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Optix replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 11:10 AM

Yeah, that must be...rough.

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 11:34 AM

One of my sons is a Network Administrator for a large Insurance company based out of Las Vegas. He's lived there for many years. He gets invited to all of the technology/computer trade shows that go on there. I think that one or two of them in that town are rather large events.

Anyway, my wife, (the English Teacher) needed about 60 USB flash drives for her students to use for storing homework and writing at the High School last year. She had me looking online for the best deal for one or two Gig models. I happened to mention this to my son and he sent us 57 of them, 2, 4, 8, and 16GB drives,......and all of them with different logos printed on them. They were all handed to him at those shows. We had to go through them to clear the demonstration software off of many of them before we could pass them out to the kids.

He says that they also used to give lots of free software out to people randomly.

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lifeskills replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 12:15 PM

nothin like a convention for some free stuff.  The problem is usually you dont want it!

^Thats funny realneil.  And thats cool that the school provides that stuff(or in this case, your son).  In Portland right now some schools are so strapped for cash they are cancelling P.E.!

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 1:38 PM

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thats cool that the school provides that stuff

Actually the school is in dire straights and can't afford enough computers/laptops for the kids to use during the day.

My wife has access to one of the two "Laptop Carts" twice a week per class,....and it's not always in the best of shape when they roll it into her room. So we provided the flash drives for the kids to be able to take their work home to work on, or to the county library (limited too) and be able to save it for her to look at on her work PC. It helps to make the technology part work for the kids. They need as much as they can get to prepare them for this crazy world that they've been born into.

I also built three very low end XP desktop machines out of spare parts and old customer's computers and put them into her room for the kids to use. They all have old copies of Office on them. They work. The school almost didn't let her put them in there, but some of the parents raised the roof when the kids told them, and the administration relented. Some of the kids in this very rural part of Virginia don't have a lot of resources at home. People are just scraping by.

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Woops, misread that.  I didn't realize that yall were paying for the drives, and not the school.  Thats very generous of you and your wife, also to donate computers.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 2:17 PM

Thats pretty nice of you guys.

Any news on the contest?

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 2:30 PM

lifeskills:
Thats very generous of you and your wife

Most teachers donate extra time and money to their kids. They're underpaid and taken for granted many times, in many schools. (like cops and firefighters are)

My wife has had no raise in pay for 4 years, but the cost of living keeps going up. She still cares about the kids though.

She plans trips to the local National Park for her kids and gets shot down by the school/county because of no money to fuel the bus needed to get there. (the destination is 15 miles away mind you,......)

So for her creative writing classes, she has a weekly "Friday Coffee-Shop" where they drink coffee, (decaffeinated only) and eat pastries, and everybody reads the poems and stories that they've written during the week. She pays for everything just to keep it going as a treat for the kids. (can you tell that I'm proud of her?)

I have a feeling that if we ever win the lottery, a large chunk of it will go into that school.

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 2:31 PM

fat78:
Any news on the contest?

Nothing yet,.....

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Inspector replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 3:07 PM

realneil:

lifeskills:
Thats very generous of you and your wife

Most teachers donate extra time and money to their kids. They're underpaid and taken for granted many times, in many schools. (like cops and firefighters are)

My wife has had no raise in pay for 4 years, but the cost of living keeps going up. She still cares about the kids though.

She plans trips to the local National Park for her kids and gets shot down by the school/county because of no money to fuel the bus needed to get there. (the destination is 15 miles away mind you,......)

So for her creative writing classes, she has a weekly "Friday Coffee-Shop" where they drink coffee, (decaffeinated only) and eat pastries, and everybody reads the poems and stories that they've written during the week. She pays for everything just to keep it going as a treat for the kids. (can you tell that I'm proud of her?)

I have a feeling that if we ever win the lottery, a large chunk of it will go into that school.

That's really nice of you guys realneil, some teachers wouldn't care for the kids... :D.

