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  • CPU
    Pentium G630
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    ASUS H27
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    2x4GB DDR3-1600
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    GeForce GTX 550 Ti
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    Windows 10 Home

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  1. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wW2kYr First. This features a Intel Pentium G2030. A Good CPU which will help your performance a lot in games. Don't expect to be playing Crysis at 4K 60FPS though. You need to use the video plugin from the MOTHERBOARD to get graphical display because the Intel Pentium G2030 has intergrated graphics. Next is the Asus P8H61-M LGA1155 Motherboard. I have the SAME exact one and it is great. Don't expect to get anywhere above DDR3-1066 because when I bought DDR3-1333 MHz ram. It wouldn't post when I put it at DDR3-1333 MHz when it defaulted at DDR3-1066. And Lastly. A 4GB stick of DDR3-1066 MHz. That will also improve performance by ALOT. The CPU Cooler in the list will also be a great lower of thermal throttling. This part list will be a great increase of performance. The part list goes up to $108 dollars. Good luck with your next Upgrade! (P.S. If the OS doesn't load, Undo the upgrade, back up important files, and get Windows 7 64-Bit. Only If the OS doesn't load though)
  2. R3 1200 and then wait until Zen 3. They are 10nm chips that will outperform the R3 and you can get a R5 or a R7.
  3. That will be a big speed increase for that editing
  4. I would go on the Intel route if you don't need the multithreaded performance.
  5. Ok. Fine with me. Then the i9 is a good option right now.
  6. I quickly did research on single core scores. And the i9 is good for the OP.
  7. Do the Ryzen Threadripper 1950X. It has a better price per performance ratio. And it is much, much faster. I know you won't get the motherboard you wanted in the first place, But there is lots of X399 Motherboards to look at. Good luck at your next computer!
  8. Happy Birthday Linus!

  9. You should re-apply the thermal compound. The thermal compound can dry up over time so it is a good idea to replace once and a while.
  10. Wait for intels 8th gen CPU's launching tommorow. It will give a great core and thread count increase in the i7 8700K.
  11. Hi! I am a 11 year old and I would like to enter #ROGRigReboot! If I win I will be accompanied by a adult. My video can be watched in the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch9EOFmpYZI Please read the description and at all of you guys at Linus Media Group, Have a nice day! #ROGRigReboot