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Lurick

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About Lurick

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  • Battle.net
    Lurick#1277
  • Discord
    Lurick#6340
  • Heatware
    https://www.heatware.com/u/111351/to
  • Star Citizen
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  • Steam
    TheHackMan
  • Twitch.tv
    luricken

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    127.0.0.1 (RTP, NC)
  • Occupation
    Network Engineer - Breaker of all the things!

System

  • CPU
    i9-7900X @ 4.7GHz - 1.230v
  • Motherboard
    Asus X299-E Strix
  • RAM
    64GB G.Skill TridentZ 3000MHz RGB LED @ 3400MHz
  • GPU
    2x EVGA GTX 980Ti SC+ ACX2.0+
  • Case
    CaseLabs SMA8
  • Storage
    480GB Intel 900p Optane SSD + 2x Crucial 2TB SSDs
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i
  • Display(s)
    27" XB271HU
  • Cooling
    Custom Hardline Loop
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB w/ Cherry MX-Red Keys
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar PRO RGB Black
  • Sound
    Corsair Void Pro RGB Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-Bit Pro
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Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. Lurick

    Anyone else seeing this ?!?!

    He's removed several of my comments as well, and when I posted about Britec09's comment being gone that was removed after a couple minutes as well.
  2. Lurick

    REDUNDANT SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION

    So what you're asking is for us to help you completely redo an entire company's systems for redundancy?
  3. Lurick

    Anyone else seeing this ?!?!

    LTT is part of an MCN but TechQuicke and the other channels are not. The MCN that LTT is under is Full Screen I believe. They talked about it on the latest (but currently unavailable) WAN show
  4. Lurick

    why is LTT attacking Carey Holzman?

    They aren't. This is YouTube's automated system, not LTT themselves.
  5. Lurick

    CCNA Lab Help

    Not really sure what the current CCNA blueprint looks like but I know they pushed down OSPF and other stuff into it a while back so I assume that's still there. Multiple routers could be for load balancing, multiple connections out to practice with adjusting priority/metrics for routing protocols and whatnot, or a whole host of other things.
  6. Lurick

    CCNA Lab Help

    Most are designed around going past just the CCNA and usually toss in extra routers for the CCNP studies as well, or for extra practice.
  7. You can turn on the options under: Under Phone > Settings > Caller ID & Spam Should be two options, turn them on Depending on your phone provider they can offer the option to block anonymous and unknown callers as well so they won't eve hit your phone.
  8. Lurick

    Where is Ivan and Luke

    Off-Topic doesn't count towards post count.
  9. Lurick

    LTT is hacking youtube likes

    Welcome to YouTube circa 2008-ish This has been a thing with YouTube not counting views correctly for a long time.
  10. Lurick

    Gaming GPU Needed

    You might as well have said "What brand of toaster is the best" because without more information there are too many factors, the main one being what is your budget?
  11. Lurick

    AMD or INTEL?

    What type of games? What resolution? What GPU are you pairing it with? What sort of FPS numbers are you targeting? In some games Intel wins out whereas in others it doesn't matter and depending on a number of other factors it could be a moot point.
  12. Lurick

    Where is Ivan and Luke

    Don't want to pry into the situation, just want to say I'm sure (and I hope) it's on good terms
  13. Lurick

    What's everybody's SSID called?

    Skynet, SkynetIOT, Skynet v2.0 The first is general, the second is for IoT devices, and the third is 5GHz only (the first two are dual band)
  14. You know, "best effort" is tossed around a lot but is nowhere defined who determines what's "best effort" has/should/etc. been or will be made. Maybe I'm a copyright holder and I determine that because you don't have AI filters in place and a team of people scanning every upload to your service then you haven't made a "best effort". If you look at the text below, it's basically saying (at least from what I can read) the rights holder gets to determine what's "best effort" but even that's vague as heck. If unauthorised works and other subject matter become available despite the best efforts made in cooperation with rightholders as required by this Directive, the online content sharing service providers should be liable in relation to the specific works and other subject matter for which they have received the relevant and necessary information from rightholders,unless they demonstrate that they have made their best efforts pursuant to high industry standards of professional diligence. In addition, where specific unauthorised works or other subject matter have become available on the services, including irrespective of whether the best efforts were made and regardless of whether right holders have made available the necessary information in advance, the online content sharing service providers should be liable for unauthorised acts of communication to the public of works and other subject matter, when upon receiving a sufficiently substantiated notice, they fail to act expeditiously to remove from their websites or disable access to the notified works and subject matter. Additionally, these services should also be liable if they fail to demonstrate that they have made their best efforts to prevent the future uploads of specific unauthorised works, based on relevant and necessary information provided by rightholders for that purpose.
  15. Lurick

    Question about careers in I.T.

    Yah, security is a hot field and there are definitely a good number of hard certs out there
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