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GrayTech

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About GrayTech

  • Title
    Hello

Profile Information

  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PCs and Cars
  • Occupation
    Printer Technician

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Prime X370-Pro
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport LT
  • GPU
    RX 570 4GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define S
  • Storage
    500GB NVME SSD, 1TB HDD, 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime Gold 650W
  • Display(s)
    24" 60Hz 1080p + 2x 19" Fujitsu 720p
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Shadow Rock 2
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    AKG K72/Logitech Z313/Edifier Studio 1280DB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Depends on where you live. I would recommend looking at the prices other people in your area want for this hardware.
  2. You can find a list of supported CPUs for almost any motherboard on its manufacturers website. The i5 9600K will not work with this motherboard. Please keep in mind that you cant overclock an i7 6700K with a H110 board.
  3. I thought about this as well but actually I want to get some experience with DIY NAS software and I don't mind spending some time figuring out how everything works. Also space isn't a problem. Also I want to be able to just add another drive if I need more storage and with a budget prebuild NAS I'm limited on expansion. That's a good question. For my backup share I'll probably need about 6-8TB and probably around 3TB for my file storage. I don't have that much data but I can always add more drives if I need mor storage in the future. That's where my concerns about desktop drive
  4. My internal drives are slowly reaching their limits and my "external HDD backup strategy" is just not working for me anymore. So basically it's time to build a DIY NAS. What I want to use it for: 1) Backups of my main PC and laptop as well as RPIs 2) Storing data I don't need to access that often Which OS do I want to use? I have almost no experience with NAS software except some time I spend trying FreeNAS. But I'm still looking for recommendations. I want to be able to create network shares I can access from Windows and Linux. I don't need any advanced
  5. I did but since it is the first boot after the new installation and Windows wants to finish it it actually doesn't allow me to boot into safe mode.
  6. I tried to upgrade an old HDD to a new SSD in one of my friends laptop. This is not the first time I install Windows 10 but it is the first time I can't get it to work. The new SSD is the only drive in the system (except the installation USB drive). I tried the Windows 2004 installation drive I already had as well as a fresh Windows 20H2 drive, the result doesn't change. The installation itself works just fine but when the system restarts the Windows logo and the loading circle appears but after some seconds the PC restarts. After the restart it fails to boot correctly for the second time and
  7. I already got a deal on a MX500 SSD for an old laptop. I still need some WD Reds for my NAS. Hopefully I'll get a good deal.
  8. "If LTX 2020 doesn't happen, I'll eat my Stealth Hoodie." That's what Linus said in the video down below at exactly 4:20. Obviously this is just a joke but I watched some old LTX videos in the background while working on a laptop and though I would share it with you. Please don't eat your clothes.
  9. After some renovation I want to put my R1280s on the wall. I've never wallmounted speakers before and they don't have any holes to attach a mount. After some google reserach I found many side clamping wallmounts but I'm not sure if they would be able to hold the speakers securely. I really don't want to drill into them since they are still under warranty. Any recommendations for wall mounts? They are about 15x20x24cm.
  10. I got the Vodafone Station today for my own home. It's awful. I set up PiHole in my network but most provider boxes don't even have the option to change the DNS. But I'm currently setting up something more DIY.
  11. Thanks for your help! Yeah I wanted to do the create a subnet for the 4040. These modems you get from your provider are usually garbage when it comes to configuration. The house had ethernet runs for some rooms directly into a small room in the basement together with the TV and power cables. This would be the perfect small server room. But whoever installed those ethernet cables did a very bad job. They are mislabled and for the last few years now they weren't even connected. So finding out which cables go to which outlet will be fun.
  12. Okay here is the plan then: Ethernet from the modem in the basement to the 4040 upstairs. then back into the basement (This isn't a problem since every outlet has two ethernet runs.) to the main switch which connects all the other ethernet outlets in the house. Then AP1200 will be connected to an to an ethernet outlet via cable. Does this sound good?
  13. The devolo will be replaced with an ethernet cable to the mode/router in the basement. Why can't I just get the 4040 and one RP1200? This would be possible to set up as well. How good is the 4040 wifi?
  14. The Netgear was there to test if one router in the middle of the house is enough. Their current setup is one devolo dlan with wireless at the left wall of the house so you have decent internet in the living room and the rest of the house has no wireless which is fast enough for a skype call. Their (non wifi btw) modem is in the basement so replacing it would be useless. Edit: My plan was to put one access point at each side of the house which is directly attached to the modem via ethernet. The house is basically an oval.
  15. Wait, I don't want to replace the modem tbh.
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