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Xiauj

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    Xiauj reacted to ShrimpBrime in RAM Speed Issue   
    Nope you need a new board to support Ryzen 5000 series processors.
    Yes your current memory will be support by virtually all DDR4 motherboards.
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    Xiauj reacted to ShrimpBrime in RAM Speed Issue   
    Because I have Corsair 3000mhz LPX and 1st Gen processors. 
    The memory to start is lower tier kits. 
    The 1600 is supported to 2667mhz, you can view this spec at the AMD page.
     
    If you have a 3rd or 4th gen Ryzen, there is no guarantee past 3200mhz supported, past this frequency is an overclock to the memory controller, and the same reason wht the 1600 probably won't be good past 2667mhz
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    Xiauj reacted to ShrimpBrime in RAM Speed Issue   
    This Ryzen 1600 processor you have is not capable of running 4 sticks of Corsair LPX SK Hynix modules at 3000mhz XMP rated speeds. The memory controller just won't do it. It won't even matter how much effort you put into this. 
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    Xiauj reacted to PlayStation 2 in LGBT community   
    Well...
    I came clean to my mom. I let her know about how @pinksnowbirdie is my boyfriend and that we've been talking for over 3 years. 
    It went a lot better than expected. Now I just have to see how my dad feels about it.
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    Xiauj reacted to Nowak in Mechanical Keyboard Club!   
    Use a pair of digital calipers to check.
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    Xiauj reacted to Nowak in Mechanical Keyboard Club!   
    If you bought from Novelkeys, they're guaranteed to be retooled and will fall within Cherry's tolerances. Mike does not sell pre-retooled Box switches anymore.
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    Xiauj got a reaction from Lurick in Network patch-panelling   
    Sweet! ❤️ Thank Youuu!
    Glad I found this one tbh for that price haha
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    Xiauj got a reaction from Windows7ge in Network patch-panelling   
    Sweet! ❤️ Thank Youuu!
    Glad I found this one tbh for that price haha
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    Xiauj reacted to Windows7ge in Network patch-panelling   
    Normally brand new and latest model some of these switches can cost $1,000's or 10's of $1,000's of dollars but once they're a couple generations old and find their way on eBay some of them can be scooped up for stupid cheap. Like fully managed 48 port gigabit switches <$40.
     
    And yep. Plug'n'play. As Lurick explained CISCO is huge in the networking enterprise space. They make some great (really expensive too) networking gear that you can scoop up for really cheap on eBay.
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    Xiauj got a reaction from Lurick in Network patch-panelling   
    Ohhhh I see, interesting ? I never knew that lol, just the name and that's 'bout it haha
     
    So it's definitely the same model, yeah? Ok sweet!
    That's good to know! Thanks! ❤️
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    Xiauj reacted to Lurick in Network patch-panelling   
    Cisco used to own Linksys back in the mid to late 2000's before selling it off when they found the consumer market to not be profitable. Cisco is the largest manufacturer of enterprise networking gear in the world, not to be confused with Sysco (pronounced the same way) the food delivery company
    It's an unmanaged switch so it's just plug and play which is what you want
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    Xiauj got a reaction from Lurick in Network patch-panelling   
    @Windows7ge @wkdpaul @SansVarnic, Ok so I've been looking around at some unmanaged switches and at the ones that SansVermic very kindly linked above (Thanks btw) and luckily, I found one sold by My local Amazon here in the UK (Amazon-UK), however, because I'm a complete noob as You can probably tell by now...  Lmao, I just wanna be 100% sure on a couple of things before I order this 24-Port Linksys switch and return the one I have atm:
     
     
    I am able to put the cable as it is, coming from My router, into Port-#1 and have access/hook-up other devices like PCs/Consoles/etc..... in Ports #2-#24..?
    Correct?
     
    And that is a 19" compatible Rackmount..? I need it to be 19".
    Correct?
     
