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Chaftalie

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About Chaftalie

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    Member

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  • Location
    here
  • Interests
    anything PC related
  • Occupation
    higher technical college

System

  • CPU
    8700K @ 5.1 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z370 Professional Gaming i7
  • RAM
    32GB TridentZ 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    1070zi zotac mini
  • Case
    bequiet Dark base 700
  • Storage
    1TB 970 Evo | 500GB 960 Evo | 2 x Seagate 4TB
  • PSU
    bequiet 650Watt
  • Display(s)
    3 x BenQ which are not even "good"
  • Cooling
    bequiet 360 all in one (that thing is horrible)
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black Widow
  • Sound
    Yamah XGU16
  • Operating System
    Win10 ore some sort of Linux Distro

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  1. Yep, I learned that the hard way ^^. I would love getting my hand on one of those ^^ Thanks for pointing that out I updated the main post.
  2. Thats a bummer, also the 2400G has only 8 lanes dedicated to the x16 Slot and I do not think there is any CPU for the AM4 sockel with integrated graphics and 16 lanes for the x16 Slot. What do you mean wit an second m.2 card? If I remember correctly, I heard that Zen3 will support PCIe 4.0. with that it would be possible to run their low end 3200G with 8 x PCIe 4.0 lanes multiplexed to 16x PCIe 3.0 Lanes?
  3. I probably have made this part a little unclear. It is an PC thats only used for minior things like as a apache server for testing websites or other similar things, it is running 24/7. It is not used as an user PC. (I will update the main post) But how do I do that? The BIOS I have got at the moment only can do two time 8 lanes as I understand it.
  4. Hi! I recently bought an ASUS x16 to 4x m.2 nvme to use my 4 x 1TB intel 660p as NAS storage. I thought about putting this card into my 24/7 PC (Ryzen 2200G ASRock X370 mini-ITX). EDIT: my "24/7" PC does not have a dedicated graphics card, what it has got is an, 2200G, ASRock X370 mini-ITX, 120GB SSD, some HDDs, 8GB Ram Its used as an testing server for websites, ftp servers, databases and so on... After some testing I got to the point of realization that that is not as easy as I thought... At first only one SSD worked after some searching in the BIOS I found an option to split the x16 PCIe into one x4 Slot or into two x8 slots. That made an second SSD work. After some researching I found out that this techology thats used here is called PCIe bifurcation. Apparently I was very lucky with my motherboard to get two SSDs working, because in this reddit post some guys said that only ASRock impliments bifurcation on some of their AM4 Boards (with that one beeing the only one besides its Brother the B350 Version of his board) Is there a very slime chance of getting a 4x4x4x4 bifurcation on this Board (or even another AM4 Board) working? If that is not possible, which consumer platform/Mobos implements PCIe bifurcation for that what I need?
  5. In general I would say an ryzen 1600 or 2600 or similar, but you would have to by an new motherboard so an 8400 would be the cheaper option. What motherboard do you have? EDIT: Your motherboard for an pentium G4560 Kaby lake is not kompatible with an coffee lake CPU as I suggested. With that I would recommen buying a Ryzen 2600 with an motherboard that fits that CPU
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    Clipboard Manager

    And I programmed a Clipboard manager myself in C# 2 months ago (I took it as a little Challange, because I was really boared at that time... I never searched online for an clipboard manager ^^)
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    Clipboard Manager

    win10 has a clipboard manager? Why did not I knew this till now? Thanks
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    Intel Confirms: Macs to switch to ARM by 2020.

    its definitelly possible as this video suggests:
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    Is my SSD dead or can be revived?

    Ho old is it and which model? You could try to unplug you sata cable (let the power cable plugged in!) boot into the BIOS wait for half an hour to an hour, reconnect your drive and try if it is running again. You also could try to update the firmware of the SSD but I do not think thats possible in the state of the SSD right now.
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    What's in my Dock/Taskbar thread

    On my taskbar is nothing except the time wlan and some windows nonsense you cannot turn off.... also my desktop is pretty much empty I only use it for test files. and the recycle bin of course (;
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    Eclipse P300 and mATX?

    I would go with an ATX board, you will have more space to expand, more pcie slots, more sata ports, mor m2. slots also it will look better and should not be more expensive.
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    Dell Optiplex Case with custom mainboard

    just use an multimeter to indentify the buttons andif you want to connect the leds use an 3.3V battery cell to identify them just do not let the leds burn for to long with the 3.3V battery it could burn htem...
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    Dell Optiplex Case with custom mainboard

    You will just have to find out what cable connect to what button or led and connect them to the right part of the mobo. It should not be to difficult (;
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    Which frickin server?

    A standard vanilla server can be run with 1 to 4GB ram for10 people. It really depends on how you want to play, if you want do things like scicraft (ilmango YT) than you need a server with mor than 8Gigs I would really recommend renting a server that will be the cheapest for you. I ve got some proLiant and other 19" servers at home and they use a lot of power, 30 to 60€ per month (35USD to 70USD) A renting a server with similar performance will cost a fraction of that
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    Getting a little too excited

    Your link does not work, it links o this post.
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