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G1K777

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About G1K777

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  • Birthday 1994-08-14

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Germany
  • Interests
    Too many.

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 2600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M Gaming Plus
  • RAM
    2x8Gb Corsair Dom. Plat.
  • GPU
    GTX 1060 6GB @2100Mhz
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 540
  • Storage
    M.2 970 Evo 500GB + SSD Sandisk Ultra II 960GB
  • PSU
    BeQuiet PurePower 10 400W
  • Display(s)
    Asus PB278QR
  • Cooling
    Arctic 33 eSport One
  • Keyboard
    Wooting One
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
  • Sound
    Scarlett Solo 2Gen + AKG K612 + AT2020 XLR
  • Operating System
    Windows10 Pro

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  1. G1K777

    GPU for 1440p monitor

    Ryzen 2600 Stock GTX 1060 6Gb (2100Mhz OC) Also having a 1440p monitor, BO4 ~85FPS, CSGO 300+, BF5 was about 100-110FPS. I would go with 1660ti or a used 1060 6GB.
  2. Found it, it lost scope because of "window.onload".
  3. Yeah, I can imagine that but how do I set global variables?
  4. Is there any way to share variables between js files? I have one JS file with classes and one js file with a frontend "template". frontend.js // Create Objects const header = new Nav("header"), nav = new Nav("nav"), main = new Element("main"), aside = new Element("aside"), footer = new Nav("footer"); // Add nodes to the body element. header.init(document.body); nav.init(document.body); main.init(document.body); aside.init(document.body); footer.init(document.body); // Set objects inner html? header.set([["/loginsystem/index.php","Login"],["/loginsystem/index.php","Signup"]]); nav.set([["#","Home"],["#","Community"]]); footer.add(["https://github.com/damiantoczek/frontend", "Github"]); Now I want to create another html file lets say, signup.html and add a signup.js file and this file should be able to access the created class instances. signup.js // Testing form const signupForm = new Form("signup"); signupForm.init(main.node); signupForm.add([ ["username"], ["password"], ["email"] ]);
  5. G1K777

    My new HDD drags, or is it normal?

    and i'm a vegetarian. <not>
  6. G1K777

    My new HDD drags, or is it normal?

    I will not run a library of videos on a server like linus does. If the videos get lost, I have no problem with that. I would have a problem when I let my 1TB SSD write 100s of GB each day.
  7. G1K777

    My new HDD drags, or is it normal?

    I just replace it, what ever, if it sounds like this, I don't want it. It sounds like a damaged bearing.
  8. Maybe I lost a semicolon or something...
  9. Hello everyone, I'm not sure if the word I'm looking for is called "dragging", it sounds like the "bearings" are rubbing. I'm using only SSDs and NVMe in my computer. I got myself a Seagate Constellation ES.2 3TB, SED, SATA 6Gb/s (ST33000651NS) drive and I'm not sure if it just sounds like this or if it's broken. It sounds like "crappy fans" where the bearing is rubbing (dragging?). It works, I've copied a 8GB clip on the 3TB HDD and it was writing with 145mb/s.
  10. Hold on, I'm confused, for some magic reason, it's working ?? I'm SOO CONFUSED why didn't it work before?! what the heck?!
  11. Hello, I'm making a small project something like a lib/framework or what ever it might be called. I'm using only Javascript to create HTML objects. This here creates the whole body. // Create Objects const header = new Nav("header"), nav = new Nav("nav"), main = new Element("main"), aside = new Element("aside"), footer = new Nav("footer"); // Add nodes to the body element. header.init(document.body); nav.init(document.body); main.init(document.body); aside.init(document.body); footer.init(document.body); init() is just an appendChild function with some things... This here adds a div element into the main element and then adds a span element into the div. main -> div -> span // Testing div insert. const div = new Element("div"); div.init(main.node) div.add(["span",{class:"hi"}, "hello"]); So far everything is working. But now the issue, when I do: // Testing form const signupForm = new Form("signup"); signupForm.init(main.node); // Maybe create labels if first param = "input" ? signupForm.add([ ["username"], ["password"], ["email"] ]); it's not working for some reason. After checking, it says that "this" is not a type of node. All the code is here: https://github.com/damiantoczek/frontend/tree/master/main/js Can anyone help me with it?
  12. Found it. http://www.motherboards.org/files/techspecs/atx2_1.pdf
  13. G1K777

    [Javascript] Can a function call itself?

    Is this a recursive function? I have no idea what you mean by recusive function. function create(x){ let element = x[0], child = x[1], node = document.createElement(element), i = 1; if (typeof child === "object" && child !== null && !isArray(child)) for (var attr in child) node[attr] = child[attr]; i = 2; let l = x.length; for (; i < l; i++) if( isArray(x[i]) ) node.appendChild( create(x[i]) ); else node.appendChild( document.createTextNode(x[i]) ); return node; }
  14. G1K777

    How to install the i9 9900k.

    It protects the pins in your socket, put your CPU into the socket and the black cover will pop out No need to rip it off or anything.
  15. Hi, I'm looking for some motherboard (ATX/EATX) specs and each website says something else. I need to know the hole placement for ITX, mATX, ATX and EATX. Is this the latest spec?
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