Both of these SSDs are very similarly priced on Amazon and I was wondering which one would be better for my needs. Although I game mostly, I also use 3D modelling and rendering programs like Maya 2018. I also use Unreal Engine 4 as well. Will higher speeds improve performance on these types of programs (I already know they make very little difference during gaming, in terms of … [Read more...] about 500GB SATA3 860 EVO or 250GB M.2 970 EVO?
Having acquired the license to produce Nantero's NRAM (Nano-RAM) back in 2016, Fujitsu finally put the pedal to the medal to begin mass production next year. NRAM technology promises faster write speeds, higher densities, and lower power consumption at a lower cost than current non-volatile memory solutions on the market. And not only that – NRAM also has a high level of … [Read more...] about Fujitsu Targets 2019 for NRAM Mass Production
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USAFRet said: Well, you have backups going back 2 years.I honestly have no idea. Windows was downloaded onto my C: drive so I don't know if it would have backups on this drive or how I would really check. Wouldn't know of another software to do something like that. The folder is the name of my desktop so I suppose it must be something Windows related I'm … [Read more...] about 403 Gigabytes of Mystery Storage?
Hi guys, not a tech savvy here, I need your help, so I was short in storage on my 1 TB HDD and I went to see my Local Storage on Windows but when I entered I saw that I had 222 GB of Temporary Files (223 GB after taking the ss) I was shocked but I clicked on It to clean that up, but then It just shows some cuple of MB to clean, sometimes there are 6 MB or 8 MB like in the pic, … [Read more...] about I have 222 GB of Temporary Files Windows 10
Just built my first PC and am having trouble detecting my HDD anywhere. I am currently running windows from my SSD and have read through and tried many of the posts on this forum to no avail (such as swapping SATA cables and ports, making sure SATA ports are enabled, checking BIOS, disk managment and device management for any sign of the drive. I only know a bit about computers … [Read more...] about 1TB HDD not detected by PC (not in BIOS, Disk Mgmt, or Device Mgmt)
Maybe the partition isn't sized to take up the whole space on the drive. A screenshot from Windows Disk Management as per SkyNetRising's suggestion will show us if this is the case. You can access it in Windows 10 by pressing Win key + Q, type "Computer Management" and enter, then select "Disk Management" node in the tree view on right hand side. … [Read more...] about 1TB evo 840 only shows 466gb of capacity
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Hi Everyone I've been wanting a M.2 drive for some time now and I can finally afford one. The question I'm asking is that with my current setup am I really going to notice a difference to justify this? Currently I have x4 850 Evo's in RAID 0. Results from Crystal Disk Mark are posted below. I just love the excuse to buy new tech : ) … [Read more...] about Is a 970 Evo M.2 Worth it?
With the upcoming release of Windows Server 2019 this fall, it’s time for enterprise IT pros who work in Microsoft shops to start planning their migration to the new operating system.As with any major release, it takes time to get familiar with what’s new and to start getting hands-on experience implementing new features. In this case, the enhancements include … [Read more...] about Plan now for your migration to Windows Server 2019