• Is this a good PC build for playing ultra settings at 60FPS at least (In most games)?

    I3-8350k Gtx 1070 8GB-DDR4 3000 MSI Z370-A PRO motherboard Western digital 1TB 7200 rpm Corsair CX550M PSU Budget is around 800(Just PC) Any reccomendations?
    I3-8350k Gtx 1070 8GB-DDR4 3000 MSI Z370-A PRO motherboard Western digital 1TB 7200 rpm Corsair CX550M PSU Budget is around 800(Just PC) Any reccomendations?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I slightly upgrade my PC?

    I have an old HP pavilion 23 ALL IN ONE PC. It has 6gb of ram and a 64 bit os based processor. The processor is a: AMD E2 -1800 APU with Radeon had graphics 1.70 GHz. It’s running the latest windows 10. All I want to do is use my pc for YouTube and average multitasking. I’d like the watch Youtube, open iTunes,... show more
    I have an old HP pavilion 23 ALL IN ONE PC. It has 6gb of ram and a 64 bit os based processor. The processor is a: AMD E2 -1800 APU with Radeon had graphics 1.70 GHz. It’s running the latest windows 10. All I want to do is use my pc for YouTube and average multitasking. I’d like the watch Youtube, open iTunes, search on chrome, do college work. I do NOT want to play games on it so no worries on not being able to game on it. This PC has always struggled to do basic tasks which is a shame. I have good internet but sadly the pc struggles to load YouTube videos and iTunes. This pc lags a lot whenever it has to do a couple things at once. I’m not that big into computers but I researched this subject a lot and I’m interested in cracking open my pc and upgrading any parts and cheaply upgrading it. But nothing on google offers actual instructions and actual info on parts to upgrade on it. I saw a great vid on YouTube where a guy replaced the cpu in my exact pc and did so very easily but he didn’t say what it was upgraded to. What can I actually do or replace to have this thing work slightly better. I’ve reinstalled windows. I wiped the memory. I followed some great tutorials on YouTube to speed up my pc and it actually helped a ton! But it’s not enough. I don’t wanna throw my pc away if I can simply upgrade the cpu. I know all in one pcs are bad for upgrading but all I want is to upgrade it slightly enough to where it can be used with out lagging.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is a good cheap gaming computer i can build under $400?

    Im tired of paying for xbox live gold all the time. So i wanna switch to pc. I do have steam on my laptop but it only has intel hd graphics and most games run very crappy or not at all. So what would be a good computer to build under $400? or maybe $500 max?
    Im tired of paying for xbox live gold all the time. So i wanna switch to pc. I do have steam on my laptop but it only has intel hd graphics and most games run very crappy or not at all. So what would be a good computer to build under $400? or maybe $500 max?
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Motherboard?

    I'm looking for a motherboard that can handle 3D gaming and engineering programs (solidwork, CAD, and some stimulator program). Which motherboard do you recommend that can handle these two?
    I'm looking for a motherboard that can handle 3D gaming and engineering programs (solidwork, CAD, and some stimulator program). Which motherboard do you recommend that can handle these two?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • If I buy a SSD 64GB and dedicate it for the OS and have another 2TB SSD for everything else, will it make the OS faster?

    For habin bita own dedicated ssd for itself?
    For habin bita own dedicated ssd for itself?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • My computer is going wrong please help!?

    13 answers · 7 days ago
  • Rate my computer?

    Best answer: Approximately this https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZBNjLJ This list is a little better power supply and motherboard.and excludes the keyboard and mouse nd would involve building it yourself and mailing in rebates and some postage. It's a tier-1 system with excellent CPU and graphics card. #6... show more
    Best answer: Approximately this
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZBNjLJ
    This list is a little better power supply and motherboard.and excludes the keyboard and mouse nd would involve building it yourself and mailing in rebates and some postage.
    It's a tier-1 system with excellent CPU and graphics card.
    #6 here
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Computer-G...
    Handles 1440P gaming very well and can handle 4K gaming.
    Power supply is a Channel Well Technologies GPS series a little below RM Corsair series.
    They are a good high volume producer.
    Motherboard audio is unknown and might have raised the board a bit.
    If you must have wifi, if subtracts from gaming and motherboard wifi is inferior to a good Gigabyte with antenna.
    There is no question that it is an excellent pc, and if already purchased is ot worth changing.
    For $18, probably would have upgraded to 850 Watts - EVGA 850W GQ 80 Plus Gold Power Supply, by FSP is a tad better at not much money and a touch higher in motherboard with GIGABYTE Z390 GAMING SLI and if wifi is needed add it later.
    Neither affects gaming performance.

