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divito

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About divito

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    Member

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    divito7
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    @matt_divito

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Barrie, Ontario
  • Interests
    Tech, sports, reading, writing, philosophy
  • Occupation
    Logistics and Operations Manager

System

  • CPU
    i5-4670
  • Motherboard
    MSI H81I
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB STRIX
  • Case
    Fractal Design Node 202
  • Storage
    Crucial MX300 525GB
  • PSU
    Corsair SF450
  • Display(s)
    24" BenQ XL2430T (main) - 2x BenQ GL2460HM - 40" Samsung TV
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-L9i
  • Keyboard
    Current daily is Varmilo VA87 with aluminum case, MX Greys and Galaxy Class Blank PBT set
  • Mouse
    Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse
  • Sound
    On-board with Klipsch Promedia 2.1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I let Google auto-fill. Considered using Last Pass but meh.
  2. divito

    Where to get long case fan screws

    Can you post a picture? I have an idea of what you mean but want to be sure.
  3. divito

    Setups for Plex?

    You can check this link for details. https://support.plex.tv/articles/201774043-what-kind-of-cpu-do-i-need-for-my-server/ In short, you should be more than fine.
  4. divito

    TV Series

    Going through my Plex TV shows, the only things I have that would be somewhat along the lines you're asking for: The X-Files Star Trek: TNG Sleepy Hollow Elementary (you say not really into Sherlock, but it's an alright "modern" adaptation) Nothing really much else is coming to mind at the moment.
  5. divito

    TV Series

    Or just be cool and watch them all.
  6. divito

    Apple is being sued because 2FA "takes too long"

    While I can attest that some companies and apps utilize 2FA in silly ways, constantly having me go grab my phone from another room, or check an e-mail for a code, it's ridiculous to sue over it. If I had the inclination to stop the inconvenience, most services are fairly easy to turn off 2FA.
  7. Hmm, lots to consider; I appreciate the recommendations. And what of something like this or perhaps a single slot motherboard? I agree that an old dual setup with 64GB of RAM is a bit overkill but the server was free, so I'm just trying to figure out what I can do with it that's cost-effective vs. fully building my own for backups and serving media.
  8. My current NAS is 4TB and is almost full. It is pretty ridiculous when it boots up. Quiets down a bit after but still, I understand lol
  9. It's an x3530 M4 with 2.5" bays.
  10. It's an x3530 M4 with 2.5" bays.
  11. Currently, I run Plex server off my main desktop which is fed from a NAS drive. I've always been looking to eventually make an actual separate box as a server. I was able to obtain a server that has 2 Xeon E5-2407s with 64GB of RAM - no drives. Now my questions to more informed people: 1. Is it cheaper to find a compatible motherboard that supports SATA, etc... and then start adding regular hard drives? 2. Are two Xeons just silly, and it'd be easier to find a single slotted board for this purpose? 2. Or is it going to be better to just fill it with 2TB 2.5" SAS drives? Kind of think this would be more expensive judging by a quick search? Any help/guidance would be appreciated.
  12. Hey man can you check my recent post and give me some feed back it looks like u know what ur talking about with the filco and ducky keyboards

  13. divito

    Seagate launches 14TB barracuda pro hard drive

    I'd consider it, but I would need two, as I would want an exact backup. I'm probably safer with 8TB to 10TB. I started with a 4TB drive and a second for backup but have since outgrown those so things are not mirrored as I'd like them to be. This would be a start but is rather large and expensive.
  14. At a consumer level, you can't. Maybe at Google or NASA or something, they might be able to use an algorithm to guess and alter the picture into barely showing "more" sharpness, but it's not like it is in the movies/TV shows as people have mentioned.
  15. divito

    Some Nintendo Switches are Developing Cracks

    Given the portability of the Switch, and the thin nature of the plastic in that region, it's going to be hard to say concretely whether it's solely related to heat and no other aspects of force, though 1 in 5 seems fairly high. Perhaps it's down to a certain regional/production batch that may be affected, as to why there hasn't been reports elsewhere. They'll just continue collecting information so as to how to approach it.
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