I see contradiction here.
I used to do that, until some compiler threw an error; I think it was Go that doesn’t like that. now, my other code now follows suit, though i do think it looks better on its own line.
The thing that throws me for a loop (ha…) is when a library can be well documented, but have such poor readability in the actual code.
An example is some python dsp stuff I saw, there was a fairly extensive notebook on what the objects do, but it’s difficult to modify because I constantly forget what all the two-letter attributes stand for.
Can anyone justify the shorter vars? What say you all?
Maybe using short variable names would be OK on oop within your class or struct. This would give some context when accessing the var/method by class.
- danger noodle
- nope rope
In a relationship atm. But will propose soon. She know’s it’s coming we have talked.
So I will be married soon
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Hunting for headphones
The Audiotechnica ones while they are nice cans, they tend to sag in long sessions. Kind of annoying. Sound is good though.
HiFi and PC. Got M40X’s for the go or when I help out at events.
I wonder why they don´t do the same system they got on their cheaper headphones. My sisters AKG-K72’s are perfectly fine headband wise. But the sound quality is just not there.
K702 and 990’s are more or less the same price, the K712 are 80€ more, and then it is only another 80€ to the R70X’s… ARGH!
Im talking to a bunch of people about a hypothetical question: would buying a used GPU that was used for mining be worth it.
- Buying a GPU that was used for mining; and was properly maintained is fine
- Buying a GPU used for mining in general shouldn’t even be considered because who knows what that card has been through.
- Just buy a new GPU you poor peasant!
It all depends on the price…
There’s little reason not to buy a mining GPU.
I just got one myself and it’s good condition.
Many miners have actually flashed the bios to one with better hashtags and what not… And I’m not really sure if that doesn’t cripple the gaming performance… .
Thanks to TechPowerUp it can be flashed back.
I have absolutely no idea so I rather not…
Also, gaming 570-150€… Mining 570-350 euros… Brand new 570 - 250-300 euros…
I think mine might have been flashed, it shows as an RX580. Any way to check if it’s flashed?
Edit: To clarify, it’s an RX570
would flashing the Bios be bad for AMD or Nvidia Specifically? I would assume theres limits that miners would try to surpass to get maximum performance.
My gtx 560 died from just playing gta online. But I think the game is to blame for it honestly since that game is known for volting the hell out of a computer. Well it didn’t die. It just has artifacts. And crashes when when the computer logs into windows 10. I would do a solder reflow. But I don’t wanna get a new toaster oven and waste thermal paste. So getting a mined gpu can be a gamble. Because they could have simulated 5 to 6 years of use if the cards were not undervolted in mining situations.
I enjoy the current colour scheme, its dark enough to not be distracting
Can’t find the door because of all these turnips.