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  1. For an Apple laptop, you'll have to spend at least 4 times as much to get somewhat a worthy product. For £250 you can buy the empty apple box.
  2. Your motherboard supports updating your BIOS via a flash drive. Download the BIOS driver from the official page. (the USB port that you need to use is on the back, should have a BIOS button above it, check video tutorials if you need it) https://download.msi.com/archive/mnu_exe/mb/E7B93v1.2.pdf - page 62.
  3. It all depends on the games that you play. I have a GTX 1070 with a 1440p screen and can play my games perfectly fine - CSGO, Dead By Daylight, GTA V (around 90 fps on the settings that I game on with no complaints on the visual aspect of the game). I prefer to play all AAA titles that don't require super quick mouse movement with a controller and 60 fps feels great).
  4. I wouldn't get this monitor since it's a VA Panel and curved (on a 27 inch screen curve is pointless! ) for what is a steep price for such panel. You should be able to buy viewsonic vx2758-2kp-mhd for a cheaper price pretty sure, doesn't have an adjustable stand though. Or get this instead (it's actually the monitor I got, and it was crowned the best 27'' 1440p monitor of 2019 I believe, check the excellent reviews. Costs 380 euros on currys PC world - https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-monitors/lg-class-ultragear-27gl850-b-quad-hd-27-nano-ips-lcd-gaming-monitor-bl
  5. Loading = reading = you read from where the data is stored at speed that the storage device is capable of. You can't do what you described.
  6. No, you don't have to re-install windows. It will just be an additional drive. Connect it in your pc, then right click on Windows icon -> Disk Management and create new volume from your added HDD.
  7. Also RTX 3070 ($499) releases at the end of this month which is just as fast and in some places faster than RTX 2080 Ti, so buying a new 2070 super for higher price makes no sense.
  8. Hello, I've been experiencing a very odd problem, where if I turn on my computer for the first time in a day, entering any game and then pressing the windows key to minimize will change the resolution to the whole desktop from 2560x1440 to 1024x768 and you can't switch the resolution back even trough Windows settings or NVIDIA Control Panel. If I restart the PC, then the problem is fixed, however it's getting annoying to do this every day. The only thing I've tried so far is reinstalling my GPU drivers using DDU.
  9. If you intend to keep your windows on the same drive it's already installed, then no reinstallation is needed. Popping in the M.2 SSD will simply add an additional empty drive in which you can store your files.
  10. Why are you creating multiple topics discussing the same thing? You even give replies to people who ask the same question, which means you're already informed about the answer...
  11. Meh, don't need CPU for streaming since it's better to use NVENC anyways. I'd get a Ryzen 5 3600 and later upgrade to whatever 4000 series CPU you want.
  12. That's way overpriced, he can build a completely new, better pc for the same price. Not to mention the pre-buildt probably has a poor PSU and motherboard.
  13. Performance does not get affected negatively, it increases since there are less pixels to render. Even on 16:9 monitors some people play a game like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with blackbars by choosing a 4:3 resolution. You'll be just trimming some screen real estate.
  14. Pretty sure you can just change your resolution to 2560x1440 in windows, have black bars and then launch Dead by Daylight and everything will be a-okay. DbD is the main game I play as well and am currently on a 1440p 27'' screen and I wish I could have an ultrawide.
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