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About Pixelfie

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    Gaming, messing with pc's
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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B460M Pro4
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX Fury RGB
  • GPU
    Sapphire Pulse RX 5500 XT (currently in RMA, using Palit RTX 2060 Dual for now)
  • Case
    Antec DP301M
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 500GB + 750GB WD Scorpio Blue from random laptop
  • PSU
    Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W
  • Display(s)
    AOC C24G2U
  • Cooling
    Intel stock cooler + Antec stock fan (exhaust) + 140mm Be Quiet! Pure Wings 2 PWM (intake)
  • Keyboard
    Trust GXT 830 AVONN
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703 Hero + Steelseries QCK
  • Sound
    Steelseries Arctis 3 (2019 edition)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Dell Latitude 3189
  • Phone
    Xiaomi Mi 9 lite
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  1. Since you'll be upgrading anyway, I recommend the 10600K. Including the motherboard it will be the cheapest and is probably enough for your needs.
  2. If you think that's good you haven't seen my Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
  3. There will always be some bottleneck. But what I would recommend is waiting a bit with the GPU, prices are currently dropping. 2060S would actually fit these CPU's nicely
  4. AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution should also launch for Nvidia GPU's. It released for AMD's yesterday, but I have no idea when it will release for Nvidia.
  5. I recommend the 10700K or 3700X. It has more cores which is nice for video editing. For gaming the 10700K is better, for everything else the 3700X. If you get the 1650 Super you will get a terrible GPU bottleneck. Even my RTX 2060 + 10400F is GPU bottlenecked. Intel Core i5 10600K vs. Ryzen 5 3600 & R7 3700X - YouTube
  6. I think it's key E (B460M Pro4), so that means it doesn't work?
  7. How about this AX200 for €20? Seems good to me and has an included antenna https://www.amazon.nl/Intel-AX200-Wi-Fi-Desktop-999VGD/dp/B085M7VPDP/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ax200&qid=1624314581&sr=8-3
  8. I'm looking for a wifi card so I can have Bluetooth in my PC. I prefer integrated over USB. Will I need an antenna? And how big is the difference between BT 4.0 and 5.0? Will mainly connect it to a Dualsense and Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Asrock B460M Pro4
  9. That should also be good, didn't see it was on discount
  10. https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Supernova-Modular-Warranty-220-GA-0650-X1/dp/B07WW1XK45/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=rm550&qid=1624307983&sr=8-7 Good PSU with good warranty. The 650w is nice if you plan on upgrading. Not sure if it's on sale for non Prime members but I think it is
  11. I ordered the browns, tried with a friends switch tester and they seem the best to me
  12. Corsair RM550, Seasonic Focus GX550 or Be Quiet Pure Power 11. Get the cheapest option. If that's too expensive maybe a CX550, but I would recommend one of the first.
  13. Yes, but it was also cheaper so maybe a better deal. But I've never tried a mechanical so I don't even know what to expect. I think I'm going with the Drevo since it's mechanical like the Trust but customizable like the G213. Do you know what would be best for me: Gateron blue, red or brown switches? I mainly use it for gaming but also some typing for school stuff
  14. Found some deals with Prime day, which would be the best? I mainly use it for gaming and typing stuff. Trust GXT 877 Logitech G213 Drevo Seer Max Mini Last one is €55 not sure if it shows that for non Prime members. If you know something better I can buy under 60 in the Netherlands let me know. Also I have a G703 so maybe that will play nicely with the G213
  15. Depends on what bitrate. If you have 5000kb/s then it will write 5mb/s and if you have 30000kb/s it will write 30mb/s. Usually you won't need anything higher than 50000kb/s, even that is high. But yes, that can damage the SSD quickly. I recommend using an HDD, they're usually fast enough.