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Sen. Joseph Boncore, D Winthrop, is the new chairman of the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Transportation and Sen. Eric Lesser, D Longmeadow is the new vice chairman.

Boncore replaces Sen. Thomas McGee, D Lynn, who resigned when he won an election to become mayor of Lynn.

“The need for effective and efficient transportation intersects with the need for affordable housing, economic opportunity, and social justice,” Chandler said in a statement. “Our transit systems are the central arteries connecting our Commonwealth’s cities and towns to each other. Senator Boncore and Senator Lesser will bring strong leadership to the challenges we face at a time when transportation is a paramount issue on Beacon Hill and in the minds of everyday commuters.”

Boncore said he believes Massachusetts requires a new revenue mechanism to make necessary investments in transportation. “The Commonwealth’s transportation system is the driver that ensures our economic success,” Boncore said. “Whether by road, rail or water, our infrastructure connects us to jobs, homes, schools and goods; ensuring continued growth.”

Lesser has been a leading voice in calling for a new Springfield to Boston high speed rail line.

“Having a high quality, reliable transportation network is about more than making sure the trains run on time,” Lesser said. “Our transit system should serve the public’s needs, and this ultimately means ensuring equal access to opportunities and connecting our communities across the Commonwealth.”
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Pretty bummed with my 1080ftw. First, it had the black screening during games which was a known issue, and now this. Granted I know its not really an issue, especially since I want to watercool it soon, but it leaves a bad taste in your mouth after spending $1k. Combined with pretty loud coil whine, I wouldn’t really recommend it to anyone. Its too bad because it performs so good and EVGA customer support has been pretty good so far though.My 1080 Strix has now crashed a couple of times when in overclock mode, which is also pretty disappointing. We pay a price in stability when we buy cutting edge products. I may water cool as well, but I’m a little shy about that after having a motherboard destroyed when a hose developed a slow leak years ago.Alot of people gave the FE a hard time when it released first, Saying it was a poor design, But i’ve always felt just the opposite. The vast majority of 3rd party boards next to the water hybrids are using axial fans for their cooling system. I’ve learned the hard many times, and in many disparate fields that axial fans are fundamentally prone to breakdown. It has to do with the perpendicular application of forces against the axle and subsequent bearing contact. I know this seems kind of beside the point to subject of the article, But effectively if you cant design a cooling system using reliable fan types, Your probably not a good enough engineer to design the heatsinks, VRMs, And other extraneous hardware either. IE there is a reason for NVIDIAs design decisions, And i guarantee you it goes much deeper than these 3rd parties are willing to let on. I understand the square law relationship for power dissipation wrt. clock frequency and wrt. supply voltage. As I contemplate a new build and look at various cooling solutions, I can’t help but notice there is nothing defining thermal resistance in the cooler specs. I understand it typically depends on PWM controlled fan speed, but it seems that a graph could be provided defining thermal resistance from IC case to enclosure ambient wrt. Less experienced folks have a trial and error process on their hands, which as noted above can get pretty exciting if it gets away from you!Is that pretty much how this exercise goes, or is there a first order engineering solution that, for a given cooler and specs from manufacturer X, allows you to ballpark a maximum IC temperature from enclosure air temperature?First, I want to say I’m disheartened to learn of these problems. I love my GTX 980 Ti FTW, and was contemplating getting a GTX 1070 FTW for a second computer. I hope EVGA improves their VRM cooling in ACX 4.0.I’m guessing that experienced builders and overclockers rely on their feel for acceptable room temperature and case air flow, and for the performance of known cooling solutions. Less experienced folks have a trial and error process on their hands, which as noted above can get pretty exciting if it gets away from you!Is that pretty much how this exercise goes, or is there a first order engineering solution that, for a given cooler and specs from manufacturer X, allows you to ballpark a maximum IC temperature from enclosure air temperature?Well, people look at testbench measurements of different heatsinks w/ various CPUs (like what you’ll find in the reviews section of this site). Most of the better measurements will indicate temperatures relative to ambient. Some will post absolute temps and state ambient. Either way, it’s more an exercise of replicating what someone else has claimed to work. A small overclock is easily achievable on a big air cooler. The real world isn’t like that, and a well designed card would shut down rather than burning up if it gets too hot. Cranking up the fans might be a really bad substitute for proper heat sinks and cooling.Yea, 2 problems with average builders. First, some don’t know anything about airflow, they just throw a bunch of fans on a case and expect things to just do their job. So the computer acts like a heater and can rise temperatures up past the normal 70F/21C.> found both times that the “temperature of PWM and memory is within the spec tolerance” and “is working as originally designed with no issues.”Maybe they tested it with perfect case ventilation and a single video card. The real world isn’t like that, and a well designed card would shut down rather than burning up if it gets too hot. Cranking up the fans might be a really bad substitute for proper heat sinks and cooling.Yea, 2 problems with average builders. First, some don’t know anything about airflow, they just throw a bunch of fans on a case and expect things to just do their job. So the computer acts like a heater and can rise temperatures up past the normal 70F/21C.It’s no rocket science to provoke an airflow inside of your case. From front to back and down to up. Also cables kill airflow. Cable management is a must. What I did with my XL is using the 5.25 inch bay for putting my drives and removed the disk cage for optimal airflow. This cost me a big 10$ of brackets. WHo the hell is having 8 HDD anyway.> found both times that the “temperature of PWM and memory is within the spec tolerance” and “is working as originally designed with no issues.”Maybe they tested it with perfect case ventilation and a single video card. The real world isn’t like that, and a well designed card would shut down rather than burning up if it gets too hot. Cranking up the fans might be a really bad substitute for proper heat sinks and cooling.Yea, 2 problems with average builders. First, some don’t know anything about airflow, they just throw a bunch of fans on a case and expect things to just do their job. So the computer acts like a heater and can rise temperatures up past the normal 70F/21C.It’s no rocket science to provoke an airflow inside of your case. From front to back and down to up. Also cables kill airflow. Cable management is a must. What I did with my XL is using the 5.25 inch bay for putting my drives and removed the disk cage for optimal airflow. This cost me a big 10$ of brackets. WHo the hell is having 8 HDD anyway.I agree, but the problem is, many people don’t take any time to think about it. They just slap fans on it and expect it to work. I’ve seen this happen all the time, like at a friend apartment, they had all their fans blowing in, and didn’t remove the noise insulation on their extra grills. So the air can only really flow out of the water cooling line holes and any other little crevaces. I noticed the fans were unusually louder than necessary which is why i opened the side and showed them. I ended up moving one of the fans up top to flow out and the rear fan to blow out as well. I love my GTX 980 Ti FTW, and was contemplating getting a GTX 1070 FTW for a second computer. I hope EVGA improves their VRM cooling in ACX 4.0.I’m guessing that experienced builders and overclockers rely on their feel for acceptable room temperature and case air flow, and for the performance of known cooling solutions. Less experienced folks have a trial and error process on their hands, which as noted above can get pretty exciting if it gets away from you!Is that pretty much how this exercise goes, or is there a first order engineering solution that, for a given cooler and specs from manufacturer X, allows you to ballpark a maximum IC temperature from enclosure air temperature?Well, people look at testbench measurements of different heatsinks w/ various CPUs (like what you’ll find in the reviews section of this site). Most of the better measurements will indicate temperatures relative to ambient. Some will post absolute temps and state ambient. Either way, it’s more an exercise of replicating what someone else has claimed to work. A small overclock is easily achievable on a big air cooler.
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