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Hans Christian | Teri

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    Computer Science student at Aarhus University

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  1. For 5-15 players on a Minecraft server, you're going to want at least 4 cores to have a good time. 8GB of RAM should be fine, that is with a relatively low overhead OS (I personally run Debian on my Minecraft box). You're also going to want an SSD, but 120GB will do just fine for a Minecraft server. I do not have experience hosting any of the other games.
  2. As per their own website: Compatible with Socket 1366/1156/775 & AM2/AM3 Your 9600K is socket 1151, so without promising anything, I'm pretty sure it wouldn't fit.
  3. I would absolutely not buy that monitor, horrendous bleed.
  4. For the router I don't know, it really depends on how dirty you want your fingers. I absolutely enjoyed building and setting up my own with pfSense, but it definitely isn't for everyone. My switch handles all of my PoE, no need to be concerned here as it performs a signature detection process to determine whether or not the equipment on the other end takes PoE before sending out any real power. If you don't need PoE for anything else though, the UAP AC Lite comes with a PoE injector.
  5. For starters, check if Wake On LAN is enabled in the BIOS. You could of course just turn you computer off instead of putting it to sleep, modern PCs take seconds to boot.
  6. Probably, however I am unsure, as Eigenvektor says, whether or not there is a control that supports showing an image in a simple manner. The docs should help you here though.
  7. Yes and no. There is no lead shielding around it, but it is never in direct line of sight of any clients.
  8. Coverage is absolutely fine within my flat, it does get dodgy when going outside, but the complex I live in is pretty much thick concrete walls, so I would expect this to be the case. I think a point to consider here, is that you can place it anywhere you would place the Amplifi HD, so it shouldn't change much.
  9. To be completely honest, mine is just sitting on top of my switch in a corner, and works just fine. If I owned the place I would obviously mount it, but for now I have no problems running it like I do.
  10. I'm unsure whether or not this will help you, as it sounds like you have a few more wireless clients than me, but never the less here is my personal setup for my flat (which to be fair, is not very large). I personally run a pfSense router into a 24 port managed switch into a UAP AC Lite, and this has given me no problems. That said I only have 10 or so clients on my wireless network. I have however not had any clients drop off, be they 2.4 or 5ghz connections, and the throughput is more than adequate to my wireless devices.
  11. I would personally just use Swing or JavaFX components. Designing and "animating" your own switch probably isn't within the scope of the assignment.
  12. Windows can be very unhappy with motherboard swaps, and will sometimes refuse to boot all together, so I wouldn't exactly guarantee that everything loads like it did before a swap. Additionally I would question whether the swap is really worth it versus just buying a new laptop. Laptop components and cables are fairly fragile, so if you're not experienced in working with such components, you're effectively risking breaking something for what really is a rather small FPS gain.