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Flavio hc 16

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About Flavio hc 16

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  • CPU
    i7 4970k 4.8 ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gygabyte z97 gaming 7
  • RAM
    32 gb fury x 2133mhz
  • GPU
    2x palit jetstream 980ti
  • Case
    Moddded core p3
  • Storage
    4t hdd+ 1.5 tb ssd
  • PSU
    1000w rmi

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  1. old msi gpu ( i don't even remeber the model)
  2. yeap, and IMHO all of this is linked to the fact that ddr5 will arrive in 2022 instead of 2021, amd want to squeeze only 1 architecture instead of 2 before a radical change in platform + 5 nm process, they can say that this year will be without major cpu launches as the coronavirus pandemic "delayed them"
  3. Tesla will still shit on them, 3 order of magnitude or even more of data, and better real data from all over the world, it doesn't need an expensive, huge and hugly lidar and they have the best autonomous driver chip on the market ( I'm not saying this, Nvidia does). I agree with Musk, which thinks that lidar is the winning card will be doomed to fail.
  4. oh's not bad, but a food "top of the line" mobo with no usb c in 2020? yikes
  5. The Crysis timeline starts on August 14, 2020. I'm just sayin'. It would be dope if it released in that date ( it will never happen sadly)
  6. this will be a multipurpose vehicle, and the delta 4, even though is an older rocket, still cost 400 milions, and the others are not that far in cost/kg to orbit. ANd the cost per launch is still 7 milions for 100 tons, it means 70$/ kg, it means that for 5k you can go to orbit and get back, right now you pay around 50 milions for that.
  7. consider that with falcon 9 the economy of scale is already lowering their building cost a ton ( falcon 9 cost: 30 milions for 20 tons to orbit, delta 4 heave 400 milions for 30 tons of payload)
  8. they will refuel it in orbit using space tankers, to give you an idea: ( it is the very old design) What is spectacular about this is not about the dimensions (?) but about the fact that is going to be fully reusable, planned launch cost is around 6-7 milions/ launch for 100 tons paiload. the shuttle did cost 500 milions for 30 tons. When it will fly, and the economy of scale will kick in, this rocket will change humanity in way we can't even immagine. I dare to say that in the distant future this might be recognised as another " year 0" in history
  9. is on an elliptical trajectory around the Sun that will have as higher and lower point mars' and earth's orbits respectively
  10. 8-10k $ range imho, especially if you consider it has even full dci-p3 coverage
  11. i would love this beast of a cooler mounted on a 1080ti, and with the ftw3 design
  12. No usb type c? it's a nono for me, and it's a shame, it looks gorgeous
  13. we have more and more ints that the 7nm zen 2/+, whatever they want to call it, will have a 6 core per ccx package, so we will see ryzen 7 with 12 cores ( and imho r5 will be 8/16 and r3 4/8), threadripper with 24 cores and Epic with 48 cores
  14. there is a mistake in the gpu clock: is 1.172, not 1.72, i would love to see polaris clock that high, it would kill nvidia
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