I'll echo the flow/block problem.
I'm running a 130w i7-920 @3.8 with a GTX480 with a solo triple radiator, and IBT doesn't get my cores above 70C with my fans at 1100 rpm.
You have more fans, more radiator, lower thermal CPU, and no GPU in your loop, so you should at least be keeping...
Would work, but I could never get incremental updates working with a truecrypt volume. If I added/changed one file, I would have to copy over the entire volume, which would suck at 3GB+ container over internet connection.
This is assuming he is talking about working on locally encrypted...
I should get my MSI GT780DXR-446US on Tuesday, I'll give my general impressions when I get it.
It has the 3GB of vram, blu-ray burner, 16GB ram, and 2x 750GB drives. I have a SSD that I will be popping in once I verify it all works.
I looked at the Precision workstations, but once I got...
I had dedup running for a short while on my home lab, quad core xeon, 24GB ram, SSD's for cache and log. It was used for hyper-v storage (Solaris 11 express)
It worked great, and had some great dedup ratio's. The main issue is if you take a snapshot, and then come back and try and delete the...
Looking at the Z68XP-UD3P manual, only the CPU PWM header is manageable by the bios (page 56). The default is set to dynamic CPU fan speed based on temperature.
The SYS_FAN2 header might be controlled by the same options, but it is not documented anywhere.
This plus the past efforts to make streaming a felony should make everyone call/write/annoy your congressperson to stop trying to mess with things they don't understand.
ICE/DHS is already hijacking domains that they can, basically acting as an enforcement arm for RIAA, MPAA, and other large...
I got a little lost on what speed you're complaining about, as it sounds like you are complaining about the 6/iR 30MB/s as well as the 60-70MB/s speeds.
From my quick glance it sounds like you need to replace the 6/iR.
The 1068e isn't a real powerhouse, although it doesn't have to be to...
I used http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19963-01/html/821-1458/fpjvl.html#scrolltoc to set up my LACP aggregation.
In napp-it you won't see it listed under the interfaces table, but it will be listed underneath the "Your current config"
Here are snippets from my config:
I haven't tried this specific bag, but I have been mixing Norco and Supermicro screws without issue so far.
Supermicro part number MCP-410-00005-0N
FFS, didn't see OP was 2009. Well if anyone needs 100 screws, I'll keep my...
It definitely supports Jumbo frames, and I can saturate gigabit just fine with it, don't know if that's what you mean by buffer.
During ~115MB/s from Windows to Solaris CIFS:
Frame 181440: 9014 bytes on wire (72112 bits), 9014 bytes captured (72112 bits)