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About jedylan

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  1. It was really inexpensive, I would not have bought one new
  2. Got a used RTX2080 to replace my GTX1080TI. When I switched the cards I got... nothing... I can still get an image from the motherboard's output and, if I switch back to my 1080TI it works. But the RTX2080 does not light up, fans do not spin and PCIE slot is empty in the bios. I have removed and reinserted the card 5 times pressing harder on it every time. Part list : https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/22Kk4q
  3. Looks Awsome would love to add this next to my 34UM95
  4. I need a new laptop for business outside my office, as light as possible and good battery life. My main issue is that I always end up looking at 1500$+ Laptops and I would like to stay under a 1000$CAD Main Uses: Photoshop, Lightroom, Serato DJ Minimum Specs: Between 13 and 15 inch SSD 128Gb+ ( would love to say 500Gb SSD but no laptop includes those so the only option would be to buy a cheaper laptop and buy the SSD on top ) 1080p IPS Screen ( up to 1440p no need for 4K) Windows 10 64bit i5 1.07GHz 2Gb of VRAM ( does not have to be de
  5. I have a pair of GTX780 in SLI hooked to a LG 34UM95. It runs everything pretty smoothly, except when the games don't support SLI, then it is a PAIN going under 30fps most of the time. So I am looking into buying a GTX980TI, and selling my two 780's. It would be a much better performance for games that don't support SLI, but I am not sure when compared to both my cards together. Is it a good Idea?
  6. You mean the C: drive would be corrupted? ( I currently have 5 drives plugged in )
  7. Yes I did but I did on many computers, I upgraded 8 PCs last week, only this one has a problem, some upgrades even solved some problems. When I restart my PC the problem is solved, but I currently work with about 12 HDDs and when I swap drives the problem comes back.
  8. When I try to open any folder in Windows 10. Progress bar stops at 90% and stays there even after 1hour, and there is no links to important folders like my drives, my pc and my documents. This PC runs on a Q6600 processor with 8Gb of RAM, and a Radeon HD3600
  9. Might, but this is an other soundcard I rarely use it and it is not installed yet that is why
  10. I have a few sound cards in my system but the one I use most often is my SoundBlaster Z for the 5.1 Optical out. Since I made a fresh install of Windows 10 the card makes weird popping noises when PC is under load. I have installed Latest Drivers and Softwares from the SoundBlaster website, I have tried changing the card to another slot, still makes the noise. The Noises start when PC is under load and there is a lot of sound. Exemples: Video Games, Streaming Movies/ Youtube videos , Editing Sound in Adobe CC. The problems seems to be overheating. At first I thought it was becaus
  11. I am looking for under 1000$USD / 1200$CAD laptop primarily for digital art in photoshop. But also for some gaming and web browsing. I have a 3000$ tower that i use for most of my work but i need to go mobile and be able to work on the go. I sometimes work with files pictures of 40000px x 20000px. I dont want a Mac.
  12. Is there a lot of 5.1 cheap external DAC's?
  13. With this sound system I can have a optical input, would it be best to go optical, and add a external or internal sound-card with optical output (since the motherboard doesn't have one)?
  14. I have recently noticed a background noise that is always present in my speakers. I have recorded the noise for you to hear. I have the Logitech Z906 500W 5.1ch speakers and Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones. To see the rest of my pc parts: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/YQPscf Since I know some things about audio, I started testing to find the source of the noise. I tried: My 5.1 speakers plugged with the three 3.5mm audio jacks in the back of the PC: I get noise My 5.1 speakers plugged with the three 3.5mm audio jacks in the back of the PC with the headphones plugged in the controll