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  1. Here are all 6GB 1060 cards for sale in DK. Sorted by price. Here is two that looks interesting: Link - Link but is a bit more expensive. Are there other factors than the read and write speed? Because if there is not then this Silicon Power S55 SSD seems the best. Alright, thank you. What speed do you think would do his pc well? I cant get another stick of the exact same ram because they are not sold anymore.
  2. I really want to just not get the new MOBO and have everything work I have been struggling with it for so long that I don't remember what I have tried. Do you have any experience in this matter? Would reinstall the bio work? Or is there some motherboard driver I might need? I have tried installing the WiFi card driver but that's not the problem.
  3. Since the price difference is not too big I will go with the 6GB instead. Does it care if it's a compact version? Should I get one with a backplate? As I said, prices in Denmark are all over the place so it hard to find whats best for my money. The 275 GB MX300 is 21$ more expensive than the cheapest SSD which is a 240 GB Kingston UV400. If you want to help me out, here is a price comparison for all SSD's for sale in Denmark.(You can translate with the integrated translate plugin with the chrome browser) So will DDR4 ram work with DDR3?
  4. Thank you for your response What ram should I get? He got gifted a PCE-AC6 some time ago. So it's a quite expensive one. I can for the love of Santa Claus not get it to work. So I think it just doesn't work on that motherboard(about 5% sure). I have the same and it works on my computer. I have tried everything, over hours.
  5. Why would I get the 6GB over the 3GB GTX 1060? Is there any 120 GB SSD you can recommend? Any ram you can recommend? Thank for you for posting.
  6. Ok so GTX 1060 3GB it will be. Do you have any recommendations for a 120 GB SSD? Do you have any recommendations for ram? Will Any ram be compatible with each other? Could you please explain why an extra 8GB is needed, Thanks
  7. Hello, I am looking to upgrade my brothers pc. He has been complaining, saying its too slow and lags in games. He is not good with computers and I have a basic knowledge. I reformatted his pc and reinstalled windows, but it still had problems with loading times and low framerates. He plays AAA games like Battlefield 1, Far cry 4 and Fallout 4. He also plays poorly optimized games like DayZ, ARK: Survival Evolved and Battlegrounds. He is looking to play Assassin's Creed Origins if he gets it for Christmas. He uses a 60Hz monitor and does not need to play games at the highest settings. Medium graphics settings will do, for the most demanding games. I am thinking he needs to upgrade almost everything. A new motherboard is needed since the one he currently has doesn't support his wifi adapter. An SSD with space enough for windows and small everyday programs is also something I'm looking for. Should I choose Ryzen and/or Vega? If someone were so kind to help me out I would love for you to look up the price of the part on https://www.computersalg.dk/ which is my primary place to buy computer parts here in Denmark. For price comparison, http://www.pricerunner.dk/ is the best site with Danish crowns to use. Prices in Denmark is different from in the USA. If there is anything you think you could help me with I would appreciate it a lot if you would. I always come back to the LTT forum for help. And have never been let down Specs: CPU: Intel Core i5 4440 GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 RAM: Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB OS: Windows 10 64-bit MOBO: Gigabyte H81M-DS2V Drive: WD Black 1TB PSU: Coolermaster Thunder 600W Info: Budget: Willing to pay what it takes. But without paying extra for features he won't use. Used for: Gaming. Country: Denmark. Monitors: Single monitor with 60hz at 1080p. Goal: Getting my brother's computer upgraded to a point where he can play the newest AAA games with a solid 60 FPS. Not having slow startups. Transferring files, opening programs and operate his pc with ease. Webshop used: https://www.computersalg.dk/ Let me know if any more information is needed. I'm willing to take benchmarks. Thank you in advance.
  8. I actually just figured that out before reading this. what are the odds haha You can actually get it for much cheaper on other sites. Here is a link to http://www.allkeyshop.com/ wich I always use to compare prices. I'm just gonna go with the OEM edition of course. I just hope that won't be a problem in the future but we'll see.
  9. @DocSwag I guess that's it. This is the parts I'm going to buy. Here is the option to add it to your cart. I heard that the RX 580 will be in stock next month, so I added it. BTW remember to make a new cart or remove the parts that in your cart before adding the new one. Thank you and everyone that helped!
  10. @DocSwag I'm sure 450 will be enough for the current setup. But if he wants to upgrade in the future, would it be smarter to buy a higher watt PSU?
  11. Thanks for this great post. Very helpful. I will change my shopping list according to this!
  12. I'm from Denmark, so the prices don't tell me much. Denmark has very expensive electronics. It has some of the world's worst PC part prices.
  13. The RX 580 is sold out everywhere in Europe. It will get restocked in 2 months of something like that. So if I won't wait until then is the 1060 3G a good replacement? I can get the Ryzen 1600 for an extra $30. Is it worth it then, price wise? The ASRock AB350 Mobo I can get. Should it be the ATX or Micro? What are the differences? Can you recommend any good SSDs? I could find one myself. But if you feel nice you could help me find a better PSU? Thanks for the help
  14. I've been using a 250 SSD and a 1TB Drive and never had this problem. I don't think that will be a problem.