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I saved a lot of time for a gaming computer to upgrade from my old computer, so I wanted to ask a few questions about my specs. 1. Is there anything to fix in it (I'm on a budget so I can not really cost it) 2. I have the gigabyte M27Q screen I bought it really cheap and it is 1440p 170hz and will the specs work well with it? 

 

Specification :

Processor: i5 10600KF

Motherboard: Z490M

CPU Cooling: Coolermaster Hyper 212 Black edition

Memory: XPG 16G 8x2 3200Mhz CL16 D50 grey

Graphics Card: 3060 TI TUF 8G

Hard Disk: XPG 256G M.2 3000 / 3500MB / s 

Hard Disk: Seagate 1T 3.5 7200RPM

Power Supply: 700W Neo eco gold Zen5 80+
Case: DF600 FLUX Tempered glass RGB

 

~~~~ And will the power supply be enough for me because I am thinking of taking 800w because of my computer use.

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The specs seem to be spinning, I personally would change two things, first of all I would completely give up the hard disk and I would buy NVME 1TB at 500 NIS instead of the hard drive and the small SSD and beyond that I would take a case with more airflow like the NX800.

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The specs seem to be spinning, I personally would change two things, first of all I would completely give up the hard disk and I would buy NVME SSD 1TB at 500 NIS instead of the hard drive and the small SSD and beyond that I would take a case with more airflow like the NX800.

And power supply change? And if you can recommend me a drive 1tb?

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And power supply change? And if you can recommend me a drive SSD NVMe 1tb?

Power supply just fine, if you want more then go for it, but for this computer it's above and beyond.
All NVME Will give you the same user experience, go for the cheapest you will find (I think this is the cheapest startpc of adata)

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Power supply just fine, if you want more then go for it, but for this computer it's above and beyond.
All NVME SSD Will give you the same user experience, go for the cheapest you will find (I think this is the cheapest startpc of adata)

No problem, so I'll take 750w for safety. Thanks for the help

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Your video card will not even tickle half of the screen itself. I'm with 3080 and Reisen 3600 at 4.3 and it does not even reach 70 FPS in the new games.

By "new games" you mean CP2077 All about Otra with RT? Because in the vast majority of games he will be able to play great.

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By "new games" you mean CP2077 All about Otra with RT? Because in the vast majority of games he will be able to play great.

All the new games. Both the new CALL OD DUTY and the new WATCH DOGS and also the new Assin Creed and Hela nor the new Hitman 3 nor the RDR2 which is not new. These games also do not require such fast frames and these more focus on quality, great maps, and plot. I'm been playing a relatively old game lately - Assassin's Creed Odyssey and it's barely reaching 60 and it's not on the highest settings! In short one has to think what types of games are played before running to buy a 144HZ screen and so on

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