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About DaJakerBoss

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  • Birthday 2002-02-08

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Yee Howdy, Texas
  • Interests
    Legacy, Used, and Modern PC Building, Premiere Pro and After Effects, free video games, aesthetic phone/PC setups.
  • Biography
    I live in Texas, yee haw
    My friends take care of me, so through old machine parts and generosity I have a Dell Precision T3600 with a GTX 1050TI that I use to game, and it works plenty fine.
    I'll play most good free games, like CS:GO, Phantom Forces (don't @ me), and Apex legends
    I jailbreak every iPhone I touch mainly for aesthetic but also because I get some beneficial functionality I need.
    I toy with insider Builds cuz pretty
  • Occupation
    sitting around and fixing my friends' computers


  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E5-1650
  • Motherboard
    [Dell Precision T3600]
  • RAM
    8GB [4x2GB] DDR3 non-ECC @ 1600MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1050TI SC
  • Case
    [Dell Precision T3600]
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB + SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB [OS]
  • PSU
    300W [Dell Precision T3600 (fairly sure it's just a server PSU)
  • Display(s)
    Late 2009 27" iMac in TDM
  • Cooling
    Dell Precision T3600 Stock + IC Graphite
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy Core
  • Mouse
    ROCCAT Kone AIMO (White)
  • Sound
    Turtle Beach EarForce Stealth 420X+
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 + Ubuntu Furry Remix

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  1. Yes that MB will support the CPU. Like @fuzz0rsaid, and if it doesn't have that version yet, just update
  2. you won't really know until you get it, I would check the spec sheet of where you bought it to see if it has one, but I mean what's an extra DP cable laying around gonna hurt?
  3. I mean, you could probably tape it down or something, but yeah as long as you aren't tossing around the case or tipping it you'll be fine. That's how mine was. I just used some electrical tape and taped the thing down a little and it was all good
  4. honestly dude this build is fantastic, I'm really impressed with how you just went for the mods, kinda wanting to do this with my 780 sff now
  5. That's a different key from the looks of it, I don't think it would work here, see the picture i posted
  6. Nah I mean it's not gonna kill the camera, to be fair some phone chargers output 5.1V, so you should be fine with your camera
  7. https://www.amazon.ca/Fosmon-Extended-Replacement-Battery-Compatible/dp/B00J9PQINK/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=lp-e8+canon&qid=1578593735&sr=8-7 $20 2 pack, at 4.5 stars with 192 reviews, I couldn't find whatever you were mentioning but if I was buying batteries I'd stick to this
  8. This is the closest I could find, unfortunately. Looks to be an NGFF slot https://www.amazon.com/EXPLOMOS-NGFF-Adapter-Power-Cable/dp/B074Z5YKXJ Going off of this imgur guide, it looks like you can get an extender that widens the PCIe plug and allows for a full PCIe slot for a 1050TI https://imgur.com/a/JHoIy Here's that same riser https://www.amazon.com/Express-Female-Riser-Mining-Cable/dp/B00CJE0KJ6/
  9. I'd say that looks like a power plug Honestly I have little idea what this plug really is but it looks like it could be a standard CPU power plug? You should check and see if there's any other better angles to look at. I couldn't find it, however there are adapters that convert this WiFi slot PCIe, so if you googled around you could find one of those and buy it, I don't recall them being cheap tho
  10. I agree here, just finished a build with a Gigabyte B450 and the only reason I did was because the person using the computer wasn't going to be overclocking. Ever. That board may push boost but that's literally it, and don't expect upgrades to play nice.
  11. We can't help you with troubleshooting because you haven't given us any details at all about the computer itself, let alone details of what you've tried and what the card is and anything else. There's literally no way we can help you besides telling you to return the card. Help us help you, give more details, a lot more
  12. There's not really a magic recipe here, your best bet is to go off of Amazon reviews and do your research from there. I know that as long as you aren't buying barely-reviewed or low-reviewed batteries your camera isn't likely to get damaged, but (if you go onto amazon and search your batter model number which i believe is LP-E8), you can find the actual Canon retail packages, and offerings from Amazon basics and Duracell, both of which I'd trust. Hope this helps
  13. If the memory can't deliver data fast enough for your CPU and GPU to process it, neither will see strong usage. I still see that in my system with 1600MHz. What previous card did you have
  14. Chrome does use GPU render but like, that's weird that it's the only thing not enjoying the change. Try this https://windowsreport.com/chrome-black-screen-problem-windows-10/
  15. this is far from enough information to help you at all. you haven't given us your RAM speeds and amounts, your actual issue with your frames (see what @NotSoEpicMods said), or storage or anything like that. Please help us help you by giving more info