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2018.05.20 22:13 Kratovil_lavelle American Iron Front: Patriotism NOT Nationalism

The American Iron Front is an anti-fascist, anti-authoritarian, pro-democracy activist coalition. We are a big-tent community for patriotic folks working to undermine the encroachment of right-wing authoritarianism in the United States, even if they don't necessarily identify with the more radical and/or revolutionary sections of the anti-fascist movement. We hope to reclaim 'patriotism' from hateful far-right nationalists, and work towards a better America where all people are free and equal.

2017.09.08 23:00 SparksFlowing Simulation for Baseball Offseason 2019


2023.06.09 00:34 Dark_Mithos Crash journey

Well this game had no problem with beta but the real game has went like this
step 1 -download game
Step 2-open game and click play
Step 3- crash my computer immediately to bios
Step 4 -get really mad in a frenzy of freezing my computer and dumping catch in bios
Step 5 -repeat a dozen times with quick fixes, update drivers, change the chroma effect to 1 ect. READ ALL FORUMS....
Step 6 -still have issues
Step 7 - bad news bears
Step 8- fresh install of windows and wipe whole computer
Step 9- still have issues goddammit. Crash back to bios screen
Step 10- buy restoro and run program.
Step 11 - pending now can load the screen but stuck in que for 1751 minutes.... seriously wtf ...
Sigh.. my journey is halted till later soab.
Seriously if anyone has suggestions if this does not work as I have tried changing settings in bios, under clocking, changing settings, updating drivers, resetting drivers, changing the chroma effect to 1, re installing windows and game.
Running a 3090 ti, power supply 1200w. Asus dark hero mother board, 128 gigs of rams, ryzen 5950x, liquidcooled. Windows 11.
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2023.06.09 00:11 Anasoori Competitive CSGO gaming on a laptop? 360hz? Doesn't feel right...

Am I silly for thinking I can game competitively on a laptop
I recently bought a laptop because I don't want to get a whole setup going. The best I've done is silver 4 with a 240hz 24" monitor on an arm that sits ergonomically in front of my face and water cooled 2080TI and 5ghz cpu. I'm not exactly competitive haha but without that setup I honestly suck and I don't like playing when I suck.
I don't even know what I'm asking for exactly but I'm curious to see if anyone has input on gaming competitively on a laptop.
I tried it the other day and something still feels missing.
It's an Aorus 17h with a 4080 and 360hz 1080p. It does seem to hit the 360 comfortably after messing around with launch settings. But like I said, something feels missing. Maybe the screen size is small? Or I can't get the right angle/height of the screen.
Tbh the only game I'm interested in playing is CSGO so if this laptop doesn't work out for that I probably won't keep it.
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2023.06.08 23:48 SteveWin1234 Computer randomly restarting

So, I've got a PC that I built about 6 years ago. Ryzen 7 1800X, Asus Prime X370-Pro, 64GB DDR4 memory, 1000W PSU, nvidia GeForce GTX 1070. Running Linux Mint (version shouldn't matter as explained below)
Used it for some neural net training, mainly as a hobby and then used to to run a security system for my house that I built. Increase ram is to store all the video footage while processing. It worked fine until maybe 6 months ago when all of the sudden my security system would go down. I'd go into the room where the PC is and it would either be off, or it would be asking me for the password to unlock the drive that's got the OS on it (it rebooted). I'd get it back up and running and it would be fine for 1-6 days and then the same thing would happen and its been that way since. I haven't changed any hardware in years.
Its kind of on the older side so I built a newer PC to replace it and wiped that one and installed a much newer version of Linux Mint on it and moved it to my office at work. Two days after setting it up, it powered off while I was using it. Had to hit the power button to get it up again. I, of course, realized its got to be a hardware issue since it happened on a fresh install of Linux mint before I'd really done anything with it. I ordered a new PSU and put that in there. Its like 4 days later and it has rebooted twice today with the new PSU, so not that. I'm going to swap back to the old PSU and return the new one since that wasn't the issue.
If I unplug the power to the water pump over my CPU, the fans in my radiator start going nuts as the CPU temperature rises and they slow down when I plug it back in, so I know the water pump and the radiator fans are doing their job to cool my CPU. This happens when I'm not doing anything particularly processor intensive. Just browsing the internet or using a word processor. So, I'm pretty certain its not the processor heating up. System logs look normal until they just end abruptly and I get stuff from the next boot.
Can anyone give me some advice on how to trouble shoot this. Obviously I can just throw it away or replace everything part by part, but is there a part that's more likely to be the culprit than others?

