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axipher last won the day on March 31

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  1. Does anyone have set of the certificates and know of a good PHP image generation tool. I can always pipe one in to my stats site that could work for that.
  2. If I win them all, I promise to donate most of them to future competitions
  3. Sorry for the delay in response, my 5700 is still going for now at least. It's in the Wife's gaming rig and she's starting to paly more FF XIV and do some video editing, so it might not be the highest numbers on some days.
  4. My single RX 5700 is not intimidated, he's doing everything he can, and doing a damn steady job of it:
  5. Could buy 2 full sets of good snow tires for the price of a 3080 Tie
  6. I don't have an answer to your GIT question, but Docker on Windows 10 was pretty painless for me, luckily my Dell laptop had virtualization turned on already since I use a lot of VM's for work to deal with different clients in the automation world for PLC's, so I just had to enable WSL2 and use that as the backend for Docker and it's been running pretty flawlessly. I also did set up Docker on a Ubuntu VM through Linode to eventually put the final TC site on, going to be fun to get all those API points hooked up correctly.
  7. Not sure about The Pook, but mine is definitely unlimited. Also you normally keep your IP until you reboot your router or there is a city wide internet outage. So I've gone months on the same public IP, other times reset 2 or 3 times a week while testing website scraping for the robot detection or if I happen upon a IP that was used by someone else and is getting DDOS's or something.
  8. With our super great internet packages:
  9. First you bullied my on OCN by pushing all the Folding Editor stuff on me, then you come here and make more work for me again...
  10. I've been trying to keep up with setting up the 8000+ sub-domains you keep requesting from me...
  11. Hey @tictoc, assuming I stay on your team for the ETF now that it's launched officially, you can update my GPU to be an AMD RX 5700. We just had some 30 C days outside and my AC was able to keep up with the RX 5700 being in the large living room no problem, so it will likely stay 24/7 folding now. Might have some dips when it's used for gaming a couple hours a week by family, but otherwise dedicated to folding.
  12. Prizes: $25 prize PayPal (@axipher) won by @Compaddict £25 prize PayPal (@ENTERPRISE) won by @firedfly £25 prize PayPal (@ENTERPRISE) won by @BWG £25 prize PayPal (@Sgt_Swanny) won by @damric Folding Time Prizes: 24 hours of at least a 3090 and a 2080 Super (@Bastiaan_NL) won by @bozogs anyone with less than 5 million PPD Congrats to all the winners, please contact the donator of your prize within 30 days of this post to claim your prize and exchange the required information for PayPal or Folding name and passkey. Feel free to include myself and/or BWG in your PM's as well.
  13. Great job everyone, can anyone who donated a prize or wants to be excluded form prize drawings please make sure I have the first post correct? I will to the prize draw tomorrow (Sunday)
  14. Just ordered a Varmilo VA108M Moonlight White LED Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard as a replacement for my dying OCN Ducky with a few bad switches on it: https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=4912 Will probably order some separate switches to try to repair the Ducky at another time as they are soldered and shouldn't be too hard a repair as my travel gaming keyboard.
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