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What should I be pursuing after my CCENT? by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in ccna

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Yeah, I've been applying around to anywhere that will take me with a high school diploma + a CCENT. Hopefully can land something that can boost up my resume. Appreciate the advice

What should I be pursuing after my CCENT? by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in ccna

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It's in computer systems & networking. My main goal is to finish my CCNA, and then start working towards some job experience to fill up my resume

What should I be pursuing after my CCENT? by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in ccna

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Roughly a year until associates, just thinking about bachelors right now

What should I be pursuing after my CCENT? by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in ccna

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Already am haha, the books can get boring but it's pretty relaxing just grinding through them.

I'll start applying, appreciate the advice. Do you happen to know what kind of knowledge I would get if I decide to finish school at get my bachelors? Right now I'm a semester away from getting my associates and I feel like I've learned more in the past month reading through the Cisco books for ICND1 and ICND2 than I did in the ~2 years I've learned in college.

Micro Melee #3 - Falco Kill Setups by gamingaddictmike in SSBM

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Diing the upthrow is a trap, leads to guaranteed folllowups. No di and sdi lasers gets you out everytime

How much wattage do PCIe risers use? by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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Gotcha, I've heard people saying to be careful with the daisy chain Molex/SATA power cables, not sure if it applies to 6 pin

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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Gotcha, and you just connected the wire to one of the standoff holes? Will run by home depot to pick up some wire, seems like an easy fixup

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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I assume it would just add some ground noise to the circuit, nothing really impactful to gpu mining. But I can't know its there and not fix it

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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yeah hopefully it works out well, it sounds a lot better than having to mess with screws. make sure u read the post above about grounding, I'm going to try to route a copper wire thru the components so they share a common ground

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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yeah, there's a few models, either 6 pcie or 12. the pro version is 12 so I tried to get that one

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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ahh, that does make sense. I looked up the mobo grounding and it definitely uses the standoff screws for grounding. Can you go into more detail with the copper wire? (what wire to order, how to route it with 2 psus)

tyvm for info

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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TB250-Pro, you can get some rly good deals on ebay for it. I sniped this one for $140

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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shouldn't they share ground through the PSU though? I never thought that the motherboard and the computer case had any electrical interaction, which was the point of the standoffs

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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hmm, I might use these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004YOHP/

and then do zip ties through the standoff holes/drilled holes in the wood so it's effectively still being held off the wood. seems like the easiest way, and all I need is some hot glue lol

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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Any advice on installing them? I'm an actual monkey when it comes to woodworking and anything regarding it lol, from what I can tell with standoffs they want to be screwed in, how do I go about making the screw/thingy the standoffs actually screw into?

Questions about mounting motherboard on wooden frame(pls ignore feet in pic) by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in gpumining

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what's up guys first want to say thank you all so much for answering all the dumbass questions I've posted in here, ya'll have been lifesavers. First non-jank(kind of) rig, wondering if you guys have experience with these wooden rigs and mounting the mobo on them.

I was planning on just drilling holes where the mobo standoffs would normally go, and then just using zipties to hold the motherboard in place. Do I have to worry about the motherboards solder connections just sitting on the wood, and possibly grinding against it? Is there an option with my frame to have the mobo "float" above the wood? Just wondering what you guys have done to get around this.

Simple Questions - December 2017 by The_Brutally_Honest in gpumining

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What's up guys, decided to order a TB250-BTC PRO Ver. 6.x but I have some questions regarding it's setup.

Some people say you don't need to use powered risers, or you don't need to power your powered risers(which I currently have) because the mobo has MOLEX connectors to power your PCIE slots from there. This sounds sweet, but I have some questions regarding my dual PSU setup. A lot of people say to keep the PSUs seperate, as in don't power your risers with one PSU, and use another to power the GPUs. I did this, but now with the option to just not power the risers and instead just hook up the mobo I'm a bit confused. Is there potential to have any conflicts if I power the motherboards molex + GPUs with one psu, then have the motherboard on a seperate one? Will I run into issues? Not trying to fuck my setup up/burn my house down, will seriously appreciate any advice yall have for me <3

Iphone 6 GPS no longer working after replacing front screen by PM_ME_UR_FOX_COMBOS in mobilerepair

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Will do, just seems curious that the wifi still works but the gps doesn't. Will also check the pad, tyvm for the advice.