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GamingSeargent

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia

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  • CPU
    some vintage i3
  • Motherboard
    some m-atx gigabyte board
  • RAM
    4 gb 800mhz ram 😎
  • GPU
    Intel HD Intergrated Graphics 4400
  • Storage
    920GB HDD
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Also make sure that your max FPS is set to unlimited or something high, as that could prevent it from going high
  2. I would recommend getting a mod for minecraft such as optifine, which allows the cpu to utilize all cores. Doing this should DRASTICALLY improve your fps! https://optifine.net/home Also try to play with different settings, such as render distance, as they can affect performance!
  3. The download and upload speeds seem to be normal however
  4. I have the exact same problem as this guy, so ill answer what it is with me : It started when people started staying home during quarantine
  5. Try checking cable connections and that the ram is in properly
  6. It really depends on what you want to use your computer for! If it is for gaming then probably the GPU, but if you are doing editing or rendering, then go for the cpu!
  7. Budget (including currency): ~$2000 (AUD) Can go a few hundred above Country: Australia Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Minecraft, Fortnite, Other AAA Games Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Just the computer build, I'm not looking for an actual build, just how much of my budget should be spent on the parts, e.g. the motherboard, gpu, cpu, storage.. Thanks!
  8. Someone told me that due to the timings it is basically a 3200mhz ram. Should I try to get a different rgb? If so any suggestions?
  9. Im planning on building a pc and wanting to know whether it is worth changing the 3600 to a 3700x. Im not plannign to build till prices go down, so should I just wait for the next generation?
  10. Ensure the motherboard supports your cpu You should be fine to use the same hard drive. Also check Linus' video on why they pirate windows, as it shows what parts can usually be swapped and have windiws still work
  11. In Bios, check the boot order to make sure the drive with Windows 10 installed is set to be the first.
  12. Some products come with a basic fan hub included. The RGB Pack suggested on your previous post comes with a fan hub with a maximum of 6 fans!
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