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Salty

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About Salty

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Interests
    Computers, Networking, Web Development (albeit not very good at it)
  • Biography
    I have n̶o̶ ̶m̶o̶n̶e̶y̶ more money than I used to.

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400
  • Motherboard
    XFX nForce 780i 3-Way SLi LGA 775
  • RAM
    4 x 1GB Corsair XMS2 800MHz
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU 2-Way SLi
  • Case
    BitFenix Shinobi Window
  • Storage
    2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM in RAID 0
  • PSU
    BitFenix Fury 650G
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Eclipse
  • Operating System
    Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Pro 64-bit

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  1. why are you sexually attracted to aircraft

    1. handymanshandle

      handymanshandle

      but aren't we all

    2. Salty

      Salty

      well i mean if a nibba could draw lewds of this i would nut

      0673373.jpg?v=v40

    3. lkarej
  2. what do yall dummies think?

    1. lkarej
    2. Salty

      Salty

      idiot i know who you are 

    3. lkarej

      lkarej

      same tbh

  3. I need to clean out a desktop machine and I don't have any canned air or one of those rechargeable canless air systems. However I do have an air compressor available and was wondering if I could use that instead. I don't know much about air compressors but this is a fairly beefy one and pulls a lot of current when it turns on, so much so that the lights flicker momentarily. I did hear that air compressors can sometimes blow out moisture and are not suitable for cleaning electronics. Is this true? Would it still be safe to use?
  4. haha don't you think they were (((forced))) to say that???
  5. Salty

    Help please

    please be a trap
  6. Salty

    Ip Adress Problems

    Yeah, IP addresses rarely correspond to the real-life location. When I try to geolocate my IP address it points to my ISP's Point of Presence (POP) - which is located in a major telecommunications exchange about 1000km away where my internet service hops from a Layer 2 Ethernet link onto their IP network.
  7. Salty

    Ip Adress Problems

    explain
  8. I need to know if the Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3 supports ECC memory and which memory modules specifically. I was under the impression that only the CPU needs to support ECC (which is why I'm buying a Xeon) but Gigabyte's website isn't very specific and only states that it's "non-ECC compatible". Can someone point me in the right direction? thanks
  9. Salty

    Raid using flash drive

    afaik you can't software raid in Windows with flash drives, Windows prevents you from creating RAID arrays with removable media
  10. Just connect it to the WAN port on the D-Link router then
  11. What is the model of the TP-Link? Sounds like you want to put it in bridge mode so it functions solely as a modem.
  12. Homelab is pretty much finished. Haven't deployed it yet, still waiting on a new BIOS chip from Germany because the Celeron only works on this board (B85M-ITX) with the latest BIOS and I don't have a spare Haswell chip to update it with. Once I get that I'll be installing pfSense on it, then I should be able to bridge it to our ADSL modem and have a working internet connection. Right now I've got an APC 950VA UPS, 450mm deep 6U server cabinet, Netgear JG516PE switch, Linksys LAPN300 POE Access Point and the pfSense box of course. Tried to do it on a budget but I still managed to empty half my bank account.

    homelab.jpg

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    2. Salty

      Salty

      Should be here in 2-3 months

    3. thekeemo

      thekeemo

      Fancy cabinet

    4. Salty

      Salty

      it was $80 AUD with free shipping, really good for the price. Most of the other 6U cabinets I was looking at were in the $150 range

  13. Salty

    Looking for good VDSL compliant modem/router

    However if you want me to find something right now I'd recommend the Vigor 130. http://www.draytek.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&layout=item&id=5240&Itemid=3810&lang=en Single LAN port but can easily be negotiated by adding a switch. Good bridge modem IMO. Otherwise there's this http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/cat-5030_TD-W9970.html The TP-Link is probably the cheapest VDSL modem you will find that supports vectoring etc...only has 4x 100Mb LAN ports though and N300 WiFi. Not to mention the DSL-AC68U. Kinda top-tier consumer hardware, not worth buying unless you have a lot of money to spend. I'd rather get a cheap modem/router and bridge to a good router. https://www.asus.com/au/Networking/DSLAC68U/
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