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iAtomPlaza

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  1. What I don't understand is what specifically LGA 2011 socket is compatible. LGA 2011-1, LGA 2011-2, or LGA 2011-3 Are they all the same or otherwise?
  2. I'm looking for answers that can help me identify what CPU/motherboard combos are compatible with each other...
  3. Hello, I have recently purchased 2 Intel Xeon E7-8880 v4 CPUs, however I have had quite the time on the web and can't seem to find any compatible motherboards, I'm currently looking for dual socket boards but I'm willing to have a 2 board configuration if necessary. The site I'm looking at for reference is not very clear to me what boards it can fit into. https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/93792/intel-xeon-processor-e7-8880-v4-55m-cache-2-20-ghz.html
  4. It's a samsung galaxy s6... the battery is non removable. Yes, I atmit it's probably toast, but hey, I think I'll still give it a shot anyways to test my luck.
  5. Hey, I have an s6 which has been dead for a few months because it was submerged into water, luckily my dad had a spare older phone I could use and so I just left my s6 alone... Iv done minor digging into the topic and found ppl using isopropyl alcohol to combat the effects of water damage.. but they were using phones which were resenty damaged. So is it possible to revive my s6 since it has been damaged for a few months?
  6. Yes, windows has been installed and has been working fine for about 3 months
  7. My pc is failing to boot into os after bios menu. I have restarted many times, and i get a blank screen that says; "Please insert a boot media" i have created a video that shows my problem: - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-quT_Jh2nljC-v9oTyDqlwesPuXhJbuz/view?usp=sharing
  8. I am planning to add more servers in the future, this was a basic setup where the servers were separated from the rest of the network
  9. Yes Ive connected everything to one main switch, but would it work like this in the diagram? and sorry for my lack of understanding here, im just experimenting around. I got this idea from this post:
  10. How could i connect my network in such a way to achieve this result?
  11. Would it work if i separate the servers and the personal access into separate networks and join then via a router?
  12. from what im understanding, i should remove switch2 and connect my servers to switch1 alongside my access points? (according to my diagram in my first post)
  13. I didn't realize this, could you elaborate on how to fix this? I'm also new to the field of networking
  14. I'm in the process of setting up a home network (I don't have any of the hardware yet) and I would like some pointers and/or recommendations I have created a diagram of what I can imagine what the finished product might look like. Switch 1 is for personal access to the network; WI-FI and Ethernet connected pc's Switch 2 is for everything else like servers
  15. Do I have to purchases my ISP's 10gigabit plan in-order to get download speeds of 1gb per second? If not, how can i get a 10gbit internet connection?
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