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  1. It’s the GIGABYTE B450 AORUS M AM4 AMD B450 SATA 6Gb/s Micro ATX AMD Motherboard and I would pair it with a Ryzen 5 3600
  2. I’m Looking at a motherboard on Newegg, and the site shows the ram slots specs. The slot specs are “Dual Channel DDR4 3600 (O.C)/3466, (O.C.)/3200, (O.C.)/2933/2667/2400/2133” what does this mean? And what ram speed is optimal for this mobo?
  3. I’m planning on building my first ever pc. The place I would build it would be at a desk in a carpeted room. I plan on using an anti static wrist strap, but to avoid wrecking $1000+ Should I also buy an anti static mat?
  4. Decided to use a 2060 Super GPU for a gaming build (decided over 5700 xt because of G SYNC) and I’m deciding between an NVIDIA Founders Edition card or an EVGA SC Ultra Gaming card. Which is preferred if I don’t plan on doing any overclocking and just want a clean build with good tech support if something goes wrong?
  5. Do you know if a Ryzen 2600 with a 2060 Supsr will give better performance than a 9400f?
  6. Planning a build and was wondering if an Intel Core i5-9400f will bottleneck with an NVIDIA 2060 Super. If you have any ideas, please let me know I plan on using it for primarily gaming at 1080p 144hz and I play Modern Warfare 2019, RDR2, Rainbow Six Siege)
  7. I’m planning a pc build, and I’ve planned to pair a Ryzen 3600 with 2060 Super, but I’m wondering if I should buy MSI’s Gaming X card, or EVGA’s SC Ultra card. I’ve heard great things about both, and great things about EVGA’s customer service, but only in the US. I’m wondering which card will benefit me most here in Canada?
  8. On a budget here man lol. Trying to save $100 CDN
  9. I’m planning a pc build and having trouble deciding Whether I should pair a Ryzen 2600 with an NVIDIA Rtx 2070, or pair a Ryzen 3600 with an Rtx 2060/2060 super (depends on prices at certain times.) I plan on gaming at 1080p on a 144hz monitor and have decided to use an NVIDIA card, not an AMD card.
  10. Oh also this sounds really stupid, but I was looking at an MSI card or an EVGA card for the aesthetics because I don’t want to buy RGB ram or fans
  11. I would love to use it on Modern Warfare and Minecraft. I’m not quite sure if a 2060 can handle RTX though
  12. I’m trying to spend either an extra $100 CDN on the GPU or CPU. If I use a 3600, I would probably buy a 2060 or 2060 super, depending on prices at the time.
  13. I’m planning my first ever gaming pc build, and I’ve decided to use an Intel Core i5-9400f, and I would like to play at ultra or high for games at 1080p 144hz. I was looking at a 2070 Super, but is that overkill for 1080p?