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Salacious B Crum

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    Philadelphia - Yep Go Eagles!


  • CPU
    Ryzen 1800x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair VI
  • RAM
    G-Skill Rip Jaw 3200
  • GPU
    ASUS Strix GTX 1080
  • Case
    CoolerMaster Maker Case 5t
  • Storage
    Samsung m.2 960 Pro 512GB
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 750 Watt Gold ATX Fully Modular Power Supply
  • Display(s)
    X3 Acer 23" 1080P
  • Cooling
    Corsair H110i
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Chroma RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech ? & Razer Firefly Cloth Edition Gaming Mouse Mat
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  1. There is a cost associated with unRAID ($60 US) but if you already have an old pc and drives it may be what your looking for, I built mine around an I7 6700 and it works fine running Plex and all associated dockers
  2. Give it a shot it is a repository for many different .stl sources all in one
  3. Can't quite tell from your pics if it's manageable but I had 2 of these in my tower before putting the system in a 4U rackmount case Rosewill 3 x 5.25-Inch to 4 x 3.5-Inch Hot-swap SATAIII/SAS Hard Disk Drive Cage - Black (RSV-SATA-Cage-34)
  4. My advice since you've decided on unRAID is to pick their brains over on their forum they have folks over there that are extremely knowledgeable and will set you up in the right direction, that said there are folks here as well and will answer your general build questions. I built my unRAID server around my retired i7 6700 and it is rock solid you will like unRAID its learning curve is short and its quite powerful
  5. If you want turn key or plug and play this is what I put in mine http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-H310-6Gbps-SAS-HBA-w-LSI-9211-8i-P20-IT-Mode-for-ZFS-FreeNAS-unRAID-/162834659601?hash=item25e9b3b911
  6. I know its counter intuitive but I would only replace the failed drive and make a hot spare and put some time between the two new drives its a bit of insurance of a dual drive failure especially if they are from the same lot
  7. Appreciate the insight guys the reason I ask is I built a homelab that is crazy under utilized and no I'm not looking for a money grab just curious as to why I keep seeing minecraft in the server forum guess this weekend I'm going to game this minecraft and see what all the rage is after all yes I am from the pong era circa 1970's so blocky screen graphics are remembered fondly and yes my first computer was a radio shack tandy MX80 ha beat that!
  8. What I mean is there a money thing to running a server? Not the creators or anything
  9. So is the server side just a passion thing or bragging rights? I mean this is not a money thing right?
  10. I pay for gig but wired is 600+ and wireless is around 350-450 up speed is very good though at almost the same if I was a youtuber I would not be complaining for sure
  11. Hey guys I'm not a gamer what is all the rage with minecraft I mean it looks like its around the same time period as pong, is this like a cult following thing I see a lot of guys building servers around this
  12. So I have always allowed my router to serve up ip's for all my devices (50 and counting) but it just seems a bit chaotic with cameras all over the place, esp8266 devices (long live Tasmota) and the like spread out so my question: is there any benefit to reassigning them in their own ip range for a particular group of devices and would that be a bitch to do? Oh and I believe I can make them static I think that would be good no?
  13. You'll will like unRAID it has a very short learning curve and is very versatile and the guys over on the forum are extremely helpful I usually tell people that the cheapest part of your build will be the unRAID license as some seem on the fence about paying for it when there are free alternatives but it offers some unique advantages I will note though that if transfer speed is your thing unRAID is not for you due to the way it calculates parity but its more than fast enough otherwise