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    GigaByte GA-Z77N WiFi
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    MSI GTX 1070 AERO 8G OC
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    Ncase M1
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    Corsair SF450
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    Dell U2412M
  • Cooling
    Cryorig M9I
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G413
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    Logitech MX518 Legendary
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    Schiit Audio Modi DAC + Magni Headphone amp
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  1. If the magic blue smoke comes out of the electronic device, the voodoo spell escapes and you device doesn't work anymore . Then you need to buy new device from voodoo store while the staff chant cryptic specs of the device to cast the voodoo spell. Or have I been misinformed how electronics work?
  2. Got boinc docker running in my unraid server, it has only Xeon E3-1220v5 and can't use all cores for boinc. Need to see if I can get my test/junk machine running, I think that has i5-3450 so it should have more power than my server and it can use all cores to run boinc
  3. Looking overclock.net folding gpu chart. The 980ti is more powerful than two 780ti's and should use same amount of power than single 780ti. If I had to vote on these to option I would say 980ti
  4. Are you using encryption on the RAID or on file transfer, and have you checked what the NAS says about CPU usage on file transfer. Encryption needs a lot of CPU power and if used may cause slower transfer speeds, so checking CPU usage might be worth it. Even if CPU has hardware support for encryption, it still effects transfer speeds.
  5. To get a benefit of WiFi 6 you need to have network that can support those kinds of speeds, most home WiFi 6 routers still have 1Gbps Ethernet ports. So if the motherboard you want has WiFi 6 it's a bonus, but I wouldn't make getting WiFi 6 support a priority.
  6. See if your router has the latest firmware, quick look to netgears update release notes and I find this "Fixes the issue in which the upload speed behind the R7800 can only reach one-third of the actual speed for some ISPs" So start with updating the firmware on your router if its not the newest version. What does Windows report as the speed of the Ethernet link, it should report 10Mbps, 100Mbps or 1.0Gbps. If its lower than 1Gbps try different Ethernet cable. If that doesn't help. See the settings of your network adapter and router, one of those might be forced to be 100Mbps
  7. 147th, not bad with single reference style gtx 1070. On average it produced 724k PPD. And maybe now after almost 12 weeks of running F@H 24/7 I will finally use my "new" GPU for gaming ?
  8. My understanding is that there was server in Finland with management software that gave access to the server, but the data that goes trough the sever was encrypted. That is what I know about this thing. And nothing is free, if you don't pay for the service the provider gets it's money either mining all the data out off you it can or flood you with adds. Probably both.
  9. According to folding forum posts issues with Navi GPUs lies with fah core 21, issues are probably fixed when core 22 is released. Currently it looks like they aren't going to patch core 21. So for now Navi owners have to wait for core 22 to be released. https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?nomobile=1&f=83&t=31710&start=75#p309220
  10. I have found device that can mask my folding rigs noise, my 3d printer with A4988 stepper drivers and LM8UU bearings. It's currently printing new parts for upgrade, it will take few evenings to print all parts. When I have the parts ready it will be getting 32bit board with tmc2209 drivers. LM8UU bearings will be swapped for sintered bronze bearings and polymer bushings. Should make the thing much quieter.
  11. Wrong team: https://stats.foldingathome.org/team/223522 LinusTechTips_Team: https://stats.foldingathome.org/team/223518
  12. Regarding AMD Navi GPUs and folding It looks like we have to wait for FAHCore_22 to get support for these cards. https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=83&t=31710&sid=f43632ba95f787e73cff7ad08c4d7913&start=75#p309220
  13. For price per GB HDD wins but with off-site backup, HDD get more expensive as I need to retrieve it first and then return it after the backup is updated. With discs it's just one trip to drop them off. I have done my research on positives and negatives on different storage options, I have HDDs for local backup. I am asking advice on software to get some automation to my backup solution, not on the media to use.
  14. Thanks, not quite what I'm looking for. I'm searching for backup software that can do incremental backups to optical discs without altering previously made full discs, if a program that can do this even exists.
  15. I tried to find solution for my question with google, but most results were how to backup dvd to hdd not other way around. I currently use Blu-ray for my off-site backups. I used to do folders where I store my pictures, when it reaches size of a disc I burn it to a disc. Then I create new folder and start to fill that up. Now I'm planing to backup more than just the pictures so I'm searching program that would work with optical discs. I need get files that I can burn to disc and when updating the backup it would only touch the newest disc until it reaches size that I ca