I got Lenovo Thinkpad P16V Gen1 for testing and work – I got Intel i9 model with 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD – first thing I did is get new RAM and disk and get to update it. However, after I upgraded RAM with new (Crucial) sticks, on boot I got blinking ESC + F1 + F4 on keyboard. First ESC, then F1 and then F4 key. This is going on and on… Let’s check what I tried so far.Read More
Before we even start – HUGE WARNING: with this mod, you are voiding your warranty. Also I will not be responsible for any kind (material, physical, mental) of damage you do by following this tutorial.
Now, let’s do the work, I’ll demonstrate you my trip to silent Netgear switch. JI’ve got few Netgear 10Gbit switches for testing and for some scenarios even a production purpose. Mostly I don’t care about noise of the switches because they are in the server room, and they are supposed to be loud because it is very hot and tight in the server racks and hot air needs to be pushed out of the switch.Read More
From time to time I need to work with Supermicro motherboards, usually on custom server/workstation builds. One thing with Supermicro motherboards (in my experience) is consistent – loud fans / fans that are spinning up and down whole time.Read More
At my first review of the Apple Watch– read it here – https://www.informaticar.net/?p=2285 I promised an update. So here it is, it won`t be long just few observations and updates on my first review. Read More
Wearables/Smartwatches are first thing after tablet “revolution” that were mind-boggling to me, and as with tablets I decided to get one of these wearables and to see if it makes sense in my life. I wear watches every day, and have quite a few timepieces, so smartwatch (maybe) can make sense for me. I don`t own expensive watches, I wear them more as an everyday jewellery and as addition to my style on different occasions. Some of them I have more than 10 years. Read More