Googling the difference gives -
"DPI is resolution, sensitivity is primarily how fast the cursor moves. Higher DPI (dots per inch) means the cursor has a smoother, more accurate feel for pinpointing precise spots, as per in sniping. Higher DPI mice have more increments the LED or laser reads with, a denser scan so to speak."
My mouse, the driver it comes with, can natively go to 18400 DPI and thats what it was initially set to.
Still require help
that's literally an ipv4. not an IP. Changing which IPv4 the machine uses shouldn't fix this at all
Logged into router via 22.214.171.124 signed in with the default password and fully setup portforwarding on the router. If you think a Router Model # or ISP specified is required I can give that when I get home, but I doubt that really has much to do with anything
uhm.. I'm looking around for GAP download, and can't find it.
edit: theres literally posts of people from 2016 complaining about GAP being dead, and wondering what a better alternative is - https://www.reddit.com/r/GIMP/comments/5fu6s0/where_do_i_download_gap_for_gimp/
Thankyou for the much needed feedback and suggestion and evidence and or reasoning behind it. I'll look deeply into it.
uhm.. I just want a higher quality mic. And as Linus described in the video, XLR is a USB-mic "killer".
Still need help
Still need suggestions though
Oh, well thanks.
Ah. Thankyou very much, well explained. I didn't get the whole ad part, but now that you've explained it's their own personal ads and the CPU it all makes much sense.
I already have a setup for what XLR mic I want, I was just asking what headphones I should get for 40$.
Extremely great noise-canceling / background suppression and no USB connection. XLR cable to audio interface to 3.5mm cable to motherboard.
Plus I figured if I got a good microphone I'd never need to worry about it ever again. Plus I like to record and sing sometimes for fun.
It still seems (To me) that AMD's Ryzen is undeniably better in virtually everything except gaming because of the slight lacking in single-threaded performance.
But IDK about the 9000 series, probably just a plain old refresh that won't bring much.
Tried 720p, 720i, 480p, 480o
Most cable boxes do not come with 1080p as that is too much to feed over the cables. My box only comes with 1080i or 720p.
Well I knew that
It just doesn't have a really iconic name or anything..
Uh............. thats not how this works. at all. the only thing software-side of things that matters is whether or not you're running traditional windows or windows server.
Game servers. I only need the SSD for the OS and the servers files. The HDD's should be more than enough (They'll be in a RAID so it's actually just 2TB's of backup storage)
I don't need a ton of backup storage because I am only saving the small portion of the server files that contains the server data and player data, while the rest is just the game and doesn't matter if it gets corrupted / can be easily replaced. Thats why I chose not to waste hundreds more on ECC RAM because only a small portion of the data is crucial while the rest is easily replaceable.
Nah, I'm going to get identical kits, I just want to buy a 4x16GB kit now and upgrade with another 4x16GB kit of the same speeds, CAS, and timings. Should be alright?
boi looking like a tomato lmao git gud
I don't think it'll be worth the extra 700$ for ECC, as I'm just running game servers and only a very small fraction of the data is playerdata - which is the data that matters if something gets corrupted or a bit gets flipped. More than likely (if ever) it'll just corrupt the core server files, which can be instantly replaced with no problems. We also do backups on our playerdata, so even if something in the RAM were to flip and a players loot save were destroyed we could just revert from what it was 30 minutes ago with no problems.
just trying to give some context on what this build is for
Aren't I supposed to buy RAM in kits so that I know they will work together in dual / quad channel? It seems like the ECC RAM only comes by itself.\
edit: Also buying ECC RAM instead of the cheapest 1x16GB RAM module ( https://pcpartpicker.com/product/tCrmP6/geil-pristine-16gb-1-x-16gb-ddr4-2400-memory-gp416gb2400c16sc )16 times would be effectively 700$ cheaper, and is 1 CAS latency lower. Is it even worth all that extra money on ECC?
Second gen Ryzen doesn't rely on high-speed memory as much as first gen does, so why upgrade the RAM speed?
Thanks for all your replies. I basically summed up your comments as something like a RAID array. The fast drives will just go as fast as the slowest drive.
Threadripper CPU's don't have integrated graphics
still want opinions ;w;
I'm sure the stock CPU cooler will be more than enough. Also I know, I said in my post I was waiting for next gen threadripper.
Well, I already knew how to install windows 10 through the windows media creation tool, though thankyou for showing that video - I didn't know I'd have to do a little extra for an M.2 to be booted up into. Though this doesn't exactly answer my question regarding how I would move over my registry edits, driver installations, custom windows settings, etc from my hard drive to my new M.2 boot drive.
I was hoping to see more of a software approach to this - IE, said software could just copy the type of files I want to copy (system files, drivers, settings and none of my personal files) to the M.2, and then once booted into the M.2 could be used to delete said files off the other drive. - Sorta how the process you're explaining does, except without an external dongle or device to do it for me.
Is there any way? I don't want to copy whats on my hard drive to the M.2, especially since my hard drive is 1TB and is virtually full to the brim and my M.2 SSD is only 500GB.
I didn't want to overclock. I simply asked for a good all-rounder CPU cooler without the hassle of water-cooling. I completely understand that chipset can't overclock and I am fine with it. I just want my temps to be under 60c in any condition
And the m.2 is definitely necessary. I want to put a MySQL server on it, my OS, one or two games, and my servers on it. Those server files and MySQL have craptons of tiny files, and I know the SATA interface can get in the way, thus I chose to use an m.2 SSD.
Can you suggest a cheap case that may be bigger? All it needs is easy cable management, compartment for PSU, and a side panel. Fans included would be nice aswell.
I don't have amazon prime but I decided to sign up with the free trial just to avoid the shipping costs. Thanks :P
6$ shipping fee. :/
Doesn't say if it's shielded or not ;w;
1x 500GB SSD (860 EVO?) OS and Programs (After Effects, Photoshop Premier Pro, etc)
1x 2TB SSD (860 EVO) Project & Source Media
1x 500GB 970 PRO NVMe Media Cache & Scratch Disk
1x 1TB SSD 970 PRO (Which is NVMe m.2) for OS and Porgrams, aswell as Scratch Disk
1x 2TB SSD 870 EVO for projects and Media (870 is the updated ver of 860)
Is your motherboards built-in ethernet capable of 640 or more speeds? Most motherboards only handle up to 100mbps and require an add-in card that provides 1-10gigabit speeds. In this instance, you'd need a 1gigabit card to reach such speeds.
IMO, if you just got a 1TB 970 PRO instead of 1x 500GB 970 PRO and 1x 500GB 860 EVO that would be better
For long-term storage that is on an SSD I wouldn't be so sure, however, I'm sure the 960 is out (or coming out) so you should choose that instead.
Compared to my 1050 -
Compared to the GPU on that CPU's die -
You might as well not even use your 6870's. They're old, power hungry, and using them in dual won't exactly mean 200% performance. Especially if you consider running them dual would produce TONS more heat in your case if you simply never had them in your build, the overall outlook seems to be you should just use the Vega 11 graphics built into your chip.