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xXDeltaXx

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About xXDeltaXx

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    Junior Member

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel; Core i7-6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus; Maximus VIII Hero
  • RAM
    Corsair; Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (4x 8GB)
  • GPU
    Asus; Strix GTX980Ti
  • Case
    Fractal Design; Define R5 Blackout Edition
  • Storage
    1x Samsung; 850 Pro SSD 512GB, 2x Western Digital; Red Pro 4TB (RAID 1)
  • PSU
    EVGA; Supernova 1000 P2
  • Display(s)
    1x Asus; ROG Swift PG348Q, 1x Alienware; AW2310
  • Cooling
    Coolermaster; Nepton 240M
  • Keyboard
    WASD; Code 104 Key c/w Cherry MX Greens
  • Mouse
    Cyborg; R.A.T. 7
  • Sound
    HyperX; Cloud
  • Operating System
    Microsoft; Windows 7

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  1. @AlexTheGreatish don't give in to his negativity... you just need more TECs. If one was overwhelmed, then go for 2 or even 4. Picture something like a copper plate on the CPU with heatpipes rising to the sky with 4 TECs attached, each with individual water blocks and some overkill water cooling. If you're going to spend his money, build it big, build it beautiful
  2. I've got a Q9450, an Abit IP35 Pro XE, and an 8800GTX sitting watching to see where you go and what you do with this series...
  3. I got the iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit a few years ago primarily based on the reviews and features from this channel - a great bit of kit. I ended up damaging the tips of the 'reverse tweezers' (the nylon doesn't stand up well to heat). The WAN show a couple of weeks ago reminded me that iFixit has a good warranty, so I sent them an e-mail... They were able to track down my original order number (which I had forgot) and sent out some replacement tips which just arrived today... All in all, pretty good service. Oh, and for that added thumbs up, included was a little bag of Haribo sweets...
  4. Catching up on the videos, but I can say that some things will run on some really old equipment... I had SolidWorks 2013 to 2014 / 2015 running on an OC'd Intel Q9450 @ 3.6GHz, Abit IP35 Pro XE, Gigabyte GTX470, 8GB (4x 2GB) Geil Back Dragon. That ran the software fine and would allow for some complex models, not thousands of parts, but multiple hundreds. That's not to say that it wasn't a bit slow at times (rebuilds and renders), but as a starting point, it's not too bad. (excluding limitations in the software requirements). On the other hand, I'm searching for a new motherboard to get more RAM into my current system, as I'm hitting the max 16GB limit I have. My current system is a 4790K (stock), Impact VII (hence the 16GB limit), and a Quadro K4200. That is more than capable (bar the RAM) of running a multiple thousand part assembly in Solidworks 2018 and running AutoCAD at the same time.
  5. Linus touch... he doesn't need that... (so many choices of him dropping things to pick just one)
  6. I've been following this one: http://ftp.thecus.com/wss/iso/WSSE_GettingStartGuide_EN_v1.2-2.pdf (with a little more detail). But it doesn't got in to the detail I was after, also it's out of date, as the menus don't tally up with what I'm seeing on the actual server...
  7. The setup is a Thecus home server on 2012 R2. The storage will be 4x 4TB drives in a form of RAID 1+0. I need to use Windows / Windows server for the applications (Solidworks PDM / possibly Autodesk Vault). As the Thecus came with 2012 R2, I figure that I'll just stick with that... I've been able to set up the RAID and put some things on it previously, but I couldn't get the server setup side of it correct, so I wiped it and started a fresh... As I'm starting to set it up again, I'm looking for guidance to make sure I do it correctly / tell me what good looks like... :-/
  8. I'm not intending to be working at the server, just have it store all of the data, and have one or two programs running.
  9. Hi @Jarno. primarily, I'm checking that I am configuring the server correctly to run on the network without causing any issues / conflicts. It's my first server config, so I'm trying to work out what to turn on / off... So, the roles and features and or anything else I should be looking into... For me, the first stage is making sure that the server isn't going to create issues with the rest of my network. Then install the software I need to get up and running... Finally, start moving my data across and getting the backups from other machines setup.
  10. I guess that this could go in the Network section... I've got no real experience with Windows Server, but I've had to / chose to implement one for some professional software which is Windows based. I'm now trying to work out the best way to integrate it to my network (what services for it to control, and what for it not to). Also, to work out the best general configuration - I've been doing some reading, but I'm not really up to speed. I have a PFSense Firewall, this Windows Server (2012 R2), and a Synology NAS. The plan is to use the Windows Server for running specific network applications, general home storage, and backups for the connected PCs. The smaller Synology NAS will be used to hold less frequent backups of the Windows Server. The PFSense Firewall has 2 independent LANs; The first is connected to the switch with all of my internal hardware, the server, and the NAS. The second is connected to a secondary switch used to provide a second, separated network for other devices that I don't want to have access to the rest of my network. Because of the second connection, I presume that I should leave the firewall to look after local IPs... Any ideas, tips and tricks? - I'm happy to read more articles, but I need pointing to ones I can understand / are up to date (the one for my home server is a little out of date, so not as helpful as it could be).
  11. Symantec, or something like Avast...? - I've not seen Avast in a business environment (personally), but I'm more au fait with it...
  12. The server is installed, updated and has the RAM increased to 16GB... 2 of the 5 drives have arrived, with the other 3 due soon. However, I hadn't realised that the Server 2012 OS was not compatible with the std array of Antivirus programs that I know and use... So, is there something that is recommended? - I have seen some comments about being able to get Microsoft Security Essentials installed via a work around, but I'm not 100% sure that it is the best way to go. IT at work suggested Symantec; but I'm not sure...
  13. Yeah, a Solidworks PDM server setup... Archive recommends 4GB, and Database recommends 8GB. According to support, they would add the two together and call that the suggested minimum. http://www.solidworks.com/sw/support/PDMSystemRequirements.html
  14. It has gigabit network ports, and I'm using 7200RPM drives... and hopefully 16GB of RAM (upgrading the std 4GB) http://wss.thecus.com/product_W5810.php
  15. It is supposed to be able to do RAID 0/1/5/6
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