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    It. Systemadministrator & Software Engineer


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z170N-WIFI
  • RAM
    Crucial DDR4-3200 2x16
  • GPU
    MSI 970 GTX OC Gaming
  • Case
    Cougar qbx
  • Storage
    Firecuda 2TB, 2x Samsung evo 500GB, 1x Samsung evo m2 500GB
  • PSU
    Corsair SF450
  • Display(s)
    Benq 24" 144HZ
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-L12, 5x120 Sys Fans
  • Keyboard
    Cherry MX Board 3.0
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba 2012
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  1. So install 3 cards to manage this.
  2. I would change: CPU Cooler : Be Quiet Dark Rock RIP HDD and go for 1tb ssd If you really need 2tb go for seagate firecuda 2tb. Its really nice even for games Go for 1660 super or rtx 2060 super PSU: I would grab a seasonic full modular like Seasonic Focus+ Gold 550W
  3. I would at least go with something like if you can afford 40 bucks extra. https://geizhals.de/?cat=WL-1339013 Its AM4, the GPU is much faster and you can plug in modern cpu if you wanna expand later.
  4. Hi, i build a pc for 3 vms. Basicly the people who use this machines are doing primar office work. So here the config: https://geizhals.de/?cat=WL-1334772 What i cant figure out is. Every Person has has two monitors so 6 in total. Can i use the Saphire GPRO 6200 which supports 6 monitors to give each vm 2 ports of this card or do i have to put in 3 gpus to solve this problem?
  5. Especially your last sentence is what i think too. Choose differfent kind of backup technology brings the real safety. Best example is in days like ransomeware can encrypt network dirves as fast as eating an apple tapes cant be attacked by this. Of course when your backup writes the encrypt data you have a problem but this could be prevented. Only work with harddrives is even if you mirror you data to a data center not without risk. And at least tapes are small in relation to capacity and have a nice durability in relation to hdd or ssd especially worm disks.
  6. Tanks a lot for this hint i will take my time to test this in our system and give some feedback here.
  7. Dont want to to query your knowlage but i know what a lot of data means. 24 Tapes each two weeks, 56 weeks a year, 5 years of history. You can sum this up yourself, i think it will enough. But to go with my probl. again. We have to Backup at 40TB a week so if i downt want to dig a deep whole and pay some money for a darkfiber to the next data center, i will have no chance to backup into a data center. It is possible to buy this connection but yeah i try to fix the problem with the tape first swing and dig with hammer an shovel :D. And as you see above i backup two ways B2T and B2D.
  8. I dont have a Problem with tape switching. I use a Tapeloader with 24 LTO5 Tapes. They are automaticly switching. Veeam is capable of ordering all tapes to different virtual archives. Works extremly nice.
  9. Veeam Backup & Replicaton
  10. Would be nice to know which software you will use and what kind of render engine. This would help a lot.
  11. When did you open your p last time? I don't think that the psu is the problem. Even under full stress your pc should not draw more then 300w. Check if you cooler are all free if dust.
  12. Hi, i need some experience from you. For our 2 Step Backup System i have something like this: Setup: Backupserver connected to Data Storage, Backup Storage and Tapeloader (LTO 5 Dualmagazin 80TB). All Connections are 10GBE. One "Old" 8 Bay Storage with 4x1gb Bond Network. This Storage has a Raid 0 of 2 SSDs with 2TB space an a Raid 5 with 20TB of space. Whats going on: Evey Night the Backup server do a B2D from Data Storage to Backup Storage. (In one week 6 increments an one fullbackup) One a week we the Backupserver do a B2T from Back
  13. Every freeware could recover 80 to 100 % of data after you do this. Only takes time and a free drive. Diskpart is a good tool but I you are worry about you data or you work in business this is not enough. Professional tools did recover up to70. I money is no problem you ore the one who wants your data could get a professional data recovery company to do this. Deban is one of the safest ways to destroy data. Deban gives you presets of erase options or you could select it manually. For example you could format+ write zero to each block+ format + write rnd string to each
  14. With crystaldiscinfo you could check the health status of your hdd. On windows 10 have a look at the installed apps window. On the "bottom" of the list their is a link to a menu for background activity. You should also find it under the security settings. You could disable all apps background activity their. This should help a lot.