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About Jurrunio

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  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @2.66GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI G41M-P33 Combo
  • RAM
    Some brand google doesn't know 4GB DDR3 @1066MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 275 w/ 896Mb VRAM
  • Case
    Some random ATX case with a bit of rust
  • Storage
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7.2k rpm 500GB
  • PSU
    Cooler Master 500W
  • Display(s)
    LG 22" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Leaf blower or weed wacker from Intel
  • Keyboard
    Free but surpirsingly tough Lenovo 194P4573
  • Mouse
    I just... found it somewhere?
  • Sound
    Comes with motherboard
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit

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    Expensive = not mine
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  1. Ofc Rx 470 is more similar to a 1060 3GB in performance
  2. No problem, but it just won't reach 144 FPS unless you turn down the settings. You will need at LEAST (not guaranteed) a 1070 to reach that
  3. I'm not sure how dual channel works on your motherboard with RAM sticks of different volume installed. See if you can exchange that 8G stick for 2 4G sticks that match 2 other 4G sticks you are going to buy. Otherwise buy another 8GB stick
  4. You can go used-market hunting. I have seen people selling their 99% new 1080s because 1080ti is out.
  5. Isn't it good to get rid of that once and for all?
  6. 1. Does you motherboard have 3 RAM slots? 2. They will run at speed of the slowest one, i.e. 2133MHz.
  7. If money is not a problem then go for a 1080. Not just the price dipped after the launch of 1080ti, but the 1070 will NOT play 1080p 144Hz at high quality in AAA titles 1 or 2 years in the future.
  8. Before giving up your CPU, try overclocking with the reference/base clock method. See if you can squeeze enough performance out with that. Some do say that the base clock always resets itself after booting to Windows, but it's still worth a try
  9. It's hard to help if you know nothing about the system other than "it won't post" and "I can't take parts off it"
  10. Could be his phone, laptop, tablet........
  11. Then maybe your motherboard is failing due to its age. It's old enough to justify a replacement.
  12. 34" ultra wide will need some beefy PC to power it in games I'd still suggest 21:9 though. That crosshair on the middle is annoying when you want to play with the highest resolution.
  13. Have you installed the RAM into the slots? The described situation happens to my laptop without RAM. They both have bios, so the same might have happened Do you notice any fault codes such as beeps?
  14. I don't know about you, but I don't sit straight when watching videos. I just hate colour shifts at the corners when I move around
  15. Just a reminder. The more he/she waits the more money is lost