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2023.06.08 23:41 aragotharo TUF F15 keyboard issue (not lights)

Hello, I have been fighting an issue with my keyboard for a couple years now. On a regular basis my keyboard will start to type the incorrect keys. For example, I will press A and it will type / then a r then a 0. I searched all over and the only solution I've found is to uninstall the drivers through device manager and then let it reinstall via 'scan for hardware changes.' This usually will fix it, or mostly fix it, where it works in apps, but web pages will still have issue or just a couple keys will be incorrect. Moving to Win 11 also seems to have reduced the times it does this, but still happens.
For context, I primarily use it for work, with a corsair mechanical keyboard attached. I though it was the issue, but I have caught it doing it even when not using the external one.
I have updated it to latest drivers as far as I can tell. Used MyASUS to look for device drivers and have updated regularly. This feels like a driver issue, but I cant seem to resolve it permanently.
What am I missing? Its driving me nuts!
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2023.06.08 23:37 CCupidIsSoDumb Oblivious to pc parts.. need help :’)

Woo, made a Reddit account just for this. So I’ve never built a pc before and I honestly don’t know a lot, though I’ve spent years watching Linus I guess I don’t pick up too easy. I’m just coming on here to ask for a little help from the community I know can help me best, this is my current list of parts I’m going with, but I need to know if these are good and would work together :”)
AMD Ryzen™ 7 5700X, Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti AERO OC, ID-COOLING AURAFLOW X 240 (still not 110% sure on that), Asiahorse FS-9002 Pro (6 pack), Samsung 980 PRO 1TB ssd, 750W Fully Modular RGB Power Supply (Brand is GAMEMAX.. idk how reliable that is.), ASUS ROG Strix B550-A, TEAM-GROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 16GB, and the Corsair 4000D airflow for the case.
So sorry for such a long message, I’m just really looking for some help here :,)
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2023.06.08 23:00 Kunsip Socket 1155 Xeon motherboard compatibility help.

I have a old PC I use to run Minecraft servers with that has a socket 1155 motherboard and a Xeon E3 1270V2 (not exactly cutting edge but it works well). On the site I've been eyeing this Asus P67 Sabertooth Motherboard mainly cause it has 4 ram slots and looks clean AF compared to the ASrock board int he PC with only 2 ram slots. However the Board does not seem to be compatible with xeon CPUs despite being socket 1155. Is it a bios thing? Just a lack of listing, or would it really just work fine? If not does anyone know of a listing for a compatable board with 4 memory slots cause it feels like 16x2 DDR3 Is nonexistent
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2023.06.08 22:56 AussieViking92 D-Link router doesn't provide internet to phones

We'e got a D-Link DIR-882. Laptops, TV's, Xboxs etc all work just fine, however, it rarely works with phones. It might work for a month or two but then go 3 or 4 weeks where you can connect but with no internet.
When you reset everything it'll rectify the problem for about 5-15 minutes then go back to nothing. Connecting is never a problem. I've also swapped over all the cables.
The 5GHz frequency always resets its name to that of the 2.4 which made me think they're interfering with each other but I'm not good with this type of thing.
Any suggestions would be helpful as I'm about ready to go American Psycho, axe to Paul Allen on it.
Thanks for your time.
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2023.06.08 22:49 BeppeSignfury B1506.2 - Unpaid Work Experience (Prohibition) Bill - Second Reading

B1506.2 - Unpaid Work Experience (Prohibition) Bill - Second Reading
Abolish unpaid internships.
BE IT ENACTED by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—
Section 1 - Amendments
(1) In the National Minimum Wage Act 1998, omit Section 45A
(2) In the National Minimum Wage Act 1998, Section 44A, omit “for more than 4 weeks, or 160 hours, whichever comes first", and insert after;
(a) This does not apply to a person under the age of twenty eighteen nineteen and in full time education where they are undertaking work experience as a part of their education as prescribed by their school excluding those in higher education
(3) In the Long Term Unpaid Work Experience (Prohibition) Act rename “44” and “44A” to “45” and “45A” respectively
Section 2 - Extent, commencement and short title
(1) This Act shall extend to England, Scotland and Wales only.
(2) This Act shall come into force 1 month after receiving Royal Assent.
(3) This Act shall be known as the Unpaid Work Experience (Prohibition) Act 2023.
This Bill was written by The Rt Hon, u/NicolasBroaddus, Prime Minister on behalf of His Majesty’s 32nd Government.
1998 Bill being Amended:
MHoC Bill being Amended:
Opening speech:
This Bill builds finishes the reforms begun by the Long Term Unpaid Work Experience (Prohibition) Act 2021 and finally extends the minimum wage to all workers, with no more exceptions. It is of note as well that the 1998 Act has been amended in such a way by the 2021 Act as to have two section 44As. While this is a minor annoyance, I have taken the liberty of correcting it to prevent further confusion in checking citations as I had.
Lords may debate and submit amendments until Saturday 10th of June at 10pm BST.
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2023.06.08 22:36 jpmeyer12751 Access Point won't pull IP Addy via DHCP and clients won't either

