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About Kryspy

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  • Birthday 03/23/1970

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  1. Steamlink are cheap now and work flawlessly if you are using Steam. Kryspy
  2. Gently used. No longer needed as I have moved to the cloud. PRICES ARE Canadian Funds. Lian-li Q25B mini-itx case. $100 Silverstone SST-ST45SF 450 watt power supply. $75 ASUS H87I-PLUS motherboard. $75. Manual but no box Intel i7 4790 processor $200 all packaging and OEM FAN Kingston Fury 1333 MHz DDR3 (2 x 8GB kit) $100 (2) Western Digital 3TB Red Drives. $80 each SMART reports as disclosed. Shipping is extra. Located in Welland Ontario. pickup is welcome.
  3. Ijuarez, You mean as opposed to the huge amounts of data being streamed by corporate entities using their cloud services? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Okay so privacy concerns aside. Isn't setting up a Amazon based VM server a good option? No upgrade woes or hard drive failure to be concerned with? Anyone every cost it out? Kryspy Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Niagara !!!! Sweet jesus man we are neigbours Kryspy
  6. Funny thing is if I drag my server upstairs to my TV as opposed to relying on the Steam Link I get 3840x2160 without issue over HDMI. Kryspy
  7. Is there a way to force the desktop to 3840X2160? It doesn't want to allow a custom resolution on my ASUS GTX 750 Ti. Maximum is 2560X1440. Amyone know of a way? Kryspy
  8. I installed Steam on a Windows 10 VM. Save yourself the headache. SteamOS isn't good enough for prime time. Peformance is sub-par. Kryspy
  9. I ruin a Windows 10 VM with Steam. I stream to my Samsung 4K TV via Steam Link. Kids have Steam client on both of their laptops and I occasionally stream to a Linux Desktop. Works flawlessly. Kryspy
  10. I echo these sentiments. "unRAID is the cats ass of NAS" !!! Kryspy
  11. Set remote quality under the web tab. Kryspy
  12. So I took another stab at this. Not sure what worked but I got it going. I believe my success may have been from my Windows 10 VM user login also being a user on unRAID. Same user name and same password. When I mapped the network drive I chose to using different credentials and logged in using that user/pass. After that it worked as advertised. Kryspy
  13. Using a i7 4790 (non K). I'll keep you updated. Krispy
  14. Related to transcoding and uploading outside my network to friends and family. Plex is in a docker. I have an upload speed of 10 Mbps and each individual is capped at 3 Mbps although typically there is never more than one on at a time. So I have left unRAID cores 0,1 Plex 2,3 and my Windows 10 VM cores 4-7. Will see how this works out. I should add that I am playing a local installed game without multiplayer at the time. Only one PCIe slot which my graphic card occupies. Hard drives are onboard SATA only. I'll just see how this works out with this configuration and see what happens. I think I had cores 0-3 assigned to my VM before. Didn't realize unRAID would try to grab it first. Kryspy