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  1. I'm with a Samsung TV from 2014 and it reads srt subtitles with serviio in DLNA connection.
  2. You can install software called Serviio on your computer and then a smart TV detects it. DLNA. The software on the computer defines which folders to share.
  3. There are devices that test the power over time, which in the link it is desirable to replace the head so that there is grounding, a modern computer at rest consumes about 40 W per hour.
  4. To increase uptime as they do on servers do raid 1. In any case it is not a backup place.
  5. The TDP no longer says much a few generations, TDP according to Intel is the power of the processor according to the workload determined by Intel which is probably less than the average effort test at default frequency, in this case 3.7GHz in practice the frequencies and powers are much higher and determined by PL1, PL2 and boost frequencies. PL2 (250W) should work for a short time, in practice most boards by default PL2 runs unlimited or there is a slowdown due to temperature like this case, and sometimes also other problems for example of warming of the VRM, opens the discussion you need to change mode, both your board and cooling Yours is not built for frequencies that the CPU can reach at continuous operation, or that you lower maximum power, or voltage or frequencies, etc., it does not seem to me that you are in the business of breaking records quickly, performance loss will be minimal if at all, and smartly you can improve performance Lower at lower temps without decelerations like @Moon-Mage does, look what temp you reach, you reach Tj-max which is the temp that causes the CPU to slow down, the CPU knows how to work, sometimes other components do not, so the rule of thumb is to be about 10 -20 degrees below this temperature, it varies greatly depending on the board, memories, cooling, etc. https://www.extremetech.com/compu ting / 311414-intel-shares-pl1-pl2-and-tau-values-on-10th-generation-cpus https://www.hardwaretimes.com/intel-10th-gen-cpu-power-consumption-explained-pl1 -pl2-and-tau /
  6. Your CPU has 10 cores that can reach 5.3 GHz, what do you do with the computer? In short, I would switch a power supply to a modern one with a larger power supply, and probably a fan as well, maybe if you make one of the recommendations recommended to you regarding the CPU you can stay with the fan at a 5-10% performance loss that you would not feel anyway.
  7. The power of the package of your actual processor is 264W which is a lot, I would try to limit this value in the BIOS to 150W assuming that the turbo boost will work according to this power automatically, the value is PL2.
  8. Regular fan? The illustration you provided refers to argb fans through a controller.
  9. What is the case? What is a video card? What is the cooling? What is the power supply? The board if not something for such a processor as hinted at. The temperature is high and the CPU slows down so as not to overheat, by and large it is working properly and in normal mode there should be no blue screen because of this on the CPU side, on the other hand it is not advisable to be in this temperature range in normal mode because there are less monitored components. Make sure all the fans are rotating, assuming the CPU cooling is reasonable and well connected I would do undervolting, manual underclocking to stay away from the temp, performance loss is not expected to be noticeable, or alternatively limits the time the board allows the processor to run automatically, Intel went crazy with this processor frequency and power To be in the No. 1 game processor tests, in the next generation they improved the temp.
  10. Unsuccessful combination, its VRM area looks basic, there is likely to be a slowdown in effort, assuming you meant the i9 10900.
  11. Download and assemble and that's it. It is advisable to update BIOS first. No need to reinstall an operating system, maybe one or two restarts. Look for a memory that suits you, it does not have to come in a kit, it is desirable that they be the same. In the manual of the motherboard it is written that it is possible to remember that the chips are on one or two sides which is good. Check online if it is possible to put a single stick of 8GB, if 6 memories are not required, check that it is possible with the fan.
  12. The processor from Ali Express. Memories. https://www.amazon.com/Patriot-Signature-PC3-10600-Desktop-PSD34G1
  13. The system has been operating steadily for about two years. I had an i7 930 that I replaced with a Xaone on my own, no problems. I tried a little fast, I did not have patience at the time, preferably also faster memories. The frequency of the memory is 666x2. For this the name DDR. Double data rate 1333MHz. 12MB of memory was enough for me, I also did not want to invest too much. thermalright-ultra-120-extreme
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