I use an access point (TP-Link WA1201) in a remote building to provide WiFI. The main building is served by an Asus RT-AC88U router that I want to be the sole source of DHCP addresses for the LAN. Beginning recently, neither the AP nor any clients will pull an IP address from the router. Everything works if I manually assign an appropriate address to the AP and turn on its DHCP server with an appropriate range. I'm guessing that there is some setting in the router or AP that prevents the AP from passing DHCP requests, but I can't find it. Also, I eliminated the bridge between the buildings (Ubiquity Nanobeams) as the culprit by moving the AP to the main building, resetting to factory defaults and proving that the behavior did not change. Both the router and the AP have been updated to latest firmware. After a very frustrating day trying to diagnose this, I would like to learn something about IPv4 networking from this experience. Any help is appreciated!
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2023.06.08 22:33 Jackiechan223344 [USA-IA][H] asus zenbook dual screen rtx 2060 laptop, steam deck 256gb +512gb micro sd [W] PayPal , local cash

Steam deck is used, great condition no scratches, does not come with charger since its kinda scuffed up ( was chewed on by our chinchilla) works perfectly fine though and can throw in for free if you would like. Comes with original box and carrying case too
Would like $420 shipped for it OBO
Asus Zenbook pro duo UX581gv OLED
RTX 2060
16gb ram
1tb storage
not to sure on how much these should go for since there is not really a huge market for it) Great condition no scratches on either screen, comes with charger and box i received it in.
!!!!!Laptop already stole forgot to update!!!!
Time stamp
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2023.06.08 22:33 Midi_to_Minuit Pixar's getting worse (but the reasons are kinda nuanced)

