• Cant get email on my pc?

    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Whats a good gaming PC that can run Fortnite and Apex Legends or just any high end game without a problem for a price thats not too expensiv?

    Best answer: INSTRUCTIONS UNCLEAR: ORDER BANANA? Generally when you ask about finding a gaming PC, a CRITICAL ITEM that many people will want to know is WHAT YOUR TARGET BUDGET IS? Without this information, you're going to get a vast range of systems that vary between cheap, but seriously underpowered to overhyped system... show more
    Best answer: INSTRUCTIONS UNCLEAR: ORDER BANANA?

    Generally when you ask about finding a gaming PC, a CRITICAL ITEM that many people will want to know is WHAT YOUR TARGET BUDGET IS? Without this information, you're going to get a vast range of systems that vary between cheap, but seriously underpowered to overhyped system with an overblown price tag to match. You also forgot to mention if you're looking for a laptop OR a desktop, which can affect costs as well. I know you may not want to hear that your desired system may be unattainable, but at least you would know what to shoot for in funds. With that (all-to-common) rant out of the way, let's look at system requirement objectives.

    Using System Requirement Lab's website ( https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cy... ) & reviewing the noted games... Apex Legends is currently the most demanding, but it's not as demanding as PuBg. For desired specs (running with Recommended Requirements as a guideline), I would have to go with the following:

    * Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1060 (3 GB) or better; AMD R9 290 / RX 570 or better.

    * Processor: Intel Core i7-7700/HQ / i3-8100 or better; AMD Ryzen 3 1300X / Ryzen 3 2200G or better

    * RAM: 8 GB or more (16 GB recommended)


    With those baselines, we can examine systems.

    With Dell, the starting price points will be around $900 for desktops & around $1,100 for laptops for the desired specs BEFORE DISCOUNTS.

    With HP's OMEN series, desktops will be going for around $1,050 & laptops around $1300 BEFORE DISCOUNTS

    Even NXZT's Let's BLD service won't go any lower than $1,000 for a desktop.


    You might be able to look elsewhere for better prices, but this is a reasonable focus. If you're willing to build your own system & venture into the secondary market for components, you could scrape by with a $500 budget... but it might be too much of challenge for your to attempt.


    Hope this helps!
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do people build their own PCs because of gaming?

    Best answer: That's the main reason.
    Best answer: That's the main reason.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there some cracked or Emulator version for Spider-Man 2018 game so it can be played on PC?

    Best answer: Legal issues (regarding copyright & software piracy) not withstanding, there's currently NO viable PS4 emulators available at this time & will highly unlikely to become available in the foreseeable future. The main reason is that the PS4 is highly specialized hardware with proprietary encoding that... show more
    Best answer: Legal issues (regarding copyright & software piracy) not withstanding, there's currently NO viable PS4 emulators available at this time & will highly unlikely to become available in the foreseeable future.

    The main reason is that the PS4 is highly specialized hardware with proprietary encoding that only those who made the console or in-depth access to the console's SDK (that effectively converts source code into executable code for the console). This makes reverse engineering difficult (not to mention, legally questionable) & require greatly increased hardware specs to properly emulate the hardware, which places the emulation out of the consumer-range high-end gaming hardware.

    Even doing a high mechanical accuracy of the SNES (a 16-bit console) with Higan (formerly BSNES), it requires AT LEAST 2.0 Ghz processor get the necessary hardware accuracy. The most common SNES emulators can get by with a lot less processing demands as they're going for compatibility instead of accuracy.


    I know this isn't the answer you want to hear, but it's the harsh truth you'll have to live with.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does my PC keep overheating? How can I fix it?

    Why does my PC keep overheating? How can I fix it?

    Best answer: Which way is the airflow through the CPU cooler radiator? The fans should be oriented to take the CPU heat straight out of the case. Some makers instructions say they should blow inward for some reason - that's daft, it does away with all the advantage of a liquid cooler, which is to keep the CPU heat away... show more
    Best answer: Which way is the airflow through the CPU cooler radiator?

    The fans should be oriented to take the CPU heat straight out of the case.
    Some makers instructions say they should blow inward for some reason - that's daft, it does away with all the advantage of a liquid cooler, which is to keep the CPU heat away from the rest of the parts...

    Overall airflow should be in through the front of the case and out through the top/back.


    Other than that, make sure the radiator is clean; they do tend to clog up with dust quite easily and need brushing out every few weeks..

    One other thought - what heatsink compound did you use and how much?
    The proper types are like a soft grease, not a thick paste.

    The idea is that it spreads and only fills the microscopic imperfections in the CPU and heatsink surfaces, it should not hold them apart.

    Too much reduces heat transfer rather than aiding it. It also needs to be put on so there are no air pockets - a single small blob in the middle of the CPU, that spreads under pressure from the cooler is one way of ensuring no trapped air.

