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stratege1401

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About stratege1401

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    Member
  • Birthday 1969-01-14

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    France

System

  • CPU
    i7-7700K CPU @ 4.2GHz OC 4.89GHz
  • Motherboard
    Sabertooth TUF Z270 Mk1
  • RAM
    16 G'Skill F4-3866C.18-4GTZ
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080Ti FTW3
  • Case
    Be Quiet 900 Pro
  • Storage
    Grenoble
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 1000
  • Display(s)
    IIyama G-Master GB2888UHSU
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62
  • Keyboard
    X-Perct K100 Spirit of Gamer
  • Mouse
    Logitech G300
  • Sound
    Internal
  • Operating System
    W10 Pro 64
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. For those who dont have the luck to be connected on FTTH, i am having now the French ISP ORANGE with a 1GBs/300Mbs connection: https://boutique.orange.fr/internet/offres-fibre/livebox-up I am about to switch to another ISP called FREE, witch just unveil a new freebox generation: https://www.free.fr/freebox/ This ISP is providing 2 boxes. A server box ( like a homemade router ) and a player box ( for TV connection or else ) Specs for the new boxes are: SERVER: FTTH 10GBs/1GBs or hybrid xDSL/4G 200Mbits/60Mbits quad-Core ARMv8 Snapdragon 835 Qualcomm APQ8098 QI wireless chargeur NAS 4HDD integrated, with a native 1TO/HDD ( 2.5 format ) WiFi 802.11 AC Bluetooth 4.1 2 Gbits ports 4 Eth ports Entrée S/PDIF HDM 2.1 et ARC 1 port USB 3.0 2 ports USB-C 3.0 TNT(DTV) input Phone DECT an some other stuff like included alexa services and so PLAYER: The players box is in fact an hybrid box, with 4K/HD capabilities mix up with a DEVIALET sound box ! https://www.devialet.com/fr-fr/ https://www.frandroid.com/telecom/554341_prise-en-main-de-la-freebox-delta As i dont really care about this box, i wont really talk about it. Stay tune for unboxing, plugin and speedtest A nice youtube giving some idea of the beast !
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    New I7-7700K build Work Finished

    digging up this thread almost 18 month later. I am almost still happy but run in a problem last month. My rig stop working suddenly, no more post. Ligth on, but blank screen, no beep, no nothing. When disabling XMP profile, my system POST correctly. Some voltage issue: Two posibilities, CPU or memory. After some manipulation, i found out some of my memory went bad. My bank three for my "G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3866C18-4GTZ" I was thinking to buy another kit of the same brand model but turn out i need a little bit more memory, and also the F4-3866C18-4GTZ is no longer in production, plus is not listed on the QVL list. As the motherboard seem ok, i switched to [Trident Z RGB] F4-3600C16Q2-64GTZR Now, everythings works fine again.
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    floatplanes server

    Living in europe, with a 1GB symetric FTTH link, i feel the floatplanes severs slow, long to start ... after the 10-15 secondes waits, everithing fine, most of the time....
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    How fast is the LTT member's internet connection?

    Unfortunately, yes. This is Orange, contract called jet fiber, supposed to be a 300/200 for 49 euros. But in France, there is also a provider called FREE witch is selling another FTTH for 29.99 euros with no restriction. 1Gbs/gbs ... Hope to switch soon ...
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    Android system updates policy

    guess what, i've pick up the good day to start this thread. Oneplus just gave away his software maintenance schedule: https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/oneplus-software-maintenance-schedule.862347/ would be nice to have clarity like this from others company
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    Thread For Tech Quickie Video Suggestions

    Hello. I did not know this thread but i would be interested to have some explanation about roll-up for Android. I originaly posted this thread here:
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    How fast is the LTT member's internet connection?

    Hello, FTTH from Orange/France. http://www.speedtest.net/result/7445005638
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    Android system updates policy

    Thank you for this incredibly complicate and so nice graphic explanation !! This answer a part of my question only, unfortunatly. Your graphic explain the hard process of updating an android phone device over his life span. In my case, i am just talking about a simple phatblet, using wifi only, technicaly design less than 5 month ago ( Asus design for Z301MF is february 2018, Android O is available since june 2017 ). The Tablet hardware is: MediaTek MT8163A witch gets full Android 8 support ( https://www.mediatek.com/news-events/press-releases/mediatek-socs-are-optimized-and-ready-for-android-oreo-go-edition ) ARM MALI T720-MP2 Android 8 support ( https://developer.arm.com/products/software/mali-drivers ) My question is why Android 7 was choosen for such a brand new hardware ? It is like Boing or Airbus are going back to propellers for the 2018 airplanes ... or microsoft installing windows 3.11 on their hardware instead of windows 10 ( witch, in that case might be better after all ). This would be a nice video subject for Linus team !
  9. ask louis rossman from rossman group ...
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    Android system updates policy

