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Sima01

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About Sima01

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  • Location
    Croatia
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i5-10400F
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B460 Pro4
  • RAM
    Kingston 2x 8GB 2400MHz DDR4
  • GPU
    Gainward GTX 1660 Ghost
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1TB
    Kinston A400 120GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CV 550
  • Display(s)
    HP Omen 24,5' 144Hz
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy Elite RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Laptop
    Acer Nitro 5

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  1. NH-D15 is overkill for that CPU as far as you ask me, I think you should stick with this one you have already. I mean if you want to upgrade and prepare for future upgrades, but CPU won't be damaged by little bit higher temperatures.
  2. Seems like you can't go wrong with any of these, if have nitro 5 with Intel i5-9400H I think it is. And the end of the day, you can upgrade RAM but you can't upgrade your CPU so easily in a laptop so I would probably choose Nitro 5. You can probably easily add M.2, not sure but mine has an upgrade path open.
  3. Well, that's what ram used to be at 3rd generation of intel CPU's
  4. IS that 35 - 50 under full load? In that case try to update your drivers, delete useless things from your PC and it will probably improve. Even if that 1% is under 60, if there is nothing that impacts your gameplay, it should be fine
  5. You should state what games you play to start with. Do you use RAM with one or two sticks, are they working in dual channel or single channel? I5-3470 should be good enough CPU for all esports title and few never games, but it can't really keep up with more advanced games in terms of higher settings. Is it getting thermal limited?
  6. Good idea you got there with BIOS update.
  7. I had similar problem, but it was RAM related, so you can try to re-seat the RAM modules. That's easiest thing to start with.
  8. I don't know for sure nor I'm a pro at this but getting an error seems like a driver issue, having your PC restarted indicates a power delivery or overheating issue. I'm not sure will the card draw power through the PCIe but PCIe x16 can draw up to 70 W as far as I know. That RTX can draw up to 150-175 W, and that's inside the limit of 8 pin connector. As far as I can see you have been running that card since July of 2019. and if that problem started showing up now, it may be a power phase or something going out. If its under warranty, just go and let them repair it or give you a
  9. Hi, Maybe some of you can answer my question, my GPU has DVI-D, HDMI and Display Port outputs so I want to know can I connect another monitor to my PC, one with HDMI and one with Display Port? Im 50% sure it will work since I can't tell if that Display Port is just a duplicate of that HDMI or something. Never used dual monitor with a PC. GPU is GTX 1660 Gainward Ghost
  10. My last case had no intake in front, can't be worse than that.
  11. Its not power hungry system by any means and doesn't run hot, for what it is, its fine, there is no point in spending more money than you need. At least if you ask me. I understand that if I put top of the line components inside it would probably run hot but i don't see any reason to buy components like 1080 Ti, 2080 Ti etc. because I mostly play League of Legends, use zoom, play CS:GO etc. Sometimes GTA V, planning to play No Man Sky and it all runs fine here. Even if i wanted to buy something better I paid this CPU around 180€, MOBO was 100€, ram is like 100€ for 2 sticks back then, case
  12. I can't tell if you are just trashing on my decision of using it, but let me tell you, it does the job pretty good.
  13. Yes, just go to nvidia control panel and change the refresh rate to 144 Hz.
  14. If you have a hdmi connection, you can connect your fridge if it also has hdmi. Check your ports, better question is, will your 1050 run much things at 144+ FPS.
  15. Can you maybe check the condition of your gpu fan, try to look for anything that may be getting in the way. Its maybe just a fan i don't expect the sound from anything else. Intel stock cooler does make higher nosises but thats normal. Its sounds like fan is touching a wire. Does that sound came frist time you used youd gpu?
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