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About aneil1998

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  • Birthday August 30

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  • Location
    The Bush


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 3570k
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z77 Extreme3
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB
  • GPU
    MSI Geforce GTX 660
  • Case
    Thermaltake Urban S71
  • Storage
    Kingston V300 120GB SSD, Seagate Barracuda 3TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova B2 850W
  • Display(s)
    Sony Bravia 32" LCD TV, LG W2043 LCD Monitor
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 612
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Perixx MX2000II
  • Sound
    Turtle Beach X12
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64

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  1. I'm looking at purchasing a Supermicro X8STE and noticed that on supermicro's site, it says under system memory, that the DIMM Sizes are,"256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB" . Would this mean that an 8GB DIMM not work, would it only recognize it as a 4GB DIMM or would it work as normal(i.e recognize it as an 8gb and fully utilize it)? Also, would normal ram(such as kingston hyperx) work or would i have to get new ram as well?
  2. aneil1998

    Is RAID necessary for this setup?

    Would there be any performance issues with software raid 0 on the cpu? it's an amd a4 6300 i believe so it's a single core with "hyper-threading"(i don't know what amd calls their version of this). I plan on changing out the cpu eventually or just getting used server hardware on ebay but the motherboards are expensive
  3. I currently have a NAS running plex and a lonely 3tb desktop drive that has 150gb remaining. I'm looking at getting 2 4tb seagate nas drives but was wondering if i should put it in RAID 1 or 0 or to keep the drives separate. The only advantage I see with raid 1 is redundancy but i'll be backing it up using backblaze and i don't mind downloading the files if a drive fails The system is a dual core amd system so I don't know if i should use software raid, get a raid card, run the drives separately or upgrade the amd system.
  4. I know it's a basic question but I can't seem to get any confirmation on this. Will a usb soundcard like this act as a seperate I/O as in my laptop headphone jack could play a headphone and this device could handle a pair of speakers without any issues?
  5. aneil1998

    Best phone that support Custom ROM's

    I've been using the LineageOS 15 build since it was available for the G3 and it was almost stable as a daily driver excluding some of the issues it had. I'd love to play some more good mobile games like hearthstone which couldn't run on my phone without the phone becoming extremely hot to the touch. I'd love to purchase the 5T but Oneplus isn't selling it in the US anymore since the 6 is near it's annouce date but if push comes to shove, i'll purchase the 5T if it isn't available by then.
  6. aneil1998

    Best phone that support Custom ROM's

    Lot's to pick from but i don't mind waiting a while for roms to be released. I usually use custom roms for the customization and just like using it
  7. aneil1998

    Best phone that support Custom ROM's

    I think it's only on OxygenOS, so in theory, a custom rom wouldn't have this issue
  8. My current phone(LG G3) is slowly dying with the screen fading issue and LG won't do anything about it. So i have to buy a new phone to replace this one but I can't seem to make up my mind and I only have till the end of may to get it. I like the Pixel 2 XL but it seems to lack custom roms and the OnePlus 6 launch is imminent. Is it worth going to an older device like the OnePlus 3T or purchase the 5T. If anyone has any recommendations, I would really love to hear them.
  9. As the title says, what are some recommended uninstaller programs. I know the built in windows uninstaller is enough, but I want to know what is a good one to remove all the remnants of the program.
  10. To add onto this, Free services are not anonymous. r/VPN is a decent place to start. I recommend checking https://thatoneprivacysite.net . The site has a really in-depth comparison of email services and VPN services.
  11. It is. Well it's mostly for gaming (hosting the game servers if required). Maybe some game development and programming. So i'm kind of aiming towards a 6 core 12 threads CPU. And since i have to get a job, I would be rebuilding maybe sometime around september.
  12. I'll try disconnecting more stuff and see. I'll try testing the RAM and see if it posts. If it fails, i'll carry it by a computer repair store and see what they have to say. At this point in it's life, it's not worth replacing the mobo if it died. I'll just have to work for 6 months and rebuild i guess.
  13. My PSU died on new years day with a really loud pop(starting off 2018 great) and i RMA'd it. I got the new one today and now my system won't post. The only that happens are the fans spinning up and then after 10-15 seconds it turns off and automatically starts back even when i short the power switch connector. I already tried clearing the CMOS but to no avail. Could the motherboard be damaged or am i doing something wrong?
  14. aneil1998

    Intel HD 630 vs Nvidia Frozr II 460

    The 460 still outperforms it. A comparison from UserBenchmark (http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-HD-630-Desktop-Kaby-Lake-vs-Nvidia-GTX-460/m178724vs2167) shows how it compares.
  15. aneil1998

    Apple sheep switching to Android

    Depends on what you plan on doing with it. If you have plans on maybe experimenting with custom roms after your warranty is up and could afford a new phone, pixel 2 is your best bet.