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  1. Another reason I'll never buy 'merch' Overpriced tat Also $15 for 20 velcro cable wraps is fucking criminal. Just saying.
  2. This might just be me being dumb But what's the logic in only reporting on the total number of positive cases in a period, and not including the number of total tests carried out?
  3. So turns out you were correct about it being the 75c critical temp that was turning it to full (strange but this isn't shown in the options in Q-Fan) Anyway I tried out AI Suite and Fan XPert, turns out you can override it in there
  4. I'm having a problem where my 140 Revo D5 seems to completely ignore my fan curve set in the BIOS (set to 30% constantly). It's seems to be if it gets to around 80c or so, it increases the speed to 100% for about 5 seconds then goes back to the 30% - i don't know if it goes back when the temp has dropped, or if it's just a fixed period (it seems to be about the same amount of time every time). I don't know why it's increasing speed when I have it set in the Asus QFAN config to be at 30% regardless of sensor temp.... Any suggestions? Update: It doesn't even
  5. The moral approach here is to do what they've told you to do. They have their reasons. Processing returns and restocking items, especially on bulk items, is expensive. So the cost of the product + the value in customer service, is probably more worthy to them than you returning it.
  6. Currently we have our DMZ on physically separate network infrastructure. However I was doing some work today and it prompted the question of how other people do it. Do you physically separate your DMZ, or do you logically separate it through VLANs etc. to make deployments etc. easier and cheaper? I'm not too clued up on the security side of it, but know that VLANs on their own aren't inherently or at least by design secure. What's your take?
  7. Budget (including currency): 800 GBP Country: United Kingdom Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Primarily gaming - Ark Evolved, FIFA 20 Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Resolution 1080p, no peripherals required, no storage required Basically it's been over a year since i've done one, i've not stayed up to date up with the latest and greatest, and better to let you guys do it.
  8. Break things Don't tell people it was me that broke it Fix it Get credit for fixing it = profit
  9. Another example of why you never trust a big name data recovery 'specialist' that needs to use YouTube channels like LTT to advertise their service. Period. They're full of shit.
  10. your response is so dumb i couldn't think of a good enough response for it, so imma just let you know it's dumb
  11. What are some of the crazy old-school LTT series to binge on? Back in the old house 

    Whole room watercooling type 50 part series they did 

  12. Whilst the forum would end up looking like Tom's Hardware if you let me anywhere near it, thought I'd jump in and say @ colonel_mortis you're an absolute G. I'm fully aware it's a team effort from all the team, but we all know you've put a lot of time and effort over the years into keeping the forum sane for us nerds. It's greatly appreciated. And on that note I've remembered to re-whitelist the forum on my scumbag extension to ensure minimal hypocrisy
  13. Does anybody know of an HDMI Input Switch which can be controlled via iOS by some means? Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, w/e Searched high and low but can't find anything Need it for quite a specific requirement
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