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About Helly

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  • Birthday Sep 20, 1984

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  • Location
    Right here
  • Gender
  • Occupation
    Software Development


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 9 5950x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Crosshair VIII Hero (WiFi)
  • RAM
    64GB G.Skill Trident Z Neo F4-3600C16
  • GPU
    AsRock Radeon 6900XT
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6 USB-C Window
  • Storage
    Samsung 980 pro 1TB, Seagate FireCuda 520 1TB, 4x Crucial MX500 1TB(RAID-0) + 3x WD RED 4TB (RAID-0)
  • PSU
    Cooler Master V1200
  • Display(s)
    LG 27GN950 + LG 27UD68 + Dell U2311H
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12A + 2x NF-A12x25 + Stock Fractal 140mm fan
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro Wireless + Powerplay
  • Sound
    Logitech Z960
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional
  • Phone
    Iphone 7 32GB
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  1. I'd say something is wrong with the temps... i don't see you mention them, have you checked the temps?
  2. Ran R23 on my 2 servers: Threadripper 2950x: Xeon E5 2620v4 (NO IDEA what the memory is doing here....):
  3. If it's at a shop they should just be able to switch out the CPU to see if that's dead (which is unlikely, they rarely die), and after that the mobo. If you have to pay for either of them for testing then that's just stupid and you should take the PC somewhere else.
  4. Upsets no one, because it is simply NOT happening. If it happened at all it would be by adding another socket to the motherboard for the GPU. But seeing as GPU's use a lot of power it would mean another massive heatsink on the motherboard. Not to mention you'd need more RAM slots as GPU's use different RAM. The heatsink alone would block a lot of the space needed for expansion cards. Or they would have to increase the size of the motherboard. Let's just cut to it and say that adding the graphics to the motherboard makes the board WAY to complicated, and onboard gpu's are simply not powerf
  5. Didn't EA make one change to the packs? I read that you can see the player you get before you open the pack. But you can't skip to the next pack without first buying it. Well they didn't agree with the change making things better...... which is of course a surprise to no one, as it doesn't even change anything.
  6. Nowhere in the quotes do they speak of gaming. 4K/8K 3D rendering is not the same as gaming. I also can’t find “higher levels of performance....” only high performance. So is that you making those claims or did you forget to quote something?
  7. *clicks the link in the tweet and sees a video on squadron 42* yup, radio silence.... *checks his mail and finds an update mail on squadron 42 detailing the work on everything on the game* omg the radio silence is killing me!!!!!!! What "fans" do these people keep talking about? it has the MAKINGS of a scam after eight years? So they spend eight years spending 300+ million building studios and teams around the world building a game and after eight years they decided to say "fuck it, lets just scam people from now on" and assume the hundreds of people work
  8. I'm running 3 monitors here on a vega64. 1 4K60hz, 1 4k120hz and 1 1080p60hz. I haven't noticed any changes in noise or temps since adding the 120hz (its an LG gn950, vega64 cant run it at 144 ). Never even thought about this being a thing. Makes me wonder if its an nvidia thing though....
  9. AFAIK the problem with mini and micro LED are the yields. They're so low that any monitor released with them will be far to expensive for most people. It takes time for the yields to get better. Expect years.
  10. question can the get 120 hz pc can it generate 120 fps on a 60 hz monitor

    1. zeusthemoose


      @Friendly guy In the future, you should ask questions in the sub forums by making topics in the appropriate areas. But to answer your question, you can get 120fps if you are on 1080p. However it won’t matter to you as your monitor will only display 60.

  11. I have a 2.1GB Quantum Bigfoot that makes more noise then a blowymatron at full speed. But it still works perfectly fine last time i checked a few years ago. My AMD systems i bought myself in 2001 and 2003 are both still running. With some newer but still old parts. Of course things like our old NES from 1990 still work. Although the Four Score is broken, player 2 port doesn't work anymore that's a little sad.
  12. Wasn't it near or equal to the 980? If you look up benchmarks now comparing it to a 980, you can see after lots and lots of driver updates it went passed the 980 and even the 980ti. Also thanks for letting me know i have a rare specimen that is both still working and very quiet. these days hearing people say 275w is a lot of power is also kinda hilarious with a 3080 using 350w? I can't wait to see how much less power the Navi cards use and seeing people justify the power draw of their 3080's, or even the 3090. Their all powerful lords at Nvidia can't do anything wrong after all.
  13. VR is an "eventually" thing for SC AFAIK. Has no priority at all. Did you even read anything i said? There is no comparison to SC with any other game(development). If you put rockstar with GTA5 in the same position, running 3 different version instances of the game simultaneously with at least one with the least amount of bugs and somewhat playable. You would have seen at least double the development time for that game. That's what i said and that is a FACT. I know from experience. The development of SC is COMPLETELY different from any other game. Not sure if you