    You have a very nice PC that performs well.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • How many ram can you install on a computer?

    So far? I installed 3 new DDR3 what is the max of installing RAM sticks. Sorry? New to this computer upgrades thing.
    So far? I installed 3 new DDR3 what is the max of installing RAM sticks. Sorry? New to this computer upgrades thing.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I am looking to build a pc will these parts work?

    I am looking to build a pc and have a large budget. I am looking to make it future proof for gaming and work. Here are my specs I want to make sure they are compatible. My sound car is the creative sound blaster z I an using a 8 tb seagate barricuda pro hdd a samsung 970 evo 500 g nzxt h500i case 850 whatt... show more
    I am looking to build a pc and have a large budget. I am looking to make it future proof for gaming and work. Here are my specs I want to make sure they are compatible. My sound car is the creative sound blaster z I an using a 8 tb seagate barricuda pro hdd a samsung 970 evo 500 g nzxt h500i case 850 whatt platium psu 2 evga gtx 1080tis intel core i9-9900k msi z370 gming pro carbon ac g skill strient z 32 gb 4 x8 an evga sli bridge the included wifi/ bluetooth card window 10 pro a cyryorig h7 cooler for cpu and 3 120 mm fans adn 3 more 140mm fans both from corsair
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Computer help? My computer has these dark lines and they keep growing?

    Computer help? My computer has these dark lines and they keep growing?

    Best answer: The horizontal lines are due to physical damage to the screen. The only fix is to have the screen panel replaced, they cannot be repaired. If it is a monitor it is just as cheap to buy a new monitor, if it is a laptop take it to a local workshop for the screen to be replaced
    Best answer: The horizontal lines are due to physical damage to the screen. The only fix is to have the screen panel replaced, they cannot be repaired. If it is a monitor it is just as cheap to buy a new monitor, if it is a laptop take it to a local workshop for the screen to be replaced
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Cpu upgrade?

    I m trying to figure out what would be the best possible processor upgrade for my Dell optiplex 9010, it currently has a i5 3570. If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it!
    I m trying to figure out what would be the best possible processor upgrade for my Dell optiplex 9010, it currently has a i5 3570. If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it!
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why can t my Dell OptiPlex 7010 boot from a CD?

    Best answer: If you did this properly you would have downloaded the Media Creation Tool and run that. that will have written the Windows ISO file and made it bootable. Windows states that 8GB is reqiuired (but usually not required) so a CD is not good enough but at least a DVD might suffice but get a DL DVD . I always... show more
    Best answer: If you did this properly you would have downloaded the Media Creation Tool and run that. that will have written the Windows ISO file and made it bootable.
    Windows states that 8GB is reqiuired (but usually not required) so a CD is not good enough but at least a DVD might suffice but get a DL DVD .
    I always change to Legacy when wanting to boot from CD/DVD or USB
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why wont my pc boot?

    I just recently built a pc from all brand new parts. When i press the power button the power led and the motherboard light comes on. The system fan and psu fan also starts. The gpu fan starts for a couple seconds then stops. There is no display. Could not having a cpu cooler be the cause of this?
    I just recently built a pc from all brand new parts. When i press the power button the power led and the motherboard light comes on. The system fan and psu fan also starts. The gpu fan starts for a couple seconds then stops. There is no display. Could not having a cpu cooler be the cause of this?
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hard drive not showing?

    Best answer: Check the HDD in OS Windows Disk Management or install specialized HDD partitioning software.
    Best answer: Check the HDD in OS Windows Disk Management or install specialized HDD partitioning software.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I have a new computer build it turns on boots to bios and windows fine it just takes 5 to 10 min to turn off after the screen goes black?

    Best answer: I assume you have done a fresh install of Windows, and not tried to reuse a previous install from another system. Otherwise do a clean install. It shouldn't take 5-10 minutes to turn off. I would go to the motherboard manufacturers website and update to the latest BIOS, while you are there download the latest... show more
    Best answer: I assume you have done a fresh install of Windows, and not tried to reuse a previous install from another system. Otherwise do a clean install.
    It shouldn't take 5-10 minutes to turn off. I would go to the motherboard manufacturers website and update to the latest BIOS, while you are there download the latest drivers and install those, finally ensure that you have updated windows
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago