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About Fye

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  • CPU
    Intel i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    Colourful Z390 Vulakn V20
  • RAM
    64GB G.skill trident Z royal
  • GPU
    Colourful Geforce RTX 2080 iGame
  • Case
    GameMax Autob bot
  • Storage
    Intel 660p M.2 1tb
    WD RED 8TB 5400 RPM x2
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850
  • Display(s)
    Samsung CHG90 49" 3840x1080 144hz
  • Cooling
    Master Cooler MA410M
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 SE
  • Sound
    HyperX Revolver X
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Hello, I work at a gaming center and we have a month long tournaments we finished Dota2, and R6S is in progress but next we are hosting CSGO tournament and I've recieved critical email from the administration about cheaters and hackers, im monitoring the firewall for connectivity but I'm not sure about sneaky USB devices that has aimbots and cheats on them. My question is, how do I detect such thing? Even though we have 1 person to monitor each team, but honestly I dont trust them fully. Is there a software that prevent such things or atleast gives me monitoring details that I can
  2. We use Intel setup for our client PCs, so im not sure if i can answer your question correctly, but at this time everything is running smoothly on 65 intel setups and 1 AMD workstation regarding PXE boot.
  3. That's really good to know thank you. So basically all of our PCs do not have a local drive, we are using a diskless system, where the workstation (running on Windows server 2016) has a VHD image of Windows 10. Using a software we send all the data from the workstation to all the PCs (PXE Boot ROM) in the center the data are at follows, Windows 10 (35GB) and games. Basically what we are trying to do is to reduce the loading time of the image, because if we have 200 PCs that 35GB×200= 7TB of data just to boot up the whole place, so basically the setup is Worstation >F
  4. Hello. I work at a gaming center and we have an AMD workstation that broadcasts all the games and the OS using CCBoot software to 65PCs (soon upgrading to 200 PCs) We are using 4gbps teaming at the moment and we want to upgrade that to 20gbps using SFP+, because each PC require 40GB to boot up the OS. My question is, does SFP+ NICs work with AMD setup? The only thing I found online is that Intel SFP+ NIC only work with Intel setup. Note: we are using a workstation and not a balde server (AKA Rack server) and our firewall is Fortigate 200E support
  5. I was never bother by loud PCs, so ill go with the design, thanks for the advice
  6. - I had the i9 on a very good deal from a friend of mine for $480 and I got the pieces about 5 months ago, before 10th gen was released. - I do edit videos sometimes and render movies to 4k 60fps before i watch them so they are useful and to be honest i never used the full 64GB but i reached 50GB at one point, they are also very useful to game as when i play a game the system uses 20-23GB of ram (if you have a 16GB windows wont allow the game to use all of it to reserve some for itself, but when you have large ram storage the game takes what ever it needs to run as smoothly as pos
  7. Hey all. I wanna give a thanks to Linus and his team for showing me how to build a PC, and this was my very first PC that i built with only youtube's help. :: Specs :: CPU: Intel i9 9900K 3.6Ghz (5.1 Ghz boost) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master MA410M GPU: Colourful Geforce RTX 2080 iGame (waiting for RTX 30 series to upgrade) Motherboard: Colourful iGame Z390 VulcanX V20 Ram: 64GB (16x4) G.Skill trident Z Royal 3600MHz Storage1: Intel 660p 1TB M.2 80mm PCIe 3.0 Storage 2: 16TB (8x2) Western Digital Red 8TB 5400 RPM PSU: Corsair RM850 watt 80+ Gol