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  1. Selling a brand new, in box/unopened AMD Ryzen 5900X 12 Core / 24 thread processor. It's excess to needs as I have gone with a 5950X instead and only purchased this stupidly in a mad fit to secure a chip. £490 including next day delivery with DPD. If delivered bank transfer preferred or cash on collection (London, willing to meet half way within reason) UK only
  2. Thank you both - following your replies I decided to get more organised and wrote up a series of elimination tests to isolate what the problem was. In the end I confirmed it was indeed the PSU. I ruled out GPU's ,cabling, CMOS battery, UPS v mains, etc. I borrowed an old Antec PSU from a friend and it ran the system fine without issue. If you can believe it I had 8 days left on my 5 year warranty from Super Flower. I have RMA'd it and am awaiting a replacement.
  3. Hi all, would appreciate your input on the following problem. I have been having hardware stability issues for a while and am struggling to pin down the cause. The issues usually materialise as: 1) Random reboots 2) Random reboots, that then get stuck in a constant cycle of trying to power on but failing to do so besides a brief flicker of fans/lights. I need to either (a) trip my UPS to battery mode (turning off then on wall switch) or (b) kill the switch on the PSU for a minute or so then turn back on to stop this. 3) Reboot triggered by loading a game in Wi
  4. Hi David, Following Spaceinvader One's new Big Sur video I have just set up a new VM. Would you mind sharing the steps you took using CCC to migrate Big Sur to the NVMe? Thanks
  5. thanks, will give the recovery method a try. Should I select the “Catalina” disk or “Catalina - Data”?
  6. Hi all, I have setup a Catalina VM, using a vdisk with GPU and USB passthrough. I now want to migrate the vdisk boot drive to use a 1Tb NVMe. I have successfully passed through the controller and can see the drive available within MacOS. Where I am lost is what I need to do next; what needs to be setup, cloned, reconfigured, etc. I may be being blind but having had a search here and on Google I haven't come across any guidance for migrating an existing MacOS vdisk Any guidance would be appreciated!
  7. <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?> <domain type='kvm'> <name>MacinaboxHighSierra</name> <uuid></uuid> <description>MacOS High Sierra</description> <metadata> <vmtemplate xmlns="unraid" name="Windows 10" icon="default.png" os="HighSierra"/> </metadata> <memory unit='KiB'>16777216</memory> <currentMemory unit='KiB'>16777216</currentMemory> <memoryBacking> <nosharepages/> </memoryBacking> <vcpu placement='static'>8</vcpu> <cputune> <
  8. Thanks for this great docker and guide. First time setting up a VM so please excuse the basic questions; i have setup a High Sierra VM as I have a Nvidia GTX970, but can I pass this through if I only have the one GPU? I have followed the guidance from one of your other videos on adding the associates sound card and changing the XML to mention multifunction. When I start the VM from the servers GUI I get a black screen. Appreciate I have taken the GPU away from Unraid but was expecting MacOS to appear. Any tips or guidance appreciated
  9. Ok I have ordered a multimeter, will check voltage at wall and from output of UPS and report back.
  10. Further update, relates to your second suggestion: I tried to boot the server up again with power connected via the UPS this evening and it successfully booted. I checked the screen on the APC at this time and it was showing input and output voltage at 249. Everything was operating as expected for about 7hrs, when I noticed I could no longer remote into the server. I went to take a look and found that the monitor was off and keyboard/mouse didn't wake the system, but server was on with no activity lights flashing. The screen on the APC now read input 249v, o
  11. Hi Benson, Not a typo, here's a photo from the front of the UPS: https://imgur.com/2ivhimb If the input being 251v is causing the issue, and the UPS is acting as a pass through when not on battery, what's confusing me is that the server boots as expected when directly connected to the same mains socket that is feeding the UPS. Thanks for your suggestions, I have tried disconnecting the USB between UPS and Unraid, no change. I'll try your second suggestion later today.
  12. Hi all, hoping someone can help. I purchased an APC Smart-UPS (SMT1500IC), to help my Unraid server shutdown safely in an outage. First time using a UPS, I followed the basic setup steps as described in the box, but I’m seeing some really strange behaviour. The server is the only device connected to the UPS. I booted the server up and entered the Bios. I was about to select the boot device manually when the server suddenly died and then kept trying to turn on and off in a loop constantly. I had to kill the switch on the PSU to stop the loop. After flicking the
  13. Ok makes sense. In that case a clean shutdown is all I need, as secondary to that I obviously want the unit to last a while! I'm still leaning towards the SMC1500IC, just need to understand whether the SMT1500IC provides any real world benefits that I would appreciate.
  14. In an ideal world, I'd ride out the outage and only trigger a safe shutdown if the UPS continues to detect no power after a certain amount of time. Not sure if the following is realistic, but if a UPS can give 20 minutes power and a clean shut down takes 5 minutes, it'd be good to have a 5-10 minute delay before a shutdown signal is sent. I believe my PSU does support active PFC, I use a Superflower Leadex Platinum 80 750w http://www.super-flower.com.tw/product-data.php?productID=55&amp;lang=en