Dell s3422dwg vesa mount

[Amazon] AM alphamount Ceiling TV Mount for 13-55 Inch LCD LED OLED 4K TVs/Monitors, Hanging TV Mount Bracket Swivels Tilts Rotates fits Flat/Sloped Roof, Max VESA 400x400mm, Holds up to 77lbs, with 25% off, for $29.99 +save extra $5 with coupon (lightning deal-Ends in 4 hours)

2023.06.04 03:20 dealgad [Amazon] AM alphamount Ceiling TV Mount for 13-55 Inch LCD LED OLED 4K TVs/Monitors, Hanging TV Mount Bracket Swivels Tilts Rotates fits Flat/Sloped Roof, Max VESA 400x400mm, Holds up to 77lbs, with 25% off, for $29.99 +save extra $5 with coupon (lightning deal-Ends in 4 hours)

[Amazon] AM alphamount Ceiling TV Mount for 13-55 Inch LCD LED OLED 4K TVs/Monitors, Hanging TV Mount Bracket Swivels Tilts Rotates fits Flat/Sloped Roof, Max VESA 400x400mm, Holds up to 77lbs, with 25% off, for $29.99 +save extra $5 with coupon (lightning deal-Ends in 4 hours) submitted by dealgad to DealsRUs [link] [comments]

2023.06.04 02:45 SuaveSycamore Advice on recovering data from an old HDD

The hard drive in question:
Computer is a Dell Latitude D505. The hard drive is likely 15 or 20 years old at this point. When I booted the computer from Hiren's Boot CD on removable flash media (this was in 2021), the hard drive showed up in File Explorer but could not be mounted. It was listed as being 30gb in size in File Explorer, and that seems to correspond to what was printed on the drive label. The system prompted me to reformat as it could not mount the drive, I did not do so. I ran chkdsk at least one time, read-only, without the /f argument, until I realized I wasn't supposed to do that and stopped. The drive does not make any clicking sounds that I can hear, and I am no longer attempting to boot the drive.
My understanding is that 20 years is a long time even for an HDD and that there may be data loss simply due to the age of the drive, and that if recovery were to be attempted I would need to have it fixed by a professional because the drive cannot be mounted. I am in the southeastern US (don't believe I am located near any professional that frequents this forum) so would need to mail it.
I don't have much information about the contents of the drive. There are likely to be word documents associated with some community college classes that my parent took when they were using the computer, and I suspect there is a chance there could be family photos (and am curious in general to find out what is on it), but there's no urgency and if no data can be recovered, I am not really any worse off than I was before I took the computer out of storage. It's my understanding most places worth sending my drive to wouldn't charge me if data cannot be recovered anyway, and I don't mind paying the cost of shipping to find out if something is salvageable.
Should I bother trying to recover the data given that it's been 20 years? If so, what's the best place to send it given my location?
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2023.06.04 01:38 reaver19 [FS][US-WA] R630 10Bay 4x U.2 NVME, 2x R330, 2x Brocade 6610 switches, 40G QSFP+ setup and lots of freebies with the switches and servers.

Trying to yet again thin out the homelab stack, kinda got it where I want it and these have been sitting idle or unused. I feel like the prices are right but if you want to buy a few things we can probably strike a deal. Going to do local only to start, local is south King County, WA

R630 - 350$ - 10Bay SFF - Last 4 SFF bays are NVME, has the dell pcie card for nvme enablement. Front of chassis u.2 are the best way to do them, they get so hot on pcie cards. The NVME kit is pretty expensive.
-2x 2680v4, No Ram, H730 Controller in IT Mode, iDrac Enterprise, iDrac sync bezel, 2x 750w PSU, RAILS

R330 - 180$ EA - 8 Bay SFF - These are exactly the same except one is a 1230v5 and the other is a 1280v5
-1230v5/1280v5, 1x 16gb ddr4 2133 ecc udimm, intel x520-da2, idrac module + enterprise, 2x 350w PSU, RAILS

Brocade 6610-24/48p Bundle 350$ - There is pretty good value here, its a complete kit you can run these forever with the spare parts. Both are updated and have all the ports licensed.
- Bundle includes 2 Switches, 1 6610-24 with 2psu 2fan, 1x 6610-48p PoE 2psu 2fan,
-2 Spare PSU, one for each switch
-4 Spare Front to Rear fans
-3x qsfp+ breakout cables
-2x qsfp+ to qsfp+ cables for stacking.

