Hi there! I'm running an i5-6400, GTX 1050 Ti with 8GB of a single channel memory. I've been keeping an eye on some local deals. My question for you guys is, what should my game plan be? Do I keep my current PC and add a GTX 1070 (there's one selling for $180) or sell it and get one of the systems listed below?
Thank you for any given help.
I would like to buy a new PC and wanted to make sure that my PC can do the whole thing. Can I use an AMD Ryzen 5 3600, MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus, and MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus XS 6G to play games like Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, League of Legends, Destiny 2, Warframe and stream?
I also have 2x 8GB RAM, a 500GB SSD, a 3TB HDD, and a Game Max RGB850 850W.
I have been thinking about overclocking my CPU, but I've never done it and don't know if it's worth it.
My current system is a z390 gaming plus, 8700K, 32GB RAM, and ASUS ROG Strix 2070. I currently use it for gaming and streaming, but would like to move into music and video production in the future. I want to get the most out of this chip before considering an upgrade.
I am in the process of building a computer mostly for video editing. However, I also would like to use it for Flight Simulator 2020 when it's released with very high resolution / detail.
I will be using an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 processor, with either 32 or 64 gigs of RAM. For the GPU, I am considering an AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT. Will that be a powerful enough GPU for Flight Sim 2020? Is 64GB of memory overkill? Thanks.
What motherboard do you recommend for an AMD 3900X with OC?
On the Core i9 9900KF product specifications page on the Intel website, Intel lists this specific CPU as having SGX (software guard extensions) as a component of the CPU. This is in spite of the fact that the GPU portion of the CPU is disabled by default. If I were to purchase this CPU and have the SGX enabled in my BIOS, would I be able to play 4K UHD DVDs on my computer if I had the proper Bluray player and software?
I'm having trouble with my new GPU. it's a RTX 2070, the fan on the GPU starts spinning and 100% when there is no gaming load on and after about 40 seconds then the fans stop spinning and then it would start again, can you help?
I have Lenovo L340 Gaming Laptop with i7 9750h processor, GTX 1650 graphics, 16GB RAM and 500GB SSD NVMe. Everything is fine but i have a question. Whenever i am benchmarking my laptop or running a stress test, the clock speed goes above 4 and 4.2 GHz with all 6 cores active. However, when im running games, the clock speed is stuck at 2.6 GHz (which is the base clock of this CPU). Although there is no prob with the game running, but im wondering why the clock is fixed at 2.6 when gaming? it goes above 4GHz as soon as i close the game. The temp also is around 67 68 C not so high. Could you suggest whats causing this?? thnx
I have Lenovo M90 Desktop (not the tower type). Model: 3244B2G. Can I upgrade it with a Graphic Card? What type of card should I use?
Any help please. Thank you!
I'm looking for a good GPU for my Ryzen 5 2400G, my motherboard is a Biostar B45M2, which is kind of cheap, I also only have 8gbs of single channel 2400mhz RAM. I'm looking to upgrade to 16gbs of 3000mhz, dual channel memory, but I want a good graphics card to play Fortnite, Valorant, League of Legends competitively at 240+ FPS and stream and edit videos.