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  1. In elementary you get touch screen everything.(Chromebooks mostly) In Middleschool you get nothing or the same as high. In Highschool you get Those DDR2 Dell Quads.
  2. Not getting but 5GHz as a standard and as OC fun to where you can flip it easy to 5GHz
  3. DildorTheDecent No Joking here. The garbage 56 crossfire beats the 2080ti by around 10% in actual real time performance
  4. ::Intel vs AMD future all around stable 5GHz gaming speed without exotic cooling: 5Ghz Ram 5Ghz i9 - Team Blue(Intel) Maximum Performance Gaming PC 2020 Build True Guts + OC Specialist = 5GHz Maximum Performance -A OC's Dream/Fun Build Influence by the March 28, 2018 G-Skill 4.7GHz to 5GHz Trident stabel OC utilizing MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC MB and i7-8700K CPU Ram: CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB 5GHz (5000Mhz) Motherboard: X299X Aorus Xtreme Waterforce (Form: XL ATX Chipset: Intel X299) Gpu: Dual Nvidia RTX Titans with 24GB GDDR6 VRAM connected in NV-Link 3rd RTX Titan independent run for computational/rendering Cpu:i9-9900KF 5.4GHz 1.32v OC w/ AIO Corsair H100i gtx Psu: EVGA SuperNova 1600 G2 Case: Cosmos C700P or C700M Standard data storage: 1 TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus 3,500 MB/s Tertiary data storage: 16TB Seagate Exos. OVERKILL with Quadstellar 8 bay 3.5 HDD 16TB(128TB) Cost: Ram: $939.99 16GB $1,879.98 32GB Total 4 8GB Sticks(Due to Modular density) Motherboard: $1,583.76 GPU: $2,500 each. Dual: $5,000 Triple: $7,500 CPU: $574.98 PSU: $388.87 Standard Storage: $249.99 Tertiary data storage: 16TB single HDD $394.00 dual $788.00 Eight $3,152(will not count to total build cost) Case: Cosmos C700P $319.72 or C700M $565,12 Total Cost $9451.31 - 13,136.70 Notes: More than 5 GHZ is theoretically possible with the FCLK Technology--This includes the r93950x cpu. Case variety chosen for optimized cooling system Psu wattage chosen for optimized Triple GPU OC and CPU OC performance. Data Storage chosen for maximized read/write speed. 5Ghz Ram 4.6GHz - Team Red(AMD) Maximum Performance Gaming PC 2020 Build Influence by the October 2019 Corsair stable 5GHz utilizing MEG x570 godlike MB and Ryzen 9 3900x CPU Ram: CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB 5GHz (5000Mhz) Motherboard: MEG x570 godlike Gpu: Dual Nvidia RTX Titans with 24GB GDDR6 VRAM connected in NV-Link 3rd RTX Titan independent run for computational/rendering Cpu:Ryzen 9 3950X 4.62GHz 1.4v Psu: EVGA SuperNova 1600 G2 Case: Cosmos C700P or C700M Standard data storage: 1 TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus 3,500 MB/s Tertiary data storage: 16TB Seagate Exos. OVERKILL with Quadstellar 8 bay 3.5 HDD 16TB(128TB) Ram: $939.99 16GB $1,879.98 32GB Total 4 8GB Sticks(Due to Modular density) Motherboard: $628.39 GPU: $2,500 each. Dual: $5,000 Triple: $7,500 CPU: $709.99 PSU: $388.87 Standard Storage: $249.99 Tertiary data storage: 16TB single HDD $394.00 dual $788.00 Eight $3,152(will not count to total build cost) Case: Cosmos C700P $319.72 or C700M $565,12 Total Cost $9018.51 - $12703.9 Notes: More than 5 GHZ is theoretically possible with the FCLK Technology Case variety chosen for optimized cooling system Psu wattage chosen for optimized Triple GPU OC and CPU OC performance. Data Storage chosen for maximized read/write speed.
