I'm about to upgrade my computer and I'm trying to figure out the best way to go.
I currently have 2 machines, one for Plex and one for gaming. I usually have 2-4 Plex streams going at the same time and I'm currently running an i7 2600. Would I notice a dip in gaming if I assigned specific...
Money isn't really much of a concern. I spent about 5k building my current rig about 5 years ago(I think). I don't mind spending money when it is something that will serve it's purpose for a long time and I know it will be reliable.
Plex needs some love since I have the bandwidth to do a bunch...
I currently have 2 builds:
4930k for gaming/work: Photoshop, web development and FPS gaming
i7 2600 for Plex(anywhere from 2-12 streams running mostly direct stream) - I need more CPU
I've almost decided on the Threadripper 2950x, is there anything else I should consider?
I'm doing both HD and 4k. I decided on RAID 10 because of its speed benefits and I already have a BBU so no worries there.
The board is a Sabertooth P67 socket 1155.
I had SATA ports die on a motherboard a long time ago so I figured a RAID card would be the way to go but the built in one looks...
I'm building a Plex server with an old rig I had in the closet.
i7(don't remember what but doesn't matter)
240gb SSD for OS
4x 8TB 256MB cache red drives for media storage
So what I decided on was running these drives in RAID for the speed benefits and the redundancy. I...
This card isn't meant to be a high end option yet it delivers somewhat high end results with a mid range price point. I've owned nVidia cards for years now but you guys are being biased and uninformed about the results from this card. Also, overclocking performance could be revealed in later...