My gpu have dual bios switch, can I replace silent bios to mining while retain OC bios for gaming?

2022.01.26 05:13 Albion_21 My gpu have dual bios switch, can I replace silent bios to mining while retain OC bios for gaming?

I have rx 5700 xt red devil, I want to swtich to mining bios but also can gaming when I am free. My gpu have 2 bios switch which are OC and silent, when I install the mining bios on silent mode will it affect the other bios too?
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2022.01.26 05:13 Lu5ck Is it possible to set desktop to 60hz while windowed games to 144hz?

As topic,
I have been wanting to do that but I don't think is technically possible.
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2022.01.26 05:13 SJMcKay Who knew coffee and plastic made such a great habitat

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2022.01.26 05:13 secrets_kept_hidden One small step...

Today marks my first day taking a step into the GNU/Linux environment. After dealing with Windows and Mac my whole life, I am pleased to announce that my first ever impression is overall wonderful.
I downloaded Ubuntu (both the Windows Subsystem for Linux to learn Bash, and an installation image for when I'm ready to commit fully), and I'm super happy with how it looks and feels overall. I only got a minute to play around with the GUI but it just feels like 10 year old me booting up a game; all the wonder and joy came rushing back as I booted up the USB drive and saw the black boot text.
Everything I took a peak around the files and it reminded me a lot of what Apple does with their system. I guess if I had gone with Mint I'd be getting a more Microsoft approach but I am in no way disappointed with my choice. I can't wait to get to experiment and see what happens. Maybe I'll even dump the windows installation stick and download a copy of other distros to see what happens.
I am so glad I took the first step, and I can't wait to see what's next.
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2022.01.26 05:13 Flaky_Technician2086 How much can I yield maximum in a 5x5?

I kind of want to know how many pounds I could get with a 5x5 tent. Is it possible to actually yield 6 lbs in a 5x5
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2022.01.26 05:13 luckytigrr What GPU to buy? Help pls!

Hello! I'm planning to build a PC and I want to make sure I make the right choices. I know some stuff about PCs, I already bought a case already, it's NR200P Cooler Master because I'm planning to build an ITX one.
I have a dilemma though, I wanted to get a GPU where I can play games such as PUBG, Valorant, some Star Wars games but not really required to be played at Ultra settings, I am fine with mid settings. What GPU might be best for me? I was initially looking into GTX 1660 but I wanted to know if there's a cheaper alternative. Mainly, I will use the PC for work, I am a programmer and I can't help sometimes but to play games. So it's for programming/playing.
Hopefully, you can help me with my build, thank you!
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2022.01.26 05:13 dum_dums [Nintendo 64 / Playstation 1][late 90s] Adventure platformer on alien planets, similar to Ratchet and Clank

I'm fairly sure it was nintendo 64 but I have been looking through the complete list of games and I cannot find it. I'm saying it is similar to R&C because your character visits multiple planets and you run around searching for items and shoot at enemies.
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2022.01.26 05:13 welp007 Putin threatens to light the fuse on overvalued stock markets. Easy money and inflation have left sky-high valuations ripe for ignition. Most stock market crashes and bear markets require some kind of trigger to set them off. The standoff over Ukraine looks uncomfortably like it could be that moment

