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  1. Fanless design is the most important. The user interface is great. Its very shallow too and would fit in the rack I want to get. I don't own any Ubiquity products yet so who knows if I'll like it. Have you ordered from their online Canadian store? Are there customs/duties on delivery?
  2. That listing looks a little sketchy. No reviews, no description... Its fulfilled by Amazon so I guess if anything I can return it without question. I'm not in a rush so I'll keep looking.
  3. That's what I plan to do if my Synology NAS recognizes the UPS. I don't have this UPS yet so I can't test it out. The only settings that can be made in Synology are time delay/low batter to when to initiate a shutdown. The UPS via PowerChute has more options to configure but I don't think I can have both the NAS and a PC connected to the UPS as there is only one USB port on the UPS.
  4. I think this is something that I won't need to use. Seems like its geared towards professional applications. I still like the UPS as its very shallow and light. Perfect fit for the wall rack I'm interested in. So lets say I first connect it to a PC via USB and make some configuration changes in PowerChute, then disconnect it from the PC and connect it to the NAS. Will all the settings I made be retained in the UPS memory?
  5. I would like to get this UPS for my upcoming home network rack build but don't understand what the Modbus TCP switch on the back is used for. I can't find any documentation on this. I just want this shallow UPS to be used for my Synology 918+ that will be sitting in the rack. From my understanding the USB would connected to the 918+ NAS and this would initiate a safe shutdown if the UPS goes on battery power. I would also have a Ubiquity switch and gateway connected to this UPS. Another issue is if I have the USB connected to the 918+ how can I use the PowerChute software that will be installed on a PC? Can I just use a USB hub for this?
  6. I did, last week I sent them an e-mail but did not get a response. I seen that but I don't know if there are duties/customs added on delivery.
  7. I checked all those. Can't seem to find the USW-24-POE Gen2 switch for a good price. If purchasing directly from the Canadian Ubiquity store do we have to pay duties/customs? Its all listed in CAD with free shipping but doesn't say anything else.
  8. Anyone use Ubiquiti products? If so where did you purchase them in Canada? I'm interested in UniFi USW-24-POE Gen2 switches and APs.
  9. The standard is PoE 802.3af. I think most PoE switches can work but I'm more concerned about the bandwidth. I've read that IP cams should be placed on a VLAN in a managed switch.
  10. I'm going to be installing 5 cameras around my home to use with the Synology Surveillance Station but I'm not sure what type of PoE switch to get. From the attachment this is how I would like it set up. I have everything in that image connected except PoE switch and cameras. PC2 is currently connected (wired) to the Wifi router. Would a regular PoE switch work for the IP cameras without having bandwidth issues or do I need a managed PoE switch? If I do need a managed switch I was looking into the Netgear GS110TPP. Any other recommendations?
  11. I've been having this issue in BFV when exiting the game. It is only this game and as you can see the time stamp is exact. I don't know what is causing this. I don't get any crashes or freezes and temps are normal too. Any ideas?
  12. Phanteks Evolv X ASUS Maximus XI Extreme Intel i9 9900K ASUS Ryuo 240 AIO ASUS Strix 2080Ti OC G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB 2x Samsung 860 Pro SSDs 1x Samsung 970 Pro M.2 Seasonic Prime Titanium 850W Corsair LL120 and LL140 RGB fans Corsair K70 MK.2 Lowprofile keyboard Corsair M65 Elite Mouse Klipsch ProMedia THX 4.1 speakers (They still kick azz)
  13. I couldn't wait any longer so I picked one up at B&H
  14. Every time I boot my PC and view the Reliability Monitor I see that GpuFanHelper has stopped working. I know this is part of the Asus AI Suite 3 but what is causing this? Here is what I always see. Faulting Application Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\ASUS\AI Suite III\DIP4\GpuFanHelper.exe Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: GpuFanHelper.exe Application Version: 1.0.0.1 Application Timestamp: 59f7f1a7 Fault Module Name: AsusGpuTweak.dll Fault Module Version: 2.0.0.8 Fault Module Timestamp: 5a2f98d4 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 0000b999 OS Version: 10.0.17763.2.0.0.256.48 Locale ID: 4105 Additional Information 1: 2beb Additional Information 2: 2beba6fb4680d73a8c78ca7c24ccdb46 Additional Information 3: b38f Additional Information 4: b38febb1c684361b01a1413f070c154b Extra information about the problem Bucket ID: 3815aff33e23530ae64858206f82de67 (1605630163490627175)
  15. Whenever I wake the monitor from sleep it turns on as normal but as soon as I click on the start menu for example the screen blacks out for a second and comes back. This only happens when G-Sync is enabled. If I have G-Sync disabled in the nvidia control panel it doesn't happen. This is on the LG 34GK950G monitor and Strix 2080 Ti OC. I have the latest drivers installed. Any ideas why this happens?
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