So I'll preface this by saying "modern Pixar bad, old Pixar" on its own is an annoying and reductive, I like/love most modern Pixar stuff anyways. For the purposes of this rant, modern Pixar is going to be every movie released after Up, which seems to be where most people would consider 'modern' starting.
First off, Pixar movies getting worse isn't just nostalgia talking: the average Tomatometer Score and IMDB rating have had some pretty notable decreases (this does not count Elemental):
This is a pretty notable drop in both how many people like these and how much people rate them. I'm not trying to say that 'new pixar bad' is objectively correct, but it does make for a decent starting point. Now as to why I actually think the drop has happened:
  1. A dash of nostalgia and a pinch of 'new thing bad' that affects all media discourse
  2. The original Pixar Brain Trust is not as prevalent due to broadening the range of directors and writers and John Lasseter's (well-deserved) departure. While the 'old heads' are still around (Pete Docter and Dan Scanlon in particular), older Pixar films had much tighter casts. Too many cooks spoil the broth, or something.
  3. Focusing too much on spinoffs during the 2010s (and, to a lesser extent, beyond them). Old Pixar had exactly one sequel over 13 years, while New Pixar has had eight films that are all either sequels, prequels or spinoffs--aka non-original films---over 14 years, which is about one sequel per original film. While most of these films were warmly received--with some even garnering critical acclaim--it certainly seems like Pixar has a lot less truly original content to put out.
  4. Large development issues that plagued films like Brave and The Good Dinosaur. Switching directors, development hell, conflicting story visions, the works. For films that already take a lot of work, these development issues can make things a nightmare, which is reflected in their reception.
  5. Direct-to-streaming releases for Luca, Turning Red and I think Soul (or at least that went to streaming quickly). There's less hype and buzz and it overall made some of the films feel more disposable. Not too big a factor, but worth mentioning nonetheless.
  6. Culture War shenanigans. Without getting too political, recent Pixar films like Turning Red and especially Lightyear have been dominated by petty controversies that end up overshadowing the films. A lot of people caught on the wrong end of these controversies end up hating these films pretty unfairly.
  7. Working on more projects. As of June 8th, 2023, Pixar is working on Elio, Inside Out 2, Toy Story 5, three unannounced films and a television show; while the company has obviously grown since their inception, this is still a lot of stuff to be doing simultaneously. In general Pixar has had a shift towards quantity over quality: the average gap between Pixar films used to be 18.5 months, but now it's 10.4. I can't help but feel they would benefit from slowing down a bit; at the very least, not having to release 2 movies every other single year.
Competition. The animation industry has come a very long way since 1995, but at the time Pixar was unrivaled: quite literally, because the first fully 3d-animated film was Toy Story! Looking at other studios output:
  1. Disney was having a very rough transition to 3D animation, as well as being fairly middling during the 2000s.
  2. Sony Animation didn't exist until 2006 and made okay-to-somewhat-above-average movies.
  3. Dreamworks was putting out mid-to-enjoyable movies with the occasional banger (Kung Fu Panda) and lots of stinkers (over the hedge, flushed away, bee movie, Shrek 3).
  4. Illumination didn't exist
  5. Blue Sky Studios made only 5 movies and out of those, two of them were above-average.
Frankly speaking, the competition was pretty pathetic, especially since the pixar movies released back then were genuinely really, really good. Unfortunately for Pixar, the competition became incredibly stiff: pretty much every great-to-amazing 3d animated film that wasn't from Pixar came out during Modern Pixar. HTTYD 1-3, Kung Fu Panda 2, Megamind, Wreck-It-Ralph, Spider-Verse; the list goes on and on, because I only mentioned my personal favorites. 3D animation exploded in both quantity and quality, which is a nightmare scenario for a studio priding itself on being heads and shoulders above the competition. Even though the momentum has slowed somewhat (Illumination produces mostly ass, Blue Skies is dead), stuff like PiB2, Encanto and the god-forsaken Across the Spider-Verse make the bar really damn high.
Of course, Pixar has produced several good, great and even straight up amazing films; I personally consider Luca and Soul great films, and Inside Out is my favorite animated film ever made. But it just doesn't seem as impressive now compared to back then. In addition, whenever Pixar puts out a genuinely middling or even just 'good' movie, it gets roasted a lot more now because other movies would do what people thought Pixar should've done; something that straight up wasn't a thing for Old Pixar. At the risk of beating a dead horse, Elemental coming up right after ATSV is downright tragic: even if the film is a solid 7/10 it's gonna get cooked to death.
If there's anything to take away from this, I don't think they're getting worse because "damn the bitches are getting lazy" or whatever. Judging by how long these movies tend to make, the returning alumni and the flashes of brilliance, they're undeniably still trying: elemental looks unbelievably impressive from a visual perspective. But there's a lot of room for improvement.
I don't think Pixar will ever reach the heights of 'Old Pixar' due to stuff like nostalgia, increased competition and so on. But they can certainly do better!
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2023.06.08 22:25 Barderorj Question regaring poor game perfomance

So cb2077:
  1. Sound issue, some sort of cracking or sound similar to when you connect/disconnect headphones. Seems to decrease after i lower sound quality to 96000khz, also seems to decrease when i turnoff rt or turn on dlss + rt.
  2. Fps drop, poor frametime. So fps can drop twice if i open and exit inventory, or just drop while gaming. Fps may also cap at like 15 for no reason, or when i launch in a game its 60 after a minute dropped to 30
Atomic heart:
  1. Freezing
Hogwarts legacy:
  1. fps cap
  2. freezing
Recently did a pc build and trying to figure out is it me problem or not (originally played cb on a laptop(9750h + 1650) and it was fine, no fps cap, no sound issue, no crashes etc. Now it does a lot of odd stuff).
3070ti undervolted 2040mhz at 1000mv
5600 oc 4.8 all cores
16gb 3200 cl16
b550 asus tuf
+ sound card ni complete audio 1
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2023.06.08 22:11 penguinzin Asus RT-AX86u often shows "NO INTERNET" for some phones

I have an Asus RT-AX86u, and I love it. It is great.
But there's this issue where it will show for some mobile devices (running Android) as having No Internet, but if you "force" the device to connect, it works.
I assume the problem is the router cause it started only after we switched to this new router.
I wonder if there's a router setting causing this misinformation...
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2023.06.08 21:52 Luczie01 Looking to build a PC for 1440p gaming

