For all those who are looking for RTX 3000 series GPUs, here's a little something for you. I've compiled RTX 3000 series GPUS from mdcomputers, primeabgb, vedant, rptech and amazon (i know). More sellers will be included as well. Wanted to release this couple days ago but due to my lack of skills, it took much longer than I imagined it would. The following sellers/websites will be included in the coming days as well as rest of the GPUs (later on).
TLGGaming, TPStech, Gamesncomps, PCstudio, PCshop, Geekboz, Compify, Theitwares, Theitdepot, Starcomp, Kharidiye, mymbt, elitehubs, clarion, sweta.
As for the work, the GPUs can be filtered by specifications such as GPU model, GPU length, boost clock, number of HDMI / DP ports, Recommended PSU, Warranty (some of them are yet to be updated). This is still a work in progress and the more I delay it, the more stocks are being depleted and I thought an early release might benefit those who are looking for 3000 series GPUs now. All specifications have been manually input and referred to directly from the manufacturer's page and is not retrieved from the seller's page. I apologize if any errors have crept in inadvertently. Hope this helps someone! :)
Do let me know your feedback and comments.
Edit : If the website is slow please give a couple seconds for the database to load after which it'll be smooth.
After having Starlink service for a day, I wanted to give a quick report on my experience and various specifications that would be of interest to people in rural locations.
Here's a gallery showing the unboxing, ground setup, specifications, measurements, speed tests, and some statistics. Keep in mind, my speed test was done with significant obstructions (trees, fences, houses, and heavy cloud cover), I wanted to test it in a less-than-ideal setup and I was very impressed by the result. Others have shared roof-top, clear view speed tests and that is consistent with what I've experienced, too.
Everything is of an extreme build quality, and this works significantly better than I had ever imagined. It feels like it's from the future. Given a top-tier cell phone costs in the $1,000 range, I am completely amazed I have my hands on a setup like this for ~$500, so I am biased positively towards this service. The antenna itself seems like it should be many thousands of $$$, so I just want to share how fortunate I feel to have access to this.
- 59cm / 23.2in in diameter for the antenna array (measured) - 12.4cm / 4.8in circumference for pole (measured), 3.95cm / 1.6in diameter calculated. - Dish operating temp: -22°F to 104°F / -30°C to 40°C - Power Supply / Router operating temp: 50°F to 86°F / 10°C to 30°C
Power Supply (AC Adapter PoE Injector) Specs:
- Input: 100-240V ~2.5A 50-60Hz - PoE Output: 56V 1.6A (x2); Output: 56V 0.3A (Total Max 180W) LPS
Bandwidth with more limited obstruction (I don't really have anywhere with a clear view, haven't tested on rooftop yet):
- 135 mbps down - 25 mbps up - 21 ms latency
Unfair Initial bandwidth w/ significant obstruction (bad weather, treetops, fences, houses):
- 46 mbps down - 15 mbps up - 41 ms latency
Max available down bandwidth
- 191.35 mbps
I placed the antenna all over the property, but always near the ground. The antenna auto-levels and orients itself. Bootup is roughly 1 minute when plugged into power, then it takes anywhere from 1 minute to 15 minutes to properly orient mechanically. Positioning is all done automatically, so it's basically plug & play. The fastest speed test for me showed ~135mbps down, ~25mpbs up, with around 21ms of latency.
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Almost every conduit i've gotten from world quests and dungeons have been for Prot or holy paly when i'm a Retribution spec.
It's getting really disheartening when your one piece of loot is for something you can't even use.
At least bad gear can be vendored for gold, i can't do anything with these conduits :/
Something to look forward to: A few retailers have listed Asus and Lenovo laptops with next-gen AMD Ryzen mobile processors inside them. The newly revealed specifications have filled in most of the blanks in the series' spec sheet, yielding an almost-complete and reasonably reliable picture of upcoming Ryzen parts.
comprised of two architectures: the top-notch processors will use Cezanne, a Zen 3 design, and the rest will use Lucienne, another Zen 2 design.
Cezanne will get the most use inside the new H-Series parts, which are designed for heavy-duty laptops. Retailers leaked the specifications for the R9 5900HS and R5 5600H, showing a 100-200 MHz clock increase. A Geekbench entry leaked the specs for the 5900HX, which is 200 MHz faster than the fastest Renoir part.
Although these are only small clock speed increases, when combined with the ~20% IPC improvement of Zen 3, the effect will be an impressive performance improvement over Renoir
Cezanne and Lucienne are intermixed inside the U-Series, which is designed for thin and light laptops. Previously, a couple of Geekbench entries and a leaked spec sheet described the core counts and clock speeds of most of the new U-Series parts, which the retailers' leaks have confirmed. (The specifications that weren't confirmed aren't included in the table above, but are available here.)
