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JoshHendi

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    IT Manager

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    i7-8086K @ 5ghz @ 1.275v
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    Gigabyte Aorus Z370
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    Corsair 900D
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    Corsair RM1000x
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    27" Asus 144mhz
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  1. ~150 Cinebench score is very little to no difference in real world usage... unless you are trying to get bencmarks specifically? For normal use though I wouldnt sweat it
  2. Ah damn, maybe we will get lucky down the road
  3. And a welcome to ya!
  4. I wonder how much change would accumulate by the time the download is done?
  5. There are quite a few exchanges out there, but most are KYC and that is getting more of the norm every day... BISQ is fantastic if you want to exchange anonymously (more so than a standard exchange)
  6. Once you signup and confirmed with Coinbase, you get a wallet address for every coin they support. Then you can send/receive as you please... And do be aware of the KYC mentioned previously
  7. If you are just getting into mining, your best bet would be alt-coins then convert them to btc Profitable btc ASICs are expensive and noisy, and with the reward halfing this may, might make your ROI even harder Look into mining with RandomX... IMO the best 'new' mining algo right now
  8. I'd just dial in 4ghz at 1.3-1.36 (depending on luck of your chip)... That is the best spot for performance, temps and safe voltages
  9. For reference (for you or others) you can always use a mutli-meter on resistance test and probe the leads to verify if modular cables from one PS can work with the other (some you can even physyically see, the individual wire wrapped ones)
  10. Personally Id go with the XT, but as others have said, Nvidia more stable with better support... Id hope AMD will stable out soon though
  11. Yea I would rock a 'sample' even though Im not a watch guy
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