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HunchoGang

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About HunchoGang

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Nov 07, 2003

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    HunchoGang#8910

Profile Information

  • Location
    Texas
  • Gender
    Male
  • Biography
    I play basketball, football, and like PCs. That's pretty much it :P

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-2600 Sandy Bridge
  • RAM
    8gb DDR3 Ram
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce 1650 Rtx Mini itx
  • Storage
    128 GB SSD, and a 750 GB HDD
  • PSU
    220 W PSU
  • Cooling
    Stock cooling all around
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Corsair Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Yes the parts have been switched out. It is all in a Dell optiplex 390 Tower
  2. Dell optiplex with Asus mobo- yes overclocking Not a stock cooler- yes overclocking Yes it's not a non k, but I can get more performance out of it Because I play demanding games and want to squeeze more performance out of it.
  3. Yeah I've seen many get this clock with the non k variant. If not 4.2 GHz then I Know it was at least 4.1 GHz
  4. Alright so this is what I got goin on: I currently have a Dell Optiplex that can pull hella frames in many games. Here are the specs (I7-2600, 16 gb ddr3 ram clocked at 1600 MHz, 256 GB SSD, (1) 750 GB HDD, (1) 600 GB HDD, 500W PSU, and a Gigabyte GTX 1060 6gb Windforce OC.) [KEEP IN MIND THIS IS THE NON K VARIANT*] On the Intel website for the cpu it says the base clock is 3.4 GHz and the boost clock is 3.8 ghz, but I've done some research and seen YouTube videos in which people like Gamers Nexus and other small PC enthusiasts got clocks up to 4.2 GHz. If anyone could expand more on this, and
  5. I talked him down to just the card. Should I still accept or nah?
  6. Yeah it is good, but I would like to get some higher quality. 4gb vram compared to 6gb of vram is quite a large difference.
  7. It came in brand new packaging and he showed me a receipt as well. Everything he stated is accurate and it is indeed only a week old.
  8. Ok so here is what is going on. About 2 weeks ago I posted my Gigabyte Gtx 1650 low profile with 4gb of gddr6 for sale on offerup and just recently I recieved a trade. The guy offered his Gigabyte Gtx 1060 with 6gb of GDDR5 saying it was used for about 1 week while mine was used for 1 week as well. Should I accept the deal? I am also adding more items to make the deal worth it for I believe his card is more expensive than mine. Any questions asked about the trade will be answered to better help you make a decision.
  9. Also how is a card with gddr6 slower than a card with gddr5. I'm a bit nooby at cards, but I don't think this should be the case.
  10. Also I need to know if the RX 480 8gb with gddr5 is actually faster than the gtx 1650 low profile with 4gb if gddr6
  11. My PC can support any size, I just got a Gtx 1650 low profile for the time being.
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