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WD hi-state = ADATA/Seagate by Flasherly[_2_]
WD, aside, is labeling branded SSDs to color classes: a color meaning, accordingly in keeping with a prior tactic, is to provide no info on build assembly, short of taking it apart for chip nomenclature (colors corresponding to an Enterprise grade are spec'd, though). WD also tends to be...
Yesterday 12:47 AM
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memtest86+ 5.01 reported RAM speed not credible by [email protected]
I was given an old HP Proliant server to fix. It only had a flat CMOS battery. So I run memtest86+ and it says the memory is DDR3-4123! This is a Nehalem EP generation, and only an E5506, which supported 800 speed with ECC. Also says CAS 19, which you would get with DDR4-4000 RAM.
May 20th 19 01:14 PM
by Flasherly[_2_] Go to last post
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Sickness strikes again by Flasherly[_2_]
Found an interesting DAC. https://headfonics.com/2016/12/the-adi-2-pro-by-rme/ I'm running up to a possible only a 1/18 to 3/9 sample rate of WASAPI 384Khz, and it would take an Apple to double that. Good Sol Apple strikes again. Problem is a spare couple of thousand dollars, so looking for it...
May 18th 19 11:24 PM
by Flasherly[_2_] Go to last post
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TOSLINK red laser S/PDIF cable fixes by Flasherly[_2_]
Not really a fix. I had to take apart some laser carrier cables and splitters. Cheap stuff, so wasn't hard to figure. The input-output laser carrier connections is a matter of 64-ths an inch. You can take two of those plastic covered laser carrier wires,
May 18th 19 01:30 AM
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Packaged filtering concepts by Flasherly[_2_]
Have had, picked up to implement the following filters Chebyshev filter Bessel filter Butterworth filter https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_crossover#Classification_based_on_filter_order_or_slope Included slopes, though listed to the 10th, generally perform at limits to a decreased complexity,...
May 17th 19 03:43 PM
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xkcd: XKeyboarCD by Torbjorn Lindgren
Lynn McGuire wrote: xkcd: XKeyboarCD https://www.xkcd.com/2150/ I have been wondering when someone was going to put emoji keys on a keyboard. https://www.engadget.com/2015/11/04/hardware-emoji-keyboard-emojiworks/ Looks like they (so far) only done a limited run...
May 16th 19 01:21 PM
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"Backblaze Hard Drive Stats Q1 2019" by Lynn McGuire[_3_]
"Backblaze Hard Drive Stats Q1 2019" https://www.backblaze.com/blog/backblaze-hard-drive-stats-q1-2019/ "As of March 31, 2019, Backblaze had 106,238 spinning hard drives in our cloud storage ecosystem spread across three data centers. Of that number, there were 1,913 boot drives and 104,325...
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May 15th 19 01:05 PM
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"Intel Flaw Lets Hackers Siphon Secrets from Millions of PCs" by Yrrah[_4_]
x-posted: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt,alt.comp.hardware "(...) Today Intel and a coordinated supergroup of microarchitecture security researchers are together announcing a new, serious form of hackable vulnerability in Intel's chips. It's four distinct attacks, in fact, though all of them use a...
May 15th 19 12:59 PM
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HDD 4T by Flasherly[_2_]
Not so average from a sale at $68 WD Green I saw (shipping and tax possibly not included). They're averaging closer to $100. Past decent feedback, significance in numbers seems to hold, there's the warrantee aspect. Noticed a 4T Toshiba N300 pop up. NAS service oriented with a lot...
May 15th 19 01:20 AM
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What happened to cheap reliable ADSL modems ? by Shadow[_2_]
I bought 2 D-Link DSL 500B modems a while ago at $US 20,00 each. Lightning struck, so I replaced the one that was there, but all I can find locally are expensive "super" Wifi ADSL modems to buy as a spare. Any good solid reliable "simple" models still being made ? (with just a phone jack, an...
