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Everything posted by ANNIHILATOR284

  1. wowza, i wasn't aware of this. i gotta check this out. but then again it's Google. who's got the power to stop Google. it might be a speed bump that's it.
  2. only google fiber can save us now but only until they roll Skynet out
  3. I've been running my unRAID server for about 6 months now with 2x2tb drives (1 green and 1 red) and a 6 tb green drive. I recently got notified that my green 2tb drive was failing and has multiple SMART errors and bad sectors. I, fortunately, found a 2TB purple drive lying around and decided to replace the green drive with the purple drive. I have no Parity setup on the server yet. Is there a way to remove all the info from the green drive named (sdb) to the new drive named (sdd) without having to set up a parity disk. the failing driver and the new drive both are 2TB each.
  4. damn i will have to cross check. this can become a serious issue later on. thanks anyway
  5. there is a heat shield near the source bridge covering 2 M.2 slots ( seen it in some youtube video Jayztwocents or OC3D dont remember)
  6. i've checked and the mother board supports 3 M.2 SSDs, 2+1 config. don't know why 2+1 and not 3 but yeah. check here https://www.asus.com/in/Motherboards/ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME/specifications/
  7. lol unfortunately i don't have 150k. i've been using my 650ti for over 3 years and they've been performing great (obviously not amazingly great) with an i5 2600K. i make use of CUDA processing so that shouldn't be a problem. along with big data.
  8. it's coming upto 800W at stock usage. but i don't wanna risk it as i want room for upgrades too. it's a significant investment and i would like it to be future proof. would a thread ripper or a xeom be great?
  9. it's a good idea to cut down on the PSU. i would require all that SSD storage as i would be handling tera bytes of data require rapid access. in the end most is offloaded to a NAS for long term storage.
  10. Hi, I've been been working in the field of Machine Learning for over 7 years now and have been recently handed over a significant chunk of funding to aid my adventures. I require a work horse machine capable of handling immense work loads with lots of computing. i value the suggestion of the LTT community and would like to put my plan forward for your review and criticism. my max budget is about 7K$ ( is flexible) and I've come up with a PC part picker list. i of course will have to find a source to buy/ ship it to India my base of operations. unfortunately it's coming
  11. well my ISP is good in that way, there no throttling what so ever, i can stream 2 4K streams simultaneously no problem.
  12. Hi, I am not sure if this is the right place to put it but i feel the 'report an issue' option on floatplane isn't doing much good. anyways i've been trying to watch videos for over a week but am unable to. while trying to download the videos my speeds don't go over 24kbps and buffering is the same story. i have 100 UP 100 DOWN connection here so the internet connectivity isn't an issue at all. streaming was perfectly fine until a week ago but ever since then it's been horrendously slow. i put the videos to download on my way to work every morning and by the time i'm back in the ev
  13. i know, i feel it too. i think it (my photo) lacks the sharpness it needs. and that is one cute little photo you got there!
  14. Double exposure. no editing done, only basic colour work in Lightroom. shot from Cannon 70D - f/22 1/125 35mm ISO1600
  15. Photo shot by me, color work done in Lightroom. please rate it as you please.
  16. i guess along with all that a simple no fuss RAID solution in the NAS itself will hit the sweet spot just right
  17. sounds good, i've been using FreeNAS for over a yer and recently shifted to unRAID as freenas had become absolutely unstable and a pain in the butt. and i've quiet likes unraid's approach to plug in and forget, plug in 20 drives 2 parity and you're good to go. and regarding the drive limit, i hardy think i'm ever gonna cross the 6 drive limit let. got a link to your NAS setup i can look at and learn from?
  18. so how would you rate linus's use of unraid and btrfs for his servers and the 2 drive parity he runs on them? and if you would change it then why?
  19. okay! so what is btrfs was as stable as zfs, what then? and maybe a bit more in detail if possible. cheers!
  20. which of these file systems would you prefer over others for a 10+ TB multi driver NAS? your thoughts and reasons below!
  21. alrighty! i'll get back to you with the results ASAP (which in my case is a couple days) GAWD i love this forum #insta_results