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Classifieds / Re: [BUYING] 7th or 6th gen motherboard
« on: March 10, 2021, 10:20:25 pm »
I have a z170 gaming 3 - gigabyte

Classifieds / Re: [Selling] Western Digital 4TB Green Drives
« on: March 06, 2021, 10:49:17 pm »
interested. Pls put a SMART report if possible

Classifieds / Re: Need assistance
« on: March 06, 2021, 10:47:39 pm »
I have a huawei HG8245G5 got from SLT and same scenario.

They dont give you the root login. seems worried that we will mess up their fibre settings. since landphone also works via fibre voip, they have blocked access. Even firewall is blocked.

I requested support and best they can give was that they will set the router to bridge mode so the PON acts as a gateway only. I have to set up my own router for my requirement. I was up to that - as I had an ASUS Archer with me; but doing that I will lose access to voice line so had to give up  :\

so i was forced to use the locked 🔒  shitty 2.4ghz wireless router from them  (N)

Classifieds / Re: [Selling] 4 x Seagate Barracuda Desktop SATA Hard Drive
« on: February 08, 2021, 09:28:46 pm »
since brand new 2TB goes around 12,500/= any idea lowering the price? openbox so not much of a help being brand new. post some SMART data which would be supportive for your sale.
very interested in buying but price can be a bit lower tbh

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Gigabyte RTX 3060ti
« on: January 21, 2021, 07:32:01 pm »
Gigabyte Gaming OC 3060ti is 135k at Redline. I just checked their website. MSI Trio 3060ti is worth it though at 118k. But then again most cards are out of stock and any discount is a good discount at this point since this is an almost brand new card.
Try going there. theres a 5k discount

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Gigabyte RTX 3060ti
« on: January 21, 2021, 01:34:53 pm »
Gigabyte Gaming OC 3060ti brand-new is just 128k at Nanotek (at the time of typing this comment at least). Just saying. Not trying to spoil the deal.

Its 130k at redline.
the aurous master is 140k

Classifieds / Re: (SELLING) I5 8600K
« on: January 18, 2021, 11:21:59 pm »
Lets go for 28k. Will buy tomorrow

Classifieds / Re: (SELLING) I5 8600K
« on: January 18, 2021, 02:39:06 am »
Yes. Looking for the processor only?

both. PM'd u a price. see whether it fits :>:

Classifieds / Re: (SELLING) I5 8600K
« on: January 17, 2021, 03:20:44 pm »
still available?

Classifieds / Re: (SELLING) I5 8600K
« on: January 09, 2021, 06:39:45 pm »
any asking price?

Classifieds / Re: Brand new WD 1tb and 2tb Hard disk
« on: January 06, 2021, 09:48:25 pm »
Hope Mads won't go mad for talking about this here :D
7200rpm - Muffdaddy gave a good explanation.
Because drive seeks and sustained read/write speeds are noticeably higher than on eco 5400rpm drives. They were branded "WD Green" a while back. Coupled with striping and mirroring (like RAID10), performance is further improved (multiplied) and any overhead from the process of writing stripes can be minimized.
Even for standalone drives, drives of the same family with same areal density running at 5400 usually max out at around 120MB/s while 7200 does around 160MB/s in real life sequential access. Manufacturers rate them higher, around 150 and 200 respectively, up to 260 for the highest capacity drives.
CMR - Because conventional recording is proven, faster and works well with arrays. Shingled recording falls flat on the face, which is why it become a massive controversy, lawsuits and what not. Great for cheap backup storage.

If we compare an old 7200 250GB per platter drive vs a 5400 1TB per platter drive, the latter would be faster, yes, but we're talking about new drives after all and many have transitioned to higher density platters.

Specifically left Seagate out because of their horrible 1TB/platter drive family which I myself and many others have had terrible experience with. The company faced multiple lawsuits against them for that (ST2000/3000DM001) in US. We were stuck with the short end of the stick and lost data, including an entire (worthless at the time) bitcoin wallet.
I would love to get Exos drives though, if not for their massive price.

I had to bring a zoom lens to read it! well explained. Thank you!
one more q - 1TB 7200RPM and 2TB 5400RPM and 4TB 5400 RPM - how would be the read/ write speeds?

Classifieds / Re: Brand new WD 1tb and 2tb Hard disk
« on: January 04, 2021, 11:21:36 pm »

Good luck with the sale! Please let me know if you get any 2TB+ 7200rpm CMR retail Enterprise drives, Toshiba P300/DT01/MD04, WD Gold or Black below market price.
why 7200? when higher the size the density of the disc is high so can have the same access time with lower RPMs?

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Classifieds / Re: MSI Optix 27CQR curved 144hz 2k VA(Selling)
« on: December 07, 2020, 07:34:01 pm »
out of scope:
what is your upgrade jus for info only  :)

Hardware / Peripherals / Re: DOUBT ON Asus TUF Gaming VG279QM
« on: November 25, 2020, 10:09:14 pm »
What makes you think curved is better? Would you really struggle to keep focus on a screen that's barely 15 inches across? A curved screen is only useful if you're working with a large 30+ inch ultrawide. Anything smaller and it's just a gimmick.
THANK YOU! i really wanted to feel that but also felt its bit boasted and images may skew if you didnt sit on right spot. thanks for the comments! appreciate (Y)

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