Because managing data has become a capstone for the company, we have also begun setting up permissions and user accounts for GN's testers and media producers. This helps isolate read/write permissions so that no one accidentally interferes with another person's work; of course, permissions are also a benefit to security.
Anyway, we'll be back soon with benchmarks on the NAS performance over the network versus our local RAID5 disks. Speed has improved considerably, and we are now bumping against gigabit limitations. That'll be the next obstacle, it looks like.
Here's the episode:
3:09 spork8655: Hey Steve!
I understand there's no way of knowing this for sure, but how long do you estimate Sandy Bridge CPUs like the 3960x / 3930k / 2700k / 2600k will be relevant in high-end gaming PCs? I have a 3930k CPU paired with a gtx1080 and it runs almost all games really well, but I keep wondering how long my CPU will keep up.
You have the best tech channel on youtube, and I will continue to recommend it to anybody interested.?
06:42 VeryRealAmericans: Hi Gamers Nexus! Love the channel!
Quick question, I am upgrading from my 2600k to a 6700k. This means I need to get a new MOBO. Am i good just plugging in my old SSD with all my stuff on it to my new motherboard and boot into the same OS or do i need to do a complete new install?
Thank you and looking forward to many more videos from you guys!?
09:42 Oberscht: Do you know what's an acceptable max temperature for VRMs??
11:34 BigMan7o0: i have a possibly dumb question. what is the highest temp (celcius) that you would want your cpu to run when under 100% load??
14:12 Tallmios: CPU cooler orientation: Is horizontal (parallel with GPU) worse for thermals than the usual vertical positioning? I have case fans both at the top and the back.?
Host: Steve "Lelldorianx" Burke
Video: Andre w"ColossalCake" Coleman