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I want to upgrade my graphics card but I don't know anything about computers.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Yes you should.

Ok great. I can't get all three right now as but I will be able to get the other in a couple of weeks. Which would do you suggest getting first?

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1 minute ago, AddJaden said:

Ok great. I can't get all three right now as but I will be able to get the other in a couple of weeks. Which would do you suggest getting first?

I'd start with the CPU.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

I'd start with the CPU.

The cpu is this one, correct?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FWVJSHC/?tag=pcpapi-20 

Thank you so much for the help by the way. You're so great.

I can buy 2 of the parts right now which other one should i buy after the cpu?

One more question. Can I look up on youtube how to install these and do it pretty easily (no soldering or anything like that)?

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5 minutes ago, DOGEY said:

Yes the iGPU on the 2200G is slower than the 750Ti but realistically both solutions in raw graphics performance are not going to be mind blowing by any stretch of the imagination. The 2200G is however a better CPU upgrade as it tears any FX CPU apart in raw performance and the 2200G is a much more power efficient chip than any FX CPU could ever be. 


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2 minutes ago, AddJaden said:

The cpu is this one, correct?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FWVJSHC/?tag=pcpapi-20 

Thank you so much for the help by the way. You're so great.

I can buy 2 of the parts right now which other one should i buy after the cpu?

One more question. Can I look up on youtube how to install these and do it pretty easily (no soldering or anything like that)?

The Amazon link you've posted is the motherboard. If you can buy two parts now get the CPU and motherboard and then finally the RAM at a later date, and yes there are build guides on YT (it's very easy and doesn't require soldering or anything like that).

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

The Amazon link you've posted is the motherboard. If you can buy two parts now get the CPU and motherboard and then finally the RAM at a later date, and yes there are build guides on YT (it's very easy and doesn't require soldering or anything like that).

 

Thank you so much for the help! Have a great day!

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

The Amazon link you've posted is the motherboard. If you can buy two parts now get the CPU and motherboard and then finally the RAM at a later date, and yes there are build guides on YT (it's very easy and doesn't require soldering or anything like that).

 

Before I install it will i need to do anything on the pc(wipe it, etc.)?

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2 minutes ago, AddJaden said:

Before I install it will i need to do anything on the pc(wipe it, etc.)?

When you have the new parts installed it is good practice to install a clean copy of Windows. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

When you have the new parts installed it is good practice to install a clean copy of Windows. 

I just want to make sure because I'm about to buy them. How much performance will I get out of this?

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3 minutes ago, AddJaden said:

I just want to make sure because I'm about to buy them. How much performance will I get out of this?

The performance increase is quite big and you'll notice a big difference. 


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