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  1. I am on the market for a high perfomence hard drive. I want to use this drive to store my video games and some virtual Machines. However when I was looking at the seagate line of drives: I noticed that the firecuda 2TB ssd was much cheaper than the barracuda ssh. but they are both ssd. Is there any reason why ?
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    Can I play my video games on windows Server 2016

    The thing is my current mobo's limit for the ram is 32GB and I am sucker for ram. The mobo can handle up to a 2TB of ram. I feel that windows Server is the best option to support that.
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    Can I play my video games on windows Server 2016

    Also i have not tested any graphics card on the Z10PE-D16 WS mobo, but I plan on going to either a TITAN x or RTX 2080 primarily for deep learning projects
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    Can I play my video games on windows Server 2016

    I want to stick to windows server because i use it at work all the time, and I happen to get a free license from work. And from my experience, it is faster and doesnt have a tone baggage
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    Can I play my video games on windows Server 2016

    Well the new build has a sensor issue. The 103 displayed on there is not the real temperature.
  6. Hello Mortals, I have situation that i need some serious help with. I am currently running a Windows 10 pro gaming system with 32GB ram and an Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.00GHz and a GTX 1070 and I am planning to upgrade to a ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS with 2 Intel Xeon E5 v3 @ 3.20GHz. My problem is that I have a tone of games on this system ranging from modern warfare to fortnite. But recently I think that my workload as exceeded what this machine is capable of handling, So I purchased an ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS with 2 CPU sockets and build it up: 2 Xeons, and 64GB for now(I will add more ram). I will be attaching the picture with specs. The problem: I am worried about migrating everything to the new Windows server system because I dont know if I will be able to play my video games on windows server. Please help me with this magration. I plan on selling my windows 10 system and buy a new RTX card for deep learning and video games. The windows Server System will be: Primary development machine, Deep learning project, Virtualization infrastructure project(ESXi, KVM, OpenStack), Storage server and best of all gaming system Will I be able to play video games on my Windows Server 2016?
  7. ok so my current budget is around $1500 and I have the following items, 2x heatsink, 128Gb ram, 1600W power supply and multiple SSDs, the only main decision I need to make is regarding the mobo and or processor(s)
  8. I currently about 128 gb of ddr4 seating around and doing nothing.
  9. The Goal is not 128 GB ram, Eventually, I will like to cramp in as much ram as I can. Up to 500 GB ram if i can
  10. I am currently using a gigabyte gaming3 with an Intel Core i7-6700k CPU @ 4.00GHz with 32 gigs of ram, however, due the mobo's limitation, I can only fit 64 gigs of ram. I am thinking of upgrading to an ASUS - MOTHERBOARDS Z10PE-D16 WS with maybe 2 Intel Xeon E5 2650 V3 ES QFSB 2.1GHz 25MB with 10 cores each. or 14 cores, One of the reason is that I intend to use this machine for my lab exercises with virtualizations, and I also I want to be able to play games on this machine. I will like some advice on whether I should go with 2 Xeon motherboard or stick to a single motherboard my current CPU wich has only 4 cores.
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