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  1. Sticky: I'm going to link 80 PLUS on wikipedia...

    I'm going to link 80 PLUS on wikipedia again.
    Gold/88% is garbage.

    94% vs 88% is half the power wasted (remember it's exponential benefits, like maxing resists in Eve/PoE, before any stacking...
  2. Sticky: I want to see some evidence you'll be at 91%/idle...

    I want to see some evidence you'll be at 91%/idle the majority of the time. All the time you're not, it's drawing less W but far less efficiently, so it's worse. Running at that peak 91-94% minimises...
  3. Sticky: ...but you discarded the 10W loss of a more...

    ...but you discarded the 10W loss of a more realistic idle efficiency, and the far higher W loss of gaming load draw. Your only-7W-loss never occurs under either real-world regime.

    2018 average...
  4. Sticky: No, you're talking a best-case for that...

    No, you're talking a best-case for that impossibly-low-range-peak 100W PSU, to bring that 94% so close to practical idle levels. No reasonable price PSU is going to come close, yet most systems do...
  5. Sticky: Here's some data, as it relates to Itiken's...

    Here's some data, as it relates to Itiken's GeForceŽ GTX 1070 Ti:

    Total system draw while running FurMark: 284W. 305W for this setup running Battlefield 1.
    Idle, 82W. Once again, total system...
  6. Sticky: 850W converted at 55% efficiency draws the same...

    850W converted at 55% efficiency draws the same as 500W at 93.5%. Obviously extreme examples, but efficiency does drop significantly outside of the ~75% load area. 94% isn't even the highest...
  7. Sticky: Pro-tip: you only need a >450W PSU if you want...

    Pro-tip: you only need a >450W PSU if you want some wanky inefficient GPU setup, or high paper GHz CPU. A high efficiency lower W PSU will do more than fine, because they are best at 60-80% loaded...
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    Is there not a subreddit or something to find...

    Is there not a subreddit or something to find like-minded people, to share the cost (as supported via in-game mechanisms)?

    Nope.
  9. Unix won that war long ago, everything talking...

    Unix won that war long ago, everything talking human-readable text is the best solution. Better to make this easier for people as machines can get smarter, than make it more suited to the machines,...
  10. Counter: sane user process quotas.

    Counter: sane user process quotas.
  11. How much difference do you think is acceptable...

    How much difference do you think is acceptable when doing finger-print matching, to be worth a damn for authentication & to make forgery non-trivial?!
  12. The problem with biometrics has always been: you...

    The problem with biometrics has always been: you can't change them when you want to (i.e. when duplicated); and they can change when you don't want them to (i.e. injury).
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    FYI fossil crafting of fractured items is bugged...

    FYI fossil crafting of fractured items is bugged & disabled atm, GGG looking to fix it soon.
  14. Yeah but most people haven't watched someone with...

    Yeah but most people haven't watched someone with practice pick locks, it really does take but a few seconds for all but the rare best locks, even for low skill raking/rapping attacks....
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    Bane is a Curse Skill but not a Curse. GGG have...

    Bane is a Curse Skill but not a Curse. GGG have said they're not happy with this wording confusion.
    Soul Rend checks every 0.1s for targets around it to debuff. Each target can have their single...
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    IIRC ZiggyD had a strong & friendly vortex build...

    IIRC ZiggyD had a strong & friendly vortex build success recently, I'd check you like the gameplay he shows & explains.
    Going ES still isn't the easiest thing if you're a newer player, and it'll be...
  17. It gets overwhelmed. And already has more of a...

    It gets overwhelmed. And already has more of a performance/efficiency/cost penalty than just making not-flawed RAM.
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    Notable mechanics changes/additions: (Granite)...

    Notable mechanics changes/additions:
    (Granite) Flasks fixed, finally?!






    Unlike all the other new 'leeched as ES' passives, this isn't tied to spell damage...
  19. ROWHAMMER TL;DR: manufacturers aren't making RAM...

    ROWHAMMER TL;DR: manufacturers aren't making RAM physically big or power-drawing enough to not cause internal interference.
    If you can work out where your 1s and 0s are stored physically, you can...
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    ...with how-things-used-to-be-better-in-the-past?...

    ...with how-things-used-to-be-better-in-the-past? ;)
  21. Yes but having the latest vs one from a few...

    Yes but having the latest vs one from a few months/years back is a big difference imho.
  22. Ok, just some distros make having the latest...

    Ok, just some distros make having the latest Firefox require adding a new package repo & key, which is easier for non-coders via such a GUI.
  23. Doesn't ubuntu have Synaptic/something as a GUI...

    Doesn't ubuntu have Synaptic/something as a GUI for package management, like its parent Debian? Or do you just find it quicker & as easy to use the command line?
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    Sticky: So what was that vB-themed database issue about...

    So what was that vB-themed database issue about for hours the other day?
  25. I have spent all week warmed by the cleanliness...

    I have spent all week warmed by the cleanliness of replacing a poor notify()/wait() multithreading implementation with a few Cyclic Barriers. Half the code, far better expression of the...
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