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I guess it's just the cheaper models where they don't care when. That's still pathetic all things considered.
My Q80T did over 80mbps wired, so it sounds like the cheaper models get shafted indeed. Could perhaps be something with the SoC, it might not be fast enough to handle fast data transfers?

the pic is a bit deceiving. it is about as air tight as a screen door. those glass panels mount about 3/4 of an inch off the surface of the case.
air flow is not a problem , but i would argue that due to the air coming in around the edges like that, it will leave the glass coated heavily with dust on all perimeters. atleast one might think
i really like the hinge design for the left & right panels, like a door hinge panel.
this pic demonstrates much better.

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Well, that's better than fully closed off, but it's still going to be highly restrictive. I wouldn't put hot-running hardware in there even with those gaps.
 
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My Q80T did over 80mbps wired, so it sounds like the cheaper models get shafted indeed. Could perhaps be something with the SoC, it might not be fast enough to handle fast data transfers?
Nah, not SoC related, 100Mbps can be done on just about any old single core Corex-A7 or A5 even. Gigabit is a different matter, then you might need a bit more oomph, but not a lot.
From experience, I know it requires software tuning on almost all SoCs and this is really pathetic by the TV manufacturers.
In your case, you've spent north of $1,000 on your TV and it can't even do 100Mbps line speed, I mean o_O
Most of these TV's should have a quad core Cortex-A53 or better SoC in them and adding something like Gigabit Ethernet would add all of $1 to the BOM cost, maybe even less for someone like Samsung. Doing proper driver tuning can't be that hard, I mean, it can be done in Linux and all these TV OSes are derived from Linux in some way.
Even a bog standards chip from someone like AllWinner on a Chinese Pi board can do Gigabit at 900Mbps+ over Ethernet with a tiny bit of tuning, so why can't a $1,000+ TV?
This really irks me...

And we're WAY off topic...

Edit: Well, I guess the built in Ethernet is faster than in the Netflix app, but still a huge disappointment. Oddly enough, the upload speed is just fine...

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Looks may be good but there can't be much airflow with that glass panel at the front.
According to Tom's Hardware, even they were surprised at the case's cooling efficiency.
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According to Tom's Hardware, even they were surprised at the case's cooling efficiency.
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That's a review from 2017 though - case designs have (thankfully!) evolved a lot since then. It's a little cooler than the Phanteks Evolv ATX TG, a case that's widely known to have absolutely terrible airflow, so it mostly seems that the comparisons here all skew towards closed-off, no-airflow designs. Unfortunately Tom's seems to have completely changed their test setup since then, so it's difficult to know how it stacks up compared to newer competitors.

Also ... some of those thermals on the other cases are downright scary. 91 and 94 degrees C over ambient? With a relatively average 20°C ambient, that's 111 and 114 degrees! That's well above TjMax for any CPU, solidly into "CPU goes bye-bye" territory. Even 71°C over ambient would worry me - on a warm day that's pretty close to 100°C. GPU thermals look good, but then they're testing with a stock-clocked GTX 970 at full fan speed according to the article, so that's not much of a benchmark.
 
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This might be a silly question, but why do you need 2TB of storage in your phone?

Most of the time I am far away from desktop or laptop outside. My phone is my main device and it would quickly fill up over time from downloading picture and videos. This also does not account for the rather bloated nature of Android that also got bigger with each security updates. I also got messanging app like whatapps, telegram and etc that quickly grow and eat space on my phone. Other apps hidden apps also which I don't know that is growing in space in the background. My current phone I have move almost everything of the photos and video I took into the sdcard yet the space is low. I can only clear this with a hard reset but I don't wanna lose my data.

So having a 1tb phone I hope for this to last longer and don't have to deal with frustration of space down the road one year time. The sdcard I seem to be only to be able to link the camera app only. I guess that is why android manufacturer is dropping sd support. I would start to collect mp3 and flac track inside the card now after spotify eliminated 90% of the music I hear due to distribution conflict in countries.
 
