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About Cinnabar Sonar

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    https://twitter.com/cinnabarsonar

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  • Location
    Uranus
  • Interests
    Video games, technology, cats.

System

  • CPU
    Threadripper 1920x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS x399 a
  • RAM
    Gskill 3200
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080
  • Case
    beQuiet dark base pro 900
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 evo 250 GB
  • PSU
    EVGA P2 850w
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62

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  1. Happy Birthday!!!

  2. I just got acetone all in my mouth.

    And I thought the rubbing alcohol is bad.  This shit is NASTY. 

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    2. ARikozuM

      ARikozuM

      At least it wasn't another white and/or clear substance?

    3. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @WereCat The container had a very strong seal on it.  So I used my mouth to twist it open.

      I didn't know that it was under slight pressure.

       

      @ARikozuM That very well might have been more pleasant.

    4. ARikozuM

      ARikozuM

      Today I learned: Cinna has ranked a particular liquid for "accidental" consumption purposes...

  3. https://www.speedrun.com/sm64

     

    I'm bringing this up, because I stumbled upon cheese05's world record speedrun, and i'm watching it right now.

    Around the 6 minute mark, he talks about being gay, and how people get surprised when they hear that the world record holder of Super Mario 64 is gay.

     

    Honestly, I find someone's sexual preference to be irrelevant when it comes to stuff like that.

    What I have learned in life, is to expect the unexpected.

     

    Not sure where I am going with here, but meh.

    1. Ryan_Vickers

      Ryan_Vickers

       

      Seriously though, yeah, not relevant at all xD I'm sure no one's surprised like "wow, I never thought a gay person could be good at super mario" though, I'd guess it's unexpected just because it's somewhat uncommon, like "oh, you have a helicopter license?", or "oh you've done charity work in Africa?" or something - an interesting anecdote that, while it has absolutely nothing to do with the topic, is a fact that sets you apart from the crowd just a bit.

  4. 32 core Threadripper may have a 250 watt TDP.

    That's not surprising, but Jesus Christ...

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    2. Dan Castellaneta

      Dan Castellaneta

      Yeah, I'm sure overclocked, it's going to scale far less linearly than the 1700 or something OC'd.

    3. Ryan_Vickers

      Ryan_Vickers

      it's important to know what you mean by that.  power should theoretically scale linearly with core count, at the same voltage, but of course it would be steeper with voltage increases

    4. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @Ryan_Vickers From my experience, Threadripper scales rather steep.  I'm not too surprised due to the sheer amount of cores.

      But yeah, a small voltage bump gives higher temp increases than i'm used to.

  5. 2:18PM

    Came back to @LinusLateTips spamming the status updates.

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    Why spiders, why do you betray me!?

    The contract was that I don't fuck with you, and you eat all the flys.

    Nowhere in there does it state that you can make your webs on the security cameras!

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    2. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @Windows7ge The led's spectrum is large enough where some of the visible red bleeds in.
      So you can actually see the led's.  Very dark red.

       

      My guess is that the led's generate a good amount of heat.

      I would assume that a cold blooded creature would appreciate that.

    3. Windows7ge

      Windows7ge

      I'm aware that we can see it just a tiny bit but I'm wondering if spiders can see it significantly more. Alternatively heat would be another good reason for it to want to hug the camera.

    4. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @Windows7ge From the minimal research that I did, spiders can see ultraviolet light, but not infrared.

      Neither does flys, or other insects that spiders commonly eat.

       

      So my guess is either the warmth, or the cameras make a good wind break, due to them having a plastic shade over them.

      Or both.

  7. 0e40fb_5008808.thumb.jpg.84d8e6e525e7788780af758d4081a5f7.jpg

     

    THIS.  This is EXACTLY why all modern games are filled with tutorials now.

    Holy shit.  This is fucking funny, and infuriating at the same time.

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    2. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      If these people were having trouble with shinesparking or wall jumping, I would understand.
      But this is the fucking morph ball.  YOU PUSH DOWN TWICE!  DOWN BUTTON TWICE!  WHEN CROUCHING!

    3. WereCat

      WereCat

      Its not just about where he has to go... but about how to beat some enemies, usually bosses

    4. LordOTaco

      LordOTaco

      The best one yet.

       

      maxresdefault.jpg&f=1

  8. I have gotten so many commission requests.

    I feel bad, but I deny them, since my current job pays me rather well, and the shit that I make takes time to create.

     

    I don't feel bad for those who offer me exposure though.  Seriously, fuck those guys.

    Give me money, or GTFO.

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    2. Cinnabar Sonar
    3. Densetsu

      Densetsu

      I don't use "bro" when I'm not trolling, lol....

    4. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @Densetsu If you want me to model something, it's going to be expensive.

      If you want me to print existing models, It would depend on the material, as well as some other variables.

  9. Super Mario Sunshine.

    Watermelon escort missions...  Well, at least it's different?

    1. LordOTaco

      LordOTaco

      Yo fuck those missions

  10. Strange, I now refer to myself in my head as Cinnabar, and not my birth name.

    It has been like that for a few months, but I guess that's how I see myself now.

    1. WereCat

      WereCat

      I'm more confused by the fact that you refer to yourself in your head with a name instead of "me" or "I".

       

      In my case, people rarely call me with my name.

      Friends call me Mačkodlak or Mačko in short which means WereCat.

       

      Then English speaking people call me either WereCat if I'm using that nickname in games or forums, but if I use Mackodlak then they just call me Mack.

       

      And colleagues in work rarely call me by my name, instead they call me Kalimero.

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    Thank you mom, for sending me this message without any context.

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    2. Techstorm970

      Techstorm970

      Whip toy diabla?!

      WTD?!

    3. Jtalk4456

      Jtalk4456

      ok i tried diabla toy first and found some transformers toys, i guess that's a character. Then I added whip and got nothing useful. I'd say your mom has some explaining to do

    4. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar

      @Jtalk4456 In Spanish, an o at the end makes it masculine, while an a at the end makes it feminine.

      Chico means boy, while chica means girl.

       

      Diablo means devil in spanish, so diabla means she devil.

      Which is the direct translation.

       

      Why did I name a cat she devil?  She didn't fear fire when she was young.  She still doesn't.  That's why.

      Many of our cats have Spanish names.

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