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Bajantechnician

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About Bajantechnician

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    Senior Veteran
  • Birthday 2000-08-09

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Clubbing with App4that
  • Interests
    Photography, Computers, Tech
  • Biography
    eeiean.org
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix Z390-i
  • RAM
    2x16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    AMD Vega FE
  • Case
    Phanteks Shift X
  • Storage
    2 x Samsung 970 Evo 2 TB m.2
  • PSU
    Corsair SF750
  • Display(s)
    Samsung U28E590D
  • Cooling
    Custom Water-cooling
  • Keyboard
    TBD
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    TBD
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    TBD

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  1. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    It depends. Ill is essentially the same for gaming only. Its not like a 8700K will become obsolete way before a 9700k. Itll last you a way whiles. You can multiquote by using the "+" button, then clicking reply to all
  2. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    Theres a filter by date, but it bundles dates by modified, which means that different sessions are combined together >.<
  3. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    For ME personally, ill use the threads as I edit pictures and video and threads help to speed up exports. However, if you're just gaming only, I see no need to spend extra money on a feature you'll never use. Between a 9600k and an 8700k, i PERSONALLY would take the 8700k simply because it does hyperthread to 12 threads. (9600k doesn't support HT) Single core performance and the price is around the same (depending on where you get it) If you're up for it too, you can OC the 8700k. For gaming only, get the 9600k since you won't use the threads TL;DR: Gaming only: won't use the threads, so get a 9600k, save ~~$80. Gaming uses 1 core usually, HT will have no effect Gaming/working on multithreaded stuff: get a 8700k. Spend ~~$80 for HT, which you WILL use for multithreaded stuff
  4. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    Yeah, i was going to do that manually. My desktop isnt finished yet, so I'm viewing 42mb raws over wifi which suckssssss. It look me 10 minutes to organize 40 pictures lmao. Does the tool organize by creation date or modified date? I often edit pictures from different sessions on the same day.
  5. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    the easy way to explain it is that it splits each physical core into 2. example Core 1 (out of 8 or 6 or whatever, they all do this) ------------- 60% usage ------------- it takes it then says alright, split it Core 1(physical). Core 1(virtual) --------------- ---------------- 60% usage. 40% non-usage --------------- ---------------- It then puts load on the 40% non used core to fully use the entire core. Core 1(physical). Core 1(virtual) --------------- ---------------- 60% usage. 40% usage --------------- ---------------- It doesn't always scale to 100% though, depending on the application. 100% usage on every single core, physical or virtual will cause your computer to hang. Every physical core will do this. so 8C, 16T, or 6C, 12T or whatever A vid will explain it better than me Look for techquickie
  6. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    Just don't forget that am3+ was *many* cores at a very slow speed Do you think you'll use hyperthreading? virtualization, etc
  7. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    Yeah, I was so surprised that it found everything too! Maybe ill just redownload EaseUS and try it again. I just didn't want to spend $35 on something I'm never going to use again. I bought a Synology NAS that holds 21TB at the moment in raid 6. Next time in the future, I can just throw a new drive in instead of having to read from it again through windows
  8. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    Mmm, thats a good point
  9. Bajantechnician

    First time builder looking for some advice

    youll be fine with a 8700k instead of that processor you have now if you're really only going to do gaming (no editing etc) although a 8700k is still more than adequate for editing
  10. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    I see. Ive used recuva on the dead drive and was able to find all 20k of my files, but its basically saved into one large folder with no structure. >.<
  11. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    Ive tried it, but it requires i pay for it or something? Maybe im not looking at the right place lol Nu uh, its not even mounting. It shows up in disk manager as a dynamic disk and the only way i can mount it is if i do a full wipe of it.
  12. Bajantechnician

    How do I pull data from 1/2 of raid 1?

    Hi guys, So... my raid 1 finally died. I've had 2 drives, of which one of them died. How do I pull data off the living drive with the folders/file structure still intact? It's currently a dynamic disk, so I'm not sure how to read from it without wiping data. The raid was created using the windows "mirror" feature for disks, so no raid cards or anything, just straight sata from the drive to the motherboard. Thanks guys!
  13. Bajantechnician

    Merging Two Hard Drive Partition without freeing up space

    AFAIK you can't merge a logical and a primary partition without special software
  14. Bajantechnician

    Need help with self hosted cloud storage solution

    Ahhh, so a permissions login sort of thing. Synology has that built in. Heres mine: http://eeiean.quickconnect.to *edit: kidding, i turned it off this morn *edit2: kidding, it was just on sleep mode. Me opening the link sent it a wake up query
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