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About DrillPlayer

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  1. Thank you very much for the tip with GPU-Z, it even takes me to a website that shows what looks like exactly my card. Thanks for all the help to all of you.
  2. I am not afraid of taking off the Side Panel and for the build I intend to get a friend of mine who knows what he is doing to help me, I am not stupid. I was talking about really taking the GPU out of the case and for example break something while yanking it out. Just by looking at the Card I can not really tell which one it is. I have already looked at it while the SIde Panel was open but all I got from that is the fact that its made by GIGABYTE.
  3. I've thought of doing that but do not really want to, because I am not an expert at all and don't want to break the GPU somehow. In the past I had bad experiences with shuffling Hardware around in General but If there is nothing else I can do then I guess I will have to try.
  4. Hey, While collecting some money for an upcoming build of mine, I realized that I could potentially sell my current GPU. The problem is that the only Information my PC gives me on my Graphics Card is that it is a Radeon RX 560 Series. Unfortunately I can not find the documents I got with the PC when I bought it a couple of years ago. Is there maybe a way to find out what exact GPU I have? Through Windows + R and "dxdiag" I could find some additional Information that might help you guys. Here's the link to the information: https://pastebin.com/tv61wEu9 Thanks for a
  5. I appreciate all the help you guys gave me and will definetly use it for my build. I will also come back to the forum in January. As for your question, Dedayog, I asked now to know if the parts are good for my intended use, as stated above. Anyways, thanks again for the help!
  6. I have not bought the parts yet, I only put together the list as orientation. Coming back in January is probably a good Idea as you already said. My main goal with the post was to know if the parts are good for the intended use i. e. Mid-End Gaming and Office PC. Nonetheless, thanks and maybe see you in January.
  7. Budget (including currency): 900-1000€ (1061,14$ - 1179,05$) Country: Germany Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gaming, Office PC Other details: I only need PC Parts, as i already have a Monitor, Mouse and Keyboard. A couple of months ago I already picked some parts that would roughly amount to 900€ (1060$) at the time. I would glady hear your opinions and suggestions for other parts. The Games I play now are not that high-end like for example Minecraft, GTA, Valorant or Yakuza but I play often and intend to use the PC for the next 5-6 years as a