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  • 06:50, 26 June 2022The DNA Power Hour with Pa Dank (hist | edit) ‎[3,435 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "i wish Pa Dank had lived to see me learn to build shit. the man could build just about anything, all self-taught, operating a lathe or a table saw or a nail gun with finesse and élan. he'd do some work in exchange for lumber, and two weeks later there would be a new room on the house. he once asked if i wanted to learn how to join wood. i was about twelve, maybe thirteen, and insufferable beyond all belief (anyone who knew me at the time can confirm this). i replied "i...")
  • 19:35, 14 June 2022SCOTUS headcanon (hist | edit) ‎[5,903 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "It is Halloween, and the eight seated Justices eagerly await the arrival of the freshly-confirmed ACB. Amy Coney Barrett, heir to the seat of RBG, two badass women comparable in feist if not in interpretation, From the skies above Washington, D.C., Antonin Scalia smiles happily; he can finally pass to the Beyond. "Pure apppppppppplesauce!" he howls gleefully, ascending towards Opus Dei's skylounge. ACB is 167cm in stocking feet, which means she's stood at least 173cm in...")
  • 17:35, 6 June 2022Gigabyte Aorus Master TRX40 (hist | edit) ‎[2,626 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The [https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Motherboard/TRX40-AORUS-MASTER-rev-10#kf Aorus Master TRX40] from Gigabyte is a TRX40 motherboard supporting third-generation Threadrippers from AMD. ==Sensors== The Aorus Master sports (supposedly) an IT8688E and an IT8792E [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_I/OSuper I/O Super I/O chip]. The <tt>it87</tt> module shipped in the Linux kernel as of at least 5.17.13 will load, recognizing an IT8733E: <pre> [ 4321.190178] it87: Found...")
  • 11:08, 31 May 2022Libre Le Potato AML-S905X-CC (hist | edit) ‎[391 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Libre Computer manufactures the [https://libre.computer/products/s905x/ S905X] SBC. It's similar to a Raspberry Pi 3. ==Specs== * Quadcore 1.512GHz Cortex-A53 * 2G + 3P 750MHz Mali-450 * 2GB DDR3 * 4x USB 2.0 * 100BASE-T * HDMI 2.0 * 40x GPIO")
  • 06:35, 26 May 2022Corsair iCUE Commander Core XT (hist | edit) ‎[778 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "I've got one of these ungainly-named devices in Schwarzgerät III. Let's explore it. Vendor ID 0x1b1c, Product ID 0x0c2a. ==HIDAPI basics== Two usages (1 and 2) at page 0xFF42. <pre> [schwarzgerat](0) $ ./hidapitester --vidpid 1B1C --list-detail 1B1C/0C2A: Corsair - CORSAIR iCUE COMMANDER CORE XT vendorId: 0x1B1C productId: 0x0C2A usagePage: 0xFF42 usage: 0x0001 serial_number: d10600908ac184aacaa70c064091005f inte...")
  • 01:18, 23 May 2022CODI6 (hist | edit) ‎[152 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "An ARGB/PWM controller from Gelid, based around an Arduino Uno clone. What exactly is https://github.com/notabucketofspam/ARGB?")
  • 19:09, 20 May 2022Qidi (hist | edit) ‎[1,592 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "I recently acquired a Qidi X-Plus 3d printer. ==Slicer== I'm using [http://www.qd3dprinter.com/software/ QidiPrint] on Linux via its AppImage distribution. It appears to be a customized version of Cura, and comes with preloaded configurations for the full Qidi line.")
  • 03:52, 19 May 2022Waveshare AMOLED (hist | edit) ‎[2,310 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "I am using a 5.5" Waveshare AMOLED capacitive screen in my workstation, together with a Raspberry Pi 3B. They are powered over USB from Molex, and receive data using IP-over-USB together with an internal USB3 header. It's a great little device at a good price point (about $130), though quite fragile. The [https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/5.5inch_HDMI_AMOLED Waveshare wiki page] for the device is a good place to start.")
