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  1. @AnotherMax It's cool duder. yeah, so... that's my last straw that I'm gonna try. There's a few portions of the data MSB (most significant bit) that keeps changing when changing what device it's paired too. Otherwise, I'm 90% certain that bytes 0-2 and 2-4 are for timing cuz they're unsigned 16 bit integers and they line up. If I don't have to brute force it and can ask. That's what I'm doing rn cuz work smarter not harder
  2. @AnotherMaxthese are a good starting point, but I found some more resources that were more useful that are super buried on the Bluetooth documentation's website. I'll post here just in case you're curious. Bluetooth Web Tutorial from the horses mouth (it's still dated) Second, the "characteristics" in Bluetooth terminology are properties in a grouping. that grouping is called a "service" (this isn't me trying to be an asshole about terms). So, the "value" is typed as DataView since the standard has been updated and bugs have been fixed in Chrome / Edge. Again, making the "value" pr
  3. @shadow_ray edited the post. it wasn't anything super important
  4. Hello! This may be a bit long winded, but bare with me. TLDR: Looking for ways of parsing binary response from a Bluetooth device. So, I've got a crazy idea (maybe) in that I've been trying to develop a data logging application and fitness tracker for my new IC4 bike. The difference between this app and others available on the market is that it works via the experimental Bluetooth browser standard. Described in more detail here. Web Bluetooth API - Web APIs | MDN (mozilla.org). Getting to the point. I've paired to my Bluetooth connection (server). Pa
  5. From the reviews I've read if you find a dead pixel they definitely replace the panel / swap it out for a not broken unit.
  6. Hey all, so it's time for me to part ways with my budget corsair case I've had since 2013. I simply want something professional looking, perhaps a side panel, noise dampening (I wear noise cancelling headphones so this isn't to high on my list). So far I've liked the Corsair 678C link Trying to also go for a white, blue aesthetic as I have an Alienware AW3420DW Ultrawide monitor. My system isn't too crazy and I don't have a ton of hard drives, or water cooling. Any budget
  7. It means that your motherboard vendor didn't test that memory kit to have no issues with your processor. Don't worry though, just because it's not on that qualified vendor list doesn't mean that your memory, motherboard, and cpu won't ever play nicely together. It simply means that you yourself may need to get stable memory. This isn't to say that this is the solution, but in my light research on the the Kernel 41 error you're experiencing yielded that this is most likely a hardware issue. Also, Kernel generally referencing your operating systems underlying low level code. Low leve
  8. Honestly, I'd not go out to eat and just get the Alienware AW2521HF. If IPS, FPS, and G-Sync are your main criteria. Alienware (dell) seem to have very good quality assurance people working for them. Generally their Panels (sourced from LG) don't have as bad of backlight bleed or issues in general. In my opinion, getting one good thing that suits all your needs and that you keep is better than flip flopping monitors all the time. Because you end buying / selling this at a net loss if you switch monitors all the time. Bonus: this particular panel has a 240hz refresh rate.
  9. perhaps checking if the memory is on the QVL?
  10. Not sure, the github page doesn't immediately make a mention of it. Stating "Inspired by the Windows 95 era PowerToys project, this reboot provides power users with ways to squeeze more efficiency out of the Windows 10 shell and customize it for individual workflows."
  11. Hey, this is more of a PSA, but I recently discovered this microsoft supported and open source "Power Tools" they put out there. Check it out here: Github Power Toys Of the features that it adds to windows my favorite feature is. Fancy Zones (for snapping windows to predefined ares) a more advanced windows snap utility.
  12. I felt like this needed a PSA. Everyone should checkout "Windows Power Tools" availible here: power toys. It's on Microsofts Github repository on github. After work i'm really going to play around with Fancy Zones that at a minimum was worth checking out to me. As I just purchased a 34" Ultra Wide Monitor. While I have not looked into it a ton personally. It looks very promising
  13. here goes something CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 GPU: EVGA 1660Ti Ultra Black Average FPS: 28.10 Score: 3757
  14. Hey just coming back to this forum after a 6 year hiatus ha. Benchmark: Fire Strike CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 stock GPU: EVGA GTX 1660 Ti XC Ultra GPU Core: 2,135 GPU Memory: 1,900 Score: 15, 794 3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/22444927