May 13th 19 03:24 PM
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Intel UHD graphics by Rene Lamontagne
I had hoped to run my new system build using the Intel UH 630 graphics built into the i7 8700 CPU. But so far I am not too happy with the settings software, Intel Graphics Control Panel, It has only brightness and contrast, no hue and saturation controls and I find that my display is a little...
May 13th 19 02:44 AM
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The Power and The Horror by Flasherly[_2_]
Something of anomaly the XLS DriveCore technology in a Class D configuration, it goes beyond difficult loads -- At a 2-ohm SPKR load it runs from 550-1200W over the course of four models within the same series nomenclature. (Bridged would be 1100-2400W at 4-ohm.) I'm running a modern 4-ohm at...
May 11th 19 11:59 AM
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Better FLAC Player ? Fast, Good playlist, Low CPU ? by [email protected]
Finally I'm fed up with VCL media player. VCL Media Player's playlist feature has all kinds of issues, permission issues, sometimes hard to use... sometimes player lags while playing audio during gaming... tryed more buffering... also seems to consume lots of CPU. I'll google if something better...
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May 8th 19 10:03 PM
by Paul[_28_] Go to last post
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Liquid Fans for a Phosphorescent Liquid Sky by Flasherly[_2_]
Fluid Dynamic Bearings Stem from HDD technology. They have metal sleeves, bearings, but how they're machined distinguishes them. For instance, manufacturer Matsu****a’s machined bearings require a fee to reproduce for selling them for a type of hydrodynamics. Other manufacturers approach the...
May 8th 19 08:48 AM
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How GT 520 auto detect VGA,HDMI,DVI device ? Is there manual override ? by [email protected]
How does the GT 520 auto-detect the connected the device ? It has 3 connectors: VGA, HDMI and DVI. What I want to do is: 1. Use VGA always for monitor. 2. Use HDMI only for audio connection to receiver. Problem with this setup is that GT 520 believes receiver to be a monitor and switches to it...
May 7th 19 04:30 PM
by root[_6_] Go to last post
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Intel UHD Graphics by Rene Lamontagne
I had hoped to run my new system build using the Intel UH 630 graphics built into the i7 8700 CPU. But so far I am not too happy with the settings software, Intel Graphics Control Panel, It has only brightness and contrast, no hue and saturation controls and I find that my display is a little...
May 7th 19 09:07 AM
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NVIDIA High Definition Audio needs Audio Channel Remapping Tool. by [email protected]
I am currently experimenting with: GT 520 connected to VGA monitor GT 520 connected to Denon 1909 receiver via HDMI. Using NVIDIA High Definition Audio with HDMI cable to receiver which supports 7 speakers for 7.0 surround sound setup, subwoofer is not present. I notice following problem which...
May 6th 19 10:11 PM
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How and which part of PC decide which display output to use(vga,hdmi,dvi) ? by [email protected]
For now I will assume the graphics card decides which output to use. How it does this is unknown to me. Does anybody have some references/documentation ? I am particularly interested in nvidia's GT 520. I believe this device works as follows: 1. If an HDMI cable is connected it will try to use...
May 6th 19 04:48 PM
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GT 1030 and GT 520 in one PC. by [email protected]
Hello, I want to use the GT 1030 as main graphics card/gpu and the GT 520 as an HDMI/audio solution to try this out. So I stuck the GT 520 into the PC as well. It has two PCI express ports/slots (winfast motherboard NF4SK8AA (or similiar)) Windows 7 ultimate edition 64 bit is not detecting the...
May 6th 19 04:37 PM
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Protocol for combining partitions in a single HD into one big "C:"drive--when you buy a bigger drive--how? by RayLopez99
Problem: Just doubled my SSD hard drive from 500 GB to 1000 GB, but I have a problem. There is just one physical drive, but several logical drives and up to three or four primary drives (the maximum). I want to move the new, approximately 500 GB of unallocated space at the end of my "D" (data)...
May 2nd 19 05:16 PM
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