Probably no gaming. Any reason for recommending that SSD over the PNY? Looking at this site the PNY has faster speeds for the same price.
You could look into something like this: https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Powerline-Adapter-Starter-TL-PA4010KIT/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=pd_lpo_147_bs_t_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=0YGNA8H7JX0M4BFGP66Y
Case fans plug into the motherboard, not the power supply itself.
My audio cable didn't go all the way down on the pins either; it went about 80% down and wouldn't go any further and I was afraid to force it any further, but (knock on wood) I haven't had any issues regardless.
Even the keyboard looks old and junky. +1 to true dedication.
The case fans have their own power cable that plugs into the system fan headers on the motherboard. By front I/O header do you mean the front panel header? The front panel header is things like the LED lights on the case, power switch cable, etc.
Depending on how demanding of games you play you probably could have used a 4GB 480 or even a 470 and used the saved cash for a SSD. Also if you had 2x4 RAM you could use dual channel.
Using 2 sticks will allow you to use dual channel, where just 1 stick would not.
You'll definitely a 1 TB HDD (or two).
Have you tried starting it without the HDDs, GPU, and RAM to see if it would get to the BIOS?
1 x 24-pin ATX main power connector
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector
1 x CPU fan header
1 x water cooling fan header (CPU_OPT)
3 x system fan headers
1 x front panel header
1 x front panel audio header
1 x S/PDIF Out header
1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header
1 x Thunderbolt™ add-in card connector
1 x serial port header
1 x Clear CMOS jumper
1 x audio gain control switch
Looks like you'd have a spot to plug in the three case fans but I don't see a spot for the extra ones.
What happens if you release and renew your IP address? Have you made changes to the setting in the ethernet controller properties dialog box?
I had a problem with staying connected on a laptop similar to your problem, uninstalling and reinstalling the network adapter did the trick for me.
How could I find out if it's wired to be grounded by using the tab on the adapter?
For what it's worth, the outlet I would be using I currently use to plug my laptop into by using one of these adapters, and have been using it for months with no problem.
On a unrelated note...anybody want a code for Hitman for cheap?
You definitely don't need a CPU cooler. Why a SSD? Wouldn't you benefit from having more storage space with a HDD?
Are these new cards? Just wondering why there's no reviews/builds with them.
If you click on Details for TRIPLE15 it says it expires 11/15/2016, that's what I was going off of.
I was about to make a similar thread asking which motherboard would be best for an i5-6500 (non-overclocking)
I'm considering the Gigabyte GA-H170M-D3H and the ASRock H170M Pro4; the ASRock is currently discounted on NewEgg to $75 (normally 95), should I jump on that deal? I'm building a budget CPU (~$600) so not looking to spend too much.
When it comes to Intel IGPU, is there a breakdown/ranking of the different ones? I see the 460 is recommended in this thread but how does that stand compared to the 530?