2x Mellanox ConnectX3 40/56gb dual port QSFP+ PCIE card - 25$ Each

2x Navepoint L Bracket server shelf- 20$ EA - 1 of the half depth and 1 of them full length on the L -\_1\_3?keywords=navepoint+server+rail&qid=1685836187&sr=8-3

Freebies- I got some more stuff I can throw in if you need anything let me know. Trying to clean stuff out. 1u Rack Blanks, 1u rack shelves, patch panels, cat6 jacks, PDU, power cables, etc.
2x 350w r330 PSU
4x r330 fans
2x r630 10bay fans
5x Samsung 840 EVO 1tb SSDs, 40-50% Endurance remaining no failed sectors.
caddies to fully populate all of the bays, and I can supply blanks as well
8x <30% endurance 1TB Samsung 840 EVO, some may not function, free. I have a bunch of separate ones I use as drink coasters.

Please let me know if anyone has any questions and if I missed anything here. Or if you would like to purchase any of the switch stuff seperately. Local only South King County Washington.
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2023.06.04 00:41 FormulaFox FOR SALE: Complete Atari Legacy Tempest cabinet and Space Invaders project cab.

LOCATION: Northeastern Ohio
FOR SALE, LOCAL PICKUP ONLY: One complete and functional Tempest cab and one modded Space Invader project cab.
The Tempest is the cheapo version - unlit marquee and generic riser. But it is fully functional, was only lightly used. Acquired about one year ago. No mods whatsoever, in great shape.
The Space Invaders cab was a project cab widened to accept a monitor up to 19.75" wide. Presently has a 5:4 DVI monitor in out - not truly "mounted" due to not having VESA ports, but it is adhered in place and fully usable. The cabinet does not have a computer or controls - it has a control panel drilled for a 1P 4+2 button layout with two admin buttons, and a place for an analog flightstick or 4-way joystick as well as a button hole spinner plus two associated mouse buttons. Control panel has filled in holes that could be re-drilled for a 2P 6+2 button layout. Kickplate has been modded into a door to access storage shelving inside. Comes with a custom riser and a storage box that fits inside of riser. Marquee modded to pop out in a rather half-assed manner.
Prices negotiable. Asking $200 for Tempest, $50 for Space Invaders. PM with inquires.
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2023.06.03 22:37 evilkoolade My libreelec pc keeps loosing my external drives every time we loose power for any reason

I was using an old laptop as my video server it worked perfectly but the battery died and apparently you cannot power it with just a power cable it’s got to have that battery in it or it will not stay on so I had an old Dell winding around and I put libreelec on it and it seemed to work better but It loses my external drives if the power looks at it funny and I have to plug them into windows, repair them then eject them and some times I have to do it repeatedly before kodi will mount the drives. (Sorry for run on sentence/grammar I have a type of dyslexia)
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2023.06.03 22:34 YeahhhBuddy QM8 85" tv mount

Just got my QM8 85" delivered today and realized my old TV mount was not compatible. The QM8 uses 600mm x 600mm vesa mount and nothing at bestbuy or local TV stores carry a mount that has that size. What are some mounts that are compatible?
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2023.06.03 21:58 lolHollow Help Upgrade Gaming PC

My pc has 3-4 years, and I plan on upgrading my GPU or something else by the end of this year or next year. I am not really good with this things so this why i am asking for yall help. My specs are:
CPU is an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
GPU AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT
2 RAM Corsair 32GX
and for more details, I bought this pc from this vid by CRATER
My budget is less than $900 but realistically 500.
I got 2 240hz monitors from alienware "Alienware 25 AW2521HF 24.5 inch Gaming Monitor (Dark), Dark Grey- Dark Side of the Moon" and "Dell S2421HGF 24 Inch FHD TN, Anti-Glare Gaming Monitor - 1ms Response Time, 1080p 144Hz, LED Edgelight System, AMD FreeSync Premium, VESA, Gray".
I run a 1920x1080 resolution. I play competive fps games and sometimes gta or other heavy graphics games.
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2023.06.03 13:33 Salzig iscsi pv timeouts, but mounts flawless on host.

