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roid

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About roid

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  • Birthday 1991-01-01

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    thehemroids
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    http://steamcommunity.com/id/fizzles/

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    Mordor
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    Student

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  • CPU
    Intel i5 3570k @4200
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    ASUS P8Z77-V LK
  • RAM
    8gb Crucial Ballistix @1600
  • GPU
    Evga GTX 660 TI x2 SLI
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    Corsair C70
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    WD Black 1TB, Samsung 830 126GB SSD, Kingston V300 120gb
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    Corsair HX850
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    ASUS 2ms 24inch 1920x1080
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    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 13
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    Razer Naga 13
  1. I am a novice when it comes to networking, I have been banging my head on my desk trying to configure out this network. My theory was to have a block of public ips to statically assign to individual routers in my network. I need more than one public ip because I need to use ports 80 and 443 for multiple servers. Comcast provided me with a wireless gateway Cisco DPC3939B (wireless+dhcp+bridge off) which I connect two Linksys EA8300 routers to WAN statically assigning each router its own public ip from the block. Each router is connected to the same network via LAN. Router 1 with Public IP ..***.193 is forwarding all ports correctly. Router 2 with Public IP ..194 forwards all ports except ports 80 & 443 correctly. The gateway is allocating the public Ips correctly. I have disabled both firewalls and dhcp servers on each Linksys EA8300 router and enabled NAT on both. How do I get Router 2 to correctly forward ports 443 and 80? Thank you for any help on this in advance.
  2. roid

    Got The Itch To Learn How To Code/Program

    I would suggest learning C language first learn the good ole non-object oriented programming first then move onto object oriented, but if you like to jump right into classes and objects then Java and C++ are great to begin with. And heres a link to most programming language free books on github: (link that is below are all the english books there are tons of other books in other languages as well) https://github.com/vhf/free-programming-books/blob/master/free-programming-books.md
  3. Hey I just built a mini itx pc and has worked pretty well in the past week with a few exceptions. Heres my setup: Motherboard- Asus P8h61-i r2.0 http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-P8H61-I-R2-0-Intel-Motherboard/dp/B00906G97I RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231476 PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 750G1 750W ATX12V http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K85X2A2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 CPU: i5 3570k http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007SZ0E1K/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 GPU: Evga 750ti SC edition SSHD: WD Black2 Dual Drive http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GSJ9X4Q/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Case: coolermaster elite 110 OS: win7 home premium 64 bit (installed OS on SSD portion of dual drive in AHCI). Computer runs well with internet browsing, watching netflix, things that dont require much load. However, when I play games my Black2 creates a lot of noise especially at high loading times in the game. The game stutters for a half second then goes back to normal and repeats. I am pretty sure its my Black2 thats causing the issue, I just want to see what your guys input is on this before doing a whole fresh OS install. I have tried a couple of tests on my ram, and sshd to see if any errors pop up however none did after running memtest and WD's data lifeguard diagnostics. I also monitored FPS (always above 60) and the temperature of my cpu during high load times and it never went high enough to be causing any issues.The second issue im having is with my motherboard and ram, in bios my ram frequency is at 1600mhz and have two XML profiles for 2133mhz but both profiles fail to load after reboot.I have tried updating my bios to latest release but that did squat. Thank you for any help on these problems.
  4. roid

    Anime recommendations?

    Samurai Champloo Psycho Pass Trigun
  5. Bacardi 151 or anything higher than 70% alcohol content works pretty well.
  6. F2p MMOS= Pay to Win F2p MOBAS (Dota2, Smite) = Pay to look cool Paying anything for a f2p game= dumb
  7. roid

    Controllers for gaming?

