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thomas2000

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About thomas2000

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 2600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 DS3H
  • RAM
    16GB 3000 C17 (4x4GB)
  • GPU
    XFX RX580
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VP28UQG
  • Cooling
    Arctic Freezer 34
  • Keyboard
    Cherry KC 1000 SC
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. The title of this article led me to think Asus will be using liquid metal as a coolant in a CLC system. That's not it, but makes me think if it would be possible / had any benefits. From what Roman said in his recent video the reaction with copper affects only a surface layer and doesn't eat into the metal. Otherwise, nickel coating the fins and the rad from the inside should be possible. It should be beneficial to have higher thermal conductivity liquid, right? https://www.digit.in/news/laptops/asus-rog-strix-scar-and-strix-g-series-gaming-laptops-55802.html
  2. they should call them new processors AF, like officially. for the enthusiast community it means more now than XT, which will lead to confusion if they do the same thing in two generations, when we get Ryzen 5700 XT. AMD is losing out on a opportunity they made for themselves accidentally. anyone who follows tech quite closely knows by now that 1600 AF means ~2600 +/- 5%, so 3600 AF would be received as near 4600. they can even pretend that it means something marketingy like Advanced Feature instead of As F%&k.
  3. Check out this cool little build. 2080ti and a Xeon cpu in a case the size of the gpu packaging.
  4. Would you know how does mining gear do compared to consumer cards?
  5. Fixed the log looks, thanks. Ima forum noob. Makes sense, thanks. The bloat on windows is real.
  6. Thank you. Just as I broke into Top 3000 of LTT Folding Team From your experience is the GPU folding working better on Linux? Windows drivers get more work put into them, I imagine, so should be more polished.
  7. Folding@home team LTT id#: 223518 Just do the same. Same details and all
  8. yup, you can do folding on BOINC Rosetta@home until they sort out the servers
  9. or better yet start BOINC until F@H settles down. Instructions are in this topic.
  10. Now we need a distributed server project. Anyone knows how to make Plan 9 running in python?
  11. Yup, definitely true. for a moment it was showing over 1M :D:D:D
  12. i've ran several projects on the CPU as well, so perhaps this is showing the combined value? I'm surprised myself, as the list online shows RX 580 is supposed to do 330k. Optimizing for Gaming is good thinking
  13. what antivirus are you running? can you whitelist F@H install directory and the user\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient ? weird thing is with Compute set in the driver PPD dropped to 460k from 500k,
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