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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    Just a question, What if I use 32 gb(16x2) for the ram, and give 8gb(4gbx2) to unraid? could that work?
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    Just to see if I am understanding you. 32gb of ram: 12GB each VM = 24Gb unraid = 8gb Thanks, I actually didn't think of that.
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    No worries. Yes I have been thinking about the mini Itx rout. As I want everything to be compacted. I am looking to keep the machine for about 4years min.
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    HI, thanks for the advice. I am looking at 2x ASRock Phantom Gaming X RX 590 8G OC 8GB
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    Hi everyone! ( I know this is a re-posting, but I was told by some one in the CPU/ motherboard part of the forum to also post here for help) I would like to build 2 virtualised computers off 1 CPU. I have experience building normal computers. But I have no clue as to what I should be looking for when building a virtualised pc. My gut is telling me that I should be looking for some kind of virtualisation support on my motherboard. I am looking at using second hand parts. I was thinking of going with either threadripper 1950 or ryzen 7 2700 based system. I was thinking of paring that up with 2 AMD 590s (ASRock Phantom Gaming X RX 590 8G OC 8GB) In terms of HDD(samsung EVO 860) and SSD. A normal 2.5 inc SSD 2 TB(About 1TB per person) and 8TB storage(4 TB per person). G.Skill AEGIS 32 GB 3000MHZ ram (16GB each) EVGA 750W PSU ( When I went online to check out how much power I need. It was roughly 545w so to be on the safe side 750w) For the 2700 plan, I was going to go with the Asus Prime x470 pro gaming motherboard. For the Threadripper build I was looking at the Asus Rog Strix x399-E gaming But my gut is telling me that I need to be looking for something in the spec sheet. But I am not to sure as to what. Are these good for virtualized computers. If not do you have any recommendations and any hints to you can give me(build and set up. P.s I will be moving into a very small place for my wife and I thats why the 2 gamers cpu. 2 computers will take up too much space. Thanks J
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    We will soon be moving into our new place and it is only 48m2 ( for the whole house). That's why one pc. Thanks for the recs I will look into it.
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    I would live to do that, but I live in Korea. And space is kind of a premium here and in terms of space having two pcs for my wife and I, is not practical So this was my solution to her. She is happy with it. But thanks for the advice about the 570/580 I look into it
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    2 gamers 1 cpu

    Thanks I will ask there too.
  9. Hi everyone! Would like to build 2 virtualised computers off 1 CPU. I have experience building normal computers. But I have no clue as to what I should be looking for., when building a virtualised My gut is telling me that I should be looking for some kind of virtualisation support on my motherboard. I am looking at using second hand parts. I was thinking of going with either threadripper 1950 or ryzen 7 2700 based system. I was thinking of paring that up with 2 AMD 590s (ASRock Phantom Gaming X RX 590 8G OC 8GB) In terms of HDD(samsung EVO 860) and SSD. A normal 2.5 inc SSD 2 TB(About 1TB per person) and 8TB storage(4 TB per person). G.Skill AEGIS 32 GB 3000MHZ ram (16GB each) EVGA 750W PSU ( When I went online to check out how much power I need. It was roughly 545w so to be on the safe side 750w) For the 2700 plan, I was going to go with the Asus Prime x470 pro gaming motherboard. For the Threadripper build I was looking at the Asus Rog Strix x399-E gaming But my gut is telling me that I need to be looking for something in the spec sheet. But I am not to sure as to what. Are these good for virtualized computers. If not do you have any recommendations and any hints to you can give me(build and set up. Thanks J
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    Win 7 Install LOOP

    Hi I have tried that. When it reboots it says no operating system. Oop. not HDD I mean SSD Thanks
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    Win 7 Install LOOP

    Hi Thanks for reading this. Computer: Samsung Sens RV511 My wife gave me the computer her mother is using. She says its slow. So I put in more ram. The computer detects it fine. I put in a new SSD. I am trying to install windows. But, it is in a boot loop. It loads the files then attempts to start windows, but then it restarts and does the same thing over and over. Boot order USB ( Windows 7 installation method) SSD DVD rom There are other things but I have disabled all but the ones shown above. I did the diagnostics check. everything's fine
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    Randomly no temps on GTX 950

    I used MSIs software overclock program. Thanks for the advice... I will give it a try
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    Randomly no temps on GTX 950

    Hi, I recently tried to overclock my GTX950. It seems stable, I have run benchmarks and games for hours, and everything runs fine( everything is smooth). But when I go and check temps and its clock speed. There is no reading at all. al 0. Even with GPU-Z when I restart the PC, It starts reading again. Thanks
  14. Thanks so much for the advice!! So just upgrade the ram to 16GB and GPU. I was thinking of the GTX 1070ti.
  15. HI I want to upgrade the motherboard and ram of my computer, but after looking at recent youtube videos, I have been thinking about rather changing over to Ryzen. I would like a second opinion. I currently have an intel 6600k and an H170/pro motherboard( slight overclocking features) with 8GB of ram. Or do you think I should just spend the extra money on changing my GPU. I have the gtx 950 2gb. Thanks
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