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penguin8967

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About penguin8967

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    Male
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    South West, United Kingdon

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    i5-9500
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    16GB DDR4 2666MHz
  • GPU
    Intel Integrated Graphics (UHD 630)
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    512GB M.2 NVMe SSD
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    280W

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  1. Sorry I've accidentally posted this in the wrong thread - where's the button to move it ;-;
  2. I'm in the UK and looking to get a 1650, but there's an absolute ton of different variants. I'm preferably looking for a Mini version, and here's what I've found: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650 MINI ITX OC 4G ZOTAC GAMING Geforce GTX 1650 OC MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Aero ITX 4G OC These all seem to be GDDR5 ones, however there's two GDDR6 ones, although they have no product description or reviews on Amazon: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 OC 4GB GDDR6 Graphics Card Zotac GAMING GeForce GTX 1650 OC GDDR6 Is there much difference between the GDDR6 and 5 versions, and which should I get out of them all?
  3. I've been looking a lot recently at budget phones, and I've found the two main ones I'm interested in: The OnePlus Nord and iPhone SE. I'm not too much of a fan of large phones (coming from a Samsung A50), and I'm looking to downsize. I'm not already tied into any ecosystem either. Which phone would you recommend better? I'm from the UK, and using some discounts I have I can get the Nord for £349 and the SE for £400. Currently I'm inclined towards the SE, as I like the idea of long-term software support, smaller size, water resistance and wireless charging. I'd also like: Decent camera that can record 1080p 60fps Reliable performance
  4. I never even use my front camera lmao, I don't take selfies and stuff, the most I've ever used it for is a short video call.
  5. Summary Official Pixel 4a Renders appear on the Google Store before launch, showing a rear fingerprint reader, single camera and a hole-punch display. Probably going to be on sale around the $300-400 mark. Rumoured to also have a Snapdragon 730 processor. Launch date is predicted to be August 3rd. https://9to5google.com/2020/07/13/official-google-pixel-4a-render-appears-on-the-google-store-ahead-of-launch/ https://www.tomsguide.com/uk/news/google-pixel-4a-launch-date-just-leaked-mark-your-calendars-for-august-3
  6. I've still not yet decided and am still dithering whether to risk it or go with a GT 1030, any more advice
  7. Thank you for all your help! It's not specifically for gaming really (I rarely game and never competitively), just for casual use really.
  8. I'm doing a little renovation on my setup, and I need a new keyboard and mouse (mousepad already sorted). I really don't have much to spend though, probably around £50-60. My requirements are as follows: RGB, but the ability for it to all stay on a single colour as well Arrow keys Not super-loud If anyone could help, it would be greatly appreciated! Doesn't need to be mechanical either. ps I am in the UK, have a look on amazon.co.uk instead lol
  9. My prebuilt PC has a CPU with a 65W TDP, 16GB single channel DDR4 and a 500gb NVMe SSD. Would it be able to run a GPU such as a 1050ti or 1650?
  10. Checked the manual, isn't there something to do with the 12V rail as well I don't know about....?
  11. I would probably limit the GPU a bit. Besides, I don't play really demanding stuff at all, not AAA or FPS ones, mostly simulation stuff like ETS2.
  12. I've only got a KB and mouse connected (the mouse is wireless anyway), and the keyboard is plugged into a powered USB hub. It's a Dell PSU (not sure what manufacturer). I've seen videos online of somebody putting a GTX 1650 LP in with just 240W...
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