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"Creep in the Style of Deftones" is an absolute banger.

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Got a used GeForce 1060 and threw it in my server. Now using it in Tdarr to re-encode all movies and TV shows to h265.
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One of these days I should build a Plex server.
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(08-29-2020, 07:23 PM)Sorce Wrote: One of these days I should build a Plex server.

One of these days I am gonna look up what that is. lol
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Think Netflix, but only with content you add. Music, movies, TV shows, all obtained strictly through legal means, of course. I'm running it on a virtual machine running CentOS 8, it's rock freaking solid.
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(08-29-2020, 09:28 PM)evildre Wrote: Think Netflix, but only with content you add. Music, movies, TV shows, all obtained strictly through legal means, of course. I'm running it on a virtual machine running CentOS 8, it's rock freaking solid.
Yeah, between my, my Dad's, and my Sister's DVD/BR collections, it'd make a pretty good homebrew Netflix.
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(08-29-2020, 09:46 PM)Sorce Wrote: Yeah, between my, my Dad's, and my Sister's DVD/BR collections, it'd make a pretty good homebrew Netflix.

It's damn good, even in its free form. I paid the lifetime membership a few years ago and it's been great.
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HOLY SHIT, INTEL OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED 10NM PROCESSORS.

WHAT EVER WILL HAPPEN TO THEIR 14NM++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ PROCESS
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I guess they decided to skip it?? I wonder if the Gfx cards will feature 10nm as well?
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(09-02-2020, 08:46 PM)Neocorteqz Wrote: I guess they decided to skip it?? I wonder if the Gfx cards will feature 10nm as well?

The iGPUs are going to be 10nm on Tiger Lake as well, of course, but ... AMD Navi is running 7nm, and NVIDIA Ampere appears to be 8nm for GeForce and 7nm for Quadro. 

I'm watching the GN review of Intel's announcement ... holy shit. Just ... wow.
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(09-03-2020, 09:20 AM)evildre Wrote:
(09-02-2020, 08:46 PM)Neocorteqz Wrote: I guess they decided to skip it?? I wonder if the Gfx cards will feature 10nm as well?

The iGPUs are going to be 10nm on Tiger Lake as well, of course, but ... AMD Navi is running 7nm, and NVIDIA Ampere appears to be 8nm for GeForce and 7nm for Quadro. 

I'm watching the GN review of Intel's announcement ... holy shit. Just ... wow.

I read quite a bit on Toms hardware about the newest gfx cards coming soon as well as Tiger Lake info.
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Really hoping the 30x0 cards from nVidia crater the shit out of prices for the 20x0 series.
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I hope the 3070 actually retails for the MSRP they've quoted. 500 bucks for a card that supposedly outperforms a 2080 Ti? Unf.
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I slapped a 32GB Toshiba FlashAir W-04 card into my 3D printer. Now I can upload files directly to it instead of moving the SD card between the printer and my PC like a pleb.
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Samsung DeX is fucking awesome. just saying.
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Been doing a lot of fishing lately, enjoying it quite a bit!

Yesterday I spent some time in the office taking the guts (i5-4590s, unbranded Asus ITX board, 16GB DDR3) of my unRAID / PLEX server out of a cheap 'Cougar' case and into one of my empty Thermaltake Core v21 uATX cube cases. More room for hard drives and better cooling of said drives. This all went into play because I've been noticing thermal alerts from unRAID on both the mechanical drives in the system.

Also ran some CAT5e through the office wall and into the living room for HTPC / TV / Console use. I picked up a TP-Link 8-port gigabit switch on Amazon for like $15 and will use it in the living room to divvy up that single run into up to 7 devices. As it is the TV, HTPC, AVR, and whatever consoles have ethernet ports will get hard wired.

What got the wild hair up my butt to do the above? I ripped a 2-disc blu-ray using the HTPC last weekend and it took almost a damn day to copy it to the NAS over 5ghz WiFi. Fuuuuuuuck that noise.
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Nothing beats cables. Nothing.

I just set up a pair of Hyper-V servers. Each one has a pair of 100Gb connections set up with LACP. Windows shows the link as 200Gb, but the highest throughput we'd be able to see is 140Gb (they're dual-port PCIe 3.0 cards).

But still...NOTHING beats cables.
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(09-10-2020, 05:38 AM)TheGeekRedneck Wrote: Been doing a lot of fishing lately, enjoying it quite a bit!

Yesterday I spent some time in the office taking the guts (i7-7700s, unbranded Asus ITX board, 16GB DDR3) of my unRAID / PLEX server out of a cheap 'Cougar' case and into one of my empty Thermaltake Core v21 uATX cube cases.   More room for hard drives and better cooling of said drives.   This all went into play because I've been noticing thermal alerts from unRAID on both the mechanical drives in the system.

Also ran some CAT5e through the office wall and into the living room for HTPC / TV / Console use.   I picked up a TP-Link 8-port gigabit switch on Amazon for like $15 and will use it in the living room to divvy up that single run into up to 7 devices.   As it is the TV, HTPC, AVR, and whatever consoles have ethernet ports will get hard wired.

What got the wild hair up my butt to do the above?  I ripped a 2-disc blu-ray using the HTPC last weekend and it took almost a damn day to copy it to the NAS over 5ghz WiFi.   Fuuuuuuuck that noise.

