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  1. Thread: A couple of VMWare questions by pparks1
    Forum: Virtualization
    Replies 4 Views 984

    #2 shouldn't be necessary. You should be able to...

    #2 shouldn't be necessary. You should be able to cut and paste between the two machines. Or at least access a share from one to the other to transfer files.
  2. Thread: PC with best data transfer rate by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 27 Views 4,618

    #1: Yes #2: Yes #3: The copy speed is...

    #1: Yes
    #2: Yes
    #3: The copy speed is dictated by the slowest drive. If you SSD writes 500MB/sec and you are copying to it, you are going to be limited to 500MB/sec. If you were coming from...
  3. Thread: Aorus Master X570S 3rd PCI E slot not registering. by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 9 Views 1,377

    For items like movies and TV shows, is there a...

    For items like movies and TV shows, is there a reason that you are storing them on NVMe drives? Seems like really expensive storage for storage huge amounts of data. I'd probably do something...
  4. Thread: Aorus Master X570S 3rd PCI E slot not registering. by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 9 Views 1,377

    Yeah, i hate it when things like that come up. ...

    Yeah, i hate it when things like that come up. It's always hard to see exactly what the motherboard can support without going through the manual with a fine tooth comb. i think many assume that if...
  5. Thread: MS Office 365 License/subscription costs by pparks1
    Forum: Microsoft Office and 365
    Replies 1 Views 586

    Office 365 is a subscription model for the office...

    Office 365 is a subscription model for the office suite. You don't buy an activation code or key to register the software, instead you pay a monthly subscription cost to use the software. And...
  6. Thread: Which MOBO is better? by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 5 Views 1,120

    i'd like to have a board with 4 M2's. But then...

    i'd like to have a board with 4 M2's. But then again, I'm only running 1 at the current time...so I guess I don't really need it.
  7. Thread: Free and powerful office suite Available by pparks1
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 13 Views 1,972

    ^Haha, now that's funny. There really wasn't...

    ^Haha, now that's funny. There really wasn't much of a point, and certainly no question in the original post.
  8. Thread: Confirmed: Destructive HermeticWiper malware. Please read. by pparks1
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 13 Views 1,925

    Thanks, updated my definition files on my boxes.

    Thanks, updated my definition files on my boxes.
  9. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    Hmmm....much be some sort of caching going on. ...

    Hmmm....much be some sort of caching going on. There isn't any way that 2 standard HDD are going to hit 2400MB/sec read speeds.
  10. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    What did you test? What is your P drive, it's...

    What did you test? What is your P drive, it's showing almost 4TB.
  11. Thread: Free and powerful office suite Available by pparks1
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 13 Views 1,972

    And I think that a lot of people don't even...

    And I think that a lot of people don't even realize that there are free web versions of Word and Excel which will do most of the basic tasks just fine.
  12. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    I use crystaldisk mark as well.

    I use crystaldisk mark as well.
  13. Thread: Are each of my 3 USBs a USB 3.0? by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 2 Views 495

    using the system that you have in your specs HP...

    using the system that you have in your specs
    HP Laptop 17t-by200 CTO

    I see the following, which shows 2 USB 3.1 ports and 1 USB 2.0 port. The USB 3.x ports are usually blue, red, or aqua in...
  14. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    Even if it doesn't have PCIe 4.0, while you...

    Even if it doesn't have PCIe 4.0, while you wouldn't get the max speed out of the NVMe, it would perform better on PCIe 3.0 than it will in the external enclosure.

    What it really boils down to I...
  15. Thread: Combine NVME drives? by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 12 Views 3,356

    Truth. I mean, I can benchmark my SN850 and...

    Truth.

    I mean, I can benchmark my SN850 and see huge numbers. And I can copy a file from C:\folder1 to C:\folder2 and it's fast. I don't have a second NVMe drive at present, so I cannot go...
  16. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    From your specs, it shows an HP Zbook G5. ...

    From your specs, it shows an HP Zbook G5. Looking at the docs, it seems that has 2 thunderbolt ports on the rigtht and they support USB 3.2 Gen 2...so that should work to max out around 1GB/sec.
  17. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    Well, you can look up the specs online. ...

    Well, you can look up the specs online. Generally speaking, 10Gbps USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports are on the rare side for laptops. Normally they have a little tag that says 10 on them.

    USB C ports are...
  18. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    mine gets warm...but nothing alarming by any...

    mine gets warm...but nothing alarming by any means. But it's a Gen 3 NVMe that it's only capable of around 2400MB/sec read and 1800MB/sec write...and I'm getting about 1100MB/sec total....so not...
  19. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    Mine personally has never opened and it's very...

    Mine personally has never opened and it's very similar to the Sabrent. Either way, the drive is usually screwed it or secured to the chassis, so even if the lid were to pop open for any reason, it...
  20. Thread: M.2 ssd enclosure by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 34 Views 3,539

    This is the one that I am using. Amazon.com...

    This is the one that I am using.
    Amazon.com

    To max out this enclosure, you need to connect to a USB 3.2 Gen 2 port (10Gbps) or a USB-C 10Gbps port. However, that port maxes out around...
  21. Thread: Buying new CPU question by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 18 Views 2,417

    I didn't really need 32GB in my BeeLink mini PC,...

    I didn't really need 32GB in my BeeLink mini PC, but there is a story behind why I have it.

    I ordered my first Beelink kit and it had 16GB of RAM, and it was 2 x 8GB sticks. But that kit had...
  22. Thread: Buying new CPU question by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 18 Views 2,417

    Yeah, mini pc's don't really lend themselves to...

    Yeah, mini pc's don't really lend themselves to being upgraded.

    The beelink PC that I linked to above, has WIndows 11 Pro now pre-installed on it. I've been quite happy with mine. I got it...
  23. Thread: Buying new CPU question by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 18 Views 2,417

    It would be if everything wasn't soldered...

    It would be if everything wasn't soldered together. You cannot really upgrade it unless you just buy a new one.
  24. Thread: Buying new CPU question by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 18 Views 2,417

    Yes, but you have to buy a whole new NUC. ...

    Yes, but you have to buy a whole new NUC.

    Or you could buy a BeeLink Mini PC. I use the SEI8 with the 8279u CPU. It's about $459 right now from Amazon.
    Amazon.com

    The new 11th gen Intel...
  25. Thread: Combine NVME drives? by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 12 Views 3,356

    I have NVMe drives, but I also added a 2TB...

    I have NVMe drives, but I also added a 2TB standard SATA SSD to my machine to house games. Games are huge and chew up space. But honestly, there isn't hardly any noticeable difference between the...
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