guess you need to find the right workflow that suits your style. Any question just quote me and I'll get back to you.
  12. This has always been a controversial topic but honestly, I'm glad something like this had been conducted. But also mentioned was this study was not aimed at children and young teenagers only at adults Source: https://www.york.ac.uk/news-and-events/news/2018/research/no-evidence-to-link-violence-and-video-games/
  13. You're on a tech enthusiast forum, not a sheep forum. Also because mainly the price added on for brand recognition... Don't get me wrong Apple is amazing if you're tightly engaged with their ecosystem (iPad,iPhone,iMac, MacBook etc) the experience is something you will be amazed by. But for the general consumer its windows laptops, PC's and an iPhone / Android
  14. So this should be simple for you web coders out there. How do I get this code / equivalent to run in the background of the webpage without a new window opening? function strobe_submit() { window.alert("Speed: " + speed_final + " Time: " + time_final); window.open("/strobe.php?time=" + time_final + "&speed=" + speed_final, '_blank'); } SOLUTION: function strobe_submit() { window.alert("Speed: " + speed_final + " Time: " + time_final); // USed for debug var xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); xmlhttp.open("GET", "/strobe.php?time=" + time_final + "&speed=" + speed_final, true); xmlhttp.send(); } Thanks, Kie.
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