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About TheProfosist

  • Title
    Yaho! ~ I'm Twittering Away!

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  • Location
    Sorted Photos: http://goo.gl/37zfAe
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PC and Console Video Gaming 15+ years
    Anime Watching and Collecting 12+ years
    Computer Building and Modification 10+ years
    Otaku like tendencies 9+ years
    Anime and Video Encoding 7+ years
    Videophile like tendencies 6+ years
    Audiophile like tendencies 5+ years
    Mechanical Keyboard Collecting and Modification 4+ years
    Gaming and Enthusiast Mouse Collecting 3+ years
    Photography Enthusiast Trainee 3+ years
    Member of LTT Forums 2~ years

    dates updated as of 2015.05.30
    list updated as of 2015.08.12
  • Biography
    First 1000 posts 2013.08.11
    Second 1000 posts 2013.10.04
    Third 1000 posts 2013.11.24
    Fourth 1000 posts 2014.01.06
    Fifth 1000 posts 2014.02.06
    Sixth 1000 posts 2014.03.10
    Seventh 1000 posts 2014.04.28
    Eighth 1000 posts 2014.06.26
    Ninth 1000 posts 2014.09.13
    Tenth 1000 posts 2014.10.06
    Eleventh 1000 posts 2014.12.20
    Twelfth 1000 posts 2015.08.08
    Thirteenth 1000 posts 2016.01.09
  • Occupation
    An everything enthusiast.


  • CPU
    Intel i7-5930K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Sabertooth X99
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Elite 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2666mhz
  • GPU
    2x EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Superclocked
  • Case
    Nanoxia Deep Silence 6
  • Storage
    Samsung SM951 256GB PCI-E 3.0 x4 M.2 SSD + 4x Hitachi 1TB Single Platter HDDs + 4x 3TB Seagate SV35.6 (RAID 10) cached by a Samsung 850 Pro 128GB
  • PSU
    Antec High Current Pro Platinum 1000watt "The Corsair Dominator of Power Supplies" (Sleeved by Riptide Custom Sleeving)
  • Display(s)
    Left: ASUS PA249Q, Middle: ASUS PA279Q, Right: ASUS PA248Q, Top: ASUS PB278Q
  • Cooling
    Swiftech H320 + Swiftech H220 + 10x Noctua NF-F12 PWM + Noctua 5x NF-A14 PWM + 5x Noctua NF-A6x25 PWM
  • Keyboard
    ! - changes quite frequently so ask if your trully interested - !
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master + Razer Mamba Tournament Edition
  • Sound
    ASUS Xonar Essence One + Adam A5X + Adam Sub7 + Beyerdynamic MMX300 Kustom + AiAiAi TMA-1 Studio Youn Guru Edition + Blue Yeti Pro (on stilts)
  • Operating System
    Win10x64 Pro UEFI - Version 1511
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  1. never came with a USB I barely got a receipt for the fairly large chunk of change I gave M$ (its just in your account purchase history) also with the new version of WIn10 being out (2004 - May 2020) I would like to be able to clean install the latest version of the OS.
  2. They say upgrade it to the store every time and show you the door. Ive had it since it was first out and done this before, just happens that my previous source no longer has MSDN access.
  3. yeah they dont even give you a Product Key unless you run into an issue But then you have to upgrade windows and its no longer a clean install, also comes with all the junk the consumer versions do. Also have to sign into my MS account to activate it and do the upgrade, something youre better off avoiding.
  4. bingo! I dont not need a license as I already them for the systems I use it on. M$ does not make an image of Pro for Workstations available for a clean install to consumers even though theyll sell you the license.
  5. What are you talking about/quoting? I already own Pro for Workstation on a number of systems so that's not the issue/ Also I already know the solution to my problem, just looking for someone who has the access. If you wondering how Pro for Workstation works as a consumer and how microsoft intends for you to use and install it I can go over that but its not the point of this thread.
  6. as the title says im looking for someone who has a MSDN subscription and access to download software. For those wondering I specifically need the image for Win Pro for Workstations which though microsoft will sell to consumers they dont provide the image for. As a reference the 1909 version of this image was named en_windows_10_business_editions_version_1909_x64_dvd_ada535d0.iso The other benefit of this image is that it does not have Win10 Home on is which is nice when you need to install Pro on a system with Home baked into the UEFI as normally it wou
  7. yes im necro-ing this thread but for what just came in I think its well worth it!
  8. So I bought a HHKB Professional HYBRID... and I LOVE IT
  9. If you need help or insight on custom mech boards let me know I've been in the game a while Most things like lubing and stickers and indeed tedious but in a way can be soothing/relaxing. Sit back and chill.
  10. "as far as we're aware no one has made an all metal keyboard before" A user on your own forums has had an all metal keyboard for ~5+ years... Keycaps are only Zinc with Titanium space and Esc but I'd say it qualifies
  11. Thought id clarify I dont need help migrating the RAID 10 to RAID 0 I need help keeping an active backup of the new raid 0 to a single drive in he system.
  12. Alright so I already have 64GB of ECC memory in the system. I already have 2x 10G Aquantia cards and the motherboard what hosen so I could use both at x4. Most of this system was made out of parts I already had kicking around or could trade for etc. I can do an updated post with the exact hardware. I have it temporarily built so I can do testing with software as I plan to heavily modify an Antec 900 to fit everything and have cable management.
  13. I'm more wondering about software for backing up the array actively for something that is going to be changing large amounts regularly. For the drive itself I'll just grab a decent one thats big enough at the recommended size.
  14. I am finally upgrading from my Intel SmartResponse Cached RAID 10 array (4x 3TB Seagate SV35 + 256GB 960 Pro) for and editing to a 4x 860 QVO RAID 0 array. Yes I know the risks of RAID 0 and yes I know theyre QLC but ignore that. What are some suggestions for backing this up? Built in Win10 File History? I also own a copy of acronis. Also what size HDD would be recommend for backing up the 8TB array? Thanks in advance. Clarification: I have 1 array a 8TB 4x2TB 860 QVO RAID 0 which is replacing the previously mentioned SSD cached HDD RAID 10. I need a w
  15. I know im dredging this up but its still a work in progress. I just found out the the Aquantia 10G cards are not supported in FreeNAS also some have said that a different OS would be better since id like to possibly pass the GPU though and have multiple VM's. Would anyone have suggestions with/for this? Ive seen many use unraid which seems to have a decent interface.