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generic P410i /0/100/1/0/0.0.0 /dev/sda disk 299GB /dev/sdb disk - 200GB /dev/sdc disk 15GB SCSI Disk Add it up... 299 + 200 + 15 = 514 GB. Across three separate (apparently) storage devices. From the info you've provided, it's impossible to know: Where the disks are located What type of disks they are (SSD, HDD, USB stick, etc.)


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There are some on the market now, like this one for thunderbolt 2: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1007816-REG/sonnet_echo_exp_se2_echo_express_se_ii.html If you have USB 3.0 there are limited commercial options - things like the ASUS XG Station 2 which uses 2 usb connections for its external pcie Nvidia card, but accepts other cards (apparently just ...


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Laptops are. Desktops, could be under specific circumstances - Some Older processors - Ivy and Sandy Bridge intel chipsets come to mind supported something called Virtu (or MVP), by a company called lucid logix. Anandtech has a nice writeup about it. Seems dead now, and its licenced by oems - so you'd need to find a system that supports it (and windows 10 ...


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the best way to determine is to check for a vendor-specific driver in the HID section of the device manager to get a hint at least....


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Most of these answers are more or less wrong. The main thing that distinguishes a Xeon processor from a desktop processor is scalability. To run a huge multiprocessor with 36, 72, or even 144 threads, you need the Xeon chip caches to talk to each other. L1 cache must talk to all the other L1 caches, L2 cache must talk to L2 caches, etc. In an i3, i5, i7 ...


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No. Your battery provides power for your entire system. Powering the screen takes less energy than the CPU, and if your battery was having problems your laptop would simply not turn on or turn on and off completely. So the screen flickering is not due to the battery. Now, the reason this does not happen when you plugin the charger is due to Power Saving ...


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If you have not rebooted the system from scratch since you did that, I would start there and see if those tasks you ended restart. It sounds like one of them is needed. You can check the event viewer/boot degradation to find things that may be slowing it down instead of randomly ending tasks that may be needed.



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