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2010.03.17 22:47 redafa The NVIDIA Subreddit

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2016.06.28 18:45 recursive_blazer GE Tracker - OSRS Merchanting & Money Making Tool

GE Tracker - OSRS Merchanting & Money Making Tool. Features suggested items to flip, 10-minute graphs, decant potions, high alchemy, and more!

2023.06.02 21:35 civil-liberty Now for Oven/Microwave/Air-Fryer

I found this GE combination Microwave, Oven, Air-Fryer that would fit nicely in one of the cabinets with a minimal amount of modification. Things are coming together.
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2023.06.02 21:32 montagne__verte A College Student's Guide to Minimalism

Hi Minimalists,
After the summer I'll be headed into my junior year of an American University. I've been a minimalist since my freshman or sophomore year of high school so I've been at this for a while. In my years of college so far I've lived in a dorm, an apartment, and at home on a gap semester so I can confidently give others advice. Whether you're starting out in minimalism or wanting to deepen your practice, this is for you. College is a great time to start minimalism because if you're like me, you're moving around a lot.
My University is a 3 hour drive from my house so luckily I was able to use a car to move in and out but I didn't have a car to use which turned out to help my minimalism as it resulted in smaller shopping trips. If I were flying in, it would be a different story and I would have to pack less but I had some room.
  1. Seasonal clothing: My college town has all four seasons so layering was my friend. Summers and spring I wore pants and shorts with a tank top. I have one pair of denim shorts and pants because really, who needs more? They last many wears and a basic blue or black denim can go with anything. In the fall and winter, I layered the exact same outfits with a jacket. I have a few different jackets which I'm trying to pair down. I have a huge snow jacket which I hate having because it takes up so much space. I was about to get rid of it but we had the craziest winter this past January and February so I'm glad I kept it. Sometimes you don't want to keep things but it will serve its purpose. If it doesn't, get rid of it. When I get clothes, I like to get new clothes, I like for them to have multiple purposes but snow jackets are very specific, however, it's better to be comfortable. Especially if you're walking everywhere which I was doing.
  2. Underwear: While I was at my apartment this past spring semester, I realized I never used all my underwear and socks in a week (I do laundry once a week). Since I've moved home for the summer, I put some of each away in a box and used what I had. If I needed more I'd grab some but I think I've figured out the perfect number which is different for everyone. I can't really comment on bras even tho I am a girl but I don't really wear them or if I do, it's a yoga bra and I'll wear it as my shirt.
  3. Shoes: If you live somewhere snowy and have a pair of hiking shoes that are water-resistant, they work in snow. I was told they wouldn't work so I bought a pair of Timberlands and barely wore them and wasted $150 on them. Recently, I bought a pair of Chacos chelsea boots. I got the black color so I could wear them to work and they'd look more professional. However, black absorbs heat so my feet always get warm. Once these have run their time I'll get a brown color. I have one pair of tennis shoes that I only wear over summer when I work at summer camps. I'm not a fan of tennis shoes but if you go to the gym or run then have one pair and only get another once they are worn out. I have two pairs of hiking sandals which I can also wear with socks in the chillier weather but I'd like to pair them down to one.
  4. "Maybes": You know these clothes, the ones you just cannot seem to donate but don't know why you're keeping onto them (or you do). What I've found is I'll get a bag and put my maybes in those and put them out of sight for a few weeks. If I don't miss them, I have my answer.
  5. "Maybes" pt. 2: If you move home during the summers and/or winters, I highly suggest keeping some maybes at home. When you come back, you'll most likely be able to donate it all.
  6. Hangers: Only bring with you how many hangers you currently need plus maybe one or two more if you want to be nice to yourself. Once you run out, you cannot buy any more clothes.
  7. 1 in 2 out: This has been my philosophy with clothes for quite some time now because clothes are the biggest struggle of mine when it comes to minimalism. Now, whenever I buy an item of clothing, it has to be able to replace at least two items I already have or be something I need but don't have yet (like work clothes).
  1. Linen: You only need one pair of sheets, I promise.
  2. Desk: I work my best when my desk if clean so all I keep on there is a mason jar with a few pens, my laptop, and a fake plant (I don't like to move around a bunch with real plants and not every place I'm in has a window with a lot of sunlight). I take all my notes digitally so I don't have to worry about physical clutter. I do that with books/textbooks as well. Unless I need to get a physical copy, I always purchase it as an online book.
  1. Towels: One towel is all you need, I promise.
  2. Toiletries: Scaling down your bathroom routine is a must. I haven't worn makeup since I've become a minimalist and it works for me and I enjoy it but if makeup is a must for you, really think about each step and if you can cut out any. Also, don't keep so many refills on hand, just go buy another when you need it, it really helps with clutter. A few things I have refills on hand. Like my deodorant comes in packs of two and my razor comes with multiple head replacements.
  3. Shower: I've decided I'm going to get rid of my bath mat next semester. Why do I need one if I can just dry off in the tub/shower? Really think about what you actually need.
  4. Toothbrush: This is something I've just decided to do. I have an electric toothbrush that I've used for years but I'm going to move back to a good old fashioned manual one. The replaceable toothbrush heads are like $15 a piece! Plus, it's bulkier and I always have to keep a normal one on hand when I take a trip.
My roommate and I split the cupboards and drawers but I didn't use half of mine!
  1. Pots & pans: Get a good cast iron pan and pot and you'll never need anything else (just be sure you season them right). Maybe get another saucepan if your recipes are more complex but scale down on the complex recipes! (See my next point)
  2. Recipes: I love to cook but sometimes the recipe has 10 spices, 8 different veggies, and 10 different topping choices. I'm vegan so that makes some things easier but not much. You can edit recipes. It may take some trial and error but spice it to your liking. You're not going to taste a 1/4 tsp of cumin, I promise. Also, I don't like bell peppers so if a recipe has that, I get rid of it. Finding simpler recipes has really helped my kitchen stay minimal.
  3. Food: This is something I'm still trying to work on. I didn't cook much in my dorm but this past semester I didn't have a meal plan and I had a kitchen. I was spending anywhere from $200-400 a month on groceries and unfortunately I left a lot of food to go to waste. MAKE A MEAL PLAN. I love notion and made a recipe book with my favorite recipes. This has helped immensely with food waste. Also, don't get that one super specific thing for one recipe that you're only going to make once. Either skip the recipe or find a substitute. I'll use this example which doesn't apply to me but it's a good example. I love tahini and use it in a lot of things. I can go through a jar of it in 2 months. Others however may never use it but one recipe calls for it. Use another nut butter instead or skip the recipe. Or find more to use it in instead of letting it sit in your fridge and just throwing it out when you move.
  4. Plates, utensils, etc.: Do you really need more than 2 plates/bowls/cups? If you have guests, get compostable reusable plates or BYOP. I had 3 of everything but rarely used the 3rd so when I go back, I'm only taking 2 of everything. I wash my dishes as soon as I'm done (or as I go) so it hasn't been a problem for me. Same goes with knives. Do you really need a whole knife block? Just get 1 or 2 quality knives and you'll never need another again.
  5. Appliances: Be careful when it comes to appliances because they take up a lot of space when moving. If you drink coffee a lot, get coffee appliances. For me, I love tea so I have a kettle to boil water. I recently got a high speed blender to use as a blender and a food processor and I've loved it. I also recently got an air fryer as a gift. I haven't used it yet but I'm also scared to start haha. I just need to do it once and then I'll be familiar with it. However, if I can use that to replace having to heat up the oven each time, I'll take it. Don't get a toaster oven. You can heat up your bread on a pan on the stove just perfectly and it saves space.
  6. Random shit: We all love those fancy shaped bottles and the cool fridge organizers. I had a fancy bottle last semester. Didn't use it once so it is not coming back with me next semester. Those clear plastic fridge organizers are expensiveeee. Do you really need them? Minimalism isn't about having the best organization, it's about being mindful with your stuff. Maybe you find value in those organizers, go for it! But for me personally, they wouldn't add any value to me as I can already organize my fridge pretty well. However, I just bought one of those rotating organizers because the corner of one of my cabinets was getting crowded with spices and oils.
  1. Find a good multi-purpose cleaner and it will be a lifesaver!
  2. Dryer balls are your best friend.
  3. Target's brand Ever Spring has a concentrated laundry detergent and the bottle takes up almost no room and one squirt gets the job done. It's been a lifesaver.
  4. Just get a broom. A vacuum takes up a lot of space and is heavy.
Living Room
  1. Ngl, I never touched my living room once. I spent no time there. My roommate had some things but if you're not going to hang out there much, don't keep anything in there.
Hope I covered most things and it wasn't too confusing. If you have any other questions, I'd love to answer. If you want links to anything I mentioned please let me know!
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2023.06.02 17:59 SwannSwanchez Dev Server Datamine -> Part 3 -> Part 3

