• CIPWTTKT&GC V44 - Vega Appreciation Station
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[QUOTE=Protocol7;52577281]The problem is I had no idea that CloudFlare sets up the SSL settings as "flexible" by default, so I had no idea to even check there. I only was clued into the "flexible" setting by about the 3rd StackOverflow post I found talking about weird HTTP redirects with Nginx and CloudFlare. The entire time I thought I was fucking something up with the nginx configs. It's a nice setting, but if it can cause odd behavior when it goes out to your web server, IMHO it shouldn't be the default.[/QUOTE] Eh, it's there to enable people to have free SSL to the user when they don't have it on their server. It's not crazy, but always go through settings on these kinds of things. CF does a lot of things by default, some good, some less so.
Sooo 1080 Ti prices have dropped a bit (at least for the EVGA one I got, off Amazon) at 12% of savings.
If I can find a 1080 for $499 I'll bite the bullet on that rather than a 1070. Fuck paying $450 for a 1070 when they used to be $350.
I don't want to give up my freesync
[url=http://store.steampowered.com/app/621060/PC_Building_Simulator/]I suppose it was inevitable.[/url]
[QUOTE=DrTaxi;52578485][url=http://store.steampowered.com/app/621060/PC_Building_Simulator/]I suppose it was inevitable.[/url][/QUOTE] Aw man, I thought it was a VR game. How hilariously ironic would it be if you had to buy a $400-600 VR headset and a $700+ PC in order to play a build a PC simulator
[QUOTE=garychencool;52576545]Time to tell them about their website fuck up[/QUOTE] One thing I didn't check was the firmware version, it's possible that it was slightly out of date. The hardware is pretty old, so I'm not even sure if they're still supporting it. I haven't run into the issue until today... This is the same company that abandoned their mediocre WiMAX product line (PMP320) and never updated the windows utility to factory default the CPE, so the "official" tool only works on XP. I was bored one evening and decompiled the exe, upgraded the c# library used to talk to the WinPcap driver and suddenly it works on Windows 10. Cambium has been doing very well lately, but man some of the old Motorola / Cambium software was odd.
Anything old Motorola is a bit odd
Theory: Kiwi is small. Miniscule. Absolutely tiny. Proposal: we stuff Kiwi inside a Mini-ITX case.
[QUOTE=Protocol7;52577206]No takers? Surprising. In other news: Fucking CloudFlare. Apparently the default SSL level of "flexible" sends requests to your servers over HTTP, so my HTTPS specific nginx configs were getting ignored completely. This resulted in head-scratching behavior since I'm running two sites off of the same box, each with their own nginx .conf file. Finally set it to "Full (strict)" and now each site correctly loads via HTTPS and it's actually resolving the page as dictated in each site config. And going to [url]http://domain.com[/url] points you to [url]https://www.domain.com[/url] correctly too.[/QUOTE] Kiwi did the same thing 1 or 2 pages ago, you could have just read this thread :v: Also, why redirect from example.com to [url]www.example.com[/url], I do the exact opposite because the whole world wide web thing is the most redundant shit in this day and age.
[QUOTE=SEKCobra;52578899]Kiwi did the same thing 1 or 2 pages ago, you could have just read this thread :v: Also, why redirect from example.com to [url]www.example.com[/url], I do the exact opposite because the whole world wide web thing is the most redundant shit in this day and age.[/QUOTE] [url]http://wwww.facepunch.com[/url] [url]http://www.facepunch.com[/url] :v:
Advanced Mining Devices [url]http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-Blockchain-Compute-Release-Notes.aspx[/url]
the cryptomining on gpu memes need to end
It's not really a meme when they're either the #1 or #2 customer for the company. "Blockchain Compute" in this case mostly means improved memory management anyways. They haven't had time to properly test and verify it, so they're throwing it out the door as a beta driver.
[QUOTE=Dr. Evilcop;52578920]the cryptomining on gpu memes need to end[/QUOTE] cryptomining on brains next just wait for elon musk to start tweeting about it
I dunno, I have a 970 tier memory
[QUOTE=Scratch.;52578930]cryptomining on brains next just wait for elon musk to start tweeting about it[/QUOTE] [video=youtube;y3dqhixzGVo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=y3dqhixzGVo[/video]
It's a meme and bad for the company because when GPU mining dies (and it will) AMD will have lost a lot of market presence and positive word-of-mouth with hardly any gamers (the market that will continue to exist) actually using their GPUs [editline]15th August 2017[/editline] There's now a LOT of people with nvidia cards playing games who would have otherwise gotten AMD cards (hell I even considered selling mine and I've never owned an nvidia card in my life), and I think that'll be a huge bonus for nvidia in the long run [editline]15th August 2017[/editline] Not to mention when it does die, the vast quantity of worked-to-the-bone cheap AMD cards that will flood ebay and die after a year or two further giving them a bad reputation
1) Nvidia is also out of stock because the 1060 and 1070 are good mining GPUs. The people on the market for a 1060 aren't capable of buying a 1080 because of the massive price difference. 2) The vast majority of AMD cards used in mining right now are mining Ethereum, which is memory-intensive. The cards are massively undervolted and underclocked to save power, so the only part of the GPU getting stressed are the fans. If buying used, look for models with replaceable fans, like Sapphire's cards. 3) Even if mining just suddenly died, AMD is still going to be able to sell the dies to datacenters. Yeah, sucks as a gamer, but AMD's probably going to be fine. I have a feeling that HBM2 is going to prove itself to suck with mining, so gamers might be able to get their hands on some Vega cards. AMD just has to get their shit together with drivers, assuming the problem is in the drivers and they didn't just masturbate for over a year and then do a process update on Fiji.
