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About nhatduy1611

  • Title
    Well Hi there
  • Birthday Nov 16, 1998

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  • Location
    The Internet
  • Gender
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  • CPU
    I5 8400
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance Ram DDR4 2666mhz
  • GPU
    Galax RTX 2070
  • Case
    Corsair Case
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB. Corsair NVme 240gb SSD.
  • PSU
    Corsair 550W
  • Display(s)
    DELL 24 Inch IPS 1080p
  • Cooling
    Silverstone Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow TKL Chroma.
  • Mouse
    Mionix Castor+Steelseries Qck Mass
  • Sound
    PXC 550
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Hi nhatduy1611. i would like to ask you a question. I have an I5 8400 myself and i'm very unsure if it would be heavily bottlenecked by a 2070 super, because i am thinking of getting one, and i'd rather not change my cpu unless i would lose out on a lot of performance of the card. what do you think? would i get away with it, or should i really consider upgrading my cpu? Thank you!

  2. I have the same cpu I5 8400 and i have a rtx 2070 which is close to a 1080ti when OC to paired it up with. I hit 96-97% Gpu load when gaming with no issues so you will be fine with a 980.
  3. gtx 1660 is a nice card that will pair well and thats a good combo for 1080p gaming.
  4. Ryzen 2600x is better and you can oc it. If you are lazy like me and don't bother with overclocking then get a i5 8500 with a b360 board.
  5. Ryzen 5 2600 and an amd 570 is the best for that price range imo. But what the spec of the pc that you gonna upgrade ? You might need a new motherboard and ram.
  6. That would just be a waste of money because those card are not meant to work together. Single Gpu setup is always better anyways so get the 570.
  7. In order to hit 144hz on 1440p for latest triple AAA game the you should get a 1080ti or 2080(High-Ultra setting). 1080 will do fine with some tweak though if you can't afford the other two (Low-Medium).
  8. For a brand new deal the 2600 is great price to performance wise. Slap a $30 cooler on there and oc it and you are good to go.
  9. If you want to buy new get the new GTX 1660. If you going used then get gtx 1070
  10. Yeah it will do. But i rather save up a bit more and get a 1060 6gb. Less vram but it is faster,run quiet and cool, doesn't draw a lot of power.
  11. Well in my country the 1660ti is selling like hot cake. Summer is near so demand for pc is insane. One of my dad friend own a computer shop so i know. The 1060 6gb is still fairly popular though since you can get them used for cheap.
  12. 2080 is enough for now. 2-3 years ? then invest in the better gpu if you want to keep it for that long (get the 2080ti if this is true.
  13. Medium setting 9700k+2070. If you want to spend all of that cash then 9700k-9900k and 2080 or 2080ti
  14. get the latest budget gaming model that every company make. Dell make a good one. i5-8300H and a 1050 will run that game fine at high setting,
  15. I tried hiding it in a pc cut out in my desk. On my desk and on the floor and and i say on the floor is the best one, Just have a clean floor.