I built a personal NAS solution back in November of 2015 and it is a “budget solution” mostly based on hardware I already had lying around here at home. It consists of the following hardware: CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz Motherboard: ASUS P8B75-MLE Memory: 8GB Kingston HyperX Disks: 1 WD Red 2TB for
[divider]Video Description[/divider] Combobulated is the keyword (is that even a word?) At any rate, this is a system I pulled together from bits and pieces and a CPU which was sent to me from Hong Kong. The CPU is a E8400, socket 775. Motherboard? Asus Maximus Extreme, see: http://k0nsl.org/bag/hardware/Asus_Maximus_Extreme/ Cooling? It’s passively cooled by a
This is only a temporary fix for the dreaded “AMD Mouse Corruption”-issue, not a final solution by any means. If all the other solutions has failed, such as re-flashing your card with another BIOS, or whatever else you may have tried, then perhaps this will be of benefit for you. It’s just a simple solution
I am almost 100% decided on the next upgrade for the box, which will be used mainly for gaming and a bit of development work, decided to keep the current case instead of spending extra bucks on some fancy pantsy solution, for no real purpose. The case which I currently got is sufficient for what
I’ve been benching for about a week up until now and slowly and steadily I’ve climbed the ranks of the SiSoftware Official Live Ranker. I got so far that they awarded me with the Silver Cup. Please keep in mind that I’ve done this using only air cooling with the dinky Intel Core i7 stock cooler
I’m going to order this board for one of my personal projects, it’s a mid-range board with nearly all the features of a fully-fledged motherboard except not so glamorous and most of all – not nearly as expensive. This one costs roughly 140 USD where I reside. Not bad at all!
Elric, of Motherboards.org, talks about SSD performance, prices and that prices of such appliances are dropping quite much. [youtube_sc url=http://youtu.be/pi7TzU8pgto?hd=1 rel=0 fs=1 autohide=1 modestbranding=1] I am myself using a OCZ SSD for my OS. It sped up things considerably and I had no negative experiences at all with this drive. I recommend getting SSD; mechanical