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About vidyasager162

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  • Birthday Mar 27, 2002

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i3
  • RAM
    4 GB DDR3
  • GPU
    Intel Integrated Graphics
  • Case
    Laptop Form Factor
  • Storage
    1TB HDD
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  • Keyboard
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  • Sound
    Inbuilt Realtek Sound System
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP Pavillion

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  1. So, There is a friend who is looking to buy a good gaming laptop and we decided on a Lenovo Legion 5 which comes with a Ryzen 5 4600H, 8 gigs of RAM ( which will be later upgraded to 16 gigs), GTX 1650 with 4 Gigs of VRAM, 1TB HDD + 256 gig SSD. But recently, he came over a benchmark which showed that the GTX 1060 mobile is performing way better than the GTX 1650 mobile. I have searched for an answer/explanation for this. Can somebody tell me why it is like that so? Also which one should we go with? GTX 1060 or GTX 1650? If 1060 is the better answer, then kindly recommend us some laptops withi
  2. Mostly this happens if the CPU is either dead or having some problems.
  3. Look at the CPU processes. If it's maxed out at even being on idle or something like that means that you have cooling problems or something like that.
  4. It is a good camera for beginner photographers and it's user friendly for beginners to DSLRs.. If you want to learn more about shooting photographs and modes... Contact me on my PC(Personal Chat).
  5. Check your HDMI port whether it's fried or something...
  6. You're setup is actually very good already... Upgrading to Ryzen 7 3700x would be worth the amount you'll be paying for it... You'll be in the territory of 111 to 123 FPS after the upgrade I guess.... A 25 to 30 FPS increase is definitely a great upgrade... I think you should go for it!!
  7. Look for distortions on the screen or any colour lines that are formed... If these things happen it's probably the HDMI or the Monitor... But you're saying that there are some random restarts... Maybe do a disk clean up or use a recovery point from before these problems started incase something is corrupted.
  8. Other than extra ports... Essentially it's larger and wider than the Lian Li O11D
  9. You can run GPU-Z to check whether there is any fault on your GPU... As far as for the HDMI cable I don't think there is a software to check that. Will let you know if i find out anything...Until then try GPU-Z
  10. Don't know for sure if 300W is too much or sufficient for the setup... But there's probably not too much power that can fry you mobo.... You should probably get into a better heatsink solution than the current one... But it's still 3 cores.. So you won't be gaming too much that heat dissipation would be a problem... So i guess that heat sink is fine...
  11. Try troubleshooting like plug your rig to another monitor... If the problem doesn't occur then probably problem with the port on the monitor.. If it still persists , then try any other HDMI cable and check if the HDMI cable is probably the problem... If there's still problem.. Then probably it's your GPU I guess....
  12. You're very much welcome... If you have anymore doubts on this or any other topics... Feel free to ask them... If you want any recommendation ... I'd be happy to recommend you some models... https://www.amazon.com/Philips-276E8VJSB-3840x2160-UltraNarrow-DispalyPort/dp/B07JXCR263/ref=sr_1_7?crid=15F4EI5ZAVTBC&dchild=1&keywords=4k+144hz+monitor&qid=1587027318&sprefix=4k+144hz+%2Caps%2C371&sr=8-7 https://www.amazon.com/AOC-C32G1-Frameless-1920x1080-DisplayPort/dp/B07HKM16DT/ref=sr_1_10?crid=1R4TFFELX160T&dchild=1&keywords=curved%2Bmonitor&qid=
  13. Okay that's a decent rig to handle some of 4k with like 50 to 60 FPS... Or even lesser at high settings on games.. You have DisplayPort 1.4 so you can use that to get the full 5120x2160 resolution on the monitor you enquired about...