    Been using a wirelress 360 controller on my pc for couple years now best basic controller imo for pc gaming, mostly all steam controller compatible games run great on it. I know razer has a PC controller which ive heard is pretty good as well the sabertooth http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-controllers/razer-sabertooth, however its not wireless.
  8. roid

    Do you like vanilla?

    vanilla flavor or vanilla (the original) of a game? Both are good
  9. Good question, 10 GH ASIC is merely a waste of money at this point in BTC mining, 10GHs would yield 0.66$ USD per day and you would not see a return on your $300 investment in more than a year of mining. The butterfly ASIC that has 300 GH/s avaliable for preorder is 1.5k USD would yeild $20 a day at the current BTC block difficulty and price per coin, however BTC is a very volitiale currency at this early stage and could always go down in value and BTC block difficulty is continuously rising. If you invested 1.5k today and BTC went down to 300$ or the block difficulty increased tremendously before recieving the 300 GH ASIC it would take a long time to see a return/profit in your investment. These ASICs are not warrantied or manufactured to the extent as well known GPU manufactures, if BTC collapsed then your 1.5k ASIC would merely be a useless piece of hardware. At the current rate and difficulty of BTC you would yeild 20$/day and ~$600/month with 300 GHs, so it would take about 3 months for you to see a profit. An alternative investment would be to spend ~$400 for a BTC mobo/ram/cpu/USB risers/PSU (PM me if you want to know my Mining Rig builds for this price) and then $400+ more for a 280x or 290, 290x gpus toward mining scrypt and scpryptN, scrpytjane algorithm coins. All these components would come with warranties and also good resell value, along with good gaming potential unlike ASICs would. Instead of paying 1.5k toward an ASIC that would yield you $20/day with sha256 BTC mining, you could buy a mining rig that would yield about $15/day ~.025 btc/day which isnt really that good compared to previous months and is very volatile towards the value of btc. At the current status of BTC block/value compared to scrypt/value I suppose the 300GH ASIC would yield more of a profit for the amount of money you invest in hardware, however you need to account for the product's durability, warranties, and resell value. If it comes down to a cryptocurrency collapse then I would feel much better owning GPUs from manufactures such as MSI,Gigabyte, EVGA, etc. over ASIC manufactures that have no resell value if BTC or cryptocurrency as a whole plummets. Im not saying it will ever collapse, but its better to prepare for such a thing when investing a lot of money.
  10. roid

    2x R9 290 mining

    Ya USB risers are good for this to separate each card from one another to decrease temps and just blowing a window fan or something on it is a pretty easy and cheap solution.
  11. roid

    problem cudaminer?

