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  1. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST New to Custom PC...

    No clue, you'd need to check with PCS about that. Guess you've decided to stick with Intel then?
  2. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Converting 10 y.o to Gaming PC from Consoles

    It depends on your budget really as there are different levels to it. Also depends on the monitor being used as well, whether you need to buy one at the same time etc For me, I'd look at this spec as a minimum spec for MSFS20 to run it comfortably and with good graphics...obviously, the lower...
  3. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Help needed before i make any decisions

    Streaming can be done with and without a capture card (my understanding is you can run the game through something like OBS to capture and stream it) but I'm not really knowledgeable about that side of things. Honestly, a capture card would likely just be a lot easier and less fuss. This spec...
  4. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    Yes, the 1000w one is fine. A PSU will only draw the power the system needs, be it 300w or 1000w. You would be fine with a 750w as that is the minimum recommended for the 3080 GPU...only reason I put the 850w in is for a buffer in case you want to put a future gen one in a few years down the...
  5. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST PC BUILD HELP? -£1000

    Could you please edit to include the "Unique Configurable URL" from the post to forum page? Makes it easier for us to go in and amend if needed rather than doing the whole configurator. Thank you To know if this is a good spec for your needs or not, we need the following information: - Maximum...
  6. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Torn between two builds - need a semi powerfull workstation for vm work

    Trouble is AMD have ongoing driver issues on their GPUs which, whilst not affecting everyone, is enough to hold off recommending them. However, if you want to take the chance on it then that's fine
  7. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Torn between two builds - need a semi powerfull workstation for vm work

    Honestly? I don't know to be honest as I have never used Linux. However, I have not noticed any complaints/problems with the 2 in the Linux section of the site
  8. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST advice on build

    Yes, that GPU will be wasted on that monitor...the monitor is a 1080p 144Hz one whereas the GPU is a 1440p 144Hz one
  9. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST PC not booting

    That 00 is odd as it's not used at all in the diagnostic codes....unless it's just it always briefly displays that as like a power-on thing then stops displaying it.
  10. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST NEW PC does not recognise my monitor (NO GPU installed)

    There is a HDMI and DP port on the motherboard, yes, but the graphics comes from the CPU. Basically, the motherboard can be used in conjunction with the low end Ryzen CPUs that have the integrated Vega graphics so it needs the ports but, on the high-end chips, those ports are redundant
  11. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST NEW PC does not recognise my monitor (NO GPU installed)

    Yeah, that CPU doesn't have integrated graphics
  12. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    A lot depends on how much you can spend on a monitor....the ideal would be either a 3070 GPU combined with a Superwide monitor or a 3080 GPU with a 4k 144Hz monitor
  13. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    With the spec I posted as it stands, you would be looking at a high-end 1080p one. However, that system will handle any GPU up to and including a high-end 4k GPU so the monitor could be anything you want really..that is the reason why the power supply is a high level one at 850w
  14. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST NEW PC does not recognise my monitor (NO GPU installed)

    It won't work...assuming you went with the 3800x as in your spec thread, it doesn't have integrated graphics
  15. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    I'd go with 32GB of 3600 RAM then...apparently 32GB is fine, anything above that is unstable as far as PCS are concerned
  16. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST MS WORD SUPPORT ENDING

    Wasn't aware of this before (I don't use any Office products) but it seems all Microsoft Office apps have reached end-of-life support as MS moves fully to 365. Your Offcie apps like Word etc should still work, they just won't ever be updated again, be it Security patches, stability patches...
  17. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    Sorry, I wasn't clear before.....You can add 3600MHz, you just can't add 64GB of it (apparently it's a stability issue as to get to the 3600, the RAM needs overclocking which then makes it unstable long term....that is what PCS said last time someone enquired about it). Personally, I'd go with...
  18. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST New Gaming PC - Max Budget £1500

    @AgentCooper has you covered there. Only thing I'd change is the PSU to the RMx variant as the budget room is there...just a better level of PSU.
  19. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    Oh, I should add, it will enable you to add in any GPU up to the 3080 if you so wish (depending on which monitor you ultimately choose)
  20. Nursemorph

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST suggested build

    I've changed a few things to give you an Ultra-Quiet system in view of your audio recording and editing: Case FRACTAL DEFINE 7 BLACK QUIET MID-TOWER CASE Processor (CPU) AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12 Core CPU (3.8GHz-4.6GHz/70MB CACHE/AM4) Motherboard ASUS® ROG STRIX X570-F GAMING (USB 3.2 Gen 2, PCIe...
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