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flashiling

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    flashiling got a reaction from Hymenopus_Coronatus in I'm still mad… but buy it anyway - RTX 3060 Review   
    i'll be refreshing websites.
    Not to buy one but to see how fast they sell out
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    flashiling got a reaction from brAce4Ace in (Sponsored) The Thing 3D Printed Case   
    damnn  this looks super sick.
    maybe it's just me who likes the glass panels but that with a glass panel slapped on both sides would be insane.
    keep working hard!
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    flashiling got a reaction from AV Case Mods in (Sponsored) The Thing 3D Printed Case   
    damnn  this looks super sick.
    maybe it's just me who likes the glass panels but that with a glass panel slapped on both sides would be insane.
    keep working hard!
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    flashiling got a reaction from gal-m in RTX 3080 Best CPU   
    people also buy a 1650 and a ryzen 2600 and pair it with an 850W psu, i think the power draw of components maybe arent explained very well many places.
     
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    flashiling got a reaction from Jason 57 in High Temperatures or Am I expecting too much ?   
    stress testing usually makes it hit high temps, but if it doesn't hit those temps while gaming i don't think you've got a problem.
    do you have proper airflow in your case?
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    flashiling reacted to gardotd426 in Cheat engine for Linux?   
    That's not the only definition of hacking and you know it, stop being a dick. I also don't condone cheating in multiplayer games and won't help people cheat because "I, person on the internet, promise not to use this cheating software in multiplayer games, only single player" is not even remotely believable enough for me. But someone who "hacks" is "a computer expert who uses their technical knowledge to achieve a goal or overcome an obstacle, within a computerized system by non-standard means." There are kernel hackers and all sorts of other hackers who never gain unauthorized access to data in a system or computer. You nonce, even the official Linux Foundation website has a damn "Kernel Hackers Guide:" https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/kernel-hacking/index.html
     
    If you're going to be a pedant, choose your battles wisely, or else you just look like a tool. 
     
    But no, cheat engine ain't hacking. 
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    flashiling got a reaction from SAI ADITYA VARDHAN SANKU in What type of shipping damages can occur to a laptop.?   
    it could be crushed or dropped.
    there are many physical aspects that you can see immideatly.
    but i guess if you can't turn it on then return it immideatly.
    look at what the spec sheet in your order confirmation says and double check all your specs are correct, as in if you bought a laptop with 16gb ram then check to make sure hwinfo or other monitoring programs can see you have 16gb and such
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    flashiling got a reaction from Muhlis Gursoy in What CPU temperature should be the maximum allowed on laptops?   
    as someone who used the laptop keyboard of a laptop that had a tendency to hit 95° i suggest you force it to throttle earlier since my finger tips ended up getting hurt from touching the hot keyboard for a long time.
    or get a seperate keyboard and plug it in your laptop if this is an issue.
     
    i'd suggest keeping it under 85, unless you lose a lot of preformance by doing so. (also if it's older and you've used it in places like your bed, maybe removing dust would help too)
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    flashiling got a reaction from Sorein in Nvidia G-Sync option not showing up on my Nvidia Control Panel   
    is it a gsync monitor?
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    flashiling got a reaction from Sakuriru in Facing issues while designing a Gaming platform.   
    do you not have a test environment?
    and since it's a testing phase for your platform, finding those bugs is the exact reason you're doing a test.
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    flashiling got a reaction from Hymenopus_Coronatus in Help finding name of music   
    found it by using shazam (phone app)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
     
     
  12. Funny
    flashiling got a reaction from RTX 3090 in Help finding name of music   
    found it by using shazam (phone app)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
     
     
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    flashiling got a reaction from LAwLz in Facing issues while designing a Gaming platform.   
    do you not have a test environment?
    and since it's a testing phase for your platform, finding those bugs is the exact reason you're doing a test.
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    flashiling got a reaction from PlayStation 2 in Where should I place my desktop (other than desk)?   
    the floor is usually only bad if you're bad at vacuuming your room, or if you have carpets.
    another option is if your desk has a small shelf near the bottom left or right side that you could place it on.
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    flashiling got a reaction from Blue4130 in Facing issues while designing a Gaming platform.   
    do you not have a test environment?
    and since it's a testing phase for your platform, finding those bugs is the exact reason you're doing a test.
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    flashiling got a reaction from Latvian Video in Will this damage my pc?   
    so you bought a 3070, and it's not going to arrive for 7 days.
    And you're wondering if you can buy a 50$ gpu at your local hardware store and use it in your computer whilst waiting for the 3070?
    yes, you can do that, but you will have to install the drivers for the 50$ gpu and then ddu them when your 3070 arrives as it doesn't use the same drivers.
    if you have gone 2 months without a proper gaming computer i'm sure you can wait the extra 7 days though.
     
