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Shichi

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  1. So I recently purchased an RTX 2070 Super to upgrade my GTX 1060. With that, I also upgraded my PSU from 520W bronze to 750W gold. I have roughly $800 left on my budget for upgrade. I am leaning on getting the following Ryzen 5 2600 -> Ryzen 5 3600 MSI B350 MORTAR -> GIGABYTE B550 AORUS PRO TFORCE 8GBX2 3200 *retain - -> XPG SX6000 PRO 256GB PCIE NVME M.2 Kingston 250GB SSD *retain Seagate 1TB
  2. Well I just usually run games on 1080p with my 144hz monitor. I did get that 2070 Super hoping to max out my fps and reach 100+ fps on high settings, 1080p is fine by me.
  3. Thanks for the replies! Definitely going to upgrade that PSU first!
  4. So recently, I purchased a Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super, (I know i could just wait for the 3070, but seeing the market and stocks lately, I think I won't be able to get one till next year, so yea) The thing is, I didn't put it my system yet. I am currently running an R5 2600 paired with GTX 1060 6GB, running on Seasonic M12II 520W 80+Bronze PSU. I am not comfortable enough to put my 2070 Super with that PSU, Should I be fine? Also, will the 2600 bottleneck my 2070 Super ? (I don't do much OC, the only OC thing i've done is the 'game boost' from MSI bios. Or should I also u
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