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Thomas102002

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  1. Hey guys, I recently upgraded my HDD + SSD setup with a new single NVMe SSD. (Rest of the system: Ryzen 5 1400, RX 580, 24Gb of RAM (16Gb Kit + old 8Gb Kit on 2133Mhz) It is not the newest or most powerful, but it is enough for me). I installed everything completely new and only copied some Pictures and similar stuff from the old HDD. Now I have the problem that my games crash, freeze or even do not start. I haven't experienced this before. I already done 2 DDUs but they did not helped much. Since the second one, I am experiencing freezes after a random time (most aroun
  2. Thanks so far. I also looked at Parsec (@Lesantir_12), but I think it first sents the stream to their servers, introducing unnecessary delay (I want to stream in the same network). I will have look into AMD Link (@Chris Loudon)
  3. Hey, I want to stream my games from my PC to my tablet and if possible to my Raspberry Pi 4. I have tried "Steam in home streaming" , but I am not satisfied. I also noticed, that this only uses 50Mbit maximum. Is there a way to use the full one gigabit I have at home to get a better image? (i have an amd rx580, so the nVidia specific ones will not work)
  4. The other day I saw a esp32 with camera-module on ebay. They have WiFi and a SD-Card-Slot. I would like to see a video about those, because they are just around 10$ and sometimes you only need a very basic ip-camera. (https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Esp32+cam&_trksid=p2380057.m4084.l1312&_sacat=0) Greece from Germany Grüße aus Deutschland
  5. Thanks for that suggestion, I will look into that...
  6. Heyho Guys, I want to setup a Minecraft Server and it should be as cheap as possible. It will not need much power, because I am only planning on running vanilla Java for about 4 people max. I currently live in Germany so Servers in America or similar are not my first choice. I have found this site, where I can rent a virtual Linux server (1 vcore and 1 GB of RAM) for only 1,99€ (it is the XS-variant) a month (https://www.webtropia.com/vserver/vserver-linux-mieten/vergleich.html should be self explainable, but I can translate if needed). My question is, if this is enough resource fo
  7. I would like to see a review of the iiyama - G-Master GB3461WQSU-B1 (Red Eagle) At least in Germany (where I am from) this is by far the cheapest UWQHD, IPS, 144Hz Monitor on the market.
  8. I would really like to see a Review about the new Nexdock Touch (coming out at the End of August), maybe also in combination with Parsec's Android App to connect to the power of a tower on the go. A Round-up of good 2-in-1 Notebooks and Tablets for electronic drawing would also be nice.
  9. Hello guys, I threw together a NAS and it works perfectly, but i do not want to keep it running all the time. Is it possible to trigger Wake on Lan when I want to access it through the Windows Explorer? Thanks
  10. OK, thanks. I will think about that
  11. For the start I thought about two one terabyte drives in Raid 1
  12. Hey guys, I want a Nas and thought about building one myself. A friend has a amd a10 9700 (don't ask why...) and I have 8gb of DDR4 laying around. So I thought of buying a cheap a320 board, throwing some hdds in loading FreeNAS on it. Is that a good idea? On the page of FreeNAS it says, that FreeNAS benefits from Intel processors. Is that just marketing, from a time of amd struggling with single-core-performance or still relevant? The Nas should only be for one person and mostly for pictures and office files. I hope, that this explains my situation Thomas
  13. I know that there would be not the same performance than in a full desktop, but maybe it would be a little bit more powerful than a single one.
  14. Is it possible to run Sli or Crossfire on a Laptop over Thunderbolt 3. Sure you would have to use two cables to not run out of bandwidth (so two thunderbolt 3 to pcie x16 enclosures), so you need a laptop with two those connectors. I think Crossfire would be easier, because you don't need the bridge. I am not planning to build this setup, but I am interested if this could work. Maby this would be the "cleanest setup 2.0" with two vega frontier editions as a workstation?
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