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About Timotheus2

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  • CPU
    Intel i5-3570K @ 4.4GHz OC
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z77-V (NVMe BIOS mod), 10GbE Connectx-2 SFP+ (not a motherboard, but there is no expansion/ethernet field)
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB DDR3 1600
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 670 (UEFI vBIOS mod)
  • Case
    Corsair Obsidian 650D
  • Storage
    PC: Corsair Force MP510 960GB, NAS: 4x HGST Deskstar NAS 4TB, 2x WD Green 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX 650 Gold
  • Display(s)
    LG 27UD69-W, Acer H274HL
  • Cooling
    Corsair H110i
  • Keyboard
    Lioncast LK20 Blue
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Behringer Truth B3031A, Steinberg UR22, Audio Technica ATH-MSR7, Superlux HI-10
  • Operating System
    Dual-boot: Windows 10 Pro, Fedora

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  1. Hm, maybe some firewall or QoS is slowing it down.
  2. Maybe the routers wan port is 100mbit instead of gbit. Nothing you can do then, except buy a new router.
  3. I have only used it as a dumb switch and never tried the management features. I guess, it only has normal management features like VLAN, but i could be wrong.
  4. You have to set up port forwarding in your router. Look, what ports you need (Windows file share uses TCP 445 and 139). Find your servers IP address. Log in to your router and set port forwarding for those ports to the servers IP. Connect to the server via your routers external IP (probably 192.168.1.x) Also make sure to secure server access with a password, if you don't want anybody in your landlord's network to have free access.
  5. You don't need the RJ45 Transceiver for the router. The fifth port is a normal (+management) 1gbit RJ45 port. I use it myself for the upstream 1gbit connection.
  6. Try reseating it, maybe there is no connection. You will at least see, if it boots without GPU. Just without picture.
  7. The CMOS battery could be empty (unlikely, since this is a new build).
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  9. ZFS doesn't require ECC. If you want ECC anyway: AFAIK Ryzen supports ECC. The harder problem is, the motherboard/BIOS also as to support it. I think ASRock is the best option there, but i don't know of any specific MBs supporting it.
  10. I wouldn't work off a NAS, since compilation and indexing times depend heavily on disk speed. Instead use a VCS like Git, then you can work locally and only need to sync once when switching the machine. Git might not be the best option, if you want to store assets as well, but there are many options tailored for game development.
  11. Unpopular opinion: I wouldn't use any RAID for a home NAS (maybe SnapRAID/Unraid or RAID0, if it's 10gbit). Since RAID is not a backup(!), i prefer to keep a periodic offline backup and use all the space in the NAS. The improved uptime alone isn't worth the increased cost to me. At least half my drives (USB or another NAS) are already used for backups, why should i then pay even more to spare me some downtime when a drive dies and maybe loosing 1-2 days of data (since the last backup)?
  12. It does work, if you can deactivate DHCP. You might also want to deactivate WiFi. You can then use those 4 ports like any other switch (ignore the COAX).
  13. It is already PCIe 3.0. PCIe 4.0 is only available with Ryzen 3 and not even supported by your GPU. Even if it was supported, it wouldn't need that much bandwidth. If you want high speed storage, then you might need a new motherboard, but you really don't need more than 1 GB/s (2x PCIe 2, your motherboards M.2 connection) for game loading.
  14. It depends. What games are you playing? Do they need more CPU or more GPU power? What resolution is your monitor? FHD will need more CPU power and 4K more GPU power. What frame rate is your monitor? 144Hz in any modern game would be a struggle with a 4790K. The RAM and motherboard won't be a bottleneck, unless you have scientific calculations that need really high RAM speed.