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Loliplol

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About Loliplol

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    Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bjelovar, Croatia
  • Interests
    Music, animation, desing, cinematography, films, photograpy, editing, cooking (lol) etc.
  • Biography
    Proud owner of "Candy Records". A small music label on YouTube. Working with small artist but big too! Mike Emilio, Matstubs etc.
  • Occupation
    Animator, steadicam operator

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 2600k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z77A-GD80
  • RAM
    16 gb DDR3
  • GPU
    XFX RX 460 (4gb)
  • Case
    Thermaltake
  • Storage
    WD EZEX 1tb x3, Kingston SSD 240gb x2
  • PSU
    XILENCE XP830R8
  • Display(s)
    Acer v233h
  • Cooling
    Noctua & 212X
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Octane
  • Mouse
    Cooler Master Octane
  • Sound
    KRK
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. That's a really interesting situation you have there. Do you mind sharing your router model? Also, have you tried asking some of your other friends if they can connect? It could be a security thingy not allowing your friend to do it.
  2. True, although that means the host has to have constant access to their PC to check their current IP address, which is kinda crap because maybe some friends want to play in the middle of the night, or he's not home etc. Dynamic DNS service is well nice, that's a great solution.
  3. How do you expect to do something if you didn't inform yourself about it or at least read the tutorial on how to do it? Imagine if I went on to create a car, but was too lazy to read how do you make cars, study aerodynamics, mechanical engineering etc. Would that car work? Definitely no. Also, one thing working 1 year ago doesn't mean it still is and does work. Maybe your ISP changed something about your network, or you changed your router, updated firmware, heck Minecraft changed something. I'm seriously confused. You want to do something but can't read a website tutorial which could potentially solve your problem.
  4. Hang on a bit, isn't this whole thread about your friend not being able to connect to your server? Which, to me, means that you want to play Minecraft with your friend on your server. So what is wrong with a free server with a maximum of 10 players if only you and your friend are going to play on it? Since you do know that you can not host Minecraft servers at home without static IP address which costs around $100 per month.
  5. @Alex Atkin UK summed up pretty well. Isn't it much simpler to find a free Minecraft server hosting site? Yes, they are limited to 5 or 10 players, but that's still too much for you and your friend.
  6. 192.168.xx.xx is your local address. Your friend can't connect to that unless you are on the same network. What you need to tell him is your public IP address.
  7. Agree, the 80D is not worth it at all. Feature and performance difference is minimal, if any. Meanwhile the price difference is huge. Go for the t7i, it's a great
  8. Used the G85, stopped using it. The focus on that thing is worse than Apple's attempt at blaming the users for Error 53 issue on iPhone 6. Trust me on this one. If you're looking for a mirrorless with great focus and 4k video: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1393461-REG/canon_2680c011_eos_m50_mirrorless_digital.html If you're looking for something with more lens options and not mirrorless: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1225875-REG/canon_1263c004_eos_80d_dslr_camera.html or (depending on your budget) https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1318281-REG/canon_eos_77d_dslr_camera.html Enjoy!
  9. Hi, I'd like to share my experience with the Rode VideoMicro microphone, which on first sight looks like one of those Ebay microphones like Boya etc. But it's far away from that. Picking up the package from the post office I revealed a really nice box, not bad quality at all. Some of the letters had a "golden" layer over it, which I found quite nice as a design detail. In the box there were: Rode VideoMicro Microphone Microphone Cable (3.5 mm to 3.5mm) *phone compatible cable is sold separately* Rode Wind Filter (aka Dead Cat) User manual Warranty (2 years!!) Picking up the microphone I noticed that it was made out of aluminium, which is quite unexpected for this price range. Even the microphone grill was aluminium and really nice (even to look at). Due to the use of aluminium, I was surprised at how light the microphone is. It's robust as much as it gets for this price range. In the meantime, I've noticed that the usual sponge microphone cover was not