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About Radium_Angel

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  • Location
    Hanging out in the sixth circle.
  • Interests
    Machine Learning, Neural Networks


  • CPU
    Dual Xeon
  • RAM
  • GPU
    1060 GTX
  • Case
    PowerEdge 2900 III
  • Storage
    RAID, lots and lots of RAID, plus some nVME and m.2 SSD goodness for added measure
  • PSU
    900 watts, redundant
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  • Cooling
    Air, for now.
  • Operating System
    Windows 9 (yes, it exists)

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  1. How long is the warranty? I'd send those pics back to them and put the ball in their court
  2. That card looks used... Are the specs accurate? Does it perform like it's supposed to?
  3. Stock android 7 and above, though loading custom roms doesnt scare me
  4. 7 to 10 inch is fine, around 75$ US, if possible, it's for a single task (I have an android phone, but need a larger surface area) Suggestions?
  5. I was fortunate to be involved with the dev team at a very very early stage. I loved BeOS when it came out, even ran it full time for a number of years.
  6. Yes, depending on how hot the solution actually gets, otherwise, as the video mentioned, crap in your water cooling solution is never a good idea. We'll chalk this one up to "interesting, but currently impractical"
  7. The video capabilities of the iPhone 11 are no slouch, given the proper lighting. According to GSMArena, the full video specs are as follows: 4K@24/30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, gyro-EIS I doubt you will be able to beat that for 200 CAD.
  8. What iphone are we comparing to? What is the use case?
  9. They are supposed to look like that, everything so far looks good.
  10. screenshot time I need screen shots of the Device Manager, with the subsection of Display Adapters expanded and I need a screen shot of the resolution section where you can't change it from 640x480 please
  11. I assume the card isn't defective, that you bought it brand new from a reputable seller?
  12. Did the drivers actually install properly? Look in the Device Manager under the Display Adapter, see if anything funky is going on.
  13. Check the health of the drives, start with using the manufacturer's tools (WDDIAG for the WD drive) Test RAM with MmeTest86 Run with only 1 RAM stick, see if the lag/spike issue persists Look in the Event Viewer, especially the System subsection, see if you see anything that stands out. Quote me when you report back, so I know you've replied.