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  1. gebraset

    How about that top 20

    Yeah, I ended up only with a Tokenly wallet, which seems to be all that is required per the instructions. The video and the instructions are pretty thorough, so I think I'm all set up at this point.
  2. gebraset

    How about that top 20

    Thanks! I've went through the instructions and I'll give it a go!
  3. gebraset

    How about that top 20

    2-1070s only use a little more power than 1- 980ti and get more than double production... 980ti single card i7 920 windows rig with killawatt it was pulling 360 to 370 watts at the wall. two 1070s on i7-920 rig one is the gigabyte with 3 fans the other is the asus strix OC both at stock clocks pulling 390 watt I did see it go to 400 even a couple times. 2- 1070s makin about a million ppd.. FLDC is paying for most of it... or the video cards are paying for there self... Thanks for all of the information, it's all quite interesting, especially the power usage. I've never really looked into FLDC or electronic currency all that much. How can it be converted into actual dollars that you are able to utilize? Does the conversion rate change somewhat frequently? And lastly, do you simply fold to a certain team in order to receive the FLDC?
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    How about that top 20

    Glad to see more people getting back into this! I've been rocking on WCG for quite a bit now and plan on keeping it up through the winter months as well.
  5. gebraset

    [Wanted] 2x2GB 1066 DDR2 Sticks

    Ok, so I lied, lol. I have a Mushkin 2x1GB kit. My apologies!
  6. gebraset

    [SOLD] 2 Zotac GTX 970s

    Quite a deal you have here. Good luck with your sale!
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    [Wanted] 2x2GB 1066 DDR2 Sticks

    I believe that I have 2x2GB DDR2 at my home, but I'll have to check to make sure. If it is, I think it might be 667 or 800, so not quite what you need, but they do have heat spreaders on them. Anyhow, I'll try to post back here and let you know once I make it home.
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    Free to a new home!

    22 years, manager of a logistics team that spans multiple physical locations in the United States.
  9. Foxconn, a motherboard manufacturer that is also the supplier for Apple products, has announced that it has cut 60,000 employees at a factory located in Kunshan, a Chinese manufacturing hub. The job cuts are due to the implementation of robots at the factory, as Xu Yulian, a Foxconn spokesperson, revealed that "The Foxconn factory has reduced its employee strength from 110,000 to 50,000, thanks to the introduction of robots." The news comes a little less than a year after 146 workers lost their lives in an explosion at the Taiwanese-owned metalwork factory in Kunshan, which prompted the government to pledge 2 billion yuan per year in subsidies for the implementation of industrial robots. The move for Foxconn to replace more than half of its workforce at the Kunshan factory was also to reduce its overall costs, as many jobs within the area are being lost to other countries like India, which feature low labor costs that compete directly with China. The robots at the facility should allow for continued growth of Foxconn's operations within Kunshan. Source: The Stack Back to original news post
  10. Elitegroup Computer Systems, a manufacturer and supplier of various computer components, has officially launched a new LEET GAMING motherboard and LIVA mini PC at this year's Computex trade show. The new motherboard, known as the Z170-LIGHTSABER, boasts premium features that are tailored towards gamers, such as special LED illumination with 7 colors, a brand new USB power supply design that supports high power USB devices, and Nichicon audio capacitors that provide both stability and reliability. The new LEET GAMING motherboard also includes a Killer E2400 Gaming high-performance Gigabit Ethernet Controller, which helps to prioritize bandwidth so latency is reduced as much as possible. The new LIVA mini PC, known as the LIVA Pro mini PC, utilizes a mini-STX motherboard that is 29 percent smaller than mini-ITX motherboards, allowing the latest ECS product to feature a size of just 1.3 liters. The LIVA Pro mini PC supports the latest processors from Intel as well as up to 32GB of DDR4, and features USB 3.0 with the Type-C connector, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 2.5-inch storage option, and dual display outputs that include HDMI and DisplayPort. Source: Press Release Back to original news post
  11. DEEPCOOL has officially debuted its latest computer chassis known as the DUKASE V2. The DUKASE V2 is an ATX chassis that boasts a suspension-style top panel that is both aesthetically pleasing and easy to clean, a fan controller that can adjust three fans at the same time, and an ODD-free metal front panel that provides excellent ventilation while offering intriguing design. DEEPCOOL has ensured that its latest chassis features a side window that highlights the internal components of any build, and has also included plenty of logically placed holes for cable management. Other notable features of the DUKASE V2 include independent mounting positions for a 2.5-inch drive, LED strip mounting slots, and an extra large cutout for CPU cooler installation. Available in black and white color schemes that feature an MSRP of $69.99 and $74.99, respectively, the DEEPCOOL DUKASE V2 is expected to be available to purchase sometime next month. Source: Press Release Back to original news post
  12. NVIDIA was able to utilize the Google I/O annual developer conference to boast some of the new capabilities that its SHIELD device will feature, thanks to the upcoming version 3.2 update. The company noted that with the update, SHIELD owners will have access to things such as 60FPS 4K support for YouTube videos, 4K video content from VUDU, and HDR videos on its Gamestream service. Version 3.2 will also include HDR video support for both Netflix and VUDU, making the NVIDIA SHIELD the first smart TV box to feature Netflix HDR. While not exclusive to the SHIELD from NVIDIA, a wealth of new entertainment applications will be available to the device thanks to an update being pushed by Google for Android TV. Some of the entertainment applications include ESPN, STARZ, WATCH ABC, MTV, and CNN, just to name a few. To celebrate the upcoming new features, NVIDIA is running a promotion in which customers can receive a a free remote with the purchase of either the 16GB or 500GB models of the SHIELD. Source: Android Police and NVIDIA Blog Back to original news post
  13. According to the latest data from StatCounter, a web analytics company, Firefox featured more usage than Internet Explorer and the new Microsoft Edge browser when looking at desktop browser usage on a global scale. In the month of April, Firefox boasted 15.6 percent global usage, while Internet Explorer and Edge featured just 15.5 percent. This represents the first time ever on a worldwide level that Firefox has had more overall usage than its Microsoft rivals, though it is worth noting that StatCounter analyzes browser usage from a total three million websites. Although recent reports have noted that Firefox is losing market share utilization, which is certainly the case from looking at the StatCounter data, it seems that Internet Explorer and Edge are following the same path except at a faster rate. Despite the small lead that Firefox is now enjoying over Internet Explorer and Edge, Chrome continues to dominate in worldwide desktop browser usage with 60.5 percent in April alone, which is up 1.5 percent from February of this year. Source: Ars Technica UK Back to original news post
  14. BIOSTAR, a leading motherboard manufacturer that was launched in 1986, has officially announced its latest system board known as the J3160MD. The new product offering from BIOSTAR boasts the new Intel Celeron J3160 quad-core processor that features base and turbo clocks of 1.6GHz and 2.24GHz, respectively. The new SoC processor that is a part of the Intel Braswell Refresh allows for reduced electricity requirements, improved clock rate headroom, and improved Intel HD graphics that enable 4K UltraHD content delivery. The J3160MD, which features a VGA and DVI output for maximum versatility, also includes native support for DDR3L-1600, providing system builders with power savings, increased graphical performance, and improved system responsiveness when compared to the old DDR3L-1333. Source: TechPowerUp Back to original news post
  15. gebraset

    Portable Heatsink (and World's Coldest iPod)

    Lol, definitely an interesting creation. It seems like this would be really neat for benchmarking phones that have metal bodies for heat dissipation, and seeing how high they can be overclocked before they start to crash. Maybe a possible experiment if you happen to have such a device?
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