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About Flyguygamer

  • Title
    Linus Tech Tips Forum Pilot
  • Birthday Sep 30, 1999

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Colorado, US
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers, technology, photography, video editing, and most of all, aviation.
  • Occupation
    Pilot / Flight Instructor


  • CPU
    4790K @ 4.5GHZ
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 Gaming 5
  • RAM
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 970
  • Case
  • Storage
    500GB 850 EVO, 4TB HDD
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    3x Acer 22" 1080p
  • Cooling
    CM nepton 240l
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95RGB MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 RGB
  • Sound
    Bose Soundtrue; blue yeti
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro 64

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  1. Standard operation. They have 250 of these USB SSD's in circulation for a data collection operation.
  2. Yeah, looking to keep transfer bandwidth high. They'll have a poor intern who's only job it is to take the drives and connect them and transfer data, but I guess they'll just need to use 3 workstations to do that. Thankfully the office is already setup for 10gb
  3. That is the backup plan if I can't get it all on one system is 2 or 3 systems with 7 port PCIE cards in 6-7 slots.
  4. They do large scale data collection, recorded to USB C external SSD's, so unfortunately that isn't practical and we are limited to USB for connectivity.
  5. Not video, it's all data. Just dumping from SSD to local storage so they can use it. One or two people using 1-3 devices and all they do is connect SSD and start the transfer.
  6. I have a client that has asked me to look in to the possibility of a server or two that are able to ingest large amounts of data from USB C external SSD's to local storage and then to offsite storage. The user requests 100 USB 3.0 ports for the drives. I've looked a bit, but haven't yet found a good way to do this. Any ideas for 100 USB ports on a single server?
  7. Got to 54% and then a BSOD. whea-uncorrectable-error
  8. Will do. That usually takes a while so I'll get er done and report back.
  9. Trying to avoid that if possible. Disk usage now down to normal, computer still very sluggish.
  10. @kelvinhall05 @Enderman Update. Disk usage back to normal, computer still extremely slow.
  11. Yes. Main drive is a 500gb samsung evo, also have 2x 2b seagate storage drives. Currently running 1607 I think.
  12. The files are easy but I have many programs that I no longer have the CDs and Licence keys to. Those programs are important and as of now I have no way to reinstall them.
  13. Windows install is only a few months old. Have not upgraded or cloned it. Only very recently have I had the BSOD issues, 3-4 times now. Always that same error.
  14. Went to use my computer this morning and everything was as usual. After a few hours had a BSOD with a whea_uncorrectable_error message. After I forced a shutdown and booted back up the computer ran extremely slowly. Programs will take several minutes to load, cursor is jumpy and slow, difficult to access things due to the slow response. Windows event logs showed a kernel power shutdown error with no other relevant information. Idling at the desktop I have 3% cpu usage, 12% memory usage, and variable but nearly 100% disk usage on the ssd. I ran HD Tune benchmark and smart info, screenshots belo