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  1. Thanks guys! So after I connect back my old drives can I just delete the Windows and Program Files Folder to free up space?
  2. I will be reinstalling my Windows 10 on a new SSD. Do I have to first format the old one or can I install the Windows and use the registration key on the new SSD, then connet the old SSD with the old windows and just delete the Windows Folder and keep my user files? Or should I move my user files (100 GB+) to a third drive, then format my old SSD and install the system on my new SSD? Will the Windows installed on my old SSD interfere with the windows I install on my new SSD if I choose boot order correctly?
  3. There are no benefits though, except more features that I will not use. Or am I wrong?
  4. After few hours of research I can tell you, that If you are looking for the best B550 motherboard under 200$ choose one of these: Gigabyte Aorus Elite V2 Asus TUF Gaming Plus MSI MAG Tomahawk The Gigabyte and Asus ones have the best OC capabilities in various test. I do not consider the X570 chipsets because they are more expensive, have a chipset fan and mainly make sense if you use more than 1 NVMe PCIE Gen 4 SSDs. Which of these 3 models looks the best in your opinion?
  5. I'm not sure what features I am looking for as I don't know what features are available. I will for sure OC my CPU and GPU. I honestly also prefer quit builds (the X570 have cooling fans). What other features are there? As for models I read that Asus TUF Gaming Plus and MSI Tomahawk are the way to go.
  6. I read some articles but can not decide if the B550 is better than the X570. The prices are very close. Which would you choose? I want to spend between 150$ and 350$.
  7. In that case what B550 should I choose? I will only use 1 GPU, 2 M.2 SSD and 3 SATA SSD.
  8. I have the same question. I will do OC to my 5900x. Would you choose the MSI 570 Tomahawk or the Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus. I read the second one is one of the best choices for 5900x.
  9. If choosing between Ryzen 7 5800X for 733$ and Ryzen 9 5900X for 55$ more would you still go for 5800X or upgrade to 5900X?
  10. I made a list of all the tasks I do in front of my PC. Can you please help me choose the best CPU to make my work and game as smooth as possible? I do not have a budget limit but i like to pay a fair price for what I get. I consider the following CPUs: Ryzen 9 5900X (available for 788$) Ryzen 7 5800X (available for 733$) Ryzen 9 3950X (available for 855$) Intel i9-10900K (availablefor 652$) At the moment I run the i7-3770K OC to 4,8 Ghz, GTX 1080 ti, 3 Samsung SSD, DDR3 RAM. I am planning to upgrade my CPU, MOBO, RAM, m2 and cooling. In the future I will also
  11. What do you guys think about the 10900K, it is the cheapest, available in stores and as far as benchmarks the same as others.
  12. The thing is I need the full power now (work related). Would youn still choose the 5800X for 734$ or is another option more value for the money?
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