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  1. The part that goes into your computer is USB type-A, in the hub part, there are mostly USB type-A's with like one USB Type-C port.
  2. I am looking for a USB hub powered type-A, not type-C, that also includes a USB Type-C port. Thanks for the help.
  3. Thanks for all the help. Once I get a list of everything I need to set up I'll probably need more help, but I'll use what you have given as much as possible thanks man.
  4. so what I do with the RCA output on the back of the copntroller, how do I connect that to the computer
  5. I am trying to connect my KRK Rokit 5's to my PC as well as my numark mixtrack pro 3 to my PC. I want my PC to use my KRK's as speakers normally. When I want to record my my DJ mixes I want to be able to connect my mixtrack pro 3 to [insert what I need] and start mixing. My biggest issue is what do I need. Do I need an audio interface or a dac or both? I know the sound cards that come with PC's usually do not have enough juice to really let studio monitors perform at their best, but I do not know how a DAC would connect to my PC anyways. My mixtrack pro 3 has a built in RCA audio interface so do I need one for my computer? I have a lot of questions and I am generally confused at what to do can anyone help? I have include some pictures to maybe help everyone get a feel of what's going on.
  6. I know this is probably a dumb question, but I saw something online about my CPU's generation(4820K ivy bridge E), not having native USB 3.0 support, and I thought that might have been the reason why my usb 3.0 ports do not work on my computer. Though I did not know CPU's had anything to do with USB version support, I though that was all based on the motherboard.
  7. Here's the story, I want to upgrade my PC graphics card from the GTX 770 2gb to the GTX 1060 6gb graphics card to play some new titles. Titles that I am interested in are Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, and Battlefield 1. After Microsoft announced that certain games would be under the "Xbox play anywhere" initiative I have been contemplating upgrading my graphics card and playing more Xbox games on my PC. The only problem is all the games I wanted to play needed more power than I have. I had already plan to upgrade my whole rig soon after the GTX 1080 Ti would be released, but on top of unexpected financial issues and this asynchronous compute debate with Nividia pascal and beyond graphics cards, I was just going to sit out the whole 1000 series and wait until Volta dropped with the 1100 series. The plan was to continue to play certain games on my PC and other games on my Xbox. Then competition in the graphics card market brought forth $200 dollar graphics cards that can run games with high fidelity and frame rates. I started to thinking "Now I don't have to pay for Xbox live and I can play my Xbox games". Not to mention a lot of the problems I have with playing on consoles like, sub-par resolution and frame rates, NAT type issues(I am in college), and Xbox live issues are all gone now. To be fair, free games every month is a lost, but most of those games I never would have purchased and even though there free I still would have most likely not played them. All in all losing Xbox live is a trade-off I am willing to except. However, I started to ponder was it worth it to upgrade my PC when I plan to upgrade it again soon after graduating in 2019? I know that sounds crazy because that is about two and half years from now, but my PC so far has mostly played indie titles and a couple AA and AAA titles at 1440p 60 fps, it was not until I tried to play Doom(2016) that I saw real game play issues. Plus, the next time I wanted to pay over a $1000 for a PC was for a new standard of game resolution and frame rate: 4K 60fps solid on most titles. My thought process was to then save my money and wait it out. However great games are out now, and I want to play them on my PC. After some research I have determined that my 8gb of 1600MHz DDR3 ram, i7-4820k 3.7 GHz CPU will not bottle neck my performance for at least one to one and a half years maybe two. Next I needed to see if this card would card would run at my screen's native resolution of 1440p, and in most cases I think I will be fine.Therefore I will see a performance boost from just adding a graphics card. Or, I could pay $60 for Xbox live buy my games and know they will at least run even if there not at a favorable resolution or frame rate. So for 3 more years of Xbox live I am looking at $180 and for upgrading my PC I am looking at $250. Now there are somethings I can do to save money on both sides, but right now it is more expensive to play on my PC. Plus, is this upgrade I am doing going to hold me over until I get a serious upgrade or am I paying $250 to play games from this year; then next year my CPU bottle necks me, or games run better on GDD4 RAM, or the new AAA game I wanna play can't run at my screen's resolution. I do not want to pay $250 to turn around and find out my computer won't run a game well, so I have to go purchase Xbox live again and waste money to play a game the runs well, but isn't smooth and looks sub-par. Or I could just continue to deal with the sub-par console, and slowly decaying PC. To put in to perspective I could purchase Xbox live and all of the games listed above right now for still less money it would take to upgrade my graphics card and buy NO games. In the end I would just like honest opinions and advice from you ladies and gentlemen on whether or not you believe it is worth it, thank you and have a nice day.
  8. Warranty Exclusions G.SKILL limited warranty does not cover problems or damage resulting from, but not limited to, any of the following: Wear and tear associated with normal use Any acts of nature, abnormal mechanical or environmental condition, modification, abuse, accident, disassembly, misapplication, or unauthorized repair Removal or alteration of any manufacturer label(s) or sticker(s) Any improper assembly, handling, installation, or operation; including any use not in accordance with any supplied product instructions Connection to any improper voltage supply Removal or reassembly of heatspreader Missing, damaged, detached, or bent contact pins, chips, parts, casing, or heatspreader Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect in materials or workmanship Life time warranty is a great tag line. However, this is an extensive exclusion list. I would assume that in most cases I would be fine with calling on the warranty, but I try not to assume. Regardless Klevv has a life time warranty as well(see attachment), but to be fare I do not know their exclusions. 상세페이지_neo.pdf
  9. This saves me $9 an their equivalent. I understand brand recognition, and I usually follow suit, but I am trying to save as much money as possible on this one. Plus Klevv ram reviewed very well, and it's an off shoot of an name brand. Thanks for the help though.
  10. G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900) vs Klevv Neo 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900)
  11. thank you for the help Lord_Karango17 I appreciate the help.
  12. My oneplus one android based phone fell from PPE vest and the screen cracked. Unfortunately, I believe the LCD was damaged, because now the bottom half of the screen does not work, and I cannot unlock my phone. Also my phone somehow ended up in airplane mode, and so now I cannot even use google services. Effectively my "controller" the screen has broken and now I can not control my device. I was wondering is their a way to use my PC as a controller for my android device. I do not think I can side load any apps and as previously stated my phone is airplane mode so there is no way I can connect to it wirelessly. I know I am probably screwed and the only way to get in would be to "hack" the phone or get the LCD and screen replaced, but while I await a quote-if anyone has ideas to the solution I'd love to hear them.
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