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  1. Re: The Tiny Computer Thread...Pi's, Beagles, Minnows, Humming..oh my!

    Are you feeling rich? 1 x 64GB stick DDR4-2133MHz 8Rx4 1.2v ECC Registered LRDIMM for $5000

    Computer Hardware, Memory, ddr4 - Newegg.com
  2. Re: The Tiny Computer Thread...Pi's, Beagles, Minnows, Humming..oh my!

    Game for a laugh..... Thought I would try the q1900m with 8GB ram but my g-skill 1600's won't run in it....

    It currently has Corsair Dominator 2133 cas 9 sticks in it..... running at 1333 cas 9...
  3. Re: The Tiny Computer Thread...Pi's, Beagles, Minnows, Humming..oh my!

    Throw this one in perhaps?

    Habey Release the Swiss Army Knife of Mini-ITX Motherboards - eTeknix
  4. Re: The Tiny Computer Thread...Pi's, Beagles, Minnows, Humming..oh my!

    Yep, I have to say I was thinking more small in price than size where the length of the board is mATX but the front to back dimension is about 7" (it uses that first row of standoffs in your case)...
  5. Re: The Tiny Computer Thread...Pi's, Beagles, Minnows, Humming..oh my!

    My foray into small computing is not as small in fact I chose mATX over mITX but for a reason..... the use of normal ddr3l sticks

    The celeron j1900 is a BGA1170 processor so comes soldered to the...
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    Sticky: Re: The Official I just "Got" Thread

    seems we all get interested in small stuff recently.

    Whilst it isn't as small as you guys are talking about I got me an asrock q1900m. Sure it has serious limitations but a complete 4-core board...
  7. Thread: Intel NUC

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    Re: Intel NUC

    Harlot more like..... Will do anything for some Linux love !! :rofl:
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    Re: Problem with sata hard drive

    Come on then guys .....time to check what is in the cupboard in the way of spare MB's.

    Someone surely has something for cheap or maybe start a pay it forward ;)


    As a back-up plan I am going...
  9. Thread: Intel NUC

    by grumpydaddy
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    Re: Intel NUC

    I have a recommend for you if you like Linux and SPEED

    It is not designed to be fully installed rather as a complete os on a stick which leaves no footprint once removed

    One can however install...
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    Re: Problem with sata hard drive

    I have a feeling that there is something that happens when you run Linux. I have never bothered to find out what but I have seen this "issue" too after plugging in a disk, previously used on a linux...
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    Re: Last gasp of a dying technology?

    When a lone 750 can out-perform a 6 drive raid0 array then the writing is on the wall in certain applications but business and home use still has a place for slower drives and I guess will have for...
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    Re: Something I've wanted to share

    I have no idea how the "system" works over there on your side of the pond but with so many needy children worldwide I feel that the both of you will be a dream come true for at least one such small...
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    Re: windows woes

    THE WINNER has been found

    Not sure why each of the other things I tried to repair .exe did not work but my buddy Jean-Guy passed this one to me and voilą:

    Default File Type Associations -...
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    Re: windows woes

    errrr, no. reboot with command prompt does though.

    Tried all the above suggestions, ran chameleon then malwarebytes and came up empty.

    Most of the time progs are attempting to open in media...
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    Re: More SSD stuff...

    I just hope NVMe prices fall as fast as Sata has. It is astonishing how the move away from ACHI performs

    Another review of the Intel 750 1.2TB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 AIC SSD:

    Intel 750 1.2TB NVMe...
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    Re: windows woes

    Just home from work so coffee and try again. If an espresso followed by a flat white can't fix it then re-install I say

    Cyber: the "Fix it" button won't play either.

    Windows: underneath it all...
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    Re: windows woes

    Doh. I had not thought to use CMD

    REGEDIT is an exe file so no go there

    I'll give this a go tomorrow when it is not nearly 2am ;)

    Failing that then I will try to get at it using Linux
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    Re: windows woes

    No, the issue is that I need to manually tell it what to do with .exe files.

    eg. I just downloaded chrome browser 64 and it failed to run the .exe

    It won't run system restore
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    windows woes

    Before I re-install 7-64

    all of my programs are asking me what program I wish to use to run the program after I made a cods of installing a network discovery type app. for a new access point. All...
  20. Re: Need help with a new build first time watercooling

    Z97 for gaming

    All SSD storage for gaming, you might even consider RAID for those. If you want faster still then the new Intel storage solution is near but it will initially restrict which MB you...
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    Re: Who here uses a NAS ??

    Ok, I decided to go with a qnap 221 to get me started and to learn some of the things I need to and I have to say it is a lot less plug and play than I expected. Building a freenas box was the...
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    Who here uses a NAS ??

    If you have one tell us what you have and how you use it (what you use it for)
  23. Re: First build, first OC, first post...4690k

    Hi and welcome.

    Great start with the overclocking. I am going to suggest 1 step lower on the Loadline calibration just to see if the voltage remains stable rather than climbing under load.
    ...
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    Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Sounds like you could have hours of fun with these
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    Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Any idea what make or type of chips on those?
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