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Server_42

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    Server_42 reacted to samcool55 in Intel stream on November 24 with linus   
    Finally popped up! Thanks!
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    Server_42 got a reaction from samcool55 in Intel stream on November 24 with linus   
    It went live on YouTube go to the Linus Tech Tips channel
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    Server_42 got a reaction from kroub in Intel stream on November 24 with linus   
    "We're hearing there's a slight delay, but shouldn't be long now." - @IntelTech replying to @Joseph_Tech20.
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    Server_42 got a reaction from Bloudy_Parrot in Deleting files   
    As long as the new drive has an OS you should be fine.
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    Server_42 got a reaction from kirashi in HDD Randomly Stops Working   
    If you have a second drive on hand, connect it to your laptop using the same port/slot you are using your current D Drive. Do this to check to make sure that the port/slot isn't the problem.
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    Server_42 got a reaction from boggy77 in Need Help Picking a PSU Wattage   
    Great! Thank you for the break down of wattages too. I will go with an 850W PSU then. I should have, based on your break down, about 100W extra. Thank you for your help.
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    Server_42 reacted to boggy77 in Need Help Picking a PSU Wattage   
    an OC 10900k can pull as much as 300W, and a oc 3080FE close to 400W. the rest of the system won't draw more than 50W, so a minimum would be 750W, but I'd go for 850W in this situation if you want to overclock heavily.
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    Server_42 got a reaction from flowalex in SSL, TLS, HTTPS   
    I just did some quick research and it seems like TLS is just an updated and more secure version of SSL. However, they still call the certificates SSL certificates as that is the commonly used term. Also the HTTPS appears when an SSL certificate is activated on your website. Keep in mind I did quick research and double check for your self. Hope this helps. 
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    Server_42 reacted to BrinkGG in I want to remote into my desktop from my laptop   
    The remote desktop feature is designed for you to be on the same local network. If you're savy enough to set up a VPN to your home network, then it should work still, but Parsec will still be higher quality because it will use the dGPU to encode video. 
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    Server_42 reacted to asheenlevrai in I want to remote into my desktop from my laptop   
    DWS is actually a service you use on your browser.
    You only need to install the agent on the server (target) side. In your case, you'd install the DWS agent on your desktop...
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    Server_42 reacted to BrinkGG in I want to remote into my desktop from my laptop   
    If you're connecting to a computer with a single monitor (or only need to use one), DEFINITELY go Parsec or Moonlight. You'll need to set up unattended access, but they're the highest quality and lowest latency there is right now. 
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    Server_42 got a reaction from ShrimpBrime in Looking for Help with My Build   
    I bought the ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming from my local Best Buy at retail value! Thank you for the help. I will update my original post to reflect.
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    Server_42 reacted to ShrimpBrime in Looking for Help with My Build   
    You're welcome
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    Server_42 reacted to ShrimpBrime in Looking for Help with My Build   
    Rog strix gaming x490-F/E/A would be a good board in you price range. View each model for the features you need.
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    Server_42 got a reaction from ShrimpBrime in Looking for Help with My Build   
    Thanks, the ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming has everything I need, expect I will have to get a PWM fan hub, but other than that it's perfect. Thanks for the recommendation, I will update this thread after I buy it or if I decide on something else. Thank you, again.
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    Server_42 reacted to Windspeed36 in Build Plan Thread Recommendations (Please read before posting)   
    I figured I'd make this thread to make life easier for people to give advice and feedback on your proposed system. If you add these simple answers it means we don't have to ask you all this before we can give you answers
    1. Budget & Location
    You may have listed a heap of parts that all add up to your preferred budget, but it is easier if you just list the total amount you'd like to spend and the currency as well as if you'd consider going above that budget for more performance. We need the location as well because $US are different to $AUD and $CAD etc.
    2. Aim
    What is the system going to be used for? Web browsing, 3D work? Different systems need various levels of performance - a computer based for web browsing and office use won't handle heavy graphic design and video editing and a proper video editing system isn't good for gaming. If your aim is for gaming, please list what sort of gaming. In the same way that different usage types need different systems, you'll need a lot more power to run Far Cry 3 or Crysis 2 than you would Minecraft.
    3. Monitors
    How many monitors do you plan to use? Do you plan to add more monitors in the future? What resolution are they at too?
    4. Peripherals
    Do you also need to purchase peripherals such as keyboards and mice as well as monitors etc. Also please tell us if you'll need an OS such as Windows.
    5. Why are you upgrading?
    We ask this because you may see upgrading as the only path to solve an issue but things such as driver updates, reconfiguration or cleaning can boost performance without spending a cent.
     
