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About Archeval

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  • Interests
    PC, Networking, Virtualization
  • Occupation
    Network Specialist


  • CPU
    FX 8350
  • Motherboard
    Crosshair V Formula-Z
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengence DDR3
  • GPU
    GTX 980
  • Case
    Antec Illusion 300
  • Storage
    WD Black 2TB
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 850W Full-modular (i know it's overkill, i didn't buy it)
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 4k 60HZ and ASUS 1080p 60Hz
  • Cooling
    Cougar Hydraulic Bearing Fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe RGB Silent
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Epic Chroma
  • Sound
    Creative GigaWorks T20
  • Operating System
    Winderps 7 Home

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  1. i exported it in DWG because it was small enough to upload here case.dwg
  2. They don't have to use a law against you, just any previous case that was ruled on before you that relates to what you did. just because you're being persistent about it here's the whole library just as a bonus here's some more stuff
  3. you seem to be missing the point of "account not intended for your use" and "malicious act" and if you're found out this thread would be Exhibit A in your case adding Premeditation to the rest of the stuff against you
  4. it really isn't though, you're using an account that was not intended for your use to do a malicious act. The only difference here is the scale of the action. just don't. Generally speaking any idea that is prefaced with "is this illegal?" the answer is yes
  5. there are many books and classes dedicated to this and if you want to learn the basics of networking on your own i would recommend starting with the Network+ reading material if you're interested
  6. isn't there a whole thing about the sins of the father not transferring to the son (child)?
  7. you would do well to remember the warning that is quoted below
  8. it looks like they both have MX Blue switches so yes they appear to be real mechanical keyboard switches. if you don't mind noise when typing it's fine generally speaking any MX switch should last over a year unless you get unlucky and have one with a manufacturing error (very rare). or mash every key with 20 pounds of force
  9. per 3.5" drive you're looking at 6 to 10W of power consumption depending on the type and maker of hard drive so 550W should be good for what you have listed, unless you start adding lots of drives to it then i would suggest a 600W+ PSU
  10. To add to the US stuff Atlanta, GA is a huge tech city right now with many companies hiring
  11. question, are you going to be making large file transfers to/from your server? if so you might benefit more from 10GbE than 1GbE if you're willing to there's some SFP+ options for you that would be pretty reliable and fast i'll list some parts here just to give out some options, if you're not opposed to SFP+ https://www.ubnt.com/edgemax/edgeswitch-16-xg/ 733385-001 HP 10GB 2-Port PCI-Express x8 571SFP+ Network Interface Card Cisco Direct attach cable - Twinaxial 3.3 ft 2m (6.6') Amphenol 10GbE SFP+ Direct Attach Passive Copper Cab
  12. ok here's the basic design i was thinking, no drive bays or cable management but it's the concept, it's also my first real sketchup attempt case.skp
  13. i don't think it does, i was just using it to get a visual idea of what the case should look like to make it work
  14. I don't have an answer to this but i'm very curious about this as well and i'm very interested to see what answers you get