Question I got a new pc but with an unactivated windows 10 version on a 125 GB SSD .. My question is what i need to do if i change the motherboard and cpu ?

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Probably, yes.

What are the old parts and what are the new parts?
All parts, make/model/size.
My parts aren't actually that old but they are entry level
CPU : i3 9100f
MoBo : Asus TUF H310 mini-itx
I plan to change to a 6c/12t in the near future when i gather enough money and when i see which is the best choice for me an intel 10gen or a ryzen 4th gen
My GPU is the gtx 1660 from asus so there is kinda a bottleneck there i know
 

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My parts aren't actually that old but they are entry level
CPU : i3 9100f
MoBo : Asus TUF H310 mini-itx
I plan to change to a 6c/12t in the near future when i gather enough money and when i see which is the best choice for me an intel 10gen or a ryzen 4th gen
My GPU is the gtx 1660 from asus so there is kinda a bottleneck there i know
Given that type of change, plan on a full wipe and reinstall.
Along with a larger SSD.
 
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Given that type of change, plan on a full wipe and reinstall.
Along with a larger SSD.
I think i won't be able to afford large size SSDs .. i depend on HDD as i still don't play massive games and don't mind long loading times .. So i prefer putting my money in the CPU or GPU
 
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Larger just means "more than 128GB". A 120/128GB is very tight on space, even when paired with a larger HDD.
A 250GB SSD is not that expensive.
Yeah you're right on that .. maybe the SSDs get even cheaper so i can go for a 512GB one .. this is all in the future for me
 
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