Looks like a good build to me. No glaring issues.
If you have the budget, I'd suggest going with the 960 PRO. The MLC 3D NAND is a lot faster and more durable compared to TLC 3D NAND which is preferred if you're constantly transferring lots of photo and video files, but it's not crucial.
Hey guys, i want to build my first PC for photo and video editing, i have been doing some research, my budget is arround U$S 1500. I made this list but i am not sure if this parts will work well together. Please give me a hand, i will be very thankful.
PS: I will be mostly using Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Lightroom and After Effects for now.
For those interested, Amazing is running a sale on the Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit which is now priced at $148.88 + Free Shipping. The kit includes everything you need for a basic home monitoring system: Samsung SmartThings Hub, two Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensors, Samsung SmartThings Motion Sensor, and Samsung SmartThings Outlet.
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For those looking for a new dashcam, Anker is running a sale via Amazon for the Roav. The Roav is a 1080P @ 30p dashcam with a Sony Exmor sensor, 145 degree wide angle lens, 2.4" LCD, nightvision, parking mode.
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Amazon is running a sale right now on the Steam Controller and the Steam Link. Currently, they're priced at $35 and $15 respectively. This is likely due to the Steam Summer Sale going on right now.
Steam Controller: https://www.amazon.com/Steam-Controller/dp/B016KBVBCS/
Steam Link: https://www.amazon.com/Steam-Link/dp/B016XBGWAQ/
What you can do really depends on which model of the Optiplex 780 you have. If the specs on the spec sheet linked below are correct and you own the MT version, you should be able to upgrade to a Core 2 Quad and a GTX 1050 Ti. It should've also came with a 305W PSU which should be enough, but I would check for a spare PCIe 6-pin connector from the PSU.
i have a dell optiplex 780 with intel core 2 duo e7500 and 5 hard drives that add upto 1tb or so and 10gb ram and a nvidia gt430 2gb . i need a more powerful processor that would support nvidia gtx 1050ti 4gb ram or an amd rx 560 or a better one . plus what would be the ideal power supply ?
Yes, you can write VBA codes to do that for you. I just find a macro which may be close to what you need.
Dim objMainFolder As Outlook.Folder
Dim lItemsCount As Long
'Select a folder
Set objMainFolder = Outlook.Application.Session.PickFolder
If objMainFolder Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "You choose select a valid folder!", vbExclamation + vbOKOnly, "Warning for Pick Folder"
'Initialize the total count
lItemsCount = 0
Call LoopFolders(objMainFolder, lItemsCount)
'Display a message for the total count
MsgBox "There are " & lItemsCount & " items in the " & objMainFolder.Name & " folder Including its subfolders.", vbInformation, "Count Items"
Sub LoopFolders(ByVal objCurrentFolder As Outlook.Folder, lCurrentItemsCount As Long)
Dim objSubfolder As Outlook.Folder
lCurrentItemsCount = lCurrentItemsCount + objCurrentFolder.Items.Count
'Process all folders and subfolders recursively
If objCurrentFolder.Folders.Count Then
For Each objSubfolder In objCurrentFolder.Folders
Call LoopFolders(objSubfolder, lCurrentItemsCount)
And here is the link of the macro, tou can see if it helps