Naval changes :
Ground changes :
Aircraft weapon changes :
Bomb changes :
Air missile changes :
Current Dev version :
Current Dev-Stable version :
Current Live version :
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2023.06.02 15:50 International_Ad2867 My maladaptive Shadow dreamers, take this body pillow print as tribute.

My maladaptive Shadow dreamers, take this body pillow print as tribute. submitted by International_Ad2867 to shadowthehedgehog [link] [comments]

2023.06.02 14:27 Valuable-Count-2016 NVIDIA's Jensen Huang: Rise of AI! 9 Major Innovations Summarized COMPUTEX Speech

NVIDIA's Jensen Huang: Rise of AI! 9 Major Innovations Summarized COMPUTEX Speech
Entering a New Era of Computing
There always comes a time when a misplaced semicolon sends you spiraling into the dilemma of "failed compilation." However, in Jensen Huang's vision, such occurrences will be a thing of the past. During his keynote speech at the Taiwan Computex forum, he stated that all these will be handled by Generative AI, ushering in a new era of computing where "everyone is a computer engineer." He cautioned that traditional tech industries might not keep pace with the advances in AI.
Huang said: "We've reached the tipping point of the new era of computation. AI technology has significantly lowered the entry barrier for people to get into computer programming. Now, AI allows individuals to create programs simply by entering commands. The integration of accelerated computation and generative AI represents a fundamental reinvention, reducing the manual labor required to create software and poised to revolutionize the world of programming."
  1. GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Gaming GPU
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4060 Ti gaming GPU is now in full-scale production, being mass-produced with partners in Taiwan. The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPU will bring unprecedented experiences to gamers. This serves as a reminder that the power of technology lies not only in its functionality but also in how it enriches our lives. Gaming is not just a form of entertainment but also an art form. With a powerful GPU, we can experience more realistic graphics and smoother gaming experiences, as if entering another world.
  1. Nvidia Avatar Cloud Engine
Jensen Huang announced the Nvidia Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE) for Games, which provides pre-trained AI models to game developers, enabling NPC characters to become more personality-driven through AI language interaction. This innovation, in my eyes, is not only a technical breakthrough but also a new milestone in social interaction. Through this, we can see how AI is further infiltrating our daily lives and might even change the way we interact with the world.
  1. Grace Hopper & DGX GH200
Nvidia's GH200 Grace Hopper is now in full-scale production. This superchip elevates 4 PetaFLOPS TE, connects 72 Arm CPUs via chip-to-chip links, and encompasses 96GB HBM3 and 576 GPU memory. Huang described it as the world's first accelerated computation processor, possessing massive memory. This is a computer, not just a chip, designed for highly reliable data center applications.
If the memory of Grace Hopper isn't enough, Nvidia has a solution — the DGX GH200. It begins by connecting eight Grace Hoppers with three NVLLINK switches, then linking these Pods at a speed of 900GB. Finally, 32 units are connected together, with another layer of switches added, totaling 256 Grace Hopper chips. The resulting ExaFLOPS converter engine, with its 144TB of GPU memory, operates as a colossal GPU.
Google Cloud, Meta, and Microsoft will be among the first companies to acquire the DGX GH200 for functionality research.
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2023.06.02 10:36 ohaaa Struggling to "switch" to Wayland as a beginner