Hej, I've setup yet another k3s, but this time I would like to use iscsi volumes.
K3s Version: k3s version v1.26.3+k3s1 (01ea3ff2) go version go1.19.7
Situation: * Dell 7050 (i5-7500T, 8GB RAM) as K3S Single-Node * Synology NAS as iscsi Host * LUN "prometheus" * LUN attached to "prometheus" Target * CHAP for Target enabled * (I'm new to iscsi)
the following works on the K3s Host:
iscsiadm -m node -T -p -o new iscsiadm -m node -T -p -o update -n node.session.auth.username -v iscsiadm -m node -T -p -o update -n node.session.auth.password -v iscsiadm -m node -T -p --login fdisk -l # shows target lun as /dev/sda (verified, over and over) iscsiadm -m node -T -p --logout
but this doesn't work:
apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: chap-secret type: "" stringData: node.session.auth.username: node.session.auth.password: --- apiVersion: v1 kind: PersistentVolume metadata: name: iscsi-pv namespace: default spec: claimRef: name: iscsi-pvc namespace: default capacity: storage: 8Gi accessModes: - ReadWriteOnce iscsi: targetPortal: iqn: lun: 0 fsType: 'ext4' chapAuthDiscovery: true chapAuthSession: true secretRef: name: chap-secret --- apiVersion: v1 kind: PersistentVolumeClaim metadata: name: iscsi-pvc namespace: default spec: storageClassName: "" volumeName: iscsi-pv accessModes: - ReadWriteOnce resources: requests: storage: 8Gi --- apiVersion: v1 kind: Pod metadata: name: iscsi-test spec: containers: - name: www image: nginx volumeMounts: - name: html mountPath: "/vawww/html" volumes: - name: html persistentVolumeClaim: claimName: iscsi-pvc
it fails with
MountVolume.WaitForAttach failed for volume "iscsi-pv" : failed to get any path for iscsi disk, last err seen: Timed out waiting for device at path /dev/disk/by-path/ip-:3260-iscsi--lun-0 after 30s
Maybe someone can hint me into the right direction?
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2023.06.03 12:09 ThisIntention2177 currently buying things to build my first hitbox, is this everything i need? also idk if the pcb can work with the wires so help with this bit would be much appriciated

currently buying things to build my first hitbox, is this everything i need? also idk if the pcb can work with the wires so help with this bit would be much appriciated submitted by ThisIntention2177 to fightsticks [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 11:09 Ravnos92tw Nuovo Canale Twitch

Ciao a tutti! Mi chiamo Loris, ho 31 anni, possiedo una Xbox Series X e da poco ho cominciato a streammare su Twitch! Non mi vedrete in cam perché materialmente non ne ho una ma spero che con la crescita del canale possa saltare via anche questo impedimento. In compenso mi sentirete parlare spesso visto che un microfono ce l'ho! Al momento ho raggiunto il traguardo dei SETTE (7) followers sulla piattaforma. Roba non da poco! Che orari di Stream adotto? Lunedì, Mercoledì, Venerdì dalle 21:15 in poi. Gli altri giorni, se possibile, qualcosa faccio ma devo bilanciare vita di coppia, impegni personali, socialità e altro. Che giochi porto? Ho cominciato a giocare a Redfall e lo sto per portare a termine. Ogni tanto porto OverWatch 2, Fortnite e WarZone come giochi più ampi. Di recente, però, ho voluto portare Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord perché amo l'ambientazione e le possibilità di gioco, creando un nuovo personaggio da zero. Idea futura è quella di portare WildRift dal cellulare, registrando e trasmettendo live la scalata verso il Master e oltre.
Se volete passare a darmi uno sguardo, un consiglio per migliorare la qualità delle mie live o qualsiasi altra cosa non dovete fare altro che usare i link qui sotto.
Grazie mille a tutti per il tempo dedicatomi!
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2023.06.03 07:49 mstrmind5 New Ultrawide Build

It’s been a while since I last built a PC (about 6/7 years). It was a 6700k, 1060 6GB system that has served me well.
I am now currently in the process of buying parts I would need for an ultrawide (3440×1440 144Hz) system. I already have the following items either through good deals, spares or items that I can reuse:

Dell S3422DWG
MSI 4070ti Gaming X Trio
Samsung 990 Pro 2TB
Noctua U14S

I have a rough idea of what the rest of parts could be and was hoping you guys could answer some questions that could help me decide or solidify my choices. The parts I am considering are:

CPU: AMD 7700, 7700X, 7900, 7900X, 7800X3D
(would I see much difference at UW res? Are there many games that use more than 8 cores? Would a U14S be able to cool these CPUs sufficiently?)

