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About BeerNCheese

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  1. What kind of PC are you using? Laptop? Desktop? What are the specs? Do you have it plugged into a surge protector? What USB devices do you have attached? Maybe try hard resetting the BIOS with the jumper or battery
  2. I have HWBOT running a remote server. This is so I can monitor my main rigs vitals via another computer. The IP for HWBOT remote is My NOIP DDNS address is hwbot.ddns.net My default gateway is 107.12.xxx.xx I had my main rights firewall set to allow port 8080 access over TCP. How do I link my DDNS to HWBOT remote so I can access it outside of my network? I was mentioned to set my router to bridge mode, but I'm not familiar with how to do that. Any help would be great Note: That is the IP to my router, which my PC is hardwired too. It's linked to the Modem/CSU/DSU device, which has a different external IP. I'm not sure if I need to connect my devices directly to the modem and change my port forwarding settings? The hardware is a Netgear Nighthawk Router/Modem pack
  3. Thanks, I'll for sure check that out. OwnCloud has been difficult.
  4. I'm currently working on setting up my personal cloud. I intend on using OWNCloud installed on LinuxServer. However, I'm new to this and keep encountering issues. If anyone has any experience setting up OwnCloud, any help would be appreciated. I want to be able to transfer and access files on the server, via any computer on my network. OwnCLOUD requires a login, so if there's any way I can assign individual logins to different users (Active Directory?), that would be great.
  5. The manufacturer website usually has a PDF of the manual. I think you'll be okay running just the 4PIN CPU power, but it's all relative to the motherboard.
  6. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2362524/plug-pin-cpu-power-cable-pin-motherboard.html This article from Tom's Hardware implies that the extra 4 pin is only necessary if you plan on OCing your CPU.
  7. RTFM, lol Everything motherboard is different. Some motherboards have an 8pin, but only require an 8pin plug for higher TDP CPUs, whereas lower TDP CPUs on the same socket can pass by with only a 4pin connector. General, if a power supply supports 8pin CPU power, it will have a CPU labeled 8PIN plug that splits into two 4pins. Now, I doubt that your Celeron really draws enough power to require an 8PIN, but it could be required by your motherboard depending on how it distributes power.
  8. I don't think it's worth upgrading from your 400+ card to a 700+ card for PUBG. It just isn't optimized. It's not even in its full release. If everything else runs fine, I don't see it the upgrade being worth while
  9. Probably not, man. Sorry. Maybe 720p low/med. Despite your RAM, Battlefield has a lot of particle effects and physics processing. Your CPU may also be a drawback in that case.
  10. Like my cards reach 88-91C without an OC under a normal load.
  11. I have a single exhaust fan. I honestly wasn't expecting such high temperatures from my setup. I went from a setup with front and top intake to just intake.
  12. I currently have my rig built in a Thermaltake VIEW (the case with the curved windows), but my temperatures are atrocious. I have an i7 6700k and SLI Ref. 980s. I have my AIO Corsair H100i with Push/Pull fans installed into the front, as there isn't a mounting bracket for fans or a radiator in the top of the case. Is there any way I can improve cooling performance without building a custom loop into this case? I don't mind upgrade fans, but am also willing do to mods. I don't want to install a fan into the side window, however.
  13. If the Ethernet Cable is CAT5, I doubt you're running enough length in your house to cause problems. However, if it is ran through/by anything that gives up an electromagnet field, it could cause connections issues. A: Upgrade your wireless equipment by either purchasing a new NIC, Wifi Range Extenders (This is supposedly shotty, never personally used one), or hardwire your laptop the the network. Also, what software/configuration are you using to cast your movies? Some software may be causing the issue.