  • 02:34, 2 May 2022Further reflections on watercooling (hist | edit) ‎[13,880 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "I got some good feedback regarding my earlier "reflections on watercooling" piece, and I thought of a few things I'd missed, so here's some more dankwisdom. Take it for whatever it's worth. Please feel encouraged to send in further data for these tables, ''assuming you got the info directly from the manufacturer, or rigorously acquired it yourself.'' * Knowing the volume of your components is useful for working the heat equations, for kno...")
  • 16:33, 30 April 2022Overclocking (hist | edit) ‎[393 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "it's why we watercool. ==Linux tools== * <tt>[https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c turbostat]</tt> is part of the kernel tree, and prints detailed information for x86 processors * <tt>[https://gitlab.com/corectrl/corectrl corectrl] applies hardware profiles based on executed binaries CATEGORY: Hardware")
  • 00:01, 27 April 2022Faux War Eagles! (hist | edit) ‎[2,579 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "a woman of otherwise stunning intelligence and allure claimed to me today that Atlanta's [https://www.marist.com/ Marist School] is the "forgotten private school of atlanta", and that [https://www.woodward.edu/ Woodward Academy] (technically a part of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport) had superseded it. this came as a surprise to me, having known woodward primarily by the distinctive yellow schoolbuses that scrambled out through north atlanta each weekday morning....")
  • 12:34, 26 April 2022Two dollars, please (hist | edit) ‎[24,804 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "On August 23, 1928, Rancid, the butler in the Drake Mansion on old Beacon Hill, reported a rather distressing fact to his employer. “Good Lord Harry,” old Drake cried at first, “is he turning Papist now?” His second question was less rhetorical: “You’re absolutely sure?” “There is no doubt,” Rancid replied. “The maids showed me the socks, sir. And the shoes.” That night there was a rather strangulated attempt at conversation in the mansion’s old...") originally created as "Mama Sutra and Robert Putney Drake"
  • 23:38, 24 April 2022SilverStone fan hub (hist | edit) ‎[1,460 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The SilverStone octoport PWM hub (part number ‎SST-CPF04-USA) features 8 4-pin Molex fan outputs, one 4-pin Molex fan input (for PWM control), and is powered via a connected SATA adapter. Speed control via voltage is not available for 3-pin fans, though they can be connected to the device (and will run at maximum speed). The SATA power is required; no fans will run if only the 4-port connector is hooked up (indeed, there are only two wires running to the four-pin conne...")
  • 16:51, 20 April 2022Book list for streetfighting computer scientists (hist | edit) ‎[2,423 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "2022 edition. this is very different from most "best books for programmers" lists you'll see, with like "Code Complete" and "Clean Code" and "Wistful Wanking for Practical Wankers" and titles like that. you'll figure that all out as you go along. do you need to read all of these? only if you want to know the shit inside, i guess. * Dijkstra, A Discipline of Programming * Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, especially volume 1 * Warren, Hacker's Delight * Stevens, Ad...")
  • 05:55, 19 April 2022IOMMU (hist | edit) ‎[276 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "An IOMMU allows various devices to work with virtual memory, and for security policy to be enforced upon device-originated (bus-mastered) DMA. A virtual machine can work via a similar (or the same) table, allowing it to map guest physical addresses to host physical addresses.")
  • 06:13, 17 April 2022Reflections on watercooling (hist | edit) ‎[18,973 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "I've been watercooling my primary personal machine since 2020. It started off simple—a waterblock on my Threadripper 3970X, an EKWB reservoir+pump combo, and a Hardware Labs GTR360 radiator. A total of about $480 (not including fans), less than my motherboard cost. It is no longer so simple: the same machine in its current incarnation boasts a monoblock, a GPU block, a custom GPU backplane, four radiators, two reservoi...")
  • 03:28, 10 April 2022Schwarzgerät III upgrade (hist | edit) ‎[12,636 bytes]Dank (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Soon after completing Schwarzgerät III, it became clear that I had made some errors. Most critically, the two cooling complexes on the bottom ought have been blowing into the machine rather than out, and the XFLOW240 radiator on the bottom of the PSU side ought have been inverted. In addition, the Phanteks T30 fan had just been released, and showed superior noise-performance characteristics...")