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BigBoss2020

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  1. Thank you! My god first time building is exhausting
  2. I guess I don't want to touch it more than I should. Is it a common situation?
  3. Just got my new motherboard and it has some sticky residue on some of it's parts. Is this normal or should I return it?
  4. For example, this one - MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Edge WIFI (https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/MPG-Z490-GAMING-EDGE-WIFI/Specification). But there are tons of them which don't exactly specify their M.2 ports
  5. I got completely lost choosing my first SSD. How to check if an SSD will be compatible with a motherboard? For example, there is Kingston A2000 500GB, which has M.2 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 interface. And then the motherboard's specs says that it has an PCI-E 3.0 x1 port and a M.2 port without any specifics.
  6. I'm buying RTX 2060 Super and wanted to play some VR games on it. My headset connects to PC using one HDMI and one USB port. Will I be able to connect my headset to the graphics card via HDMI and use my monitor via DisplayPort, since 2060 Super only has 1x HDMI port and 3x DisplayPorts?
  7. Oh, I actually found 10600K for even lower price, so it looks like I'm getting an SSD. Very thanks
  8. Huge thanks, definitely will take your advice into a consideration. But one question, I haven't dealt with AMD processors before, so how is your proposed CPU to a 10600K? As I said, I wanted to upgrade GPU in a few years, so I chosed that CPU to eliminate possible bottlenecking in the future. And I'm into graphics design, so I'd like to have fast CPU
  9. Yeah, definitely a must for me in the future
  10. Don't know about buying and SSD, wanted to cheapen on memory side. Been living my whole life without SSD's and load times don't concern me that much. Maybe some time
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