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mechahitler45

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About mechahitler45

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1999-10-21

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Utah, USA
  • Interests
    Memes
  • Biography
    I enjoy memes
  • Occupation
    Host at a Sushi Resturant
  1. I would like a 27" but I am not super picky. I was looking at the Asus VG248QE but it is just a little bit out of my budget.
  2. I live in an area that is very sparse on tech but I will definitely look
  3. I want to be able to run games at 1080p High-Ultra settings 60fps+ Anything I should know or change before I pull the trigger? Also What are some good 1080p monitors that wont break the bank? https://pcpartpicker.com/list/TTqXwV
  4. This will be my first time venturing into the realm of PC gaming so probably a bit of everything Strictly gaming. I use my phone for social media and I dont do content creation. I was looking at the Asus VQ248QE but I am not set on any in particular. I am going to get a 1080p monitor regardless I dont know how but I would definitely love to I am a very function over form kind of guy at least until I have a budget for it. Nothing fancy is perfectly alright with me
  5. Could you possibly put a build together for me?
  6. I recently decided a Ryzen CPU is a lot more affordable and sensible for my needs and my budget. I am only going to be gaming and was unsure if I should choose the 1500x and save money or if I should make the jump to the 1600 for the 6 cores and 12 threads. I will be playing at 1080p so a gtx 1060 will suit my needs. I dont know which to get though I have heard good things about Gigabyte and PNY models. I already have peripherals so I just need the system and a monitor, dont worry about OS. My budget is $800 though i can spend up to $950. If you have any advice or think I should change my mind on a graphics card or CPU let me know This will be my first build so I am open to any and all help.
  7. I live in an area that is very sparse for fairly priced components. Ive seen 5 year old cards being sold for the original price, but never a 980ti. Thanks for the suggestion, Ill keep an eye out!
  8. Do you have a specific brand or model you would suggest?
  9. This will be my first build. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Bm73JV I have spent time and looked into each of these parts and decided these will suit my PC gaming needs to start off with.I plan on upgrading my system after i get it. I am choosing to stick with the stock cooler because I am on a budget and have no plans to overclock. Noise also isnt a huge problem for me. I plan on getting the red variant of my case when it comes time to purchase all the parts but i prefer to focus on performance instead of looks. My budget is $200 - $300 dollars for my GPU but I can be fairly flexible. I want to be able to hit at least 60 fps at 1080p on high-ultra settings. The GTX 1060 3GB has caught my eye I am having trouble deciding which card to get and would love assistance anyway possible. I would like to stay on the green side of the fence but if there is an AMD card that makes a compelling fist choice Id love to hear about it. I have peripherals and dont need OS. I live in Utah, USA
  10. Thanks for the help, I can now sleep at night
  11. I was led to believe that the 2 USB 2.0 connectors wouldn't fit in USB 3.0 / 3.1 Is that just my stupid noob logic? I am after all converting from console gaming.
  12. Hello once more all you wonderful people of the internet. I am not very tech savvy but I have friends who are, or at least think they are. Yesterday I heard two of them talking about which is the better case the Fractal Design Define R5 or the CoolerMaster Mastercase Pro 5. I was wondering what all of you thought. What are the pros and cons of these two cases? Which is best? Do they both suck?
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