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How many SATA devices and NVMe can I add?

I have this mobo:
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/TUF-GAMING-X570-PLUS-WI-FI/

With this CPU: Ryzen 3900X

Currently I have 2x SATA SSD connected and 4x SATA HDD connected. They are all just AHCI and handled by Windows.
I would like to add more HDD/SSD to SATA and also add an NVMe SSD (or two).

Can I add more / use the NVMe slots?
I had Intel before and it was like - if I used NVMe, then 2-4 SATA slots got taken up by it and they became unusable.

Thanks!

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Apple iPhone SE Gen2 or Google Pixel 4a!

Which one? I'm coming from a Samsung Galaxy S5. I just want something that'll just werk™ and last a long time. Canada.

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>>76383012
Just don't do anything worth hiding.

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>>76156406
>untagging your photos on jewbook will protect me from mass surveillance and goverments

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>tfw saved $50 on a 10700k over a 9900k on release
>but paid $50-100 more on z490 mobos
this launch is fucking ass my niggas

>>75998230
9600k 6/6 DOA 10th gen is out also ryzen

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>>75857531
>cant get any more fps improvement on faster ram
>faster ram is a meme
not on cpu limited scenarios bruh

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Any tips for handling creating and editing recurring event, preferably RRULES, but cron should work.

Any existing widgets or libraries?

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>>75212884
Does it make sense to process large (10gb+) file(s) (for example, csv) in a kubernetes cluster, where there are multiple """micro-services""" that do different things on the file?

I can't figure out how to move these files between the micro-services without using slow NFS storage?

I can't google anything like this.

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>>74769358
>console exclusive proves hardware is better

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>>74403575
>i dont believe you and i will not do any research myself, even though the opinion i hold is not based on factual evidence that is easily found through a simple google search and then comprehending said information

use your brain b0ss

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>>74330792
The keyboards are more than fucking fine, I've used both. Stop listening to autists sperging out.

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>>74301266
I'm sure it is Poojeet, all other browsers from old Firefox to Chrome to Opera to Vivaldi, all adopt the proper MacType font rendering and are adjusted, but nu-Firefox alone looking like jagged dogshit like even here >>74299318 means it's the system and not the shitty nu-browser. Lay off the Jenkem poo.

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>>74261504
>bottom vent
>PSU fan facing directly into GPU

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>>73769819
>dual channel ram
kek

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working through some beginners problems and im completely stumped with this one (in working in python). im not asking for a solution, just point me in the right direction

>Write a program that outputs all possibilities to put + or - or nothing between the numbers 1,2,…,9 (in this order) such that the result is 100.
>For example 1 + 2 + 3 - 4 + 5 + 6 + 78 + 9 = 100.

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>>73653145
>make claim
>provide zero context/evidence/logical thinking patterns to support said claim
>'man these fucking (insert generational insult)'
im sure you really think things through thoroughly, anon

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>>73420340
>Europe
>G. W. Bush

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>>73389306
>There's only one site for this purpose...

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>>73274419
>Who gives a fuck if your code could use for loops efficiently
When you're application with 300 concurrent users grinds to a halt because a core component your brainlet-self programmed is bottle-necking the whole system.

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imagine being OP

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>>73159870

>Thinks a mac has the best applications
>Thinks a mac has amazing performance
>"Industry professionals"



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