Hello! :)
I want to build a computer (well just pick all the parts and pay a small assembly fee to not have to stress) that will be good enough for a 1440 monitor. I mostly play indie games and do a lot of work on my computer but I would like to, for example, also run a game like Elden Ring at 1440 with high fps. I started putting parts together but I'm already confused about what CPU to buy since everybody says something different. I would like the PC to last as long as possible so I'm okay with using higher-end parts that will hold up in the future. My current PC is over 10 years old...
This is what I put together so far - CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X (is intel better im so confused), CPU cooler: please help there are so many options, Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F-GAMING, Case: Fractal design Meshify 2, Graphics: GeForce RTX 4070 (is 3060 enough? should I pick ASUS or which manufacturer?), RAM: Kingston fury 16 or 32GB, SSD: Samsung 980 PRO 2 TB, PSU: Corsair RM750x
I'm sorry if the components don't work together or something I really have no idea what I am doing when it comes to this. Thanks for any help!
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2023.06.08 21:48 AmonRatRD Dead EVGA CLC 280mm AIO?

Hello! So after years I finally upgraded most of my PC. I got a ryzen 7 7800x3d, waited all this time just from it to finally release. And to cool it, i got the mentioned cooler. Just a slight issue. I used to have a 240mm aio before and a much hungrier CPU (E5 1650 V2 at 4.5ghz) and I know aproximatly how good, or bad, the temps should be. This cpu is crazy efficient, at 4.7ghz all core it sips about 85 something watts, at least that's what Core Temp says. The E5 sipped almost double at 130W.
Anyways, the temps I should get is probably max at around 70 ish degrees. I'm getting around 83-84 on full max load. I'm just perplexed. Because at frist I thought the pump was dead, but now it's not? I did get around 44 degrees on no load, now I'm writing this and the software is saying more of around 40? Still dropping? I'm just confused more then anything.
I do have to mention I was a dumbass and unscrewed four of the most outer screws that hold the plastic ring around the copper block, because I didn't read the f***ing manual. Traditions I guess. I got startled since I didn't want to break it or something. My mind is just different sometimes.
TL;DR: I get around 40 degrees idle and around 83 degress full load. The air doesn't feel hot, indicating the water isn't flowing? Also the coolant temp doesn't rise that fast, about 0.1 degree everzy 10 seconds. Is my pump dead or just not working properly
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2023.06.08 21:10 medturki Decided to upgrade after 10 years

Decided to upgrade after 10 years
Hey everyone! My Legion Pro 7i Gen 8 is finally here! This upgrade marks a remarkable 10-year transition from my trusty old Asus with a GT740M graphic card and its 3rd gen cpu (that is still working). The difference is mind-blowing! I'm absolutely enamored by the stunning screen, the 16:10 ratio really makes a difference.
As part of this grand transformation, I bid farewell to McAfee, all the unnecessary installed ads and stripped off those clingy stickers, giving my laptop a fresh and slick look. To top it all off, I got a 1TB SN850X SSD that is going to ship soon since the storage is only 512gb. I still haven't tested the performance nor the battery but i will do that later since I'm still learning the ins and outs and installing the available updates. This machine has a lot to offer.
i'm not used to qwerty keyboard, so i'm stuttering a bit this will improve with time., (i'm also wondering if it's possible to type the special characters without using the Shift key?)
I bought a new power cord to match the EU outlet and it works fine.
I like the keyboard and all the RGB especially the arrows keys, i find these really easy to reach. but the only hiccup I've encountered till now is the keyboard flex on the WASD keys part, even the keycaps doesn't sound the same when typing, but i guess i'll have to get used to that and also i bought an external keyboard (it's a LE RK96, i hope that i did well), that is going to be delivered with the ssd.
Overall, I'm happy with my purchase and I can't wait to test this machine for everyday use!
Specs: i9 13900HX - RTX 4070 - 32gb RAM
The screen ain't something, just a small tv that i put on my desk.
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2023.06.08 20:41 Intelligent_Policy48 Should I sell my gaming laptop and series X for an ally and xg mobile?