Hello everyone,
I'm trying to switch my Arch Linux (GNOME) to Wayland on an existing installation using x11. However following the ArchWiki didn't solve my problem as echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE still returns x11.
My steps so far:
I started here (, learning that my GPU (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070) running proprietary drivers (nvidia 530.41.03-15) is supported, but in order to use Wayland in GDM, I need to enable the Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) manually (found here by adding the kernel parameter nvidia_drm.modeset=1.
I tried that by adding a new .conf to /etc/modprobe.d/enable-DRM-for-wayland.conf including just options nvidia_drm.modeset=1 as suggests so (?) and I already have another .conf file for my keyboard that works fine.
I ran sudo mkinitcpio -P and added the pacman hook to make sure things will be updated automatically in the future by creating /etc/pacman.d/hooks/nvidia.hook and adding the following as suggested here (
[Trigger] Operation=Install Operation=Upgrade Operation=Remove Type=Package Target=nvidia Target=linux # Change the linux part above and in the Exec line if a different kernel is used [Action] Description=Update NVIDIA module in initcpio Depends=mkinitcpio When=PostTransaction NeedsTargets Exec=/bin/sh -c 'while read -r trg; do case $trg in linux) exit 0; esac; done; /usbin/mkinitcpio -P' 
Unfortunately, after rebooting I can only decide between GNOME and GNOME Classic at log in and echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE still returns x11.
I hope I have provided enough info about my problem so that someone can point out where I took a wrong turn...
Any suggestions for a Linux beginner will be greatly appreciated.
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2023.06.02 09:47 Andy_Weinerhole Miniatures in progress

Miniatures in progress
So I've been making some Silent Hill figurines. I originally started out with my husband man playset (James). But recently I had the idea of making more so I could create a Silent Hill/a town called panic crossover.
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2023.06.02 06:45 ac2334 Epic “Does It Run” Thread

My goal - to get every game from my expansive library to run. Going to post my findings to this thread as I make discoveries.
About me - a savvy tinkerer who has many years of computing and modding experience.
I will be updating this thread frequently and invite others to add what has worked for them as well as new games I haven’t gotten to yet.
Dissatisfied with protondb (although a very useful site), I decided to start a post since I am testing hundreds of games and having many successes. The fixes/guidelines will be shorthand but just ask here and I will reply with additional details.
Note: everything here is done manually and does not rely on Heroic, Lutris, etc. Unless otherwise noted, all games perform perfectly fine and run impressively.
One last note as to what to expect from this thread - all games discussed are games that I purchased myself - I aspire to have my entire gaming collection running on the deck, to include many exotic games that need to be ripped from cds such as Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow and Quantum of Solace, Bloodstone and 007 Legends (James Bond games), lesser-known games like Pariah, clever fixes borrowing from the hard work of others (who will be properly credited) for games like The Chronicles of Riddick…absolutely no emulation will be discussed here.
Working with no need for special proton compatibility layers or tweaks:
(just a few points of mention to those who have trouble with the list below…. 1: I don’t skimp on microSD card quality, I would highly recommend reading reviews and making sure the card you buy is authentic and rated fast enough for the deck. 2. ext4 is advised, certain games will not run at all on ntfs (though some do) 3. I use my deck around the home and this means I am often connected to power when I play, keep that in mind 4. get familiar with the compdata and shadercache folders and use to get the correct steam game ids - often deleting old prefixes by deleting the entire folder for a particular game can resolve issues…you can also use the dev mode feature to delete all proton files from within the settings for a particular steam game)
Working OOTB: standard testing is launching game and playing it for about 5 minutes as I have a lot of games to test :)
Racing: - Forza 4 - Forza 5
3rd PS: Vanquish
Space Horror: System Shock 2023 Alien Isolation Aliens Fireteam Elite
Horror: Resident Evil 0 - force GE 7-49
Resident Evil Remastered - edited config to add fullscreen in desktop mode, but regardless, it works with cutscenes and all
Fighting: - Mortal Kombat 10 & 11 - Street Fighter 30th Anniversary - Killer Instinct - Dead or Alive 5 Core Fighters - force GE 8-3, command line: PROTON_NO_ESYNC=1 PROTON_NO_FSYNC=1 %command%
Cyberpunk: - Cyberpunk 2077 - Deus Ex Mankind Divided
Sports: - Madden 23
Military: - COD Ghosts - COD WWII - COD MW 2017 - (long load times but works)
Dungeon CrawleRPG: being tested..
List of all Epic games working under GE Proton 8-3:
List of all games working under GE Proton 8-3:
Diablo 2, 3 & 4
List of all Ubisoft games…in process
List of all Origin games….in process
List of all GOG games….in process
Tarkov yep, being tested
Star Citizen yep, being tested
Dual boot Windows 10 games (Modern Warfare 2, Cold War, etc.) yep, being tested
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2023.06.02 03:23 Jman_139 Dell 2023 G16 4060 i7-13650HX vs Alienware M17 R5 3060 AMD Ryzen™ 7 6800H

Dell 2023 G16 4060 i7-13650HX vs Alienware M17 R5 3060 AMD Ryzen™ 7 6800H
Noble redditors I need your help! (Made an account just for this)
A bit of background, I live in Australia and EOFY sales has just started. I've been looking at different gaming laptops and have narrowed my sight on Dell and Alienware as I've heard good thinks about their build quality and their good hinges over other laptops.
I am a casual gamer so pushing every little frame out isn't priority to me. I would be content with nice visuals constant 60+ fps in most new AAA games.

