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Messages - Arinoth

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I think this would be a good idea. Not only does it give us more insight into the new office, but it may be helpful for other people planning or thinking about doing this themselves to their own office/room for recording.

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Rants and Raves / Re: General Raves Section
« on: September 27, 2017, 08:41:52 AM »
your negativity knows no bounds

Merely an overly seasoned mover giving some advice.

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Rants and Raves / Re: General Raves Section
« on: September 27, 2017, 06:12:18 AM »
Time it with the stampede I'll be there anyways ;)

Congrats, now you have all the joy of packing up and moving, not to mention that fun last cleaning after everything is out...or the unpacking at the new place ;)

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I knew there was a reason I didn't have a uPlay account.

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Bitcoin/Litecoin/Folding / Re: How do I power a 10 to 13 GPU mining rig?
« on: September 05, 2017, 11:38:26 AM »
From an electrical safety point of view you do not want to be running 2 power supplies to 1 rig off of two separate breakers. As the power supplies themselves will be connected to each other you could possible be create extra load on one of the breakers / power supplies in the result the other one is/gets tripped. There is a possibility a fire could start from this. You'd be safer running two separate rigs on two separate breakers.

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Like any good enthusiast I let my GTX 1080 Ti SC2 HYBRID work as it was originally intended. Now I have the optimization itch as the fan that it comes with on the rad does not seem to push that much air out of the case, keeping the rad temps around 52 C in this current weather.

My question, what are some good high static fans (typically used on rads) that are quiet to quiet-ish and won't break the bank either.

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This is a great phone, at least according to my fiancee who got it when her Galaxy S3 died last month. She's been quite happy with the long battery life, especially without needing to connect back up to a power source after playing a bit of Hearthstone.

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So far searching on Ebay doesn't seem to kick back any results for Thermaltake hard drive sleds, at least not anything in the under 10$ range.

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Here are the pictures:




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Real Hardware Reviews / Re: The Impact of Mixing RAM Speeds
« on: July 28, 2017, 09:59:49 AM »
Great article, this was very informative. I don't think people consider all that was mentioned when they contemplate mixing RAM.

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I'll try to do that this evening after work.

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I have a used unknown model Thermaltake case that I am hoping to transition to be my new home server case as the current case I am using, the Shinobi XL, will be re-purposed as my gaming case once again when my EATX motherboard arrives from the Intel RE Deal.

The problem with the Thermaltake case is that there are no hard drive sleds left in it, I found it 'dumpster diving' aka university students moving out and had the case near the apartment garbage. The hard drive bays themselves are still there, but as they are larger than just a standard 3.5 " Hard Drive, I can't just put them in there. I was hoping someone may have some retail or DIY solutions they could share so I don't have to go out and either buy another EATX case or an ATX case that has 6+ 3.5 " HDD bays.

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If you are mining on RX cards that has to do with Eth becoming less profitable on them, due to the DAG size change or coming DAG size changes.

BTC itself has also dropped a bit, so that can also affect your BTC/Day.

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Bitcoin/Litecoin/Folding / Re: What have you bought with Bitcoins?
« on: June 22, 2017, 07:19:42 AM »
EthOS, man was that ever a flop and slight misleading advertising of the product...

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Interesting, though slightly disappointed with the lack of a DC power solution, meaning you'll need a standard power supply to power this.

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