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LIGISTX

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    LIGISTX got a reaction from BiotechBen in Why does it tell me i can't install windows 11   
    Likely because TPM 2.0. There is a megathread on here somewhere.... I would look through that.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from TetraSky in Why does it tell me i can't install windows 11   
    Likely because TPM 2.0. There is a megathread on here somewhere.... I would look through that.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Mel0nMan in Why does it tell me i can't install windows 11   
    Likely because TPM 2.0. There is a megathread on here somewhere.... I would look through that.
  4. Funny
    LIGISTX reacted to Fred_Redstone_2 in Why does it tell me i can't install windows 11   
    Mabe just don't install a version of Windows 11 before its release?
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    LIGISTX reacted to flibberdipper in what's going on with wifi router!   
    Manufacturers have this fun habit of combining the speeds of all bands into one number to make it look like a big dick router. My Nighthawk R7000 brags about being capable of "up to 1.9Gbps," but on one 5GHz band under nearly perfect conditions (aka my PC with an 8260 being about 16 inches away with only my desk separating them) I can only get about 600-650Mbps.
     
    I'm sure if I could activate everything on this router (two 5GHz networks and two 2.4GHz) and then somehow managed to saturate each one, assuming they can pull full speed on both the normal network and the guest network, I might be able to get at least a little closer to that bold 1.9Gbps claim.
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    LIGISTX reacted to Kilrah in Windows 11 resources summary   
    Given that's the "hot topic" right now there is a flood of new threads... We will keep one thread for general discussion, and if there are reference guides we will keep one thread for each significantly different method.
     
    Please keep discussion in each install guide relevant to that particular guide/method.
     
    Latest LTT video:
    Good explanations about everything and install guides
     
     
     
    Announcement thread:
     
     
    System requirements:
    Enabling TPM on platforms that support it etc
     
     
    More verbose compatibility check tool by @rcmaehl:
     
     
     
    Previous leak discussion:
     
    Leaked build install guides:
     
    VM installs:
    No thread, but VirtualBox works, select Windows 10 x64
     
    Bare metal installs:
    General requirements for straightforward install:
    UEFI, TPM 2.0 present and enabled, either discrete or firmware (Intel PTT / Platform Trust Technology confirmed, AMD fTPM unconfirmed). Secure Boot is not required.
     
    If you don't have that and get the "Your computer does not meet the minimum requirements" message see solutions below:
     
    Command-line install from install media, works for UEFI and Legacy/BIOS:
     
     
    Installing in a VM and transferring to physical drive:
     
     
    Replacing the W11 installer on the ISO with the one from W10 (that doesn't have the TPM check):
     
     
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    LIGISTX reacted to derpkotacasper in Ram Help   
    It could also be a B550 chipset and throwing a fit over which RAM slots are used which is common and I nailed it pretty quickly here, but I do appreciate what you have to say and will do further reading on the subject.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from YoungBlade in Ram Help   
    Glad that seems to have worked! But that doesn't reduce the value in fully understanding the system 🙂
     
    Its still an overclock, and that means its not guaranteed.
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    LIGISTX reacted to xBluemist in Ram Help   
    and you are absolutely correct sir. simply slot 1 and 3 are just funky. I respect you dearly.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from YoungBlade in Ram Help   
    This ^.
     
    99%+ likely run 3600, but, its not guaranteed to..... It is possible it can't do it. Wouldn't be the first time, and won't be the last. It is rare but not impossible.
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    LIGISTX reacted to YoungBlade in Ram Help   
    The memory controller is on the CPU. Just because you set the speed in the BIOS, that doesn't mean the CPU can run it
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    LIGISTX reacted to akshvank in Need opinion   
    probably a troll
     
     
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    LIGISTX reacted to YoungBlade in Ram Help   
    Yes, try with one stick to see if it works, then try with the other.
     
