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DarkHunter970

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About DarkHunter970

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Silicon Valley
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR3
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1060 FTW+ 6GB
  • Case
    Unknown
  • Storage
    1x WD 512GB SATA SSD 1x SAMSUNG 512GB M.2 SSD 1x WD 1TB SATA HDD
  • PSU
    Antec HCGM 850W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster T27A300 & Generic 12" Touch Screen
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2
  • Mouse
    Raizer Taipan
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M50x + FiiO A3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I highlighted everything and dragged it over.
  2. So I've transferred my old 3DS files into a new SD card to expand, but the DS thinks the SD card is empty and keeps creating new data and none of my old data is on it. I've copped the files directly from the old one straight into the new one. Someone please help!
  3. I'm just going to wait a long time and do a massive upgrade all at once. It just seems easier to me.
  4. The setting for overclocking the RAM should be in your BIOS somewhere, different for every board. I think the thing about RAM overclocking is just the timings is difficult. Here's an old forum post that might help. http://www.overclock.net/t/457451/how-to-overclock-ram-help
  5. Overclocking is a long process basically being trial and error since you have to test the stability of the overclock for a long time and then restarting after changing the clock speed if it passes. If the overclock fails you have to restart the computer and turn the clock down. I can't get a video for you right now so I'll let someone else handle that. I would say start by overclocking the GPU. Its much simpler and sort of easier to do with the various applications online.
  6. I don't know how to change it on that site. You'll have to find the option in your own. Sorry.
  7. The site allows you to pick a different case. Also, any CPU can be liquid cooled. I just don't recommend it on APUs since it doesn't do much nor can the A12 be overclocked.
  8. As I said before, Liquid Cooling isn't a necessity, more of an accessory. The stock cooler it comes with will be just fine.
  9. Alright that's good enough for some decent APU machines they have on here. 3 Options again A8: https://www.concordecomp.com.au/online-store/AMD-AM4-A8-QUAD-Core-9600-3-4GHz-8GB-DDR4-1TB-Gaming-Computer-System-Desktop-PC-p91137030 A10: https://www.concordecomp.com.au/online-store/AMD-AM4-A10-QUAD-Core-9700-3-8GHz-8GB-DDR4-1TB-Gaming-Computer-System-Desktop-PC-p91137039 A12: https://www.concordecomp.com.au/online-store/AMD-A12-Quad-Core-9800-4-0GHz-8GB-DDR4-1TB-R7-Radeon-Gaming-Computer-Desktop-PC-p58612057 A8 is the cheapest, but not exactly the best perfo
  10. Sure. Is your budget set a $450 AUD or can you expand a little bit?
  11. Not much in this PC is an upgrade from your current platform really except for using DDR4 and a 1TB HDD But if you can spend about $450 AUD (about $360 USD) its still going to be difficult to find something. The PC can't exactly run GTAV or PUBG all that well either.
  12. We do have lower resolutions as an option. Not sure if OP wants to go that way, but its there.
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