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ImNotThere

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    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    Asus prime B350-plus
  • RAM
    G-Skill Trident Z RGB 16gb cl16 3200 mhz
  • GPU
    Evga 1080 ftw
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Elite
  • Storage
    crucial mx300 275 gb + wd blue 1 tb
  • PSU
    supernova 550w G3
  • Display(s)
    aoc 35 inch ultrawide curved g-sync 100hz
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62
  • Keyboard
    corsair k95 platinum cherry mx browns
  • Mouse
    corsair m65 pro rgb
  • Operating System
    windows 10 pro

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  1. Well I guess my evidence was more anecdotal than anything but in most of large EU networks (GEANT, NORDUNET) use my mentioned configuration of juniper routers and cisco switches(although most are leaning towards opengear terminal servers due to the lower cost) but in the US for example in the r and e space they use mx204s to liase with eu r and e and then use predominantly cisco for their domain, so I guess the answer the OPs question would have come from where they are from
  2. From experience, juniper is much more widely used(ref EU backbone network ran by GEANT) with cisco almost exclusively used for terminal servers and switches Perhaps better advice would be to get familiar with cisco and juniper syntax, or even better yet, look into hiring companies and see what they use
  3. Learn junos syntax more than cisco, no. 1 piece of advice!
  4. To start, I hate smokeping, I don't know why the desire for it exists when things like observium and even cacti can perform icmp pings in regular intervals for checking rtt.... But back to the question, I removed the entry from config and removed the rrd file but it still errors as there's a trace somewhere, any smokeping users understand this process?
  5. 280 atm on amazon! Looks like 200 ish from warehouse though, may just bite the bullet, the warehouse deal makes it only 50 more than the 7s so seems a no brainer
  6. How is the mic? Thats the one thing pushing me away from the arctis 7, got the og void wireless and the mic arm is hanging off hah
  7. Title is pretty much it, are the pros really worth the extra 120 ish? Also I guess if anyone has any other recommendations for wireless gaming headsets, not the g935s, i can't stand the look of them, got a clean aesthetic going on rn and can't compromise on looks for the headset
  8. No worries, I had the same decision to make as you a few months back, got the razer and haven't looked back, I got the 2019 model with a 2080, hmu if you want a hand tuning it for battery and temps (these are small issues out of the box, it runs quite hot and battery isn't great, just like every thin and light)
  9. hah, this is why I said there isn't much online, fully ignoring the channels that just don't know what they are talking about, ty for the help though!
  10. i'll assume you havent pulled the trigger yet: I'll speak about each briefly: the aero is the worst in terms of price for performance, has the weird webcam placement and a cramped kb thanks to the numpad inclusion, avoid imo the gs66 is the best price for performance here, has normal webcam and the gamery look is very subdued.... apart from the font, that is hideous and ruins the overall aesthetic, also the plastic merger will mean it is less durable, so travelling you may need to be cautious, we dont know yet the blade is probably looking like a goldil
  11. okay thankyou, I can't see much online at all about the razer opus, is this bc people didnt buy them or what hah?
  12. I see a lot of buzz around the Sony WH-1000XM3's and the new ish hype around the razer opus, my price range could also accommodate a used pair of bose qc35(ii)
  13. Not really, I'd say less than 200 gbp sounds reasonable, the lower the better
  14. Title says it all, I am in need of a new gaming headset, my original corsair void wireless are giving up as of late after 4 years of constant use. I'm now looking for a new one, I need it to have at least simulated 7.1 if not true, I need them to be wireless, it's just too much of a convenience that I am used to now. I've been out of the news for a while, I'm not sure what's good anymore
  15. okay, this has alleviated the problem but it is obviously still not ideal, do you know of any other solution
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