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Last Posted June 3, 2020 at 8:07 PM
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#28 unironic "how do i get a life?" thread in Off Topic

I just got the highest paying occupation I could.
I made 13k today (it was a good day).
If you're gonna be depressed with incurable social anxiety, might as well be rich asf.

posted 1 month ago
#1082 worst steam profile in Off Topic

can I join anti-furry jumpers tho?

posted 10 months ago
#3382 PC Build Thread in Hardware

650w G3 was $5 more than 550w G2.
and yea im glad i can make a build that isn't trash

posted 11 months ago
#3380 PC Build Thread in Hardware
SetsulWhat minor crashing?
Aftermarket coolers are coming in August afaik.

RTX is like Gameworks for raytracing, mostly software and a handful of hardware instructions. Performance impact on GTX is like 1.5x the impact on RTX, so it's not all that much. It'll probably end up like Hairworks again, where the default, highest settings murder any GPU anyway and the reasonable, playable settings run reasonably well on AMD too.

radeon image sharpening was causing crashes but I guess its fixed now? just the old drivers. unfortunately can't wait for the aib cards when expected date is like aug 20th.

Maybe consider an Intel 660p 1tb m.2 instead of the Samsung, use the extra 140 or so to grab a good sized HDD for his games and porn music, and I'd grab a cheap rx470/570/480/580 until aftermarket 5700XTs come out. I'd personally avoid the RTX cards as the ray tracing hardware on those cards is bound to be insufficient for most ray traced games in future anyhow, so the premium being paid isn't worth it.

he said he doesn't need a lot of hdd space, maybe that m2 wouldve been nice to save money. not a bad idea with getting a temp card but hes not really the patient type to say the least.

and yea what you guys said about RTX is fair enough, seems quite worthless. when quake 2 with RTX can't even get a good frame rate Lol.

anyways he's bought it, not sure what video card he got I left it up to him, rest is the same except the mobo that was recommended and I found a better psu.

posted 11 months ago
#3377 PC Build Thread in Hardware

kay ill get that mobo

still considering 5700 xt its like 80cad cheaper or so but shitty blower cooler and I guess it has some minor crashing + no rtx (which doesn't matter, but maybe a little when cyberpunk 2077 comes out?) so I'm not sure

posted 11 months ago
#4 memory of video GAME in The Dumpster

tf2 so i can stop visiting these forums

posted 11 months ago
#3375 PC Build Thread in Hardware

building a PC for my roomate,

1800-2k CAD budget, no mail-in rebate, no vuuvo
usage is gaming
no overclocking

here's what I got so far, but feel free to make w/e build

no idea about mobo. might have to swap in a x570 atx mobo and a fullsize case?

posted 11 months ago
#8 Need Help Diagnosing PC Issues in Hardware

just test everything.. process of elimination. that's how you fix a computer

-reinstall windows. that eliminates any software issues/virus etc. the usb boot is a great idea because it also eliminates your hard drive from the list of things it could be.
-test each stick of ram individually
-monitor temps

try those first since they are free

after that you have psu, mobo, gpu, cpu.

gpu unlikely the problem but its easy to test using onboard gfx or another card, cpu very unlikely its usually overheating to worry about here or builder error.
psu has a decent chance of being it, if you can try it with another psu. and the mobo which is last resort to me because its a pain to rebuild your system.. but maybe its configured wrong. or since its a pretty old pc you can get one dirt cheap

If I had to guess, your processor is overheating as those quad cores run hot and you probly didnt change thermal paste in 10 years, but that is literally a guess.

posted 11 months ago
#5 Fat people in The Dumpster

being healthy and able is good.

being fat and getting operations for it is not the same thing as being healthy.

it would be an error to classify fat reduction technology as good, it can be good or bad depending on the specifics.

posted 11 months ago
#29 Let's play competitive tf2 in TF2 General Discussion
mastercomsDropping DX8 support would allow for DX9 to have better performance.
wonderlandcs:go is a much newer game with higher requirement and it's never had dx8Why can't TF2 also have higher requirements? Is it because we want to hold it back? "New" game based on its initial release date doesn't mean anything with so many updates that you can ship to games nowadays.

its just not worth it in a game of this age.

you will lose more players who have toasters and need dx8 than you will gain by getting a small boost in dx9

posted about a year ago
#10 Let's play competitive tf2 in TF2 General Discussion
mastercomsAlso, genuinely curious... Doesn't CS:GO also enforce dxlevel and config? Why is it not a problem there?

cs:go is a much newer game with higher requirement and it's never had dx8

posted about a year ago
#9 fix for interpolation-based hitbox desync in Customization

cl_interp_ratio depends on your clients updaterate not the server, so it can also give the wrong value with 0 interp

posted about a year ago
#9 Zoom sensitivity, tf2, csgo in TF2 General Discussion

I've got some thoughts too,

The concept is fundamentally flawed. As anyone that's researched this knows.

The math doesn't work unless you ignore the distortion from projecting the fov (a curve) on to a flat monitor.

CS:GO has many different zoom ratios, this is an approximate value for 1 of them. The rest will be off.

A 1:1 ratio is not necessarily desirable if it was possible. There may be other considerations such as your targets are usually larger and appear to move faster while zoomed in.

these reddit posts made me rage back in the day:

the quoted zoom sens only applies when you move a distance of ZERO.
imagine calculating a value which is obviously too low to EIGHTEEN DECIMALS.
get back to reality lol, at least use a small distance or a formula or something Jesus Christ
What's the point in doing math just to get an asinine result.

posted about a year ago
#6 G Pro Wireless lift-off distance issue in Hardware

afaik there is no software to change the lod on a wireless gpro.

I've read that the hero sensor has automatic surface tuning every time you turn it on which is likely the issue.

try a solid black pad that's consistent, those generally give the highest lod. auto surface tuning might fuck you anyway. I think it's just one of those things with that sensor.

posted about a year ago
#18 the robot test in Off Topic

Cyborg, seems accurate.

posted about a year ago
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