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BuckGup

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  1. BuckGup

    Make ANY PC Into a Hackintosh!

    What is performance like in applications like Final Cut, photshop, motion, and Logic?
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    Anyone here in the Skilled Trades?

    The problem is your body can only take so much. By the time you are 40 you will be living in constant pain. If you get a degree that's actually valuable and there's demand then student loans are nothing to worry about. It's when people get an Arfican Womens study degree with $200,000 in debt they complain working at a liquor store
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    Jagged Shadows,Pop in,Low LOD and jagged aa

    Okay so say theoretically what would be damaged from noisy power, even though the PSU takes care of it and so does the power delivery on your motherboard and GPU? Secondly why would this be causing the issues presented in this thread? I am not saying you are lying or making this up we just need to be a lot more scientific otherwise it's all just claim after claim built upon someone's hunch
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    A Bay Day at Work

    Sorry I have no sympathy for someone not willing to put in work and are scared because they have to be an adult. Maybe you shouldn't of been partying all the time
  5. BuckGup

    Jagged Shadows,Pop in,Low LOD and jagged aa

    If your ground is not grounded you have so many other issues than some graphics issue on your PC and I would be surprised you.re aren't dead or house on fire. Please elaborate with tests showing the input and output of a PSU and demonstrate how by moving to an area with clean power the problem goes away.
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    Jagged Shadows,Pop in,Low LOD and jagged aa

    That's not a thing and dirty power has nothing to do with this. PSUs have a pretty big tolerance for input power
  7. What do you think performance is like in Mac OS being virtualized? I can't decide if I should swap to Manjero or MacOS. As I could use Final Cut in MacOS but if performance is a dog I would stick to davanci resolve in Linux

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    how to make money

    That's not true local grocers sometime hire people as young as 14. Also mowing lawns, cleaning snow, fundraising, or doing any other service on your own works. Online is a great way to find work but you need talent.
  9. BuckGup

    Razer is bad they say, get something else they said.

    Went through 5 death adders in 2 years. 1 G502 in 6 years. It's you m8
  10. BuckGup

    GTA 5 | Solo Play Mods? [Help]

    BTW look up Rage multiplayer. It's multiplayer singleplayer so you can create your own server and have whatever mods you want
  11. Not quite that. You are probably thinking of dual channel vs quad channel support but Ryzen doesn't support quad channel.
  12. BuckGup

    Dirty Power Misconception

    Alright that’s what I thought. I have no clue where all this misinformation is coming from
  13. I am seeing a huge increase in people around the web with the same misconception about dirty power causing a range of issues and I just want to double check some things. I'm not sure how much validity there is to the claims as PCs have the PSU and then power delivery on the MOBO and GPU that should all cover any fluctuations that might be present. Electronic devices without this kind of power cleaning are susceptible to odd behavior from dirty power and maybe that's where people connect the lines. But people who are getting stuttering and micro stutters in games are saying they have dirty power and need a UPS to clean it. But I have yet to find someone who has the issue, buys a UPS, then says it's all fixed. They are also blaming visual artifacts like Z fighting, low LOD, and anti aliasing not working on dirty power. It's plagued the Nvidia forums, reddit, tomshardware, and on the LTT forum too. I'm fairly certain dirty power would not cause stuttering but want to double check. I'm more inclined to say it's an Nvidia and Windows issue as I haven't seen any AMD GPU owners complain and windows 10 is a piece of shit that has fundamental issues that we are now seeing with things like Thread Ripper
  14. BuckGup

    Dirty Power Misconception

    @Den-Fi.com Case aaaaaand point
  15. BuckGup

    Is the pump buzzing normal on my AIO

    Usually means there is a bubble in the impeller. Tip it upside down and/or tap it. Should dislodge it
  16. BuckGup

    Ultrawide monitors

    They are basically identical panels so choose which you like visually better. The Asus has a better OSD and joystick opposed to buttons. But the predator has a smaller base and IMO looks better and less chunky
  17. BuckGup

    How Do You Like to Dress?

    Chino volcolm pants, colorful black dress socks, gum suede black vans, graphic tee/pocket shirt/flannel/collared button up, and whatever hoodie I feel like wearing
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    UKs Porn Pass law has just passed, will go into affect in July

    People still get around China's greatfirewall so I am pretty sure anything they put in place will be bypassed
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    Optane+SSD: Intel H10

    Wait why
  20. BuckGup

    Enclosing Class

    Thank you all for the help. Continues to impress me how helpful all of you are. I eventually figured it out as I had an error in my event listener the logic to determine what sorter to use happens in SortRunnable.java not Sorter.java. But the embedded repl.it is a really cool tool I just learned so I guess that's something lol
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    Enclosing Class

    I am trying to reference an enclosing class in a program I am writing in Java. So far I have sr = new SortRunnable(SELECTION_SORT_TEXT, arr, SelectionSort.this; SortRunnable is public SortRunnable(String sortingAlgorithm, int[] arr, Sorter sorter) { this.sortingAlgorithm = sortingAlgorithm; this.arr = arr; this.sorter = sorter; } and SelectionSort is public class SelectionSort { private static void sort(int arr[]) { int n = arr.length; // One by one move boundary of unsorted subarray for (int i = 0; i < n-1; i++) { // Find the minimum element in unsorted array int min_idx = i; for (int j = i+1; j < n; j++) { if (arr[j] < arr[min_idx]) { min_idx = j; } } // Swap the found minimum element with the first // element int temp = arr[min_idx]; arr[min_idx] = arr[i]; arr[i] = temp; } } } but it keeps saying 'SelectionSort' in not an enclosing class. Aren't I referencing the sort inside SelectionSort by doing SelectionSort.this?
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    $199 980ti Free Shipping

    EVGA's midweek sale has some 980tis SC+ for $199 with free shipping. Also some other RTX cards like the 2080 for $659 and 2060 for $299. https://www.evga.com/products/productlist.aspx?type=8
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    $199 980ti Free Shipping

    I wouldn't say they are $200 on eBay then
  24. BuckGup

    $199 980ti Free Shipping

    Link? They are all over $199
  25. It is insane to think we have 56TH/s miners now

    https://shop.bitmain.com/product/detail?pid=00020190407190815740n43sswXr06F6

    It sorta proves that all ASIC companies just use the miners for themselves and then sell them to the public when they aren't making enough as just a few months ago we were at 12.5TH/s

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    2. James Evens

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      just use the miners for themselves

      This is called product testing and good companies do that before selling a product. ^^

    3. imreloadin

      imreloadin

      @James Evens gotta make sure it passes their 3 month "burn-in" period...

    4. BuckGup

      BuckGup

      I can't tell if you are joking lol. Because people have tracked the ASIC design patents to when the miners were built there is a huge increase in mining speed. Then when the profitability falls they become available to the market. Happened with "ASIC proof" algos

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