the program you're using to record with should have an option called "monitoring" that you can use for this, but that isn't universal
standards for power suplies have gotten much tighter since that unit was made, it wouldn't do well in a modern computer.
I'd be able to come, that's all that matters to me
good controllers actually
What about my dvd backups? (8gb each) (blu rays can be 25-50gb each) and anything that has to do with content creation? You can eat 1tb without too much trouble, it just depends on what you are doing.
Strikethroughs do nothing to hide your shame.
So, going to college gets you somewhere, it's just a bad place with greater potential for good?
You can get permanant damage from being outside on a sunny day (if you look at the sun)
The sun is much brighter than a screen is, i don't think it's exagurated.
Price to performance kings :highfive:
The case actually has pretty decent fan mounting options (for how old it is) he might just keep it and get some fans :P
You can get eyestrain, but that's not permanant damage that's just annoying. You can get eyestrain from being outside on a sunny day.
a bit op for most people though, no? I think it is gearing more towards vr than as a starter build.
What one specifically?
Sanjay97 has a fair point. You can get similar hardware new for the $1800 offer. It really hinges on how that massive monitor will fit into your space and benifeit you.
Mom: aren't you a bit close to that screen?
Me: that's not actually a thing
What power supply might i ask? I ask because standards have only gotten stricter over the years and the load is much different than it used to be. If it isn't fairly new you probrably shouldn't use it with high end parts.
Well, pcpp doesn't give a way to embed images so ¯_(ツ)_/¯
The propper wireing for the front panel connectors is in the motherboard manual
it only has 8gb of flash storage, not worth it unless it is very similarly priced to an hdd
just don't plug the berg connector into a fan header, that's the only thing that can damage something that actually fits in something
There is actually a 120mm fan mount in the front and rear of the case, there's just no fan there :/
What are your goals?
Well the banana is a bit of a mush pile now (see edit)
4.4ghz, I would have tried to push it a little more if i had a good fan to use for exaust, but it's happy and that's a nice boost over stock.
Oh, the bananna? It's running at 300mhz, i had to put it right up into the fan to get it there though and things got a bit slimey
Next you need a usb 2.0 to usb 3.0 header adaptor, then you can ise the front panel ports at 2.0 speed.
They have served me well over the years, but now they have started to falter under the load of toumb raider. I am lookin to the ryzen/polaris launch with bacon breath
Freesync, tis a nice technology. The performance difference between the two is neglagable anyway.
Red flag counter = too damn high
yes, there isn't much better under $50
you'll need an amplifier to use them. the one listed above should work, though you'll still need some wire to connect the speakers to the amp.
so it is, https://www.amazon.com/TWYZONE-Converter-Adapter-MacBook-compatible/dp/B0197ST2N6/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1482103879&sr=1-1&keywords=macbook%2Bpro%2Bssd%2Badapter&th=1 it's pin to pin compatible though apparently, but it'll have to use up a pcie slot
I wouldn't trust it. The seller is also trying to sell "used-like new" windows copies (laughable) and sketchy flash drives. 3 total ratings too.
looking at the ifixit guide it seems to be an m key m.2 ssd. there should be an open slot for it on the back of your motherboard (unless there is already an ssd there)
No problem :)
ddr4 isn't any faster than ddr3, in fact it has higher access times. the biggest difference is that it uses much less power because it uses 1.3v instead of 1.5 like ddr3.
If you're looking at nvidia surround/amd eyefinity I would point you to the widescreen displays, which are basically the resolution of two monitors stitched together (and without the bezel)
That cpu should be fine for a while yet, no need to upgrade for the next couple years. Plus upgrading would be quite expensive as you'd have to upgrade your cpu, motherboard, and ram to use a 6th gen processor (likely a $300-400 upgrade for insignificant gains)
Note that a 1070 is very overkill for gaming on a 1080p monitor, even a 1060/rx 480 is somewhat overkill for 1080p@60fps. A fancy freesync 144hz monitor and an rx 480 would be a better buy imho than a 1070 to use with an existing 1080p monitor.
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I believe this will be the best combination of your goals.
-the i5 should be effective enough for gaming or work
-16gb of ram so you have plenty of room for datasets
-somewhat oversized ssd so you can try to keep databases on fast storage while you're using them
-rx 480 supports 6 monitors (4 have to be using displayport and you'd have to get a dp hub or use a monitor that supports daisy chaining as the card only has 3 physical dp) (an nvidia card only supports 4 max) and gives good gaming performance in 1080p (ultra settings 60fps+) and exceeds minimum spec for vr (it was originally made to meet minimum spec for the oculus, but the spec was lowered after its release)
-unsuspecting and profesional case with good fans preinstalled and good airflow
-best bang for the buck wifi card
The only thing I would change if you were to ditch gaming is to downgrade to an rx 460 which would be a similar price to using a Asus Z170A motherboard with no video card, but would still have better performance and similar outputs, considering that this would only save about $100 I would just use the 480
you can use a usb3 hdd enclosure made for your respective drive sizes example the xb1 can support two drives at a time through usb3 so you're golden.
Two of these(they're sold individually) and one of these
For voip, discord is much better with not handing your information ot to the world than skype.
yes, they seem to be settling into which drives they want to use and the Seagates are it.
yes, the m9i will fix that
they exist, but afaik only in the thin mini itx form factor which is rare to find.
also, there was a flood that took one of the hdd manufacturing plants out of commission leading to shortages and a huge drop in quality control, Seagate's 3tb drives were most effected.
there are mouse pads over $100?
if you want good sound on the cheap I would stick with headphones, you really can't beat the price/performance of a pair of Audio-Technica ATH-M20x or Sennheiser HD 201. the only issue is sharing sound.
How old are you? 12? That isn't unreasonable. My suggestion is just to find fun games with lower age ratings like Rocket League.
Take other games on a case by case basis, I would use imdb's parental guides (example, this game is rated M, but looking at this she might just let you play)
all anyone plays in school is cod and gta v
all anyone plays in school is cod and gta v
typical 12 year olds, try picking something mlg and see if you can get people on board with it. (like rocket league)