Funny, I was getting drive temp alerts from my unRAID box as well.  Although mine was because the fan in my old N40L case (that I repurposed into a DAS case) had stopped spinning.  Fan is fine, the damn wire coming off the female ATX 24p connector had an issue.  So I just made it work for now and I'll fix it right sometime in the future.
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Things with the unRAID box are much better in the Core V21 case.

With the old cramped 'Cougar' uATX case the 5TB and 8TB drives in it were routinely getting near 50C in normal operating conditions. In the new case I have consistent temps of 34-36C even when under stress.

Win!
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(09-11-2020, 01:18 PM)TheGeekRedneck Wrote: Things with the unRAID box are much better in the Core V21 case.

With the old cramped 'Cougar' uATX case the 5TB and 8TB drives in it were routinely getting near 50C in normal operating conditions.   In the new case I have consistent temps of 34-36C even when under stress.

Win!

I've got one array spinner that sits around 43C, and my cache drives sit around 44C.  But the cache drives are 15,000 RPM SAS drives.  And the hot array drive is a 6TB SAS drive.
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...wut
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(09-15-2020, 09:33 AM)evildre Wrote: ...wut
Eekum Bokum, clearly.

.....also virtual youtubers are weird and funny.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1278421118513115137
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I am currently trying to figure out Cisco 2960S-PS-L switches, specifically stacking them with one configured.....
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VMware Workstation 16 is out. Time to update my license ...
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Also, I <3 1Password.
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Apparently the Crysis remake is a port of the 360 version, not the PC version.

Weird.
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I've migrated 8 of my 11 domain names from GoDaddy to Dreamhost. Going to have to do some reasonably thorough testing before doing the other 3.
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When I start looking for a new VPS, I will need to do more research, My last host was good, but the setup was wonky, the domains didn't seem to want to bind to the IP correctly, so not all domains worked right. I guess I am just used to cpanel not plesk.
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I'm considering getting a VPS to spin up a Minecraft Bedrock Edition server and an instance of Jitsi so my son can play Minecraft online with his friends in a private environment. That way, I don't have to worry about some rando coming in and doing what randos do in video chats ... you know, flopping out his dong and all.

That, or I need to replace my Amplifi HD, because allowing external traffic to reach the existing Bedrock and Jitsi instances in my basement is just not happening ... I'm considering a UniFi Security Gateway Pro 4, a UniFi AP HD, and a couple of the UniFi Mesh devices.

Also, I love DaVinci Resolve.
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Apparently Doom and Doom Eternal are TOTALLY NOT coming to gamepass. Because if they were, that'd be a leak, and as we all know, MS doesn't leak game things. Or anything. EVER.
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TODD HOWARD FOUND ANOTHER WAY TO SELL SKYRIM
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If Skyrim single-handedly brings back the Windows Phone just so the game can be on another platform, I'm down with that.
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I had yesterday off because the kids' teachers had some sort of inservice day or whatever, so I took the opportunity to build a new bed for Mario. It's an Ikea Stuva loft bed with a desk under it -- and if I had one when I was 9 years old I'd have flipped the fuck out. This thing is awesome. There are three options for the shelving/drawers: you can use the rest of the Stuva elements for shelving, you can use Följa drawers/cabinet doors, or you can use Fritids drawers/cabinets. I used the Fritids ones -- these have slots rather than handles for opening, and were actually in stock. The cabinets on the end of the bed are red, and there are three drawers: two small ones with white faces, and one big one with a red face. Here's the product page. It's set up in that L-shaped configuration -- desk is perpendicular to the bed and sticks out from underneath it. His computer (i7-4930K, 64GB DDR3, GeForce GTX 1650, 250GB SATA SSD) is under the desk, and he has a small LED lamp. 

However ... the cabinet is currently blocked off. His old desk is in the corner at the end of the bed, and we can't move it until Adam moves out. This is happening in 4-5 days, so it'll be finished soon.
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Oh man, that looks sweet as hell; kid-me would have loved that.

Unrelated, I'm downloading/installing Kali Linux because... I feel the need to be a 1337 hax0r d00d.

edit: Well that was a horrible idea. My chromebook doesn't recognize anything other than ChromeOS.
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Unrelated, working on a very old Chromebook is not fun.
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I set up my new UniFi Dream Machine, two UniFi 8-port switches, and the UniFi AP AC Pro last night. Continued the configuration this morning. Kids' devices are now on a separate VLAN with a tweaked Pi-Hole DNS server that applies additional parental controls, plus layer 7 firewalling and proxy services to prevent Mario from downloading bullshit that promises free Robux or whatever.

Why didn't I do this shit earlier? The UniFi dashboard is spectacular for home use.
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Just replaced one of the cache drives in my unRAID server. Now rebuilding the boot USB for it because it hangs on starting syslogd. Tomorrow I hope to start posting stuff to sell for my brother-in-law, and then hope everything sells quickly & well so I can pay off bills. Get a car that isn't a POS and needs work every other weekend, then upgrade said unRAID server to SSDs for the cache (instead of 600GB 15k SAS drives).
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I am cutting wicked loud and long farts this morning....
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(09-29-2020, 09:28 AM)TheGeekRedneck Wrote: I am cutting wicked loud and long farts this morning....
Sounds like me. good ole Metformin for me causes it.
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