    If one of the two RAM sticks can't run at 3600 CL16, then the pair together won't work either. If they both work individually, then you've ruled out a bad stick of RAM.
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    LIGISTX reacted to CerealExperimentsLain in expanding Ture NAS storage   
    With UnRAID you can add drives at will, I have two UnRAID machines and I've easily expanded them one drive at a time.  The only catch is that any of your 'data drives' can be no larger than your 'parity drives'.  So if you build a whole UnRAID machine out of 8TB HDDs but want to add a 16TB HDD, you'll have to upgrade your 8TB parity drive to 16TB first. (But you could then recycle your former 8TB parity drive and use it as an 8TB data drive)
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Amsyar in Ram limiting gpu and cpu???   
    4GB of RAM today is a very minimal amount. 8GB is about as low as anyone should have especially if trying to game. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Kilrah in Ram limiting gpu and cpu???   
    4GB of RAM today is a very minimal amount. 8GB is about as low as anyone should have especially if trying to game. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Cool_Evlo in Does using a custom fan curve damage the fans ?   
    No, it’ll be fine. 
     
    Better question is, why do that? PC parts don’t mind running a bit warm, and maxing fans out just makes then loud… you can just let the GPU manage it’s fan on auto, it’ll be fine 🙂
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    LIGISTX reacted to SorryClaire in Pc wont boot at ram speed   
    What CPU and what RAM speed and timing (the C/CAS on the box)? Those 2 are way more important in this diagnose than a PSU.
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from BondiBlue in I am thinking to build a 10TB NAS - Need help!   
    Exactly as others said, not required, but I chose to use it… I spent close to 2 grand on all the hardware including 10x4 TB drives, what’s an extra ~100 bucks in RAM to get ECC.
     
    Also, if you want to run VM’s, I would look at virtualizing freenas as running things under freenas is not ideal. I use ESXi and run a few Ubuntu server VM’s alongside Freenas, and a windows VM as well. I used to try and run things under freenas, but that was just a headache. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from SpiderMan in BSOD RAM?   
    A CPU undervolt can cause ram issues, yes. The IMC (integrated memory controller) is inside the CPU… having more slots populated puts more stress on the IMC. I would reset all CPU options to auto and test again.
     
    If you can repeatedly show it to only be one bad RAM stick by taking others out, moving it from slot to slot, and if the issues only happen with that stick, yes that stick is certainly the issue. I would set all CPU voltages to auto tho, with your CPU temps there is no reason to underclock, it’s just adding one more unknown for no real world gain. 75c is pretty cool. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from L2S3000 in Discussion for Non-RAID PCie Sata Controller; more ports the better aligned with performance/speed   
    This.
     
    @Luvs2Splooge A RAID card flashed to IT mode working as an HBA is the best option. I forget which one I have, it’ll be in my dig under my homelab parts. 
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    LIGISTX got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in Discussion for Non-RAID PCie Sata Controller; more ports the better aligned with performance/speed   
    This.
     
    @Luvs2Splooge A RAID card flashed to IT mode working as an HBA is the best option. I forget which one I have, it’ll be in my dig under my homelab parts. 
  23. Agree
    LIGISTX reacted to Electronics Wizardy in Discussion for Non-RAID PCie Sata Controller; more ports the better aligned with performance/speed   
    Id get a lsi hba, something like a dell h200 or h310, or lsi 9201-8i. They should be sub 50 bucks on ebay.
     
     
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    LIGISTX reacted to Ncarini22 in Cannot locate the SATA power connection on Asrock Asrock B450M   
    Perfect. That's exactly what i needed.  I have the drive plugged into the motherboard, but didn't realize the power goes directly into the drive. I don't know how I missed that, but you definitely just saved me a bunch of time. Much appreciated!
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    LIGISTX reacted to 0hkie in PC Vastly underperforming, done everything I can think of, still runs terribly.   
    As in, ive updated it throughout the years. Im on their 28/01/2021 bios version right now.
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