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  1. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07598VZR8?tag=userbenchmark-21&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 Go for the 8700k, only slightly more expensive but overall a much more powerful CPU
  2. No worries, didn't think you would have as AMD chips typically don't. Can you send screenshots of your settings in BFV, both advanced and none advanced graphical.
  3. Yep, seems like a good way to go.
  4. If you upgrade your GPU, your performance is obviously only going to get better. The extent to which your CPU will be able to cope and keep up with your GPU you cannot really be sure, however an i5 6600 be able to keep up with most modern games whilst running your 1080. My old gaming PC was running the i5-6600k with a gtx 970 and I could run modern games at medium-high 99% of the time, and the K version of this i5 is only a marginal improvement. To put it simply, you should be fine to upgrade your GPU, but you won't feel the full benefit until you upgrade your CPU too. You will be able to run 1080p and maybe 1440p, but just tone down the CPU heavy aspects a little to compensate for the lacking of power there. Best of luck
  5. Yes A long time - almost certainly > 5 years at which point you'll want a new one anyway
  6. Yeah it will be, didn't think about that. Try maybe, if you have onboard graphics, running it off of that instead of your dedicated gpu. (Find .exe for BFV and then right click > run on integrated). Set everything to as low as possible and see if stuttering continues, may help us determine if its a gpu issue.
  7. GSync will perform better, whether you need it or not is sort of up to you.
  8. So you said that the second monitor returns to desktop, can you ALT+TAB out of the game and just bring the relevant programs back onto the TV screen?
  9. M.2 970 EVO is a pretty decent SSD, and any SSD for OS will be fine to be fair, unless you need super fast performance. Check firecuda SSDs too, they're pretty nice: https://www.seagate.com/gb/en/internal-hard-drives/ssd/firecuda-ssd/ Otherwise, I see no real reason not to go for the 970 EVO,
  10. Howdy My S8 is coming to the end of it's contract and I'm looking for something shiny and brand new, with all the latest features. So, besides an S10, what phones would you recommend? Whilst ive been pretty set on an S10, the Pixels are looking tempting and I'm wondering whether there's something i'm missing. Cheers in advance for your thoughts.
  11. Thankyou my friend
  12. Best of luck, let me know how it goes.
  13. Freesync and G-Sync are essentially the same thing - they reduce input lag and prevent screen tearing therefore offering smoother game play overall. G-Sync utilises a chip built into the monitor, whereas FreeSync essentially is just some nifty programming. Therefore, due to the chip, G-Sync performs better than FreeSync, but usually costs more.
  14. Should be fine, just keep it away from important components (keep it on casing only) and make sure if it does melt its not gonna drip on anything important (aka a motherboard or something).
  15. All I ever hear is that samsung SSD's aren't great however Crucial and WD have never personally given me issues and WD is my favourite cheap-ish storage solution. That's my thoughts for what they're worth.
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