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About Max1996LTT

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450M Pro4
  • RAM
    Corsair 2 x 8 GB 3000 MHz
  • GPU
    XFX Radeon RX570 4 GB
  • Case
    Sharkoon S25-V
  • Storage
    SSD: Kingston A2000 250 GB + Crucial BX500 240 GB
    HDD: WD Blue 1 TB + 2 TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450
  • Display(s)
    Philips E-Line 245ES1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP Pavilion 15-cs0854nd
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  1. I've found what looks like the perfect monitor, the Philips S-Line 275S1AE.
  2. Unfortunately, this is not an option. Here, that one is starting at €394.
  3. I'm looking for a new monitor, to replace the current one I'm using. Budget: €250 Desired specs: 27", 2560x1440, IPS, at least 75 Hz, height adjustable. Country: Netherlands
  4. Back in March of last year, I purchased a 23,8" 1440p IPS (Philips 245E1S) monitor, to upgrade from a 1080p TN one of the same physical size. At the time, this was the largest size that my desk could easily accommodate. However, I since got a larger desk. That, combined with the recommended 125% scaling on this current monitor and the lack of height adjustment, is why I'm starting to wonder whether to stick with this current one or switch to a 27" 1440p monitor (with height adjustment) instead. What do you people suggest?
  5. There (likely) isn't any upgrading possible for that sort of thing, period.
  6. All in one? As in, desktop and monitor combined?
  7. And you're getting not only good cooler recommendations, but good recommendations for your whole system.
  8. Any SSD will do that. You'd only need Samsung if you absolutely want the fastest SSDs out there.
  9. ...You did not just recommend an SSHD, did you?
  10. < content removed by moderatiors > @Projekt8276, I highly suggest you listen to either @Fasauceomeor @GoldenLag These two are the best when it comes to PC part recommendations, speaking from my own experience.
  11. Would it be enough of a difference to justify spending more on 3200 MHz over 3000? Or doing actual OCing to get it to 3200?