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Dujith

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  1. Agree
    Dujith reacted to -Old-Tom- in We just leveled up HARDCORE - Fibre Networking Adventure   
    Yeh the cost difference in price in singlemode v multimode isn't as mush as Linus makes out in the video. the biggest cots difference is in the splicing. we basically only use single mode fibre with 10 km modules at work and the cost is pretty much the same.
    the main reason there is such a price difference in the enterprise space is just the vendors maintaining their profit margins. i had a quote from HPE recently for a 10 gB, 10 km module for $2k when I could get a module of the same quality for tens of dollars. 
  2. Agree
    Dujith reacted to NZLaurence in We just leveled up HARDCORE - Fibre Networking Adventure   
    Yes and No. 100Gbit over muiltmode requires more then 2 strands (normally MTP-12 connections). 100Gbit over singlemode can use DWDM to run over the same 2 strands.
     
    If they decided tomorrow to put 100gbit to one of the workstations, they would need to redo the cable. If they had single mode cable, they could just swap the SFP modules. The price difference between single and muiltmode is minimal (Sometimes its even cheaper).
     
    Also their description on Muiltmode vs Single mode is a little misleading. Muiltimode does take multiple paths down the cable, but it doesn't do multiple wavelengths. Meaning only one signal can go in one direction on a single cable.
    Singlemode allows you to put multiple distant wavelengths, each carrying different data, in both directions down the same cable.
     
     
  3. Like
    Dujith got a reaction from somewittyusername in Email server for employees   
    I would recommend against this. After having the mail on our own server for many years (Exchange), the small cost savings does not hold up against the headaches we had when a server crashed and emails were corrupt. You will also need to setup alot of security systems and certificates to prevent your mail from just being tossed into the spam folder because gmail or outlook could not verify your mail for example.
     
    Viewing everyone's email is easy tho, as you can just setup mailboxes to have multiple owners/editors ect.
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    Dujith got a reaction from Sam Farano in Need help (i need 12v RGB port but motherboard does not have one)   
    You can get RGB controllers, most support both 12V and 5v aRGB
    Coolermaster and ThermalTake for example, they will connect via USB
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    Dujith got a reaction from David1521 in Email server for employees   
    I would recommend against this. After having the mail on our own server for many years (Exchange), the small cost savings does not hold up against the headaches we had when a server crashed and emails were corrupt. You will also need to setup alot of security systems and certificates to prevent your mail from just being tossed into the spam folder because gmail or outlook could not verify your mail for example.
     
    Viewing everyone's email is easy tho, as you can just setup mailboxes to have multiple owners/editors ect.
  6. Like
    Dujith got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in Email server for employees   
    I would recommend against this. After having the mail on our own server for many years (Exchange), the small cost savings does not hold up against the headaches we had when a server crashed and emails were corrupt. You will also need to setup alot of security systems and certificates to prevent your mail from just being tossed into the spam folder because gmail or outlook could not verify your mail for example.
     
    Viewing everyone's email is easy tho, as you can just setup mailboxes to have multiple owners/editors ect.
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    Dujith got a reaction from armandomeabe in Was Windows Vista THAT Bad?   
    I recommend watching this if you want some more details
  8. Agree
    Dujith got a reaction from code99 in Does my motherboard have gigabit networking?   
    So prob something with their modem  
  9. Informative
    Dujith got a reaction from code99 in Does my motherboard have gigabit networking?   
    Like @mariushm said, if anything between you and the ISP modem is 100Mbit then your computer will only do 100Mbit. (including badly wired/cheap ethernet cables)
    So check your network and check the network connection speed in windows.
  10. Informative
    Dujith got a reaction from code99 in Does my motherboard have gigabit networking?   
    You will still need to check the connection speed in windows itself.
    Right click the network icon in the bottom right and select "Network and Internet settings"
    Then in the new window that pops up press the Properties below your Ethernet icon. In that windows it should say 1000/1000 (Mbps)
  11. Funny
    Dujith got a reaction from flashiling in PC does not see windows ssd after installing m.2 ssd.   
    RTFM
     
  12. Agree
    Dujith got a reaction from Chionele in Does my motherboard have gigabit networking?   
    You will still need to check the connection speed in windows itself.
    Right click the network icon in the bottom right and select "Network and Internet settings"
    Then in the new window that pops up press the Properties below your Ethernet icon. In that windows it should say 1000/1000 (Mbps)
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    Dujith got a reaction from JustTheTip in Does my motherboard have gigabit networking?   
    You will still need to check the connection speed in windows itself.
    Right click the network icon in the bottom right and select "Network and Internet settings"
    Then in the new window that pops up press the Properties below your Ethernet icon. In that windows it should say 1000/1000 (Mbps)
  14. Agree
    Dujith reacted to jj9987 in Low +12V problem. Solved.   
    No. If the PSU is supposed to output 12V, it has to be within 5% tolerance. Too high voltage and components will start to break/burn. Too low voltage and components might not start/run or they might pull too much current, overloading the PSU and lowering the voltage even further.
     
