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  1. Thread: hyper v vs virtualbox by pparks1
    Forum: Virtualization
    Replies 21 Views 1,660

    That part I do not understand at all. I've run...

    That part I do not understand at all. I've run HyperV on my Windows client machines over the years and never noticed a slow down of the actual host computer when doing so. (Except obviously if...
  2. Thread: Advice on MOBO for new build by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 8 Views 464

    Yeah, that's one of the reasons I went with the...

    Yeah, that's one of the reasons I went with the Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 4. It was already all black, and was good on RAM clearance. I also got it for $69 from NewEgg at the time.
  3. Thread: Advice on MOBO for new build by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
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    I'm running a Ryzen 5900X on the Asus ROG Strix...

    I'm running a Ryzen 5900X on the Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming board. It's been a solid board for me, no problems. I tested the wifi to make sure it worked, but I'm hardwired. I love the fact...
  4. Thread: External SSD Drive for Storage by pparks1
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 7 Views 491

    Hard drives themselves last a very long. ...

    Hard drives themselves last a very long. However, if you drop them when they are running, because of the moving parts you could damage them. So, SSD's are safer from drops.

    SSD's are much...
  5. Thread: hyper v vs virtualbox by pparks1
    Forum: Virtualization
    Replies 21 Views 1,660

    I used Virtualbox for years and it worked great...

    I used Virtualbox for years and it worked great for me. It had better linux support than Hyper-V, and the ability to clone a system as a Linked Clone is far easier and quicker in Virtualbox, and...
  6. Thread: Advice on new memory by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 9 Views 567

    That's odd to me that you are having problems...

    That's odd to me that you are having problems with G.Skill memory. That's been my go to memory for everything for the last 10 years or so.

    Corsair, Kingston, Crucial are all pretty solid...
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    Yep, i just took some games off my rapidly...

    Yep, i just took some games off my rapidly filling up 2TB WD SN850 NVMe, which does 7,000MB/s over to a cheap 2.5" Sandisk Ultra 2TB SATA drive that maxes out at ~500MB/sec and load times for call of...
  8. Replies 4 Views 483

    That motherboard supports a max bandwidth of PCIe...

    That motherboard supports a max bandwidth of PCIe Gen 2. A Gen 3 drive will work just fine, but you won't get the full speed potential that the drive offers. I believe that you get a max of 2...
  9. Should be an option in the BIOS to restore to...

    Should be an option in the BIOS to restore to defaults.....that would be what you are looking for. In the event that you ever get into a situation where you cannot even get to the BIOS (for...
  10. Thread: I need a keyboard recommendation. by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 16 Views 635

    Hmmm, never really had a problem with the cable...

    Hmmm, never really had a problem with the cable on the keyboard.

    With that said, many of the newer mechanical keyboards these days come with a USB-c style cable that you can simply replace if...
  11. Thread: Type Of Computer by pparks1
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 13 Views 640

    I'm not sure that you are using the right...

    I'm not sure that you are using the right terminology here . VPN's are usually used for either
    1). Trying to anonymize your outbound web traffic so you route yourself through a VPN somewhere else...
  12. Thread: Question about a New AMD Ryzen 5600 Build components by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 4 Views 362

    X570 is the latest, in the high end AMD chipsets...

    X570 is the latest, in the high end AMD chipsets at the moment.

    For that build, a 650W power supply will be plenty sufficient. Even with a 3070 video card you would still be okay. It's...
  13. Thread: Latest AMD Chipset Drivers Released by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 285 Views 350,938

    I haven't updated my X570 chipset in awhile and...

    I haven't updated my X570 chipset in awhile and was doing some PC maintenance, so I downloaded the 3.10.08.506 chipset drivers. I'm using a Rog Strix X750E-Gaming and a Ryzen 9-5900x CPU.

    It's...
  14. Replies 19 Views 861

    I've run into this when the hidden system...

    I've run into this when the hidden system partitions have a significant amount of space consumed. I've experienced this in the past, and somehow (I cannot remember how), I got space freed up on...
  15. Thread: Special Windows 10 offer. by pparks1
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 23 Views 1,393

    These sites and deals really boil down to 2...

    These sites and deals really boil down to 2 things.

    #1). are you comfortable with giving them your credit card information? If not, are you willing to get a prepaid visa gift card or something...
  16. Replies 20 Views 2,377

    For the Hyper-V option, the zip file contains the...

    For the Hyper-V option, the zip file contains the following folders
    352692
    Inside of VirtualHardDisks you will find the .vhd file that Hyper-V uses
    352693

    To use this, you can right click on...
  17. Thread: AMD Ryzen power plans missing by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 2 Views 271

    I don't have them either on my Ryzen 9 5900x,...

    I don't have them either on my Ryzen 9 5900x, running Windows 10 20H2. I have the AMD chipset drivers installed. I'm pretty sure they aren't on my wifes' Ryzen 5 3600x, running Windows 10 21H2.,
  18. Replies 16 Views 1,694

    file and folder backups Incremental backups...

    file and folder backups
    Incremental backups
    Redeploy to dissimilar hardware
    Encryption.

    More than anything, I bought Macrium to just help support a company that has made a free application that...
  19. Replies 16 Views 1,694

    Yeah, it's half price folks . Both the single...

    Yeah, it's half price folks . Both the single license and the 4 PC pack. That's a great deal on a great piece of software.
  20. Thread: USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A Module by pparks1
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 9 Views 669

    Its hard to not get confused as the versions kept...

    Its hard to not get confused as the versions kept getting shifted around. This was from a post I made awhile back trying to sum up the changes.


    Yeah, they really confused everybody with the...
  21. Thread: The SSD Joke - Hell Corner by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 618

    this video is a nice overview of the technologies...

    this video is a nice overview of the technologies
    QLC vs TLC | Explained - YouTube
  22. Thread: The SSD Joke - Hell Corner by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 618

    Everybody has a budget, or at least should have a...

    Everybody has a budget, or at least should have a budget that they must adhere to. Not everybody can afford to buy the higher end drives, and not everybody needs to buy the higher end drives. For...
  23. Thread: The SSD Joke - Hell Corner by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 618

    My first 80GB MLC SSD was somewhere between $300...

    My first 80GB MLC SSD was somewhere between $300 and $400. While it does technically still work, i quit using it some time back as 80GB wasn't big enough really to store anything. You wouldn't...
  24. Thread: The SSD Joke - Hell Corner by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 618

    But yet here I sit, after more than a decade of...

    But yet here I sit, after more than a decade of using SSD's with both Windows/Linux/MacOS and i've yet to have an SSD fail on me.
  25. Thread: The SSD Joke - Hell Corner by pparks1
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 618

    It's not the manufacturer imposing a limit on the...

    It's not the manufacturer imposing a limit on the # of P/E cycles, but rather the ability of the MLC/TLC/QLC to store the data properly. As we move from MLC (2 level), TLC (triple level), QLC (quad...
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