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SphinxPhoenix

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About SphinxPhoenix

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday Jul 01, 1998

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    https://steamcommunity.com/id/sphinx_phoenix/
  • Twitter
    https://twitter.com/sphinx_phoenix
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Hobby Photographer
    Wannabe Gamer
  • Occupation
    Toolmaker

System

  • CPU
    System 1: i7 7800X @4.4GHz stable Main Gaming Rig
    System 2: i5 4690K @3.5GHz (stock) HTPC
    System 3: Xeon W3550 @3.07GHz (stock) Offsite Backup to be deployed (im saving up for drives)
    System 4: 2x Xeon X5670 @2.93GHz (stock) NAS/Plex Server/VM Server
  • Motherboard
    System 1: Asus STRIX X299-E Gaming
    System 2: Asus Maximus VII Ranger
    System 3: Lenovo ThinkStation C20 Type 4105
    System 4: Supermicro X8DTN+
  • RAM
    System 1: 32GB DDR4 (4x8GB) Corsair Vengance LPX @2666MHz
    System 2: 16GB DDR3 (4x4GB) Crucial Ballistix Sport @1600MHz
    System 3: 6GB DDR3 (3x2GB) Generic Hynix @1066MHz
    System 4: 24GB DDR3 ECC (6x4GB) Nanya @1333MHz + 24GB DDR3 ECC (12x2GB) Samsung/Hynix @1333MHz
  • GPU
    System 1: Asus GTX1070 8G Strix
    System 2: Intel HD Graphics 4600
    System 3: none
    System 4: Onboard ATI ES1000 + Dell Radeon HD 6350
  • Case
    System 1: Corsair Carbide Air 540
    System 2: Corsair Carbide 300R Black Windowed
    System 3: Lenovo ThinkStation C20 Type 4105
    System 4: Supermicro SC745TQ-R1200B
  • Storage
    System 1: 1x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB + 1x Samsung 850 EVO 250GB + 2x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB + 1x External Samsung T5 1TB + 1x External Seagate (Samsung) 1,75TB in an Intenso Enclosure
    System 2: 1x Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
    System 3: none (im saving for Drives)
    System 4: 1x Seagate Ironwolf pro 16TB + 2x WD RED 4TB + 4x WD Enterprise 250GB + 1x WD WD2500JS 250GB + 1x Seagate Ironwolf pro 16TB as Parity
    *DEAD* NAS: Synology DS218play
  • PSU
    System 1: bequiet! Straight Power 10 CM 800W
    System 2: ARLT Computer 650W
    System 3: Lenovo ThinkStation C20 Type 4105 (625W)
    System 4: 2x Supermicro PWS-1K21P-1R 1200W Redundant
  • Display(s)
    System 1: Dell U2718Q + Eizo EV2450
    System 2: Optoma HD 141 X
    System 3: none
    System 4: Acer AL1717
  • Cooling
    System 1: Corsair H100i Pro + some Corsair Case Fans
    System 2: bequiet! Dark Rock 3 w bq Fan + some Corsair Case Fans
    System 3: Lenovo ThinkStation C20 Type 4105
    System 4: Way to loud but necessary server Fans
  • Keyboard
    System 1: Corsair K95 RGB (the old one with 18 G-Keys)
    System 2: Rapoo Wireless Ultra-slim Keyboard Mod.: E9070
    System 3: none
    System 4: None or also the Rapoo from System 2 because its operated headless most of the time
  • Mouse
    System 1: Logitech MX Master 2S
    System 2: Logitech MX Anywhere 2
    System 3: none
    System 4: generic Hama
  • Sound
    Vanatoo T1 + Sennheiser HD 660s with Antlion Modic + Takstar PRO 82 + Movo VXR100 connected to behringer xenyx q802USB + Sansui Stereo Receiver 661 with KLH Model Seventeen's
  • Operating System
    System 1: Windows 10 pro
    System 2: Windows 10 pro
    System 3: none
    System 4: Unraid 6.8.3
  • Laptop
    MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012 that i bought from a friend for 200€ so it woudnt go to waste and only use when im on tour with my camera
  • Phone
    Oneplus 3T
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. I have now tried updating the BIOS as suggested by TheCakeIsNaOH over on level1techs forum. Sadly this didn’t fix it, the system is still stuck with the fans pinned at 100% but with no post, no screen output and no error beeps.
  2. So i have the strangest problem. I bought a Supermicro mobo (X8DTN+) for my nas with dual Xeon X5670 cpu's and 12x2Gb ECC reg. ram from Samsung/Hynix @1333MHz preinstalled. Before i first booted it i installed new thermal compound and inspected the sockets for damage. After i reinstalled the cpu's and applied new thermal compound i booted the machine and it worked fine. I also bought 6x4Gb Nanya 1333MHz ECC reg. ram which also worked as expected. A month later i bought a different Supermicro mobo (X8DTN+-F) with dual Xeon E5620 cpu's and 18x4Gb ECC reg. ram from Hynix @1333MHz preins
  3. So my Synology DS 218play died on me last week. Fortunately i was able take one of the drives out of it to copy all data to it so i still have a backup (i even mirrored it to the other drive i had in the Synology nas). Both drives survived. But now i need a new nas and because i was not really happy with the feature set of the Synology box anyway. I have an old Lenovo ThinkStation C20 lying around that i intend to use for my diy nas. The specs for the Thinkstation are as follows: CPU: Xeon W3550 Ram: 6Gb DDR3 GPU: Dell Radeon HD 6350 Psu: 625W I
  4. It got better in March 2019 after i moved across town:
  5. I just found another way of doing it
  6. Hi Guys, (be advised im not a native speaker, im from germany, so if i get some things wrong please excuse me, so anyway:) so i want to do a few things with my home network but because i dont have any experience with networking i need some help. First of all i attached a shitty paint drawing of my current setup (in the green boxes) and my attempt of trying to come up with at least anything that might work for what im trying to achieve. To give a short explanation of said drawing: on the left top is my main rig which is connected to my switch in the same room via LAN 1Gbps. Thi
  7. So i did go with the sonys and thnks too all answers guys
  8. Sorry that i didn't put it right because i was trying to say that i want to get away from my CURRENT pair of standard accessorie sony iems from my last phone. So i wasn't hating about all iems and i know that there are very good ones out there, i even considered buying the jaybird x2, but i just dont want iems in general anymore because i personally prefer on ears.
  9. Srsly ? They do look good but the m40x which @Dackzy suggested do seem better even though they cost 20€ more Sennheisers are too expensive so sorry Im not shure about the creatives but the m40x are pretty decent although i wonder if the m50(x?) are worth the extra 50€ which would bring me 30€ over my budget but i would consider it if they rwally are worth it. And no iems please im trying to get away from my cheap ass iems thats why i posted here at all
  10. I just love the new Blade and it would be such a big relief not having to carry my big old heavy desktop to my friends lan parties anymore ?
  11. Hey, so i'm searching for a some good light an comfy pair of headphones that do well with my phone (OP 3) and that I can easily carry around with me when I'm out and about. Would love to hear some good recommendations. Thanks I'm willing to spend up to 120€.
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