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Electronics Wizardy

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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from BTGbullseye in 3000 series life spawn   
    We don't know about future games and what hardware they will require. You look up past gpus to see how other generations have aged with new game. You can play current games at current settings as long as you want.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Mister Woof in i5-10600k with B460 motherboard   
    Its gonna limit your ram speed, but that shouldn't make a huge difference.
     
    But id save the money and get a 10400f here, much cheaper, not that much less performance.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from AnirbanG007 in i5-10600k with B460 motherboard   
    Its gonna limit your ram speed, but that shouldn't make a huge difference.
     
    But id save the money and get a 10400f here, much cheaper, not that much less performance.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from genexis_x in i7 1165g7 vs i7 1185g7   
    You can't really compare cpus performance between different models like that, as things like thermals and power limits make a huge differences. There can be massive differenes in performance in systems with the same chip.
     
    But those chips are pretty similar in performance, mostly a small clock speed differences.
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to ShrimpBrime in Task manager only detects 2 cores on cpu when it should be 4   
    2 cores share an FPU. 
    So by definition it's hardware bound SMT, not done via software instruction sets or other.
    And thus the reason AMD lost the law suit.
     
    But technically, when X86 was first designed, it didn't have an FPU. But by definition was still an X86 core.
     
     
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to Duckster in When do you guys think that the 4000 series will release?   
    maybe in 2 years (just a guess based on past releases)
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to somer4ndo in stop with clickbait title (youtube)   
    ???????????
    are you talking about the youtube channel or the topics in this forum?
    if youtube channel:
    They have already addressed this, they try to make them as natural as possible, so they are not LTT episode XXXXXXXXXXX: macbook pro 2150 what are you even talking about if topics:
    right back at you you're right, some of these are a little iffy again, this post is not an exception
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from RAM555789 in Is this peak or continuous wattage?   
    Normally a pc psu will only show continuous power, not peak in the ratings.
     
    The reddit post is about distribution amount the rails.
     
     
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to WereCatf in SSD Raid on a HDD-only RAID chipset - can not use TRIM?   
    Nothing much, really. BIOS RAID has always been shit. Software-RAID can make use of all the feature an OS-kernel offers, it can be fully filesystem-aware instead of just a block-based thing like BIOS RAID, it can be updated whenever needed unlike BIOS RAID, which can only be updated along the entire BIOS and so on.
    I would ditch the BIOS RAID, but it's up to you.
    I don't use Windows Storage Spaces, so no. Should be easy enough to find plenty of guides by googling around.
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to Biomecanoid in Can I see a Network shared windows folder on Raspbian?   
    https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/samba-windows-linux
     
    all info is online 
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from AnirbanG007 in Samsung 860 or WD Blue sn550 for games   
    Got a sounce on that, this reviews shows a pretty small slow down, and about the same as the 860 evo 
     
     
     
    Id get the cheaper drive, but if there the same price, the sn550 is normally faster, and gives you the advantages of nvme like the lower cpu overhead.
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to leadeater in Remote Windows Deployment   
    You can use MDT to do this as it has an option to create Offline Deployment Media. Have a look in to setting up MDT.
     
    You should be able to as part of the imaging process create a recovery partition at the front of the disk that is bootable and contains this Offline Media that you will be able to boot from, it'll just be a secondary boot option. Updating this image won't be easy but at least you'll have a way to refresh systems back to a known state.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from SheevaBlaster in Best Way to Set up Netgear Nighthawk AC2300 R7000P   
    You probably have internet over the coax then.
     
    Id probably try to use your own modem, but if you can't, setup the g1100 in bridge mode, and plug your routers wan port into the lan ports on the g1100
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Blue4130 in Ineed help to make server   
    Linux really isn't that hard to use, and ZFS gives you a lot of nice features here, id really try to use it here.
     
    What is your backup plan, where is the data being backed up to?
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to Blue4130 in Ineed help to make server   
    Seriously, do you really need this for a new YouTube channel? How fast are you growing? How long have you been on YouTube? What is your subscription growth rate? How many videos are you making per week? 
     
    This whole post screams of dream build that will never materialize. 
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from my name is guru iam tech in Ineed help to make server   
    So you have a unlimited budget but xeon cpus are too expensive? The cpu will be a very small amount of the budget here. The issue with epyc is its much more rare and harder to find in storage systems.
     
    What drive config do you plan on using?
    Why not spec out systems from supermicro resellers or dell/hp/lenovo.
     
    Id probably just get something like a supermicro 36bay 4u, fill it with 16tb drives, and dual xeons.
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to RZeroX in Choppy 8K video playback on RTX 2080 Ti   
    2080TI doesn't have AV1 support for video decoding only supported on 30 series
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to seon123 in 23 Pins?   
    The -5V pin has been empty since about 2002-2004. That's not the cause of the issue.
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    Electronics Wizardy reacted to Blue4130 in Ineed help to make server   
    You don't need epyc, 1tb of ram or server 2019 to store videos. 
     
    You are either trolling or the worst tech ever. I would guess that you are about 14 years old? 
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from silvosa in Does Asusrock A320M-HDV R4.0 motherboard have integrated graphics?   
    The video outputs only work if you have a apu in the board, like a 3200g, so you need a video card with a 1600
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Lurick in Does Asusrock A320M-HDV R4.0 motherboard have integrated graphics?   
    The video outputs only work if you have a apu in the board, like a 3200g, so you need a video card with a 1600
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Moonzy in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    They are made of copper normally. But they are plated, so if you scratch off the plating, its copper underneath.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from whm1974 in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    They are made of copper normally. But they are plated, so if you scratch off the plating, its copper underneath.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from sub68 in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    They are made of copper normally. But they are plated, so if you scratch off the plating, its copper underneath.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Fasauceome in Why CPU IHS aren't made out of copper insteed of aluminum ?   
    They are made of copper normally. But they are plated, so if you scratch off the plating, its copper underneath.
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