I don’t like how VMware handles ssd, but one of the things you should always check is that it recognize it’s actually a “flash disk” and not an old spinner.
it’s usually pretty good about detecting the type of drive on passthrough, but if you’re using some kind of HBA or RAID device it usually...
To be fair - and I have no actual idea as to which way things will go - we also thought they’d be really stupid to keep trying to refine 14nm and refreshing skylake for so long and that they’d have some kind of generational leap coming in 2019, after Ryzen had been out for a bit.
and now their...
dont forget the original Xbox with its x86 processor and the Xbox 360 with a triple core PowerPC proc!
also, though it’s a bit more of a tangent, I believe most of the portables have all been arm based, but none arm64 until the switch?
Those are great prices. If I was filling up a home NAS I'd jump on them, the ironwolf drives in particular.
We use EXOS drives at work and I like them too - for $225 that's a steal, you can basically get two for the price of 1.
...and I see it looks like someone jumped on that deal already. :)...
they have high end parts too. They just aren’t very commonly used.
Could benefit from pairing with an NVIDIA GPU.
PCMR types? Streamers? Regular gamers caught up in FOMO? Miners? Anyone trying to flip some GPUs to make a bunch of money?
There's no logic left in this, "having time" for it doesn't even factor in to it.
Although how much time do you guys think you've spent over the past six months refreshing...