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Nathan Breese

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  1. If I add an Asrock Thunderbolt 3 AIC to my ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4, will I be able to plug in Thunderbolt devices such as a Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle for Thunderbolt? Or do those thunderbolt connections only work for external displays?
  2. No, I have a license for Windows already as well as the monitor, keyboard, and mouse from the computer I am replacing.
  3. I am building a PC to live stream events at my church and broadcast to multiple TVs within the building. The stream is in 1080p and the video is from a Canon VIXIA HF G60. Also, the computer will be used to edit and and upload videos that are captured. I have a budget of about $1,000 (U.S.) I am looking for recommendations on CPU, Motherboard, and GPU for this setup. I am not sure how important it is to get high-end products for this use, so I can use some advice. Is an AMD or Intel setup better for this purpose?
  4. If I buy a used GPU like a 1050ti that only requires a 300W PSU, would I still need to upgrade it?
  5. I just got a free computer with the following components: -Asus Q87M-E -Intel Core i7-4790 -EVGA GeForce GT 640 -16GB RAM -Two 1TB hard drives -SparklePower 300W PSU The computer is from 2013, and I want to do as little as possible to use it for some casual gaming. Any suggestions for what it needs first?
  6. Thanks for the info. It isn't a display setting issue; I have confirmed that already. I will check to see if a cable is loose, but I doubt it. If I remove the screen, is there a way of testing it to see if it is bad?
  7. I had my laptop (Toshiba Satellite) hooked up to my TV by HDMI. When I unplugged the HDMI, my laptop screen did not light up. I haven't been able to use my laptop screen since, and my device manager doesn't show it as an option. Still works fine when hooked to any external display from any port. I have already confirmed that it is not a burnt out backlight, projection setting issue, or brightness setting. Are there any other options, or is my screen just dead?
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