    Sorry for all the questions, I just wanna be 100% sure as mentioned :3 
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    Xiauj got a reaction from TopHatProductions115 in Network patch-panelling   
    Hey everyone,
    I recently bought this rack-mountable patch panel / network switch from Amazon-UK and I'm a bit confused on how to wire it up because I thought it was going to be similar to My other Network switch that I have lying on My desk currently but it's completely different and like I said before, I'm confused. VERY Confused .
     
     
    A) Do I need to provide power? Assuming Yes, lol, but I cannot see how You're meant to provide power because this patch panel had come with no plug/power-source when it arrived. There's a earth-wire with a circle-shaped metal hook (Sort of) which I assume You attach directly onto the rack-mount case, maybe? If so, how?
     
    B) From what I can tell, the wire that comes from My router needs to be opened up and each of the colours needs to be "punched down" into the patch panel with a "LSA Insertion Tool" in Port #1 so I can then have access to Ports #2-#24? Is that how it works?
     
    C) Ports #1-#8 are on one PCB and so are Ports #9-#16 and Ports #17-#24. Can I "bridge" the PCBs together for Ethernet-access and power? If so, how??
     
     
     
    Really need some help and advice!
    Thanks!
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    Xiauj got a reaction from TopHatProductions115 in Network patch-panelling   
    @Windows7ge @wkdpaul @SansVarnic, Ok so I've been looking around at some unmanaged switches and at the ones that SansVermic very kindly linked above (Thanks btw) and luckily, I found one sold by My local Amazon here in the UK (Amazon-UK), however, because I'm a complete noob as You can probably tell by now...  Lmao, I just wanna be 100% sure on a couple of things before I order this 24-Port Linksys switch and return the one I have atm:
     
     
    I am able to put the cable as it is, coming from My router, into Port-#1 and have access/hook-up other devices like PCs/Consoles/etc..... in Ports #2-#24..?
    Correct?
     
    And that is a 19" compatible Rackmount..? I need it to be 19".
    Correct?
     
    Sorry for all the questions, I just wanna be 100% sure as mentioned :3 
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    Xiauj reacted to wkdpaul in Network patch-panelling   
    yes, that type of switch is exactly what you need for that type of use (plug your router in one port and the rest of the devices in other ports).
     
    Yes, it's rackmountable, 19 inches is the standard and the data sheet says it's a rack mount unit ;
    https://downloads.linksys.com/downloads/datasheet/en/LGS116_LGS124_English.pdf
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    Xiauj reacted to sowon in LTT Discord is being scraped by a company that wont let you delete the data they have   
    This isn't the first time Discord has had an incident regarding user data, and certainly won't be the last. I feel like this is more on Discord's security moreso than the actual scraping itself as I've been part of a scrape before, which is why I tend to not connect anything major to my Discord, not join any huge Discord servers, and certainly not connect any sensitive information excluding my phone number for two-factor authentication.
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    Xiauj reacted to TVwazhere in Why is their a middle finger emoji..   
    -Topic Locked-
     
    Content like this is best suited as a Status update.
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    Xiauj reacted to MEC-777 in [Build Log] Woodland Raven - Case Mod Project [WIP]   
    The big swing-hinges arrived!!!
     
    Packaging was atrocious, but everything was there and [mostly] undamaged. Might need a fresh coat of paint to hide some scratches, but meh. 
    The strength of the gas shocks are perfect for the weight of the side panels, so I think these will work great. They don't quite stay in the closed position, so I might have to use magnets or something to keep them closed.
     

     

     

    VID_20200115_182422.mp4
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    Xiauj reacted to seagate_surfer in Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!   
    How cool, man! ??
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    Xiauj reacted to Lady Fitzgerald in File cloning software   
    While I never actually tried to clone from SATA to NVMe, I've read many threads where clones failed and the consensus was the clones failed due to being from SATA to NVMe.
     
