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About Nineballo

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  • Biography
    Hamburgers taste good


  • CPU
    i5 8600k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte z370 gaming 7
  • RAM
    3200mhz Gskill trident z rgb
  • GPU
    Gigabyte 1070 ti windforce
  • Case
    NZXT s340 elite hyperbeast
  • Storage
    500gb sshd and 160gb hdd both stolen from dead rigs
  • PSU
    650w EVGA g3(I think?)
  • Display(s)
    benq xl2536
  • Cooling
    Deep cool gammexx gt
  • Keyboard
    Razer black widow v2
  • Mouse
    Razer mamba tournament edition
  • Sound
    DT 990 Pro 250ohm limited edition
  • Operating System
    Win 10 pro (kmspiko)

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  1. Yea it can short something if its metal
  2. Hmm that sucks i always thought those trading algorithms were automatic, guess it makes sense for security reasons though... Im gonna wait and see if anyone else knows...
  3. I want to make an application that can buy and sell a specific stock for practice/personal project and i have no clue where to start with the transaction side of things. Could anyone point me in the right direction. The answer would preferably be with c++ or node.js but can be python or another language, I want to learn something else anyways...
  4. This would be my first hackintosh, so mind my inexperience. I want to load some form of macos on a chromebook currently running windows... It has a Celeron 3205U and 4GB of ddr3 has anyone had any luck getting this config to run correctly. I know that celerons have issues and that in general some configs just dont work.
  5. Anyone know of any preferably free web interfaces for pm2 or a similar tool? I wanna move all my processes from screen instances to a proper process manager and was hoping to find a good web gui for ease of access when i'm using a phone or something. All the ones i find are like 4 years old and wont install anymore... and i don't wanna pay $80/m for pm2 plus.
  6. For anyone in the future, I ended up turning the object into a string with JSON.stringify(obj) saving it to redis, and whenever I wanted it I just did JSON.parse(result) on the saved object/result to turn it back into an object.
  7. I use a redis database in my program for simple key storage and I wanted to move my .json log file to the redis server for simplicity sake. My question is, how do you store nested objects in redis?
  8. Alrighty, well worth a try. I will pick up a bigger internal drive sometime soon and until then with roll my 1gb free space and a usb
  9. I have windows installed on a Chromebook with 16GB internal storage and I have about 1-2GB of free space with nothing installed... Now I have a 64GB low profile USB key I would I like to use in raid 0 with the 16 GB of internal storage. Would this be possible, or will windows not accept it? I know I know raid 0 bad especially with removable drives but until I get my hands on a bigger ssd for it im stuck with this. Unless anyone knows how to make an internal disk show up as a system disk, that might also work.
  10. its usually a mix of copper, aluminum and occasionally nickel I believe for cpu coolers if that's what you are looking for (never specified specifically what your asking for but im assuming "all" is a cooler?). maybe I misread please correct me if i did
  11. I have no knowledge of docker/how pterodactyl works and for this reason I'm coming here, could someone make this dockerfile compatible with the panel? Thanks ahead of time, if you have any questions just ask I’ll be checking this post every now and again.
  12. This is the problem: |---Onboard amp---Headphone (profile?) Physical port-----| |------------------------------line out (profile?) it reads this one port as two ports when its being used and defaults the plugged in status to "line out" so the volume is basically a whisper when using headphones. Its not really setting saving cause its meant to select the plugged in device. its 4am so if i don't respond i fell asleep :)
  13. you can tune the voltages to what your specific chip needs. It's only 2-3 degrees but yea. All core turbo/(mce i think) = all core oc/Normal oc Normal turbo < all core oc/Normal oc