Need help with components

jerfop12

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Hey,

Currently i have a PC and its kinda broken like 115 fps feels like 40 etc etc, i want to build a new PC in short so here are my specs the MARKED ones, im going to keep.
I7 7700
1060 3GB
120 SSD, GOING TO GET A M2 SSD
16 GB RAM
SEASONIC 520W PSU
B250 PC MATE

So, what i basically need to know what is a good motherboard, that is not that expensive, and can run good GPU's, what i also need is a modulair PSU, last time (5 months back) i bought this seasonic one, and its all messy and cables are too short.

I really dont want to mess up again.

I need:
M2 SSD, That goes on mobo
MOBO
& POWER SUPPLY.

It would really help me out!

Greetings,
 

QwerkyPengwen

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A new psu and mobo won't fix issues with fps.
That's entirely either gpu, CPU, ram, software, or a combination of any of those things.

If you want a modular psu for better cable management, then take a look at Seasonic FOCUS Gold Plus.
 

jerfop12

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Its not the GPU, i bought a 1070 ti today and i still have the same lagg.

It must be my mobo cause i mighta damaged it.
RAM was upgraded a month ago.

What i gotta say is, i only have 120 GB SSD & also my CPU cable i connected to one of my PCI-E connectors, sounds stupid but true.
 

jerfop12

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Lets say im just nicely playing, you probably know the game fortnite, i get a good straight 120 fps (my cap), for all the time, than i leap under by a few FPS lets say max 20, completly unplayable.

Same goes for black ops 4, 90 fps, unplayable.

 

jerfop12

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Its starting at 110 already, if i drop below 110 (even if i still have 100,90,80 fps) it feels like 35 + fat delay onto it aswell.

I do have 144hz, but fun fact i had this before i had the 144hz, so even with 60hz i had it, sadly enough.
 

QwerkyPengwen

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what version of Windows are you running?
is your monitor a high refresh rate monitor?
If so, have you double checked to make sure it's actually running at it's high refresh rate?
Use nvidia control panel and go to "change resolution" on the left and make sure it's on it's high refresh rate and not running at 60hz.
 

jerfop12

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Windows is a pro version.
Monitor 144 hz, optix mac24c had 60hz and thought a new 144 hz would fix
Its running 144hz
Done.


 

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