    That's just physics.
     
    If it's an old PSU and it can't keep up the voltage demand, you will soon run into troubles, such as your PC not booting.
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    Dujith got a reaction from SpaceGhostC2C in Google is gonna lock phones if you don't pay your bill in Kenya   
    Whatever you get on a payment plan: You in essence "buy" it and becomes your property. 
    The payment plan is just the money you owe them, not the device. If you dont pay up they will come after you for the money, never the item in question.
     
    In that sense locking the phone would be illegal since its not theirs to screw with.
     
     
  16. Informative
    Dujith got a reaction from Master Disaster in Google is gonna lock phones if you don't pay your bill in Kenya   
    Never said i thought something like that. But that specific case has been dealt with within the EU. Leases for phones are illegal atm.
    They even have to state that you pay X per month for the service and Y per month for Z amount of years for the phone.
    Its not allowed to be sold as a all in one price, they have to specify this.
     
    And the phone is yours at once. You still however owe them the money. And they will send out debt collectors to get that.
    The debt collectors might even sell your phone when it comes down to it  But only after a court order.
     
    I get that would be an issue in a poverty stricken country and laws will be different there.
    I know nothing about their laws, or even US or UK for that matter. Curious to find out if the UK has the same law in place, they used to be in the EU  
  17. Agree
    Dujith reacted to WereCatf in Google is gonna lock phones if you don't pay your bill in Kenya   
    Locking up the phone and canceling one's service are two different things, though: OP talks about locking the phone itself up, not about canceling the mobile service. Yes, canceling service and forwarding one's billing details to professional creditors is standard practice and that's perfectly reasonable, but locking up the phone itself goes too far.
  18. Informative
    Dujith got a reaction from GNU/Linus in My doorbell may shock you…   
    Its heavily advertised as to be used in combination with an Unifi ecosystem (to be specific Unifi Protect). They make that very clear. 
    This video however does not and compares it with the RING and sorts, which it shouldnt, since you need some more equiptment to make full use of it.

    At that price point i would recommend the Anker eufy doorbell with mini "server" for local storage (219 Dollars)
  19. Agree
    Dujith reacted to ragnarok0273 in PC won't boot after installing a new M.2 despite me having Windows 10 on my current Hard Drive   
    Move your hard drive SATA cable.
    Your hard drive is likely plugged into a port that is disabled when an M.2 SSD is put in.
    It happens to a lot of people, don't feel dumb
  20. Agree
    Dujith reacted to Skiiwee29 in Solved threads to show whole solution without having to use "read more" or just button.   
    intended. I personally like it this way. This will not blow up the top of the thread if the answer is say several pictures and paragraphs of text. 
  21. Agree
    Dujith got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in [COMPLETE] Forum Update - Saturday 31st October 2020, 10:00 UTC   
    That font... Plz change it back. I feel like half the space is wasted by it. And its way to soft.
    Anyway can we change it in our profile?
     
    Edit: installed font blocker and blocked Inter. Its sharp again and not so wide  
  22. Agree
    Dujith got a reaction from TomvanWijnen in [COMPLETE] Forum Update - Saturday 31st October 2020, 10:00 UTC   
    That font... Plz change it back. I feel like half the space is wasted by it. And its way to soft.
    Anyway can we change it in our profile?
     
    Edit: installed font blocker and blocked Inter. Its sharp again and not so wide  
  23. Agree
    Dujith got a reaction from Mark Kaine in [COMPLETE] Forum Update - Saturday 31st October 2020, 10:00 UTC   
    That font... Plz change it back. I feel like half the space is wasted by it. And its way to soft.
    Anyway can we change it in our profile?
     
    Edit: installed font blocker and blocked Inter. Its sharp again and not so wide  
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    Dujith got a reaction from Abdullah Bhutta in [COMPLETE] Forum Update - Saturday 31st October 2020, 10:00 UTC   
    That font... Plz change it back. I feel like half the space is wasted by it. And its way to soft.
    Anyway can we change it in our profile?
     
    Edit: installed font blocker and blocked Inter. Its sharp again and not so wide  
  25. Agree
    Dujith reacted to kirashi in [COMPLETE] Forum Update - Saturday 31st October 2020, 10:00 UTC   
    When saying the date, I do follow either the European or Canadian/US logic, but when writing or typing dates? ISO8601 or bust.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601
     
    Also, I just checked out the beta site and can say I'm diggin' most of the improvements and overall look & feel of the site, though I'm not a fan of the "Inter" font choice as it does feel a little too smooth compared to "Helvetica Neue" currently in use. (View screenshots full size side-by-side.)
     
    Inter

     
    Helvetica Neue

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