Inland Professional SATA III SSD: For 480GB was installed 3wks ago by a PC repair shop here in San Diego on an old Toshiba that copied my hard drive a WD BLUE 500GB from another laptop and that Microsoft driver from 2006? This SSD is sooooo slow.....called them said it should be really fast.
Before I bring it back, any feedback as to why so slow?
I purchased the NZXT Kraken X53 only that I didn't understand how the fans were supplied. Where should they be connected?
I am going to build a computer to handle the upcoming Microsoft Flight Sim 2020. Do you know of the best system specs and can you give any advice? Thank you!
Does the NVIDIA GeForce 1080 Ti GPU still hold up in graphic heavy games to play at 1440p at high refresh rates?
And, what would be a good modern CPU to pair with it to maximize its performance?
If I use a Vega 64 GPU and a Radeon VII in the same computer, will they revert to 8GB VRAM or will I still have the advantages of the 16GB on the Radeon VII?
I'm buying my first prebuilt gaming PC and it's an iBUYPOWER gaming desktop with the AMD Ryzen 3 3200G, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 240GB SSD, AMD Vega 8 Graphics, and Windows 10 Home.
I don't know if that's a good gaming PC. I don't have a lot of money, my budget is $500. If this PC is not good for gaming, can you find me a good one? Thanks for helping.
I have an MSI AMD B450 Tomahawk Max motherboard. What is the best GPU and CPU that it's compatible with?
Should I go for a 24-inch 1080p 144Hz monitor or 27" 1440p 144Hz?
My configuration: Ryzen 7 3700X, 16GB 3600MHz CL16, and RTX 2080 Super. So, what I want to ask is... is it worth it to get a 1440p monitor or should I stick with 1080p?
I have an older Lenovo IdeaCentre K300 series and want to run dual monitors, not for gaming, for extended desktop.
What video card would be best to do so with? I don't need anything extreme like I said, I just want to run a few programs and do so on multiple screens and right now I cannot because my motherboard only has one output for the screen. I'd like to have VGA and HDMI.
I am looking to upgrade my system to a Ryzen 9 3900X, X570 mobo and 32GB 3600 C16 RAM. I'm coming from an i7 3770 with 12GB 1333 RAM. I intend to keep my 1070 and use it on my new build, and upgrade it when NVIDIA releases the 3000 series.
My aim is to play at 144Hz 1440p. I mostly game on my PC, but i need it to be work-ready for engineering applications, like Revit and Solidworks. Now my question: since upgrading it is not a time sensitive issue, should i wait for the next CPU generation coming this summer? I want the CPU upgrade to last me 7-8 years. Thank you very much!