Go old school, shock mounts don't really reduce drive noise that much once you screw everything together and the weight of the drives dampen it...
Golds are retail drives so yes they have 3.3v connections.
Got the voucher here too :(
It's sold by Amazon US via AU (GST evasion lol), it's still the US store, a US product, and US Amazon warranty (which is stated as 30 days)....
30 day Amazon warranty, WD don't do international. People shuck because you basically don't have a warranty outside of DOA to begin with.
depin the 3.3v line on the PSU end of a modular cable. If not modular, just cut a 1cm chunk out of the lead and tape it up.
I honestly don't feel like going larger than 8TB with UNRAID due to how long parity takes to check. But I'm going dual parity with 2 of the 8TB...
Just bought 4 8TB drives.
Then just ordered 2 of these, hah. There goes my savings.
Found some LaCie externals for about the same price but local, might go that route if taking apart those enclosures aren't too hard.
Any current deals? My NAS is running out of space and my offer of $400 for 4x 4TB drives in the For Sale section was rejected :P
eh, you won't find this on consumer drives, unless you break it out of an external enclosure.
Have you tested your overclock at the hardest state, P state changes? A CPU can be totally stable at P0 but crash like crazy or not boot between...
One factor you haven't mentioned, ambient temperature.
No, that's what happens on Z390 anyway. You would need to make sure your BIOS has an option to bifurcate the PCIE slot.
Are you running the AMD RAID drivers (not MS)?
If Seasonic hasn't upped their game when it comes to fan control since the Prime Ultra series, then the Corsair RM for sure. Because Seasonic fan...
CM don't need to supply additional software because there is nothing additional to control. The pump RPM is read through whatever header you...
but a much bigger powerplay mat is required for low sensitivity gamers.