Putin threatens to light the fuse on overvalued stock markets. Easy money and inflation have left sky-high valuations ripe for ignition. Most stock market crashes and bear markets require some kind of trigger to set them off. The standoff over Ukraine looks uncomfortably like it could be that moment
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If, on the other hand, the US President’s diplomatic efforts succeed in persuading Russia to take what the Americans call an “offramp”, allowing Putin to step back having won something he can present as an unarguable win, then the current state of high anxiety in markets might quickly subside.
Except that there are a number of other nasties to contend with as well. Regular readers of these columns will recall my sense of bewilderment over why today’s dangerously destructive game of Russian roulette, undoubtedly the most serious since the end of the Cold War, has not already had a bigger impact on Western stock markets.
It’s true that they have been off the boil for some weeks now, but hitherto that’s had very little to do with Putin’s military buildup. Rather it’s mainly been about higher interest rates.
Last week I suggested three possible explanations for why markets were not taking the gathering geopolitical storm more seriously, which I now propose to expand on a bit.
One is the time-honoured view that since we cannot know the future, there is no point in trying to second guess how events might pan out. The possibility of geopolitical catastrophe is impervious to standard risk assessment, and therefore tends to be ignored until it actually happens.
Another is that, rightly or wrongly, investors have convinced themselves that things are not as bad as they seem, that when push comes to shove Putin will not invade. Unhappy endings are not yet inevitable.
Underpinning this view is the belief that Russia, and Putin in particular, have a great deal more to lose than gain from outright conflict with the West.
Furthermore, the Russian leader’s actions thus far over Ukraine do not conform with past experience of the way he behaves.
Military occupation of both Georgia and the Crimea happened without warning, and without any of the high level diplomatic engagement we see over Ukraine.
Vice-Admiral Kay-Achim Shonbach, head of the German navy, was essentially correct, markets suspect, when he said that all Putin really wants is Western respect.
I think we can all agree that the supplementary remark that cost Shonbach his job, that Putin “probably deserves” that respect, was going too far. It’s one thing to have a soft spot for the Russians, quite another to speak up for a gangster.
And then finally there is the theory that even if Putin does invade, the consequences are not going to be as serious as many analysts believe. This way of thinking depends on the idea that Putin is not Hitler, that once he’s got the West’s attention, he’ll know when to stop.
I’m not wholly convinced on any of these counts. Yet what is probably true is that if all else was perfect, markets would likely continue to take the Putin threat in their stride. They wouldn’t unduly react until the tanks were actually rolling across borders and the oil price was skyrocketing anew.
Sadly, that’s not where we are at.
Acute geopolitical instability has coincided with both a sharp reversal in sentiment towards an overinflated technology sector and, with rapidly rising inflationary pressures, a potentially quite severe tightening in monetary conditions, threatening – and I hesitate to use such a cliche, but there seems no better term for it – a perfect storm of negatives.
It seems odd on the face of it that after an initial but relatively brief correction, the bull market in stocks should have continued unabated right through the pandemic and its accompanying severe economic disruptions.
Equally odd is that the seeming end of this bull market should coincide with the end of the pandemic.
Logically, you would expect it to be the other way around – that the now well-established economic recovery would give renewed momentum to the bull market. But this ignores the distortions of the soaraway tech sector.
Tech is widely seen as the big commercial winner from the pandemic; from movie streaming to social media, Zoom calls, home delivery and even Peloton exercise bikes, it is as if the sector was deliberately engineered to profit from the social distancing measures that were introduced.
Now that things are beginning to return to normal, it no longer seems like such a two-way bet.
Tech has also been a prime beneficiary of the ultra-easy monetary conditions used to support demand through the pandemic.
This has both provided abundant funding for almost any technology-driven venture, however hare-brained, and put a further rocket under already stretched tech valuations. That happy disposition is now under threat from rising interest rates.
As indeed is the economy as a whole. Having been caught asleep at the wheel over the speed and extent of the inflationary pickup, the US Federal Reserve and its peers elsewhere are faced with the prospect of having to apply a full-on handbrake turn to get on top of the problem.
That might tip the whole economy into recession, a prospect alluded to by the International Monetary Fund in its latest, heavily downgraded forecasts for the world economy over the next two years.
In seeking to counter the economic effects of lockdown, it seems, central bankers let the inflationary genie out of the bottle, and are now struggling to get it back in again. In any case, the once hoped for soft landing looks ever less likely.
Countries that spent the most countering the pandemic – the US, Canada and the UK – seem particularly vulnerable to the inflationary pressures, having created a wall of money that like a dam burst now comes flooding into an economy whose supply side has been badly impaired by pandemic: “intertemporal redistribution of consumption”, as it is known in the jargon.
Business expansions, it used to be said, don’t die of old age; they are murdered by the actions of the US Federal Reserve. The same might be said of bull markets.
Even without Putin’s duplicity, then, stock markets were likely to be in some trouble. The Russian leader is just the potentially lighted match at the end of the fuse.
When asked what the stock market would do, JP Morgan reportedly replied; “it will fluctuate”. That’s one bet at least that we can all safely make.
By JEREMY WARNER
25 January 2022
SAUCE
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