MOBO: MSI B650 Tomahawk, Gigabyte B650 Aorus Elite, Asus B650E-E Gaming Wifi, MSI X670E Tomahawk
(prefer ATX, would I see much difference performance/quality wise between any of these? Are there still issues with ALC4080 and Intel Lan ports on some of the boards and best to avoid those? Is a q-code necessary? My old board, Asus Maximus Hero 7 had one and it has been helpful)

RAM: 2×16 GB DDR5, preferably 6000MHz CL30
(left this open as I would have to check the QVL list on the board I choose. Is the jump in price for 6000MHz CL30 worth the performance gains? Is it better to look for ram with Hynix A or M or Samsung dies?)

PSU: 1000W, possibly ATX 3.0, Corsair RM1000X, MSI A1000G
(I know I could get away with lower wattage, but would prefer the headroom should I choose to upgrade anything in the next few years. I trust Corsair more as it has more reviews and I own one of their PSUs, but the MSI is around the same price with the 12 pin cable included. Open to suggestions)

CASE: Fractal Torrent
(I already own a Fractal R5, so looking for something with more airflow. How is the build quality of the large torrent? Is there a lot of plastic and what’s its quality like? How are the included fans? How is thefinish on the white or gray options as those are the two I looking at, smooth or textured? Any other alternatives?)

Thanks for reading
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2023.06.03 01:32 Dizzy-Kiwi6825 Does the xp pen 24 pro support VESA mounts?

Or have holes for any other type of standard mount for an arm or other stands?
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2023.06.02 23:48 majestic_richard_420 My Deckmate came undone while my deck was mounted to a VESA arm…

My Deckmate came undone while my deck was mounted to a VESA arm…
Came home to find my deck literally hanging by a thread because the plastic Deckmate adapter unstuck from the 3M adhesive. Has this happened to anyone else?
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2023.06.02 19:13 Suspiciouscollard Would appreciate any help making a ninja-like build for gaming.

>**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.**
* I want to play games like mount and blade with thousands of units on screen or cities skylines 2 when it comes out. I'll also want to play games like street fighter 6 and cyberpunk with the highest graphics possible.
>**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?**
* Around 1300
>**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.**
* Within a week or two
>**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)**
* Tower and OS
>**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?**
* US, Florida. I don't believe there is a Microcenter near me.
>**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.**
* Dell E2414h is my main monitor and I have two Dell P2722H on each side.
>**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?**
* No
>**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)**
* one SSD and one HDD
>**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?**
* Black Mid-Tower, no window, no lighting
>**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?**
* Windows 10
>**Extra info or particulars:**
I would like the build to be focus on being as silent as possible and foregoing any lighting. My friend also wants to have a matching build but is thinking of doing all white.
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2023.06.02 17:40 chrisumafp [USA-CA] [H] Dell S2716DGR 27" 1440p 144Hz G-Sync [W] Paypal/Local Cash

Hello All
I am selling my Dell S2716DGR Monitor. I upgraded to a Gigabyte M27Q and no longer need the monitor. This works fine and will include original box, monitor, stand/mount, display port cable, and power cable.
I am looking for $150 Shipped or $130 Local. Zip (91304)
Time Stamp:

Screen Size: 27 Inches
Resolution: 2560 x 1440 (1440p)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Panel Technology: TN
Refresh Rate: 144hz
Response Time: 1ms
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2023.06.02 15:19 Widowshypers alienware aw3423dw is like 95% Amazing

I just got my first ultrawide today the Alienware 34DW, it was second hand but is in amazing condition but it didn't come with the vesa adapter which is incredibly frustrating!
I genuinly have no idea why Dell couldn't have made the mount on the monitor VESA 100x100 or 75x75 out of the box with no adapter or you know SELL the adapter?!?!
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2023.06.02 12:09 Rotidronik Almost Finished my PC build but need some tips

