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Indian pc builder

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    Indian pc builder reacted to Alex Atkin UK in i am confused how windows licences work   
    They already answered that, if it was a retail license then yes you can transfer it to the other device but no you cannot use it on both at the same time, the old PC will become deactivated after activating the new one.
     
    I'm not aware of any specific benefit of linking it to your Microsoft account, although I do know when I ran out of reactivations they could see I had been a long time user migrating from PC to PC and were happy to re-issue a new license.
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    Indian pc builder reacted to berberries in will i be able to use a gigabyte oc card with an asus motherboard, or will i have to get another one   
    Brand of GPU and brand of motherboard has no correlation whatsoever, other than less pain in the ass with RGB software if it is all the same brand. So in short, no you don't need a new motherboard
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    Indian pc builder reacted to Middcore in will i be able to use a gigabyte oc card with an asus motherboard, or will i have to get another one   
    Yes you can use the Gigabyte card on the Asus board. Regardless of the brand of the card, they're all the same chips made by AMD or Nvidia connected to the board through a PCIe interface. 
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    Indian pc builder reacted to Dedayog in will i be able to use a gigabyte oc card with an asus motherboard, or will i have to get another one   
    You can pretty much use any brand with any other brand.  Am I misunderstanding?
     
     
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    Indian pc builder reacted to adarw in will i be able to use a gigabyte oc card with an asus motherboard, or will i have to get another one   
    well if both the card and the motherboard use the same port (pcie) yes.
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    Indian pc builder reacted to tkitch in How do I connect an Ethernet and a Wi-Fi connection to a windows laptop and use them both?   
    This.  There is no simple way to do this at home on a laptop.
     
    TCP/IP Traffic isn't that smart, and unless you add fairly pricey hardware, you won't be "sharing" pipes like that.
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    Indian pc builder reacted to Allan B in How do I connect an Ethernet and a Wi-Fi connection to a windows laptop and use them both?   
    If you know specific traffic you want to send over the second connection you can create a static route on your machine to direct traffic to a specific IP Address (or range) over your 2nd connection..  Example, all traffic uses primary internet except for destination x.x.x.x.
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    Indian pc builder got a reaction from Slayerking92 in How do I connect an Ethernet and a Wi-Fi connection to a windows laptop and use them both?   
    I have an Ethernet cable coming to my laptop along with a WiFi connection i want to use both to do multiple internet intensive tasks at the same time. anyone know how?
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