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  1. Hi, right now In my PC I have a GTX 1060 and am planning on buying an RTX 2060 super to replace it. Now when I first built my PC, I got my friend to help, and by "help" I mean he did probably most to all of the work for me, so I myself have very little experience with installing and adding in these new parts so now when it comes to upgrading my graphics card I am wondering what to look out for. Right now my plan is to just power down the PC, unplug it, pull out the wires from the power supply, pull out the old card, plug in the new one, and plug back in the wires from the power supply. Now when looking more into this I was told about having to uninstall the previous drivers because I would face issues from it later on, so I was wondering if installing another NVIDIA card would also have this issue or it wouldn't because they are using the same software?
  2. Would is be even better to go for a 2070 if I could or is sticking with the 2060 better?
  3. Right now my cooler is the ARCTIC Freezer 33 eSports one CPU Cooler.
  4. Ok, so right now I have my PC build, and I am looking to upgrade my graphics card and/or my CPU to increase gaming performance or fps. Right now my build looks like, My CPU is an Intel core i5 - 8400 2.8 GHz 6 core processor My graphics card is MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB My ram is G.Skill Triden Z 16GB My motherboard is a MSI Z370 GAMING PLUS ATX LGA1151 And my Monitor is a 2560 x 1440 resolution, 144Hz, 27 inch monitor I have a 650 watt power supply and my case is the Corsair Crystal 570X RGB ATX Mid Tower Case I was wondering what anyone thought would be best for an upgrade to the CPU or graphics card to increase performance or if there was something else with my build I should be worried about or to look to as an issue. I do know my monitor is a demanding one but I just wanted to know if upgrading would help performance issues related to that or just help boosting performance? I have been told by a bunch of people that going for the RTX 2060 is the move but I wanted to get more opinions on the matter.