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  1. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    GPU price hikes again.

    I think, for the power supplies, it's because I've yet to see a mining rig that isn't using an 850W or above. My unit, for example, is running a 1000W. Might go with a 1200W for my next build
  2. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Whats your latest purchase?

    Sunk several thousand into a mining rig, so there's that. Other than that, I recently bought a car again (feels good to have wheels again)
  3. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Anyone on here play through Horizon: Zero Dawn?

    Probably my all-time favorite game, both narratively and aesthetically. Really looking forward to the sequel!
  4. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Who else here mines with NiceHash?

    I'm aggressively building up my mining rig farm. Aiming for $2,000 a month income by end of year (more than feasible) at the least
  5. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Who else here mines with NiceHash?

    I built a NiceHash 2.0 rig with a bunch of nVidia cards; who else uses NH2? Rig: Ryzen 7 1700 @3.2Ghz GTX 1070 TI GTX 1060 6GB x2 GTX 1060 3GB x2
  6. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Mining with a GTX 1080 Ti...

    It's crazy how expensive 1080 Ti's have gotten... it's impossible to find one even under $1500 right now
  7. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    3D Printer / CNC discussion thread

    Hey, now this topic is more my speed. I actually run a 3D Print shop online; been knee deep in printer parts for the better part of two years
  8. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    NCIX and Direct Canada removed from PC Part Picker

    Jeez, I leave for a few years and all hell breaks loose
  9. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    GPU price hikes again.

    I don't think GPU prices will come down in the near future; not as long as GPU mining remains profitable. And the GPU companies won't do anything to stop it, as they're making bank too
  10. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Rants etc.....

    People on the GO train really need to learn to shut the f*** up in the Quiet Zone on the commute to and from work. I've already had to tell people off, and becoming increasingly more hostile about it.
  11. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Whats your latest purchase?

    As far as major purchases go, my new PC as of last week. In terms of literally the last thing I paid for, would be my coffee/muffin before I got on the train this morning.
  12. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Anybody else here in the Game Dev industry?

    T4R. Been working at Gameloft for a little over a year now.
  13. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Replacement Fan for Cooler Master Hyper 212

    Can confirm, as I just put my 212 on my new build. It's a standard 120mm fan that the clip is screwed on to. Unscrew the clips, remove them, replace fan, reattach clips to new fan, reattach fan to heatsink.
  14. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    New $2500 Work/Gaming PC build (already built)

    Case: CoolerMaster HAF 932 Advanced MoBo: Asus X99-A CPU: Intel i7-5820K 6-core @ 3.3Ghz Fan: CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO RAM: 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 2400Mhz G.SKILL Ripjaws HDD: Main: Intel 240GB SSD; Dump: 120GB OCZ older model SSD; Storage: 3TB WD Green GFX: Gigabyte GTX 970 4GB PSU: 750W Corsair...
  15. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    New Gaming/Development PC build

    All right, fair enough. What's the best bang-for-your-buck i7 right now? Preferrably hexacore, if you know of one that's not too pricey. (looking on newegg, they still seem to be up there). In the mean time I'll be perusing i7's myself
  16. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    New Gaming/Development PC build

    I want to start from fresh--brand new. I don't trust used stuff--no warranties, no guarantee as to the environment it's been in, nor any other operating statistics.
  17. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    New Gaming/Development PC build

    Thought I'd get some feedback/alternative suggestions. Trying to max out the power for the price range. (If anything is missing, I'm just reusing stuff from a previous build--such as disk drives) I am both a gamer and a game developer; also going to be using it for HD media recording. Aiming...
  18. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Game Development/Gaming Build

    Haswell Z97 is socket 1150 I think, right? Their best cpu I can find is the 4770k @ 3.5GHz. In the reviews I found, it barely wins the single core performance benchmark, and (for obvious reasons) falls below the hexacore in multithreading. I don't know if I want to wait for the Q3 release (it...
  19. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Game Development/Gaming Build

    Now that I've got a decent job and the money's coming in, I'm finally looking to do a hardware refresh. Here's my current build, with a budget of $2500-$3000 all in: CPU: Intel Core i7-4930K Hexacore, Socket LGA2011 (3.4GHz) MOBO: Asus P9X79 LE Socket LGA2011, Intel X79 chipset (quad-channel...
  20. Mr. Gruntsworthy

    Board Suggestion -- Programming under Software?

    I'm working on a game in Unity as part of my Graduation project, all the scripting and programming is done in C#. I'm over 5000 lines of code at the moment.

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