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Osiris199

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About Osiris199

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1989-09-01

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3700X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Strix X570-F Gaming
  • RAM
    16 GB G Skill Neo 3600
  • GPU
    Crossfire Sapphire R9 290 Vapor X OC
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    NZXT H710i
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo 250 GB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    Triple 1080p Samsung 24"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i Platinum RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Being a user of 2 290's for 6 years, I wouldn't recommend multi-gpu solutions anymore, since support barely exists anymore in modern games, and even then it's not guaranteed it works well at all. I'm waiting for the RTX 3000 series to upgrade to either a 2070 super or better. No more SLI or Crossfire for me anymore. Performance aside the limited airflow between the cards and the PSU, makes them run hotter and louder than normal. Yesterday they were running 52 and 58 degrees at idle. And those are Vapor Chamber cards. Which makes it harder to keep the CPU cool as well.
  2. They were considered dangerous, I suppose by how (un)reliable they were and probable gas toxicity. As you breath out the gas containing O2, N2 and CO2, the machine needs to add more gas (be it O2, air or He in trimix) for a next breath (in the normal 21% O2 volume). If the machine miscalculates the amount of gas or in which balance O2-N2-He or the scrubber doesnt function properly, you are prone to having too much or not enough O2, causing Hypoxy or Oxygen poisoning. This not counting any type of decompression. Another thing I dont like about this thing is the lack of any back up system. Every rebreather user I know has another ponybottle as a bail-out. This thing doesnt have any sort of mounting for anything.
  3. Kinda stupid design. Boyancy in a cave for example will be a nightmare. If I want a decent rebreather, I would still buy a Revo (if I had the money). Yes it is more bulky, but autonomy and range are much bigger and probably less trouble, like clearing the ears.
  4. When I bought the cards there was more support for it. Now I wouldn't recommend it anymore. There aren't enough games that support multi-gpu properly. Battlefield used to be a great game for crossfire in BF3, BF4 and hardline, But I can't get the second card working on BF1 and BFV anymore. It detected once in BF1, when I used it in Eyefinity mode but fps were too low to be practical. Now I would just stick with 1 card. Even though I spent 940 euros on both cards Right now a GTX 1080 is faster than what I have in perfect scaling. To be fair, I didnt test modern games lately, because I dont play them as often as I used to.
  5. Upgraded most the last 2 weeks 2600K -> 3700X H60i -> H100i Platinum RGB ASUS P8Z68 V Pro - > ROG Strix X570 F Kingston 8 GB + Crucial Ballistic Tracer 8GB -> G Skill Trident Z Neo 3600 16 GB Thermaltake Chaser Mk 1 -> NZXT H710i Added Samsung 970 evo Nvme instead of Samsung 840 Pro as boot drive Wanting to upgrade GPU (now Crossfire Sapphire R9 290 Vapor X) but saving for now. Probably a RTX 2070 Super/ 2080 / 2080 Super Or maybe when AMD releases something like 5800 or 5900 in the near future. And later probably new monitor 1440p and 120/144hz
  6. I finally turned my switch in last week at the store for repair, because since launch I experienced the left joycon disconnect like so many other people, when in TV mode. Returns just in time for Just Dance 2018 hopefully
  7. Do you still run Windows on a HDD? Might be the problem, because I had the same issue when that HDD was failing in my system.
  8. Worms, Mortal Kombat, Black Ops 3, Rocket League
  9. I was probably mistaking this with PhysX support for AMD cards, where NVidia blocks the support for GPU rendered physics when an AMD card is installed...
  10. Won't work, because Nvidia blocks the installation of drivers when other GPU's than theirs are installed in the system.
  11. Sorry, but As I see this thread now, I think everyone is being a hypocrite with their comments... "Oh no you shouldn't be able to crack someone's iphone because privacy reasons, even if it is from a proven terrorist or the phone is from a deceased person where the family wants to retrieve the pictures, personal data and such from their dead relative" Some teenagers disappeared, maybe they even ran away together and don't want to be found in the first place, people have faked their own death already to disappear: "Right, we're doing everything we can to crack their phones, who cares about their opinion" Make up your mind, you're either for or against decrypting phones, you can't just bend that rule just to fit your own agenda. And I know one possibility is to find them if they are really missing, but on the other hand so could they have tracked connected terrorists with Farook's Iphone.
  12. Don't know what's better: the 610M or HD 3000... What a waste of dedicated GPU space.
  13. Indeed It's meant to be fun, and I play it that way too, but sometimes it annoys me when people miss the ball when it clearly was an easy hit. Especially when they have ranks that should testify of how good they are supposed to be. It baffles me sometimes how many pros, veterans and experts play like rookies. Especially the ones from Playstation crossplay. When I only play a match or 2 I don't care, but if I'm on a true losing streak just because my teammates just can't back me up when I need them, It really touches a nerve
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