    Many of the expensive metal-based "CPU thermal grease" products do not work as well as basic bulk commercial white zinc oxide thermal grease and to give you an idea of the best consistency, one magazine doing a comparative test included other oils and greases - and mayonnaise worked better than 90% of the "special PC CPU" products, though I'd not expect it to last more than a day or so...
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats more popular for gaming, consoles or gaming PC?

    What gaming platform is more common, Pc or console?
    What gaming platform is more common, Pc or console?
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What does a cpu do in a pc?

    3 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can my friend add a 4 gb ram on his pc which already has 2 gb ram? Note that his pc s max memory size is only 4gb?

    Ok My friend lives in a third world country and he has the shittiest pc in the whole world. He is pretty poor as well. He does nt know **** about pc s and i m too much of a chad to play videogames.So this is a pretty noobie question. But i rly want to help my friend.He has been playing videogames on his 2gb ram pc.... show more
    Ok My friend lives in a third world country and he has the shittiest pc in the whole world. He is pretty poor as well. He does nt know **** about pc s and i m too much of a chad to play videogames.So this is a pretty noobie question. But i rly want to help my friend.He has been playing videogames on his 2gb ram pc. Latey he has saved some money and now he wants to upgrade his pc a lil bit. he checked on the internet what kind of ram his motherboard can handle which was 4gb ddr3 max.His motherboard model is DG41WV. He already has 2gb ram. If he buys a 4 giga ram and adds that on his pc will that make his pc 6 gigs? Will having 6 giga cause some problems? Or will it be a waste of money? Should he just go for a 2 gb ram?
    3 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Best PC games?

    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Help me understand PC gaming graphics?

    Best answer: Any version of the GTX 1060 should have no problem running Witcher 3 at 60 fps at 1080p . You can always search youtube videos to examples. Just be mindful the laptop version of the 1060 runs slower than the desktop version.
    Best answer: Any version of the GTX 1060 should have no problem running Witcher 3 at 60 fps at 1080p . You can always search youtube videos to examples. Just be mindful the laptop version of the 1060 runs slower than the desktop version.
    3 answers · 1 month ago
  • PC GAMING QUESTION. my son got a gaming PC for Christmas. Gtx 1060 graphics card, 1 TB, 250SSD, Intel i5 processor?

    He wants to play fortnite and stream on twitch. But when we does this the stream is very laggy and lagging behind. Is this PC powerful enough for this??? I apologise I don t know anything about computers
    He wants to play fortnite and stream on twitch. But when we does this the stream is very laggy and lagging behind. Is this PC powerful enough for this??? I apologise I don t know anything about computers
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would the quality be lowered if I bought this cable and plugged it in from my mixer to pc?

    Would the quality be lowered if I bought this cable and plugged it in from my mixer to pc?

    Best answer: It should have no negative effect.
    Best answer: It should have no negative effect.
    3 answers · 1 month ago
  • Having trouble with loading brothers in "arms: hell's highway" can anybody help?

    Having trouble with loading brothers in "arms: hell's highway" can anybody help?

    I am having trouble with loading brothers in "arms:hell's highway" can anybody help? Below iv'e provided a screenshot of what it says is wrong, but i don't know what its talking about. im playing this off of steam if that helps.
    I am having trouble with loading brothers in "arms:hell's highway" can anybody help? Below iv'e provided a screenshot of what it says is wrong, but i don't know what its talking about. im playing this off of steam if that helps.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Need help with pc speakers for better headphone sound quality..?

    I always use my headphones on my PC, but the sound isn't good. So I bought some decent speakers which sound good, but when I plug my headphones into them it's the same as if I plugged them into the PC. Do I need to buy better speakers.. or some kind of better headphones? I thought If I plugged them into the... show more
    I always use my headphones on my PC, but the sound isn't good. So I bought some decent speakers which sound good, but when I plug my headphones into them it's the same as if I plugged them into the PC. Do I need to buy better speakers.. or some kind of better headphones? I thought If I plugged them into the speakers I would get the same speaker sound not PC again. What do I do?
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is this PC worth 900$? Can i use it for Gaming and what can i play on it?
  • One handed controller for PC?

    So I wanna know if there is a onehanded controller I can use on PC for gaming but I just want to use it for the movement aspect of the game, like I can aim with the mouse but I wanna be able to move with the controller and stuff without having to use the WASD keys? If so what is It called ad where could I buy it?
    So I wanna know if there is a onehanded controller I can use on PC for gaming but I just want to use it for the movement aspect of the game, like I can aim with the mouse but I wanna be able to move with the controller and stuff without having to use the WASD keys? If so what is It called ad where could I buy it?
    4 answers · 2 months ago