included, but I've noticed that there wouldn't be any use for it. If it's windy, you put on wind filter (filming outside etc.) and if you're filming inside there is no need of any filter (although the dead cat doesn't muffle the sound at all). The cable itself isn't bad, nothing too special. Has RODE branding on it, like everything else it came with. Hooking it up to my Canon 70D and using Automatic Level setting, I've noticed how crisp and clean the sound is, yet picks up a wide range of frequencies. Since this is a shotgun microphone, it picks up only what's in front of it and ignores what's around and behind it. I've seen and used expensive Sennheiser microphones, especially their shotgun options, and the price difference between these two is huge, yet the picking up sound direction isn't much different. There is a slight hiss, but I've noticed the same hiss in RODE's most expensive DSLR microphones so I decided to let it pass. Using this and testing it out revealed that the only con is that there are no options. It's literally plug in and plug out. While on RODE's more expensive options there are functions like low cut filter, boost etc. Not to forget the shock mount on this thing! It works wonders! I thought it was gonna be another really bad, plastic useless shock mount which is more for looks than for functions, but this thing really works! Still being happy due to sound quality I was getting from this microphone, this shock mount just blew me away. I've tried running with this thing, spinning around, the shock mount absorbs it all. I've made a really neat video using the Rode VideoMicro and filmed some sound tests (and a thunderstorm!). If you're interested in exactly how it sounds, check it out. Thanks for reading!
  10. So what they did is: They put a really nice CPU inside that laptop which I liked. They screwed up everything else related to the CPU because the MOBO doesn't deliver enough power (VRM-s to be exact) and now they lowered its performance, lowered the promised super huge turbo clock speeds and is still throttling the VRM-s when under full load. Good job Apple, $3k dollar machine with the capability of being great, but due to its manufacturer is shit.
  11. So basically what they did is limit the CPU so it can't draw enough power for itself and change the OS to show that it's using its full potential, while it's not because they limited it. Does that mean that it performs exactly like the 13 inch i7 model? Since I bet they used the same VRM-s on both machines.
  12. MacBook's VRMs are not delivering enough power to drive the CPU. Apple states that it's fixable with a software update, but that is BS. Saying that a HARDWARE problem is fixable with a software update is the same as me upgrading my car's firmware for it to run like a Porsche. Either recall every MacBook and change the VRMs or just admit that you fucked it up instead of making up "solutions" due to "unexpected workload". Like Rossmann says, if they just edited the MacBook commercial on a MacBook, they would have noticed the mistake. But it was probably made on a Windows machine
  13. Ye but here you don't even get asked. And bar codes are the same on, for an example, a coca cola bottle. So if I were to walk into that store with a coca cola bottle, the scanners would detect it and add it to my shopping bill. I'm confused, I don't find that convenient. Unless they scan you when you walk in, like I mentioned in the first post.
  14. But what if you walk into the store with some products you bought in a different store, do the scanners then also scan the things you bought in the previous store or do they initially scan your stuff when walking into the store and then automagically put them on a list of items that will be ignored when walking out? Just wondering.
  15. Fair enough! If you need some cheap recommendations for an HDD and SSD, here we go: HDD: 2TB: https://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Desktop-7200rpm-Internal-Drive/dp/B013JPKT9O/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1515105724&sr=8-9&keywords=Toshiba+HDD 3TB: https://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Desktop-7200rpm-Internal-Drive/dp/B013JPLOQQ/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515105724&sr=8-3&keywords=Toshiba+HDD SSD: 512GB: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-MX300-525GB-Internal-Solid/dp/B01IAGSD68/ref=sr_1_5?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1515105759&sr=1-5&keywords=SSD Super cheap, yet quite good (tested it personally): https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SU800-128GB-3D-NAND-ASU800SS-128GT-C/dp/B01K8A29BE/ref=sr_1_9?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1515105759&sr=1-9&keywords=SSD
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