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fishingbrick

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About fishingbrick

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  • Birthday Sep 05, 2000

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    Farman F222.2 #1790

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    Versailles, France
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    Male
  • Interests
    Tanks, Planes, Ships, and War Thunder.
  • Occupation
    Hoping to work at Nvidia.

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  1. First thing you should do is upgrade that CPU and motherboard.. The CPU is important as it might bottleneck the GPU getting less frames. For a good starter CPU and motherboard I would recommend a Ryzen 5 1600 AF along with this mobo: https://www.amazon.com/MSI-ProSeries-Compliant-Motherboard-PRO/dp/B083GK2GXR/ref=sr_1_2?crid=XLUL2XBHLHTD&dchild=1&keywords=am4+motherboard&qid=1588015999&sprefix=am4+mother%2Caps%2C308&sr=8-2 @TechAreUs
  2. Sadly it doesn't. It gets around 40 fps on 768p. If I raise my budget a bit more there might be something.
  3. @boggy77I'm mostly looking at ebay.fr, and amazon.fr refurbished. I don't know if there are any other sites that specialize in refurbished laptops.
  4. Now, I know what you're going to say: Don't get a gaming laptop. Just build a PC. No. The reason I want a gaming laptop is for the following reasons: 1. I'm not going through the hassle of building a PC. That's not for me. 2. I like portability and gaming at weird places. 3. I don't need an extremely good PC. I play quite old games that don't need that much power. Now what I would like my new gaming laptop to be able to handle: I play a game called War Thunder which is a game made in 2012. One of my favorites. I'd like to be able to run it at movie settings at 900p or High
  5. @Domino137It should be fine even with the PSU. However If you might upgrade to another gpu of higher TDP there might be a little bit of bottle necking.
  6. @Streetguru my budget for my monitor is around 250$ The most demanding game I play is War Thunder (Which isn't very demanding), my GPU is 1070, and my cpu is i7-6800k at 4.5 ghz all cores.
  7. I'm looking for a new monitor and I thought: hold on, isn't it that the larger the monitor the more pixels are spread apart? So my question is, would a smaller monitor look better then a larger monitor with the same refresh rate & resolution?
  8. You would need quite a fast cpu to not bottleneck a gpu with the required amount of power to run 1440p. Faster cpu would be more important, but dont skimp out on your gpu as well.
  9. Sadly I could not afford something like this. I was thinking of diy'ing it.
  10. I like the power of PC's. I like the portability of a laptop. Since I'm going to college next year, I need the power of a PC, but something I can take to my classes. This may be a little extreme, but this is something I want to do. A few things I'm going to want to put in my PC: I5-9600k (Watercooled), Gtx 1650s. I want to put this in a heavy duty briefcase, so I can take it around with ease. Please help as this is my first modded PC.
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