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FulloffRage

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  1. Hello! I saw that my temperature was higher than normal. (normally around 40-45 idle) Now that i looked at it i remember my GPU Tuning being 300 and VRAM Tuning a lot lower when the PC was in idle. Is there a setting i should change, reinstall the drivers or maybe something else? Are these settings fine? (This is default for me) Ps. I installed the newest drivers and there was no change.
  2. When you upgrade your GPU keep your wattage in mind. You might also have to upgrade the PSU.
  3. Hello! I'm still working on putting a new system together and i have a small question. I'm looking at the 3600x or 3700x. I will be 99% use the PC for gaming, maybe once a months some streaming for friends to show a game or something. Would there for me be any real world differences in performance? I'll also not that i'll be getting a (99% sure) RTX 2070 Super. ( If that is relevant ) Any advice is greatly appreciated!
  4. Thank you all for the wonderful advice and some view points! Currently set on this build: CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor ($269.99 @ Micro Center) Motherboard: MSI B450-A PRO MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard ($99.97 Amazon) Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory ($74.99 @ Micros Center) Power Supply: Seasonic USA Focus Plus 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold ATX Fully Modular Power Supply ($119.99 Micro Center) GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB Video Card ($499.99 Best Buy) Total: $1064.93 I have decided to
  5. Hello! 1. Residing in the USA. 2. Aim: Playing modern games smoothly and sporadic streaming, Loads of watching content such as twitch/YouTube etc. 3. Monitors: Currently 1 1440p @60Hz. 4: Peripherals: They will be taken from current PC 5. Upgrading: Running games on low FPS and desire to maybe getting in to streaming is something i can't comfortable do right now. My Current system: I7-920 (@2.66 Ghz) 12Gb RAM ( @1066 ) Asus P6T Deluxe (version 1) CM 690 Case 650 Watt PSU 80+ Bronze (I do not remember the brand) R
  6. Hello, I am going to make my SSD in to a dual boot. For some reason there is an old boot sector on one of my mechanical drives. I tried to format it ( In windows ) and that didn't work. If i reinstall a windows version can i delete the volume and that will fix it. If this is not the way to go, how would i do it? How do i make sure that the boot sector will be on my SSD? When i reinstall the second O/S do you advise me to unplug all the other drives?
  7. I am going to get windows 10. Is there any reason why is should upgrade to Pro instead of going for the Home edition? I buy a new computer in the near future (4-6 months from now) Will i have any issues with my Product Key by installing it on the new PC?
  8. I was just asking because i have Windows 7 license and i heard something about the new Intel and AMD chips had issues with anything besides Windows 10. I was just double checking.
  9. Currently picked this. Partpicker I am going to wait a little more and see what happens to the market. Does any of the items i picked have a compatibility issues? Thanks for all your help
  10. What are H and B boards? My budget is $1000. I currently running: I7-920 12Gb RAM ( @1066 ) Asus P6T Deluxe (version 1) CM 690 Case 650 Watt PSU 80+ Bronze (I do not remember the brand) Radeon R9 290x Asus Essence STX SanDisk 240Gb / 2Tb WD Green / 640Gb WD Windows 7 Home Premium (64 Bit) I was thinking for now upgrading the CPU and the GPU over time. I will transfer the PSU, GPU, HDD's and Soundcard over for now. I was thinking either the 7700k or 8700k. (with the Motherboard, RAM) and a new case.
  11. With some money coming in at the end of February i am strongly considering treating myself to some upgrading or a new PC. (With some parts of the old one) I have a few general questions if someone can help me with that. I see now a lot of people saying wait with buying, does that go for CPU's, GPU's? I know RAM is expensive and if that is the only thing i might just bite the bullet. When could we expect new hardware? How long would it normally take to make a real life difference in lower prices of what is currently available? Does cooling paste matter where
  12. I currently running: I7-920 12Gb RAM ( @1066 ) Asus P6T Deluxe (version 1) CM 690 Case 650 Watt PSU 80+ Bronze (I do not remember the brand) Radeon R9 290x Asus Essence STX SanDisk 240Gb / 2Tb WD Green / 640Gb WD Windows 7 Home Premium (64 Bit)
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