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mxnugget

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About mxnugget

  • Title
    Newbie

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System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-7300HQ
  • RAM
    8 + 4GB DDR4@2400MHz
  • GPU
    NVidia GTX 1050M 4GB GDDR5 bread
  • Storage
    480GB Kingston A400 SSD
  • PSU
    lenevo oem thingy
  • Display(s)
    1920 x 1080 IPS display
  • Keyboard
    semimechanical super duper clicky genesis thor 200
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Windblows 10
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Y520
  • Phone
    Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G
  1. I don't know the difference between Mi 10 Lite 5G and Mi 8 Lite, but I have the Mi 10 Lite 5G and it's awesome. Very good 48MP camera - detailed shots and 1080 60fps recording (it also has 4K 30fps). Amazing screen, good looking notch, corners a little bit too rounded for my taste, huge screen. And ofc, 5G (never had the chance to test it). Battery could be bigger tho, fast charging is ok. If you want a little bigger camera (64MP), a bigger battery (5000mAh) and faster fast charging, you can buy the Mi Note 10 Lite, but no 5G (doesn't really matter if it is expensive or not very implemented in
  2. For my hosting company, I want more trust to my customers and I also want to hide my providers.
  3. Oh, so from what I understand, I can't just simply allocate an ASN to an IP address from a provider and another IP from another provider (the IP addresses not being owned by me)?
  4. Hello. I'm planning to make my own hosting company and I want to have my ASN, but can't fully understand how it works. For example, how allocation works. Also, can I allocate ASN to IPs from different providers?
  5. Oh sorry, forgot to mention. Gaming. Or is the performance enough due to 20 (2x10) cores?
  6. Hello. How could I get a better performance on 20 cores x 2.50GHz (max 3.30GHz)? I'm asking this because I'm planning to buy a workstation. (link) Is there a way to OC the Xeon E5-2670 V2? I didn't see anything about the CPU being locked or unlocked on Intel's site.
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