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  1. Got it, thanks again! I will go for your first recommendation.
  2. Hi, just want to make sure about the first model (Eaton 850VA) - its power is 480W, is it not necessary that the power be equal to at least the power of the power supply of the computer + monitor? Thank you!
  3. Hello friends, recently due to power outages (a number of power outages and repetitions) my computer screen burned out and I had to replace it. I realized that for the new screen (and the computer) needs some protection. In particular that the same socket is also connected to a TV ... I net need protection for sensitive hardware from electrical interruptions; I have no special need to keep a tidy job as the computer is used by me for gaming and home browsing only. After searching the forum and in particular this thread, something is still not clear to me - does the purpose of preserving only essential components have priority / added value for UPS over lightning shield? Significant price differences. I have no problem spending ~ 600 NIS on a UPS if that's what it takes to protect a computer and a screen that cost over 7,000, just want to understand that it is indeed justified because I do not understand anything on the subject. Connected to the power outlet 4 sensitive devices: 1. Computer - Power supply Seasonic S12II 520W 2. Computer - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti video card (I guess it gets power from the computer's power supply) 3. AORUS FI27Q screen - consumes up to 75W (according to specifications) 4. Samsung QE65Q70R TV - consumes up to 240W (according to specifications ) If indeed a UPS is better than a lightning shield, I would be happy for advice on the power required from it. Thank you very much!
  4. Posting in the right forum This time I am looking for a new screen that will also fit gaming (at least 144Hz and low response times) and will also be suitable for viewing and reading long documents for work - meaning it is important for me to be comfortable with eyes, clear text view, good work in dark conditions. Very important - the ability to rotate the screen by 90 degrees, change height and angle easily, matte coating. Size - preferably 27 inches but if there is something wonderful at 23 is fine too. Budget - around 2,000, it is possible if this is a difference that is very much worth it. My last screen survived 8 years, so I prefer to buy a screen today that will also "upgrade" the computer in the coming years. Optional screens I have seen: Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q Dell S2716DG Dell S2719DGF Viewsonic XG2402 Asus PG279QE LG 27GL850-B I would love to hear which one is most suitable as well as recommendations on other relevant screens. The screen detailing will work: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz Ivy Bridge 22nm Technology RAM 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 799MHz 9-9-9-24 ASRock Z77 Pro4 Motherboard MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support ATX Video Card Thank you in advance
  5. Hi, so after this, a component burned on my current screen, it's probably time to replace a screen. I'm looking for a new screen that will also fit gaming (144Hz and low response times, mostly) but will also fit long documents for work needs - meaning the ability to rotate the screen in 90 degrees, change in height and angle easily, matte coating and so on "Size - preferably 27 inches but also 23 catches :) Budget - up to 1,700, can come to fruition if it really is a very worthwhile difference. I thought to continue with DELL and take the .S2719DGF - Is In your experience, this is a successful screen for these needs? Of course, I would love to hear recommendations on other relevant screens: Computer specifications: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz Ivy Bridge 22nm Technology RAM 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 799MHz 9-9-9-24 Motherboard ASRock Z77 Pro4 Video Card MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support ATX Video Card Power Supply Seasonic S12II 520W Cooler for Scythe Mugen III REVB Processor Antec P280 Cruzer MX500 Thanks so much to everyone who made this post so far!
  6. Hello everyone. During the socket replacement at home, I was required to lower and raise the switch twice or three. The computer was off during the process, the Dell U2312HM computer screen was on standby - not working. After replacing the socket and raising the switch - the computer screen does not turn on. Also no Stanby indicator - the screen's LED light is completely off. I tried to unplug the power, press the power button for a few seconds, and reconnect to the electricity, to no avail. The socket to which the monitor is connected also provides power for sure, as connecting another electrical device (charger to a cellphone) works properly. 1. What could be the cause of the malfunction? 2. Is this a relatively easy fix? how? 3. Is my wonderful computer screen final fried and forced to replace after 7 years of loyalty service? 😢 Thanks in advance to the assistants, Maddox
  7. Just for the Closure: I ordered the Crucial MX500. I used this guide to avoid reinstalling the entire computer. The installation took several hours, mainly because I had no idea of ​​a crush on the computer - apparently there are very few SATA + power cables inside - bottom line I disconnected the cables from my DVD drive to connect the new drive in addition to the old one. Final result - amazing! Everything comes up in seconds, actions that were just sputtering ... beams without a problem. Thank you! 😁
  8. This is the SSD with the SATA connection I am considering buying - the MX500. I saw that his brother BX500 was recommended in this article on HWZone.
  9. 1. I did look at the MX500 on Newegg. 2. AIC refers to a card like the Intel Optane SSD 900P which has a connection to the PCI-E rather than SATA. I took the example from this review on Tom's Hardware
  10. Thank you all! The details of the answers I received are completely self-explanatory. If I understood correctly - as long as I intend to switch to SSD only without upgrading other major components (in particular motherboard, but also processor) - I must find either: 1. 2.5Inch SSD - one with SATA connection 2. Add In Card (AIC) - Assuming I have a free PCI-E slot on the motherboard (and I have). If I am thinking of switching the motherboard to the type of cards offered here, I can put in more successful SSDs, but on the other hand I may get into trouble with a motherboard that does not fit the processor and hence the shortcut to the entire computer. Thanks again to all the helpers! I seem to have homework to do about the types of SSD I have listed.
  11. Thanks! 1. One year and a half ago, SSD was talked about as a way to improve load times between game areas - I don't have that problem ... Will switching to SSD improve the slowness I described when running Windows and other desktop apps? 2. Which companies / models are better than SSD? Favors quality over instant price, while preferring to avoid paying inflated price on brand unjustified 3. Is the processor and the amount of RAM still sufficient for gaming, in the presence of my new relative video card?
  12. Hi there, I think it's time to upgrade a component on my gaming computer, which also serves as a "main" computer. For about a year now I have noticed the slowness of the computer when in daily use: after a right click on a desktop (long time the menu appears), opening Explorer windows, time for various software upgrades ... I got used to having a waiting period after almost every click. After turning on, Windows goes up very quickly, but from the moment Windows comes up until the computer is ready for operation, it takes a long time. I've done a lot of CCleaner software maintenance, canceled the Startup software, switched from a Chrome browser to Firefox - just a slight change. When running games everything is perfectly fine. I have noticed that Task Manager many times shows me that Disk usage is 100% regardless of what software is running. I mean I understand that there is some bottleneck that depends on hardware - I'd love to know (1) (2) What components should be upgraded? Attachment Specification: Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz Ivy Bridge 22nm Technology RAM 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 799MHz 9-9-9-24 Board If ASRock Z77 Pro4 Video Card MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support ATX Video Card Power Supply Seasonic S12II 520W Refrigerated Scythe Mugen III REVB Processor Antec P280 931GB Seagate ST1000DM003-9YN162 ATA Device Dell U2312HM Screen Thank you so much to everyone who managed this post! Happy advice and suggestions.
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