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alexly123

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About alexly123

  • Title
    Newbie

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    alexlyee#5733
  • Steam
    mralexly123

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Biography
    High school student as of 2017

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700k 4.9Ghz
  • RAM
    dominator platinum 4x8Gb
  • GPU
    gtx 1080
  • Storage
    512gb m.2
  • PSU
    modular 1000w
  • Display(s)
    24"+27"
  • Cooling
    240mm
  • Keyboard
    corsair k90 rgb brown
  • Mouse
    steelseries rival 700
  • Sound
    5.1 speaker w/ amp
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 PRO

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  1. After trying to reset to factory defaults, I still cannot get my copy of PfSense to function properly. It works for the times that the DNS server is up, but it only takes a moment for it to trip, this is wildly unpredictable and I don't understand what's causing it. Especially after a reset like that.. What steps can I take to troubleshoot this? I don't have it connected to a switch anymore, only a connection to my desktop across the home. It is directly connected to the modem. I'm trying to use this as a home router to learn more about IT stuffs.
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    Broken connector on WD RED 1TB

    Not sure, it's not possible for it to go inside the casing right? edit- yeah it must've
  3. When connecting the SATA cable into the drive , this happened [see photo for reference]. I've nothing small enough to pinch the pins into place, is it still revivable? I have some important data on it.
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    Word Clock

    So with two devices you simply connect their word inputs and outputs? Otherwise it is best (or required) to use a master clock?
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    Word Clock

    I'm referring to what I've seen named "word clocks", I've also heard "master clock" around that topic (??). I'm fairly confused about this concept. I've done light researching and can tell it's not the most easy information to find. So I figured I could get some help here What is it and its purpose? Why would I need or want it? How does it work and how would I set it up? Edit: On this Image what Is that switch referring to? Thanks! -Alex
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    Center speaker

    Well quick question: would I output the positive of the left or right channel then the negative of the other to the speaker form the amp? Since the output is in a 3.5mm jack that is stereo does that mean both channels are the same? So I just choose one?
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    Center speaker

    Any place to start? I have no idea what I should get for that
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    Center speaker

    I definitely wouldn't call my self anyone good with audio stuffs. I have a center speaker, and two bookshelf speakers. The bookshelf speakers are self powered, they are fine. But the center speaker isn't: my sound blaster x7 limited edition has a output for a center channel through a 3.5mm jack. The center speaker takes two banana plugs in. How do I connect these properly while powering the center channel?
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    Help with multiple drives

    Because I have only a few games on that drive and most of my programs I want at a faster speed. I wont be using those drives for long
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    Help with multiple drives

    Why will I still loose speed?
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    Help with multiple drives

    Well I don't want to strife them I want to add the drive to the end, so once I'm out of the nvme storage ill go to the ssd
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    Help with multiple drives

    To start, I have a 2tb and 1tb hard drive. Not full but partially used. I have a Samsung 950 PRO series NVME drive (500gb). For my OS and all, it's near full. I'm looking to buy another SSD, but I want to combine it with my NVME drive to make a single drive. I'm planning to later use those two hard drives for another use, so in the end I'll have a single drive made up of those two SSDs. How can I achieve this without loosing any of my data from my NVME drive? I'm afraid to copy everything over and all. If I cant do that, how can I use that SSD as a second drive most effectively? Meaning, having some programs in that drive and files there while still having it as easily accessible as possible. I don't want to have to go to that drive and deal with the two so separately, that would get annoying.
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    3 MILLION SUBSCRIBER GIVEAWAY

    The Razer Blade Stealth is for me! Thank you guys! Been watching you since 25,000
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    Tech Gifts for Non-techies Giveaway!

    My dad works on the computer a lot. I wanna suprise him with something that will make his workstation much more usable. http://www.amazon.com/PA248Q-1920x1200-DisplayPort-Ergonomic-Back-lit/dp/B008DWH00K/ref=sr_1_19?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1449811258&sr=1-19&keywords=Ips&refinements=p_36%3A-30000
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    Need help choosing server parts plz

    Ok, thanks! I've got that down, but anyone have ideas on proper parts for a server?
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