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I got this one for my work's file server: http://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/lsi3008-sas3-controller.3417/ But, been so long since I researched RAID stuff, I'm not sure how excited you'll be by it.
Just installed and tried Dataram's Ramdisk and it caused RapidForm CAD program to crash. Showed such promise too... 1st few successful times RW loaded, I could start editing the file in 20 seconds. When I tried to open a 2nd instance with a reference file (my normal workflow), it would crash at about the 12 second mark... well after it read the file but while rendering the various docked tool windows. Finally, it wouldn't let the program even complete opening a single...
I just bought the ASUS PLS 27" with the PQ-whatever in the model from Fry's for ~$529 and am stupid happy. Would have gotten Amazon for less but wanted it right now. Originally bought a Crossover from Amazon, but it went blinky within a week & it's in FedEx to Korea now. That monitor ruined me for CAD so I had to buy the ASUS so I could work again. Just bought another Crossover from AccessoriesWhole on the Bay and am hoping it's better this time. Also bought a refurb'd...
Argh... I don't see this I don't see this. I have problems doing dumb things...
There's a motherboard for sale on OCN for $500: http://www.overclock.net/t/1466347/for-sale-supermicro-h8qgl-if-crucial-ballistix-ddr3/0_30
I just tonight was thinking about the $29 230V UPS I got off amazon and remembered that snarky little jab you sent my way.See with the Ohm's law stuff you were confusing direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC). With alternating current, the simple equations become Volt-Amps, not Watts. See "Watts" is the heat generated; with AC, power factor becomes a scaler on the "IE" side. Read up on what happens to power factor and actual watts when you reduce the current...
While considering & researching Windows Server for my workplace, I gathered that you will always want to migrate. Starting over is literally having to type everything in again. Reddit r/networking and sysadmin are amazing resources. Oh, and I stayed linux. Windows = ewww.
No, sorry. ... but there's hope. Hopefully...
I suck. It's been 2 years and I'm not ever going to do this dang build. I will sell my $964.95 in parts to a folder for $400! Qty 4 : AMD 6174 I paid $556.99 for. Qty 17 : PNY XLR8 2GB sticks CL8 - 1600 from ebay totalling $279.96 Qty 1 : Corsair TX850 V2 power supply bought off OCN for $70 Qty 1 : 4U case that can handle the giant motherboard ~$50 Step 1 : Send pic of your 4p board with username and date. If you don't already have the motherboard, they've gone down...
You need chips? ... check my next post.
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