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Radium_Angel

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About Radium_Angel

  • Title
    Fanatic

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

System

  • CPU
    Dual Xeon
  • RAM
    48GB
  • 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
  • Display(s)
    Lots
  • Cooling
    Air, for now.
  • Operating System
    Windows 9 (yes, it exists)

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  1. If you can, post all your crash dumps here, I'll look through them and see if anything jumps out
  2. Because I want everyone to understand the "joys" of debugging assembly that requires you to summon Cthulhu to help and he looks at that spaghetti mess of code and pisses off back to Ry'leh here it's safe.
  3. Bear in mind it's got no cooling, and you'll melt it down if you try to run it without a fan. There are several 3D-printed cooling solutions on eBay right now, https://www.ebay.com/itm/Blower-Fan-Cooler-for-Intel-Xeon-Phi-Passive-Cooling-3-5-and-7-series/123977379340?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 It's cranks out 60 dB so fair warning on that, but I believe it's the best price out there (short of rigging something up from parts you already have) Also bear in mind it's of extremely limited practical use under Windows, and even under
  4. You're right, what in the world was I thinking? I used to program on mainframes, we had power to spare back then!
  5. That you had an issue clearly indicates it wasn't. It's entirely up to you, but there is no "safe" overclocking, you are pushing a system past what it was designed for. Maybe it can handle it easily, maybe it can't.
  6. Not excalty, sockets being different and all that, but you can get a bespoke AIO for GPUs
  7. He's not ready for C++, he needs to start with the basics of programming, get a solid foundation. Then, and only then can he move on to more modern languages. For starters I suggest he starts in Assembly. If he can handle that, he can handle anything
  8. Too much overclocking. System can't handle it and refuses to boot. So, don't do that.
  9. No it isn't. It will not be on sale for MSRP because all the scalpers will get it and sell it for 5x that price
  10. If it's just power plug, that won't make a difference, you need to unplug your power connection AND your BIOS battery.
  11. You're kidding right? Do you have any idea how complex it is to program, much less make a game? It takes years for people who already know how to program.
  12. Very bad idea right now, unless you like tossing money down the drain, in which case send it to me instead
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