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LIGISTX

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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Mel0nMan in Going back from 21:9 to 16:9   
    Yea… I personally wouldn’t be able to go back because of this. 
     
    They make high refresh ultrawide panels… mine is 100, they have 120+ models now. May be worth going that route. Personally I am waiting for a high refresh OLED ultrawide. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Fasauceome in Going back from 21:9 to 16:9   
    Yea… I personally wouldn’t be able to go back because of this. 
     
    They make high refresh ultrawide panels… mine is 100, they have 120+ models now. May be worth going that route. Personally I am waiting for a high refresh OLED ultrawide. 
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    LIGISTX reacted to igormp in RTX 3060 ti vs RTX 3060 [why is a 6GB card better than a 12gb card]   
    The 3060ti has 8gb, not 6.
     
    It also has a wider memory bus (256bit vs the 3060's 192bit), meaning that it can access more data in parallel at once. That also implies on the available memory amount: each memory chip "uses" 32 bits, the 3060 can have a max of (192/32) 6 memory chips, which nvidia used 6x of 2gb chips (using only 1gb chips would be really bad PR-wise).
     
    The 3060ti also has more SMs (the basic major block of a GPU that defines the amount of shading units and whatnot), which gives it more raw "horsepower".
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    LIGISTX reacted to OU812 in RTX 3060 ti vs RTX 3060 [why is a 6GB card better than a 12gb card]   
    More cuda cores and a wider memory bus are the big reasons.
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    LIGISTX reacted to Mel0nMan in Should I separate games from OS between two different SSD's?   
    Yeah the only reason to separate them nowadays is if you want like 4 or 8 tb which you need a separate HDD for.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Mel0nMan in Should I separate games from OS between two different SSD's?   
    Sure, but that would be a different use case; if your currently played games library is too large to affordable fit on SSD, put OS and most played games on SSD, rest on a very large HDD.
     
    For OP, no reason to buy a 256 just for windows and a 1TB just for games.
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    LIGISTX reacted to jwtsnm in Upgrading my network--want to make sure I'm setting things up efficiently.   
    Thanks for the prompt response. I'll keep the bridge mode issue in mind when getting everything set up!
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in Is it worth upgrading to windows 11 now?   
    It’s not ready for prime time. There is no real reason to switch unless your a developer looking to use it as a new dev environment. 
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    LIGISTX reacted to WereCat in Is it worth upgrading to windows 11 now?   
    As of right now I don't think there is any reason to upgrade to W11 at all besides checking how it's like.
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    LIGISTX reacted to BecauseRussia in Pfsense & Intel card Need Help please   
    Sorry I can't help you with this issue specifically, but this might help.
     
    I don't know if this is allowed or not, but you may find better support on forums.lawrencesystems.com
     
    Tom Lawrence who runs the website has a YT channel were he goes in-depth with pfSense and other opensource projects. His forums tend to be more technical and networking based than here, so you may have better luck getting some help there.
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    LIGISTX reacted to Electronics Wizardy in Transferring all data from main storage drive to another?   
    Id keep the sata drive, the performance difference won't matter.
     
    But there are many cloning tools like macrum reflect.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Birbsylot in Upgrade from i5 9400f   
    Yes, that will work fine. I just wouldn’t try and step up to a 9900k on that board as the 9900k can really ask a lot of your VRM
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    LIGISTX reacted to Gamer4714 in How much watts do I need to run these parts?   
    850 watts. 
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    LIGISTX reacted to kbdavis in Setting up 2nd Home LAN   
    Here's a practical example. My wife works from home and does a bit of printing for work. Instead of using the family's injet printer, we brought our home office laser printer that is more economical for a work environment. Windows 10 has the nasty habit of adding printers it doesn't even have the drivers for - simply because it sees it on the network. This was essentially my reasoning to go this way.
     
    Again, not a big deal. But if it was avoidable then I figured why not. However if it would cause NAT issues then it's not a big issue to just do a LAN-to-LAN and run a single network, I was just wanting to prevent random devices showing up on everyone's PCs from both sides of household
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from kbdavis in Setting up 2nd Home LAN   
    Yup, had to get R2 on an IP that can talk to R1 (.0.x, .0.253 works fine, clearly). 

    Yes, things will get internet and it’ll work. But devices will not know they are in a double nat, and UPNP for instance will not work since devices will open a port in R2 but that won’t translate up to R1, and other services won’t/may not work either. Google double NAT, plenty of articles will pop up 🙂
     
    But, again, what are you trying to accomplish by this? Can’t offer proper advice without understanding the need. I run a pfsense router with multiple subnets… I understand why folks may want this, but without your specific use case all I can really say is “just don’t do this”. If you have a specific reason to do it, that’s fair, but what is it? Maybe there are other ways to do what your looking to accomplish. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from kbdavis in Setting up 2nd Home LAN   
    Ok, understood. While I do think this is a strange and funny use case, to each their own 🙂
     
    What I would recommend here is to not set up multiple firewalls which is what you are effectively doing here. Each router has a firewall between WAN and LAN, and that is what causes the double nat situation. If all you want is separate Wifi, you should be able to turn the router into effectively just a wifi AP (access point).
     
    To do this, every router is a bit diff, but you will want to put R2 in bridge mode, or DMZ mode, just depends what they call it. This will effectively turn off the firewall and basically just act as a switch. Then you can still set your secondary SSID for things to connect to via wifi, and it all should be happy, think. I have only ever done this with using the same SSID and same subnet. I know enough about networking to be dangerous, but I am no outright expert...
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from RuslanZab in Sound quality comparison between gaming and audiophile headphones   
    It’s a completely different experience. It’s almost not even comparable. 
     
    6xx’s are an end game headphone, with proper source and when driven well, they are some of the best sounding headphones in existence; they scale incredibly well with good amp and dacs.
     
    The schiit stack is a fantastic amp and dac setup, 200 bucks and it’s 90% as good as much more expensive options. And they “pair” well with 6xx’s as the amp has loads of power which the 6xx’s need. 
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    LIGISTX reacted to RockSolid1106 in a motherboard should not store anything personal besides w10 code?   
    Your motherboard doesn’t even store the windows 10 code. All it stores is the BIOS.
    So don’t worry about your information when selling your mobo unless you’re also selling the storage medium(SSD or Hard drive) with it.
     
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Somerandomtechyboi in Stock cooler enough   
    Yes. It’ll be fine. 
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    LIGISTX reacted to Moonzy in I need to RMA my corsair PSU, what am I in for?   
    I've had a good experience with corsair RMA
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    LIGISTX reacted to Chris Pratt in Issue with RAM speed   
    It's a common confusion. No need to feel stupid. It would be better if manufacturers would actually list it as "1600MHz - 3200 MT/s", but that would actually probably confuse people more at this point, since they're used to seeing 3000MHz+ on the box.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from SkilledRebuilds in Issue with RAM speed   
    DDR stands for double data rate. 1600 is half of 3200, 1600mhz is the “correct” speed of your RAM and is what apps will report with. 
     
    Your PC is fine, things are working correctly 🙂
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from jaslion in Is 750w good enough for 3080 and 10700k   
    It’ll be close. 750x is a good PSU, very good ripple control as it has caps at the end of each plug, those caps may be the saving grace that helps reduce voltage spikes from the 3080 load.
     
    Only 1 way to find out tho. Lol. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from FakeKGB in Is 750w good enough for 3080 and 10700k   
    It’ll be close. 750x is a good PSU, very good ripple control as it has caps at the end of each plug, those caps may be the saving grace that helps reduce voltage spikes from the 3080 load.
     
    Only 1 way to find out tho. Lol. 
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