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by vlad01
21 Nov 2019 00:59
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 455
Views: 69285

A very PC discussion

I highly double it would. Have you seen the 3950X reviews? Wow that is one impressive CPU. It's a stock to learn it actually uses less power than the 12 core by a few watts even with more cores and very similar clocks, in fact boost is slightly higher on the 16 core part.  Some good quality silicon ...
by vlad01
19 Nov 2019 01:29
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 2582
Views: 343136

Image Dump

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by vlad01
19 Nov 2019 01:20
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 2582
Views: 343136

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by vlad01
17 Nov 2019 00:17
Forum: Development
Topic: SpaceEngine TODO
Replies: 134
Views: 70890

SpaceEngine TODO

volumetric clouds with shadows would be an awesome thing to add.  As the couple posts up mentions, water improvements are something thats needed.
by vlad01
08 Nov 2019 21:02
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 445
Views: 20472

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

When it comes to the raymarched nebula, are they primarily calculated by the CPU or GPU? I am trying to work out a bottleneck. When moving near them my fps drops to about 3-7 fps at 1440p but once I actually stop traveling, the fps when panning the nebula in view is fine, up around 100 fps, its only...
by vlad01
05 Nov 2019 18:05
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

Odd?  I can open the link from my post and download them.
by vlad01
05 Nov 2019 05:54
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/astro/

All of them should be there.
by vlad01
05 Nov 2019 03:48
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

btw the rest of our photos are here. https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/Grampians/ All the raw and jpeg. I only really processed the Orion ones but there is others of the Milkyway and Magellanic clouds. You get a sense of how dark it was given the shadows of the clouds and trees just look black. Wo...
by vlad01
05 Nov 2019 03:36
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 455
Views: 69285

A very PC discussion

They can get warm not normally hot.  Anywhere around 50-70c I would expect in the worst case with no air flow.   I wouldn't even worry about it as the caps aren't really making heat themselves but rather getting heated indirectly from the VRM and CPU nearby.   Only the really cheap nasty boards with...
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 17:29
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

btw the rest of our photos are here.

https://deepnighttech.com.au/image/Grampians/

All the raw and jpeg. I only really processed the Orion ones but there is others of the Milkyway and Magellanic clouds.

You get a sense of how dark it was given the shadows of the clouds and trees just look black.
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 15:46
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 455
Views: 69285

A very PC discussion

5k vs 10k is the amount of hours they are rated for at 105ºc  The letters would be the type of cap, construction/material I am not sure what they are though.
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 05:01
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 455
Views: 69285

A very PC discussion

yeah the as far as I found not many of the main brand/model boards use T topology, most seem to be daisy chain. This limit applies to all ryzen, its a board thing rather than the CPU itself though 2nd and 3rd gen can get higher speeds due to the better IMC.  I think the reason T is not used much is ...
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 04:15
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

We reach dew point in winter. everything gets condensation on it.  we only get about 20% humidity during summer, winter it sits at 80-100% according to the hydrometer.
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 04:10
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: A very PC discussion
Replies: 455
Views: 69285

A very PC discussion

I would love 32gb, but the problem is the way the memory ranks work and the topology of every AM4 board. becasue the boards use daisy chain topology the memory stability is greatly reduced when using 4 dimms or dual rank modules.  currently the biggest single rank module in these speed modules is 8G...
by vlad01
03 Nov 2019 03:09
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Astrophotography
Replies: 397
Views: 54001

Astrophotography

Not here it doesn't, too much moisture during winter where I live so the view is always washed out and transmits light pollution worse.

My skies are clearest in summer when the humidity is much lower. We have very dry summers and wet winters here in the southern end of Australia.
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