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About kichilron

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    Hamburg, Germany
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    AMD FX-8350 @4,67 GHz
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    Sabertooth 990 FX R2.0
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    16 GB Kingston
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    GT640 driving 4 screens
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    NZXT H630
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    120 GB SSD / 250 GB SSD / 4 TB HDD
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    Corsair RM850
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    3* 24", 1* 29" Ultrawide
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    NZXT Kraken X60
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    Corsair K70
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    Logitech MX Master
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    Custom 1,000€ Setup
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    Windows 10

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  1. You will unfortunately not be able to match them, seeing as one is hooked up via VGA. VGA is the inferior technology, as it's analog, while DVI, HDMI and Display port are digital signals. Even a DVI->VGA or VGA-> DVI Adapter is not going to change the fact that the signal is inferior.
  2. If you're doing any transaction-sensitive computing, as with databases, you're going to need ECC memory. Non-ECC is for general purpose consumer use, so if you don't know what it is, you don't need it.
  3. Wow, this thing. As an enthuasiast looking to buy a new TV anytime soon anyway, this looks like a decent alternative - and winning one would be the cherry on top.
  4. Have you checked what processes are running in the background? This does look rather odd.
  5. Your video is set to private, can't watch it. Bad analogy, especially if we're talking deafening loudness.
  6. It's actually fairly easy, as you can select which user and / or usergroup can do what with the drives you chose to share. I do not have an english based Windows right here, otherwise I would provide screenshots, but when selecting to share a drive (or a folder) you are prompted to select which user can do what ("Read" / "Write" / "Do everything") with the folder / drive you chose to share. If you set up 3 different alternative user accounts within windows that all do not have Administrative access you can select those user accounts for your family members, respective t
  7. I am still rocking a 7970 for my 21:9 Gaming setup. It does everything pretty well, especially if it's just light gaming. I only just bought a 980 Ti, mostly because I wanted overkill and it has "The Division" for free, and I'm thinking about selling my 7970 / 280X for about 200€ - not trying to sell to you, just giving you the pricerange for used ones that still run every new game quite alright.
  8. I really do wish to win one of those keyboards, seeing as they look absolutely amazing and I want to try out that fancy-pants mechanical-thing all the kids seem to be hyped about these days. ;-p
  9. If you're planning on working in this field it's advised to get familiar with this as much as possible, as this will help you immensely, seeing as VMware has the biggest marketshare in virtualization. And it's fun, too!
  10. You can always try to make a backup of the .vmdk Files, which represent your virtual Hard Drive for the VM's in question. You can also increase the CPU Core count at any time, sometimes (if configured properly) while the VM's are running, but some OS's get mad at you when you try to lower the CPU Core count.
  11. You're most likely using the legacy version of the vSphere client, then. Which is free, if I remember correctly. However, I do not know much about the free licensing of ESXi Servers, but if you say 2 CPU Sockets are included within the free license then you should be good. At any rate, however: your VM's will still work fine, as that's the entire purpose of VM's in the first place.
  12. One important thing to keep in mind: VMware licenses per CPU-socket - I don't know how exactly you got your license, but you're most likely going to run into issues when adding an extra CPU. Also: your VM's don't care about the hardware (which is the whole point about virtualization, really), which in turn means for as long as you don't change the instruction set (which you don't do by adding an extra CPU to the system) you're going to be fine as far as the VM's go.
  13. It really depends. Depends for everything. It's not a matter of how many websites you're running (only the storage, but 48 GB isn't really a limiting factor), just how many people are visiting your website. (both RAM and throughput-wise)
  14. To be honest, it's a bit like asking whether a computer is any good if you plan on playing video games. It's not perfect, but it certainly helps having one if you plan on doing it.