     
  17. Funny
    flashiling got a reaction from akio123008 in Help finding name of music   
    found it by using shazam (phone app)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
     
     
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    flashiling got a reaction from Arika S in Facing issues while designing a Gaming platform.   
    do you not have a test environment?
    and since it's a testing phase for your platform, finding those bugs is the exact reason you're doing a test.
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    flashiling reacted to For Science! in "Fair" Overclocking Leaderboard Discussion   
    After what I can only describe as an epic sh*tstorm with the Userbenchmark Overclocking Competition. It got me thinking as to exactly what would be a good way to quantify and score an overclocking board. Perhaps those interested in making such a thread in future can contribute and learn from this thread to make a OC competition thread that is widely accepted by the community @Storm-Chaser.
     
    In my opinion, an overclocking competition should be exactly that, a competition who is able to squeeze out more performance out of a certain chip. For this reason, while it is probably tempting and the easiest to just rank by score, it is important to quantify the score as a percentage over stock for a certain chip.
     
    For example, no matter how much you bend backwards, an i7 2600K is not going to beat a R9 5950X in Cinebench Multi (or anything, perhaps). However, the point of an OC competition is the OCing and not whether you score higher (in my opinion). So I think that if you can get 150% performance out of a i7-2600K, that should be credited in some way. This would then mean that then chips that have a lot of overclocking headroom would be unfairly favored over more recent chips that don't have a lot of headroom (squeezing 150% out of a 2600K may be a lot easier than a 5950X, for example). So therefore the average "overclockability" would need to be also considered as a metric. 
     
    Obviously this would mean that the leaderboard would be very segmented with each chip needing its own table. I think that would be too fine and for this reason I would say just like how wrestlers are seperated by weight-class, you could group chips by a certain silicon generation (maybe?). And to give a metric that's comparable between weight-classes, I think some number that describes how good your OCing was relative to other OC's in that weight-class will let you demonstrate your "OCing skills".
     
    How I could see it at the moment would be....
     
    - Each user would need to submit a "stock" score and "OC" score along with details of their chip.
    - Stock scores for an individual chip would need to be averaged with 3 sigma rejection to compute an "average stock score" for a certain chip, alternatively an autheticated user would serve as the "baseline stock"
    - "OC" scores would need to be computed first as a percentage increase over stock (OC score / average stock score * 100) and then tabulated into the weight-class (e.g. Intel 14 nm, or AMD 7 nm)
    - The percentage increase overstock can then be calculated as a sigma value (maybe?), to basically signify how much better your OC is relative to other OC's in the weight-class
    - The leaderboard would actually be sorted by sigma value
     
    I can foresee many issues at the moment as the board will depend heavily on how the weight-class are sorted, but for now this is probably enough to get a discussion started.
  20. Funny
    flashiling got a reaction from SpiderMan in Building PCs...   
    went to a friends house for the weekend to play games with him and go to a party, so brought my desktop too.
    had some issues with my cable length and the wall outlets so after messing aroudn with the cables for about 15 min i tried turning on my pc and it did absolutely nothing.
    and got a little bit scared, untill i realaized that i hadn't plugged my psu into the extension cord.
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    flashiling reacted to Skiiwee29 in Userbenchmark.com benchmarking competition   
    Its not a fair fight is what people are saying. The 5600x is better, even in single core performance than an i5 9600k, but yet there system says otherwise. So why should I bench my 3700x against say an i3 8100 and lose because there weighting system says so? Its not right, its not proper and does not actually present a fair fight. its a rigged fight for Intel based on the way Userbenchmark has there system coded. 
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    flashiling got a reaction from Kilrah in I feel like i'm addicted to watching videos   
    if you hate yourself, go play classic wow with the 30 year old dad gamers.
    if you hate everyone around you go play league of legends.
    if you hate weapon balancing in games go play call of duty (usually always some kind of weapon or attatchment that's stupidly strong)
    if you love holding one angle for up to 1½ min every round for 15 rounds only to miss a shot due to 64 tick servers go play csgo.
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    flashiling got a reaction from Tristerin in I feel like i'm addicted to watching videos   
    if you hate yourself, go play classic wow with the 30 year old dad gamers.
    if you hate everyone around you go play league of legends.
    if you hate weapon balancing in games go play call of duty (usually always some kind of weapon or attatchment that's stupidly strong)
    if you love holding one angle for up to 1½ min every round for 15 rounds only to miss a shot due to 64 tick servers go play csgo.
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    flashiling got a reaction from Downkey in does frb means fps   
    the more rgb the more fps you get,
    but if you change it to white you get better cooling.
    they learned how to do that by copying toothpaste companies, who made the toothpaste have a slight red colour to make the toothbrush go faster
  25. Funny
    flashiling got a reaction from NunoLava1998 in does frb means fps   
    the more rgb the more fps you get,
    but if you change it to white you get better cooling.
    they learned how to do that by copying toothpaste companies, who made the toothpaste have a slight red colour to make the toothbrush go faster
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