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Asonitez

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  1. I hope this is the right place... Profile/Use Case Power User, Reasonably Versed in Network, Work in IT AMD Ryzen 9 3950X/ 16GB RAM, 1080TI,.Crosshair VIII Mobo Main Use Case, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Illustrator, Moving Large files over network to NAS (SSD Arrays), Gaming. Current Network Linksys EA9500 Main Router & WIFI DLINK 24Port Switch Self Run Cat 6 Hardwire to Every Room ISP Bandwidth 1GB Down/30 Up Assume All desktops are hardwired All Laptops are Wireless All Cameras are Wireless Home 4,100 Sq/ft 2 Story Drywall Network Architecture ISP Modem > EA9500 Router > DLink Managed Switch > All rooms connect to switch > All Desktop PC's connect to switch Devices: 4 Iphone 10 (2.4/5ghz) 2 PS4 Pros 4 Laptops (2.4/5ghz) 4 Desktop PC (Wired) 4 Security Cameras (1080) 5 Firestick HD 5 Smart TV 3 iPads 15 Misc Wifi connected devices Current Problems: Slow WIFI Video Cameras, SLOW Wifi/WiFi Dropouts on Phones, Temporary WiFi Loss at Misc Wifi Devices I'm hoping to get suggestions of a proven Mesh Wifi System, or Router + WIRED Access Point System to replace the EA9500 which hasn't ever received a firmware upgrade and still has USB3 ports that are useless. I prefer a System with 4 Possible Access points or ability to add a 4th. ( Router + Access point upstairs) - 2 Access Points Downstairs Hopefully someone can help!
  2. I have an origin PC as well and while I went back and forth with dropping over 5k for a system (including accessories) it was totally worth it. They put more work into the system than I would have even if I was doing the work myself.
  3. Thanks so from what i gather maybe I'll shoot for 900 and then negotiate something a little lower. Of course I will clean and blow it out throughly including the fans and dust filters. years ago I bought an electronic duster for like 60 bucks and its powerful as hell. I always blow out my hardware on a regular basis and there's no smoking in my house so it's super clean. I did good cable Mgmt and I don't think I mentioned the included 256gb Intel ssd (which was faster than the Samsung at the time according to microcenter and cheaper.) I wasn't planning on selling anything here but thank you all for the feed back!
  4. What's my old computer worth? What you guys think a fair asking price is ?? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/sxx4yc the case and stuff is in excellent condition and I have all the extras for the mobo etc (if that makes a difference.) im hoping to sell that and my Dell 34" 3440 x1440 or w/e display to put towards a Asus predator 34".... Thanks in advance !!!
  5. I feel that goin with the x99 is what's currently the best and not necessarily what the future is. If the 6700k is the best right now..... In a bit better 6000 series with more cores will come out. I could upgrade the processor and stay current. With x99 I think I have another year at best. From some reading this seems to be the core sentiment. I have a quadcore cpu right now and haven't maxed it out I think. However, as I'm invested this much into a "custom" PC I might as well go balls to the wall. I wouldn't get the 5820, I'd probably got with the 30 for more lanes. I'm heavily leaning towards the rampage v if i go back to x99... I'm just afraid of buying current hardware that has adapted features of newer tech vs buying the newer tech which has native support. This is my thinking but I may be misinformed...
  6. My current PC is a sandy bridge from like 2009. I have been building PC for many years but this time around I wanted to buy something where j wasn't responsible for RMA and hardware issues etc. After I priced out the parts in newegg it came to within a few hundred bucks without any of the support. So build it cheaper advice taken but but not something I want to deal with now. USES: Webdesign (as a hobby) Heavy Gaming Research Occasional Video Encoding Webbrowsing P0rn Photo restoration Minor 3D modeling Minor CAD Working with video files in primere Monitor is 1 34" Dell Ultrasharp 3440x1440p curved ips display & 2 Catleap 27" ips aux displays (not plugged in) Questions: Is my build future proof a little bit? (Looking at 3-5 years before overhaul) Should I spring for a second 980ti in SLI? I'm taking Linus advice and going with 1 powerful single card. I figured what I pay for the second card I can use in a year to get another single powerful card. Since my board supports it ... Should I get another m.2 ssd and raid0 it for the ultimate in speed? Any board or processor change? Should I just go back to x99 because skylarks sucks ? The PC is bought and paid for but I can still make changes. ORIGIN PC - High Performance PCs Automated 1 GENESIS Details Orientation: Inverted Standard Color: Red Interior Color: Red Current Special Offers: Start The New Year Right Medium The ORIGIN Difference: ORIGIN PC Genesis - The Best Gaming Experience Guaranteed Variable Mounting: Inverted Case Lighting with Sentinel: Remote Controlled Multi-Colored LED with ORIGIN PC Sentinel Software Case Fans with Sentinel: ORIGIN PC High-Performance Ultra Silent Fans - Black System Cooling: ORIGIN FROSTBYTE 360 Sealed Liquid Cooling System for 1151 Socket Motherboard: GIGABYTE Z170X-Gaming G1 Processors: Intel Core i7 6700K Quad-Core 4.0GHz (4.2GHz TurboBoost) Thermal Compound: GELID GC-Extreme CPU Application Power Supply: 1000 Watt Corsair RM1000 Power Supply Sleeved Cable Color: White Individually Sleeved Cables Graphic Cards: Single 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980Ti - [VR Ready] Memory: 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2800MHz (4 X 8GB) Operating System: MS Windows 10 Home Operating System Drive #1 (Primary): 256GB Samsung 950 Pro PCIe m.2 Operating System Drive #2: 250GB Samsung 850 Evo Series HotSwap Drives RAID Configuration: RAID 0: For better speed and performance (2 or more identical drives needed) Hot Swap Bay Drive #1: 3TB ORIGIN PC Approved Hard Drive Hot Swap Bay Drive #2: 3TB ORIGIN PC Approved Hard Drive Hard Drive Cage: 5 Bay Hot-Swap Cage Optical Drive One: 12X Blu-ray Reader and DVD Combo Lower Unit: Hard Drive Mounts Audio: On Board High Definition 8-Channel Audio Networking: Onboard Network Port ORIGIN Maximum Protection Shipping Process: ORIGIN Wooden Crate Armor Warranty: Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Support and Lifetime Free Labor. 1 Year Part Replacement & 45 Day Shipping Warranty ORIGIN Recovery: ORIGIN Recovery USB3.0 Flash Drive Evolve Part Upgrade Service: No Part Upgrade Service Free ORIGIN PC T-shirt: ORIGIN PC T-Shirt Large Keyboards: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB LED Mechanical Keyboard Mouse: Corsair Gaming M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse Headsets: Corsair Gaming VOID Wireless Headset Game Discounts: Green Man Gaming Cloud Backup: Carbonite Apps: Steam (The Ultimate Online Game Platform) Apps: Razer Synapse 2.0 Web Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer/*Edge Web Browser: Google Chrome Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox
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