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About Eekiig

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  • Birthday 1988-06-03

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  • Location
    Marktredwitz - Bavaria - Germany
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix B450-F
  • RAM
    2x 16GB Mushkin DDR4-2800
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon HD 7450 (Terminal)
    Nvidia GTX 960 (KVM Passthrough)
  • Case
    Thermaltake Xaser III
  • Storage
    4x 1TB - WD Blue WD10EZEX (Raid 10)
    1x 2TB Seagate ST2000DL001 (Backup)
    2x Samsung 120GB - 470 Series (Raid 1)
    3x 2TB - WD Blue WD20EZAZ (Raid 5)
  • PSU
    Enermax Maxpro II 500W
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U14S
  • Operating System
    Ubuntu 18.04 Server
  • Laptop
    Asus ROG G750-JX / i7-4700HQ / GTX 770m / 24GB DDR3-1600 / Win 10 Pro / 250GB Samsung EVO 860 / 2TB WD Blue WD20SPZX

    Lenovo Thinkpad E14 / i5-10210U / 8GB DDR4 / KDE neon 18.04 / 256GB NVME SSD / 2TB WD Blue WD20SPZX

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  1. My first Micro-Server-Build is frustrating....

    Every few days (or rather nights) if I'm not at place, it freezes up.

    The used asrock j3455-itx seems to have some critical problems with Ubuntu 18.04.

    My first guess was Intel C-State... ...But even disabled in bios the system freezes

    random. (And no, there is nothing in logfiles...)


    Yesterday i've installed the HWE-Kernel 5.3.0-59 and hope it'll fix the freezes as it contains

    new i915-drivers for cpu/gpu... 


    ...so lets have some tea or beer and wait for the next random freeze...


    If it'll come to another freeze I'll try:

     - Replace RAM CN-Memory  with some of Hynix

     - GRUB-Command "intel.idle.max_cstate=1" (Think it would not help as C-States are disabled in Bios...)




    MB: ASRock J3455-ITX

    CASE: Inter-Tech IPC SC-4004 ITX Tower

    PSU: Inter-Tech 88882139 Non-Modular 80+ Bronze

    RAM: 2x CN-Memory DDR3 4GB 1333MHz CL 9

    SSD (OS): Samsung Evo 850 256GB

    HDD (SW-Raid5): 3x WD Blue WD20EZAZ (5400 rpm / 256 MB Cache)

    FAN: Arctic F12 Pro (3pin Non-PWM) - Yeah, the stock cooler was loud as hell......








  2. Just for Info - WD-Specific: I've found this (of my opinion very usefull) comparision about the Western-Digital-Rainbow: WD-Rainbow-Table (pugetsystems.com) Greetings Eekiig
  3. If you have a dedicated GPU in your rack you should have a look at Parsec. This software should be able to avoid issues with latency / performance. (Its like Steam inhome streaming but for the entire desktop)