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About JoseLgamer

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  1. Hello everyone. I am planning to build a new system with a 5600x, if i can find one in stock. I've been seeking a motherboard to go with it, I think the MSI A-pro B550 is a good choice, seems to have decent vrm, a good assortment of features and a good price. I do not plan to do any overclocking If you have other suggestions, feel free to go ahead and put them down
  2. that was roughly what i thought, but when there are two good options for the same price, it gets kida hard...
  3. Hi, everybody. I am planing a pc build for mostly gaming, but I also would like some that could do multitasking, when I am not gaming. I am a sucker for multitasking, usually have a ton of tabs open at the same time, even when gaming. Although both have more cores that what I have right now, since I am coming from a 7700HQ, a quad core with 8 threads. Not all games make use of those extra cores right now, but there are some that already do. Both cost about the same in my country, that one makes the decision particularly hard, for me anyway. I am rocking a 144hz display btw, i
  4. I don't really see myself going with a higher tier card in the next few years. But appreciate the advice GPUs have got more expensive than ever, and I dont really see it going back
  5. I'm planing to build a PC, with the following specs: Ryzen 5 5600x MSI B550-A Pro G.SKILL Aegis 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3200MHz CL16 MSI RTX2060 (not sure about the model, I already have from an other PC) Corsair Carbide Spec Delta RGB Kingston A2000 500GB 3D TLC NVMe Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM 256MB SATA III I didn't decide on the PSU yet, but i think 500w is enough, i seen that model is on the B tier on this list, so I think is suitable, but I am not sure I also been considering a bitfenix formula gold 550w I have a budget of around 1000$US for the entire build Your