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About DaJakerBoss

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  • Birthday 2002-02-08

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Yee Howdy, Texas
  • Interests
    Legacy, Used, and Modern PC Building, Premiere Pro and After Effects, free video games, aesthetic phone/PC setups.
  • Biography
    I live in Texas, yee haw
    My friends take care of me, so through old machine parts and generosity I have a Dell Precision T3600 with a GTX 1050TI that I use to game, and it works plenty fine.
    I'll play most good free games, like CS:GO, Phantom Forces (don't @ me), and Apex legends
    I jailbreak every iPhone I touch mainly for aesthetic but also because I get some beneficial functionality I need.
    I toy with insider Builds cuz pretty
  • Occupation
    sitting around and fixing my friends' computers


  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E5-1650
  • Motherboard
    [Dell Precision T3600]
  • RAM
    32GB DDR3@1333MHz Samsung ECC RDIMM
  • GPU
    EVGA 1050TI SC
  • Case
    [Dell Precision T3600]
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB + SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB
  • PSU
    425W Precision T3600 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Late 2009 27" iMac in TDM
  • Cooling
    Dell Precision T3600 Stock + IC Graphite
  • Keyboard
    ROCCAT Vulcan AIMO
  • Mouse
    ROCCAT Kone AIMO (White)
  • Sound
    Sony WF-1000XM3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 + some random ass Linux
  • Laptop
    HP Envy 13 from 2019 or something

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  1. I've got a bluetooth 4.0 adapter with some Sony WH-1000XM4's. It's pretty good for listening (I don't have a good DAC so it's the best I can do) but not that great for gaming as it has very poor spatial audio and a little bit of latency that's noticable if you really focus on it but not bad enough to be unplayable. I'd probably be willing to drop like $2-300 for a good DAC since the XM4's have a 3.5mm option
  2. holy shit you think this will work? https://www.amazon.com/BestEquip-Industrial-CW5000DG-Capacity-Thermolysis/dp/B0761S558B/ref=asc_df_B075F2JY97/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241968156672&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2731534559919556488&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9028824&hvtargid=pla-643905367667&th=1
  3. I think it had something to do with running over 150-200W through some piddly little wires to a little metal plate
  4. Now that I think about it, would it actually provide any help to run in a loop like: Chiller CPU Radiator (dissapate heat before it reaches chiller) Chiller Loop from there
  5. I'm saving up for a stupid ass system so i saw this video and i was like "this looks like a stupid-ass amazing time" and i have the benefit of just dropping in a radiator if/when the aquarium chiller doesn't work out, or even using both if need be
  6. See that's what I don't know about. Some coolers advertise 70W power draws (I think) like so: but most are only dealing with water that isn't constantly being raised to super-ambient temperatures especially where higher end ryzen can easily surge past 200W, so actually calculating this metric to ensure cooling is difficult
  7. yes this is stupid I'm aware I've been inspired by Linus' videon on chilling TR2 with an aquarium chiller: I've been looking at several options for chillers like this one and they range from small and quiet to large and beefy like the one Linux grabbed for around $500-600, is there any kind of size requirement or reccommendation as to which would work best or be able to hold somewhat stable? Obviously there's been no testing for this sort of thing but I guess I'm curious as to what the limit of chiller size would need to be to be somewhat effective for cooling a loop with something like a moderately overclocked R9 3900X at above or at ambient temperature. Bigger ones are appealing solely for the sake of being able to cool off much more effectively and maintain much cooler temperatures but for now I'm more concerned with maintaining ambient temps as I would have to research long-term solutions for insulation and anti-moisture build-up measures
  8. You think you know where I could find them? Scouring Amazon didn't get me anywhere
  9. So I'm using my phone as a VR headset because I got bored and made the runs for a Driver4VR setup, but as of right now I'm limited to a USB 2.0 13ft A to C cable. It works but I wanted to get a USB 3.0 cable at a similar length. As of now the only thing I've found is Oculus Link which is $80 like woah I tried a USB 3.0 A male to A female "active extension cable" at 16 feet but my phone wasn't recognized at that distance (with the phone's included USB 3 cable, OP 7 Pro) so it was immediately out of the picture, Is there any cable I can buy that's long and USB 3? Or is Oculus Link the only option
  10. I'm currently getting a nice Driver4VR budget VR setup going and I was hoping I'd be able to find some way to monitor the USB bandwidth usage and speeds of data transfer between my phone and my computer. I'm currently using a 13ft USB 2.0 cable on a 2.0 port with a Oneplus 7 Pro, and running iVRy we can fine-tune the details of the stream to have higher or lower resolution and bit-rate, but I'm worried that by the length and quality of the cable I may be actually maxing out the available bandwidth the cable or phone can provide. I'm assuming this is a highly unlikely situation given that USB 2.0 is rated for 480Mbps but I already had an issue with a 16 ft "active extension cable" for USB 3 simply not being able to carry enough bandwidth over that distance to provide a reliable connection to my phone so I'm worried my limits may be lower than the standard 2.0 spec So long story short, I wanted to see if there was some way I could monitor the bandwidth usage or data speeds of my USB devices so I could determine my data limits through testing. Are there any methods or programs for windows that can achieve this?
  11. okay but you need enough RAM to be able to use it which is unlikely seeing as most users stick with 16GB
  12. that's cool and all but like, at that point, I still cant see how it's useful for the average user. For me it'd be great because I can make img files of different installers and save them locally with no hassle but still even then it just really laks a use case
  13. there's tools that can turn your GPU RAM into ramdisks too, and it's really nothing special unless you have a highly specific use case for it that honestly I can only think of for one specific use. Not worth it imo.
  14. I've got a Xeon system and I've had this issue occur when I've used bad RAM before, what's currenty in your system?