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About monsieurgoat

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  • Occupation
    Mowing grass the natural way.


  • CPU
    AMD A8 6600k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Something
  • RAM
    2x 8GB Hyper X
  • Storage
    250 GB SSD + 2x 1 TB HDD
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  1. 200 dollars worth of paper lol? That is like 60k sheets +.
  2. This is what I thought as well. The thread is lame now ...
  3. http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requirements Google or Bing it.
  4. That is true. I just don't see the point of a 100 dollar cooler unless you have the top of the line CPU.
  5. That is the reason. There is no point overclocking an i5 with an AIO. Might as well get the i7 with 4ghz base clock for the same amount of money and do a low overclock.
  6. This is coming from some who has bought many seagates and western digital blacks. I once had to RMA 8 seagate drives in one week. WD blacks and RE4s are miles better. HGST is probably the best. #seagatesforidiots. Look up the statistics seagates fail like crazy. I know of data center were they bought a bunch of seagate drives for their new servers and one failed every 3 hours or so.
  7. @o0Martin I would probably get an i7k + noctua cooler instead of an i5 and an AIO. Other than that I approve.
  8. No they have not. There a few copyright issues.
  9. Murach's Java Programming. Buy that book. Either do that or take an online course from a local community college or something.
  10. There really is no best solution online. What language do you want to learn. Just buy a book of amazon, read every single word and do every single exercise.
  11. Yes this is the right way to do it.
  12. ... mm maybe this forum is not the best place to help on how to run your own company. Maybe you need to hire a consultant. Also why would you run a RAID 10 or 1 in an enterprise environment. Why not raid 6? If you had 100 people accessing it at once theoretically you should be able to get ~ 200 mbit person based on your 20 gbit port. Also warranty does not matter in a true enterprise situation. Drive goes bad you crush it and throw it away. It sounds like you have no idea what you are doing. This is all theory btw. Using drives you mentioned. RAID 0 - 6165 MB/s RAID 1 - 137 MB/s Can't do raid 1 with 45 drives! RAID 10 - 4018 MB/s Can only use 44 drives. RAID 5 - 2466 MB/s RAID 6 - 1761 MB/s 20gpbs = 2500 MB/s I would recommend raid 5 or 6. Google it if you have no idea. A lot of this info is available online you need to do a lot more research.
  13. Are you experiencing slow speeds or does the connection randomly drop?
  14. I would also go with a thinkpad. Solid keyboard and will take quite a bit of abuse.