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About machinima811

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  • CPU
    ntel i7700k 4.2Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus PrimeZ270-A
  • GPU
    Asus Dual gtx 1050ti 4gb
  • Storage
    Western Digital 1Tb HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 450 B80+
  • Display(s)
    32" Samsung 1366x768 60hz [shitty ass tv from 2012]
  • Cooling
    Cryorig H7 CPU COOLER
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker
  • Mouse
    DragonWar Dragonuv
  • Sound
    Turtle Beaches Recon50
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. UPDATE: Thanks everyone for your input! I will be definitely getting the GPU I recently had a job for 2 weeks, and now I have the opportunity to upgrade my graphics card using the paycheck I got. My current Graphics Card is a used ASUS GeForce® DUAL GTX 1050Ti 4GB The Card I am interested in purchasing is a GeForce® RTX 2060 SUPER™ GAMING OC WHITE 8G I don't know if the upgrade will be a huge step-up or not, and I don't think it will be worth all the money if it isn't. I would probably end up spending some of the money on buying a chroma keyboard, and rgb lighting for my gaming area otherwise since my rgb strip recently burnt out. Current Build: @1080p 144hz MOBO Asus Prime Z270-A CPU Intel i7-7700k 4.2Ghz GPU Asus 1050ti 4GB RAM Corsair 16GB 2666Mhz
  2. i like reliable storage, no thank you considering its $150 for 1 Terabyte of SSD Storage, I will save my wallet for something more important, like... RGB Edit: my 4TB 7500RPM 256Mb Cache HDD was only $109.95CAD for reference
  3. Thanks for your help. Will probably do it overnight I suppose
  4. I got a new 4tb HDD and I want to move all my files from my old drive to my new one so it can be my new primary drive. I want the whole drive empty so I can use it to build a family PC old 1TB drive is my C:/ New 4TB drive is my E:/ Is there a safe way to do this, considering the OS and boot instructions are on C:/ ?
  5. Thanks for the help, both of you. I will probably end up getting this cable
  6. I am currently in a room in my house with direct connection to the router via digital ethernet cable to lan1 in the router. However I am moving to the upstairs bedroom of the house and wont be near the router anymore so I won't be able to connect with the same ethernet cable anymore. I do not want to switch to wi-fi since I usually host servers in games for my online friends, and I really enjoy having a solid connection at all times. I want to run an ethernet cable from the modem to my pc upstairs when I change rooms, but I do not want to run a digital ethernet cable very far since it will have a drop off so I want to see about running a fiber optic cable?? Do they make fiber optic ethernet cables that I can just simply connect to my motherboards lan port and routers lan1 port without any extra equipment? Would probably need a 10m(30ft) cable to 15m at most. Any help would be appreciated!
  7. I'l be sure to keep all this in mind when I hang myself for being naive and buying a shitty case lel
  8. The Case: Deepcool Tesseract SW WH Problem: I want a new side window, window. Current one is not completely see through, and it has spots to put on fans which blocks view inside and looks ugly(Which is mainly the reason I want to replace it). I need help finding a solution. Requirements: The new side window must be very very see through without being blurry, and must also be very cheap. I have thought about using acrylic and then cutting it to size, but acrylic is very expensive(something like $500CAD for 24"x24") Any help would be appreciated(, and hell no. I'm not getting a new case)
  9. Yes I am. What kind of problems could this cause?
  10. @Greenish I REALLY REALLY appreciate your help. Thank you so much! We both discovered a fix at the same time Thank you for spending your time assisting me!
  11. SUCCESS IT HAS POSTED. I did some digging on what cpu connecter I was using and saw that people use just one side of the connector sometimes I tried it and it has posted