    I just did some more research and found the issue is actually due to a driver difference, going from MBR to GPT, or both. Most SATA drives under 2.2TB will be formatted MBR. NVMe drives have to be formatted GPT, no matter their size. You cannot clone directly from MBR to GPT without having to deal with boot loader differences. Also, native Windows NVMe drivers (Win 8,x and 10; Win 7 needed to have a driver installed anyway) aren't always compatible and Samsung's driver needs to be in stalled.
     
    See this thread for more on this. I appolgize for the wrong answer.
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    Xiauj reacted to Derkoli in Show off your latest purchase!   
    Seen as I'm starting to work from home, I decided I needed a new DAW, so here it is. Thanks to @boggy77 for the help with the components
     
    PCPartPicker Part List: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/XtzcMc
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 3.5 GHz 16-Core Processor  (£719.99 @ Amazon UK)
    CPU Cooler: Corsair H150i PRO 47.3 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  (£149.97 @ Amazon UK)
    Thermal Compound: Noctua NT-H1 3.5 g Thermal Paste  (£6.74 @ Amazon UK)
    Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming ATX AM4 Motherboard  (£284.95 @ Amazon UK)
    Memory: G.Skill Trident Z Neo 64 GB (4 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory  (£421.61 @ Amazon UK)
    Storage: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 2 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive  (£229.98 @ Amazon UK)
    Video Card: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB AORUS XTREME Video Card  (£1190.00 @ Amazon UK)
    Case: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Rev. 2 ATX Full Tower Case  (£236.51 @ Amazon UK)
    Power Supply: BitFenix Formula Gold 750 W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply  (£92.99 @ Amazon UK)
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit  (£48.00 @ Amazon UK)
    Sound Card: Creative Labs Sound Blaster AE-9 32-bit 384 kHz Sound Card
    Monitor: Samsung C32HG70 31.5" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor  (£459.99 @ Amazon UK)
    Monitor: Samsung C32HG70 31.5" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor  (£459.99 @ Amazon UK)
    Monitor: Samsung C32HG70 31.5" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor  (£459.99 @ Amazon UK)
    Keyboard: Logitech G213 PRODIGY Wired Gaming Keyboard  (£92.99 @ Amazon UK)
    Mouse: Logitech MX MASTER 2S (Black) Wireless Laser Mouse  (£95.32 @ Amazon UK)
    Total: £4949.02
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-01-10 16:39 GMT+0000
     
    Yes, it has a sound card, Needed a Microphone input, and that was the easiest way.
     
    Also, new network switch:
     

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    Xiauj reacted to RollinLower in Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!   
    Updates to my server rack!

    As she now stands, from top to bottom:
    -Mikrotik routerboard RB2011iL -RM
    -cablemanagement
    -Dell Powerconnect 2724
    -QNAP NAS
    -distributed computing server
    -drawer, storage shelves
     
    She's finally starting to look like a proper rack now. 
    I also changed out the DDC pump/Res for a shorter D5 pump/Res in the server. Now I have unrestricted airflow towards the GPU's, and the D5 is a lot quieter!

    Also, a touchscreen on the router with life stats readout. Pornography right there.

     
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    Xiauj reacted to LogicalDrm in Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!   
    Please post pictures of your actual setup, not just product pics for stuff you use.
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    Xiauj got a reaction from Jurrunio in RAM Speed configuration(s)   
    Ah Ok. I don't normally play that many highly intensive FPS games with high/ultra graphics tooooo often... so that should be alright.
     
    The primary reason I want to obtain the 3000MHz was and still is because I tend to play some Heavily Modded-MC a lot and I thought maybe, just maybe the RAM-Speeds might(?) be affecting it because we all know MC is based on JAVA and we all know that JAVA loves to hog resources, kind of !
     
    So yeah, I think I'm gonna leave the RAM as it is for now and get a new M.2 SSD which I'll be ordering in the next couple days! and then I'm gonna be moving everything from My 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Hard Drive (HDD) onto the M.2 SSD then see how MC performs and possibly consider upgrading the CPU too but I dunno about that yet.
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    Xiauj reacted to spwath in Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!   
    Nice and organized

     
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