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werto165

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    werto165 got a reaction from eric1830 in Glitch in the PC xbox game pass   
    Cheers I've managed to get another load until april
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    werto165 reacted to Mctech in Using an Rtx 3070 on an existing, old build   
    Wow thanks for expanding so much, this makes a lot of sense. I appreciate your help a lot :)))
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    werto165 got a reaction from xampi in PHP help   
    a single string? if so you'll need a global scope for your variable. random isn't really random per se. from what I remember it takes the current time on ur CPU clock and from that passes it into a formula to give u a number. so a random number each time could be 11111111 not 12456 if that makes some sense. If you don't want them to repeat you will need to perform a check that those values aren't already used so if the first random number is 1 then that can't be used again for the random number. 
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    werto165 got a reaction from xampi in PHP help   
    if you can't use an array and need to use random you will have to use a while loop. A for loop will not work because it may run the same number twice and you wont get a string that's 11 characters long. 
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    werto165 got a reaction from fpo in PHP help   
    not really familar with php so I'm kind guessing the syntax
       for($i=1;$i<=10;$i++){             $rannumber='';             $rannumber.=  $i;             print($rannumber);         } Ignore me. terrible answer lol 
     
    That what u want? 
     
    $rannumber='';
      for($i=1;$i<=10;$i++){
                
                $rannumber.=  $i;
                
            }
    print($rannumber);
     
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    werto165 reacted to homeap5 in PHP help   
    Use array, populate it with numbers 1, 2, 3... and then replace first value in array with random value from array, then second with random etc.
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    werto165 reacted to eric1830 in Glitch in the PC xbox game pass   
    Cause of this glitch If you spend 1000$ (cad) you can get lots of triple-A games for the next 12 years
    each month is worth 6.77 (cad + tax)
     
    so 1000 / 6.77 = 147.710487445 thats how many months you'll get or 12 years only downside is:
    1. you would need a large sum of money upfront
    2. you would have to preform the glitch 147 times i think
     
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    werto165 reacted to Potatocell in rtx 3080 board partners prices.   
    this is the first time I don't really mind the look for the reference cards
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    werto165 reacted to MonkeyPants in PCB STM32 JTAG connector question.   
    I believe that you should give the WiFi board and programmer common ground, if that answers your question.
     
    edit: as long as everything has common ground you should be good.
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    werto165 reacted to Jurrunio in Using a nvme gen 4 ssd with a pcie x4 adapter   
    Silicon Power P34A80, Corsair MP510, HP EX950, Kingston KC2000 are my recommendations, since SN750 and 970 Evo Plus/Evo carries too much of a premium to me.
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    werto165 reacted to RadiatingLight in Using a nvme gen 4 ssd with a pcie x4 adapter   
    B450 does not support PCI-e gen 4.
    Some manufacturers temporarily enabled it in a few BIOS revisions until AMD told them off (AMD has only validated PCI-e 4 for 500-series chipsets, and wants to keep it that way)
    There's no real difference between Gen 3 and Gen 4 SSDs in real-world usability, so just leave it at gen 3.
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    werto165 reacted to Polyvalent in New Half-Life VR Game Announced by Valve.   
    Today, Valve Software, creator of popular titles like Half-Life, Counter-Strike, and Dota 2, has not only created an official (verified) twitter account, but made their first post an announcement of their new "flagship VR game," Half-Life: Alyx.
    There's been a ton of speculation on the what this game will be about, but no concrete announcements have been made except for the title, and a promise to officially unveil the game this Thursday at 10am Pacific time.
     
    My thoughts in a nutshell:
     

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    werto165 got a reaction from WillLTT in [Python] if input matches input first entered then.   
    Sorry of me It was just that I did on my first post
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    werto165 reacted to FloRolf in Recommended upgrade path   
    Is the gpu the only thing that's not correct in your sig? 
     
    I used to rock a 1080 together with a 2600k which is, except HT, pretty close to your 3570. So imo you can go higher in the gpu side if you wanted to. However, going with a more recent CPU will give you access to newer features and standards, such as nvme, USB 3.1.2, RGB (...) and many more. 
     
    The question is, what do you actually do with your pc the most? 
     