Hey guys, I want to build a PC, but cant choose between some components because I don't know if the price difference is worth the performance. I also don't know if the Motherboard is good enough, or if it will bottleneck the system Here are the Components and the price in my country (Hungary).
I intend to use the PC for 1440p Gaming on my 21:9 144Hz monitor (DELL S3422DWG)
CPU: AMD ryzen 7 5700x (204 $)
CPU cooler: DeepCool AK400 black (51 $)
Motherboard: ASRock B550 Phantom Gaming 4 (116 $)
GPU: ASRock RX 6950xt (757 $ ) or ASRock RX 6800XT (719 $ )
RAM: Kingston Fury Beast 2x16GB 3200MHz (88 $ ) or get a better Motherboard to use 2x8GB 4000+MHz
SSD: Kingston 2TB M.2 NVMe 2280 PCIe 4.0 NV2 (97 $ )
PSU: CORSAIR RM850e 850W 80+ gold (162 $ )
Case: Asus TUF gaming GT501 with 4 built in fans (167 $ ) + 2 Arcting cooling F8 TC fan (4 $ ) for better cooling
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2023.06.02 05:48 jms209 [USA-CA] [H] 5x LG USB bluray drives, LG BE14NU40, Hyundai Mini PC [W] Paypal

5x USB LG bluray drives. All have been tested to play/read BD disc.
3x USB bluray drives:

Want $100 shipped for all 3.

2x LG BE14NU40 drives

Want $120 shipped for both drives.

Can do $200 shipped for all 5 LG drives.
Open to offers.

Hyundai Mini PC.
Works great, good for living room PC.
Has empty m.2 and SATA slot.
Will include WeChip W3 Air Mouse 4-in-1, great for use with kodi.

You will receive:

Want $100 shipped.

Only shipping within the US.
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2023.06.02 04:44 Junpaku [Mississauga, ON] [H] Hifiman Ananda Stealth Ed. Planar Magnetic Headphones, Sennheiser HD 600/598 Open Back Headphones, Sony Xperia 1 III Phone, Monitor and VESA Mount, PS5/PS4/Switch Games, Blu-Rays, MX Master 2S, MX Keys, Apple Magic Keyboard, Google Nest Hub 2nd Gen [W] PayPal G&S, Cash, EMT

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2023.06.02 04:39 Junpaku [CAN, ON] [H] Hifiman Ananda Stealth Ed. Headphones, Sennheiser HD 600/598 Open Back Headphones, Sony Xperia 1 III Phone, Monitor and VESA Mount, PS5/PS4/Switch Games, Blu-Rays, MX Master 2S, MX Keys, Apple Magic Keyboard, Google Nest Hub 2nd Gen [W] PayPal G&S

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2023.06.02 04:36 Villager-C HELP: Mounting 49 Inch Monitors Stacked

Hello Ultrawide Master Race. I bought a Samsung and Acer 49 inch ultrawide monitor. Neither fit this the "X" shaped monitor vesa mount. The outer "arms" of the X mount seem to be in the way for both. I am wondering if I can just angle grind the arms off and mount them?
I got this stand. I know its cheap, but I am thinking of reinforcing it, particularly in the base and the post connection. THX.
1) Buy a Samsung Vesa bracket & Standoff Screws for Acer.
2) Buy standoff screws for Acer and mount it on a tall arm mount.

Please lmk your thoughts.
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2023.06.02 03:37 Darguima Help choosing first Home Server

Hi everyone,
I'm using a Raspberry Pi Model B to run my Web servers and file sync, but it is already struggling, since some time ago, to do everything that I want.
Buy a new Raspberry is now impossible, and I was always fascinated to mount a rack with my switches, routers and an home server in my home. A little of search and I ended that (correct me if I'm wrong) the best option for start (seeing that for now, I just want the server) is the mini pcs from Lenovo, HP and Dell. I'm a Lenovo fan, so I give them more attention.
The best 2nd hand option that I founded here in Portugal (because I saw other good, but more expansive at backmarket) was:
On the server, seeing future possibilities, I think that I will be running:
I want hear your opinions about:
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