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LunaP0n3

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About LunaP0n3

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1996-10-02

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5 6600 Skylake
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B150M PLUS D3
  • RAM
    2x 4GB Kingston ValueRAM + 2x 4GB Kingston HyperX
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti
  • Case
    Thermaltake Versa H23
  • Storage
    480GB Kingston SUV400 SSD + 2x 4TB Seagate Barracuda's + 1 WD Blue 6TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM550x
  • Display(s)
    1x ASUS VC239 @ 1920x1080 + ViewSonic VA521 + LG L194WT
  • Cooling
    Stock Intel CPU Cooler, 3x 120mm intake, 1x 120mm exhaust, 1x 80mm Intel CPU Fan
  • Keyboard
    Coolermaster Devastator II
  • Mouse
    Coolermaster Devastator II
  • Sound
    Realtek High Definition Audio --> Sony CMT-SBT40D
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 x64 v1803 (Spring Creator's Update)
  • PCPartPicker URL

Contact Methods

  • Twitter
    Tweet Tweet!
  • Google+
    Google this, Google that.
  • Facebook
    Schmuckbook
  • Skype
    Phone and Vid calls, internetz edition
  • Discord
    He's reformed, right?
  • MSN
    AOL, Microsoft edition
  • Steam
    http://steamcommunity.com/id/LunaP0n3/
  • Battle.net
    How everyone used to play Warcraft 3 online
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    Technology, 'specially Computers
    Educating my family about Computers
    My Little Pony (Yes, I am a brony)
  • Occupation
    Running a Facebook Page

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  1. How fast is the LTT member's internet connection?

    Not bad for what I usually get. Tested on a Netgear Nighthawk M1 with 4 bars of signal in a rural location. The local tower hasn't got quad band aggregation yet, so this is pretty much average.
  2. Help me with Windows 7!

    Do you have 8GB of RAM in this laptop? There's an easier option. Load Win10 as the main OS for the system, then use Virtualbox to run the different versions of Windows.
  3. Double check power connections to MB and other system components, and clear the BIOS by shorting the appropriate jumper for your MB.
  4. Seagate Ironwolfs making noise

    I'd wager that the settings you can choose will vary from model to model of drive.
  5. Seagate Ironwolfs making noise

    2 6TBs and an 8TB? I'm envious.
  6. Seagate Ironwolfs making noise

    Possible, or that the drives don't support the features. I'd suspect that because these Ironwolf drives are top of the line drives, they omit them to ensure the best performance possible in NASes and RAID arrays.
  7. Seagate Ironwolfs making noise

    Having no experience with Ironwolves though, I can't say if this is just a quirk with these drives. I once came across a 750GB Hitachi 7200RPM 2.5inch model that actually made knocking sounds at random intervals, but the drive never died as a result.
  8. Seagate Ironwolfs making noise

    I use a program called Hard Disk Sentinel. Download the trial version and see it will allow you to change the power settings. Look for the HDD with a speaker icon up in the top left of the window.
  9. It might still be detecting the HDD as having a valid OS to boot from. Copy off all the data you want from the HDD somewhere else, reformat the drive, and reload it with the data you transferred over.
  10. Question - Servers and NAS

    WD has an excellent lineup of ready made NASs. https://www.wdc.com/products/personal-cloud-storage.html I can personally say the My Cloud line is easy enough to configure. You just plug it in to your router and do a little setup and boom. You can also access the unit from anywhere through the my cloud site. Use them to store all my backed up DVDs and Blu-Rays. You can go for a dual drive unit if you are looking for redundancy, but my 2 single units are still working fine from 2015. The only caveat with the single units is if the drive inside dies, the unit is tricky to get going again with a new drive. -Single drive models range in capacity from 2-8TB -Dual drive models range in capacity from 2-16TB
  11. Question - Servers and NAS

    Just looking to store personal stuff on it? Or are you looking for something extra?
  12. Easy enough. Slide it in, push it down and apply the screw. The antenna connectors are absolutely tiny thogh.
  13. Tried it all. Nothing. The new one i actually had to block one of the pins to get the bluetooth to work.
  14. Mine was a Broadcom Mini PCI-E 2.4G / Bluetooth one that came stock in my Acer E1-571 Laptop. Don't know why it happened, but i suspected the adapter had just gone bad.
  15. Might have to replace the card. I had my laptop's original do the same on me, so I took to time and upgraded to a dual band wireless ac card.
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