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  1. Cheers!!! 7GE that's the best answer i have had for this post. GDTYS!
  2. I want the SAS features included, not the RAID features.
  3. SO i just found this SAS card which contains to mini-SAS SFF -8087 connectors on it. It also acts as a normal RAID card and supports RAID 0/1/1E/10 which most RAID cards nativily support. So if this is a normal RAID card with SAS connectors will it work with a normal motherboard? Or is it bound by this LSI 2308 chip-set listed in the item description? Item URL here: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Controllers/SATA-&-SAS/70368-SST-ECS04?gclid=Cj0KCQiA-c_iBRChARIsAGCOpB32N8WoYuzUO5QAbc4d3qsRQPMvolUJii6rG_9KBFxZ3_gT6a-nKcQaAlU4EALw_wcB
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    Performance increase?

    Not calling you out or anything but i am pretty sure that if a SAS drive had 12GB/s potential speeds, it would be able to reach those speeds as they are being used with thousands of other drives in data centers. Ans SAS ssds? i am pretty sure you could buy a cheap house for less then those things. they are crazy dear. but how much speed are we talking here? Half of the theoretical 6GBt/s speed or what?
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    Performance increase?

    So just for a YOLO thing i was thinking about buying a singular SAS drive for redundancy because i only want small storage for some games and am not fussed on creating a RAID array. Any how i have heard other then being more redundant then usual SATA drives, they are also faster and better for use cases where multiple clients are accessing data at once.But just how much faster are they compared to a consumer/NAS drive? And don't i need some special adapter to make it work on normal PC's? P.S ( Yes i know it would just be better to buy a NAS drive but i ave a lot of normal drives and want to have something different for a change )
  6. Anybody know what that pixelated thing is in the background at 1:19 in the following link:
  7. I would love to see some more SBC systems on LTT YT. They are flourishing and one particular system the ODROID XU4 is definitely worth the look!!! Trying out some SBC based OS's on this thing would be fantastic!!!! especially emulators
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    Curiosity. i need to know!!!

    I would like to know the name of the white back monitor Linus uses that is commonly seen in his videos. that is all. thanks!!!
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    hmmm. if i replace the router....

    thanks, cool. cuz i want to go like pimp my wifi style to see if that help
  10. Sp i have heard there are some great routers out there today. And i was wondering if i could replace my shitty stock Telstra one with a better router. I have Aussie internet so i really hate having to wait for stuff. Can i do it without having any issues? Voiding some sort of warranty with telstra? I'm just curious
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    RAM compatibility check

    I figured that it wood work. And i know that that is laptop RAM. However it is literally ALL that comes for the DDR3L option instead of DDR4 for PC's. SO your saying it will work if i can get an adapter for my PC?
  12. OK so i was looking at this i5 7400 CPU. it seems pretty good for value and am considering buying it. But one problem for me is that RAM prices are off the f&*(in nut. However DDR3 is cheap as chips so. Because this chip APPARENTLY supports DDR3L ( low voltage ) RAM rated at 1333/1600Mhz, i am considering just buying some of that RAM for a couple of months and just use that until DDR4 prices drop. And i think i have found a motherboard that supports DDR3 RAM This sheet says that the chip supports the for-mentioned RAM type here. https://ark.intel.com/products/97147/Intel-Core-i5-7400-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3-50-GHz- But here is the problem. every time i type up DDR3L is comes up with laptop SO-DIMM RAM. That's all i can find. But i have a proposal/solution. Can i just buy some of that so-dimm RAM at the rated speed ( link below to the kit i intend to buy ) and just buy a so-dimm to PC RAM adapter and use that instead for the time being? Will there be any complications??? LET ME KNOW ASAP PLZZZ thanks for help!!! That KIT link i mentioned: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Memory/SODIMM/50616-CMSX16GX3M2A1600C10?gclid=Cj0KCQiAvebhBRD5ARIsAIQUmnlwZZG8Sp05jTnQ70tkLg1_CFoYVzdgwKaFDwILUQsOwfumK7a3Nt8aAhQuEALw_wcB
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    i need some help and advice

    i have HWmoniter but its a little difficult to understnad dtill new to this temp reding thing
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    i need some help and advice

    ok so i was probably max temp 58degrees rather than 78?
  15. Helllllo! i have an issue. i have a ryzen 5 1600x and i started a extended and normal pcmark 10 test, and found out that my CPU cooling seem a bit iffy. Considering i have a Noctua NH D15 cooler these cooling results i gtom from pcmark ten are wrong i i havent applied enough thermla paste, also MSI afterburner was on so if that more trust worthy i will state the results i got from that too. i got abot low sevntie to mid sevnties in things like photo rendering and visulisxation,nearly eighty in rendering and visualisation, and the same in the firestrike combined test , is this bad> or bnormal?sorry fro bad eniglish? by tye way my gpu cools beter than my cpu
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