For the amount I watch, it's "good enough"
Stacker ftw.. I still have a t01 in storage, built like a tank.
Yeah I know the feeling.. I sold off my big file rig (peaked 18x1TB) late 09 and missed it since.. Netflix holds it good enough though.
Wait wait.. Wildstyle and John both posting within hours? This couldn't be..
/ontopic - Nice storage box John
Haven't posted here either in a while...
Thought I would jump on the upgrade bandwagon..
And since I...
After my 5870 croaked, felt it was time to revive buying some new hardware for my desktop.
Two 6950's to compliment..
There isn't anything you can do...
Bandwidth limiting like that is in place for good reasons.
And yes, the school can enforce anything they...
Mike, I wonder how many water blocks you have gone through over the years...
It is more likely that other components in your pc would fail first before the network card is affected. There isn't much power draw from them.
+1 for Cedar Point as I used to live in cleveland..
Nothing can really compare.
I find that this works quite well in cleaning out server cabinets. It can suck and blow!
Comcast will only do something if you are in the top 1% of your node. If you only just went over the cap then you are probably not anywhere near...
The easy answer, no.. you cannot.
You would need to get a load balancing router (not entirely cheap) in order to do this.
On a side note,...
Out of previously using that netgear, it couldn't do much more than a few megabit of throughput.
Replacing the router with something faster...
I cleaned it after those pic's, although cleaning inside all the holes is far too time consuming for me to do it.
After finalizing my case, thought I would share it...
And of course, my (clean for now) desk..
What are you doing when this happens?
How fast is your connection speed? (a wrt54g isn't very fast)
A new modem won't mean anything if your...
Turn off "Password protected sharing" in advanced sharing settings in the Network and Sharing Center.
Or, make a username to access the shares...
One 300gb raptor for system. One 2TB for storage.
Do not raid 0 on volumes bigger than 1TB or you will have -way- too much data on the thin ice.
At this rate in 10-20 years we won't have anything left to eat or drink... Because it will all be linked to cause one terminal disease or another.
Two things for me.
Crying babies (which is why I will never have kids).
Hysterical people that can't get a grip.