CPU and GPU

mustafa01

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Hello!
I wanted to buy a CPU special for gaming and idk which kind of processor and graphic card i need since there are hundreads of processors and graphic.
i google it but i cant find an exact info like i know about samsung phones like A family , Note fam, S fam, C fam....
please tell how to find one.
 
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Upgrading hardware on laptops is not recommended. However, it can be done. There's a 2 downfalls to this; 1 being the limitation of the CPU upgrade for laptops. The 2nd is cost...it can get expensive. Then way the cost of the upgrade vs getting a new laptop.
 

mustafa01

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Upgrading hardware on laptops is not recommended. However, it can be done. There's a 2 downfalls to this; 1 being the limitation of the CPU upgrade for laptops. The 2nd is cost...it can get expensive. Then way the cost of the upgrade vs getting a new laptop.
forget about the laptop.
im looking for a cpu for desktop
 

crjdriver

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He had another thread asking about overclocking his dell. He needs a new motherboard, new processor [probably] new ram, a new case, and a video card. In short a complete system.

mustafa01 you need to first decide on what cpu brand ie intel or AMD. Once you decide on that, we can recommend a few different motherboards, cases, etc.

Do understand that parts are at a very high premium at the moment. To build a new gaming system is going to cost you approx $4~500 more than it would have cost six months ago.
 

mustafa01

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He had another thread asking about overclocking his dell. He needs a new motherboard, new processor [probably] new ram, a new case, and a video card. In short a complete system.

mustafa01 you need to first decide on what cpu brand ie intel or AMD. Once you decide on that, we can recommend a few different motherboards, cases, etc.

Do understand that parts are at a very high premium at the moment. To build a new gaming system is going to cost you approx $4~500 more than it would have cost six months ago.
i had intel cpu before but it was not too good , idk how is AMD but i just wanna try it
 

crjdriver

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This is an example of what you need;
Motherboard https://www.newegg.com/asus-tuf-gaming-x570-plus/p/N82E16813119198
Processor https://www.newegg.com/amd-ryzen-7-3700x/p/N82E16819113567?&quicklink=true
Memory https://www.newegg.com/corsair-16gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820233859
Case https://www.newegg.com/black-cooler-master-masterbox-lite-5-rgb-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811119325

If you have a ssd drive, keyboard/mouse, you can reuse those items. If you have a mech hard drive, I would purchase a ssd OR a M.2 type drive. The performance increase over a spin drive is incredible.
 

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