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gremlicious

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About gremlicious

  • Title
    they/them
  • Birthday Oct 25, 1997

Profile Information

  • Location
    Vega
  • Gender
    Other
  • Interests
    money
  • Biography
    legacy switch systems engineer from the UK
  • Occupation
    switch and transmission engineering

System

  • CPU
    defective brain
  • Motherboard
    slight asthma
  • RAM
    bad
  • GPU
    one shader.
  • Case
    fatter than anyone from school remembers
  • Storage
    plenty, providing we're talking about food
  • PSU
    unknown, sources have speculated i run on sheer spite
  • Display(s)
    clear displays of disinterest are commonly observable
  • Cooling
    defective. item begins to seep water at 14c
  • Keyboard
    no thanks i prefer drums
  • Mouse
    difficult to get mice when you don't live near the ground
  • Sound
    train horns outside
  • Operating System
    braindeadOS 97
  • Laptop
    Asus FX705GM
  • Phone
    i11 ProMax

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  1. only if the wiring behind the socket isn't shagged. had a 2kW heater at work plugged in and the next thing i knew the room stank of molten plastic and the wall was smoking behind the socket. live terminal gone HR. our sockets can do 3.1kW for reference (240v @ 13A) @TVwazherethere goes your hopes of preserving my post count on this thread
  2. no just like win10, i'll be giving it a good few months for anything major and unexpected to happen, and then i'll move over starting with my least important machine first
  3. image.png.c12571f543fd02609e0f017e4c59c97d.png

    I forbid you from ever commenting on the F@H board ever again /s

    1. SpikeSpiegel

      SpikeSpiegel

      6 minutes ago, gremlicious said:

      news: gigabyte has branched into making portable toilets

      That's one faulty portable toilet.  Can we RMA it and get our money back?

    2. Bombastinator

      Bombastinator

      From the sound the toilet wasn’t faulty, it’s just that putting a fire cracker in the holding tank isn’t normal use.

    3. TVwazhere

      TVwazhere

      This made me laugh way too hard

  4. regrettably i also need that for rendering vr boo- i mean allowing me to play beatsaber
  5. regrettably i won't be joining the folding sprint. after an incident earlier in the year where one of my water heaters malfunctioned while i didn't catch it and drew a.. truly staggering amount of power over the course of three months - my energy supplier is now battering me with extremely high payment demands the moment i even look at one of my light switches maybe next year when that's all settled down
  6. if you can run two separate cables, run two separate cables if you don't have space to do so, or you don't have enough cables, then run the daisychained 6+2's they're both fine as solutions
  7. it used to be viable to run a second card for PhysX if you had applications that relied heavily on that, but, these days any single GPU on the market (and i'm talking the present generations, not old gpu's still in production) is more than powerful enough for it not to matter - this has been the case since at least 900 series. Here are some things you can do with your GT 710 -Turn it into a coffee coaster -Use it as a space heater for a really small doll house -See how far you can throw it like a frisbee -Ask NASA very nicely if they'll send it into orbit so you can try
  8. ah, ccleaner. used to be "crap cleaner" now just "cancerous cleaner" you're best ditching it. a shadow of its former self and just another bit of bloatware at this point, sadly.
  9. ah there's something posted here now, okay yes, i would say that is more than good enough for the tasks at hand. I would say that a couple of bits could be tweaked - there are likely cheaper AIO options than the kraken but if you're going for a look and the kraken will fit that look then by all means stick with it. I'd perhaps go to a 750W PSU incase you want to jump up in graphics later on down the line but it's not necessary and we all build machines a bit different - so what I'd do is just personal opinion mostly
  10. what pstate is the card running in if you call up nvsmi
  11. hello folks, sorry for my absence, i continue to fold when i'm able but for the minute i have no dedicated 24/7 folding effort set up. rest assured, i haven't lost any hardware, i'm just unable to commit the time and resource to it at present. cheers
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