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About NelizMastr

  • Title
    Professional Nerd
  • Birthday 1994-01-14

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    Gaming, casual video production, music, enterprise geekery
  • Occupation
    IT Management


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M Mortar Max
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Ballistix 3600MT/s CL15
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RX5700XT Gaming 8GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define Mini C
  • Storage
    1TB 660p, 256GB 600p, 960GB Samsung DC SSD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master V550
  • Display(s)
    2x BenQ PD2500Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i - the non-retarded unlit version
  • Keyboard
    Ducky MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Pop!_OS 20.04 / Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    rMBP 13" early 2015
  • Phone
    iPhone Xr 64GB Black

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  1. That system is quite the scam. It uses a motherboard from China with a 10 year old Intel platform and a graphics card that barely runs Minecraft. If you want to build a gaming PC for that budget, you're best off getting a 2nd hand Office machine and adding a graphics card. Something like a Dell Optiplex 3020 or 7020 should be a good starting point.
  2. Probably a CPU, motherboard, power supply, memory and storage. perhaps a case to put the parts in.
  3. I agree with @boggy77. First of all you're slowing down to 2400 across all three sticks and second of all, you're running single channel. Ryzen relies on fast memory to perform well. Don't forget to enable XMP in your BIOS, or you'll still have very poor results. By the way, why did you pick a 3950X for gaming? The 3700X is a much better pick for this somewhat cheap board. The VRMs get quite the workout. This might also throttle your CPU causing sub-optimal results if there's insufficient airflow around them.
  4. Reset CMOS, for starters. Also try a different graphics card, and reseat RAM. I'm not seeing a PSU in your list either. Which exact make and model is it?
  5. Hi, this is not customer service. Thank you, come again! Joking aside, if you have an ESXi 7.0 VM already, and you want to install another ESXi in it, which is called nested VMs, there is not a single command that will automatically deploy that. You'll need to create a new VM, pass through the virtualization extensions from your host and then add the ISO file to boot it from. Give it ample storage, CPU and RAM. If any of these terms are unknown, please stop and educate yourself on how ESXi and virtualization in general work and then try again
  6. Judging from the picture, your case is bent outward. MIght want to take a look at that
  7. 1. You can use vCenter Converter Standalone, but I also have good experience with Starwind V2V converter. It converts the VM directly from Hyper-V to your ESXi server when they are running side by side. Typically, you'll need to do some edits in drive configuration, depending on how your Hyper-V VMs were made. If you have Gen1 VMs (so no UEFI support) your disks will be connected to a virtual IDE set, when imported in ESXi, you need to set those to IDE as well. 2. Yes, certainly. They work very similarly. One could say Microsoft probably stole it from VMware when they started doing Hyper-V back in 2008. 3. Depends on what you're looking for. You can certainly configure SNMP to monitor data like CPU, RAM and networking, as most monitoring is done. There's also a monitoring tab for each ESXi host and VM running on it. 4. I'd say knowing both is a big perk. Other hypervisors aren't that common in the IT space, such as XenServer or Proxmox, but ESXi and Hyper-V are everywhere. Which one to focus on more is dependent on what your specific job requires you to know more of.
  8. Purely for rendering, sure. But premiere won't really use all available cores and leans more heavily on GPU with the latest version, although a fast 6 or 8 core CPU is preferred as well.
  9. You'll run out of RAM if you have just 8GB of RAM before your clip has loaded into the timeline. The CPU is also a bit weak. I'd seriously start saving for a new PC with 32GB of RAM, a decent CPU, at least 6c/12t and a good GPU to back it up. That said, you're looking at a minimum of about $800 in upgrades.
  10. If you don't have a thunderbolt port or an (ancient) ExpressCard slot, then the answer is no.
  11. Then you created the USB wrong. Please take us through your process of creating a bootable stick.
  12. I think you'll get away with a 3070 for now, at least. You might need to upgrade to a CPU with some more threads, like an i9-9900 or 9900K, to get the best results, though.
  13. Valid point. I think both are parts of the problem, the binding already being taken and the local IP address not specified to bind the server to locally. If they expect us to go on Discord to help them, they're sadly mistaken I usually browse this site from work during a break and whatnot.
  14. Indeed. Something apparently is already bound to port 25565. You can only run one Minceraft instance at a time on the same port. If you need more servers, bind to 25566 or 25567.
  15. Any reason you need something like this? Usually, the support bracket comes with the card, at least they used to, for special cards. Or do you mean something else?