I feel this would be a more compact and potentially more powerful way? To do pretty much the exact same things both work wise and gaming wise. I have a 3060 Asus ROG laptop for reference. Sorry if this is a stupid question I'm really not that savy in PC gaming
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2023.06.08 20:30 IAMA_Printer_AMA A rant about the Joblink app's stupid graphs

I got the fieldpiece charge kit a few weeks ago, and as nice as the tools are, there's something about the app that just bugs the crap out of me, and I need to rant about it.
It has to do with the "trending" graphs available in the app- I find them borderline useless due to the behavior of the software.
The way the graphs work, as I understand them, is as follows. When the tools are simply powered on, hooked up to a system, and the app is started, after an absolutely glacial app boot-up time, the measurements screen will show all the recorded measurements, however, no data logging of any kind is taking place. By tapping on the "trending" graph, the software begins a brand new graph with a fairly high refresh rate on the data from the tools. However, data ceases to be recorded and added to the graph as soon as you exit the graph screen to see the measurements numerically again. If you reopen the graph screen, it will begin recording data as long as the graph screen is open again, but the new data will be discontinuous with the old data, creating a disjointed and hard-to-read graph. Pretty much any action that interrupts the app in any way, will cease data logging, things like switching to another app or letting your device go to sleep. Data logging will start back up as soon as the trending graph is open on your smart device again, creating more disjointed graphs.
To use the data logging mode, you have to get the app into the setup screen, pick a time range to log data, power off and on every individual tool you want to log data with, wait for the data logging interval to start, collect data, then do the whole dance with tapping around in the app and rebooting every tool, again. All that work, for a single data point per minute per tool, which is not nearly enough. A lot can happen in a refrigeration system in a minute. All in all, this means that in order to get a graph of system performance over time with decently granular data, you have to set up your tools, open the app, open the trending graph, and then do NOTHING to your smart device the entire time you want to collect data, it can't even be allowed to fall asleep, the screen must remain on. This is feasible if you have a dedicated smart device for the job link app, but even then highly inconvenient.
This is all so freaking stupid. The whole advantage of have digital gauges is the increased data analysis you can do with more precise, easily recorded, automatically gathered system measurements, and the way the app is set up is leaving the majority of this data analysis capability on the table because you just can't fucking graph shit and graphing shit is how you turn heaps of data into something you can look at and draw a conclusion about.
If I were put in charge of developing an update or some version 2 of the joblink app, here is how I would want the app to function, in the context of a service call in the field:
This would be SO MUCH MORE USEFUL, am I wrong? Walk up to a running system, whack some gauges on it, open a new session, then just forget about it while you check out electrical or grab more tools or whatever, and then once the system has had a few minutes under observation you could just walk back up and seamlessly have access to the whole previous few minutes' of data. You can do this, the way the app works, but you need a dedicated smart device with the screen timeout disabled that you can physically leave in proximity of the tools. Think of how easy it would be to diagnose a hunting TXV if you could just glance at a graph of your superheat after you've been on the job ten minutes and already see it going sinusoidal.
I have a crappy smartphone laying around that I can disable the screen timeout on and use to satisfy my graph fetish, but for $120 a tool you'd think the app would have more capabilities. Am I just alone in wanting more out of the graphs?
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2023.06.08 20:19 20matt10 Why does my rx6600 suck?

I recently upgraded from a nvidia 1070, getting around 530 fps in World at War and 70+ in slightly recent games with 1440p maxed settings depending on the game. I recently put this rx6600 thru it's gigabyte repair service for a bad component and they fixed it and it still sucks but it doesnt shut of my pc now at least. I've properly removed old drivers with DDU stuff, and installed amd drivers, messed with amd control panel settings etc etc. but no matter what I do I still get worse performance than a 6+ year old 1070?! I recently found out my MoBo doesn't support pci-e 4.0 but people say rx6600 works without it, is it really that much of a difference though? did I really waste $250 for this? (>inb4 "buy new mobo". Im poor, and lazy. not now)
edit: through my very minimal research of comparing a rx6600 with pcie 4.0 and pcie 3.0, theres not that much of a difference, so that still begs the question of why is my 1070 better?)
Asus prime z390-a
i7 9700k
rx6600 / 1070
16gb 2666mhz hyperx ram
750w evga psu
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2023.06.08 20:17 thatdeaththo [USA-NY] [H] Built PCs: Ryzen 5500/6600XT, i5-9400/5600XT - MSI B550-A Pro motherboard, Dell Precision 3620 Desktop, Vintage Mac SE, iMac (2008), 2x Ryzen 3600 [W] PayPal, Local cash

