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Lilbat

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  1. Thanks for all the answer guys you were very helpful
  2. Not to be mean but i don't want a maybe. It would be such a hassel if after building the computer it doesn't work and i'm like "guess i'm fucked because i don't have a ryzen 1st or 2nd gen on hand". I've found this source which says : " The X570 chipset was selected rather than the B450 chipset in order to bypass any BIOS update issues that would occur when combining a new Ryzen 3000 series (Zen 2) CPU with a B450 chipset. " https://fr.pcpartpicker.com/guide/R3G323/great-amd-gamingstreaming-build
  3. Hi, I'm planning on upgrading my computer with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 or 3600X and i know motherboards can have compatibility issue with RYZEN 3rd Gen. So is there somewhere (maybe on the manufacturer website) where it says "compatible with RYZEN 3rd gen end of the story" Thanks
  4. Good to know. I would have put them in DIMM_A1 and DIMM_A2 By the way, if i'm using two memory sticks. What's the best way to put them, single or dual channel? Also for my upgrade i'm planning on buying a kit of 2 sticks and later buying two more (same model), will it work fine? I've heard that it may not be easy as that
  5. Then 2 sticks is a single channel and it would still works?
  6. What does it really mean ? For instance, i planning on upgrading my computer and i want to have a motherboard that can accept 4 memory sticks (for upgrading reasons) but only puting two RAM stciks at the first. Then i check what CPU (planning on getting a Ryzen CPU) could handle 4 sticks, but all of them says "Dual channel". So can i put 4 sticks on a dual channel CPU without my computer exploding? Thanks!
  7. This one is realy just to be sure. For example : if have a computer with an iGPU and a GPU will everything will work fine? So, i'm guessing : since it's the performance of two doesn't not stack up, only the regular GPU will be active
  8. Integrated Graphics on CPU, what changes between one that has it and one that doesn't? Do you still need a graphic card? And if you have one does the performances stack up? Is it compatible with any regular graphic card?...
  9. Ok, so currently my computer is balanced.
  10. The exact name of the power supply is : LC-Power 6560t. A friend gave it to me, i only had the serial number. So you're saying (excluding the power supply) my CPU is the weak point of my case?
  11. Thanks for the advice. Short answer : 4 years Long answer : Obviously i want to keep it for as long as possible but i think this factor is going to be tied with how much i'm willing to pay. 800$ I'm looking for 1080p 60fps
  12. I'm willing to spend 800$ (if i had to spend on every single part of my computer). Aiming for 1080p 60fps. And i live in France
  13. Hi! It's been 3-4 years since i've built my computer and i think it's about time i upgrade it. So I'd like to know what parts are the worst and by which ones i should be replacing them. I want my computer to be gaming (aiming for 1080p 60fps) oriented as much as possible, no streaming, no video editing, or any kind of madness. I'm willing to invest as much as 800$ for the whole rig. My parts : CPU : AMD FX-8300 3.3Ghz CPU cooler : Cryorig H7 plus RAM : 2x 8Gb DDR3 1866Mhz Motherboard : MSI 970A-G43 PLUS GPU : GTX 1050ti OC Case : Aerocool cl-102 (just bought a Phanteks p300) and a 560W power supply... While building my current rig, i've made a mistake, i took 16Gb of RAM thinking i could reuse it when upgrading but now DDR4 is the minimum. I also like to know how parts will evolve in the future in order to avoid making the same kind of mistakes. Thanks in advance I should add that i live in France.
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