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  1. For streaming there is a performance gain (that i5 doesn't have hyperthreading and has fewer cores) but other than that, the i5 will probably get very, very slight performance in games. I do doubt that the i5 9600k can handle the 2080 Super, but I could be wrong.
  2. I got it free via the epic games store because I bought an RX580 that came with it. Funny enough, the card can barely handle it. Anyway, I'm glad it came out on Steam, and for a cheaper price
  3. You could run the benchmark, then take a screenshot of the results.
  4. I would go AMD... Cheaper for basically the same performance and even better performance in workstation applications. I recommend a Ryzen 7 3700X (This may not be within your budget, but I'm assuming it is because your have 2080 Super and 32gB of RAM) and an MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX. The rest looks good. As for whether you have a bottleneck... with my suggestions you'll have 8 cores 16 threads which is better for streaming and you'll have better performance. There shouldn't be a problem. If the R7 3700X is too expensive, then get a Ryzen 5 3600 (only has 6 cores and 12 threads, but should still stream the same) and an RTX 2060 Super Edit: You need to have more storage. Even if you just put all your games on an HDD, it will be better than not having them at all.
  5. Just get a 24" 1080p 144Hz monitor and it will still look decent and be easier to run.
  6. You record to the SSD at 1080p60? That'll burn thru your storage. I record at 720p30 and a 5 minute video is several gigabytes. That might not be your problem but it still needs fixing. Anyway, I'd say that the problem is your CPU. Get something with more cores (Ryzen 5 3600 for better gaming performance and more cores). Also, with the CPU upgrade your going to want 16gB of 3200MHz RAM at least (3600MHz is best), and a better GPU. RX 580 at least, but 1660 Super would be best if you're on a budget (which I'm assuming you are)
  7. Almost nothing is changed by changing cables. Just get a new monitor. I recommend a 1080p 144Hz at the very least if you're going to primarily game on it.
  8. I'm no expert but can say with confidence that it's the one that says CPU Core Voltage. Just a guess
  9. Looks good, but either get another 16gB stick of RAM or replace it with 2 8gB sticks
  10. I made a topic about this as well (different case, only came with 1 of those fans). Not sure if they're any good because I can't even find a name for them. As for whether they're compatible with iCue, there's only one way to find out: plug them in and see if iCue sees them.
  11. If it's just Warzone, then try reinstalling the game. Also, why would you get an X570 motherboard for 2nd gen Ryzen... actually, why would you get one in general?
  12. I know that 140mm will get better airflow, but IDK about sound. Either is fine.
  13. I need the best case fans for static pressure. I'd like them to be a balance of quiet and powerful. My price point is ~15-$20. My case is the Corsair Carbide 175R
  14. Well, I did say "This might be a stupid question" didn't I?
  15. Why do I keep seeing M.2 SSDs (NVMe or otherwise) having larger capacities than 2.5" SSDs despite M.2 drives being smaller in physical size?
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