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About harrym9

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  • CPU
    AMD Fx 8320 @ 4 ghz
  • Motherboard
    Msi 970 Gaming
  • RAM
    32gb Corsair Vengeance (4x8gb) 1600mhz
  • GPU
    Asus Direct Cu II OC R9 290 4gb
  • Case
  • Storage
    Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Tournament
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder 2013 (Ergonomics)
  • Sound
    Logitech G430 7.1
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 (not updating to Windows 10!)
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  1. It would work but if you are patient and save up you should go for a i5 5690k and atleast a r9 280/gtx 960. To be fair no games are going to run well with the gtx 750ti, you might get like 30 fps on medium settings, and max settings aren't really an option. But if you aren't patient go ahead. (gaming pc's are too much )
  2. My brother gave me his old PC a while back which he bought from another guy online. The CPU is an intel i7 with I think 4 cores, although on CPU-z and system properties there is no model number, it just says Intel i7 @2.67ghz. I removed the cooler and there is no model number or at least not anymore, copper is exposed. How do I work out what CPU this is? Very faintly at the bottom of the chip I see a number: e44476 61 101. This is all that I can go off considering this was from my old PC which is now broken although the CPU is still in shape. Note that this CPU is not compatible with my new PC (msi gaming 970). Any ideas what CPU this is/was? Is there such thing as a unmarked i7?
  3. like i said i don't know much about monitors, thanks though for clearing it up.
  4. fx 8320 @ 4ghz, asus r9 290 OC, 32 gb ddr3 ram, some kingston ssd. all i know off the top of my head.
  5. Currently i play a whole lot of CSGO with a 60hz monitor. This has been fine for a while but now i am within the top 3 mm ranks (EU), I think maybe it's time to upgrade. I am looking to buy a 144 hz monitor for csgo. Which one is best for the money and what should i avoid? Here are some examples however when it comes to monitors i don't know what i am doing . Or should i just wait until i have enough for a 240hz monitor? Budget - £250 (absolute maximum) Examples I have found: http://www.awd-it.co.uk/aoc-g2460pqu-24-inch-144hz-widescreen-led-hdmi-multimedia-gaming-monitor.html?gclid=Cj0KEQjw58ytBRDMg-HVn4LuqasBEiQAhPkhukcKReh2F4HsIawBlk2uZuquicct3SErrVPwl-idWOoaAvet8P8HAQ http://transparent-uk.com/asus-vg248qe-24-widescreen-144hz-1ms-gaming-led-monitor-black.html?utm_source=google_shopping&gclid=Cj0KEQjw58ytBRDMg-HVn4LuqasBEiQAhPkhuojJS0pK0UkVkMHn3HAQJNpHGDuzmzAwfE0cAFdCOYUaAt9B8P8HAQ - Thanks
  6. thankyou, don't worry i already have an ssd i forgot to mention.
  7. The 32gb was from my brothers pc, i was not gonna pay like $220 for ram Although i understand what you are saying and in future i may switch to intel (obviously changing motherboard etc.) But for now i will see how it goes. i7 4770k? i5 4690k? (i think they are the ones off the top of my head, correct me if i am wrong)
  8. sapphire, if they do vapor x then go for that.
  9. Well in theory my budget is fairly high regarding a new cpu, to be honest as long as i don't top $400 then it's not too much of an issue.