I would prefer as large a screen as possible (Alienware M18 would be a dream but they didn't put it on sale and a little rich for me) Build quality is also another high priority for me would like to keep for a long time.
So it has come down to two laptops with chosen configuration on Dells website which I will link images (I've cut out keyboard/colour config in images to save space cause not important)
My main question is which one of these options would be best value for money. I know the G16 has more plastics than the Alienware laptops which are full metal, does that make a large impact in longevity. Is the cooling also worse in G16, M17 has an inherent advantage just being a little bigger (so I would assume.) Also I've heard AMD run cooler than the Gen13 intel CPUs too.
Although the G16 does have better internals and screen so might seem a bit of an obvious choice but it is still torturing me.
I've done lots of different research but just can't find a comprehensive answer.
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2023.06.02 02:02 ArizCaldo GE Microwave/Oven Combo (PT970SR3SS) microwave burned out?

Hi all,
I've been trying troubleshooting my GE Microwave (PT970SR3SS) for the past week and would appreciate some support before we decide to replace the whole setup.
Initial problems: - 2 years ago, the microwave burnt a bag of popcorn while running the popcorn function (never using that again). No problems with subsequent uses. - Last month, the microwave either was either set for too long or ran past the set time and burned a bowl of butter. Microwave had already died before realizing what happened.
Troubleshooting: - Breaker was not tripped - Replaced fuse (did not resolve) - Replaced control board (did not resolve) - Verified continuity on most switches, fuses, and other large parts 
The closest I've gotten to powering the microwave were a couple instances where the power randomly came on. I was able to reset the time and run it before it dimmed and died within 3 seconds of starting.
The only part I can see damage on is the magnetron. It has burn marks on areas where there are NO screw contacts and the 2 magnets are slightly fractured. Before I go out and buy one, does the magnetron sound like the culprit?
And too my understanding, the cooling fan thermostat (WB24X10034) is open at room temp, right?
Big thank you in advance to anyone that can lend a few pointers!
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2023.06.02 00:35 MoonToot Failed GPU Driver with no Integrated Graphics

Specs: 12600KF and GTX 1070 Recently installed the latest drivers via GeForce and experienced flickering. Manually downloaded drivers (18APR version) and performed a "clean installation" via the custom option. Now displays will wake on restart but no signal is detected. I know getting to safe mode is the next step in remedying the problem but I don't know if that's even possible without integrated graphics. Any help and advice is appreciated!
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2023.06.02 00:33 MoonToot Failed GPU Driver with no Integrated Graphics

Specs: 12600KF and GTX 1070
Recently installed the latest drivers via GeForce and experienced flickering. Manually downloaded drivers (18APR version) and performed a "clean installation" via the custom option. Now displays will wake on restart but no signal is detected. I know getting to safe mode is the next step in remedying the problem but I don't know if that's even possible without integrated graphics. Any help and advice is appreciated!
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2023.06.02 00:24 ashleyharrisca Simplify Your Life with Smart Home Automation: 10 Must-Try Tips and Tricks

