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zweeflol

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  1. Just a few days old and already 791GB used ... https://i.imgur.com/qJeqSEL.png ^_^

    1. sfaxt

      sfaxt

      those blue 4tb ezrz it'd be a good idea to wdidle /s300 if you havent  done it already. it fixes the excessive headparks---

       esp. if load unload cycles are increasing fast. i had 500 cycles in 2-3 days with same disk. but ymmv.

      if you re interested,there are plenty of how to's . the important part is to have only the one disk plugged at a time while doing it.

    2. zweeflol

      zweeflol

      I highly recommend NOT hacking HDDs with crucial data on it! or in general.

      this can damage a hard drive, it is not designed for. WD BLUEs are designed for a lot of "sleep" for power saving

      Buy REDs (for 24/7 operations only) or BLACKs for performance

    3. sfaxt

      sfaxt

      its not a hack, its an official wd application and a proven one many years now. though 6tb blues dont support it anymore.  its usually safe for the data as well.

       and a new disk one shouldn't yet have crucial data to lose. you do't actually know yet if its good, unless you've stress tested it before using,

      so you shouldn't put too much trust in a new disk, before its proven with a good bunch of writes.

      as for wdidle, basically those blues park heads every 8 secs. and that may or may not be a problem depending on your configuration. depends on usage however.

      eg if i had 200 load unload cycles per day->60k annually would be too much for me.   its just useless stress for the disk,

      basically /s300 makes a blue, a red without tler.

  2. MakeMKV is what I use for DVD/BD remux
  3. Ik ga er van uit dat je je desktop wil opnemen, ik ga wel deze conversatie in het Engels verder doen zodat andere personen mee kunnen volgen. Like I said "example 'Dropbox.exe', but there can be several." vdeck.exe is something om my system (audio driver). In active 3D processes can be anything (https://i.imgur.com/qf0D38U.png) but everything in here must be added "Rivatuner Statistics Server" IF you want to record your desktop edit 1: I had to add all the following programs in order to record my desktop https://i.imgur.com/R9cZxta.png
  4. Yep, I'm from Belgium .... the Dutch side of Belgium
  5. Be sure to download the latest MSI afterburner here (I'm using v4.3.0) and RTSS Rivatuner Statistics Server here (I'm using v6.6.0) (RTSS Rivatuner Statistics Server is part of MSI afterburner and you need it) when done reboot. The skin I'm using is https://i.imgur.com/C7D2Elc.png In a Directx or openGL application or desktop ? if desktop then: 1) Go to MSI Afterburner, click on the info-icon and see what 'Active 3D processes' are running. example 'Dropbox.exe', but there can be several. https://i.imgur.com/qf0D38U.png 2) Go to Rivatuner Statistics Server. When you open it you see this big plus at the bottom left corner. (https://i.imgur.com/QRwSJy9.png) Add the programs listed by step 1 to the list and set their 'Application detection level' to None. (https://i.imgur.com/EXfoNaU.png) 3) Close MSI Afterburner and Rivatuner and start again. When you now go to the info-icon of MSI Afterburner you will see that the 'Active 3D processes' programs are 'gone' (as in they will not limit you, but still run). (https://i.imgur.com/wBJaGwf.png) 4) You can easily record your desktop
  6. I personally use MSI afterburner build-in video recorder with the NVIDIA H264 It can capture Directx, openGL, desktop. https://i.imgur.com/fgefN6K.png
  7. euh Seagate HDDs I tend to stay away from them, because I have a really bad experience with them. I always by Western Digital, as for capacity the 4TB has the lowest euro-to-GB/cost per GB (€0,0325/GB).
  8. ya ... I want all of them, please nice setup you got there.
  9. Only 6TB ?! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  10. (<- 100TB worth of BDMV's) If you want something portable use the "Swift Case Pro USB 3.0" with a 4-6TB HDD or build a NAS
  11. I think I have a data hoarding problem O.o

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    2. NeutralHatred

      NeutralHatred

      Interesting custom build there. 12 bays = 6 SATA on the PCIe card and 6 on the board?

    3. zweeflol

      zweeflol

      kind of, 4 of them from the motherboard SATA and the PCIe card are "DIGITUS SATA III PCI Express card, 4-port".

      The wood is MDF 8mm.

      Q: but why that PCIe card?

      A: I needed something cheap and with the question "I need extra SATA ports without a RAID or JBOD"

      Q: What OS?

      A: Windows 7 Professional

    4. EljayFlintok

      EljayFlintok

      Nice custom build. I like how you improvised.

  12. I hate torrents and the main reason is private trackers and hit and runners. I'm not too fond of XDCC probably because I entered the wrong command on the [exiled destiny] XDCC and may or may not be banned. DDL hosts all the way, but after the fall of Megaupload, FileServe, ect and spending each year about +€250 - €350 on premium accounts has taken the best of me.
  13. lol, I was about to make a similar thing.
  14. alright, thanks for the information.
  15. I've noticed when you put a positive delay in MKV Tool Nix you can see this, but when entering a negative delay this "doesn't" happen: so I took a video from FFF release (as an example) which had no delay, and applied the following this is an example of a positive delay from 1000 milliseconds this is an example of a negative delay from 1000 milliseconds this is an example of a positive delay from 1000 milliseconds (added +1000 milliseconds from the negative 1000 milliseconds file) because of this I have trouble re-muxing certain releases why is this?