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EzekielGMG

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  1. Sorry for the late reply Yeah the back only supports 12cm fans unfortunately, but the top supports 2 x 14cm
  2. So at the moment, I'm using the stock Lian Li Lancool II Mesh RGB (has 3 stock intake fans on the front, no exhaust), and I'm looking to get some fans to mount to the top and back as exhausts. The version with 2 x 140mm intake and 1 x 120mm exhaust was out of stock. What I'm looking to get is 2 or more fans to use as exhausts, but I don't know what the best fans for value would be. As I do already use RGB fans and I don't want to mismatch too much, I'd prefer them to have ARGB too. I have a budget of MAX £40, but I'd happily take much cheaper options if it is good value. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks! My current case: https://www.lian-li.com/lancool-ii-mesh-rgb/
  3. thanks for the help guys, I completely forgot and missed the announcement of the new GPUs if i end up waiting on the GPU, should i wait on getting a new monitor too? i'd still like to get that out of the way
  4. I'm getting a new GPU (either the 2060 super or the 2070 super) and am looking for a new monitor to go along with it. I want to upgrade from my ancient 1080p 60hz TV to a 1440p 120hz OR 144hz monitor, but the market feels so flooded with options and different "features" that makes me feel like whatever decision I'm going to make will be the wrong one, so I want to avoid that. Anyone have any good monitors in mind I could buy without having to go without food for a week? I don't really have a budget, but I'd rather take compromises for a lower priced screen, and just in case a "budget" price makes it easier, I'd say about £400 maximum. Thanks in advance
  5. Okay, thanks for the help, I'm new to everything here so I appreciate it
  6. Is there a way to check if that has been done properly? I just want to be sure about it before i do anything
  7. I'm going to upgrade all my PC parts excluding the storage soon, and I was just wondering if there's a good way I can guarantee that I won't get the annoying "Activate Windows" I've seen happen to some people after an upgrade.
  8. Alright, thanks for the clarification
  9. So I'm thinking of getting an SSD M.2 drive, and I want to move my OS installation to that drive. Is there a correct way to do this? Every way I've seen to do this just say to copy the whole of the C drive to the new device, but is there a way to move just the OS?
  10. I have 0 experience with using mousepads, hence why I'm wanting suggestions. I know nothing about what makes a mousepad "good" or what features to look for, because my whole life I've just gone without using one at all
  11. playing fps games, preferably at least 2 side buttons, but other then that not really
  12. and as for a mouse mat? there are loads of different price ranges and "features", I just don't know what to get
  13. scratch that, i have a palm grip, i got mixed up
  14. 19cm L and 12cm W I have a claw grip, but ive never tried palm
  15. I'm finally looking to replace my mouse and get my first mouse mat, but I don't know what to get. I have a budget of about £70 - £80 for both. I'd prefer a wireless mouse, and as for the mat, I have pretty much enough space for anything. I really don't care about aesthetics or anything, just trying to get the best out of my money. Any suggestions?
  16. Okay, thanks for the help @Mateyyy and @TofuHaroto , that's all I need and more. I'll probably end up settling for a 2060 super, and changing out for the 3600 CL17 memory.
  17. Alright, I'm just not sure about overclocking anything because I'm going to be running the stock cooler on my CPU and my case fans are good but not the best (they're also the stock fans, I use the Corsair Carbide Spec-03), and my room gets pretty hot quickly. As I said in the post, I'm new to everything here and know next to nothing about overclocking so I'm just wanting to play it safe
  18. Alright, I might do that then. Thanks!
  19. Would that make much of a difference? With the parts I've chosen, I'm already pushing the budget, and I've heard most people saying it doesn't give too much more performance
  20. Not much to say here other then I am wanting to upgrade my current GTX 1050 TI in the future with these parts along with it: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor £250.56 @ Amazon UK Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard £199.95 @ AWD-IT Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory £74.15 @ Amazon UK Power Supply be quiet! Pure Power 11 CM 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply £89.99 @ Amazon UK Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total £614.65 Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-06-28 15:37 BST+0100 I might choose to wait for a zen 3 CPU instead depending on when the whole lockdown situation clears up in the UK, as all of my money is currently in euros and I can't convert them at a decent rate so by the time i actually have the money, it might be worth it to just wait instead. Other then that, from what I've gathered these parts are a good choice in terms of features, future proofing and reliability from what I've seen looking around, which is why this is under the GPU topic because I would like to know in advance what to get. But then again, I am new to this so any changes to the current list would be appreciated. But back to the topic: if i were to get a GPU with those parts, what would be a good choice? Realistically all I'm going to be wanting to do is play games at 60FPS minimum at 1080p (since that's all my monitors support). I think I'd have a budget at about £400 with a bit of wiggle room if it'd be worth it, but cheaper options that'd give me what I'd want would be better, graphics don't matter a whole lot to me. However, the features of RTX are something I've wanted for a while, and I don't want to have to upgrade for a long time after. Any suggestions?
  21. I guess we'll see, I have some time before I'd want to make a decision on a GPU anyway
  22. I'm not looking to break the bank with a new GPU, as i said before graphics don't really matter so much for me, and if I am going to upgrade it it probably wouldn't be for the rest of the year at least, because it works for what I currently use it for. So I guess a budget for a new GPU in the future would be about £300? If I'm going to upgrade, I might as well make it a useful one.
  23. Yeah, I've realised that my PC is a little out of date, sometimes it struggles to run the background windows processes. The only reason I chose the CPU I did is because it's not too expensive and it's a huge upgrade from what I currently have; the CPU is the reason I'm having to pretty much upgrade everything anyway
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