Simplify Your Life with Smart Home Automation: 10 Must-Try Tips and Tricks
smart home automation
Home automation is revolutionizing the way we interact with our homes. Thanks to the rapid advancement of technology, we can now control various aspects of our homes with ease, including lighting, security, entertainment, and energy management. By integrating the Internet and electronic devices, smart home automation offers unparalleled convenience, efficiency, and enhanced security.
This blog post will introduce you to the fascinating world of automation. I will answer common questions and provide valuable insights into its many benefits. You will discover how intelligent automation devices can simplify your life, increase convenience, and even help you save money on your household bills. I will also share a collection of cutting-edge automation solutions that you can easily implement in your own home. So, if you are interested in learning more about Residence automation, keep reading!
What is home automation?
Smart Home automation is the use of technology to control and automate household tasks and systems. It can include everything from controlling your lights and appliances to managing your security and heating systems. These systems can be as simple as a single smart light bulb or as complex as a fully integrated system that controls every aspect of your home.
The Benefits of Simplifying Your Life with Smart Home Technology
Smart home technology offers a multitude of benefits that can greatly simplify and enhance your daily life. Here are some key advantages to consider:
  1. Streamlined control at your fingertips.
  2. Energy savings made easy.
  3. Security and peace of mind.
  4. Safety alerts when you need them.
  5. Stay connected, no matter where you are.
  6. Personalized comfort is just a tap away.
  7. More time for what truly matters.
  8. Seamless integration with your smart devices.
  9. Tailored automation for your lifestyle.
  10. Enhance your property's value with automation.
Essential Smart Home Devices and Systems
Here are some essential smart home devices and systems to consider when setting up your smart home:
  • Smart hub: A smart hub is a central control unit for your smart home devices. It connects and integrates various devices, allowing you to manage them through a single interface or voice command.
  • Voice assistant: A voice assistant, such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, enables hands-free control of your smart home devices. Simply speak commands to control lights, thermostats, entertainment systems, and more.
  • Smart lighting: Replace traditional bulbs with smart bulbs or switches. These can be controlled remotely, scheduled, and even dimmed or customized for different lighting scenes, providing convenience and energy efficiency.
  • Smart thermostat: A smart thermostat offers precise control over your home's temperature and energy usage. Adjust settings remotely, create schedules, and take advantage of features like geofencing to optimize comfort and save on heating and cooling costs.
  • Smart security system: Invest in a smart security system that includes features like cameras, motion sensors, doowindow sensors, and smart locks. These systems allow you to monitor and secure your home from anywhere, receive alerts, and grant access remotely.
  • Smart entertainment: Enhance your home entertainment experience with smart devices. Consider smart TVs, streaming devices, and sound systems that can be controlled wirelessly or integrated with voice assistants for seamless operation.
When choosing smart home devices and systems, it's important to consider your specific needs and priorities. For example, if you're looking for a way to save energy, you might want to prioritize smart thermostats and smart lighting. If you're looking for a way to improve your home security, you might want to prioritize smart security systems.
It's also important to choose devices and systems that are compatible with each other and with your preferred voice assistant. This will ensure you can easily control all your smart home devices from a single interface.
With a little planning, you can create a smart home that's both convenient and secure.
10 Tips for Creating a Smart and Efficient Home
Creating a smart and efficient home not only enhances your lifestyle but also helps you save energy and increase convenience. Here are 10 tips to transform your home into a technologically advanced and environmentally friendly haven:
Tip 1: Automate Your Lighting for Energy Efficiency and Convenience
Enhance energy efficiency and convenience in your smart home by automating your lighting. With smart bulbs or switches, you can effortlessly schedule lights to turn on/off, adjust brightness, and create customized lighting scenes for any occasion. Motion sensors can also detect empty rooms and automatically switch off lights, minimizing energy waste. Take control of your lighting with voice commands or smartphone apps, eliminating the need for manual adjustments. Embrace automated lighting to save energy, simplify daily routines, and set the ideal ambiance in your home.
Tip 2: Streamline Your Entertainment System with Smart Controls
Transform your entertainment experience by streamlining your entertainment system with smart controls. With smart devices such as smart TVs, streaming devices, and sound systems, you can simplify the way you access and enjoy your favorite shows, movies, and music. Control your entire entertainment setup using a single remote or voice commands through your smart assistant. Seamlessly switch between streaming platforms, adjust volume, and even dim the lights for the perfect movie night ambiance. By integrating your entertainment system with smart controls, you'll eliminate the hassle of multiple remotes and enjoy a more convenient and immersive entertainment experience.
Tip 3: Enhance Home Security with Smart Cameras and Alarms
Boost the security of your home with the help of smart cameras and alarms. Smart security systems provide a range of features to protect your property and give you peace of mind. Install smart cameras both indoors and outdoors to monitor your home remotely, receive real-time alerts, and access recorded footage from your smartphone. Combine them with motion sensors and doowindow sensors for comprehensive coverage. Integrated alarms can sound off and send notifications in cases of suspicious activity or breaches. With smart security solutions, you'll have advanced tools at your fingertips to deter intruders, keep a watchful eye on your property, and ensure the safety of your loved ones.
Tip 4: Simplify Your Daily Routine with Voice-Activated Assistants
Make your daily routine more seamless and efficient by integrating voice-activated assistants into your smart home. With popular voice assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, you can control various aspects of your home using simple voice commands. From setting timers and reminders to checking the weather or news, these assistants are designed to streamline your day-to-day tasks. Adjust your smart thermostats, turn on/off lights, play music, or even order groceries without lifting a finger. Voice-activated assistants bring convenience and hands-free control to your smart home, allowing you to focus on what matters most while effortlessly managing your home environment.
Tip 5: Optimize Energy Usage with Smart Thermostats and Climate Control
Maximize energy efficiency and comfort in your home by leveraging smart thermostats and climate control systems. These intelligent devices enable precise temperature management, which reduces energy waste and lowers utility bills. With the ability to create schedules, adjust settings remotely, and even learn your preferences over time, smart thermostats optimize heating and cooling based on occupancy and external factors. Some models integrate with weather forecasts and occupancy sensors to fine-tune climate control automatically. Additionally, energy usage monitoring features provide insights into consumption patterns, empowering you to make informed decisions for energy conservation. By optimizing your home's climate control with smart technology, you can achieve a more sustainable and cost-effective living environment.
Tip 6: Manage Your Home's Appliances and Devices Remotely
Take control of your home's appliances and devices from anywhere with the convenience of remote management. With smart home technology, you can remotely monitor and control various appliances, such as refrigerators, washing machines, ovens, and more. Check the status of your appliances, adjust settings, and receive notifications or alerts right on your smartphone. Forgot to turn off the oven before leaving? No problem. Simply access your smart home app and switch it off remotely. Remote management not only offers peace of mind but also allows you to optimize energy usage, troubleshoot issues, and ensure that your home is running smoothly even when you're away.
Tip 7: Create Personalized Scenes and Routines for Different Activities
Enhance the ambiance and functionality of your smart home by creating personalized scenes and routines for different activities. Whether it's a cozy movie night, a productive work session, or a relaxing evening, smart home technology allows you to set up pre-defined scenes that adjust multiple devices with a single command. Dim the lights, lower the blinds, and play soothing music for a relaxing atmosphere, or brighten the lights, set the temperature, and activate your home office devices for a productive work environment. With routines, you can automate a series of actions to occur at specific times or trigger them with voice commands. By tailoring your smart home to suit different activities, you can effortlessly create the perfect ambiance and streamline your daily routines.
Tip 8: Monitor and Control Your Home's Energy Consumption
Take charge of your energy usage and promote sustainability by monitoring and controlling your home's energy consumption. Smart home technology offers energy monitoring capabilities that provide real-time insights into how much energy your appliances and devices are using. By identifying energy-hungry devices, you can make informed decisions about their usage and find opportunities for optimization.
Additionally, smart plugs and power strips enable you to remotely control and schedule the power supply to specific devices, ensuring they are not left on standby unnecessarily. With the ability to monitor and control energy consumption, you can actively reduce waste, save money on utility bills, and contribute to a greener future.
Tip 9: Enhance Your Home's Safety with Smart Locks and Doorbells
Elevate the security of your home with the help of smart locks and doorbells. Smart locks offer convenient keyless entry, allowing you to lock and unlock your doors remotely using a smartphone app or through voice commands. You can also grant temporary or permanent access to family members, friends, or service providers without the need for physical keys.
Paired with smart doorbells, which include features like video cameras and motion sensors, you can see and speak to visitors at your doorstep from anywhere using your smartphone. Receive instant notifications and record video footage to enhance your home's safety and deter potential intruders.
Tip 10: Simplify Your Shopping Experience with Smart Home Integrations
Enhance your shopping experience and add convenience to it through the integration of smart home technology. Numerous smart home systems seamlessly connect with popular online shopping platforms, revolutionizing the way you manage your shopping lists, place orders, and even automate recurring purchases.
With the help of voice-activated assistants, you can effortlessly add items to your shopping list as you run out of them or think of new ones. The list becomes easily accessible on your smartphone whenever you're ready to make a purchase. Some smart refrigerators are equipped with built-in cameras that capture images of your groceries, allowing you to remotely view your supplies while shopping.
When integrated with smart speakers and displays, you can effortlessly browse products, compare prices, and make purchases using only your voice or a few taps. You can even set up automated delivery schedules for essential items, ensuring you never find yourself running out of household supplies.
As we wrap up our exploration of the advantages and recommendations for simplifying your life through smart home automations, it becomes evident that this technology opens a world of possibilities for convenience, security, energy efficiency, and overall home enhancement. By integrating intelligent devices and systems into your living space, you have the power to revolutionize your daily routines and elevate your lifestyle.
If you're prepared to embark on the next phase and transform your home into a smart and visually stunning haven, consider teaming up with La Scala. With our extensive expertise in smart home integration and design, we can assist you in crafting a seamless and aesthetically pleasing smart home environment. Get in touch with us at 604-606-1888 to discuss your specific requirements and explore the vast array of possibilities. We also extend an invitation to join us for a coffee talk at our La Scala experience center, where you can personally witness how smart home technology can enhance your living space.
Embrace the future of smart homes and unlock the complete potential of convenience, security, and comfort. Let La Scala be your trusted partner in making your home truly extraordinary.
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2023.06.01 23:48 stealthopera Cinnamon Swirl Blueberry French Toast Casserole

