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    AMD Phenom II X6 1090t @ 4.0Ghz
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    Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5
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    Kingston HyperX 8GB
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    Evga GTX 770 SC
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    Cooler Master 690 II Advanced
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    ADATA SX900, WD Black
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    Corsair HX850
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    LG Flatron IPS234
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    Scythe Ninja 3
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  1. yes your gpu can handle it. even iGPU from intel can drive 4k 60hz
  2. it uses the stock amd mounting points, it will work
  3. my parents have a very similar pc that my sister runs Minecraft on. you can extend the life of it with these upgrades: get an Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 Plus (cpu cooler, runs cool and quiet and its cheap) get a 120gb-250gb SSD for your OS get a GPU like RX 460 or GTX 1050ti
  4. whats the reason for upgrading? what do you use this pc for?
  5. matter of convenience. cases dont have any room for fans on the back because of the mobo IO and PCIe slots cases have more area at the front for fans, and also dust filters are much more convenient to clean when theyre at the front of the case
  6. mobo you should be able to run your ram at 2400mhz, enable XMP in bios
  7. no its just a pretty notepad
  8. review says it doesnt draw compenents from a database, you have to manually type it out or just use a notepad app or just bookmark a pcpartpicker link
  9. unfortunately your system does not support more than 4gb of ram check page 7 here :
  10. dont get that APU, you would need a motherboard for it too + more ram (and faster ram) and its would be wise to wait for ryzen APU announcements EDIT: did not read your current mobo is dead.
  11. on you can search for a product, and then in the bottom left see how people have used this component in their builds, with photos.
  12. sort for "mini tower" then buy a GPU elsewhere
  13. anything that supports a 120/140mm fan, and then spend money on like a 2000rpm fan = great cooling and unbearable noise lol