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Awkwrd

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About Awkwrd

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    Newbie
  • Birthday November 3

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    xXx_420bitchslayer69_xXx#5849
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    United States
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    Music, games, thrifting, and Quentin Tarantino films!
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    I like thrifting and talking about things :)
  1. I saw another thread like this one already but it didn't really answer my question. I'm going to be building my first PC soon and I was in the process of ordering the parts, I hesitated a bit because I saw that my ssd is 240gb, but I'm also going to be ordering a 2TB HDD. So my question is, in combination with the HDD, is 240gb of ssd enough? I'm only going to be downloading windows on the SSD and maybe chrome and MAYBE like 1 game that I already know doesn't take up too much space ( Apex Legends ).
  2. That Fractal Meshify C actually looks pretty cool, I might go with that one instead! Thanks!
  3. I didn't know about the fire hazards on NZXT cases, could you link some articles on that? Also that's a shame because I did like the way it looks, nice black minimalist kinda vibe
  4. Thank you for that! I did actually want to get the 3600
  5. Budget (including currency): 800-1000 Country: USA USA USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 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): I have a list of parts that I wanted to check with the community to see if any revisions are needed or to see if I made any mistakes compatibly wise. This is purely the PC itself as I already have a monitor and peripherals. My goal for this build is a 1080p/1440p entry gaming PC with maybe some light streaming. Here's the link to the list: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Awkwrd/saved/#view=xvVNP6
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