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About dinscurge

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  1. well the l2 cache was massive(in comparison 2mb v 512kb) but was just trying to minimize the performance hits from cache miss, miss predictions etc, but has really high latency and stuff because is more complicated but the later revisions steamroller/excavator made definite improvements in scheduling/utilization of both threads per module but never got those in the am3+ platform supposedly cause the 28nm stuff wasnt so good for that compared to the 32soi. not sure how the fpu works exactly, but for older stuff(non avx xop basically) should be able to use just a single of the 2 fmacs, where phenom2 just couldnt do avx at all only the 128bit and earlier operations. but depending on the pricing for ryzen could be pretty cool, given that if an i7-990(nahelem refresh/dieshrink 6 core) can render faster than an i7-6700k
  2. well the zen is pretty similar to intel design, where bulldozer(and children) were totally different like.. a david core, to the intel being the goliath core. where the zen core is functionally about 1.5 of the integer cores and the entire fpu but bit beefed up/changed of the bulldozer module also with some kind of cheap smt where. its going to be much faster single threaded and on the back end still have good performance through the higher utilization by switching in the other queued work any time theres a stall/fetch whatever where the bulldozer was only good if you loaded every thread/everything to the max where it would use all the units, so any kind of mixed workload where it went single threaded intel would pull ahead with say the 3770k vs the 8350, but in specifically highly parallel workloads like transcoding, ray tracing, encryption/decryption file compression/decompression then the amd throws down sort of between the regular intel core or like phenom/athlon2, and xeonphi kind of a weird compromise
  3. all could gather from intel, was atleast its the same socket, but with 2 of them easily faster than a 6950x in multi threaded more around 12-15core broadwell cept with maybe lower turbo speeds/single threaded. but the motherboards are expensive usually :/.
  4. if you were looking to keep the box you could get a massive upgrade for pretty cheap maybe, http://ark.intel.com/products/75275/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-2670-v2-25M-Cache-2_50-GHz assuming the bios/mobo could support http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-XEON-E5-2670-2-6-GHz-20-MB-8-Core-CPU-Processor-SR0H8-socket-LGA-2011-/282247198778?hash=item41b73e783a:g:drQAAOSwx2dYIAE8
  5. not surprising, considering the other stuff, say data. your limit only applies to non roaming data, theres a seperate cap thats significantly lower say, the unlimited 4g plan, you get a whopping 50mb of domestic roaming data lol. https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-3299
  6. actually did figure that out lol got open bsd on it currently since they still actively support sparc32 and are relatively small install media size etc. was mostly issues with reading discs being had the wrong type of media for the cdrom, the metallic/metallized whatever instead of the dye but was able to plug in different roms with the case open, just cant install them
  7. was more joking about the change where they made it less obvious what they supported, but it kind of always was less obvious for the weird stuff.. like the version with bsd kernels or whatever, used to just be click download and it offered all the versions(besides the other kernel ones)
  8. but they dont support ma sparc 32bit no more
  9. not sure exactly why it would if you had a program manually configuring what your computer(s) were using, say ping google at interval, if it fails to return proper return number then try a different interface/network whatever. would more see needing dynamic dns or something for automatic failover where.. you dont lose a session/stream the connection never breaks buut.. if you dont need that capability should be easy enough, especially since many connection purposes dont have issues with that, say your watching a video on youtube, you could switch from 3/4g to wifi airplane mode whatever and when network resumes it will just start grabbing the video again. or if you had a torrent it will just not be able to download during the time between network not being available and it switching to a different source. where if it was http download it would fail and you'd have to start from the beginning in most cases. so.. for home use probably not that big of a deal considering you might have to press f5 or something where if you didnt have it fail over youd just have no network until it came back up however long the outage is. where a server or some other higher priority network stuff it might be a big deal
