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Brokas

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  1. So my friend recently bought a PC (link has all the specs) and the front IO panel has a combo 3.5 mm jack that should have both mic and headphones. When plugging in a device, he is prompted twice regarding what device he just plugged in. Audio only plays through left side. Looking at the Gigabyte audio manager, is displays the front panel has having split audio jacks rather. This issue is something I have not run into before and googling extensively yielded no working solutions. Specs: Windows 10 64 bit Hardware listed here Have Tried: Turning PC OFF and ON (yo
  2. Thats a good point. I am planning on being Ethernet exclusively, but i dont think a wifi card/ dongle could hurt
  3. Does the standard version of the 4000D have much worse airflow relatively to the airflow variant? Or is that something i shouldnt even be too worried about in my build
  4. Currently own a 1060 6gb that I plan to upgrade to a 3060 TI once prices settle. Have all the Storage already. Mainly trying to find a nice case that has good airflow for the future 3060 ti. Not very enthusiastic about the Corsair 275R look. Budget (including currency): Trying to keep this upgrade below 700$ Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Most demanding game will probably be Hunt Showdown. Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refr
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