My new PC for games and 3D

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My new PC for games and 3D

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I recently bought a new PC (nephew's PC), here the specs:

OS: Windows 10 pro, i can't transfer my Windows 10 licence from my previous PC on the new one because its was a Windows OEM version from my HP PC, Microsoft don't allow OEM windows version on new pc :x .

Motherboard : MSI MPG X570 GAMING PRO CARBON WIFI

CPU: Ryzen 7 3700 X

Ram: 16 gigas Corsair

3D card: always my old Geforce GTX 1060 3gb from my HP PC

Power supply unit: 650 Watts

Hp speaker: Presonus Eris E3.5 (really cool HP)

Box PC: Empire gaming WAREFARE, the one with CD ROM slot.

I made some tests in trueSpace modelside and Carrara i get fast renders because i have 16 threads with the 8 core, it's really cool :bananacool2: , also some games run very well now, but i need to change the 3D card to have more ram, but today 3D card are very expensive if we want raytracing feature and more, i need to wait when it will be less expensive.

I know my specs is old now, but for me it's big step.

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The most important you didnt say!
For Adobe programs...scan software and Truespace ..
An ssd and both windows and Truespace.on it.makes it faster! Not a big investment but still...and yes if you want a new grafics card get a Rtx compatible new Nvidia standard.. 2000 series onward !

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Rayman,i forgot to say i have two ssd samsung 1To , my old HDD and two external HDD.

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Great! Yes get 2000 series onward Nvidia if possible!
Look at the Omniverse threads....you can only use cards newer then 2000 series.. and RTX compatibility!

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Thanks for the info Rayman :bananathumb:

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Your welcome!

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If you get a big graphics card consider the power requirements. You may need a bigger power supply too.
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i think giving money to nVidia just because of raytracing is not wise. Its just a big marketing thing. Games are awesome even without it. Mostly you wont tell a difference.
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Its not about raytracing..thats just one aspect! Realtime Simulation...cloud Computing Team Computing like Truespace Server shared Space....etc etc

650watts is ample for a 3060 card...!

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