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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen R9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Strix X570-F
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    G.Skill 3600MHz 32GB
  • GPU
    AMD RX 5700 XT
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S
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    Samsung 840 EVO 250GB, Corsair Force LE 960GB, Samsung 970 EVO 1TB
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    EVGA 850W G2
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    MG279Q + PB258Q
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    DZ65RGB Build
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    Logitech G502 HERO
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    Sennheiser HD 650
  • Operating System
    Arch btw

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  1. That's pretty decent actually. More than I get per day with a 2TB Inland and 400GB P3700.
  2. Use this to automate it https://github.com/swar/Swar-Chia-Plot-Manager. It's written by one of the mods of the Flexpool discord. Also generally if you're doing multiple plots per drive, you don't want to exceed ~80% of the capacity or else it really slows down plotting and I also stagger plots on the same drive by an hour. Also see this graphic for the resources used during each phase I generally set the temp2 directory the same as the destination directory since my destination drive is local and I move it to my actual harvester once full. This turns the final plot copy into
  3. This is where I am currently, getting two more 18TB drives so that should be a couple weeks of plotting I think. Netspace has been going down since yesterday's network issue too so better chances at a block than a few days ago.
  4. 2FA

    Finally got my fucking xDuoo MT-602 tube amp from Apos. It showed as in stock when I ordered it on March 26 but apparently it actually wasn't. The stock tubes sound nearly identical to my solid state Liquid Carbon X amp but luckily I ordered some 5654W tubes beforehand and those definitely add some tubeyness to the sound. Good value for the money without having to get into the OTL tube amp price range. Second piece of Chi-Fi that I'm fairly satisfied with the other being Tin Hifi T3 IEMs which I think is technically from the same manufacturer.

  5. The GUI is buggyish but the CLI has been relatively fine for me. Sold 4 XCH yesterday so I'm happy. If you don't have the means to get up to around 100TB or more relatively quickly then you'll be heavily reliant on luck until pool support is finalized.
  6. 2FA

    An update to last week's status about an interview, I was informally offered the job and it's more like a 63% increase in pay. I have a few concerns about it that need to be addressed but otherwise probably looking like I will accept it.

    1. Jtalk4456


      awesome congrats!


    2. ARikozuM


      Good luck on negotiating the concerns away. 

  7. My wallet can't handle the fomo here... Nice build though
  8. 2FA

    Got a job interview tomorrow which will hopefully pan out well because I think it would be about a 50% increase in pay and a much shorter commute.

  9. 2FA

    So my brother doesn't want to get the COVID vaccine, either from apathy or to just be obtuse. He tries to argue that he doesn't need one if everyone else gets it and claims, without any actual proof, that he got COVID at the beginning of February 2020. Before it was seriously spreading and we live in the middle of nowhere so like... He was actually quite sick then but because he tested negative for Flu he thinks it was COVID. He could have been one of the first to receive the vaccine too since he works for a school district.

    1. Jtalk4456


      *trying not to say I told you so...

  10. Look at the source of existing miners to see how they fetch the info, but I will say that finding a novel way of solving a single block that you know the details of already does not make a fast miner, along with the fact that Python is incredibly slow compared to the C or C++ that all the existing miners are written in. If you're only doing it for fun and learning, then just use an API of some blockchain explorer service. I'm not familiar with Bitcoin ones but an ETH equivalent would be something like Etherscan.
  11. 2FA

    So I'm not really that much of a programmer, but I'm able to learn new concepts when needed. I really only code when I have an objective in mind but I suck at coming up with objectives myself.


    Javascript promises, however, is probably the most screwy thing I have learned so far. Not that the concept itself is difficult, it makes sense, but when I first looked at examples of simple implemention... my brain fizzled for about 30 minutes until it started to somewhat click to where I could play with some code.


    Reason being is that I'm doing a hacking challenge website that a company uses to recruit and one of the problems only gives a function name and parameter, along with mentioning it returns a promise if resolved correctly. It took me much longer than that 30 minutes to even recognize the fact that promise and resolve were technical terms for said JS feature since some of the other challenges used similar terms that were not technical. That and the only JS I have written previously was for a start page so not exactly complex.

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    2. 2FA


      4 minutes ago, CircleTech said:

      My only experience with writing code was a C++ technical class I had to take. 

      I'm sorry for your suffering


      6 minutes ago, CircleTech said:

      Me being bored, I wrote some code in python to do some of my EET labs for me. Plug in the values, it spits out the answer.

      A very good use for Python


      7 minutes ago, CircleTech said:

      but it was mine

      Unrelated but for some reason I really hate this phrase, especially "not much but it's mine"

    3. Jtalk4456


      2 minutes ago, 2FA said:

      Unrelated but for some reason I really hate this phrase, especially "not much but it's mine"

      I understand your frustrations and your emotions are valid. Can you tell me when you started feeling this deep resentment for the phrase? Was there a particular event where it said or did something to you?
      Did it touch you??
      Where did the phrase touch you? It's alright you can tell me.

    4. ARikozuM


      How do you do, fellow programmers? Having a good boolean day, are we?



      How do you do, fellow kids' has become the 'how do you do, fellow kids' of  memes - The Verge


  12. You probably misclicked but you can check devices that have logged into your account in the last 90 days at https://linustechtips.com/settings/devices/
  13. What's the link speed in Windows? For mine they show as 10Gbps in the VM as well.
  14. ~2GB, could be lower but there is some stuff starting in the background I have yet to get rid of