  10. made a couple other things after figured out some of the stuff lol :p. one being a program which creates/manages html redirection pages, as if i registered pages to emails, i could change all the pages that was registered to that email, or if you got a take down notice from 5-0 about bad stuff you could ban all their registered pages, you could update email for all or just one site, change url for the redirections etc. on the basis sort of like.. the opposite approach to freenet, in that just anyone could have a 'dns' but not sure how to go about automation being.. the point is to not use icann or any other gate keepers so.. doing ssl/tls will give certificate errors for most all users, but having a first come first served policy, where you just have a page with 3 forms say, one for desired name, the url/path to whatever file, and the email they wish to register it to. the data shouldnt be transmitted till they press go and the only attack i could forsee is if you were to sniff the traffic and be able to inject your own before theirs got there to steal their page before they got it, other than being able to see who registered the redirection and where it would point to. that.. probably would be made with lighthttpd or something to get it as a single package but not sure if its really worth it lol. but in the current state its just manual configuration just a utility that asks name, then it asks url if its not registered, otherwise pops up the email its registered to so you could confirm if you were going to use one of the options to ban/edit etc, then would ask the email after url if it wasnt registered and then id drop back to asking name but might remake it as individual tools to add/edit ban etc and just have both versions. so if they wanted to change they would email an email you setup to recieve this traffic. for the webserver, in manual configuration id just be any web server basically, and point it to the provided index or make your own, where it has a search bar where you type the name which redirects to the redirection page or have the webserver print your custom 404 saying its not been registered if they want to register follow these steps etc.so you could load say stankdawg.fap on the index 'search bar' or you could go the url to that domain whatever, if you have it registered or your ip/stankdawg.fap if you wanted to directly access the file stankdawg.fap.html so basically a make your own tinyurl where they get to pick the names. but its just static html redirections so as long as the path is available it doesnt matter if its local, intranet or internet figure might be useful for something likes.. set up a network at a college have your own knock off versions of Qoogle where you can get the low down all the clubs and classes and student activities edit: oh a random multiple one time pad thing, and some other dumb stuff lol
  11. ooh right you are
  12. was that a glitch or a pun? but anyways yea basically, if your an electrician or plumber or some other generic trade in the us, assuming you dont move alot of the code seems to not change very rapidly you kinda just go to school once and after that its just oh this new wire is the trend or doing pex instead of hardline or whatever but talking exponentially more research on finding suppliers or good deals on supplies than what you are supposed to use or to keep up with codes. where with security stuff, they change alot more rapidly so its alot more unpaid research on your own time just to keep your chops up so.. if you enjoy research and learning on its own merits regardless of pay then it could be very rewarding otherwise might want to try to find an angle/specific field where its a bit slower paced
  13. dunno. since humans have to write the code that would be then writing code, how would they assure there was no bugs in the first one to create even more bugs in later ones? buut.. i am waiting for them to start calling people to arms, you dont have the right to install any programs you want, you cant program for your computer you might be up to good edit: thought i replied earlier but i guess not lol XD. the position will probably be around for a long time but, its also a relatively high demanding position being that, if you want to be legit, like say moxie marlinspike you have to know your shit, you have to research basically forever would be like if you were an accountant and the math was constantly changing, no you dont use a calculator you use a japanese abacus, you cant do multiplication you have to do addition etc etc. the basic core knowledge you have will still be useful but when all the programs, standards, protocols get patched, forked, deprecated new ones get introduced i mean if you specifically target a protocol or something for research and can consistently deliver stuff you might be able to get away with it but most likely youd end up at a job looking at their program(s) doing code auditing or something, or freelance whatever penetration testing where youd have to be up on all the popular program versions, attacks etc
  14. basically, for stuff like a vm just running a teamspeak server or some other low performance thing, probably doesnt matter much, but if you had say 4 gaming vms at once, if you only had 1 hdd youd only be able to get 1/4 of the bandwidth if you tried to load a game at the same time on all 4 where if you had 4 drives, in jbod, a raid array zfs pool whatever you'd get about 4x the bandwidth of one drive so about the same as if you had one drive per vm. having say a dual socket quad channel memeory with a motherboard that uses all 8 channels you could only get almost the memory bandwidth of 4 desktop dual channel systems being you will have lower memory frequency so if you tried to simulate say 8 pentium dual core or i3 systems or something you wont be able to achieve the same memory bandwidth of 8 of them so if you try to do memory intensive stuff on more than 4 of them at once the performance will be degraded significantly more compared to separate machines
  15. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PCI_passthrough_via_OVMF seems fairly newish stuff, but yeah storage and memory bandwidth will be issues to performance but not too much you can do about the memory bandwidth, if you try to do lots of heavy tasks on all the threads it will bog down but thats the nature of the hardware.