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Sh0mix

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About Sh0mix

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1997-08-24

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Serbia

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5 6300HQ
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3
  • GPU
    GTX 960m
  1. Fractal Design Meshify C - 90 AMD RYZEN 5 3600 - 180 EZDIY-FAB Dual Ring 3 fans 120mm x2 - 50 GIGABYTE B550 GAMING X - 140 Radeon RX 5700 - 350 HYPER 212 BLACK EDITION - 40 Trident Z RGB 16GB 3600 Mhz - 87 500gb M.2 NVE - 74 1TB SATA SSD - 140 PSU - 100 Total :1250 So something like this makes more sense?
  2. Budget (including currency): 1200usd Country: US I started picking components for the new build on NewEgg and Amazon with 1200$ max budget. I'll post the configuration and the prices I found. I would like to know if you are able to find better prices and most importantly, is there any incompatibility in the build. I picked the H510i specifically for side mounting of a graphics card. I'm a casual gamer so I really don't need max everything. Wanted a clean and good looking build with solid performance. If you have any comments and suggestions please do tell, thanks in advance. H510i MATTE WHITE -100 AMD RYZEN 5 3600xt - 240 EZDIY-FAB Dual Ring 3 fans 120mm x2 - 50 GIGABYTE B550 GAMING X - 140 GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5600 X 3fan - 280 HYPER 212 BLACK EDITION - 40 Trident Z RGB 16gb - 87 500gb M.2 NVE - 74 1TB SATA SSD - 140 Prices are in USD, 1150 total. EDIT: Just realized I forgot a PSU. So I guess about 60-70$ more for a black cabled gold I guess?
  3. I used 21" 1080p monitor before and it was good enough. I really need more screen space for multiple tabs and I think UltraWide would be a good choice. Laptop screen is just to small. I have a small room and desk so I think a 29" wouldn't fit to well and it is a lot more expensive where I live.
  4. This is the monitor in question. https://www.amazon.com/LG-25UM58-P-25-Inch-21-UltraWide/dp/B01BV1XB2K
  5. Hi everyone, I intend to buy 2560x1080 25" ultra wide(21:9) monitor mostly for coding and watching youtube/movies/netflix etc. It has 60Hz refresh rate and I really don't need it for gaming. I just play LOL sometimes. I will probably buy a pc in 1-2 years and I will use it with this monitor. I have a laptop with i5 6300HQ and gtx960m. Will my laptop have troubles running this monitor at said resolution?
  6. Thanks for the advice guys. Just to throw this in: http://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-25UM58-P-ultrawide-monitor What do you think about this, is it a good choice considering what I said? Never had any experience with ultra wide monitors.
  7. I really dont care about refresh rate so much. 60Hz is enough for me at this point. I dont do a lot of gaming and 140hz monitors are a lot more expensive than 60-75Hz ones. My laptop has gtx 960m so I think it can handle 1440p.
  8. Hi guys, I want to buy a monitor and I was wondering what size to buy. I need it to connect to my laptop, not pc, but I intend to buy pc in near future(1-2 years). I want a 1080p monitor, with IPS panel, hdmi(DP optionally for future pc). I am I software engineer(still studying) so I really need more space than 15" laptop screen offers and I also watch a lot of 'HD' content on yt/netflix etc etc. My dilemma is between 23"-25" and 27". Just wanted to know if 27" is too much screen for 1920x1080 resolution and If i choose 27" should I go with 1440p(It is a 25-40% more expensive than 1080p where I live) or is 1080p enough.
  9. I found out that my laptop has 2.0 hdmi but I read somewhere that a Dell laptop with same cpu and gpu somehow can't output 4k @60hz but only @30. This is a ss from the forum,what do you guys think of it?
  10. How do I find out if my laptop has 2.0 hdmi output?
  11. Just a quick digression. I have a laptop with: HP 820D (U3E1) motherboard i5 6300HQ 8gb of ram gtx 960m I was wondering if it is possible to output 4k to external monitor?
  12. So you can stream 4k without dedicated gpu, didn't know that. I kind of think that dual core and internal(cpu graphics?) would be insufficient in a 1 or 2 years so something with a quad core and gpu maybe? Ssd(128gb) would be nice addition also.
  13. I don't want to sound stupid but this was more a hypothetical question rather than me wanting to buy pc soon. I'm interested in a "general" price for something like this. I live in Europe but my county is not in the EU. Prices here are bullshit and everything tech related is pretty much overpriced so I would buy components in some EU country.
  14. Just u quick disclaimer,I'm new to the forum so there is a high chance that I will make a mistake by posting this here(general) or do something else wrong and English is not my mother tongue, so keep that in mind please, thanks. I was wondering,what would be the "best budget" build for a 4k capable pc. The main purpose would be 4k media streaming(so decent fps I guess) along with programming(university level and beyond afterwards). I don't play games at all so I really don't need 4k gaming experience for this build. So the question is, for how much money can you find a motherboard(with ssd support preferably), cpu, gpu and cooling parts(I don't mind some noise) for this kind of pc,thanks in advance for the help.
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