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Snipergod87

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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Disk Cloning?   
    If your cloning software only gives you a 1TB partition (from the cloned data) you can expand it to the full 3TB in the Windows Disk Management utility, but most cloning software will see the size difference and let you utilize the full space with the click of a button.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from General Winter in Which resolution would you choose for gaming?   
    Only 3 options.
    I would choose 1440p 144Hz or above
    4K is terrible for the windows desktop without some terrible display scaling, and 1080p is not a good match for a 1080 Ti and the resolution to to small IMO.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Disk Cloning?   
    If your cloning software only gives you a 1TB partition (from the cloned data) you can expand it to the full 3TB in the Windows Disk Management utility, but most cloning software will see the size difference and let you utilize the full space with the click of a button.
  4. Informative
    Snipergod87 got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Disk Cloning?   
    If your cloning software only gives you a 1TB partition (from the cloned data) you can expand it to the full 3TB in the Windows Disk Management utility, but most cloning software will see the size difference and let you utilize the full space with the click of a button.
  5. Informative
    Snipergod87 got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Disk Cloning?   
    If your cloning software only gives you a 1TB partition (from the cloned data) you can expand it to the full 3TB in the Windows Disk Management utility, but most cloning software will see the size difference and let you utilize the full space with the click of a button.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from Legolessed in Is there a pci to pcie adapter?   
    Also PCI's bandwidth assuming that's a 33Mhz bus (it would be) is 133MB/s, a 1x link at PCI Express 1.0 is much faster.  There is not going to be a simple convert PCI to PCI-Express as the signals are not at all compatiable.
    If you want to mine buy a new motherboard, which will require a different case as you have a BTX board.
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    Snipergod87 reacted to TheSLSAMG in CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT CPU THIS IS???   
    An Intel Core 2 Duo P8700.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from Nacimota in Server 2008 & Hyper-V   
    Yeah that done quite often, I had it setup in 08 R2 at one point.. Having two seperate NIC's isnt a requirement.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from Cyberspirit in The horror that is Intel Customer Support   
    I had to RMA an E3-1240v5 (stopped detecting RAM) a few weeks ago, took about 30 minutes through live chat support and I paid for the advanced RMA replacement (including 2 way shipping) and got the replacement CPU the next day (was overnighted)
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    Snipergod87 reacted to mok in i dont know what case i want!!!!   
    PCMR community forums would be so much more calm and collected if people would just choose function over form ...as in just get a Fractal Design Define R5 with no window
     
    and call it a day
     
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from sazrocks in What is this connector called?   
    I bet you those are adapters for specific server motherboards.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from dndfm in can any usb-c port be used to charge a laptop   
    No it wont be able to charge like that, the only power input is the DC jack which has that connector stuck in it.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from [REDACTED] in Admin acc. does not have permission to delete file   
    Admin almost has full privileges as you have found out some things prevent this (think I recall something about a using the local "system" account, I know there is a work around in Windows for it but I cannot remember it.  Easier thing to do it book a live Linux Distro and browse to that drive and delete the file(s) as Linux ignores NTFS permissions.
     
    You can try this in Windows which will give you command prompt as the local system account which you can browse and then delete the file (possibly)
    https://specopssoft.com/blog/how-to-become-the-local-system-account-with-psexec/
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from Lord Nicoll in WTF is with my school pcs.   
    Probably not nearly that much, educations get a huge discount.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from chris cooper in Dual Gigabit Ethernet NIC   
    Many people make this mistake that LACP will double the speed, it won't do that to a single client (like PC to NAS) it is designed for multiple different streams, in order to see a bandwidth bump you will need 10gBe networking or direct 10gbe between PC and NAS
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from chris cooper in Dual Gigabit Ethernet NIC   
    Many people make this mistake that LACP will double the speed, it won't do that to a single client (like PC to NAS) it is designed for multiple different streams, in order to see a bandwidth bump you will need 10gBe networking or direct 10gbe between PC and NAS
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from rheyL in PC Restarts when gaming / benchmark   
    9 Times out of 10 its a power supply issue.
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    Snipergod87 got a reaction from Vandorlot in What should Power Wattage should I use?   
    Brand matters / quality a lot, but you honestly don't need more than 300w when you dont have a GPU
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