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rockking1379

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About rockking1379

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1994-03-25

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    @rockking1234567

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Wyoming
  • Interests
    Programming, Gaming, Raising my kids
  • Occupation
    OTR Truck Driver

System

  • CPU
    FX-8350
  • Motherboard
    MSI 970-G46
  • RAM
    G.SKILL RipJaws X 16GB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 970 ACX 2.0 4GB
  • Case
    Carbide 300R
  • Storage
    480GB Corsair Neutron XT, 256GB ADATA SP900, 120GB Kinston V300
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850
  • Display(s)
    acer V213HL(2)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i GT
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2013
  • Mouse
    Razer Taipan
  • Sound
    onboard
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 64-Bit

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  1. rockking1379

    Mobile Kepler support to end by April and Killing 3D Vision

    I didn’t use nvidia 3D vision. However I did have a buddy who has a decent gaming pc back then. And I had bought the 240Hz PlayStation tv. So we tried BF3. It was cool but gave both of us massive headaches very fast
  2. rockking1379

    Halo: Master Chief Collection coming to PC

    I’ll accept even a one to two month delay for the new halo.
  3. rockking1379

    SQL vs MySQL - any difference?

    this is a unfortunate limitation of SQLite. which i love very much. i had a project though that had multiple client locations and because of the IT department had to be run entirely serverless. SQLite worked but the db file was synced over the network file server. our work around was to open the file, run the command, and then close the connection. this mostly worked. file system and how the OS handles files plays a big role in concurrency. one thing we found was reading the file actually wasnt the issue. it was having more than one person trying to write to it.
  4. rockking1379

    New iPod Touch might be in the works for 2019

    Even the text part is only limited to SMS and calls to cellular. iPod touch supports FaceTime Audio and iMessage. Which in my family at least covers the important contacts for my kids.
  5. rockking1379

    New iPod Touch might be in the works for 2019

    When my oldest was 6 I gave her an iPhone 5C my family had just lying around. My fiancé’s family gave me so much shit about it. Particularly her grandma. Until I told her all the controls I and limitations that had been placed on the device. She shut up after that. My middle child is 6 now and I’ve considered getting him an iPod touch. Since it would let him use FaceTime to contact me long as he has WiFi
  6. rockking1379

    Sony Announces The PlayStation Classic

    For real! Had to find controllers and now finding games since those got lost over the years. But I’m glad the console it self runs. Do need to clean the power and lid release buttons though. They bind and stick a bit.
  7. rockking1379

    Sony Announces The PlayStation Classic

    I have my smaller PS1 from my childhood and my 8 and 5 year old now play one it.
  8. I bought one for my daughter on sale for 12 shipped. The steam link that is. She actually enjoys playing Lego games on it
  9. rockking1379

    Massive Apple refresh maybe on the way

    Exactly what it gets used for. She wants to look something up. Or I just need to check email. It’s great to always have it ready.
  10. rockking1379

    Massive Apple refresh maybe on the way

    I have an early 09 iMac that I get used super cheap and have been loving having it. I know crazy. But it’s the lower power machine I leave on constantly. I want a new one that’s a hard sell with the misses. Mac mini would hopefully be able to convince her being much “cheaper”
  11. rockking1379

    Massive Apple refresh maybe on the way

    The Mac mini is really what I’m interested in. I always consider it until I open the specs back up and realize it’s just...not good. A quad core would be happily welcome
  12. Personally I switched off Spotify to Apple Music because of iCloud family sharing. I already had a shared subscription for extra iCloud storage.
  13. rockking1379

    Help with my first Ubiquiti setup

    the lite over PoE variant gets recommended because of the CPU throughput. personally i opted for the PoE variant anyway and i have been really happy with it. but my ISP connection also cant saturate it and anything i do for LAN communication dont hit the router (pretty sure thats how that works anyway if both devices are on the same switch).
  14. rockking1379

    Spyro Remastered on PS4 and XBox

    Spyro on Xbox is just wrong.
  15. rockking1379

    Verizon to lock phones in spring

    same in Wyoming. Tmobile used to piggy back off the Union Wireless towers but that has recently went away as well
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