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About T4cC0re

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  • Birthday Apr 19, 1994

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Hamburg, Germany
  • Gender
  • Interests
    All PC ;) - Primarily programming and gaming
  • Occupation
    Full Stack Engineer


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 1700
  • Motherboard
    Biostar X370GTN
  • RAM
    16GB G.SKILL DDR4-2666
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX1080 Superclocked
  • Case
    Silverstone SG13
  • Storage
    1x 256GB Samsung 850Pro NVMe PCIe, 1x 1TB WD Black
  • PSU
    random 450W SFX
  • Display(s)
    27" 4K 10-bit acer, 24" AOC G2460PG G-Sync
  • Cooling
    Thermalright 100RH
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Ryus MK Pro
  • Mouse
    Roccat Kone XTD
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro & Schiit Modi2/Vali2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. If the NAS is mounted as a Drive in Windows, YES! The ransomware WILL encrypt everything it has access to, including NetworkVloumes (sometimes even if not mounted). The way I protect against that is to have my data on a snapshottable filesystem (btrfs) on my Homeserver. I do daily snapshots (they won't take up additional space) and if I should get infected with ransomware, I at most loose the data between snapshots. Yes. It will still encrypt the data, but I can revert back easily. Depending on your NAS you might have the possibility to do that as well, but if not: Have a good
  2. I use NiceHash. Quite cool as it automatically selects what to mine based on profit margin. It's not 'real' mining though. You rent your Hardware to be used and get paid in BTC in return. I make ~3-5€ of profit a day. (GTX1080, 0.29€/kWh Definitely, make sure to either have enough power to spring for the big payout (<0.01BTC) or use the NiceHash wallet to get your BTC faster.
  3. Well, that's why I asked if I can change the pump top on that one. I know that that works with other ones. But I'm not sure about it. I would really like an official answer from @EK Luc whether I can change the pump top on this pump and apply this heatsink. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ddc-3-2-pwm-laing-ddc-3-2-pwmhttps://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ddc-heatsink-cover-black As for the D5: It would probably get too tall
  4. Quite simply because of space constraints. And the DDC pump with the res at least looks nice when mounted. (See pic in first post) I use 10/16mm tubes
  5. Ok, so I would buy https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ddc-3-2-pwm-laing-ddc-3-2-pwm and https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ddc-heatsink-cover-black and switch out the pump-top with the one from my 3.1? The shape of the 3.2 I linked weirds me out a bit, is this the correct one for my application? Again, only if I'm not happy with my temps after the addidional blocks. Thanks in advance!
  6. @EK Luc so I COULD go with that pump first, and see how I like my temps and upgrade to a 3.2 if my temps are awful? Can you buy the Pump solo, or do I have to buy it as a bundle? Thanks!
  7. Okay, so I have this pump/res combo (3.1 instead of 3.2) https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xres-100-ddc-mx-3-2-pwm-incl-pump-1 Is that an 18 Watt pump? I can't find anything on that site,... nor in the manual
  8. Hands down the 990 pro if you can drive it.Just awesome headphones for their money! Most newer Mobos have an amp on-board. so it's worth a shot.
  9. OT: Regarding the image, yeah, I already shot a PM to luke. Btt: Cool, so my thought when planning the build were correct. Thanks!
  10. Hi there, I was wondering if my EK-DDC Pump will push enough to support a 360+240 rad + 2GPUs and CPU. I am currently rockin' a 360 with the CPU (OC'd) on the pump and temps are awesome. But now I want to add 2 cards to the loop. And I wondered if that pump was enough? I always heard that the DDC pumps are quite good for that kind of pressure, is that true? Do I even need the additional 240? (I think so...) The 140 fans to the left would be replaced with the 240 and the ugly kink near the CPU would get away then. The 980 would be replaced by some sweet 1080s with EK block
  11. asiancorruption: Ubuntu and Mint are so called distributions. Linux itself is something much tinier and down to the core. Distributions add things that Linux needs to run. This here is another distribution called Gentoo with a custom kernel and a XFCE UI on top.
  12. UPDATE: Found a article on the blog of Fail0verflow. That should be better as it goes into more technical detail: https://fail0verflow.com/blog/2015/console-hacking-2015-liner-notes.html The known hacker-group Fail0verflow has done it. Linux runs on the PS4. This was demonstrated at the german hacker-congress 32C3. There is some functionality missing, but the general system is working. Source: http://www.golem.de/news/jailbreak-linux-und-pok-mon-auf-der-playstation-4-1512-118279.html Translation of the source: The known hacker-group Fail0verflow has managed to run L
  13. Yes, sure, i have no problem with G2A. You probably should not buy from sketchy sellers, but other than that great platform and much better than eBay for buying keys^^