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About Alcatraz9996

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  1. Doesnˇt have to be from the list, you can suggest others and I will try to find it here
  2. Yeah I don´t really want to order it elsewhere, because than if there are some problems with it or whatever It will be very difficult to return it.
  3. Okay thanks I should have also mentioned, that I want to do some game streaming with it, but I think Ryzen 5 3600 should be great for that also.
  4. Hi, so I´m planning to upgrade my PC and with that also a power supply. I went through the PSUs tier list and searched for them in my local eshop (I´m in eastern Europe, so the prices are higher). An online wattage calculater told me I should get a 435W PSU or higher (385W load). I´m not interested in overclocking and I do mainly Adobe apps (graphic, photo and video editing, after effects) and some gaming and I was planning to do some streaming mby. I was thinking I should maybe get a 650W PSU, because I´m not planning to upgrade it for at lease another 5+ years, but I might upgrade the GPU in the future and it would require more power (I wont go high end)? Specs: - AMD Ryzen 5 3600 - RX580 - 16GB DDR4 (2x8GB) - 256GB SSD, 1TB HDD 5,4K and externals PSUs I found in tier list or my shop. 1) EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G+ (104$) 2) EVGA 750 B3 (89$) 3) EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G3 (88$) 4) Corsair CX650M (87$) 5) GIGABYTE P650B (76$) 6) EVGA 650 B3 (76$) 7) Corsair CV650 (60$) The only one from A tier is the EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G3 (88$), but I was also thinking about the Corsair CV650 (60$) B tier, because its cheaper and is 650W vs EVGA is 550W. Feel free to recomment eny other option and thanks for any information.
  5. Thanks for the info I also forgot that I should probably get a new power supply aslo. I did some online calculations with the Ryzen 3600 and my RX580 it was telling me 466W. So 550W PS should be okay right?
  6. Hi guys, my current computer was built in 2011 I think :D an I´looking for a CPU upgrade (motherboard and RAM also :/) . I recently upgraded just the graphis card for Radeon rx580, but it´s getting seriaously bottlenecked by the CPU (Intel i5-2400). I want the CPU for Adobe apps (I do mainly graphic design, photo and video editing and after effects) but also for gaming. I would say 60% productivity and 40% gaming, so I´m not looking for gaming CPU only. My budget is 400$ for CPU + motherboard + RAM (16GB probably). I am in eastern Europe, so the prices are probably higher here. I already searched for some CPUs, so I will write them down below with prices, but I have almost no idea about the motherboard and what It should and shouldn´t have. I should also say that I´m not interested in overclocking and I would like to keep the new CPU and motherboard for at least another 5+ years, ideally 10 :D I have one internal HDD and one 2,5´´ SSD for the system and couple apps and couple external HDDs. CPUs 1) AMD RYZEN 5 3600 (200$), this one seems great for productivity and gaming also 2) AMD RYZEN 7 2700X (200$), more cores better for productivity, but older model? 3) AMD RYZEN 5 3600X (235$), better in some way? 4) AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1920X (210$), even more cores but also older? 5) Intel Core i5-9600KF( 230$), idk about intel 6) Intel Core i5-9400F (166$) Motherboards (I just went through most selling once) 1) ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING (134$) 2) MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX (118$) 3) GIGABYTE B450 AORUS ELITE (115$) RAM (I´ll probably get the most sold one, because there are co many of them around 80$ probably 2x8GB) So let me know, what you think is the best choice for my situation and feel free to recommend any other CPUs or motherboards in similar price range :) thanks
  7. Hi, so I finally want to upgrade my gpu after about 8 years and I have quite a dilemma. I have a 75Hz freesync monitor LG 29UM68-P. My question is what gpu should I buy? Here where I live the XFX Radeon RX 590 Fatboy costs 300$ + AMD gives you Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 for free, I would not buy the games separately, but I would play them when they are for free. The GAINWARD GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Pegasus costs 325$ with no games or other stuff. Also XFX GTS Radeon RX 580 8GB TripleX Edition goes for 243$, but I wanted to have a bit faster gpu than that and I'm not into overlooking. The thing is that I have the freesync monitor and I want to know would the gaming experience be better If I get the RX 590 and use freesync or GTX 1660 Ti with no freesync but with higher framerates? Would I experience screen tearing everywhere? I know that my cpu will bottleneck the gpu a bit, but I am not planning to upgrade my cpu for now. My current setup is: Intel i5-2400 GTX 560 16gb RAM