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About VinZie

  • Title
    Fucking nerd.
  • Birthday 2001-10-09

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  • Gender
  • Location
    New Hampshire
  • Interests
    Computing, Programming, Software Development, Gaming
  • Biography
    A 16 year old living life.
  • Occupation
    Student - Sophomore


  • CPU
    x4 Xeon E5-2699 V4 22 Core Processors
  • Motherboard
    Supermicro X9QRi-F+ Server Board
  • RAM
    Adamanta 1TB (32x32GB) ECC Registered Memory
  • GPU
    x2 NVIDIA Quadro GP100 16GB VRAM
  • Case
    SuperChassis 848E16-R1K62B
  • Storage
    x2 Intel - DC P3608 10TB PCI-E SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 80+ Titanium
  • Display(s)
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Cherry MX Red Switches
  • Mouse
    Razer Death Adder Chroma

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  1. VinZie

    Network upgrade problem

    Are you running ethernet or wifi?
  2. VinZie

    Stuck at Starting Windows

    Try switching RAM slots or just running one stick
  3. VinZie

    i'm going crazy with this packet loss

    How much does your ISP push for traffic?
  4. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    WiFi signals get weaker when they have to go through materials such as concrete, metal, plywood, drywall etc. That is what could be causing problems.
  5. VinZie

    i'm going crazy with this packet loss

    Do you have people in your home that use the same network and could be using Netflix or any other service that can disrupt network speeds?
  6. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    Breakers wouldn't emit large amounts of it to where it will disrupt data transfer but I would for sure recommend trying a more open space and not in such a closed area.
  7. I thought the Swedish were better than this.
  8. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    Also not to sound hostile, but if you're so adamant that it will hurt, why do you want to put it there?
  9. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    Referring to a website, the UK runs 230/240V at 50Hz. To answer your other question, ethernet can experience issues because of electromagnetic induction. If you wanna learn about it look it up. While taking networking at school we have racks full of routers and switches and we have power on the bottom of the racks, I think they're breakers I would have to ask my networking teacher but we run 6 routers and 6 switches and we use WiFi at some points I have personally never experienced problems while running WiFi in the racks. If you really want your answer just do a simple test.
  10. VinZie

    How can we use case fans for external uses

    The external monitor will use just your regular outlet to power. The USB hub will use your USB from your computer and from there your keyboard and mouse can just be either connected to the hub or the computer. If you want to run fans try looking for a external laptop fan cooler on amazon. I wouldn't open the motherboard and connect wire to just run basic fans.
  11. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    Please reply with anymore concerns! I am always here to help.
  12. VinZie

    Western Digital Blue vs Black 1TB

    I run a blue personally. You wouldn't have any problems.
  13. VinZie

    2 case fans enough for budget build?

    Yeah that doesn't sound bad. Go ahead and stick it in the front so you have airflow throughout the entire system.
  14. VinZie

    Bunch of games coming out today

    That is a good way to start my school vacation!
  15. VinZie

    Will circuit breaker affect Wi-Fi signal (photo attached)

    While a shielded Cat5/6 cable is designed to protect itself from outside interferance, it isn't recommended to run them side-by-side to your electrical wiring. Typical is to run electrical down one stud and the Cat5/6 down a different stud. WiFi signals are different, WiFi uses frequencies to send signals, these frequencies are 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Electrical doesn't output frequencies like those. Typically, either 110-volt AC (110V) or 220-volt AC (220V) is used. Most countries use 50Hz (50 Hertz or 50 cycles per second) as their AC frequency. Only a handful use 60Hz. The standard in the United States is 120V and 60Hz AC electricity. A microwave for example because when you run a microwave it outputs 5GHz frequencies which if you are in school or at an office and someone uses a microwave and you are on WiFi it would usually disrupt the connection.