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Jeff Stubbers

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Phone: (425) 458-0273 x1

Jeff is awesome.
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He's awesome, and mysterious.

HOMETOWN:
Seattle, WA


Jeff Stubbers' Recent Comments:

  • PNY Quadro P2000 PCI-E 5GB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This is a great choice if you are looking for a mid-range 30-bit graphics card (10-bit per channel RGB) for most accurate colors when pairing with a 10-bit monitor. The manufacturer lists this card as supporting up to HDR 5120 x 2880 resolution @ 60Hz with each of its (4) DisplayPort 1.4 outputs.
  • PNY Quadro P4000 PCI-E 8GB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    Nvidia lists this card as supporting (4) 4096x2160 @ 120Hz, or (4) 5120x2880 @ 60Hz.
  • PNY Quadro P600 PCI-E 2GB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    Nvidia lists these (4) Mini DisplayPort outputs as supporting 4x 4096x2160 @ 60Hz, or 4x 5120x2880 @ 60Hz.
  • PNY Quadro P1000 PCI-E 4GB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This is a great card choice when you need to support many monitors for tasks like day-trading. This is a moderately powerful graphics card, but if you have higher-end 3D demanding programs that you intend to run such as CAD or 3D modeling, then you would want to choose a more powerful graphics card.

    When choosing a graphics card, it is always important to make sure the monitor(s) that you intend to use will have compatible connection types with the graphics card outputs.

    This card can support (4) 4K displays (4096x2160 @ 60Hz) with HDR color using its (4) Mini DisplayPort 1.4 connections.

    Keep in mind that if you use the Mini DP to DVI adapters, the maximum resolution from those DVI adapters will be 1920x1200.
  • ASRock Z270M Extreme4 picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This is a nice smaller Micro-ATX motherboard that allows for smaller case choices. However the down side is that it comes with less PCI-E expansion slots - a total of 4. If you would like more PCI-E expansion slots, you may want to consider the standard ATX sized Asus STRIX Z270E instead, which has 7 PCI-E slots.
  • Asus STRIX Z270E picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This motherboard can support up to (3) monitors with its single-link DVI-D, which supports up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz resolution max, HDMI 1.4b, which can carry a 3D 1080p video signal at 120 Hz, and support up to 4096x2160 resolution at 24 Hz / 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz, and DisplayPort 1.2, which can support 4096 x 2304 @ 24 Hz / 3840x2160 resolution at 60 Hz.

    This motherboard comes with (1) USB 3.1 Type A (rectangle USB shape), and (1) USB 3.1 Type C (new smaller unidirectional) connection available in the back of your system. USB 3.1 Type C is how they should have made USB ports in the first place. They will work regardless of the direction you plug them into the port, unlike how Type A needs to be put in a certain direction to fit and operate properly. This board also comes with (4) USB 3.0 ports, (1) PS/2 hybrid port, (1) Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 port, 8-channel 1/8th plug ports, with (1) Optical S/PDIF output, and includes mounting spots for (2) M.2 drives, Wireless 802.11AC, & Bluetooth 4.1.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    It is interesting to note that one difference this card has compared to the other GTX 10xx series cards is that it drops the DVI output. Instead this card has (1) HDMI, & (3) DisplayPort outputs. So please make sure your monitor(s) have compatible inputs.
  • Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    Both the Black Fractal Design Define R5, and Titanium Fractal Design Define R5 use the same black side panels. The only difference between those two is the color of the front door.
  • Asus Prime Z270-A picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This motherboard can support up to (3) monitors with its single-link DVI, which supports up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz resolution max, HDMI 1.4b, which can carry a 3D 1080p video signal at 120 Hz, and support up to 4096x2160 resolution at 24 Hz / 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz, and DisplayPort 1.2, which can support 4096 x 2304 @ 24 Hz / 3840x2160 resolution at 60 Hz.

    This motherboard comes with (1) USB 3.1 Type A (rectangle USB shape), and (1) USB 3.1 Type C (new smaller unidirectional) connection available in the back of your system. USB 3.1 Type C is how they should have made USB ports in the first place. They will work regardless of the direction you plug them into the port, unlike how Type A needs to be put in a certain direction to fit and operate properly. This board also comes with (4) USB 3.0 ports, (1) PS/2 hybrid port, (1) Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 port, 8.1 channel 1/8th plug ports, with (1) Optical S/PDIF output, and includes mounting spots for (2) M.2 drives.
  • Asus PA279Q 27 Inch IPS LCD Monitor w/ 100% sRGB picture
    Jeff Stubbers (Mr. Customer Service) Says:
    This is an excellent monitor for the photo editing professional. This is a 10-bit AH-IPS monitor that Asus lists as having 100% sRGB, 99% AdobeRGB and 120% NTSC color reproduction. So to get the best color reproduction, it is recommended to use a workstation class graphics card (Quadro / FirePro), since they are the only cards capable of 30-bit color (10-bit per channel RGB). So if accurate color reproduction is important for you, this is a step in the right direction.

    This monitor comes with three digital input types: 1 DVI, 1 HDMI, & 1 DisplayPort, along with a DisplayPort output to daisy-chain to another DisplayPort monitor.

    This monitor also provides the following input cables:
    (1) DisplayPort cable
    (1) Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable
    (1) DVI cable
    (1) HDMI cable