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About curiousmind34

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  • Location
    United States


  • CPU
    i9 9900k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390-A Pro
  • RAM
    2x8 Ballistix 3000mhz + 2x16 T-Force Vulkan
  • GPU
    UHD Graphics 630 🙁
  • Case
    NZXT H510
  • Storage
    1 TB Crucial P2
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Bronze 750
  • Display(s)
    2x 24 inch 1080p 60hz
  • Cooling
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    iPhone 11 Pro

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  1. try allocating 4gb, that should fix it if its ram
  2. Intel was probably a better option because you would not have an old graphics card around which you can use with a ryzen processor, meaning now that the ryzen 7 5800x is not $450, it’s $450 + $50 gpu. And that $50 GPU is actually worse than intel integrated graphics.
  3. Well, do you want to have a pc to game on right now, or build a pc which you can use to do everything except game by using integrated graphics and buy a graphics card in an unknown amount of time (likely months) which will run games better than the prebuilt. Also, what games?
  4. In the first image, click output and then set it to nvenc if you have not already. nvenc is optimized to be very efficient on 10-series and newer GPUs. A new GPU can’t really be in the question for the next few months, so you are probably better off trying to optimize the setup you have.
  5. gpu usage drops because you become cpu/ram bottlenecked. Make sure that when you have minecraft with optifine open to hit escape on your keyboard, then click performance in the bottom right corner of the options, and turn everything on and set chunk updates to 1
  6. If this is your first pc I would give the edge to intel because it has integrated graphics. It has more cores so you can do more tasks like streaming but ach core is a bit less powerful, so if you are gaming at 1080p 240hz you might notice a bottleneck in some games, but otherwise that bottleneck is pretty rare for now. Go for a Z490 motherboard, and get the 10850k instead of 10900k (as you have done) The CPU cooler you chose is overkill, I would set a max price of around 150 to get a good 240 rad. Some for motherboard, a Z490 motherboard around $200 will work just as well. You forgot ram
  7. https://www.newegg.com/abs-ali473/p/N82E16883360058?IsFeedbackTab=true#scrollFullInfo
  8. One thing, make sure to go for the NVME SN550 over the SATA III Western Digital Blue, the SN550 is faster and around the same price
  9. Or just buy a prebuilt with better value if you think it's not worth the hassle
  10. Is it worth 2 grand? Hell No. an i9 9900k + gtx 1080 system is maybe worth like 1300
  11. Click advanced Then troubleshoot Then advanced options Then system restore From there you sign up and click through and system restore (no data will be lost)
  12. It might be a quirk with twitchtest. What do you get when you go to speedtest.net?