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post #4696 of 9059
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Useless for me

 

My mining machine isn't only used for mining, I also don't want my mining settings to be my default settings and or the 'flashed' settings.

 

It won't really affect normal operations on the card, it pretty much just optimises the memory timings for hashing.

 

You'll notice that some brands of the same card seem to hash much faster than what you can achieve, and that's just because the manufacturer was too lazy to ship out with a calibrated/optimised memory profile.

 

It doesn't 'lock in' your clockspeeds or anything, so you can still OC like normal for when you game.

post #4697 of 9059
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post
 

 

It won't really affect normal operations on the card, it pretty much just optimises the memory timings for hashing.

 

You'll notice that some brands of the same card seem to hash much faster than what you can achieve, and that's just because the manufacturer was too lazy to ship out with a calibrated/optimised memory profile.

 

It doesn't 'lock in' your clockspeeds or anything, so you can still OC like normal for when you game.

Just wondering how a Flash can optomize my memory and clock if the numbers I have typed in through testing with Afterburner are the numbers that will be typed in to the flash to give it that 'stock' profile?

post #4698 of 9059

Using my old rig, I realize how loud my normal rig is. Wow.

post #4699 of 9059
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Just wondering how a Flash can optomize my memory and clock if the numbers I have typed in through testing with Afterburner are the numbers that will be typed in to the flash to give it that 'stock' profile?

 

Memory timings.

post #4700 of 9059
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post
 

 

Memory timings.

Nah, not gonna mess with my memory timings.

 

It may cause some schiit :/

 

I'm fine as it is. I don't use my rig for only mining.

 

The memory timings I 'change' may end up being worse when gaming and overclocking.

 

My optimal computer usage and regular clocks for mining are actually a very large underclock and undervolt

post #4701 of 9059
I now fully confirm that Avast! Antivirus was causing my BSODs.
post #4702 of 9059
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post

I now fully confirm that Avast! Antivirus was causing my BSODs.

Never had a problem w/ it.

post #4703 of 9059
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I now fully confirm that Avast! Antivirus was causing my BSODs.


Antivirus?  Are you running on Windows 95 (retail)?

Update your Java RE, and rejoice!

 

 

Dell is selling a brand new i7-4770/8GB/1TB machine for $600.  But I noticed something incredibly ironic:

(Probably need to click on it)

post #4704 of 9059
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

Never had a problem w/ it.
I uninstalled it and haven't got a BS (heh) since. (It's been over a month.)

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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post


Antivirus?  Are you running on Windows 95 (retail)?
Update your Java RE, and rejoice!
Cracked Win7 Ultimate, actually.
post #4705 of 9059
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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post
 


Antivirus?  Are you running on Windows 95 (retail)?

Update your Java RE, and rejoice!

 

 

Dell is selling a brand new i7-4770/8GB/1TB machine for $600.  But I noticed something incredibly ironic:

(Probably need to click on it)

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

lol they have to force it down peoples throats *or pay an extra $50 for win7*

post #4706 of 9059
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post


I uninstalled it and haven't got a BS (heh) since. (It's been over a month.)
Cracked Win7 Ultimate, actually.

Best AV = No AV haha

 

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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

lol they have to force it down peoples throats *or pay an extra $50 for win7*

Yeah, ironic that people pay to downgrade...  I wonder how much they charge for MS-DOS, because I have this application....

EDIT:  Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that its pretty hard to operate in a modern GUI.  I really prefer MS-DOS......


Edited by Yazen - 2/16/14 at 12:42pm
post #4707 of 9059
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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post

Best AV = No AV haha

Yeah, ironic that people pay to downgrade...  I wonder how much they charge for MS-DOS, because I have this application....
My AV is called, "Common Sense". You should check it out. Lol, jk.
post #4708 of 9059
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My AV is called, "Common Sense". You should check it out. Lol, jk.

I should.  Having 1TB+ filled with misc pornography and penis extension spyware seems to be the norm today

post #4709 of 9059
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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post

I should.  Having 1TB+ filled with misc pornography and penis extension spyware seems to be the norm today
Heheheheheheheheh u sayz peniz. Immature teenage guy strikes again!
post #4710 of 9059
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Originally Posted by Yazen View Post
 

I should.  Having 1TB+ filled with misc pornography and penis extension spyware seems to be the norm today

I like to download a little bit of every kind of virus so that way I can be immune to them when they git on my computer by accident.

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