By request from a few people in traderjoes. Can be made entirely with stuff you can buy at Trader Joe's, but I definitely recommend their brioche, almond butter, and dried blueberries, because they are top quality and way less expensive than you'd find them elsewhere. It keeps for at least a week, covered, in the fridge, but I've never had it last that long in my house.
  1. Preheat oven to 300°.
  2. Spread the brioche cubes on a sheet pan in a single layer, and toast in the oven for 10-15 minutes, stirring half way through, until golden and toasted but not crouton-hard. Remove from oven and allow to cool.
  3. Add 1” of water to instant pot, and set metal steam rack into the bottom. The top of the steam rack should be above the level of the water.
  4. Liberally butter the inside of a heat safe, ceramic casserole dish.
  5. Make the almond butter cinnamon swirl. Whisk together almond butter, cinnamon, coconut oil, and half of the maple syrup (2 tablespoons).
  6. In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, vanilla extract, and the remaining 2 tablespoons of maple syrup.
  7. Liberally butter the inside of a heat safe, preferably ceramic casserole dish.
  8. Place half of the bread cubes into the casserole dish.
  9. Top with the almond butter cinnamon swirl. I find this is easiest to do with my hands and kind of sculpt it like PlayDoh, rather than trying to spread it with a spatula and crushing the brioche into crumbs.
  10. Scatter the dried blueberries over the almond butter mixture.
  11. Top with the remaining brioche cubes.
  12. Slowly pour the egg, milk, vanilla, and maple syrup mixture over everything.
  13. Using a sling (see note), lower the casserole dish into the Instant Pot and onto the steam rack. Leave sling in place, tucking the handles between the casserole dish and pot if necessary.
  14. Cover and cook on high pressure for 25 minutes, and manually release when finished. The casserole dish will be hot! Lift it out the pot using the sling.
  15. Cover the top with the chilled, sliced butter, and sprinkle the brown sugar over the butter.
  16. Broil on low for 5-7 minute until the top is brown and crispy, but keep an eye on it! The top can go from caramelized perfection to charcoal in less than a minute.
  17. Remove from oven and let cool for 30 minutes before slicing and serving. Reheats beautifully in 30-60 seconds in the microwave for weekday breakfasts. No additional syrup needed, but go for it if you want!
If you don’t own a reusable sling for your Instant Pot, you can make one from aluminum foil. Find directions here:
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2023.06.01 19:27 BananaDreams [USA-WA] [H] Zelda TOTK CE, Gamecube manual, Switch/GBA/DS/3ds/Vita/Wii/Gamecube/PS5 games[W] Paypal F&F

I am only accepting PayPal F&F.
Shipping is not included. Open to bundle offers.

