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Bluecando

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  1. Thanks. That really helps. Guess I'll wait a little because GPUs are pretty crazy right now. And that vuugo retailer seems sketchy lol. Guess I'll buy some RAM for now, and hopefully things can come back to normal soon enough. Thanks again! Appreciate it.
  2. It uses up to 16 threads (logical CPUs). But I probably won't use the max ever. 32GB is usually recommended, but I thought since RAM is not the most expensive thing, it might be worth it. Intel UHD Graphics 630. All on same SSD.
  3. 1. Budget & Location Location: Montreal, Canada Budget: 2500$-3000$ CAD 2. Aim I'm a Poker pro, and I need a new PC. I need it to be able to multi-task easily while I play, and I also run sims which are very memory demanding. Probably need at least 64GB. I know they say that that software excels with the more number of threads on offer, but I'm not sure what that means lol. As for the rest I do basic stuff (photoshop, web, some small gaming like Hearthstone and Civ6). Don't plan on using it for other gaming. 3. Monitors I run 2 x Dell 31.5" 1440p. Not sure wh
  4. I mean I have to up to 2500$ budget, if it's less that's fine lol
  5. Budget (including currency): Around 2500$ CAD Country: Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Poker Software, some Photoshop, PIO solver, basic regular tasks Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Looking to build a PC that will last me a long time and that can easily process databases and simulations. Needs to be able to multitask efficiently (12 poker tables, poker tracker (database), spotify, youtube, all at
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