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alexslm

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  1. I really like that GPU but there are some recent reviews on that saying they get bsod and crashes, I really don't wanna risk anything.
  2. I think I will wait for some Christmas sales, I'll stick with this shitty cpu till then. Just let me know what cpu and motherboard would you recommend, mostly for gaming. I could also buy the rtx 2060 super, but it's from gainward, not from gigabyte.
  3. both of them have freesync
  4. So I'll upgrade my gpu soon (from gtx 1050ti) but I don't know what to choose..GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2060 OC 6GB, Gainward GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER Ghost 8GB or Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT PULSE 8GB(I'm still not sure about the 5700, I've heard that it crashes a lot). I will only play full hd (1920x1080), I also have two monitors, 144Hz(main) and 75Hz with an AMD ryzen 5 3600. The gigabyte one is currently in my budget, I could wait a little longer and get the gainward one if it's better.
  5. Well as I said before I could wait a bit, but is it really worth waiting? is it that big of a difference between those motherboards? I really didn't do my homework about motherboards lol
  6. found MSI X470 GAMING PRO MAX which is only +$20 out of my budget, I could do that.
  7. The thing is that I have this i3 7100 that can't handle anything I'm doing anymore, and I really feel like I need to upgrade it asap
  8. The cheapest motherboard I could find that has PCIe 4.0 is MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS, which is +$93 out of my budget, now I could wait a little longer(like 2 months) and get that one or I could go with GIGABYTE AORUS B450 ELITE
  9. as I said in the previous post, I don't know anything related to amd, I don't own that motherboard yet but I wanted to buy it, I thought it would be enough for something like ryzen 5 3600 or ryzen 7 2700
  10. I've heard that amd has improved a lot, this is my first time considering buying something from amd and I don't know anything about it. I can also consider buying an i5 9600KF, I just can't decide which processor is the best for me
  11. I also have two monitors, both 1920x1080, 144Hz (main) and 75Hz (secondary)
  12. I was gonna go for the 5700, but I've seen so many recent reviews about bsod and crashing
  13. Hello, so I'm upgrading my gaming pc and I can't decide which CPU is better for gaming (I play games like battlefield V, cod mw, overwatch, titanfall 2, apex legends, RDR2). I'm stuck between these: ryzen 5 3600, ryzen 5 3600x, ryzen 7 2700 and ryzen 7 2700x (ryzen 7 2700 is the cheapest one, found it at a discount, it's $170). I'm planning on buying an rtx 2060 6gb. Now if I get the ryzen 7 2700 I will be able to purchase an rtx 2060 super 8GB. P.S.: I have a segotep h9plus+ 520w PSU.
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