    Please, No Dream Builds
    We are here to assist you in recommending parts for real world builds.
     
    Please copy and paste the major dot points into your thread as it makes it easier for us to give you better feedback.
    Have fun and keep building
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    Server_42 reacted to AGooseChaser in EXPOSED Master Thread: LTT Store is going to release their own legendary screwdriver, possibly in partnership with MegaPro   
    This post has been crossposted to the LinusTechTips subreddit
     
    Also maybe there is an award for conducting this big brain investigation? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Maybe a free LTT screwdriver, slide in my dms LTT staff
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    Server_42 reacted to AGooseChaser in EXPOSED Master Thread: LTT Store is going to release their own legendary screwdriver, possibly in partnership with MegaPro   
    Bros get ready, the LTT screwdriver is coming. You've all probably seen the prototype but this is the master thread on everything about it.
     
    Linus has been trying to keep this a secret, but thankfully he's bad that. Several hours of 5head investigation has revealed everything.
     
     
    As you may know, Linus' legendary orange screwdriver (Snap-On Ratcheting) that he used for 10+ years broke in April. He said in the $800 budget build,
     
     
    Linus said in a LTT forum reply over a year ago in August that it's only a "Matter of time" till a LTT screwdriver comes out. So here's the proof that it's happening now:
     
    In the $500 AMD build stream in June, he used a prototype. When the screwdriver fell apart in his hand, he mumbled
    In the tiny AMD build stream in July he commented
    So chances are, we're getting a LTT screwdriver.
     
     
    They are gonna hype it up a lot. Linus even said he is spending over a hundred thousand dollars for the ultimate release. Comments from the July 10th Wan Show:
     
     
    Upon some 5head investigation though, I found that LTT may be doing a partnership with MegaPro
     
    If you looking closely at the prototype     that Linus used multiple times, it's a MegaPro Automotive Ratcheting Screwdriver, except with their own custom enclosure. The prototype Linus used seems to have a 3D printed handle, but the ratchet, bit storage, and shaft are exactly the same.
    A partnership with MegaPro? Hopefully, because the screwdriver itself is really high quality model and a best seller.
     
     
    Pricing: Very high end ratcheting screwdrivers sell at between $40 and $70. The Snap-On that Linus used to use sells for $71.
    The MegaPro Automotive, that LTT may rebrand, sells for $40. So with Linus' team getting a cut, I speculate that they will sell it for like $50-$70.
     
     
    If anyone on the LTT staff reads this, please make sure the LTT handle is as high quality and durable as the original MegaPro handle.
    And please make it very recognizable, like all bright orange to make the higher cost worth it.
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    Server_42 reacted to TVwazhere in EXPOSED Master Thread: LTT Store is going to release their own legendary screwdriver, possibly in partnership with MegaPro   
    *hates Branded items like Beats headphones and Jordan shoes*
     
    *ponders spending money for an LTT screw driver* Birthday present/Christmas gift perhaps???
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    Server_42 reacted to Curious Pineapple in I found linus screwdriver! :0   
    If that screwdriver breaks in 10 years time, you get a brand new replacement with no arguments.
     
    Good tools are worth the money.
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    Server_42 reacted to uaredisturbed in Personal Rig Update 2015 Part 5 - The Final Deployment   
    I finally found the rails!! He is using what appears to be rails from a Compellent CT-SC030 server or similar model that can be found at: https://www.serverworlds.com/compellent-s114-r16-p11-series-30-40-controller-rail-kit-ct-sc030-ct-sc040/
     
    If you just type in Compellent CT-SC030 or CT-SC030 on eBay, you can usually find the rails on the beginning side if you sort by price. Hope this helps everyone!

    P.S. I just ordered a pair of these and will update on receiving!
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    Server_42 reacted to -Old-Tom- in Personal Rig Update 2015 Part 5 - The Final Deployment   
    Hey Linus,
    I notice in the video that you got the rail in the wrong place for one of your rigs.
    Pro tip: if you look at the cut outs you can easily work out where to put the rails as they are't evenly spaced (in most cabinets). The narrow gaps between the holes are the top/bottom of the 'U', See the (crappy) pic i drew below. I hope it helps
     
     

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    Server_42 reacted to Ethariel01 in What are the names of all LMG Servers?   
    Many years ago in the first company I worked in IT for, the Netware servers were named after Beer and the Microsoft servers after Spirits, obviously the Unix team had to go one better and named their servers from Star Trek.
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