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JohanKjeldahl7

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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to akio123008 in How much power for a virtual assistant?   
    I think so.
     
    That seems like one very difficult thing to do? 
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Pixelfie in Which of these mice?   
    I personally always liked Logitechs mice and I have quite large hands. So my choice would be the G703 hero or, my second choice would be one of the Razers, probably the Lancehead or the Viper. Although I have to say I never tried any of the ASUS mice. I have tried Stteelseries' mice but they are really not my type.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to manikyath in LVSD to HDMI possible?   
    googled the display p/n with "hdmi" behind it, first hit was this thing:
    https://www.amazon.com/Controller-HSD101PFW2-CLAA101WB03-1024x600-40Pins/dp/B06X9BG8GD
    then there's aliexpress:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001166987319.html
    ebay:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/361001303655
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Donut417 in Question about ethernet cables (number of pins)   
    The 600 Mbps is the speed between the power line adapters. Thats how all adapters are advertised. You have to look closely at what the port is rated for in terms of speed. It doesnt matter anyway, because Power Line adapters probably couldn't get close to gigabit speeds. I would say the 50 Mbps is pretty damn good for a power line adapter. 
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to The_russian in Question about ethernet cables (number of pins)   
    What devices are you connecting? 100mpbs only requires 4 pins while 1gbps requires 8, so if either device (or both) only supports up to 100mbps, the additional 4 pins in the other cables won’t increase your bandwidth. As for the metal vs plastic connectors, the metal ones are probably grounded cables, though I think the port the cable is being connected to must also be correctly grounded for it to be effective.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to The_russian in Question about ethernet cables (number of pins)   
    That TP-Link powerline adapter only has a 10/100mbps Ethernet port, so you won’t get a connection any faster than 100mpbs when using it. The 600mbps speed they claim is borderline false advertising, how I understand it is if they  had put a gigabit port in the adapter, then it would be capable of 600mbps in the best of conditions, but since they only put a 10/100mbps port in it, 100mbps will be the fastest you will get. Since the adapter only supports 100mbps, regardless of if you use a 4 pin or 8 pin Ethernet cable, the max bandwidth will be 100mbps.
     
    Yeah the 8 pin cable should not be slower, it could be a lower quality cable or just coincidence that the speed dropped when you switched cables, but theoretically you shouldn’t be getting slower speeds with the different cables.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to IsmetGS in Ahh yes makes sense (Rediculous GPU usage)   
    Happens the same for other games, it doesn't happen all the time, and usually just requires a quick restart but still very annoying. Will have a look into the windows versions, thank you
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from IsmetGS in Ahh yes makes sense (Rediculous GPU usage)   
    How do other games behave? Do other games work with proper GPU usage? Also - I heard that the newest Windows 10 update causes major GPU usage and FPS issues, especially with high end GPUs, such as yours. Maybe try to update your drivers and look up which Windows version you have and which one causes issues. Sorry I don't know which Windows version exactly causes the problems.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to trag1c in C++ Faster loading with classes in the main project file or in another file?   
    As others have said multiple files don't actually do anything besides make your code more maintainable. Basically The #include directive actually tells the preprocessor (a compiler component) to copy the text of that file into the target file. From there it is compiled into an object and then the linker links all of your objects together into a cohesive executable file.
     
    That's the very brief explanation of what happens. If you want a more detailed explanation this is a good Stack Overflow post on the process. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6264249/how-does-the-compilation-linking-process-work
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to WereCatf in C++ Faster loading with classes in the main project file or in another file?   
    Exactly. I mean, if you don't have a very complex project that deliberately compiles into multiple dynamically-loadable files, then all the code in the separate files will still end up in the same executable.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Kilrah in C++ Faster loading with classes in the main project file or in another file?   
    Yes basically. That way you can organize your code in files dedicated to a specific functionality etc so that you know which file to go in when you're looking for something. 
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Kilrah in C++ Faster loading with classes in the main project file or in another file?   
    Won't make any difference in performance, but everything in one file would be a nightmare to maintain.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Inter_ok in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    We did it Gamers! A short time ago this forum reached a very nice number of members.

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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from linuxChips2600 in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    We did it Gamers! A short time ago this forum reached a very nice number of members.

