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  1. Enabling PBO should do the trick for you but i don't believe there is much boost in the performance.
  2. Which HDD is it ?? And few HDD do make such noise. But you should always be careful about backing up your data.
  3. Opt for a pair of RAM's instead of a single one and also tryn squeeze in a SSD, otherwise the components look fine...
  4. If we are calculating the total power consumption of each parts then the sum would definitely be lesser than 400 so technically, yes you could manage with a 400W PSU. But, getting a 550 W PSU would be great and would be a safer landing in case he wants to upgrade or add any other components.
  5. The components you mentioned are preety decent and i would definitely wait a bit more for some significant arrivals. Right now we have some similar mediocre products in the market hence waiting for AMD's 4000 series CPUs or RTX 3000 series GPUs. Till then keep your money aside and start adding few bucks from here and there to finally increase your budget for the big ones that will be here by early 2021s.
  6. This surely must be the case of dust. Make sure your laptop is cleaned properly from inside.
  7. As stated above by everyone out here, the 2070 S is not that impressive with price per performance when comparing with 5700 XT, so hence buying the latter would be a wise decision and also, newer gen cards are going to be available in couple of months time so we can wait as well.
  8. If you want to go for a budget PSU, the best one is Corsair CX450. And it comes well beneath your budget as well. Have a look at this one and i will suggest other options later. Having more option always creates confusion hence dig deep and research well about the products that is already there.
  9. Upgrading your CPU would be great for you right now. Upgrading to 3600 directly improves your CPU speed by 12.5 %(6x3.6 GHz vs 6x3.2 GHz), RAM speed by 533 MHz(3200 MHz vs 2667 MHz), Cache memory by 16 MB(32 MB vs 16 MB), Turbo Clock speed by 0.6 GHz(4.2 GHz vs 3.6 GHz), Memory Bandwidth by 4.98 GB/s(47.68 GB/s vs 42.7 GB/s) and by another newer version of PCI Express(PCIe) ( 4 vs 3). And upgrading RAM would always be a cherry on the top. Hope this helps.
  10. I am glad that i could be of any help. Have a great day there !!!
  11. Your budget is very constraint and building a decent PC is very hard. I have tried my level best and assembled few components as per your budget. Hope this helps. You can upgrade as per your requirement. RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (1 x 16 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo 43.1 CFM CPU Cooler Case : Thermaltake Versa H18 MicroATX Mini Tower Case PSU : Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply Case Fan : Corsair CO-8950006 67.43 CFM 140 mm Fan
  12. Liquid conducts heat faster and in efficient way so the liquid cooling is more efficient hence the case is more cooler than the room. In case of air cooling, the components are cooled to certain limit but i would prefer liquid cooling for longetivity of hardware but keep one thing in mind that the liquid doesn't leak. Else there will be a totally different scenario out there.
  13. If you are planning to play on 1080p or 1440p then you are good to go as you can get 60+ FPS on 1440p with your current combination
  14. Get a one more stick of 8gb RAM and upgrade your CPU, but if you are planning to go with ryzen then wait for 3gen which is coming soon.
  15. RTX 2060 will be the better choice here as your monitor has 60HZ and RTX 2060 is capable to handle almost all games on high setting on 1440p at about 60FPS.
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