    Hello all. Dear Linus team, My question is relative to ASUS zenpad tablets and their android system ( and by extention all products ).Today, i have TWO zenpad tablets:- More than one year ago, i bought a (model designed in september 2016) Z500M witch came with Android 6 and later, was updated to Android 7 and Android 8. Witch is rare enought to be pinpoint.- A week ago, after stupidly breaking my z500m screen, i bought a fev 2018 Z301MF, witch is ship with Android 7. After an officiel question about Android 8 update to ASUS ( Service No=E1807017067 ), it seem no update plan are made for this Z301MF.I can't understand why such a brand new hardware is not coming with the latest, most secure, most advance Android system. I can't understand why this Z301MF was build with knowned hardware who are not supported by Andoid 8.Is this stupidity, is this laziness, or is this disrespect for customers ?? - Stupidity: lack of intelligence during hardware pick-up process ? Also called furniture politic !- Laziness: lack of willingness to provide high end hardware ? The older the better ?- Disrespect: with all those news about security holes in hardware/software, distributing an old andoid system is a non-sense on a marketing side? Who the Fxxxx cares, after all you are just a customer.Last week, Google Makes it Mandatory for OEMs to Roll Out Android Security Updates Regularly. So i would ask what about making Mandatory for OEMs to roll out the latest Android version with brand new hardware ??After buying the brand new Z301MF, i just feel like having bought the latest microsoft surface with a windows 3.11 on it.I would like to have some kind of insite explanation for this software politic ?!!!!!! And i think this would be some kind of high value video from your team.Thanks.
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    Using Old Computer as NAS - Suggestions? Tips?

    just did one here : First, what is the type of raid you want to create ? - no raid, software raid, PCI controlor for harware raid .... This will drive you r options for the hardware. If, like me, you choose a raid6 config ( 32TO ), you will need a minimum of 6 HDD for the array. You can ether run the OS from another disk, or from a e-sata device, or from an usb3.0 stick/hdd/ssd. You will need a minimum of 6 sata ports on your motherboard. Second, what OS do you want to run ? - A windows based system, or a Linux, or a freenas/openmediavault/rockstor system ??? This will drive your options for the CPU. I choose to run Debian, on a AMD A8-6500 CPU, with 8 GO ram. This is almost to much power ! Third, scapability and durability of your system. - Easy hot plug maintenance, or shutdown maintenance. My Icy dock fatcage support hot-swap HDD exchange. Also, it help to cool the HDD Fourth: usage. - Is it a simple NAS sitting box on a local network or is it a real internet appliance. Do you plan to have other services running on it. FTP/Webdav/LDAP/ or multimedia station + fileserver +printserver .... This is also to be consider when choosing the OS. Backup: a NAS is not a backup system. - fire, flooding, electrical problem will definitely kill and destroy your NAS, and all your data will be lost. You will definitly need to backup your data. My choose is: First level storage for my data are my laptops, smartphones and tablets ... Seconde level, is my NAS as a cloud ( https acces, synch apps ). Store locally in my home, behind a FTTH 1GO synchone line. Third and final level. A online backup, every weeks, to Backblaze backup ( Unlimited files. Unlimited file size. Unlimited speed. )
  12. still waiting for my HDD delivery to finish my system... Used 5 old 1TO HDD from various brand to create a Raid6 arry
  13. Finaly make it. Nextcloud serveur based on Debian 9.3, Nextcloud 13 Old case + Icy Dock FatCage MB153SP-B ( 2 )based A8-6500 8GO , 32Go SSD + 8*6TO HDD 4.9.0-5-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.65-3+deb9u2 (2018-01-04) Raid6 build with MDAMD + LVM / apache 2.4.29 / lets-encrypt CA / php 7.0.27 / 10.1.26-MariaDB / mysqlnd 5.0.12/ phpadmin 4.6.6deb4 / Redis server v=3.2.6 / HTTP2 / Fail2Ban + abuseIPBD
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    New Phone

    ONE Plus FIVE...
  15. stratege1401

    New I7-7700K build Work Finished

    Back from holidays... Latest, final and stable OC at 4945.3 MHz https://valid.x86.fr/l54q4b
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