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  1. 1. it's not peltier (or is it?) 2. doesn't claim to go -15 celsius 3. doesn't drain power from the phone
  2. Exactly my point. It's so dumb it would make a cool Linus video. Also, imagine pluging it into a power brick and trying to cool something stationary...
  3. I may not remember correctly which one they did before, but I don't think it was peltier.
  4. Hey LTT and y'all, are you guys gonna review the Black Shark 3? I would love a test of the FunCooler Pro accessorie for it, it's just a peltier module type cooler, but it's running on the phones USB! https://eu.blackshark.com/products/black-shark-funcooler-pro Wonder how much it drains and how long it lasts...
  5. Got a cheap second 32GB stick of Intel Optane memory a while back thinking the official Intel Memory and Storage Management software is going to allow it, but it seems it can only utilize one. Would it be possible with the PrimoCache software that Linus is talking about in that episode about StoreMi?
  6. Here's my WRT3200ACM's super advanced cooling mod with a silent 120mm Noctua fan connected to it's USB through an USB to PWM adapter, and running at a slightly slower speed since it's 12V and getting only 5V from the port. Using OpenWRT 19.07 on it and this Linksys model is known for it's bug in the CPU so it needs the cooling, before it was normal to reach almost (or over, in some cases) 90 Celsius, now it's 67 when the fan is pulling the fan and below 60 when it's brute-force pushing the cold air in. Sorry for a bad photo but it's hard to reach since I keep it under my table in the corner of my gaming room.
  7. Noob question: combining 10G with 1G NIC wouldn't give me much in terms of throughput, and would actually worsen things, would'nt it? Cause I just tried the methode from this thread last night, and both iperf3'ing my router and an automated backup task to my NAS were *much* slower.
  8. Poland here, living in a small village next to the Czech border and for the last ~25 years I was stuck with a telephone line copper wire. At first it was ~1.5 USD per hour on a simple 28kbits modem, than ~2004 they provided unlimited 128kbits (don't remember the price, I wasn't paying the bills) upgraded to 256kbits, 512kbits, 1024... and finally around 2009 they maximized the speed of the hardware to it's limits at 20mbits down / 1mbit up that I had since. Half a year ago, finally, freaking FINALLY, fiber connections started to appear here, four providers in a matter of months, so I took the cheapest one and am happily using it since february, 600/60 line for ~15 USD and it seems stable. Coulda get the 1GB for ~20 USD, but I figured, how will I use it? []
  9. Lowest latency to my router. Like in these tutorials around the webs: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=727946014 or https://helpdesk.flexradio.com/hc/en-us/articles/202118518-Optimizing-Ethernet-Adapter-Settings-for-Maximum-Performance But do these apply to a 10G NIC too or will severly impact the throughput? Not that I'm after troughpout that much, all I need is ~2.5GB (2 x 1Gbit NAS + 600Mbit fiber running at the same time), just asking.
  10. I've read a few "max network performance for gaming optimization" threads here and there, but there were none that specifically mentioned a 10G network card, so I'd like to ask here, are these the best settings? Mine is a rather uncommon ASUS ROG AREION 10G PCI-e that I got from second hand (~$70), based on the Aquantia AQC-107 chip, updated to the newest drivers (2.1.20) and firmware (3.1.100) running under W10 x64 version 2004 OS build 19041.172 ARP Offload : Disabled Device Sleep On Disconnect : Disabled Direct Cache Access : Legacy Descriptor Downshift retries : Disabled Energy-Effiecent Ethernet : Disabled Flow Control : Disabled Interrupt Moderation : Disabled Interrupt Moderation Rate : Off IPv4 Checksum Offload : Disabled Jumbo Packet : 16348 Bytes Large Send Offload V1 (IPv4) : Disabled Large Send Offload V2 (IPv4) : Disabled Large Send Offload V2 (IPv6) : Disabled Link Speed : Auto Negotiation Locally Administered Address : Not Present Log Link State Event : Enabled Maximum number of RSS Queues : 4 Queues NS Offload : Disabled Priority & VLAN : Priority & VLAN Enabled Recieve Buffers : 4096 Recieve Side Scaling : Enabled Recv Segment Coalescing (IPv4) : Disabled Recv Segment Coalescing (IPv4) : Disabled TCP/UDP Checksum Offload (IPv4) : Disabled TCP/UDP Checksum Offload (IPv6) : Disabled Transmit Buffers : 8184 VLAN ID : 0 VLAN Monitor mode : Disabled Wait for Link : Auto Detect Wake from power off state : Enabled Wake on Link : Disabled Wake on Magic Packet : Disabled Wake on Pattern Match : Disabled Wake on Ping : Disabled
  11. Shoonay https://www.vessel.com/videos/IYQNFIrF8 https://www.vessel.com/videos/LPECtSnEh