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  1. 4.4 GHz is the default boost clock of the 4790k. It can run on that w/o any problems or overclock. A 240mm AIO is total overkill for this cpu. Any decent air cooler is more than enough to run this cpu on 4.4 GHz all the time. I did the same with mine for 6+ years. The temps you posted are more than fine, there is still headroom. There is no nead to improve cpu temps at all at this point
  2. Let me be the poor soul to read and comment on the rest As @Levent already said, try to deperate high compute power and storage focused systems. A storage system with game server ready power is more than fine, but going really high compute like mining and such in the same machines doesn't sound too good. Try to seperate both and pick ahrdware for each task. Otherwise you overspend on hardware that could in theory fit both use cases. How will you handle the backup part between both machines? I do understand your concept of " one is the backup of the other", but it does
  3. I have this one from Asrock Rack. It's an matx board, with 8 sata ports and 3 pcie slots which can be split into x4 in the bios. the two m.2 slots are only pcie3x2 and pcie2x4, so the only compromise you'd get is the m.2, which can be dealt with the open pcie slots. I really think there have to be some other boards who offer the same or comparable inputs EDIT: They also have a new x570 one (X570D4U-2L2T) which has even more and offers pcie4 which helps even more when it comes to pcie lanes. This one is expensive though.
  4. If you need a lot of sata ports, get a decent HBA. Otherwise you just work around the problem with bad solutions rather than actually fixing it. Same goes with M.2 slots. You cana lways just get a x4 pcie card to add another one or more of those. Tehre are more than enough matx board with 2 x8 pcie slots to add both into a single sytem. This increases the possible boards by a lot.
  5. I second the Connectx-3 cards, just bought 2 recently. Those still get official drivers and aren't that much more expensive than the older x2 model.
  6. I received the second btach of harddrives yesterday and again chinese ones. I again sent them back, but this to be credited. the seller was Mindfactorey, so not some small random shop, but after talking to their support again, they are just not able to guarantee what kind of drive one recives. I gladly found a local shop which can source an older model of the same drive for more or less the same price, but 100% with warranty valid in germany/europe. About the enterprise drives in general: What I personally want from the enterprise drives, is the 5 year warranty. I want a NAS c
  7. Since there is a lot of misinformation here, this is a full list of things your computer A actually does when sending a package/file to another computer B: Computer A checks the subnet mask of the target computer B with a logical bitwise AND to see if it's in the same network as computer B. In your case, they are Computer A checks its ARP table for the MAC address of computer B It didn't find the MAC address and sends an ARP request for the MAC address to the whole network on the broadcast IP (the last IP in the network) ALL computers in the network receive
  8. Thank you very much for the insights you provided. If that really is enough, than this solves the whole problem. Using a side intake is absolutely stupid because of a Rack mount, I really didn't think this case through enough :D. I will search for a fitting case with decent front intake w/o too many drive cage stuff in the front. The NH-D9L looks very good and even lets me mount a second fan onto it. The cooler seems to be enough for even higher wattage/usage cpus. The plan is to get one and mount a second NF-A9 to it. That should be more than enough for usage at stock as it seems.
  9. Hi, I'm currently buying everything for my new computer, but I'm kinda stuck with my desired case. I planed to use the SilverStone RM42-502, but here in Germany it's basically not byuable, because of the very bad availability. Buying it overseas directly costs me more shipping than the case itself. Therefore I'm searching an alternative to this case. The main selling point for me was the possibility to install a 240mm AIO into the case, because normal tower coolers, which I'd usually go for, like the NH-D15 or the Dark Rock Pro 4, are too high. A downdraft cooler like the Dark Rock TF, would b
  10. After more than a year, I was finally ready to buy the drives I asked for back then. I settled with 6x Exos 8TB drives which arrived today, but sadly I had to send them back right away. They sold me "china warranty only" products, which is even marked on the drive itself. After some talk with the seller and the seagate support, I sent them back the same day, because nobody could guarantee a replacement when a drive dies within the 5 years warranty. After some quick googeling, I found a few people having the exact same "problem", albeit in diffrent regions of the world. For me its a
  11. To elaborate some more on what Electronics Wizardy said. If a hardware raid card dies, you have to get the exact same card with the esact same firmware. Otherwise there is a high chance the data is gone (Not always, but most of the time). Software to manage a raid is replacable, hardware is too, but way harder and more complicated.
  12. I'll throw two into the ring. First is LC-Power for their shitty PSUs in their cases which already fried one complete system and the second one is Thermaltake because of the bullshit they pulled over the years
  13. No, don't combine a 3090, which is even faster than a 3080, with your 4790k. Wait to buy both at the same time. The cpu is just too old to hold up to this new generation of gpus
  14. I agree with both of you. I kinda doubt there will be a higher vram model this year though and even if 10gb is enough for now, is it still in a few years? Nobody knows, so I try to be safe and buy a bit more. Sadly the "buy more" option is that expensive (for now).
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