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Forum: Installation & Setup 22 Sep 2011
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x86 is x86-64, the difference is just the 64 bit...

x86 is x86-64, the difference is just the 64 bit extension. As for backward compatibility, it was Intel's decision not to throw away CISC x86 legacy architecture. The first move was from 8080 to 8086...
Forum: General Discussion 22 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
That's when the ZFS's block checksum comes to the...

That's when the ZFS's block checksum comes to the rescue, but then again, those data always rsynced to another SAN (in production scenarios). So it's VERY safe...

zzz2496

Edit: There are many...
Forum: General Discussion 22 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
That system I have running on my little lab over...

That system I have running on my little lab over here... I have a small "Cloud" on my lab, running NexentaStor with deduplication running on the volume. It works by deduplication at block level, so...
Forum: Installation & Setup 22 Sep 2011
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
A little correction, a 32 bit processor process a...

A little correction, a 32 bit processor process a 32bit "word", meaning when you define number ONE in 32bit word it will look like this:

00000000 00000000 00000000 00000001

In 64 bit, number...
Forum: Installation & Setup 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
bingo !!!! :d

bingo !!!! :d
Forum: General Discussion 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
The problem is that Windows 7 can't even remember...

The problem is that Windows 7 can't even remember where I told it to install to install programs (to be fair I have Indexing turned off).
Every month I have to manually search for a program, because...
Forum: General Discussion 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
Hi logicearth, nice to read your posts again :) I...

Hi logicearth, nice to read your posts again :) I haven't been active in the forums lately :)

In the nitty gritty detail, yes, RAID functionality is what I'm aiming for, but without RAID's...
Forum: General Discussion 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
The "3 years ago" me, will care where I store my...

The "3 years ago" me, will care where I store my data. The "right now" me, no... Not really. With the advent of advanced filesystems like ZFS, ext4, and many volume managers, I don't care where my...
Forum: General Discussion 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 45
Views: 7,584
Posted By zzz2496
I think, for now, "pool" data store is the most...

I think, for now, "pool" data store is the most sensible way of managing storage space. This is year 2011, we should not care where we put something, how much free space does a particular storage...
Forum: Installation & Setup 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
A little correction, a 32 bit processor process a...

A little correction, a 32 bit processor process a 32bit "word", meaning when you define number ONE in 32bit word it will look like this:

00000000 00000000 00000000 00000001

In 64 bit, number...
Forum: Installation & Setup 21 Sep 2011
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
<sarcasm> What is x32? </sarcasm> ...

<sarcasm>
What is x32?
</sarcasm>

Quick Info:

There is no "x32" term to define "32 bit"-ness. The CORRECT term is x86, x64 comes for x86-64 in "shortened version". The basic instruction...
Forum: Network & Sharing 09 Sep 2011
Replies: 7
Views: 8,113
Posted By zzz2496
@Fierywraith1 Good for you then :) I...

@Fierywraith1

Good for you then :)

I personally removes the gateway instead changing metrics... But that's just me :)

zzz2496
Forum: Network & Sharing 13 Jun 2011
Replies: 7
Views: 3,933
Posted By zzz2496
QoS in your D-Link router only regulates traffic...

QoS in your D-Link router only regulates traffic within your own LAN. The QoS tag will not be sent to your ISP. It will affect only to you and those who are connected to your router.

Sample case:...
Forum: Network & Sharing 12 Jun 2011
Replies: 7
Views: 3,933
Posted By zzz2496
Why do you want to use QoS? I'm thinking that you...

Why do you want to use QoS? I'm thinking that you think QoS is one thing, but reality it's something else...
Forum: Installation & Setup 30 Nov 2010
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
My games runs normally most of the time. I had...

My games runs normally most of the time. I had several games refuse to start, but those games are like 7-9 years old...

zzz2496
Forum: Graphic Cards 22 Nov 2010
Replies: 13
Views: 4,581
Posted By zzz2496
The Acer doesn't seem to support 1920x1080....

The Acer doesn't seem to support 1920x1080. Monitors and display cards these days can talk to each other and auto negotiate max res, thus your inability to set higher resolution.

zzz2496
Forum: Customization 21 Nov 2010
Replies: 4
Views: 3,415
Posted By zzz2496
manwithcake, no - the "toolbar" is lost forever...

manwithcake, no - the "toolbar" is lost forever in Windows 7. It's a sad fact...

zzz2496
Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking 17 Nov 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 2,243
Posted By zzz2496
Energy consumption. To cool some 300++ watts you...

Energy consumption. To cool some 300++ watts you don't need another 300++ watts... If you can have it for less (or even no energy at all, passive cooling), why not?

zzz2496
Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking 17 Nov 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 2,243
Posted By zzz2496
I used to connect my water cooling system to my...

I used to connect my water cooling system to my house's water reservoir, thus the 250 liters... :D

zzz2496
Forum: Network & Sharing 17 Nov 2010
Replies: 10
Views: 1,357
Posted By zzz2496
Try accessing the share directly, as in...

Try accessing the share directly, as in \\computer_name_or_ip_address\share_name. Some times the service responsible for listing shares isn't doing what it supposed to do.

zzz2496
Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking 17 Nov 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 2,243
Posted By zzz2496
You can use a large reservoir/tank and not use...

You can use a large reservoir/tank and not use radiator at all. I've had a setup back then that consist of 2 pumps (one for CPU, the other for GPU) and a large clay water tank, around 250 liters of...
Forum: Installation & Setup 16 Nov 2010
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
Very well put. For example, the nForce 4 chipset...

Very well put. For example, the nForce 4 chipset has a limit of 4GB, so although it can run a 64 bit OS, there is no memory advantage...when one fits the max memory to hardware, one cannot see/use...
Forum: Chillout Room 14 Nov 2010
Replies: 21
Views: 1,972
Posted By zzz2496
4 monitors over here, 2x 24" + 2x 15" ...

4 monitors over here, 2x 24" + 2x 15"

zzz2496
Forum: Installation & Setup 08 Nov 2010
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
The x32 came from 32bit...? I am more...

The x32 came from 32bit...?

I am more confused about where x86 came from.

However, will do.

~Lordbob[/QUOTE]

If we are to derive how x64 to be, then I've explained earlier. x64 is a...
Forum: Installation & Setup 08 Nov 2010
Replies: 422
Views: 209,706
Posted By zzz2496
Where does this "x32" comes from ??? Lordbob, can...

Where does this "x32" comes from ??? Lordbob, can we stop using "x32"? There is no "x32" term. x64 term comes from a shorthand form of x86_64 (meaning x86 instructions with AMD's 64 bit extensions)....
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