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MRDotted

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  1. Okay, thanks. So I'll also have to upgrade my motherboard in that case.
  2. Okay, so I'm planning on upgrading my CPU. However, my motherboard is on the older side, it being the Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming 3. It does have an AM4 though. So, what I want to know is, what CPUs would work on it? Can I just get any AM4 CPU, such as a Ryzen 9 3950X? Or do cerain newer CPUs require newer mobos, even if they are AM4?
  3. Do we know what the recommended setup is for an RTX 3070? What I mean by this is the minimum watts, CPU, etc. I'm planning on buying one, but I want to know what the required components are to run it without bottlenecking it.
  4. Is it possible to have two keyboards plugged into and working on 1 PC? Would it be possible to asign hotkeys to one keyboard without them interfering with the second? I want to know this because I have some games that have a lot of hotkeys, and a second keyboard would nice to have the hotkeys assigned to.
  5. Okay, I did a little searching on AlphaCool, and found matching waterblocks. However they are not for my 2060, but rather 2080's, but it says that they are a matching fit. Would they work, or should I just give up until I get a new GPU that does have a waterblock for it?
  6. Thanks. However I've run into a problem on the site - or rather the fact that I am unable to access it. Something to do geolocation disabling it. This is in Deepcool.
  7. Okay, so I know Corsair makes liquid cooling, and had waterblocks for some GPUs. However, I have noticed that they are limited in which GPUs do have waterblocks. Are there any liquid cooling manufacturers that specialize in liquid cooling, and that have a wider variety of liquid cooling blocks for GPUs? I'm mainly looking for a waterblock for a Gigabyte Geforce RTX 2060, since I want to overclock it and have it run more silently under pressure.
  8. Well seeing how I'm broke after buying the GPU, I'll get some adapters for now, and later on buy a better PSU.
  9. Would adapters also be an option? I've found adaptors that allow me to plug the cables in the picture into my GPU.
  10. Dont see a brand or model so here is a picture. I looked at the cables but couldnt find an 8 pin. Also, ignore the dust, thats getting cleaned up today.
  11. Unfortunatly I dont know what PSU I have. I bought it quite a while back. I had a good look at it, but I cant find a 6 pin. If I do need to buy a new PSU, then I guess I'll be having to save up again.
  12. Where should it say this? The head or the cable?
  13. So I recently bought a Geforce RTX 2060. While putting it into my PC, I realized my PSU only had a 4 pin, which didnt even fit the GPU. The PSU supplies 500 watts. What should I do?
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