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Laforet

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About Laforet

  • Title
    Associate Professor Factass
  • Birthday March 21

Contact Methods

  • Battle.net
    LAFORÊT
  • Star Citizen
    L A F O R Ê T
  • Steam
    http://steamcommunity.com/id/laforet

Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Location
    U.S. Colleges
  • Interests
    Far Too Many
  • Biography
    Loved LTT, Still Loves LTT
  • Occupation
    Don't worry about it.

System

  • CPU
    i7 5820K OC 4.4GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus X99-A/USB 3.1
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 980 4GB ACX 2.0 @ 1.48GHz
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 1TB & 500 GB + 2TB WD Black
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova GS 650W
  • Display(s)
    Dell U3415W 60Hz 34" 3440x1440p Monitor 75Hz
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X41, Noctua NH-A14 IP67
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K750
  • Mouse
    Logitech Proteus Core G502
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD598 & Yeti Blackout
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Laforet

    Get me started on C#

    You seem like a sharp kid, I'd honestly recommend taking a free coursera course. College level intro classes aren't too hard in my opinion. If you really wanna get the full college experience most students first learn C. I'd argue starting off with HTML is usually more typical for high school or middle school students.
  2. Laforet

    LG PF1000U Short Throw Projector

    If anything else I appreciate the return to quality and inventive video production.
  3. Laforet

    Post your SteamVR Performance Test results here

    Boom! Rig name: Moro CPU: i7-5820K @ 4.1GHzGPU: EVGA GTX 980 1465-1534MHzRAM: 32GB DDR4 Corsair Vengance LPX 2400MHzScore: 9.1 Standard OC Profile 9.5 Maximum GPU OC
  4. Laforet

    Gtx 580 Dry ice run

    How the heck do these things even still work?
  5. Laforet

    water cooling help

    I've noticed you've started multiple threads. Since this all in one build it's good to keep all of it one place.
  6. Laforet

    Gtx 580 Dry ice run

    there were more crazy ones but can't get them.... It looks like one the capacitors got pushed out by the expanding ice.
  7. Laforet

    Gtx 580 Dry ice run

    I knew that much, it just that I don't see a lot extreme overclocking. Most desktops I see/build are usually out of necessity and practicality.
  8. I'd recommend investing in a better monitor, and depending on the size of the content you're working, more RAM. I edit 1080p videos and each time I render or export I always end up nearly using all 32gigs of my RAM. What's your budget target by the way?
  9. Laforet

    Gtx 580 Dry ice run

    Holy crap the ice forming on the back of the GPU PCB!
  10. Laforet

    I think I f'd up. (Please help)

    Wait. So everything is fine now?
  11. Laforet

    4690K OVERCLOCKING FRUSTRATION

    It's funny how literally half the replies read your post. Anyways I think you should try what the first guy suggested. I had a similar issue and then I realized I forgot I left my power settings on low for overnight downloads.
  12. Laforet

    I think I f'd up. (Please help)

    Honestly can't tell exactly what's wrong, but it sounds like a driver issue. Your GPU is being underutilized so you can rest somewhat easier that it isn't physically broken. I would try updating/reinstalling the drivers.
  13. Laforet

    How to dust my gpu?

    Literally anything sensible is just fine: microfiber cloth, brushes (nearly of any kind), etc. Just don't do stupid things while you do it.
  14. Regardless of the complications that may arise the fact still remains that we have an enormous amount of computational power not being utilized. It seems like a waste to let increasingly outdated hardware stay underutilized. I think it's a pretty sensible idea, and we can simply throttle the crap out of them to keep power and temps reasonable. In which case there's more that these computers can do other than protein folding. On top of that its overall impact on the cost to subsidize the extra electricity necessary to run this program should be negligible. Electricity is obviously classified as a utility and thus quite cheap... Now if only we didn't run so much of it on oil.
  15. Thanks for the help, but neither monitor really fits the description. So 8-bit AFRC will be just fine, in which case I should just be looking for panel uniformity and calibration right? Yeah, and apparently very difficult to even utilize right.
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