$175 Shantae: half genie hero, pirate curse, risky revenge director's cut, slipcover Selling as a bundle, all sealed PS5
$40 Cthulhu Save Christmas Sealed PS5
$55 River city girls Sealed PS5
$95 Castlevania Requiem [Classic Edition] Sealed PS4
$75 Uncharted golden abyss Sealed, small tear at the back PS Vita
$60 Mvp baseball 2005 Sealed Gamecube
$15 Dragon Ball Z Budokai player choice Game, case, manual Gamecube
$225 Pikmin Sealed Gamecube
$25 4 gameboy coloadvance lot (all loose) include pac-man collection GBA, spongebob square pants, lizzie mcguire 3 gba, tetris All loose, selling as a bundle only Gameboy Advance
$75 Fire Emblem Sacred Stones Loose Gameboy advance
$90 Golden sun + Golden sun the lost age Both loose Gameboy advance
$8 Lord Of The Rings Two Towers Loose Gameboy advance
$23 Mario kart super circuit Loose Gameboy advance
$5 Snood Loose Gameboy advance
$950 Mario and luigi superstar saga (sealed) Sealed Gameboy advance
$1200 Sealed gameboy color teal Sealed, great condition Gameboy Color
$30 Nano Assault Loose 3ds
$45 Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates To Infinity CIB 3ds
$40 Star Fox 64 3D CIB 3ds
$12 Super smash bros CIB 3ds
$5 Mario Vs donkey kong mini land Manual only DS
$18 Mario party DS CIB DS
$185 Mega Man Star Force 3 Red Joker CIB, great condition DS
$5 ATV Quad Frenzy Loose DS
$25 Dig Dug Digging Strike CIB, sticker residue on the front DS
$10 Super monkey ball touch & roll Game, case, manual DS
$30 3 wii games bundle include Truck racer, Miniclip Sushi Go-Round, Brave A Warrior's Tale All games are sealed. Sealed game top right seal is broken. Selling as a bundle Wii

$50 2064: Read Only Memories Sealed Switch
$50 Arc Of Alchemist Sealed Switch
$45 Astalon: Tears Of The Earth Sealed Switch
$65 Axiom Verge 1 & 2 Sealed Switch
$30 Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe CIB, LRG variant Switch
$30 Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe CIB, Bestbuy variant Switch
$45 Black Bird Sealed Switch
$50 BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites Sealed Switch
$105 Bloodrayne 1 & 2: Revamped [Dual Pack] Sealed Switch
$100 Bloodstained curse of the moon CIB, best buy variant Switch
$60 Bloodstained curse of the moon 2 PAX west variant, sealed, small cut on the plastic cover Switch
$65 Code of princess EX Launch edition with soundtrack Switch
$40 DARQ complete edition Sealed Switch
$95 Deponia Collection Sealed Switch
$60 Doom the classic collection Sealed Switch
$60 Dusk Sealed Switch
$55 Fairy Tail Game, case, insert Switch
$120 shipped Fire emblem engage divine edition Top seal broken, box is in decent condition Switch
$33 Giga Wrecker ALT Sealed, LRG variant Switch
$35 Grand mountain adventure Sealed Switch
$35 Gris LRG variant, sealed Switch
$35 Hyper Parasite Sealed Switch
$30 Ion Fury CIB Switch
$85 Jay And Silent Bob: Mall Brawl Sealed Switch
$65 Langrisser I & II Game, case, insert Switch
$45 Last day of June Sealed Switch
$160 + shipping Legend of Zelda Tears of the kingdom collector edition Sealed, box is in pretty good condition other than minor damage at the front Switch
$40 Mario strikers battle league CIB Switch
$46 Mercenary Kings CIB Switch
$75 Metal Unit super rare games Sealed Switch
$100 Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two CIB Switch
$60 Monster Sanctuary Sealed Switch
$50 Murder By Numbers Playasia edition Sealed Switch
$65 Octopath Traveler CIB Switch
$60 Oninaki Sealed, JPN version Switch
$50 Othercide Sealed Switch
$40 Pokemon Arceus CIB Switch
$40 Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Sealed Switch
$40 Pokemon Shield CIB Switch
$50 Quake Sealed Switch
$60 Rogue Heroes Ruins Of Tasos Sealed Switch
$56 Shantae and the seven sirens Bestbuy variant Switch
$65 Shantae and the seven sirens LRG variant Switch
$50 Slime-San Superslime Edition CIB Switch
$55 Sol Cresta: Dramatic Edition Sealed Switch
$80 Super mario party joycon bundle box only BOX ONLY, no game or joycons, mint condition Switch
$160 Stranger Things 3: The Game standard edition Sealed Switch
$35 Ms. Splosion Man CIB Switch
$45 River City Girls Zero Sealed Switch
$50 The missing Sealed Switch
$43 The mummy demastered Sealed, bestbuy variant Switch
$20 Valkyria Chronicles 4 Case and joycon skin only no game Switch
$15 Witcher 3 wild hunt complete edition No game, PEGI, box and insert and case Switch
$45 World's End Club Deluxe Edition Sealed Switch
$40 Xenoblade chronicles 2 Loose Switch

Adam's venture origins - $30
Creature in the well (sealed) - $50
Captain Tsubasa Rise of the new champions - $20
Deemo - $50
Disgaea 5 Japanese version with English - $45
Disgaea 5 - $30
Doom 64 - $40
HOA (pax west exclusive variant with sunflower seeds, sealed) - $100
HOA (sticker residue from gamestop) - $30
Knights And Bikes limited run (sealed) - $45
Oxenfree (no game, just case and manual) - $35
River City Girls (Asian version play english) - $33
Salt and sanctuary (sealed, drowned tome edition) - $140
Sniper elite 4 (sealed) - $35
Super bomber man R (PAL) - $15
Towerfall bestbuy edition (sealed) - $40
Tiny Barbarian launch edition CIB - $20
World end's club deluxe edition bestbuy cover (sealed) - $40

No case:
Bubble Bobble 4 Friends (minor damage on the cartridge covert art) - $30
Lego Marvel Super Heroes - $25
Star Wars: Jedi Knights II: Jedi Outcast - $30

Trading cards

Super rare games
- The lions song sealed pack $10
- Mundaun sealed pack $10
- Last day of June sealed pack $10

Gamecube manual only

Warioware $30
Mario Party 5 - $25
F zero gx - $25
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2023.06.01 16:31 En3rgYz3r Error Code 43 on GPU in device manager, white horizontal lines, windows doesn't recognize GPU.