     
    Edit: with 500£ I personally would upgrade to a 3600, a decent board, 16gb 3200mhz (or faster) memory and a 970evo plus nvme drive. 
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    werto165 reacted to Stormseeker9 in Recommended upgrade path   
    Yes, I would recommend going with a B450 + Ryzen 3600. For 1440p either the 5700XT or 2070S. Depending on budget
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    werto165 reacted to WillLTT in [Python] if input matches input first entered then.   
    sorry for being bad at this.
    But thanks for helping ?
     
    it works!
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    werto165 got a reaction from airdeano in 3D Printer advice   
    I've had to replace my anet a8 after two years of usage, just couldn't figure out what was wrong bought a new e3d v6 for it too, I think my bed just warped and my mechanics were fucked after two years of usage. I've recently bought the ender 3 and it's a solid machine. just make sure you mess with the eccentric nuts otherwise the bed will have a lot of play. 
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    werto165 got a reaction from Gegger in 3D Printer advice   
    I've had to replace my anet a8 after two years of usage, just couldn't figure out what was wrong bought a new e3d v6 for it too, I think my bed just warped and my mechanics were fucked after two years of usage. I've recently bought the ender 3 and it's a solid machine. just make sure you mess with the eccentric nuts otherwise the bed will have a lot of play. 
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    werto165 got a reaction from Hackentosher in best value 3D printer?   
    Ender 3 is apparently a good one. I have an anet a8 but I would not recommend that at all hahaaaaaaaaaa
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    werto165 reacted to Sychic in Water cooling but not in the traditional sense   
    You don't need them necessarily but they're more optimized for radiators. If you can, try to get some Static Pressure fans like Corsair's SP and ML lineups or EK's Vardar fans.
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    werto165 got a reaction from J.b091 in How will i run Rise of The Tomb Raider Maxed Out   
    you wont with all the bells and whilstles, I think that HBAO+ and pure hair are a FPS killer. 
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    werto165 got a reaction from TechyBen in LEGO PC? Total Geekdom will build it.   
    "And there’s no one more fit for that task than Mike Schropp, the Total Geek behind the Total Geekdom website. Schropp has been building Lego computers for years, from small home systems to massive multi-system farms. But for his first foray into constructing a saleable system, Schropp really outdid himself, going through many design iterations before settling on a compact 7.5″x 7.5″x 5.5″ system—practically as small as he could go and still fit the motherboard inside. His goal, he says, was to build something portable, endlessly customizable, and packed with the power of a full desktop computer."
     

     
    "The base system, which starts at $999, comes with an Intel i3-4360 Dual Core processor, 8 GB of memory, a 120 GB SSD, and an Intel HD4600 graphics card. Three different cases (shown above) are currently available, each featuring a user-controlled LED light bar that encircles the top of the case and displays up to 20 different colors. You can learn much more about Schropp’s design process, and check out the full specs and pricing for several different builds over at Total Geekdom. " 
     


     
    You wont be fitting in a Titan X or an r9 295x2 but personally I think it's really awesome, working lego buttons, well placed LED strips makes this case look really cool. Look at the second link to see more awesome pictures, they also do bio computers and they've made a folding rig out of lego too, however that one is 4 years old at this point, but still really amazing. 
     
     
    Source: http://gizmodo.com/a-customizable-computer-built-entirely-from-legos-1695674879?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_twitter&utm_source=gizmodo_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow 

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    werto165 reacted to James Evens in Anyone experienced with CAN bus? open CAN   
    CAN is no magic. It so common that even my scope can decode it. Just read the specification or datasheet of your µC.
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    werto165 reacted to the dutch guy in Anyone experienced with CAN bus? open CAN   
    You dont "learn" CAN, you just read the datasheets, build the rules in each device and connect the wires. 
     
    For CANbus basics you only need basic google-fu to get some explanations on how devices talk across the bus.
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    werto165 reacted to Hackentosher in Couple questions regarding a rechargable arduino shield and an Arduino MEGA   
    Micro usb port shouldn't be too hard if you have a hot air rework station. It may be better to use one of their powerboost modules to handle charging and power output.
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