However, two different retailers provided slightly different specifications for the R9 5800U and the R5 5600U. These differences are believed to correspond to 15 W and 25 W configurations of the processors. In the table, the 25 W specifications are in brackets.
Amongst the Cezanne parts, the boost clocks have been upped by 100-300 MHz relative to Renoir, and the base clocks have remained about the same. The Lucienne parts haven't been leaked to the same extent, but the clock speeds revealed thus far have been equal to or less than that of the corresponding Renoir chips.
Although it is a bit premature to draw conclusions, it appears as if Cezanne will provide a robust upgrade over Renoir, while Lucienne will provide a similar performance level.
Retailers listed half a dozen Asus gaming laptops and a handful of business Lenovo laptops. Cezanne and Lucienne are expected to appear in a greater variety of devices, from a greater variety of manufacturers than Renoir.
Last week, AMD announced that CEO Lisa Su will take the virtual stage at CES 2021 on January 12. She will most likely announce Ryzen 5000 mobile then.
GeForce RTX 3050 would be based on the GA107-300 GPU, equipped with 2304 CUDA Cores, a TGP of 90W and an additional 6-pin power connector. Launch could be Q1 2021.
Here are the leaked specs of Logitech G Pro X Superlight taken from a Norwegian e-commerce website.
Model number: (black) 910-005881 & (white) 910-005943
So towards the beginning of Voyager, there were a couple episodes where they were losing gel packs that help run Voyager and they say they can't replicate any more. What's so special about these gel packs that they can't replicate any more and why wouldn't the ships that carry them have diagrams, spec and technical sheets, and instructions on how to create more?
Even if one of these ships wasn't stranded in the delta quadrant but just out on a long, tactical mission like the intrepid class ships are made for, certainly they'd consider that gel packs may fall and the crews would need the ability to create more, even if they had to find the raw materials out on some random world or something?
I am building the PC with the specs mentioned below as my old PC is getting too old. Will these components be enough to run the new Microsoft Flight Simulator and other games such as BF2 etc etc at a good performance? I am new into building and I need some guidance that's all. I don't wish to run MFS at 50 fps, 30 is just fine - I just wanna be able to play it smoothly.
Thanks for any help.
Velodyne: No Specifications Of New LiDAR System For Shareholders
This seeking alpha article compares Velodyne and Microvision
Author of this article is a frequent contributor for Seeking Alpha on Microvision.
Velodyne has just announced the availability of a new "Breakthrough Solid State Sensor for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomy", a LiDAR system, the "Velarray H800".
For shareholders, however, it is unclear what is so great about this LiDAR system, as Velodyne hardly mentions any specifications and does not provide any information about the resolution.
Therefore, it is not possible for shareholders to assess whether and what market opportunities this product has. Therefore, this publication is almost worthless for shareholders.
It is therefore also unclear why Velodyne does not provide specifications for a product that is supposedly available immediately. This is unusual and a reason is not apparent.
Therefore, the future of Velodyne seems to be questionable.
What are the minimum hardware specifications to run an ETHEREUM 2.0 node ?
This is a bit of braindump / rant.
Every once in a while, I'll
ls -a in my home directory and see the mess of dotfiles. Then, I'll go to the apps' issue trackers and look for issues about the XDG base directory spec. If they're there, and haven't been implemented, the reasons are usually among the following:
nt: use ~/.config/<appname>if the variable is unset, otherwise use
I think that the configurability of the various directories really hurts adoptability. Windows and MacOS have well defined, hardcoded locations for data, cache, and config, and a much better compliance rate.
Is anyone's life made better by these being configurable? Let's consider the following:
Definitely not the app developer, they now have to read the variable or use the fallback, and the directories aren't guaranteed to exist
Not the average user:
Not the tinkerers/devs (probably most of us here):
I have heard that non-Linux systems rely on the configurability, so maybe them?
I really like the spirit of the spec, which I believe is to standardize paths and make logical groupings. The configurability aspect isn't that important IMO and detrimental overall.
This idea seems to have come up before, at least partially: https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/xdg/2018-May/014023.html I agree to an extent that the ship has sailed, but we could correct its course at least, by getting rid of the configurability.
Anyways, here's my ideal scenario:
~/.local/bin: location for per-user binaries; distros should add this to $PATH; Programs like
goshould install binaries here
~/.local/config: all per-user app configuration; this is anything that is currently in
~/.local/data: all per-user app data; currently in
~/.local/cache: all per-user app cache; currently in
~/.local/lib: all per-user libraries; Android Studio should put its libs here (since they're used by o