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About CoinDuckling369

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  • Birthday 1989-09-21

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    The Netherlands


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B350-Plus
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Elite 8GB (2x4GB) 2666MHz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 1050TI 4GB
  • Case
    Corsair Spec-02
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450M
  • Display(s)
    2X LG 24 Inch Full HD, 1X Salora 24 Inch HD Ready :|
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire
  • Keyboard
    Acer OEM Keyboard :( (Updgrading to Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2)
  • Mouse
    MadCatz M.M.O. TE (Upgrading to Razer Mamba Touranment)
  • Sound
    Philips DTM3170
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Proffesional
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  1. It is our own office with only a few staff members so it is not a huge office building but for security it is not smart to do it this way if I understand it right? We were actually thinking about SFTP for file access from anywhere, I will look into the printer thing further. The current cable connection supports IPSec, I don't know about the glass fiber yet because we don't have it yet. But this can be an option maybe. If I understand you right you connect the network virtually to the other one so that you are virtually inside the office network?
  2. Dear LTT-Community, Next to my house we are building an office. Inside this office we will get glass fiber internet. In our house we have cable internet. Is there a way to connect these networks to eachother so we can for example access all the printers and network storage from the office in the house? Thanks, Kind Regards, Sven
  3. Dear LTT Community, This morning when I booted my PC everything looks normal. But then I tried to use my Razer Kraken USB headset I saw that it did not have any power. I tried it with an 16 GB USB, same thing. I tried an USB HDD and it got power but was not showing up on Windows. I think that it got power because my Asus MB has AI Charger to charge your phone when the PC is turned off. Also my card reader in my PC did not work. This card reader is connected with internal USB 2.0 and my front panel USB is connected with internal USB 3.0 I restarted my PC to see what happened. Inside the bios all USB storage devices were detected and my Kraken headset was turned on (I know this because the rgb lights were on) when I logged in on Windows everything turned off. When I connected the peripherals to the backside USB ports they all worked. I thought maybe it was something with the drivers. But in device manager it says that I have the newest USB controller drivers and I installed driver toolkit it also said it was fine. My motherboard is an Asus Prime B350-Plus Thanks, ~Sven
  4. Yeah, but they are really expensive so I will just fabricate something with an Arduino thank for you help btw
  5. All right, Thanks for your reply But is there also some kind of software controller?
  6. Dear LinusTechTips Community, I bought some of components on an Craigslist alternative in my country. I bought an HP Pro 3500 MT motherboard, i3 3320, 4 gb ddr3 and a GTX 970 for €65. I want to build the components inside an case with side panel window and rgb lights inside. I do not want to waste much money on it so I found some cheap rgb fans, led strips and rgb ram heatsinks on aliexpress. They all have regular rgb connectors and are compatible with ASUS Aura, MSI Mystic Light and Gigabyte RGB Fusion etc. But my HP motherboard does not have such an rgb header. So I was wondering. What kind of controller could I buy to power all the rgb leds? Thanks, ~Sven
  7. Even in English it shows the same thing, but I don't really mind. It is nice to show people , I posted it just to show it to people but still, thanks for your help
  8. Hello LTT Community, When I started Windows 7 on an old HP laptop and when I looked into the system information and I saw the following thing (see image) The clock frequent was 6383.18 GHz according to the information page. Is this normal? ~Sven
  9. Wew, thank you. I just read straight over it thanks for your reply
  10. Dear LinusTechTips Community, I have an old motherboard laying around (ASUS P5V-X SE) and i was wondering what the best cpu is that it supports, i found a list but i don’t know which one is the best: http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-ASUS/P5V-X_SE.html Thanks, ~Sven
  11. i did a lookup of the specs and it looks like you need some more wattage, I think you need to look at a SFX PSU, and if you really need the space you should open the psu and put the components in your case
  12. Which Ryzen 3 chip How much ram HDD / SSD? @Allptraum1989
  13. You should look at something like a PicoPSU like this one: https://www.ebay.com/itm/DC-12V-300W-Pico-PSU-PC-ATX-Power-Supplies-Atom-Htpc-Mini-ITX-Car-Power-Supply-/123004339169