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TargetDron3

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About TargetDron3

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System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600x
  • Motherboard
    Asrock x570 Phantom Gaming 4
  • RAM
    32GB (2x16) Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200 (White)
  • GPU
    Zotac Gaming RTX 3070
  • Case
    Lian Li Lancool II RGB (White)
  • Storage
    Inland Pro 1TB NVME
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 700w Gold, (don't remember the model)
  • Display(s)
    Lenovo G32qc-10
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x53
  • Keyboard
    Red Dragon K580 RGB
  • Mouse
    Red Dragon S107
  • Sound
    Crappy Onboard Realtek
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro

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  1. setup OpenVPN and use a VPN connection from external to the network.
  2. The z370 chipset can address 64GB of RAM true, but requires 4 DIMMS to do it. Not sure what motherboard is in your system, but all the 2 slot z370 boards i looked at could only do 16GB per slot. Going small has it's disadvantages.
  3. It's a never ending game. Writing code for an OS isn't easy. And you can't catch all senarios. You'd be in beta phase for 50 years. Also, You can't sell new phones if you don't have a way of obsoleting your old devices by refusing to put out new updates.
  4. Everything I see shows 32GB max for a 2 slot motherboard with a z370 chipset. If it had 4 Dimm slots you could do a 4x16GB, but looks like you are limited to 2x16GB.
  5. HOW TO UPGRADE CORSAIR ONE It is a compact case so you will need to be very careful with what you do. Why do you need 64GB RAM? Decide first if you really need it. Most applications will never take advantage of the RAM, including games. 32GB is plenty for AAA titles. Unless you are running AutoCad or something similar or a bunch of VMs hosted on it, you probably wont see any gains from going to 64GB from 32GB.
  6. Why Raid 0 then partition to have two drives? Raid 0 gives you no protection of your data. It infact increases your risk of data loss as if one drive dies the whole raid set is gone. The procedure to partition is no different because windows sees it as one drive.
  7. Do you have any other computers? If so don't worry about it. You can create a bootable USB from that if the time comes. What you do need to consider is how to keep a backup of important data like pictures and documents. The days of needing mfger rescue options is over. It's just windows that everyone else has.
  8. 2nd, trying the onboard graphics. It looks like it is trying to run a resolution or refresh rate your monitor doesn't support. Any Overclocking going on in BIOS or custom firmwares on the GPU?
  9. Just going to say, why would you download all this software, copy it off to your drive and just sit on it? It's all available online, so if/when the time comes, just download it then. Windows 11 is right around the corner and most will get it upgraded for free. So, that Dell rescue disk etc will be pointless. If you need a rescue option, buy an 8GB flash drive download the Microsoft Media Creation Tool and create a bootable flash drive and throw it in a drawer.
  10. Microsoft makes it's main source of income on business sales, not consumer sales. Windows OS for businesses, Office applications and Server OSes are their main profit drivers. Next would be cloud offerings, which is gaining steam with the 365 suite and related offerings such as OneDrive, Azure, etc. Selling a notebook/tablet is just a game for them. Microsoft could just not sell hardware and they would be ok. The problem Microsoft really has is it wants to be Apple because Apple has the "image", but Microsoft is how business gets done and they have a captive audience. Large businesses ar
  11. Buy 2, bump to 16GB stuff with drives to fullfill storage requirements. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chenbro-NR12000-1U-1x-8m-QUAD-CORE-E3-1220-3-1GHz-8GB-RAM-NO-HDD/283647606276 Set up replication of one device to another and you have the cheapest way store the dat and have a backup. The drives will be the most expensive part of the whole thing.
  12. 54TB means nothing you do will be cheap or easily portable. you will need 6x 14TB drives to contain the data you have now with a buckup. If this data is critical and you don't want loss, RAID is not backup. Meaning you will need two NAS devices. Next you need to think about the legal ramifications of storing University data? Not sure about where you are, but in some places, if you do work for a business or entity, that business or entity owns the data you create and you cannot make backups on personal devices.
  13. If it needs to run at start up you need to use the system account to launch the task. If you have it set to use your account it can only run once you login. Also check UAC. It could be preventing the app from running.
  14. Like others have said, not sure what exactly you are attempting. But if you are building out any kind of physical infrastructure, make sure whoever you get to run wiring labels EVERYTHING and is tidy and neat in their wiring. At my last job I took over a manufacturing facility that had the main network rack wired like a bowl of spaghetti. Took me a week straight to clean that mess up. A patch cable should be as short as possible. Not 14 feet of slack just laying on the floor.
  15. they are out there. I know I've seen stuff on AliExpress. lol
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