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  1. Yes and many others have also reported the same issue.
  2. The game is working well for some and not so well for others. I have an i7 8700k OC 5 GHz paired with a NVIDIA 1080 and I frequently get FPS drops. I have to restart my game after every campaign mission otherwise I get auto-defeated once the map loads. There are many more issues I have experienced but they are relatively minor in comparison to these two. Other users with different hardware are experiencing much worse. The game is unplayable for some despite their rigs meeting or exceeding the recommended hardware specifications. I will NOT be requesting a refund because I am enjoying the game and I am confident Blizzard will fix the game with upcoming patches.
  3. The official Reforged forums are 99% rage at the moment and Activision-Blizzard is silent.
  4. FreeNAS is designed to be installed on bare metal. Just because it can be virtualized doesn't mean it should.
  5. Thanks for your feedback. I ended up buying an older E5-2670 v3 12 core 2.3 GHz retail version instead because it is guaranteed to be compatible with my system. The v3 does not support my 2400 MHz memory (only 2133) but leaves room for upgrade in a couple years when v4 prices come down.
  6. 4x HDD in RAID 10 can probably saturate a SATA 3 bus in sequential reads. Still wouldn't come close in random IO though.
  7. Is the Intel Xeon E5-2650 v4 ES QHV6 compatible with the Supermicro X10SRL-F motherboard? I am currently using an 8 core 1.7 GHz retail Xeon E5-2609 v4 which struggles to transcode 4k blurays on Plex Media Server. I am looking for a cheap upgrade and the E5-2650 v4 ES is perfect with 12 cores at 2.2 GHz, turbo boost and will support my 2400 ECC Registered memory.
  8. Have you tried -Xmx2048M -Xms2048M? This will allocate 2 GB to the java application.
  9. Must be RJ45 because in an earlier post he said he was using his motherboard network port. Any network card created in the last decade will work. I personally use Intel i350-T4 v2 in my firewall server, however, that has 4 network ports. You could get the 2 port version (i350-T2 v2) for cheaper. Cheaper still is an Intel i210AT single port card for around $15-20. These chipsets are typically used on entry-level servers and premium motherboards.
  10. In New Zealand we can get gigabit fiber for as low as $90 NZD (~$60 USD) and no charge for using your own router.
  11. Don't. Use. RAID. Controller. HBA or MB SATA in pass-through mode only.
  12. I have a server running Windows Server 2019: 2x Intel DC SSD 120 GB Intel RAID 1 (boot) 4x WD Red 8 TB Storage Spaces Mirror (media storage) Intel RST (and RSTe) is not supported on Windows Server 2019. How can I monitor my boot array?