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jj9987

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About jj9987

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    Veteran

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    Male

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  • CPU
    Intel i7-6820HQ 2.7 GHz (up to 3.6 GHz)
  • Motherboard
    Apple's homemade
  • RAM
    16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
  • GPU
    Intel HD Graphics 530 & Radeon Pro 455
  • Case
    Aluminium
  • Storage
    512 GB NVMe SSD
  • PSU
    76Wh battery & 87W USB-C charger
  • Display(s)
    15.4" 2880x1800 IPS
  • Cooling
    Vents on the sides, 2 fans mostly idling
  • Keyboard
    With Touchbar. And Magic Keyboard.
  • Mouse
    MASSIVE trackpad. And Logitech MX Master 3.
  • Sound
    Awesome.
  • Operating System
    macOS Catalina 10.15

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  1. Are you transcoding or using DirectPlay? What kind of content are you watching (resolution, bitrate, HDR yes/no)?
  2. CPU and motherboard - Get the cheapest Pentium/Celeron you can get. Motherboard just needs a lot of PCI Express slots so that you can connect multiple GPUs there. There are some mining motherboards available for that purpose. Power supply - Has to have enough PCI Express connectors and high enough wattage for the GPUs you plan to use. Disk - Smallest and cheapest SSD will do. HDD probably works too, but SSDs are so cheap, so don't see the point. GPUs - Depends what you can buy and what you plan to mine. Compare the hashrates for different coins and GPUs. You'll want to undervolt
  3. Long-term can degrade battery faster (meaning, it lasts less), if you get it really empty often. Once or twice probably didn't hurt too much.
  4. Check if you are connected to 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz network. The speeds you are getting hints that you might be connected to the slower one.
  5. Yeap, Nextcloud WebDAV works. Though it took multiple attempts to get it working. It might be, that resolving the DNS is failing, in which case try using a direct IP. Another thing - is WebDAV available at root? Or is it on a different path?
  6. Windows 10 network drives use SMB shares, they can not use HTTP(S)/WebDAV protocol. EDIT: Scratch that, apparently it should be possible. Am testing right now.
  7. How do you plan on accessing Internet when your router/switch has no power? Or what do you plan doing during the blackout?
  8. DDU might help, but might also not be necessary, since you are sticking with AMD. BIOS reset is not necessary, that doesn't affect GPU much.
  9. 1 TB drive is fine. You can use up to 2 TB drives without any worries (above that needs GPT support), as long as you have SATA ports available - generation/speed is irrelevant here. But I don't think you will get much better performance, unless your current HDD is on it's way out and has gotten slow. In addition, check that you have 64bit drivers available for your motherboard, otherwise you can run into issues. You won't gain any performance with going 64bit either - application compatibility might be another thing though.
  10. Such major CPU changes don't happen overnight. CPU architectures and designs are planned 3-5 years ahead, so it will definitely be a while before we see any.
  11. To be honest, only people with problems are the ones who are complaining and posting on the Internet. Generally those, who are happy, enjoy their GPU instead of posting on the Internet. If there was an actual issue, that is present on large number/percentage of GPUs, there would be much more publication on it. So I wouldn't worry too much about it.
  12. No. SLI only works with GPUs that have same model and same amount of VRAM. Even if it would work, SLI support is very limited, many games do not support it at all.
  13. The turbo frequency listed in the specs is a maximum single core boost clock. Cinebench generally loads all cores, therefore you only get the all-core boost clock, which is lower than the maximum specificed turbo clock.
  14. Because print function does not return anything, it only triggers a print output to standard output. Doesn't matter where the function is or what it belongs to. It still must define what it returns. A function in Order class can also return just a string. For example, you can have a function in the Order class, that is named getItems() and returns itemList, that is of type MutableList<Item>.
  15. Every function must have a defined return type. It is simply for clarity reasons to keep things the same everywhere. Even if you use "this", it can cause confusion what exactly is "this", that is being returned.
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