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Teriyaki Thunder

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  1. I know this is a common question asked about 100000 times but I was wondering what your guys opinions were on Air vs Liquid Cooling. I'm in the middle of picking out new parts for a new system, I already have the Corsair 220T with 3 intake fans in the front and an exhaust in the back. I was wondering if I would get better performance out of a 240mm AIO mounted at the top as an exhaust or the Noctua U12A in a push pull config. Any thoughts / advice is helpful.
  2. I get that, but how about an FX cpu and buying a 1660 or 2060 with the thought that I'll upgrade to Ryzen 3rd gen within the next few months? Presumably, my PC would still run at the same specs it did before, I'm just leaving GPU performance on the table correct?
  3. Is it worth it to bottleneck my GPU NOW in the preparation of upgrading my system in the future and not having to upgrade the GPU?
  4. Get Ryzen 3rd gen or wait for 4th?
  5. Would it be worth getting a new PSU? I mean PSU prices are criminal right now but I'm concerned that getting new parts a 500W wouldn't be able to handle it.
  6. Thank you for the suggestion, I've been considering either or, having friends tell me to completely upgrade or go piece by piece.
  7. Alright, so my system is "relatively" dated, I bought it off a friend to code and learn Linux on. Recently I've gotten more into gaming. I've got an AMD FX6300 (6c/6t) sitting in an Asus M5A78L-M LX Plus with a GTX 750, (2x4) 1600 DDR3 Ram and a 500W 80+ EVGA PSU. I recently bought an SSD to improve performance, cleaned out the whole system, reapplied thermal paste, etc. Then my GTX 750 DIED. Does anyone know what card I should upgrade to that won't bottleneck my performance in 1080p games or light 1440p? Or at this point would it be more effective to save the case, PSU, and SSD and get a new
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