I have looked in the guide but I can't seem to find anything which suits my needs.
My budget is £330 give or take £10 and the max size would be 29" as I don't want an ultrawide but I also don't want a smaller 24" monitor. 27" would be ideal probably and VESA would be nice as well.
Ok @Nursemorph I'll go for a 1440p 144hz monitor. I was looking at an Acer Nitro VG270UPbmiipx (is it any good or should I look in a different direction). I also will take some time too look through this guide though. Thanks!
I am getting a new PC and with it I want to upgrade from my current 1080p 60hz monitor to a better 1080p 240hz or 1440p 144hz monitor but I don't know which would be better. I know a decent amount about monitors but I was thinking, more frames or a nicer picture. My new PC will have a 2070 super...
Well a 3600x could convince him as it sounds better and is better than the current 3300x quad core so I'll tell him. He also knows a £30 discount code and doesn't mind spending >£100 more than £900 for a few upgrades.
He claims that a Ryzen 3 3300X is 'trash', not knowing much about computers I cant tell him why exactly having a better CPU and lower RAM and a 'worse' motherboard is a waste of money for 1080p gaming but he won't budge. In other words how do I tell him that his first build isn't as good for...
My friend is trying to build a pc for a budget of £900 and he currently has this:
Case THERMALTAKE V200 2.0 TEMPERED GLASS RGB EDITION GAMING CASE
Processor (CPU)AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT Six Core CPU (4.5GHz/35MB CACHE/AM4)
Motherboard ASUS®️ PRIME B450-PLUS (DDR4, USB 3.1, 6Gb/s) - RGB Ready!