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I won the board, CPU, original RAM, and a water AIO from a crunch-o-thon here at TPU years ago. All good at the time, but the AIO has now seen retirement and I've just received a new air cooler for it, a Vetroo V5. So quiet, but of course I'm only in the BIOS, no load yet.

Also decided to buy a new 1TB MX500 for it instead of JBODing a couple oldies (128GB + 256GB). It'll be here in a few days.

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Looks like the RAM kit I got in December. Got it for my Asus P6T6 WS Revolution, which currently has a Core i7 Extreme 965. I do have a 960, which possibly is a later revision. I was able to install and update Windows 7 SP1 without a hardware error. I think I can't use the black slots. Last time I did, Windows 7 SP1 BSOD'ed for a RAM-related hardware error.

Nice, I remember that board ogling that board back in the day. Perhaps take a magnifying glass to the black slots and check the pins?
 
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Holy he'll. That's a sweet little machine.
Best deal ever... I think... Maybe

Now time to make a cardboard mining rig. I'm going to ritch.
would it have killed the builder to add a few shoe strings as power cables?? :laugh:
 
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would it have killed the builder to add a few shoe strings as power cables?? :laugh:

I thought it was supposed to be one of them new fangled wireless jobbies
 
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some tech to make up for all the talk


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i was really surprised with the how nice this Phanteks PSU was. i knew it would be good, otherwise they wouldnt wrap a 10 yr warranty around it, but i also knew because theyre new in the PSU game, & companies always learn where to cut corners after a while in the business. my first aio was also corsairs first of that model, & it lasted for almost 10 years before i retired it.

Phanteks branding team needs to smarten up though & remove that stupid white label on the top right corner ,with the word 'certified' , anyone who knows branding, knows you dont use words liek that, in this context, with a white badge label. it gives the impression of refurbished to consumers, whether unconscious or not.


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got new 2x 120mm fans installed at the top of my case for better cpu cooling as temps seems bit high ever since the case upgrade (maybe due to lack of fans), he got them for really good price, it can't be any better, 3 new local branded fans with 1 month warranty for only ₹600 (8.2$) from Nehru Place, the one for his skylake-x build he got from where he work

for some weird reason the fan on right has somewhat lower airflow, atleast that's what we both discovered we put our hands at the top of the case even without dust filter, today i realized both fans have decent airflow and run at fairly similar speed

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That must have cost a pretty penny.
It was a result of some recent success and I wanted to reward myself. It is actually the cheapest 8 tb NAND based storage you can buy retail (In Canada). It is not something that I would naturally have bought as it is difficult for me to think of spending $1000 (+tax!) on any 1 part. I copied all the data from a 4TB array that was about 35% full and I still have 6.7 TB of SSD to enjoy. The kicker is that I really would like to open (not going to happen) the enclosure to see what 8TB of NAND looks like on a 2.5 form factor PCB.
 
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would it have killed the builder to add a few shoe strings as power cables?? :laugh:
Apparently it would kill the builder, cause he Dit not ad any.
 
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Windows xp? How did you pulled this out?

Gosh yes that was awhile back haha and I do have 2 Machines here that still run XP,, old Socket A machine and a 939 which I havent turned on in along time but most likely was been used for some retro stuff on TPU at the time of posting that thread. :)
 
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Display(s) Samsung 7.2 inches (18.3 cm) / 1280 x 720 pixels @ 23-60 Hz
Case Mymax Full Tower Horus black
Audio Device(s) -
Power Supply Cougar Gx 800W 80Plus Gold
Mouse -
Keyboard -
Software Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Enterprise LTSB 64-bit
Benchmark Scores https://valid.x86.fr/lik859 https://gpuscore.top/furmark/show.php?id=328097
You're aware that post is from 2016, right? :D
Lol, it was too late, my eyes were already deceiving me ahahahahahahao_O

Gosh yes that was awhile back haha and I do have 2 Machines here that still run XP,, old Socket A machine and a 939 which I havent turned on in along time but most likely was been used for some retro stuff on TPU at the time of posting that thread. :)
That's nice, I still have one notebook that runs xp but really was into building something specifically for it
 
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