[SOLVED] upgrading computer

luka1000

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hey guys bunch of sales going on now wanted to upgrade my computer/wast money cus i love my pc and recommendations on what to upgrade NOTHING TO CRAZY IN PRICE PLZ

motherboard:MSI B250 PC MATE LGA

graphics card:GIGABYTE Geforce RTX 2060

cpu: Intel Core i7-7700 Kaby Lake Quad-Core 3.6 GHz

power supply:CORSAIR CX Series CX750

ram: patriot Viper Elite 8GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4 2400MHz

got 2 ssds and hd so space is fine so with my computer case
 
The most obvious upgrade that is fairly inexpensive is to remove your 8GB DDR4, sell it and then upgrade your computer to a minimum of 16GB of DDR4. (2 x 8GB Config) or 32GB (2 x 16GB Config). Just make sure your motherboard supports 16GB DIMMS.
 
The most obvious upgrade that is fairly inexpensive is to remove your 8GB DDR4, sell it and then upgrade your computer to a minimum of 16GB of DDR4. (2 x 8GB Config) or 32GB (2 x 16GB Config). Just make sure your motherboard supports 16GB DIMMS.
 

luka1000

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The most obvious upgrade that is fairly inexpensive is to remove your 8GB DDR4, sell it and then upgrade your computer to a minimum of 16GB of DDR4. (2 x 8GB Config) or 32GB (2 x 16GB Config). Just make sure your motherboard supports 16GB DIMMS.
i got 16 just with 4 x 4gb lol
 
You might consider higher speed RAM and use XMP to set the profile in your UEFI BIOS - fast RAM DDR4-3000/3200/3400 is fairly cheap now if your motherboard supports it but to get the best speed possible you want to be working with just two dimms, not four.
 

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