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MariusJS

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About MariusJS

  • Title
    Network/IT dude...
  • Birthday Dec 19, 1997

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  • Location
    Akershus, Norway
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    IT, computers, gaming, networks
  • Occupation
    Norkring

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3900x
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG B550
  • RAM
    2x16GB 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Asus RTX 3090 TUF
  • Case
    LD Cooling PC-V8
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Pro 512GB +a lot of sata ssd space
  • PSU
    Seasonic 1100w Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Asus 2560x1440 144hz + 3 times 1440p
  • Cooling
    Noctua D15 Chromax mod
  • Keyboard
    Mekanisk Klippe T with Mekanisk Ultramarine switches and mekanisk ultramarine stabs
  • Mouse
    Logitech G90 + Powerplay
  • Sound
    Topping D70 + Massdrop THX AAA
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, sadly

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  1. Same here, it really makes you think, as they have been some of the best in class for updates and letting you run software on almost everything up to now.
  2. There is a difference between "moving away from" and completely killing it He could also just as well have bought and setup Video a year ago, and for all you know they will discontinue Protect in two years
  3. Summary January, 1st 2021 (01/01/2021) Ubiquiti will drop support for UniFi-Video products, in order to "focus on UniFi Protect" Quotes My thoughts My main thoughts are that is seems that they want people to move to their hardware solutions instead of using their own, but it is also scary that they are not even going to release any form of security updates after 2020. It does seem even in their own forums that the majority of the feedback regarding this is negative. IP Cameras are also in my mind a product that many people will have for more than
  4. Update; Changed out my whole build with a SuuperMicro one; Running Ubuntu. 2xE5-2620 v2 32GB RAM 6x8TB Seagate NAS in Raid 6 + 6x4TB HGST and 4x6TB IronWolf NAS in JBOD Total raw storage is 88TB with 16 drives Old post here
  5. Okay, so picture time! Got and installed the DOM Picture of the corner of the room with the rack; Current mess that is in the rack; Really gotta clean up that mess... I've got an AC-Pro in my room, and an AC-LR in the roof of the stairs; I also have this, that I got, but I don't have a use for it yet...
  6. Yeah, I've actually had the same experience once with airbnb, it was still cheaper than a hotel, but the difference was not that huge after all the "addons"
  7. Yup, I personally think it's mostly a good thing tho, and I would even go as far as saying some things they are too soft on.
  8. To summarize; To me personally it seems like the same problems Uber and other American based companies have had opening divisions of their business here, it almost seems like it's their business model to do business in countries where they know they are operating outside the law, and they continue operating until they get shut down, then they complain about the laws that are in place. So, do you think that these companies did not understand what they were doing, or do you think it was a calculated risk to get people using the service, and s
  9. Thanks man, that is only because I havent posted the ghetto things Ive done in the meantime yet
  10. Added some stuff, got a new server with 2x E5 2620 v2, 32GB of RAM and 36 3.5" slots I will also try to add a bit of my current networking config soon!
  11. It was last updated the 6th of november 2016, sad to see the thread die...
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