=TS=Hitman68

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About =TS=Hitman68

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  • Birthday 04/24/1968

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    Perth, Western Australia.
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    computer building, coding, graphic design and making new friends.
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    Liquid Cooled Gaming Rig.
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    i7 'Skylake' Processor-6700k 4GHz clocked to (4.5 GHz).
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    Gigabyte Z170 G1 gaming MB.
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    Gigabyte G1 Gaming Geforce GTX 970.
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  1. Teamspeak seems to down buddy

    1. =TS=Yeoman

      =TS=Yeoman

      our new teamspeak address.   ts3.team-stealth.com

  2. My thoughts on Wildlands in one word.......................... BROKEN! Do yourself a favor and save your money. Don't buy this game. Since last update of it, nothing works right namely the vehicles. Scoring don't work right either. As well as the weapons. All this game is, is the Division....... just with a different name. The game is just plain broken and a joke.
  3. Well, its confirmed. Pvp mode to start beta test from September 21st to the 25th. It will be 4 v 4 players.
  4. Well I hope the best for your sister Cross, and be sure to take care on your long trip. Get there safe.
  5. Announced at GTC 2017, the Tesla V100 is an enterprise-level processor powered by the Volta GV100 GPU: the first chip in the world built with a 12nm FFN process. A single Volta GV100 packs in 21 billion transistors, 5120 CUDA cores, 320 texture units and a 4096-bit HBM2 memory interface with a boost clock speed of 1455MHz. It's equipped with 640 Tensor Cores capable of providing 120 teraflops of tensor operations. Boasting 16GB HBM2 operating at 900 GB/s, the Volta architecture is purportedly four times faster than NVIDIA's top-of-the-range Pascal GPUs in peak teraflops. According to NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, thousands of NVIDIA engineers spent over three years crafting Volta for a total development cost of $3 billion. In addition to being NVIDIA's most powerful GPU it is also the biggest: the die size is 815mm2 which is roughly the same size as an Apple Watch. (By contrast, the Tesla P100 measures 600mm.) LifeHacker For full article, go to LifeHacker. View full article
  6. Announced at GTC 2017, the Tesla V100 is an enterprise-level processor powered by the Volta GV100 GPU: the first chip in the world built with a 12nm FFN process. A single Volta GV100 packs in 21 billion transistors, 5120 CUDA cores, 320 texture units and a 4096-bit HBM2 memory interface with a boost clock speed of 1455MHz. It's equipped with 640 Tensor Cores capable of providing 120 teraflops of tensor operations. Boasting 16GB HBM2 operating at 900 GB/s, the Volta architecture is purportedly four times faster than NVIDIA's top-of-the-range Pascal GPUs in peak teraflops. According to NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, thousands of NVIDIA engineers spent over three years crafting Volta for a total development cost of $3 billion. In addition to being NVIDIA's most powerful GPU it is also the biggest: the die size is 815mm2 which is roughly the same size as an Apple Watch. (By contrast, the Tesla P100 measures 600mm.) LifeHacker For full article, go to LifeHacker.
  7. From the album volta

  8. Very nice........................................ AND WHERE IS MINE?
  9. Yet another video I did while in space engine. Come take a journey of our solar system and all it's thirteen planets (including Dwarf planets). Tour the vastness of space, and see just how small we really are, compared to our solar system, our galaxy and our universe. Music by Stelladrone - "Eternity" "I don't belong here".
  10. This isn't actually a new game but I'm not sure if any one has actually heard of it. For those who like space and exploring, this is for you. It is a simulator/game where you get to explore the known Universe in all it's glory and wonder. You can hop from galaxy to galaxy seeking out new worlds and one's that have the potential for supporting life. You can even fly your own space craft, but this can be very tricky in it's self. The graphics are bloody good for a game that is totally free to download and play. It is a beta and they do suggest you have the latest video driver installed. It can be a bit heavy on your memory too. All in all a good space adventure to try out. Here is the link to download - http://spaceengine.org/download/spaceengine It's about a Gb in size. Here is a video I did of me in game play, so you can see how good the graphics are. Music is by - M83 - I'm sending you away. Enjoy.
  11. I would if I could......... but I can't. I don't even have a job. My wife supports me..........Sorry.
  12. Yeah, I don't think it's going to work to well at all, on my connection. The more people that join will ultimately kill it.
  13. Yes, I realize that........ Thanks.
  14. Well, that would make a least 4 of us now, so I will get started and let you all know. It will come down to how my internet will be able to handle it. Hopefully it can.
  15. It was posted about a week ago........ April 2017.