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T.Vengeance

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About T.Vengeance

  • Title
    RyEng

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    Idrideck
  • Twitter
    TheGTan

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Toronto, Canada
  • Interests
    Playing FPS, or video games in general
    Watching youtube vids
    Programming
    Physics
    Biking
  • Biography
    A gamer and always will be (regardless of my occasional breaks). My favourite SP would be Tomb Raider: 2013, and favourite MP would be BO2. I mainly play MP: CoD, League, and sometimes CS. Not too big on SP games (though they are enjoyable).
  • Occupation
    A stressed engineering student

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-8320 @4.42ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Rev. 4.0
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3 @1600 MHz
  • GPU
    Asus GTX660 Ti - DC2
  • Case
    Bitfenix Shinobi - White windowed
  • Storage
    3TB seagate + 256GB ADATA SX900
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750W
  • Display(s)
    Acer H236HL IPS
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+
  • Mouse
    Corsair M40
  • Sound
    Sennheiser 598
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  1. Hey all, so for anyone's who's had experience with setting up a local git server, what sort of NAS would you guys recommend to me? I'm looking for a sub-300 dollar system, preferably 2 drives for redundancy?? (Though I'm not sure how useful that is). After googling around, the company Synology keeps popping up, but I'm not sure if that's the default go-to brand everyone knows, or there are better options out there. Thanks!
  2. Thanks man, read the post. Since I'll need double floating point calculations, I guess quadro is the way to go. Is there a roundabout minimum price that I should be spending? Like with geforce cards, you wouldn't get a GTX 720, it's just dumb for the money you pay for, you would expect to pay around at least 250 to 300 bucks for a Geforce card that makes it worth over just going integrated graphics or AMD's APU line. Is there something equivalent for Quadro?
  3. End goal....have it stock trade for me (rolls eyes yes I know everyone's tried and failed). But for the meantime, since its a neural network, been meaning to test out my code on learning how to talk through analyzing the FFT data of speech with a stream of incoming IPA symbols, essentially a text to speech that doesn't sound like crappy google's TTS or SIRI.
  4. Haha, it's cropped up recently, a neural network with node/connection designs that are implemented through evolution by natural selection principles, but nothing revolutionary. Many have done it and, yeah it is really cool so I'm hopping on the hype train.
  5. Between Geforce or Quadro, why does NVIDIA differentiate between the two? Is it just like ECC vs non-ECC ram, being that Quadros are workstation-typed so they are more reliable?
  6. I'm developing a neural network from the ground up in C# implementing the NEAT algorithm. Going to be using the CUDAfy.NET libraries unless you would recommend a different library for CUDA programming in C#.
  7. What's the recommended GPU for running CUDA based programming? I'm planning to use CUDA within my code but a GTX 660TI isn't gonna cut it for running a neural network. Should I go the newest NVIDIA gpu on the block? 1080TI? Or should I look into their quadro series. I have no idea what the quadro is used other than in workstation environments.
  8. Is it possible to create two partitions on a USB drive such that one of them is encrypted with AES 256 bit and read through both an Android phone via an OTG cable and Windows?
  9. https://youtu.be/S-deQYK7c2Q?t=45s Heh I'll just leave this here. ^@45 seconds
  10. What about it makes it stupid? It goes through many important themes and story arcs just like Star Trek.
  11. Well it's the reason why lmgtfy links on this forum are banned. Honestly 80% of the questions here can be answered with google...Even quicker tbh. Waiting for a reply vs....2 second search result hmmmm....Calling out the people above who googled and copied the answer here.
  12. Best analogy I've heard is the use of a waterfall. Voltage really comes from charge differences. That's like the height of a waterfall. Current (amps) is the amount of electrons flowing per time. That is like the volume of water flowing down the waterfall. Together the product allows you to determine the work done, or watts. More water but less height is analogous to less water but more height. If this makes total sense to you, it's a mere coincidence since my dad explained it to me this way when I was 5 too .
  13. T.Vengeance

    Quebec.

    I disagree, however, I did find myself being somewhat annoyed that there was never really an English secondary translation on road signs. Here in Toronto, when I go on the 401 west, next to it there's a Ouest. Or east being Est. While I did know how to read the signs when I was in Quebec, I couldn't help but notice the lack of secondary English translation.
  14. With things like this, definitely bring a regular watch.
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