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Noah0302

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About Noah0302

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System

  • CPU
    i9 9900KF 5GHz 1.31V 4.6GHz Uncore
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus X Hero
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z 32GB @3500MHz CL15 (3466 and 3200 mixed)
  • GPU
    Zotac RTX 3090 AMP (yes, not the best. But is was MSRP at least. Plan on watercooling later)
  • Case
    Lian Li O11Dynamic
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 PRO 128GB (Windows), Samsung 960 Pro 512GB (Most played Games), Samsung 860 EVO 500GB (Stuff), Samsung 860 EVO 1TB (Games), Seagate Expension Desk 8TB (Shadowplay and Backups)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM-850X
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG274QRFDE-QD, BenQ ZOWIE XL2720 144hz, Acer S242HLDBID 60hz
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x72 (Push pull with 3x LL120 and 3x stock NZXT fans
  • Keyboard
    Hyper X Alloy Origins Core (Reds)
  • Mouse
    G Pro Wireless Superlight, Model O Wireless, G Pro Wireless, Razer Viper Ultimate
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD58X with Fiio K3,
    Teufel Ultima 20 Kombo + Klipsch R-120 SW
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro (Win 7 > Win 10)
  • Laptop
    Asus Zephyrus G14 (120hz, RTX 2060, R7 4800HS)

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  1. Yes you can. I use Easy2Boot, which does not really have the best interface but it works rather well
  2. VEEAM has a free option for one specific Job. I use it to Backup 2 Volumes onto my Backup HDD, but you can also choose single File/Folder Backups
  3. Thats what I was afraid of. OK, then Ill just backup my VM to an external drive and create a new pool. Thanks for the reply
  4. Hi guys, I currently use my old PC as a Server running True-NAS with Nextcloud and Plex, Minecraft Server, TS3 Server and Mining with my old GPU. The storage I use for my True-NAS VM is a pool of 2x 2TB HDDs, but now since I want to rip all of my BluRays onto the Server, the storage will be quite full. I ordered another 2TB HDD, which is not from the same brand, but I think it should still work. However, if I add a 3rd HDD to the storage space, will I have to create a completely new RAID? Since the existing is a RAID 1, but adding another would result in a RAI
  5. Turbo might be confusing here. the allcore 40 means that all cores will go as high as 4GHz under load, which is different to turbo cause that is most likely single core only. You can change it to anything you want, it probably wont be stable at 47 or more, since the stock voltage wont be enough If you have the time, maybe test around a bit and see what is best for you
  6. Yeah, since BSODs can have so many causes (corrupted drivers, unstable OC, bad sectors on a drive, etc.), giving more info about the system would be important
  7. I think this SSD is a bit overpriced. In my local market I can get a 500GB NVMe, like a Crucial P1 or Kingston A2000, for the same price Youd have to make sure that the first boot option in BIOS is your new SSD. The files will still be accessable if you have not locked it with some sort of encryption. The old HDD will still work, as long the you dont plan to use installed programs from the drive, since those will most likely depend on Registry entries that dont exist on the new installation of Windows. You can leave everything connected inside yo
  8. Yeah he could, but at least I prefer BIOS Overclocking to software Overclocking since you can control the voltages more accurately through LLC and the like
  9. Did some settings really vanish suddenly? Can you give some examples? Because overclocking should be almost the same for 8th and 9th gen on Z370 boards, at least that was the case on my Maximus Hero X when I upgraded from an 8700k to a 9900k. I just basically tweaked the same settings, only with different values.
  10. And onlineplay does not check if you recieved a packet or not. You might need TCP for the initial connection and background stuff. Once youre connected it runs on UDP or am I wrong here? IDK always here to learn
  11. On my router you can open multiple ports for a device and multiple protocols. Keep in mind, online play is UDP and not TCP. Filesharing is TCP. For example for a TS3 Server you would actually need both: UDP for VoiP and TCP for file-uploads in the channel. Also if you use Windows to host the Server, youll probably to allow incoming traffic in the firewall for the server.
  12. Just some things I had to do, to get my DNS entry to work with my Minceraft Server. Setup the Server (obviously) Port forward 25565, the standard Port for MC, from my external IP to the IP of my Minecraft Server internally on the router. Create the, in my case mc.mydomain.de, dns entry which links to your external IP adress, since you cant forward it to an internal IP.
  13. Agree, upgrading from onboard audio to even a USB DAC/Amp will improve audio quite a bit. And just cause it support the same depth and bitrate, doesnt mean that it will be the same quality
  14. There will always be a bottleneck, no matter how tiny. In your case, its the GPU. If you want more FPS, then lowering settings is the only way to go, since your GPU is already maxed out
  15. Well, is it an USB headset? If not, then it might be electrical noise from something like your GPU. I had that exact problem and it was fixed by buying a USB DAC/Amp for my Headphones
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