Behold a legitimate support ticket [img]https://www.helifreak.club/image/20170816081929228.png[/img] :surrender:
[QUOTE=helifreak;52579153]Behold a legitimate support ticket [img]https://www.helifreak.club/image/20170816081929228.png[/img] :surrender:[/QUOTE] DSS-1337 Is that an unique id?
[QUOTE=nikomo;52578967]1) Nvidia is also out of stock because the 1060 and 1070 are good mining GPUs. The people on the market for a 1060 aren't capable of buying a 1080 because of the massive price difference. [/QUOTE] I thought it was also because of what type of GDDR RAM the 1080 and 1080 Ti's have that makes it worse for mining Eth compared to a 1070.
[QUOTE=Scratch.;52579176]DSS-1337 Is that an unique id?[/QUOTE] Sure is.
[QUOTE=TrafficMan;52578940]It's a meme and bad for the company because when GPU mining dies (and it will) AMD will have lost a lot of market presence and positive word-of-mouth with hardly any gamers (the market that will continue to exist) actually using their GPUs [editline]15th August 2017[/editline] There's now a LOT of people with nvidia cards playing games who would have otherwise gotten AMD cards (hell I even considered selling mine and I've never owned an nvidia card in my life), and I think that'll be a huge bonus for nvidia in the long run [editline]15th August 2017[/editline] Not to mention when it does die, the vast quantity of worked-to-the-bone cheap AMD cards that will flood ebay and die after a year or two further giving them a bad reputation[/QUOTE] I was gonna aim for the 1070 for the recent Ryzen desktop build but after hearing about how prices have been inflated by Eth mining, I was like fuck it, if I'm going to pay for an inflated price, I might as well put it to better use and get a 1080 or 1080 Ti. Turns out the ASUS motherboard I ended up getting only really supports 1 GPU at the proper bandwidth it would actually need (ugh) but I wasn't planning on adding a 2nd one and doing SLI any time in the future anyways so getting the best single card GPU I could ended up being the best plan. The motherboard isn't perfect but it's good enough. I decided to install the Asus AI Suite 3 and it's actually pretty useful.
[QUOTE=garychencool;52579244]I thought it was also because of what type of GDDR RAM the 1080 and 1080 Ti's have that makes it worse for mining Eth compared to a 1070.[/QUOTE] I'm not sure what you mean "also", that's the reason people aren't buying those cards for Ethereum mining. They still work fine on other stuff though, like Zcash. But Ethereum is what the hype is about. But that doesn't change the fact that someone with 200-250€ can't buy a 1080.
[QUOTE=Kiwi;52579308]Full (strict) causes EVERY redirect to take an extra 5 seconds so my un-cached load times went from 5 seconds to 15 (it's only 750KB in size and most of that is bootstrap being a fat fuck). Full gives me 3 seconds un-cached. FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAST. Also can get 3MB in under 4 seconds. FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.[/QUOTE] Well for strict you gotta make sure all your certs are in order.
[QUOTE=helifreak;52579153]Behold a legitimate support ticket [img]https://www.helifreak.club/image/20170816081929228.png[/img] :surrender:[/QUOTE] Oh hey, JIRA. We use that at my workplace too. I'm developing a custom add-on for it.
Got myself another SSD, I'm running out of space to put stuff. [t]http://horobox.co.uk/u/reag/WP_20170816_15_20_36_Pro.jpg[/t] Cable management like my sex life, if I say it'll fit. [I]It'll fit.[/I]
[QUOTE=Reagy;52579774]Got myself another SSD, I'm running out of space to put stuff. [t]http://horobox.co.uk/u/reag/WP_20170816_15_20_36_Pro.jpg[/t] Cable management like my sex life, if I say it'll fit. [I]It'll fit.[/I][/QUOTE] You fit in everything
[QUOTE=Reagy;52579774]Got myself another SSD, I'm running out of space to put stuff. [t]http://horobox.co.uk/u/reag/WP_20170816_15_20_36_Pro.jpg[/t] Cable management like my sex life, if I say it'll fit. [I]It'll fit.[/I][/QUOTE] This is the reverse side of my Corsair 650D. The sidepanel bows out. But just like many other things in my life, I'll fucking make it fit.
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