I want to transfer. I have over 1tb on this computer.
I have been hearing this buzz coming from the psu but when I move the power cord it goes away and then eventually comes back. Is that something I should be worrying about?
I wasn't thinking about upgrading my cpu or gpu right now. I would like to in the future but right now they work completely fine for me and I haven't run into any problems with them. I do believe that an SSD would be the right choice right now.
The boot time really does bother sometimes when I want to jump on really quick so I usually just grab my surface and use it for quick tasks. I'd love to get an SSD. Any recommendations on size or just what one?
I currently have a Ryzen 5 1600 in my build which you can check out on my completed builds page that has all types of stats for you. I do however have a 1060 3GB which is a little better than the 1050 ti so just keep that in mind.
Sorry for the late reply. I'd love to see your build once you finish it! Good luck
I went with the tomahawk simply because of the cost tbh. Those are both good boards and you won't be disappointed by either one. I would not go for the 2x 500gb, but rather try and get just a single 1tb or 2tb SSHD like I did. I am very pleased with it thus far and has shown no signs of issues. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
I've never heard anything bad from that website and I would think that the people that monitor and make pcpartpicker would not put up an unsafe website for their users to buy products from.
Get these. I have been waiting for them to go on sale and they are $70 off right now. They are really good speakers. The extra $10 is worth it.
$300-$350 I'd say for bottom dollar sale. If you were looking to get more, I'd say max would be around $425 but that is just my opinion. It really comes down to what you want to get from it.
Build a desktop. Like DaMysteryMan said, it will slow your laptop way down considering its specs.
Cool build, I like your case choice. Do you think the dual monitor stand will hold a 24" and a 29" ultrawide?
You are honestly pretty good off with this. It is an ultrawide IPS panel which gives you great viewing angles and clear images. It has 99% sRGB and it has the screen split control.
Dual monitors under $200 is no-go unless there's some ridiculous sale going on. I'll check on the 16:9 monitors. Any size you would prefer? 24" is pretty standard I'd say, I have a 24" and a 19" which is getting replaced by my new LG-29UM68.
Definitely go for a powerline adapter. I have one for my pc and I completely recommend it. Way better than an wifi adapter and very reliable. I have the TP-LINK AV1200 kit and it works like a charm. Although a little pricey, it was well worth the investment for solid internet.
It depends on what you mainly do on your pc. If you game competitively or just want that crisp 144hz refresh rate, then go BenQ. If you don't game super competitively but mainly for pleasure, 100hz will be more than enough and the sheer size and crispness of the Acer Predator will be a very immersive experience. I am about to purchase the LG-29UM68 and going from a 24", 16:9 monitor to a 29", 21:9 ultrawide will be a pleasure. The only reason I didn't go to a 34" and get a 3440x1440 is because my computer couldn't push the pixels for it running at ryzen 5 1600 and a 1060. Shoot me a reply for any other questions!
You will be looking at the 25" ultrawide's for your budget. The LG-25UM58-P is a great choice for your very limited budget. You get that 21:9 aspect ration, 60hz refresh rate, and sRGB 99% color accuracy. The only other monitor at this price range is the LG-25UM56-P. Also a good choice but I would go with the first choice if you have to have an ultrawide. Neither are going to have great colors for editing but they will get the job done. Feel free to shoot me a reply if you have any other questions!
Oh great! I code as well and I’m in school so I use lots of docs all the time. I think I’m going to pick up either 2 single or 1 dual monitor stand for my 24” and the ultra wide. Do you have any suggestions?
Ok thanks for the help
I think I am going to get the 29UM68 because that is the newer model and the stand looks much better. It also has a display port which the 58 does not.
Is this the monitor you are talking about, because it is cheaper on Anazon than Newegg.
LG 29UM58-P 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor - 29" - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B67KAQ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_0E95AbTTC86JC
Could you make a build with just the monitor you are mentioning in it. That would be helpful.
I have my own speakers and headset so idc about the speakers on the monitor.
What’s the difference between the 29UM58 and the 29UM68?
Sorry for late reply, I usually try and get back with people immediately!
What's your opinion on the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1's?
btw, Nice Build
Oh ok, great thanks
Alright great, thanks.
Ok, I might just try the cheaper one out and if I don’t like it, I’ll get a more expensive one.
Do you think I could do the Modi 2 Uber or should I go with the Multibit?
So I use the coaxial for the Xbox and what for pc?
Yeah, now I just gotta figure out how have my pc and Xbox one s hooked up to them.
Yeah I was thinking about getting them because the speakers I have now are too big to fit on my desk.
I'll definetly look into VESA mount. Thanks. Btw, what mount are you using?
If you need to see what my desk looks like, look on my build at my new white desk. My xbox is currently at the same angle as my PC but behind it.
Awesome, sounds pretty good. Is there any 27" monitors that you can recommend?
Ok, thanks. Are the satellite speakers bigger than you thought or are they normal size?
They still make them.
How are the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speakers?