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Delete duplicate scrobbles by 22samuelk in lastfm

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Thanks! I had an issue with iTunes scrobbling tracks dozens of times from my iPod back in 2009-2010, and I cleaned up my library. Deleted almost 13000 dupes!

Between The Games - Pudding Shirt by RT_Video_Bot in roosterteeth

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Pudding Shirt, the first addition to the new Garbo collection.

Let's Play - GTA V - The Data Breaches: Prep - Doomsday Heist (#1) by RT_Video_Bot in roosterteeth

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Gavin banging against the window of the control tower while Jack was hacking was amazing.

2017 Singapore Grand Prix - Post Race Discussion by F1-Bot in formula1

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Probably, but that was such a crazy race that I wasn't as disappointed. This race was more disappointing because I really wanted to see the race between the Ferraris and Red Bulls, and see what Mercedes could do. First corner ruined that.

2017 Singapore Grand Prix - Post Race Discussion by F1-Bot in formula1

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I don't remember the last time I've been this disappointed about a race. Hulk looked so good for the podium.

Two first responders at my gym climbing 1,980 steps to equal the total number of steps that were in the Twin Towers. by Mouthymerc in pics

[–]GuitarFreak027 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yeah, absolutely. But .4G is better than nothing. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a sim that does 1G of simulation, but it probably costs quite a bit more. A lot of those motion rigs can cost in the mid to high 5 figures.

Finished my ThreadRipper build recently by GuitarFreak027 in watercooling

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No real reason. The 3200 is cheaper by a decent amount, and I can't get it to run at 3200 anyway, so it probably wouldn't have gotten close to 3600 either.

Finished my ThreadRipper build recently by GuitarFreak027 in watercooling

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I just tried out AIDA64 and it topped out at 66C, but it is a bit warmer in my room than when I ran it previously. Any other good stress tests I could run?

Finished my ThreadRipper build recently by GuitarFreak027 in watercooling

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I haven't used LEDs, and was thinking of it on this build, but I didn't really like how LEDs looked compared to cathodes. Also, the UV LEDs that I saw didn't look like they provided a lot of UV light compared to cathodes.

Finished my ThreadRipper build recently by GuitarFreak027 in watercooling

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I have two 12" UV cathodes at the top of the case, but the SATA plug on the inverter snapped off of the PCB when I plugged the power in, so I'm waiting on a new one to come. I used a black light fluorescent bulb for the pictures.

Watercooled ThreadRipper build by GuitarFreak027 in buildapc

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Very nice man! What will you be using all those cores on?

VMs, some gaming. Want to get a little home lab set up.

Any plans to put the 1080 Ti on water also?

That was originally the plan, but nobody makes a water block for the SC2 unfortunately. I definitely plan on putting the GPU under water when I upgrade it.

It's interesting that you have "true 4K" monitors. That's a bit of a rarity. Most of the ones you see are usually 3820x2160.

Yeah, I mostly wanted to get 32" for a 4k monitor because I can use it without any DPI scaling and have it be readable, and these monitors were the best deal at the time. It's nice having a bit of extra horizontal resolution as well, and the color quality on them is fantastic.

How is that waterclock? Does it keep all of the cores cool under full load?

Topping out at 63C under Prime95 load, very cool idle load as well.