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About Potato161

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  • CPU
    i5 1040
  • RAM
    2x8gb ddr4
  • GPU
    geforce gtx 1660 super
  • Storage
    500gb m.2 / 500gn hdd
  • Display(s)
    1x 1920x1080 60hz
  • Operating System
    win 10 home
  • Phone
    iphone 8
  1. The only problem is that the case is very small and only has 1 pcie slot to I want to get the main parts into a new case so I can have more storage and pcie expansion
  2. I recently got a prebuilt pc for Xmas. It’s great apart from the fact that it has its own proprietary motherboard, psu and case made by Lenovo. (Specs: i5 10400, gtx 1660 super, 16gb ddr4, 500gb m.2) I was wondering that when I upgrade, could I salvage the cpu and ram from this pc and put it on a new motherboard or would they need some kind of proprietary chipset or something? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. How much ram do you have? What is your power supply wattage? Please answer these questions and I will get back to you. I would recommend at least 8gb of ddr4 ram and a low end gpu like the 1050ti (which is 75w). Also you need to make sure your power supply can handle it. I don’t think you need a new monitor though, I would recommend keeping your 60hz monitor and capping the FPS to 60 and adjust the graphics settings as you need to maintain your 60 FPS target