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  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

Of course if you buy a GTX1060 that is 6 GB. You can start with a mechanical HDD disk and later update with an SSD, which incidentally is essential on a computer today. I hope everything goes well in your assembly.

A greeting.

  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

The problem is that if i get HDD first so i can get the 3GB version,and buy windows,later i will have to updgrade with an SSD but i will have to make a format.. What about the windows if they are OEM?

Anyways,depends on my budget if it is gonna be 3GB or 6GB .. Both will gonna be great.. Althought i was thinking for an Rx 580 since i'm gonna buy a FreeSync monitor,but the prices are extemely high,i was late..

Thanks a lot mate,you got my thumbs up for the amazing build.. Love the purple RGB.. Great job once again!

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