  5. Depends Ash, have you ever seen a deep cool quadstellar? Now imagine CORSAIR Vengeance 5000Mhz and a Titan V on a i9 motherboard....inside the quadstellar ......stable at 5ghz....everywhere...all the time....oh jeez..... FCLK
  6. Mooshi, I would never stick my large card into a small box. It's just wrong and crossfire would be problematic. This is not including my huge powerful brick rated over 1000. Its like shoving 1000 watts into a laptop...0-0
  7. Asus ROG Strix Helios GX601 is the luscious box in my cart right now. I gotta have my vega 56 crossfire a mini atx or itx just cant do. Plus I kinda have a very large bulky immense extra long 1200 watt Antec Quattro...size matters everyone. XL power quality for the mother ship is critical. Fun Fact: In terms of overall gaming performance, the graphical capabilities of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB Crossfire are very slightly better than the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
  8. Have you ever spent an entire day looking for that sexy ATX case? The one that gets your rocks off for your bulky build. All that junk to fit in the right trunk. 35 hours straight 0-0 looking...and looking.. well, its all a cliche to me like OLD P0RN. A bunch of rectangle squares with nice lights or acrylic. Cliche rich kid toy Couger open air/Antec Torque style. Exotics do get me off but unfortunately my junk is just too big for all those exotics....cubes,triangles,pipes, hex, spaceship future...mini atx or itty bitty itx. Its 2020 and I can't find a exotic atx to fit my large 6 slot crossfire MB. What ATX makers could of done to be cleared of that boring familiar tune..........cliche......................commonplace.......atx builds... Size up and be ATX Full Phantek evolv shift-- Maserbox q300P--AZZA CUBE Triangle/Pyramid--Atum show box--Tristellar... In order to fit my High performance junk into a trunk....its gotta be a pretty cliche full tower. @-# Just call me box man. 1999 I was a box man...2005 I was a box man...2009 I was a box man...2013 I was a box man...2017 I was a box man...2019 I was a box man...2020....
  9. Bummer. I just discovered vega 56 crossfire outperforms RTX 2080 ti. So i will buy another Vega 56 and be happy akimbo. Man what happened to the powerful supercomputer k80. Fun fact: If this card was made in 1999, it would have been faster then the fastest super computer (SGI Origin 2000) in the world. An that thing cost 40 million dollars at the time and took up a large room with extensive electrical costs. If you put four of these Tesla together with the latest CPU, it would have held the world record until 2002. But then again that old supercomputer (ASCI White) beast wouldn't have fit in a full tower and the ASCI White cost close to 110 million dollars, weighed 106 tons, and consumed 6 Megawatts of power for running and cooling. This thing is a bargain in comparison. now its meh 0-0
  10. I have right now before me a NVIDIA Tesla K80 and a RADEON Vega 56. To get them in the same room I got a Msi Mpg 570 Edge. I want to game on the Vega and record on the Tesla. What do you think? I also want to know what are the possibilities here. My Specs: CPU:Ryzen 7 3700x OC: 4.25 GHz Stable Ram: 64GB 3600 Gskill PSU:Antec True Power 1200watt Storage: 32TB SSD/HDD Mix MotherBoard: MPG 570 Edge Lightning dual x16 I want mad experiments. I want results. I need for the heed of mods and hacks of drivers and wares of wares.....oh where? who? I need habanero in my life.
  11. some laser mice have a tendency to pick up too much information, which can result in inaccurate data which can affect their reliability during some situations. I am sold that optical mice are far better, that is, if your one of those sniper guys. Input? Mice used: Optical CORSAIR SCIMITAR https://glossier56.com/product/havit-mmo-gaming-mouse-wired-12000dpi-19-programmable-button-optical-sensor-pixart-pmw3360-hv-ms735/ Laser Razer Naga Chroma https://www.newegg.com/p/32K-00CY-00002?Item=9SIAD4F8TA5009&source=region&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC-_-pla-Goodchoice-_-Gaming Mice-_-9SIAD4F8TA5009&gclid=Cj0KCQjw9JzoBRDjARIsAGcdIDVgMCvh6x2XI9pH55KQxG5VhwZXrIz0VMa7KIzz1jS1hEt5QJyQdAQaAvz0EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
  12. im just going to buy this: https://www.google.com/shopping/product/12176223363689325718?lsf=seller:7933,store:13786900072090849173,s:h&prds=oid:6363226702029305889&q=apc+battery+backup&hl=en&ei=TBoIXbO4O9K50PEPjNWk6AM&lsft=cm_mmc:PLA-_-Google-LIA-_-1596097357-_-9817382-VQ6-303400250326-VQ16-c-VQ17-pla-VQ18-local-VQ20-464313711107-VQ21-940&lsft=gclid:Cj0KCQjw9JzoBRDjARIsAGcdIDUKIoWhzmr41TnGP14LTZ9s5AdAOU9_Cno02lusoSuq7VGMYX3ySbwaAmU5EALw_wcB,gclsrc:aw.ds
  13. then i can use a voltage stabilizer https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ge-9T91B4090-Voltage-Stabilizing-Transformer-30va-95-130v-ac-120v-ac/292825968453?epid=1158050269&hash=item442dc9af45:g:hd0AAOSwVEFb9H~4
  14. i have money and i really want to build my own. I need a list of parts. So i need a power inverter, a battery(Or battery bank via IMR), and a charger.... Here is a 24v power inverter. Think its good/ https://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Car-LED-Power-Inverter-WATT-DC-12V-24V-to-AC-110V-Charger-Converter-Lot/202541156890?hash=item2f2864ca1a:m:mf8mWbXMw-VjxVsmTCPVEMA
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