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mllrkllr88 last won the day on May 27 2020

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  1. Hey keyboard nuts! My wife is about to take a hammer to my current mechanical keyboard because of the late night typing. I need a recommendation of a silent mechanical keyboard, something similar or quieter than a rubber dome one. As for the budget I'd like to stay in the $75 range if possible...
  2. Source: https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/news/ins.php?index_id=150 Team Group has a new mask out, what do you guys think, would you wear it?
  3. Hey Guys! I have been using my smartphone for review pictures, but I am continually fighting it and I want to try something new. I really don't know anything about cameras, but I want to try out a simple pint and shoot. I have been looking at cameras on eBay and I was just going to randomly grab something around the $100 price range, but thought it would be a good idea to reach out first. I was looking at the Sony DSC-W800, it seems like a good piece of hardware for the price. I am looking for something that takes amazing pictures (mostly macro), is easy to use even fo
  4. Team Group has as a huge selection of innovative RGB incorporated products, and on September 22 their product line is getting even bigger. Full news article: https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/news/ins.php?index_id=142&fbclid=IwAR0WBrHyi2-o2pVNnLFDegl3D6HMXa4JacndGoPUQYlLXCNX5TL1AHzxuK8
  5. That's exactly right! I have also seen cards with damaged PLL, 5V, and 3.3V rails...all of those broken voltage regulators could be replaced with this device. It has lots of applications outside of extreme overclocking! Thank you! And yes...my wife would say the exact same thing...with a strong eye-roll tossed in for good measure
  6. Elmor recently started taking orders for the AMPLE 20A power card. It’s a simple little single-phase VRM that can be used to replace a broken VRM or simply overcome that pesky OCP/OVP. The most common potential usage would be for a GPU memory rail. However, with an output voltage from 1.0-3.4 V it could be used for many different applications. I obtained a test sample of this new device and I intend to put it to the ultimate test. I have an RX 580 GPU with a damaged memory voltage rail, but otherwise the GPU is in perfect condition. The plan is to solder on the AMPLE power card and observ
  7. Wow, really nice! This is a great tool and very useful, thank you! I am often testing different versions of W10 for benchmark efficiency, this makes it nice and easy to grab any one I want.
  8. Ok guys, anyone out there able to help me setup and optimize Threadripper 3970X? It looks like some people are getting it up to 1 million PPD...which seems like alot for a CPU?? I did a bit of googling and it seems there are some tweaks that need to happen to get the max out of this thing. I read some stuff about 'slot' settings for core/thread count but I am totally clueless. Also, can anyone give me a really quick summary of how this scales with overclocking? For instance, how much system memory does it use and what the score increase? Overclocking CPU? Mem? I've been in the profession
  9. Good catch, I let it munch last night then saw this a few minutes ago. I swapped teams and now it's working again
  10. I have never folded a day in my life, but I have a rig I can setup and try this out I might need some help from the folding pro's...
  11. All basic mode... 1920x1080 with 60Hz The bench automatically loaded in a window, which I have no clue what size that is. I did nothing but install and run on a dirty v1909 W10 install.
  12. Bone stock run with absolutely ZERO tweaks or OS optimizations.... This is just a simple 9900k on Z170 with XMP memory and a stock 2080Ti KP. It looks like the score is higher than it should be, bummer this bench is so inconstant.
  13. I am getting setup to play with this bench again. Looking forward to helping out with the testing and seeing if we can figure out the how it scales. My biggest complaint is that this bench cannot be run in offline mode, and requires a huge download.
  14. Oh that's really odd. I only did a quick run and I don't remember what my config was. I will have to play more and nail down how this bench works.
  15. A few things here. Firstly this bench is very inconstant in terms of run-to-run score. Run the bench 5 times and you will see a big variange. I saw a big gain from disabling SMT, so that's something you can try.
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