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slippers_

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About slippers_

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1999-09-12

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Europe

System

  • CPU
    i5 4690K OC 4.00GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97P-D3 Intel LGA1150 Z97
  • RAM
    16GB 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 750Ti
  • Keyboard
    K65 LUX
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro
  1. slippers_

    AUTHORIZED DEALER

    chill out on the poor caps lock man...
  2. slippers_

    WAN Show upload to Spotify Podcasts?

    Just had a look, looks like the last upload was November 9th 2018
  3. No idea if this has ever been suggested or talked about, but I would love for the WAN show to be available on Spotify as a podcast. You would obviously lose the visual side of things concerning any of the screensharing but that's something I'd be willing to trade for the simplicity of listening and staying up to date with the WANs!
  4. slippers_

    What does your company offer as a work computer?

    We are trying to move our customers off of this type of thing, it is painful to see server hardware that has been live for 12-14 years still actively being used. Even more painful when they don't want to upgrade because "muh expensive"...
  5. Hey! What apps do you use for troubleshooting? This is a pretty broad question as I don't have a specific component that I need to test, just more general 'tech-support' tools that I could use to come to conclusions quicker. So I have a couple in mind already; - RealTemp - CrystalDiskInfo - Something like MSIAfterBurner (although not something I'd use at work very often) Let me know!
  6. slippers_

    What does your company offer as a work computer?

    Work for a small MSP. The laptop I have been issued is a HP ProBook 450 G4... CPU: i5 7200U RAM: 8GB SSD: Crucial somethingorother 250GB It does its job, although the trackpad on this device is mega garbage along with the keyboard being less than stellar. I have the laptop hooked up to two ancient HP LE2201w 1680x1050 - one of which I think I'm getting about 30Hz on...
  7. slippers_

    Skyrim beyond help

    wat
  8. slippers_

    My tech is so bad...

    960? cute. Im still using a 750Ti - it is definitely on the suffering side of things.
  9. slippers_

    Windows crash: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    This is from Mirosoft's Windows Support page, check if all device drivers are up to date? Other users have suggested to test the memory as well. Hope all goes well!
  10. slippers_

    "The Beast" - 2005 dell PC

    This is a cool find. My dad had a similar (if not same) spec machine back in the day. I wish he still had it around, would have loved to play around with it!
  11. slippers_

    Thoughts on this monitor

    Hey guys, looking at upgrading my monitor setup at the moment. Want to make sure it is on the cheap side of things of course. Have found this Dell P2317H monitor for about £80 on ebay, wondering what the price/performance will be? I mainly game and consume content on my PC, no real professional uses. What do you think?
  12. slippers_

    Old System

    You can pick up 750Ti's real cheap(~£30)! Running one at the moment - is a fine card if you are gaming on low res monitors @ medium settings
  13. slippers_

    Newb Projects of mine

    Awesome! Thank you! Hope to use C#, it should be doable as its a pretty versatile language, right?
  14. slippers_

    Newb Projects of mine

    Hey guys, I need some help thinking about how to go about a particular project that I want to tackle. I want to track my League of Legends scores with a program that I can run. Although I am not certain how to do this. I think the most attainable way of doing this would be to set up a web scraper or something that reads my scores off of the website op.gg. Please steer me in the right direction!
  15. Ok - I've been looking to do my part on the ol' folding scene. It really interests me, if only I had the wallet large enough to buy the latest and greatest tech! Anyway, the 9800GTX+ goes for real cheap here in the UK, I was just wondering if these would be suitable of getting around the 10000 points per day range? My GTX 750Ti gets me about 21000. Another question that would defo help me in my further low budget gpu adventures is this; does folding at home require CUDA tech? That would cut out quite a big chunk of the ultra low budget GPU's. Cheers!
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