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wolfacade

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  1. I don't know, I would say I'm comfortable with spending another $300 for upgrades.
  2. I think maybe my CPU, but I'm not %100 sure.
  3. I don't know, I would say I'm comfortable with spending another $300 for upgrades.
  4. Budget (including currency): Country: USA I'm been thinking of upgrading my PC, I actually bought it from a recommendation here in these Forums, and its been working pretty great honestly. I been using to play Dolphin emulator and games like Fortnite and Fall Guys, as well as for using Photoshop and editing some videos. I mean, I been getting more mileage out of this thing than I have any right to, but now that I have money to play with I think I should upgrade it a bit. Here are the Specs: Dell Precision Workstation T3500 Intel Xeon X5650 SLBV3 2.66GHz/12M/1333MHz MSI Graphics Card Radeon RX 580 Armor 4gb Corsair - CXM (2015) 450W 80+ Bronze Semi Modular 1 TB Internal Hard Drive 500 Samsung SSD 12 GB Ram I know, I know, its not the most impressive set of specs, but I had a budget of $300 when I first bought the parts to build the PC. Initially, I just wanted to buy a case for it, like those LED light shows gaming rigs always have, since the Dell Workstation tower isn't the most appealing. But also because I haven't been able to completely close the tower since day one, which can be messing with the whole systems airflow. Though its been hard to find a proper tower, since the motherboard is quite large, I think its an EATX, honestly I'm thinking I should ditch the T3500 Motherboard altogether, for maybe something better. Though I don't know what motherboard would be a good idea to get instead, that would be able to support the other parts, I'm guessing I would have to change the CPU as well. In the end of the day, the only things I think would be salvageable for the next build would be the Graphics Card, Ram, SSD, Hard Drive, and Power Supply, (feel free to tell me if you think otherwise). Anyways, I need your help with recommendation of what to change and upgrade to, since I'm not someone whose aware of the ecosystem. Some advice, would be greatly appreciated, Thank You.
  5. I have a hdd that I used for an older computer that has windows 10. I was wondering if I installed that into the most recent pc I'm building, if it would transfer the information and potentially windows 10 into the new computer. Or would I have to buy a window 10 disc and install it.
  6. I was on reddit asking for advice on choosing between a couple of pre-build gaming pc, and a guy said I was better off building my own. I'm not sure if I would be able to build a quality PC for video editing and gaming in a $300 budget. But if I could I would love to, I would need you guys help on what to buy for this though, any help is appreciated. If you guys want to direct me to other quality pre-build computers, fitting my requirements, that would be fine too. These are the PC I was asking for advice in reddit, if you think I could do better then these please tell me. As well if you believe that I should buy one of these and instead improve on them please tell me how, Thank You In Advance. https://offerup.com/item/detail/584916985/ https://offerup.com/item/detail/585229173/ https://offerup.com/item/detail/580799121/ https://offerup.com/item/detail/581380927/ https://offerup.com/item/detail/583596544/
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