Hey guys, my friend is having a big big problem with his new GPU. Let me give you some context:
Some months ago, suddenly, white horizontal lines has appeared on his monitor, we thought that was because of the GPU and/or the PSU. So, he got the GPU out and played using his CPU integrated graphics until now. He got a hold on a tested and working Nvidia GTX 1060 AND a brand new PSU but the problem with the strange white lines on his monitor was still there, we searched the web and tried to solve it thinking it may be a software problem but we took in consideration the option that the motherboard PCIe port was also damaged or something. We tried the following solutions:
That's all that we found on the web and we tried the two solutions with different steps several times.
Now, why do we think that it may not be a hardware problem? Because those strange vertical/horizontal lines weren't always there. Let me explain the details:The first time that we tried to solve the problem (yesterday) he installed the drivers for the GPU both manually and automatically using GeForce Experience and it still didn't work, BUT he shut down the PC, slept for three hours and after powering it back on the issue was gone, no strange lines, when right clicking on the monitor, the option for Nvidia Control Panel would come up, and also, there was NO yellow triangle in device manager the windows recognized the GPU, everything was fine.
!!! Now, after updating his windows version, the problem came back: We have the yellow triangle in device manager that says Error code: 43 when we right click and go to the properties and there is not Nvidia control panel anywhere at all, the GPU doesn't get recognized I guess.We can't explain why it worked before and suddenly, after a windows update, it won't work no matter what we try to do. We want some advice and see if it is actually a hardware problem. !!!His motherboard is an old DELL 0GY6Y8. Below you can find a photo of the lines.
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2023.06.01 05:49 killj0y1 Empress steamdeck Hogwarts help

I had this game running great a while back but took a break and now it's broke after steamos updates. Tried all the fixes I can find.
Reapplying grub fix manually and with a script. Verifying it's applied.
Changing resolution to 1200 x 800.
Tried different versions of proton both experimental and ge.
Reboots and readding the exe.
I have not tried to rollback I'd like to avoid it if possible and I have not applied the updates out there. Does anyone have it running on the latest update? Any help would be appreciated I'm very comfy in terminal if needed.
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2023.06.01 05:45 killj0y1 Steamdeck Hogwarts help

I had this game running great a while back but took a break and now it's broke after steamos updates. Tried all the fixes I can find.
Reapplying grub fix manually and with a script. Verifying it's applied.
Changing resolution to 1200 x 800.
Tried different versions of proton both experimental and ge.
Reboots and readding the exe.
I have not tried to rollback I'd like to avoid it if possible and I have not applied the updates out there. Does anyone have it running on the latest update? Any help would be appreciated I'm very comfy in terminal if needed.
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2023.06.01 05:41 killj0y1 Steam deck Hogwarts help

I had this game running great a while back but took a break and now it's broke after steamos updates. Tried all the fixes I can find.
Reapplying grub fix manually and with a script. Verifying it's applied.
Changing resolution to 1200 x 800.
Tried different versions of proton both experimental and ge.
Reboots and readding the exe.
I have not tried to rollback I'd like to avoid it if possible and I have not applied the updates out there. Does anyone have it running on the latest update? Any help would be appreciated I'm very comfy in terminal if needed.
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2023.06.01 04:54 stuffwiththing Neff Slide N Hide ovens - worth it?

Neff Slide N Hide ovens - worth it?
We have a narrow galley style kitchen - 85cm wide walkway between island and bench.
Our oven is having intermittent faults and will need replacing sooner rather than later. Was thinking a Neff oven with slide and hide door would be ideal.
Being able to push the oven door in would help significantly with getting things in and out easily. But I'm wondering if a slide n hide door will just be an extra moving part to breakdown and frustrate me?
In an ideal world I'd renovate the kitchen and move the oven to be at standing height, but a new oven is $$ enough at this point.
Anyone used an oven with slide n hide door? Are they drama free or total pain in the rear?
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2023.06.01 02:31 MarinDogMama Feedback on our appliance selection for remodel

This sub has been helpful to look up specific questions and issues relating to appliances, and I'm hopeful some folks will have insights or feedback on our probable plan forward. We are renovating our open-plan kitchen in a 1930s home in the US Southeast. We love to cook, and we keep a pretty well-stocked fridge. Our kitchen is currently roomy but lacks pantry space, and we don't like the cooktop being in the island and its poor ventilation. While we are at it, we want a much larger cooktop space. We look at integrated ranges as well as cooktops with wall oven options. Unfortunately with our layout, wall ovens won't work well (stops us form opening up the island space entirely).
Our current setup for reference:
Our wants and motivations:
We don't care so much about:
What we are considering getting:
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2023.06.01 00:25 TofuTofuDude Selling my 2080Ti for $250

I'm selling my MSI GeForce 2080Ti for $250. 1 used for about a year and half, I do not have the original box that came with it and no manual. Price negotiable, pls DM me if you are interested.
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