Here For Good!
- Oct 6, 2007
- 5,502 (1.22/day)
- Nelson B.C. Canada
|Motherboard||Asus P9X79 Pro|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D14/7case fans|
|Memory||32gb Gskill 1866 Cas9|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA FTW GTX 980 Ti ACX 2.0+|
|Storage||Toshiba 3TB, x300 Toshiba 5TB, 2x EVO 850 250GB, 2x EVO 860 500GB, LG 14x Blu-Ray Rewriter|
|Display(s)||24" LG 24GL600F 144HZ, 23" Asus VZ239H IPS|
|Audio Device(s)||Asus Xonar MKII+ AKG Q701 Studio Monitors|
|Power Supply||XFX XTR 750 Gold|
|Mouse||Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum|
|Keyboard||Ducky One 2 RGB|
|Benchmark Scores||It's linux baby!|
I just discovered plex media server... finally! This thing is incredible, I can make my entire library available to my whole network easily. Also run a client app to check it out in a vm and make metadata changes from there. My client is 6 threads for speed... I've seen plex bounce around at least 4 -6 threads while scanning ect. My library is huge, so I need to give it cpu resourses. The rest I use for hunting on the net for additional art and info for each album. That's just to add some music to a computer. I could do so much more with 32-64 threads. I stopped caring about gaming a long time ago. Computers can do so much more! Plex Media server is linux native and is available in the ubuntu repositories. Android and windows can access. Now another server or 2 and I should be able to max out my cpu!