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Ashiella

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About Ashiella

  • Title
    Alone
  • Birthday Mar 04, 2002

Profile Information

  • Location
    Neptune
  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Anime, Games, Being Alone.
  • Biography
    Just a cutie
  • Occupation
    Semi-Professional Rainbow Six: Siege Player

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 3900x (undervolted)
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X570-P
  • RAM
    Team Vulcan 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 3000Mhz 16-16-16-36
  • GPU
    GTX Titan X (Pascal) w/ uninstalled waterblock lol
  • Case
    Corsair 400c
  • Storage
    1x 1TB Lite-on EP2, 2x 128GB Samsung, 500GB HDD, 3x 1TB HDD (Raid 0)
  • PSU
    Corsair RMi 750w
  • Display(s)
    e-Element Samsung PLS (85hz) / Dell S2716DG (1440p144hz)
  • Cooling
    Scythe Ninja 5
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Stafe (Browns)
  • Mouse
    G900 Chaos Spectrum
  • Sound
    Logitech z506, Sennheiser HD 598cs
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. i did, and i turned it off (forgot i had it on from last night lol), i tested it again afterwards, and now it just works all of a sudden. i really didnt expect it to, but it works now, so, uh yeah.. thanks everyone for helping
  2. True, google did and they refused to acknowledge its existence. I fixed that, mc server starts now. lol forgot I had to use the other ip. ports still closed. side note, seems like my public ip keeps changing.. not sure how to change that either.
  3. Mainly just portcheckers online, but also pings from friends via cmd. idk how to see if its a public domain or nat reserved ip. It does this whenever I host a server and wdym about vps and vpn, I do have a friend willing to let me vpn into his network because port forwarding works for him, would this work?
  4. if you feel like remoting in, hmu in dm's.
  5. A long time ago I used spectrum and their modem/router combo with 200/10mbps and port forwarded fine. Then, I moved to a bigger city, got google fiber. I tried working with 2 different support teams at google to figure out why its not working, no one could figure it out. The google wifi router team kept saying its the ISP (google fiber) and the ISP kept saying it was the router. Moved again a year later, got spectrum so I could port forward, only other option is ATT... Some googling revealed that the modem/router combo unit aint the play for port forwarding, and also no $5/m charge so hey, i
  6. No point. Performance will mostly not degrade by more than 5% unless there is hard artifacting on the card lol, this mainly depends on thermals though, if the thermal paste hasnt be re-applied after years and years, after a while the card will run warmer and not clock as high. Also thermal cycling is what mainly causes degradation. The only difference with buying a new vs used card, mining or not is how long it could last. Pretty much everything made these days would last 10 years or more if treated right, so if a miner uses it for 2, you got around 8 left, but after a couple more years it'l
  7. Parting out would come out to ~200 on ebay. After fees and shipping you'd get around $160-175. I'd say around $150 as a complete build, $200 if you part out and clean everything. A pre-installed OS is a selling point, but not a "drive the price up" selling point imo.
  8. Maybe the cable or the port on the monitor is going out? Thats all I can really think of. My Dell S2716DG had its HDMI port go out recently, its just flickering constantly now.
  9. 1fps is the lowest i think, but that shouldnt make it smaller.
  10. haha, no. I tried, and it looks like x264 wont take a lower bitrate, this is as good as it gets.
  11. That is the only way more will be squeezed out, I think x264 might support lower bitrate, but it will look far worse than av1.
  12. This is the smallest video possible. Floppy.mkv
  13. 128x72 12fps AV1, 6kbps, it literally wont encode lower. mono channel Opus 6kbps, it literally wont encode lower. I'm not 100% sure on if there is a better video codec, but this is the best audio codec, and its smallest size is 1.04MB. Floppy f.opus
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