well it isnt slim and light but if you want power, this laptop is under $1000 and has a gtx 1060, which is great for gaming
No, it's on this door that comes on the case, which holds 2 2.5inch drives. In the picture you can see the sata power and data cable coming out of the door right under the front fan, sort of where the graphics card is
well if you want OSX, the easy and legal way is to get a mac. https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/imac?product=MNDY2LL/A&step=config#
But if you want to build a computer with OSX installed, you can't just pick any parts, you need to get ones that have driver compatibility with OSX, which is limited. Start looking into building a 'hackintosh'. There are tons of forums about it.
no one knows. it hasn't been announced yet.
Mining altcoins, GTX 1080 ti will be the best. GTX 1060 has the best/fastest return on investment.
win10 is the best for gaming
its the same
1070 ti for that MSI card is cheaper than the 1070
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How is that trolling
It's fast and light weight
It is a PSU issue, buy a new PSU.
Try switching cables.
Make sure that a cable is not hitting it.
Yeah its fine, PCPartpicker has a built-in compatibility checker.
Not sure. How do I know if I formatted them?
Tried that, didn't work
Laptop in this price range will be hard. I reccomend getting a refurbished laptop off ebay or something like that
I would look at either the RX 480 or the RX 470
Otherwise I would double check everything, something might not be plugged in correctly
check all the power cables
it normally means that something is missing essential to a computer (ram, cpu, storage)
It turns off and on like that when it isn't hooked up to a display
Is your computer plugged into a monitor?
Did you plug it into a monitor? Send us a list of your parts.
Yes it will, it works great too I have one.
You have to buy a Wi-Fi Card.
I would get a wired one, wireless mice and keyboards can have some latency depending on which one you get. Wireless also costs a lot more.
I actually changed my mind a little bit and went with the i3, though it lacks cores, it is a much newer chip and will be easy to upgrade to a better processor like an i7 6700k in the future (if necessary). It also uses DDR4 which is a lot newer. The FX 6300 has aged a lot, and intel will be a lot more reliable. The intel i3 beats the FX 6300 in most games but not all, games that require more cores perform better on the FX 6300. Make sure that you get the RX 480 with 4GB of vram if you want to stay under $500 (excluding the ssd). An SSD is a great idea and will speed up your boot time for your operating system of choice. The maximum amount of ram that you can upgrade to is 32GB, but 16GB is more then enough for gaming.
Wow that worked. Thanks!
How should i do that
Windows 10 anniversary edition Home, the OS Build is 14393.82, it is 64 bit.
Today I would go with something like this:
If you are strict on $500, get the RX 480 with 4GB of vram for $40 less.
You have to buy the 64 bit version of Windows.
To get the hard drive working you have to format it.
If it doesn't show in Disk Management it means you either plugged it in wrong or its faulty.
Scored a little over 7000 when overclocked in Firestrike.
So you just want the CPU? No GPU?
And do you want soft or hard tubing? Softer is a lot cheaper.
Do you want a reservoir too?
It didn't give me a score for the PSU
If you want to save some money
go onto mac.com and buy a new apple device.
Sure, but not on Ultra settings...
Get a 1070 instead of 970.
It runs all games flawlessly. Best price for performance imo.
It is an amazing SSD for the price. I got it for $34.99 and it boots windows in 4 seconds and makes overall browsing a lot faster.
It can. I will be posting benchmarks soon.