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About ces160

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday Feb 12, 1989

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  • Occupation
    Product Specialist


  • CPU
    Intel 2600k @ 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z68 Deluxe Gen 3
  • RAM
    Mushkin Silverline 8Gb 1600MHz (4 x 2)
  • GPU
    2 Nvidia, Asus DCU II GTX680 4Gb
  • Case
    Corsair Obsidian 750D
  • Storage
    2 Samsung 830 256Gb SSD in RAID 0 (boot) | 1Tb Western Digital Caviar Black + Samsung 830 60Gb SSD | 2Tb Western Digital Caviar Black (Steam)
  • PSU
    Corsair AX850 & Black Corsair Individual Braided Cables
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27inch PLS (S27B970D)
  • Cooling
    Custom Liquid Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Das Keyboard 4 Professional Cherry Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Core
  • Sound
    ASUS Xonar Essence STX | Sennhesier HD 558 | Logitech Z623
  • Operating System
    Windows 8

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  2. Hi all, I have a home FreeNAS machine and I was looking at getting a UPS to protect it if the power goes out. I found this one on sale http://www.apc.com/shop/au/en/products/APC-Back-UPS-1400VA-230V-AVR-Australian-Sockets/P-BX1400U-AZ It seems good for the money but it only has one USB port for the shutdown signal when the battery gets low. I will connect this to the FreeNAS machine. I found a guide online here https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-to-install-apc-ups-on-freenas-server/amp/ As I wa
  3. This seems like something that would work. However I am not a programmer and have no idea what this is or how it works. Do you know of any guides that might help?
  4. Hi All, I'm after some recommendations for file level backup software (Free or paid). I'm currently running 2 home servers one FreeNas and one Windows 10 based one. The FreeNas has all of my files and media on it. The Windows 10 one has Google Drive and One Drive installed. I need some backup software to install on my Windows 10 server that can watch the (SMB share) folder on my FreeNas server for new files and make a copy of them to my Google Drive and One Drive sync folders. This way my data will be on my FreeNas server, on my Windows 10 Ser
  5. Thanks for all of the replies! So if I wanted to turn on the snapshot feature, and keep say 15 days of a snapshots how would I set that up? And do snapshots use the same amount of space as what is stored in the share? I have 10Tb of free space and have used 2tb already, will each snapshot be 2tb? Thanks
  6. Hi All, I need some help, I just created a FreeNas home server and I have no Idea what I'm doing. I have followed a guide online and have set up a Volume and data set, created a SMB share in Windows so now I can put files on the NAS. However, I know that my wife is going to delete something one day so I need to set it up so that if something is deleted out of the SMB shared folder on my windows PC the files go to a recycle bin on the FreeNas machine. This way I can restore it if I need to. When setting up the share I checked the box "Export Recycle Bi
  7. Hi All, I'm currently planing my PLEX home server build and need some help deciding on which CPU to buy. I have narrowed it down to these three; E3-1220 v5 $285 E3-1225 v5 $339 E3-1230 v5 $389 I'm in AUS so thats why the prices are higher than in the states. I intend to run FreeNas and use it as a home file server and PLEX media server. I live with allot of people so at times there may be up to 3 or 4 simultaneous PLEX streams at the same time (currently running a i5 2500 and with three streams being transcoded from 1080p
  8. Hey Man thanks for looking into this! We went with this exact build and my friend was extremely happy with the results.
  9. Hi Al, I was recently asked by a friend to plan out a small factor gaming PC. The budget is ~$2000 Australian $ The requirements are as follows; Small form factor, the area he has in his room is very limited, the PC needs to be as small as possible without sacrificing to much functionality or performance, WiFi, there is no access to a wired network so the motherboard needs to have WiFi Mass storage, as this is going to be a gaming PC, he needs some mass storage for a steam library. This is what I have planned out so far: http://au.pcpa
  10. I just got my home theater setup so this mini PC would be great as a home theater PC, and for Steam in home streaming. Thanks to Linus Tech Tips and Zotac for a great world wide giveaway! Good luck everyone!
  11. I like the all, but my fave is the headphones they look really nice and comfortable. Good luck every one!!
  12. The Last of Us (2nd play through) and Fire Emblem: Awakening on 3DS.