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AMD Lover

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  1. Little update, I had installed a GTX 1650 however with vSphere even though you can pass the PCI device through to the VM because its consumer grade hardware its not detected by the OS. Picked me up a Quadro P2000 and tested it out, hardware decode on my plex server now works exactly like it should. You can see in the pink highlighter on the 2nd picture that if Plex cannot "Direct Stream" the content it will switch to transcode and if it can use hardware over CPU it will work like below.
  2. Mostly lab environments, VM's for server or network testing. Learning how to configure various things. One of them has GNS on it, the others are running vSphere. Included some updated pictures, those others in my last post were from a long time ago.
  3. I have never heard of this brand but gollie, its 1080p, has some unknown AMD processor, 16GB of RAM, some sort of metal chassis, windows Hello with IR 720p webcam. I mean for $209 it's almost worth just buying it see how decent it is. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Vega-HDMI-Front-RAM-FHD-4GB-display-AMD-128GB-Tuned-Camera-Radeon-14-Ryzen-720P-THX-Graphics-IR-SSD-Silver-Laptop-3-MOTILE-Spatial-Performance-Audio-/715635402?irgwc=1&sourceid=imp_0wx0XeSFuxyJRZcwUx0Mo3cQUknTl2QN0xDt0U0&veh=aff&wmlspartner=imp_10915&clickid=0wx0XeSFuxyJRZcwUx0Mo3cQUknTl2QN0xDt0U0
  4. I ended up just using both drives individually. I believe you could still put them in a RAID using Intel Rapid Storage. Basically its software RAID enabled by the BIOS. So you would have to enable it in BIOS and then I don't know if you would need a separate boot drive or if you could install Windows on one of the SSDs and then enable RAID. This is the direction I would look however if you're trying to RAID on this motherboard. I don't believe it supports hardware RAID. Thanks
  5. Enabled G-Sync on windowed mode and it still looks fine. Changed all my settings in the control panel back to I originally had them set and no issues. I guess there was something wrong with my driver? Maybe it was the restart after the driver install. WHO KNOWS.....
  6. Could it be using G-Sync in windowed mode? I just installed a graphics driver update and did a clean install to wipe all the custom settings I had in case something in there was messing with it and it fixed it.... I will try to replicate after work by turning windowed G-Sync back on.
  7. So after taking my computer apart and putting it back together I've noticed that my mouse lags when I open certain windows like Spotify and Messenger (Which both came from app store). Once I minimize those windows I have no issues over chrome and other actual windows applications. Any ideas? It is a wireless mouse but signal wouldn't make sense its only over the same windows repeatedly.
  8. So I recently removed the stock cooler on my GPU and reapplied new thermal paste to everything. I am wanting to check the VRAM temps somehow and make sure I got good paste application on those. Is this possible? I don't see anything in GPU-Z. Thanks
  9. On the first page towards the top. Link below to the post on the page, first post on first page tho. https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1003151-louqe-ghost-s1-build-project-tiny/
  10. Gaming Desktop build log has been updated, find the link in my BIO ? 

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    2. amdorintel

      amdorintel

      wooooaaaaaaaaaaa AMD Lover's got linustech following him/her

       

      @OlympicAssEater   i too see no link

    3. AMD Lover
    4. Flying Sausages

      Flying Sausages

      > username is AMD Lover

       

      > Profile pic is Intel inside

       

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  11. UPDATE: Finally getting an update up, it's been awhile. This has been kind of a discontinuous build, I got the desktop built and didn't have a monitor for 3 months. I was using my TV as my monitor, holding out for a ultrawide monitor and seriously hindering my use of the desktop. I finally got me a 34" ultrawide and then took it to work to use as a folding rig during folding month. Now that folding is over I took the time to take the computer apart, clean out all the dust, upgrade the CPU fan and swap in my sleeved cables. I also took the opportunity to replace all the thermal paste and also take apart and repaste the GPU after the folding. I'm sure 70C 24hrs a day for 34 days isn't the best on thermal paste. While cleaning the motherboard one of the letters of the graphics on the Nvme heatsink came off so I decided to roll with it and debadge it, I really like how it looks after the fact. I'm still wanting to get the AIO GPU cooler posted somewhere on the first page of this log. The noise isn't actually that bad when gaming, I don't find it annoying with other ambient noise in the room but it could always be more quiet. Overall CPU stays cool never getting above 70-80C and the GPU runs around 70C. Any ideas on moving forward is always appreciated!! Photos taken on Pixel 4XL Old fan left, new fan on right
  12. This isn't even close to how I would like it to look but its better and a continued work in progress. Post some pictures of your horror stories below, no random pictures off Google post stuff you've seen first hand or worked on. Share your tips on cleaning up that rats nest of cables. Post any cable porn you might have done or came across as well.
  13. If I have a server with 4 network adapters and I want to team those interfaces would it be better to create two separate teams of (2) NIC's each? One team (2 NICs) for the host and one team (2 NICs) for the virtual machines or create a large single team of (4 NICs) and "share" the vNIC? The reason I am debating this is because if you have your virtual machines sending data and you're also doing replication of your VMs (Host Traffic) in theory it seems like it would be better to split this traffic however I may be wrong in my thinking. I'm hoping someone else can give me some insight. I also believe that software teaming in Windows doesn't actually give you a aggregated (4Gbps) of throughput. Instead you would have to configure something like LACP with Etherchannel? Just looking for someone with some more experience in this. Thanks
  14. Everyone is saying Pixel 4 battery life sucks. I just went from 8am to 10pm and ended with 60%. People are just on the hate train because it wasn't some baller phone.

     

    The Samsung S series has hardly changed from S8 to S10 so stop yelling at Google for the same thing.

    1. lewdicrous

      lewdicrous

      My $270 phone has a 4000 mAh battery, while the pixel 4, an $800- $900 phone, has a 2800 mAh battery... the pixel 4 xl has a 3700 mAh battery.. these are flagship devices..

  15. So I'm trying to setup my Outlook email on my phone and get it to add as something other than IMAP because when added as IMAP I can't enable push sync, instead I have to manually set a sync timer and it also doesn't sync my calendar or contacts. Any help?
  16. Download errors are killing me... ??
  17. Woke up to my thread being combined with like 4 others and a crap ton of notifications ?? Actually thought I was popular for a minute ?
  18. Anyone else ever got one of these messages? I was surprised when I got it, lol Already been reported just a topic of conversation
  19. @GOTSpectrum, how're the event badges going to be handed out?
  20. So I decided to run a folding client on my gaming computer temporarily. I have a server that is my main host but I wanted to pull some more points in so I started folding on my gaming rig, GPU only. GPU is running around 65 C to 70 C. The question is, will running a GPU at 100% like this for let's say a month have any negative effects? Thermal paste, stability, life? Gigabyte RTX 2080 Windforce 700w Platinum PSU i7 9700K
  21. So I'm updating 3 Synology NAS units and I'm wondering. Should I stop the rsync process before updating DSM? Thanks
  22. I actually remember those fans from back when frozencpu.com was the shit ?? Just looked up spec sheet and the 92mm EB has horrible SP (0.872 mm)
  23. So I was looking this this NF-B9 redux-1600 PWM compared to this NF-A9 PWM. The Redux will better match my build but the static pressure of the redux is 1.61mm compared to the NF-A which is 2.28mm. This seems like a large difference and the fan will be pulling through a CPU cooler and a side panel the CPU cooler is pushed mm away from. Is the static pressure going to make a difference? Couple degrees? Thanks!!!
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