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Optix replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 3:38 PM

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 3:54 PM

Optix:

Users: *squirm*

Admin: *giggle*

LOL,.....That's funny!......it IS their contest and their rules. And nobody's dying from the wait,.........so far!

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:07 PM

i am dying......in bad company because i cant run the game in dx11.

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:10 PM

Inspector:
some teachers wouldn't care

Inspector:
That's really nice of you guys

It's all her, not me. She's the one who is there for them. The Paper-Load for a high school English teacher is astronomical at best. At times during the year the entire living room is filled with stacks of papers to be graded. I help her sort them out to speed the process, but I'm not up on what she does enough to help her grade them. She spends HOURS at it. Her level of dedication to her job is complete.

Yeah, I help her any way that I can,......but she's the one who is the 'Wazoo' teacher.

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AKwyn replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:23 PM

fat78:

i am dying......in bad company because i cant run the game in dx11.

What's there to see besides improved shadows and stuff?

 

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:27 PM

Might let me pick out snipers in bushes better.

i have no idea just want to play in dx11.lol

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Inspector replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:49 PM

lol, a new graphics card might help me a lot... i don't know if its just my skills or my frame rate. I still play CS:S at times and i can never seem to be able to do shots others can. i only get around 80FPS or less i think...

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 4:53 PM

Inspector:
i only get around 80FPS or less

I think that 60FPS is considered playable in most games.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:00 PM

Might of been a typing error. A new mouse could also help or just practice.

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As for BFBC2 its actually easier to kill people with everything turned down to low but draw distance up high. People cant hide in bushes or shadows because there are none... ahahahah

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Inspector replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:14 PM

realneil:

Inspector:
i only get around 80FPS or less

I think that 60FPS is considered playable in most games.

no i get 50-80 FPS some people get a lot more, they say they get 300-500+... IDK really.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:17 PM

who the hell is getting 500.

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Optix replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:33 PM

30 FPS is what I usually consider the lowest I want to go before I start toning down settings.

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:41 PM

Inspector:
no i get 50-80 FPS some people get a lot more, they say they get 300-500+... IDK really.

50-80 Frames Per Second is fast. It's smooth,...... I don't think that a person could tell the difference above 100 FPS. 300-500 FPS is astronomical and must have been accomplished on a computer with a Celeron CPU. Wink

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acarzt replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 5:53 PM

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no i get 50-80 FPS some people get a lot more, they say they get 300-500+... IDK really.

50-80 fps is ideal. If you were getting 300-500fps you would have HORRIBLE screen tearing. No screen has a vertical refresh rate of 300-500hz.

Most LCDs have a vertical refresh rate of about 60-80hz. That means it can properly display up to 60-80fps. Once you go beyong that, the screen get's out of sync and you will see the screen appear to split. This is screen tearing.

This is also why V-sync in games exists. It limits the frame rate to your monitors vertical refresh rate.

Also, your eyes would not be able to detect the difference between 60 and 60,000 fps. As a matter of fact, I believe anything over 20fps the human eye cannot detect the change of frames. The game might be choppy that low... but it all depends on what fps the game was meant to be played at.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 6:11 PM

thought it was over 30fps the eye cant detect

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Marco C replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 6:27 PM

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 7:06 PM

This was a good contest. One that I enjoyed being in.

Thanks again for the great giveaways HH.

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Dave_HH replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 9:56 PM

Give us ideas for the next contest (think community participation in some way) and we'll consider it!  A new gaming rig could be at stake!

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pagalnbrc replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 10:50 PM

The cyclone cooler is very cool and it's surely gonna make my holidays much better. The GTX460 are really the most awesome directX11 Nvidia card out there with a decent price tag...Double up this baby with dual SLi and u have a hell of a machine...Pleas give me one... 

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realneil replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 10:52 PM

Dave_HH:
Give us ideas for the next contest

I like the idea of being able to build our own rigs, so the parts that we just tried for were especially tempting to me. Crying

Maybe another contest for parts using AMD based components would be a good plan.

