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  1. ...I had bookmarked your OP and now have several packs of 1mm on the way (AmazonPrime Canada) for a new dual-loop build
  2. ...as long as it doesn't say 'beginner's luck' or 'don't give up your day job', I wouldn't worry automation always had some teething issues:
  3. ...like what names, if I make ask ?
  4. ...I know, but modding a Cessna for mach x does sound interesting, too ! The above post / vid just underscores that it can be done, and how to do it...
  5. ...re. caches, even with a fast connection, there's always a latency lag to the 'nearest Microsoft Azure server providing you your stream out of its pool of > 2 petabytes. A my location, it is typically 20ms - 23ms. That is another area where the cache really helps. If you set rolling cache big enough, it will keep most of the earlier-parsed items (I set my rolling cache to 200 GB). ...as to custom modding, the sky's the limit (pardon the pun).... some really crazy stuff, like attempting to fly a 747 to outer space, or 'bulk up' your Cessna's engine for mach 2. An example woul
  6. ...starting to get into a more thorough comparison between two work-play 4K machines which both have FS2020 onboard. We finally have been switching all our productivity and work-from-home machines to 4K, so I am in the process of building up the 2nd, newer system...fully functional and very quick now already, but it's going to get the same extensive dual custom w-loops treatment as the first setup...both have their work functions and will coexist (peacefully, I hope ) The 1st system (used for much for this thread so far) has an AMD TR 2950X w/ two w-cooled 2080 Tis set to SLI-CFR
  7. ...you might be able to do it via the voltage curve option in MSI AB after all, using the curve in the coordinate table to locate the voltage corresponding to the clocks you want, then limiting the max voltage to that. > Here is more on that process, though keep in mind that that write-up is for maxing GPU clocks...steps to limit clock via voltage curve adjustments operate on the same principle of modding the curve though. One thing to keep in mind is that NVidia boost algorithms (especially the recent ones) are also highly affected by GPU temps (and thus indirectly by ambient w
  8. not sure as I wouldn't use it on my RTXs...but - thermal tape if it doesn't have any hold down brackets ?
  9. ...here's hoping to not really...I read somewhere that all more modern AMD are actually not 'hard'-locked, but can't be sure. FYI, here's DerBauer doing his thing w/ 'locked' Epyc a few years back:
  10. I also like that full-cover GPU block stuffed behind the panel...
  11. We've got 15 amp and a select few 30 amp...I did manage to trip the master a few times w/ 4x PSUs on one system w/ Quad-SLI sub-ambient GPUs years back...and when that happens later in the evening, one stumbles around in the dark looking for 'that' - or any - flash light. I have been eyeing that washer/dryer room and its 220V outlet though ...
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