Right, when I was first researching Ryzen upon its release there was a lot of hoohaa about latency. Paid up for Team Dark w/Timing 14-14-14-31...
I grabbed a second hand 1080 last night. 56 isn't worth the $$ without being lucky to grab the introductory pricing. Also... that power draw .....
I work for a backup vendor... things are busy at the moment :sick:
It seems like the encryption part only targets c:\ - so many have had some...
Work at large backup software vendor, can confirm large shift to cloud storage as tape replacement over the last few years. Many customers storing...
pure evil :thumbup:
Nice. Fortunately I relocated to the US last year, so postage isn't a problem :thumbup:
Not too worried about noise, will run this from the work...
Question - how are you cooling the passive heat sinks?
Some great shots! Going to the Canadian GP as my first formula 1 - cant wait :)
Anyone know if the #4 is Ricciardo or kvyat?
Anyone thinking of heading over to the Canadian Grand Prix (June 12)?
Toying with the idea... Need to do some research on hotels, how far away...
Who is using AHV today?
Hows it going?
Anyone using RHEV or decided against RHEV for going straight up oVirt?
Not having much luck installing community edition.
Tried a physical box first which failed since my DELL Controller cant do JBOD to pass thru...
block level sync is probably going to be more efficient depending on the size of the dataset - one option: http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.aspx
or REFS w/ storage spaces if you want to keep things all redmond
get the cheapest option - ESX does not support Trim (last time I checked)
Odd. The SAN transport layer is generally abstract from the vendor software (i.e Veeam), as VDDK handles the storage at this level. In the past...
Especially the e1000e that liked to corrupt network packets.
How's vSphere 6.0 all going?
Any backup/recovery issues? (I have a vested interest in this area) :)