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  1. Joe Rogan The Doug Stanhope Podcast 2 Bears 1 Cave Sward and Scale
  2. You can flash it back to stock but you might see better performance with the mining BIOS if you patch the GPU drivers to work with it because they usually have better VRAM timings.
  3. I've used these in everything from cars to computers, they're easy to wire and hold up great. https://www.amazon.com/MCIGICM-Waterproof-Electrical-Connector-Terminals/dp/B0829SMM5N/ref=sr_1_20?crid=106OQZWEVAGOK&dchild=1&keywords=2+pin+connector&qid=1611224950&sprefix=2+pin+%2Caps%2C191&sr=8-20
  4. Hello johnny5c!

    I have read Your old post about Soundabout app. I am trying to listen to music from my android phone wireless by bluetooth speaker, with jack headphones plugged in smartphone. 

    Can You give me some solutions about it?

    I dont know how to use this application.

    Which exact lines should I select or deselect when I want to listen to music through headphones and wireless speaker simultaneously?

    Is it even possible to do on android?

     

     

    Please help me, if You want, because  I do not speak english very well and its hard to me to write that technical language.

    I was trying to find some more information but only You said that it is possible.

     

    Have a good day!

    Tomek

     

  5. I have a couple of these from Monoprice and they're great for the price, https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=39635&gclid=CjwKCAiA8ov_BRAoEiwAOZogwQwq6hcqT9YXeK2RWNH6UBhSoUTQn08fHMameSnD7iGFusOMIZfvexoCTIgQAvD_BwE
  6. The purpose of a ground is to provide a additional path back to the panel in the event that there's a short or surge, what you're asking is more like shielding.
  7. Does your 3-prong to 2-prong adapter have a tab with a hole on the 2-prong end? If it does it's possible to ground it through the outlet cover plate screw. In the US most older homes with 2-prong outlets have grounded metal boxes that uses the BX cable's metal conduit to establish a ground back to the breaker/fuse panel.
  8. Try removing the M.2 drive and see if then it will let you get into the BIOS.
  9. Check that a standoff isn't in the wrong hole on the motherboard tray and causing a short.
  10. Think it's the same model but not at work right now, gray front panel with 4x USB next to the audio jacks under the slim ODD. But basically the SFF with a i7 3770 and a 240 watt PSU. The 1050 Ti is only powered by the PCI-e slot and it's a 90 watt CPU so the whole system only draws around 200 watts.
  11. Actually I can verify that it will work just fine with the 240w stock PSU, I have a Optiplex with a i7 3770 at work and been running a low profile MSI 1050 Ti for a couple years now.
  12. Make sure the connection to the motherboard isn't upside down.
  13. If you can stretch your budget by a little the LG 27GL83A-B meets all your requirements plus has a 1ms IPS panel, my wife has one and it's money well spent. There's cheaper options but most with that response time and resolution are VA panels which I personally don't mind but is a deal breaker for some, the Samsung G5 and the Asus TUF are two that I would recommend.
  14. Maybe stretch the budget to step up to a 5800X, with editing and if you're going to use this build for as long as you did the Ivory Bridge the extra cores will definitely be worth it.
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