    I have the same msi tf 750ti and these things can be oc'd hardcore. I only went up +150 core clock and +600 mem. I haven't tried going further yet but I'm guessing you can push it a lot more than that. My temps are top 72c and 52% fan speed.
  12. The only scrypt asics I have seen being sold at this time are the gridseed ones with only ~350kh/s for ~$250 each. The only nice thing about these are the power consumption is supposedly 6watts. However I would never buy an ASIC dealers are sketch and I bet they aren't manufactured well or come with a warranty so Id still invest in gpus which have other potentials like gaming and good resell value. So getting back to your initial question your 280x will get 50% less hash rate with the scrypt jane and nscrypt algorithms, however this all depends on the nfactor. Most scrypt-Jane coins are on the 10th and 11th nfactor at this moment but at nfactors of 1-9 you would get pretty high hash rates, so pretty much the lower the nfactor the higher the hash rate, but this is always proportional to the difficulty of the block. So for example a scrypt jane coin with nfactor of 10 changes to nfactor 11 would reduce the coins net hash rate by about 50% and cause the difficulty of the blocks to cut in half as well so after the Change you'd still be mining the same amount of coins. Overtime tho the nfactor will be so high that CPUs would be more productive/efficient in mining the high nfactor scrypt jane coin. Nfactor scrypt coins are a little different, such as vertcoin. With a scrypt nfactor of 2048 you'd get about 50% less hash rate compared to regular scrypt and 50% less for each nfactor increase. Like scrypt jane tho the net hash is proportional to difficulty so you'd still be mining the same amount of coins before the nfactor change.Sha-3 or keccak algorithm is a little different the only coin I mined with the keccak algorithm was maxcoin when it was released. I got about 100x more hash rate on that algorithm with my gpus but like every other coin hash rate is all proportional to the coins block difficulty, the amount of block reward, and the price of each coin. Heres a list of non scrypt/sha256 coins: https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/302-other-algo-cryptocoins/
  13. Multipools are getting hit hard right now, because most scrypt coins are implementing the new kimotos gravity well difficulty changer which adjusts difficulty every block so if a Multipool jumps on a scrypt coin with low difficulty the next block will increase significantly in difficulty and make it very less profitable. Scrypt coins will continue to be profitable but like others have said mining a single coin probably is best over a Multipool. Op-700khs is pretty good should get about .006-.008btc a day with that hash rate if you pick your coins right.
  14. I am pretty sure its a hold on all withdrawals e.g. btc/ltc/usd all currencies , so you can buy as much btc as you want but cant transfer it out of mt.gox atm. Some people have said they have bought thousands of dollars worth of btc at this low rate-- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=470492.0 but if mt.gox goes bankrupt they'll probably never see their investment. Mt. Gox is going to take a huge hit from this glitch in their software, most btc business is going to go from gox to other big exchanges like bitstamp, coinbase, and btc-e. I am guessing it will take a long time for mt.gox to recuperate from this incompetence in their company might even take years to get back to the status where they were at. Could be worth it..http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1yh9mr/are_your_usds_stuck_on_mtgox_congratulations/
  15. 1. Never said Brain Armstrong is affiliated with bitstamp nor bistamp is affiliated with coinbase, please re-read post thoroughly. 2. Brain Armstrong co-founded coinbase.com a corporation in San Francisco. Law in California currently is no currency other than the United States dollar is prohibited for use including Bitcoin. Source: http://bitcoinmagazi...galize-bitcoin/ as i stated in my initial post. You are welcome to invest or deal with a company that exchanges a currency other than USD in Calififornia, but at anytime the state can legally shutdown that company. 3. Never said BTC-E was affiliated with Russia, please re-read initial post, I said the owner who has not identified himself was traced back as someone from Russia. Also have heard numerous complains about the customer service situation there therefore I suggested not to use BTC-E as an exchange site. http://bittrust.org/btc-e, http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1rf0bh/warning_btce_selectively_scamming/, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=366785.0, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=146117.0, A lot more people have had bad experiences than people who have had decent/good experiences, the exchange has horrible ratings and customers have reported dealing with them for more than a few months. If I was a newcomer buying btc I would never go to an exchange with this bad of a reputation no matter how old or big it is, period. Mt. Gox was one of the first and biggest btc exchanges and now look at them, despicable. http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/19/5425220/protest-at-mt-gox-bitcoin-exchange-in-tokyo#ooid=Rva2txazo1GH2XzrYlNjeeewP6tBXF6Y 4. Technically China can still trade btc, but cannot convert it into the Yuan." But then the People’s Bank of China, responding to what it says was a wave of consumer concerns, declared in December that Bitcoin wasn’t a recognized currency and shouldn’t be used in the market, prompting Baidu and other Chinese firms to stop taking it as payment. As the extent of the real-world ban became clear, the price of a Bitcoin dropped to $345 on BTC China." Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kashmirhill/2014/01/06/china-bites-into-bitcoin/ 5. Now regarding Russia and btc, its pretty much the same ordeal as China.-“Russia’s official currency is the ruble. The introduction of other types of currencies and the issue of money surrogates are banned,” the statement says, meaning that cryptocurrencies - the most popular of which is bitcoin - cannot be used by Russian citizens or corporations. Source: http://rt.com/business/bitcoin-russia-use-ban-942/ 6. When dealing with money with an investment such as btc its is always a smart decision to take the time to learn about who you are dealing with and any governmental conflicts that may arise. From my own experience with law and foreign countries with their own regulations I would not suggest to invest in a company that is conflicting with their government's law or view on their business. In my opinion and own common sense I invest my money in a more safe company that has no complications or a extremely large amount of customer complaints and issues. 7. Nothing I have said is misleading or inviable information, everything I have noted is supportive and suggestive in choosing a good exchange over a bad one.
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