Windows 10: compatibility
Last Intel i7 processor I got required paste. You should be ok with the stock Intel cooler. You have a Samsung SSD in your list for the boot drive so your WD HDD will work for storage. Fans are the same you just reverse them for intake or exhaust. Glad you got the video figured out.
To be honest with you, I have, over the years used probably hundreds if not thousands of different cable adaptors, 20-30 years ago there was a lot less standardisation so the adaptor of some kind was more often needed,
Yes they can cause issues at times, but as long as you look for a quality device, Avoid the cheap bargain and look for a major supplier, with good user review, you should find that they are little problem in use.
For your use I would suggest you look for a cabled solution, if possible, to provide a better connection from end to end
Is this your mobo..... ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING LGA 1151 Intel Z170 HDMI SATA 6Gbs USB 3.1 USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard - Newegg.com
If so then it has all 4 port types. So all you would need is a cable to match the connection type of your monitor.
Again....you don't mention anything about a GPU. If you connect your monitor to the mobo.....you will be using the onboard GPU that's embedded on the CPU. Which is the Intel HD Graphics 530 and it's not that good.
>>Thanks a lot for the positive feedback. Any incompatibility catch your eye. I saw where my 1st board did not have a DVI port for my new monitor and did not like adapter so have newer board.
I am currently using WD + Malwarebytes anti-malware (premium) & Malwarebytes anti-exploit (premium), and I am thinking of switching to a paid anti-virus solution such as Vipre. Do Malwarebytes and Vipre play nice?
I just upgraded to Win 10. I have used Eudora 7 because of it's ability to be versatile in my uses. I want to keep the app.
Here are some issues I have found:
Problems clicking links in emails - appears Win 10 is preventing links from working...
I keep getting a window popup saying this program started in compatibility mode ...where is it and how do I turn it off?
I have W10 on my laptop and the graphic cards are being shown as incompatible and am currently using Windows VGA mode. I have dual card one for battery and one for elec plug in Radeon HD 4xxx series and HD 5xxx series respectively.
I'm doing some research on an old application that I'm taking care of.
As of Windows 8, it works if the Windows compatibility mode is se to "Windows 7" and I confirmed it also works if I set the compatibility mode on Windows 10.
That problem I'm...