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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Brok3n But who cares? in 3900x worth upgrading to 5000 Series?   
    The 3900X may bottleneck the 3080 for about 10% of its performance. If you really want an absolute dream machine and you care about the 10% for your streaming and content creation - get a 5000 series. If you think that the 10% bottleneck are not worth spending an extra (how much is it? like 400- bucks?) for a new CPU - don't get it. I personally would not get it, because the better performance would not be worth the so much extra spending for me, but this is just my opinion. Hope that helps!
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from bowrilla in 3900x worth upgrading to 5000 Series?   
    I completely agree with you, those cards are intented to run very high resolutions on very high settings. Using a number for 1080p from a bottleneck calculator sure was not the best idea and I have learned from this mistake. In the future, I will first ask what games the person is playing on which resolution and try to find user experience for this games instead of using a bottleneck calculator. Thank you for pointing these things out.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from ChaoticChaosx in 3900x worth upgrading to 5000 Series?   
    The 3900X may bottleneck the 3080 for about 10% of its performance. If you really want an absolute dream machine and you care about the 10% for your streaming and content creation - get a 5000 series. If you think that the 10% bottleneck are not worth spending an extra (how much is it? like 400- bucks?) for a new CPU - don't get it. I personally would not get it, because the better performance would not be worth the so much extra spending for me, but this is just my opinion. Hope that helps!
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Mister Woof in 3900x worth upgrading to 5000 Series?   
    Bottleneck calculators aren't really that helpful.
     
    In some games there will be almost none, in others, a huge bottleneck, and most others, it will depend on the specific conditions within that game and it will fluctuate as you play.
     
    I would say you need to consider the majority of the games you play to see if they are sensitive to cpu limitations. If they are, then upgrading isn't a bad idea.
     
    For example if you play a lot of MMO games, a cpu upgrade is a good choice.
     
    If you play a bunch of doom eternal, then no.
     
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Moonzy in 3900x worth upgrading to 5000 Series?   
    Sorry I forgot to include the usecase and info.
    10% bottleneck is the average for this combination at 1080p gaming on ultra settings.
    Here is my source: https://www.cpuagent.com/cpu/amd-ryzen-9-3900x/bottleneck/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080?res=1&quality=ultra
    The link actually says 11%.
     
    I totally agree with you on the application topic, sorry for not including it, that was my fault.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Zelphyr in Need some help to build a new PC   
    Thanks! it was helpful! i do plan on upgrading my SSD to a m.2 nvme one as my boot drive and probably getting another sata SSD perhaps to serve as my main storage, my current SSD is quite old and small.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Zelphyr in Need some help to build a new PC   
    1. I dont think that the extra VRAM will make too much difference in the next 2-4 years, I would go with the 3070 or maybe the 3060 if you really want the extra VRAM but still decent ray tracing support.
    2. 16GB should be enough. I run a dual monitor setup too and never ever had any problems with my RAM usage, even if I was gaming on my main monitor and watching movies/videos on my secondary display. Go with the 16GB and if you start getting problems with it, upgrade in the future, although I doubt you will have problems.
    3. Keep as much as you can, save the money foe better parts. The SSD and HDD will work in any system + you don't have to transfer the data manually. If you go for 16GB of RAM and you are happy with the RAM you have right now - keep it, use it. Obviously you will need to change your GPU and so on if you want it to last for the next 3-4 years. If you are happy with the case - keep it, use it. 
    Try to use as much as possible from your old system and spend the saved money either on better parts you are buying or just save the money.
     
    Hope this was helpful.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 reacted to Lurick in What do the numbers and letters for Wi-Fi cards mean?   
    6 is the generation of wifi, 6E is an enhancement by introducing 6GHz wifi in addition to existing 2.4GHz ax and 5GHz ax improvements.
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Tan3l6 in What do the numbers and letters for Wi-Fi cards mean?   
    Oh yes thats right - apperantly there are speeds up to 224 GB/s possible (yes, gigabyte, not bit). That is insane. Imagine using this for downloading games...
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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Computernaut in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    We did it Gamers! A short time ago this forum reached a very nice number of members.

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    JohanKjeldahl7 got a reaction from Skiiwee29 in Is a Windows 10 Debloater safe to use?   
    Okay, thank you!
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