No. You need AT LEAST a very good 550w unit. 650w would be a lot better if you have ANY plans to overclock the graphics card OR the CPU. Could the 1070 ti RUN on a 450w unit? Probably, if it was an excellent PSU model. Would it be smart to do that? No, it would REALLY, REALLY not be. It would be loud, and you'd probably cut the life of your power supply right in half. http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm Click the spoiler box below for my model recommendations: Let's start with the biggest misconception out there, which is that if a unit has high watts it will be ok or is good. No. Just, no. There are plenty of 750-1000w units out there that I wouldn't trust to power a light bulb and might in fact be more dangerous due to their supposedly high capacity due to poor or non-existent protections inside the unit. If the platform isn't good to begin with, how many watts or amps it says it can support is irrelevant. Higher 80plus certification doesn't mean anything, UNLESS … [Read more...] about Is a 450 PSU enough for a 1070 ti and A Ryzen 2600 ?
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Fear not! Khephra C White has produced a few tips of the trade that will help you on your way. Kick back, relax, and get ready to face your new students with a smile. Or a smirk. It's all up to you. Willkommen, Bienvenue, welcome to the ABCs of teaching English! (Caution: there's sarcasm afoot!). A is for “Auxiliar” which you just might be. Every year thousands of wide-eyed newbies flock to Spain with dreams of sun, tapas, and sangria, only to watch helplessly as their hopes are dashed by language barriers, culture clashes, finding apartments, indifferent students, fear of leaving the city center, endless red tape, and banks that close at 2pm (dear God, why?). Oh, my sweet summer children. Not every day is a breeze when you're a language assistant, but there's always a silver lining. You get to live in another country, learn a language, and maybe find a new place to call home.B is for “Bilingual” and how you'll quickly wish that you were. When getting the … [Read more...] about The Ultimate A to Z Guide to Teaching English in Spain
Dave Sheinin, The Washington Post Published 8:31 am PDT, Thursday, September 27, 2018 Nationals star Anthony Rendon has found a reason to come out of his shell a bit. Nationals star Anthony Rendon has found a reason to come out of his shell a bit. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jonathan Newton The son of a local billiards legend, Rendon showed early promise as an athlete. The son of a local billiards legend, Rendon showed early promise as an athlete. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jonathan Newton "I really think it's me still being a kid inside," Rendon says of his connection with members of the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. "I really think it's me still being a kid inside," Rendon says of his connection with members of the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. Photo: Washington … [Read more...] about Anthony Rendon, the Nationals’ super-quiet superstar, finds a reason to use his voice
Get the Think newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Let me first state that I actually like Mark Zuckerberg and have since the day I met him more than a dozen years ago. But let me also say that he and Facebook, the huge social network that he started in college, have been working humanity’s last nerve for far too long now. Every week, it’s something, and that something is never good. This week, it was the revelation that the Russians — or, more precisely, a group of geek thugs who are acting the exact same way that a group of Russians acted when they messed with the 2016 United States elections on Facebook — are still skulking around the platform and making trouble for the midterms. This comes as no surprise to anyone at this point, except for maybe President Donald Trump. I suppose we should be grateful that this time it was Facebook’s management that revealed the news, in a departure from the company’s previous stance of stubbornly resisting pressure from the … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg wanted Facebook to change the world. And it has — but not for the better.
Goodness above - where does the time go? It only seems like yesterday that I started working at the Irish News, turns out it was actually 2002 - a shocking 16 years ago. How did that happen? Where has the time gone? This week, the arrival of my wedding anniversary really brought home to me just how fast time is going and how quickly my life is changing. On Tuesday, Darren and I celebrated our fourth wedding anniversary and while we were both delighted to mark the occasion, I found myself completely taken aback at just how quickly the past four years have gone. Really, it seems like yesterday that I was picking up my wedding dress with my mum and sister. The evening before the wedding was the most exciting time - might have been the champagne - and the next day was just magical. Everything I could have hoped for and more. I just can’t understand how that was four years ago. Of course, on our first wedding anniversary, Darren and I - who were already parents to four-month-old Abbie … [Read more...] about Marie Louise McConville: Half a doughnut and a Disney DVD