I rather doubt it was overloaded. I've got a 550W PSU in a machine with 1x SSD and 8x HDD's. Never sees more than ~300W at the wall according to the UPS. (that's full cpu load with the drives being written to, rather rare)
HDMI audio extractors are a bit of a mixed bag. I've used a couple in the past (one built into the switch, currently have a standalone one) and in both cases the Cromecast just plain wouldn't work. Not sure if that's the audio extractor or the odd setup i've got going on though.
There's two main types of m.2 drives, one that speaks SATA and one that speaks PCIe, that adapter only works on the ones that speak SATA (and it's keyed for either sata or PCIe... very naughty)
That has NOTHING to do with android or the Pixel hardware. That could have just as easily happend to just about any other phone by the looks of it as it was a software screwup. (*not* the phone's software either)
I have one of these on order from China (via Amazon) as I have the same board and the same problem. It may do the trick given there isn't any chips on the bottom but I haven't gotten the part yet. (it won't get here until next month sometime)
The problem with that is that PCIe 2260 m.2 drives...
There's also fsarchiver if you're running one of the supported filesystems. It can be run from a running system but that's in the very much so not recommended department. (files changing underneath the thing running and all that)
That one's more partition imaging than drive imaging though.
ITX boards only come with one PCIe slot, period. Size restrictions and all of that.
Agreed, with no games being played then onboard will be plenty. Heck, it'll also expose QuickSync to the OS wherein running any kind of video card shuts that off. (quicksync is on the onboard gpu, takes...
Yeah.. there's reasons I haven't sold or given away my old LG G2 and have been dragging it out and re-flashing it every once in a while to keep it up to date. (been getting hard to find roms given it's the sprint spec version)
Though that wouldn't be a sim swap but same diff. Keeping a backup...
I'm just going to wait until it's pushed down on me. I remember reading something about how your privacy settings get reset if you manually update.
Having said that, one of my three machines has been updated, the Dell Venue 11 Pro (7140), sucked down the update after last week after doing the...
Have you actually measured your desktop? My "gaming pc" only sucks down ~60W at the wall and that's inclusive of an older monitor (~20W), a second PC (Atom based, takes bugger all for power at idle) and a network switch.
Any lower power replacement for that would cost orders of magnitude more...
None of the above? The linked motherboard has a m.2 slot, why use a bulky, expensive PCIe card when you can get a much smaller m.2 drive and still have it be PCIe? The 250Gig 960 Evo can be gotten for about the same price as the plextor you linked.
There's always clues, some show a cpu to be something fixed. Others will show a network card being a particular thing. Doubly so if you're using paravirtualized networking for performance. (VirtIO)
One other thing comes to mind is a particular "hardware" signature as large pieces will always be...
Weeel... The problem there is that the Roku doesn't support MPEG-2. OP doesn't mention whereabouts he is but all of ATSC and a lot of cable channnels come across as MPEG-2 so Plex will have to transcode.
Personally i'd say either no raid card or something like the IBM M1015 or the aforementioned M1115 - something you can throw in "IT Mode" so you can use software raid.
Why software RAID? You aren't stuck with the one controller, if it fails you just throw any old thing in there to keep going.
The BRScript will do it, PostScript can be a rather complicated language to parse for cheaply made printers with underpowerd processors. (mine included) There's a very good chance the windows driver is using PCL6 mode which is much faster. Have you tried the official drivers from brother?
Depends on the computer. The desktop? Only has video, only have the one x16 slot as it's a Mini-ITX board.
The fileserver box? It's got a Dell Perc H200 (x8 card in the x16 slot, flashed to IT mode), an Intel Pro1000 PCIe x1 equivalent network card (I think, shows up as an Intel 82574L) and of...
Realistically it doesn't matter a whole bunch anymore, they're just about commodity items. Having said that, Inateck is a brand i've used in the past. Look for one with USB attached SCSI. (UASP or UAS) Those perform better than your traditional ones.
Could you grab a screenshot from your phone? On my Nexus 5x (pure android - 7.1.1) i've got a little edit button on the top next to the settings gear icon on the top where I can edit the "quick settings" dropdown.
Replacement batteries (2x 12V SLA) for my older Back-UPS XS 1300 were less than US$40 from a local place. Sure they "only" last 3-4 years instead of 4-5 like the factory ones but the price more than makes up for it.
That's FAR from "$$$", the biggest cost on replacement batteries online is shipping.
Nvidia's had full HEVC decode support since the GTX 960. (note: not the 970 or 980, those are only partial)
Far as Intel goes, I think it goes back to most 6000 series but you'll have to check with intel for that.
Nope, sortof. "Transcode" means it's re-encoding the video. Plex won't do this if the target device supports the video and audio inside the mkv container. In that scenario it'll just pass along the two streams untouched, just changing the container format (if that even, it may just pass along...
Should be fine, provided it hasn't lost too much capacity with age. (no way of actually telling that)
FYI: My desktop (6600k, overclocked to 4.3Ghz and a GTX970, 2x SSD) only sucks down like ~250W max at the wall and that's with everything artificially loaded down to 100%.
Almost forgot to...