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    Asrock B450 Pro4
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    Team Vulcan 2x4 3000Mhz DDR4
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    Vega 8
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    Kingston 240GB A400 SSD
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    EVGA BR 650W
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  1. The one on your motherboard is fine, unless it's really old. If you want anything faster than gigabit, or multiple ethernet jacks then you should get a network card
  2. Get an aftermarket cooler, the minimum would be a Hyper 212 Evo, but get something in the ~$70 range.
  3. There are lots, this is a list of the ones on pcpartpicker
  4. I think this article, answers you questions pretty well
  5. To play games at 1080p ultra, you need a 1660Ti or 2060.
  6. You have to enable Gsync, Here's how you do it
  7. Check Nvidia control panel if you have G-sync enabled
  8. The stock cooler is perfectly fine for a 3600, with temps <85 C, unless the cooler is broken or installed wrong, it's not the cooler's fault.
  9. From this benchmark, it seems the 3300X is ~7% faster at single threaded applications like gaming, while the 3500 is tied for multi threaded applications. It seems like the 3300X is better than the 3500.
  10. The B450 and X470 part is different but the B550 and X570 are the same. This article after the change about B450 and X470 still says 2nd gen isn't supported by B550.
  11. B550 isn't compatible with 2nd gen CPUs, so you'll have to upgrade your CPU at the same time.
  12. You need to have thunderbolt for eGPUs, it looks the same as USB-C but is actually different. An external GPU won't work on that computer, it's not very often to find thunderbolt on desktops that aren't Apple, they're usually on laptops.
  13. Ebay will probably give you back your money, but the seller still gets the money from you buying.
  14. With regedit you can remove it, but you shouldn't use it if you don't know what you're doing it might mess up your Windows 10 installation. Here's some tutorials: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/how-to-clean-up-your-messy-windows-context-menu/ https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/add-any-application-to-the-desktop-right-click-menu-in-vista/ https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/remove-nvidia-control-panel-from-desktop-right-click-menu/