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nozamA

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  1. I do agree that older i7s are a great value, but what I need is an upgrade path. These older CPUs don't really support that.
  2. I agree, an old 6700/7700 will probably be around the same price, but used. I'm not too familiar with motherboards of that socket, but I imagine they are similar. The upgrade path is the majority of it though, because i will probably upgrade to a 6 or 8 core CPU in a year or two.
  3. Thank you to @Middcore and @RONOTHAN##. This was very helpful. I do agree that there is probably a used 6/7th gen processor for less, although I would like a bit more of an upgrade path, as I might upgrade in a year or two, and would like to without having to get a new motherboard. Thanks though for the information, this did help quite a lot. Thank you. I now hold more knowledge.
  4. Hi all, i have posted here before, and after some playing around, I have a new PCPP list. It consists of an RTX 2060, 16 GB RAM, and an Intel core i3 10105F. That's my problem. I'm not sure if my graphics card will be bottlenecked by my more budget CPU, and i'd quite like to keep the RTX card. Here is the PCPP list if you want: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/QPHLMv If I would be bottlenecked, what CPU would you recommend, I know there is very much around this price range so i can pay maybe up to $100 more. (Australian dollars). I have also made a
  5. I don't already own one, but 550W gives me some room to upgrade later
  6. I changed the part list cuz I found out that the 1080 Ti wasn't actually on Umart. Here is the link: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/rvnTGq Better RAM, 1TB more storage, 1660s, 80+ Gold 550W PSU
  7. K I changed it a bit here is the new link: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/rvnTGq It's about the same price, better RAM, 1660s GPU (rip 1080 Ti dreams), 1 tb more storage, 80+ Gold 550W PSU
  8. I see what you mean...hmmm. Idk man. I guess I could use this instead: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/product/DdbCmG/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1660-super-6-gb-gaming-oc-video-card-gv-n166sgaming-oc-6gd It's not as good of a GPU, but it'll do the job.
  9. Thanks, I was thinking of just downloading it for free and then getting the key later, it would save quite a bit.
  10. Here are the two PSUs on a comparison page in PCPP: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/3hkwrH,B6XnTW/ PS: The one I showed you is the second one of cooler master - 'MWE V1 Bronze [MPX] =>600W - Masterwatt
  11. It would still be under budget, but what if I put something more like this: https://au.pcpartpicker.com/product/B6XnTW/cooler-master-masterwatt-550w-80-bronze-certified-semi-modular-atx-power-supply-mpx-5501-amaab-us Just cuz it's about the same as my original choice and it has pretty similar specs to the one u suggested.
  12. https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/dwc37X
  13. Thanks! I've currently got a Corsair CXM (2015) 450 W 80+ Bronze 450W, priced at $68.77 AUD (~$49 USD) and I can go maybe $10-$20 (~$7-14) more to stay under my budget.
  14. Hi. So I'm thinking of getting myself a new PC, the wattage on pcpartpicker shows 439W, and my PSU is 450W. I'm guessing that it would work fine, even though there is only a few watts spare, but I'm not very experienced so I'm not sure. Should I get a higher wattage PSU or would it be fine. Yes, I know, there wouldn't be much of an upgrade path, but that's not a problem. Thanks.
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