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WickedStarfish

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About WickedStarfish

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    Veteran

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  • Location
    Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, Video Making and Psychology

System

  • CPU
    Intel I9 9900KF @ 5.1 GHz (Msi Gameboost)
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390 Gaming Edge AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3000MHz 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Super Gaming X Trio 8GB
  • Case
    Primera PM01 RGB Matte Black
  • Storage
    500GB Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe SSD, Seagate Barracuda 8TB x2 (single drive for longterm household storage), 4TB Seagate Barracuda (For Games)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850 Gold 850W
  • Display(s)
    Dual Screen setup 1 x Acer KA251Q Abidx + 1 x Acer Predator XB240H
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X72 360mm AIO Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2S
  • Sound
    LG BH6530 + Logitech z506 + Logitech G933 Snow + Sennheiser HD 4.50R + RIG 700 HD
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    ASUS FX503V

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  1. oh, lol, then yeah you would select thje 320gb drive
  2. yeah that should be possible but you might need to go into the bios and select the 500gb drive as the boot drive
  3. i would assume so, what do you mean by questionable performance?
  4. if its only for gaming then personally i would go a low/mid range cpu (like a 5680 or i3/i5) and see what a 3060 would be worth, but by the time 90 weeks passes there could be many newer/cheaper products as that is nearly 2 years away and if you really wanted something sooner you could go a 2nd/3rd gen ryzen and get a 1660/2060/5700 and it will still be quite good as a first pc, my first pc (that i payed for) had a 4th gen celerion/pentium processor (cannot remember which) and a gtx950/960 which burned itself out after a little under a year (one reason that i wont use single fan gp
  5. yeah i doubt im going to be that good tbh, though i did really well in vr with a xbox controller, so now im just patiently waiting (i did also purchase elite dangerous today while waiting for the flight stick)
  6. So i own starwars squadrons on xbox one but i was looking at picking it up on pc (as i own a vr headset and im looking at getting a joystick today or tomorrow) and im just wondering that if i use both the vr headset and joystick on the game will i be able to still play with my friends that own the game on xbox one?
  7. usually is a update to the driver that fixes this, is this a new system or an older one with upgraded gpu
  8. i did, but unless im spending a lot the expandability is a bit lacking, yes there is some that i can get where you connect them via usb c cables, but i feel that one system that handles backups and runs the server would be the best fit for my use case (also the case can fit 20 drives with the option to add another case (i think its called the p200) to add even more hdd's
  9. maybe try booting the pc in safe mode, usually that stops things that are not nessicary to the system, then try deleting it, it would be my first port of call
  10. So im looking at setting up a plex build (have mentioned in a different comment), but I realised today that the case im looking at getting supports 2 motherboards (the Thermaltake Core W200) so i thought that i might include a second system that acts as a backup system to backup data so that if something happens to a hdd in the main system im not completly screwed, this backup will occur probably once or twice per day and will see a max of like 48gb, normally it will be 4-12gb so my main question is, if I am getting a cpu for the copying system would a lower core count but higher frequenc
  11. Depending on the funds avaliable after i decide on if i upgrade my tv to something nicer (it was the cheapest 55inch i could find that looked half decent so an upgrade would be good) it will probably be one of these two https://www.pccasegear.com/products/34212/acer-predator-xb271hu-qhd-144hz-g-sync-ips-27in-monitor https://www.pccasegear.com/products/49124/acer-predator-xb273ks-uhd-g-sync-144hz-ips-27in-gaming-monitor btw im australian (so prices are shit) and i love my current predator monitor
  12. but why, i need the beautiful graphics displayed on my 1080p display (nah i run 2 1080p monitors and a 4k tv and i plan to run 3 monitors and a 4k or 8k tv towards the end of next year)
  13. I plan to run it on 1080p for a while though (and i was planning on going the 3090) lol but i do plan to upgrade my gaming monitor mid next year to something with a better resoloution
  14. for $500 usd, if you cannot wait (for the new gpu's from both amd and nvidia), depending on your current specs, if you need to purchase straight away, going a 2060 or 5700XT would be your best bet (i listed both for if you have a preference, as the 5700xt will peform arguably better but im a nvidia guy so i would go the 2060, but a 970 has a decent amount of performance for 60hz) personally i would wait for the new gpu's and see what you can get a 120+hz monitor for
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