I have a few suggestions too,...see below:

The SSD's,......2 of them for a gnarly RAID set up. (could be smaller drives if budget dictates)

The Ram,.......2 of them to equal 8GB. Designed just for the AMD Hex-Core CPU's.

The CPU  6 core goodness!

The Mainboard NVIDIA SLI ready!

The Video Cards 2 of them for SLI goodness!

The Power Supply is all important in a system!

You know, just a few suggestions to think on. Heh-Heh! (you asked) (any combination of just some of them would be cool too)

You guys know what the really good cases are, and any decent optical drive will work too.

EDIT: I should just shut up. The systems that you give away are always top notch and very desirable too.

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lifeskills replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 11:24 PM

Dave do you mean the contest prize or the terms of the contest itself?

I like realneil's idea about ssd's.  These can improve anyone's performance, regardless of platform.

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Inspector replied on Thu, Sep 16 2010 11:28 PM

I think dave ment ideas on the terms to win it, they already got the rig and its at stake! (of not getting a owner) :(

Lol, well what kind of build is it? If it's really high end(better the comp, more players for the match) we can have a game Match to win it. If it's mid-high end we can... Um well , idk be creative :P lol

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How about the RROD contest!

Either Dave or Marco get  one of the ORIGIN PC's "The Big O"  Custom DD tower 29 as a test machine.

Then whoever comes up with the hardest settings that make the PC lock up or cause the Xbox to RROD while playing online, Wins?

Or whoever comes closest with setting suggestion's to make it stutter:P

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acarzt replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 1:23 AM

How about we are given a budget and people pick their parts through various vendors on the web, and then HH will determine which PC has the best all around performance... and then whoever's rig is picked win's said rig? :-D

Or some concept but all submissions are made private, HH picks their top 3 favorite submissions and then the community votes on them. The winner get's said configured system :-P

Or we could just game it out. lol

We could battle it out in Borderlands lol

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acarzt replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 1:24 AM

Of course, the way you guys have been running these things has worked great so far. I like the increased flow in conversation lol

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Optix replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 6:55 AM

What about a forum/site scavenger hunt?  EVGA has had a huge success with their annual scavenger hunt and the more traffic in all areas of the forum the better in my books.

Oh, and I'm totally game for a Borderlands shoot out so long as it is in the arena and not a one on one fight with crappy Redemptions.

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realneil replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 7:18 AM


So maybe you guys are more interested in the way the contest is run this time and I misunderstood at first. Sorry,....

I hate to do this, it's gonna be like shooting myself in the foot (my chances to compete) and I just have the one foot left to stand on now.

BUT:

Have a Folding@Home contest.

Set everyone up that wants to try for it and let them fold@home for a certain time period and see who folds the most.

Now, some of us would need help getting started. I've tried it twice with three different PC's and have yet to be able to turn the work back in once it's done. (Scratches Head)

I don't know if this would be fair to people with slower PC's or not.

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Optix replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 8:51 AM

I'm not a big fan of Folding@Home contests with outcomes that are based on total output because it pretty much drops folks who have ATI cards out of the running.

Maybe give everybody one ballot for each day they fold at least one unit (some of us don't want to leave our systems on all day and night either) and then an additional ballot for each unit they fold above a preset limit.

Nvidia based systems will still have a clear cut advantage but it would be a little bit more fair.

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acarzt replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 9:55 AM

Folding@home wouldn't be fair for everyone lol

Plus that would reak havoc on everyone's electric bill lol

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realneil replied on Fri, Sep 17 2010 9:56 AM

Optix:
it pretty much drops folks who have ATI cards out of the running

Optix:
Nvidia based systems will still have a clear cut advantage

I wasn't aware of this when I posted, and this makes it sound like a 'not so good' idea.

Maybe we could have a contest to see who could get a picture of themselves with Angelina Jolie first?

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