Here I have an assortment of parts and systems including 2 gaming desktops I've just built from a mix of new and used components.
Pics / Timestamps
Shipping and local:
$125 shipped, $115 local - MSI B550-A Pro motherboard, like new. Shipped for asking to u/JBagKY
$80 each/$155 both shipped, $75/$145 local - 2x Ryzen 3600 CPU with cooler. First buyer gets one brand new in retail box.
$120 + shipping or local - Dell Precision 3620 Desktop - Xeon 1245v6 (like i7-7700), 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro activated.
$200 + shipping - Vintage Macintosh SE M5010 circa 1988 - Great working condition. Single floppy drive only, 1 Mbyte RAM, comes with original keyboard and mouse.
$130 + shipping - Apple iMac (Early 2008), Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM, New 250GB SSD (upgrade from HDD), comes with Apple keyboard.
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$575 - Intel i5-9400 / Radeon RX 5600XT desktop, 16GB DDR4, 1TB T-Force Z44L NVMe, MSI Z390-A Pro Mobo, Adjustable RGB, Windows 10 Pro activated with option for free Windows 11 upgrade. Motherboard box included.
$700 - Ryzen 5500 / Radeon 6600XT desktop, 32GB RGB DDR4, 1TB T-Force Z44L NVMe, MSI B450i Gaming Plus Max WiFi Mobo, Asus ROG Z11 with reversable orientation, Adjustable RGB, Windows 10 Pro activated with option for free Windows 11 upgrade. GPU box included. Will include motherboard I/O shield, but it's not used for this case design because the rear ports are accessed from within the case.
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2023.06.08 19:56 lightningINF Meta v54 update ruined wireless PCVR

I was still on v53 like 2 hours ago. I had to step out for an hour suddenly and left my headset connected through VD to my PC with Beat Saber running. I went back hour later, put on the headset -> I see the firmware update mode and progress bar going. Yes. the headset automatically updated in the middle of the pause (I also don't have headset wake option turned on so unless I press the power button it won't wake from sleep so no way something triggered proximity sensor and woke it up to perform the update)
Right after the update I restarted the headset just for good measure and tried both VD and Air Link (I have Wifi 6E router Asus AXE11000 that worked incredibly well compared to my previous AX55). It's a mess. The moment I turn quickly even by 90 degrees, latency spikes hard, image lags behind massively for a few seconds. It's unplayable.
It used to be a thing before but only if I were to do consecutive 360 super rapid turns and changed turn direction rapidly as well. I would have to really try and overload the positional data to have that happen so in regular gameplay even during rapid turns it was fine at all times. Now I can't even do more than 1 basic quick turn. 2 small quick turns by 90 degrees will cause the massive lag.
Meta please delay the releases untill major problems are fixed (this was reported by many on your forums where I see developers actively being there and even answering the posts - which is a good thing). I'm pretty sure none of the users would mind waiting for a meaningful update. I would say people would prefer that over getting an update forced on them with bugs. So either delay or turn off forced/automatical updates. You made a great hardware (and software when it comes to it's functionalities - unfortunately not reliability after updates) that is widely available and used by most VR users. Please don't ruin the possibilities of further expansion of VR to more audience with a buggy software.
It's the similar situation as with Pimax sometimes with Meta. Hardware provides great FOV, resolution etc but software and issues gimps the final impression so freaking hard.
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2023.06.08 19:56 KittyTheBandit Help figure out issue with Internet connection please

Hi, bit of a detective case here as I have tried a lot of things to fix my problem. I am having issues with my desktop PC. It periodically disconnects from the internet to the point where I have to reset my router to get it to work again.
The PC is custom built running Windows 10, roughly 3 years old. I have never had any issues with it before. I will outline the important things to know below
- I have tried both a wired/wireless connection which makes me think it isn't an issue of a broken network card (Wired was with a TP-Link that plugs into a socket if that makes a difference).
- Multiple other laptops/phones use the WiFi with no issue
- I recently changed service provider. This issues have started since then but considering its only this PC that has a problem I'm at a loss as to what the issue is. I have tried splitting the router into 2.4/5Ghz, this also does not help.
- I have checked for driver updates for my network cards/TP-Link and they are up to date.
- I have opened up and cleaned out any dust/residue in the PC (done safely, no issues).
If anyone thinks they have an idea of what's wrong or anything else I can try I would appreciate the help. Thank you.
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