Yup, I know... maybe my old AMD FX 6300 stove doesn't match for PCMR. I used to own an older Shappire Radeon HD6450, since feb. I wished to change the GC. This stove is placed into a Gigabyte 990FXA-Ud3 Rev. 3.0 (BIOS updated with last file, a BETA BTW...) and 2 G.Skill Rpijaws X DDR3 - 1600 MHz (dual channel, of course). Last week I bought a ZOTAC AMP! GTX 1060 6 GB, DDR5. Now I know what the real game means. High FPS playing games like Batman Arkham Knight or Resident Evil HD in medium settings (BAK avrg fps 93, RE HD: 80). Adn yes, I have some bottleneck, not soy heavy as many people think... but it works! Games like Batman Arkham City or Tomb Raider goes terrific in highest settings (and not... I don't own GTA V to test it). The Gigabyte 256 GB SSD is good enough for me, loads Windows in 13 sec. since system is powered on (7 sec. on BIOS screen, 6 sec. on loading O.S.), games are stored in a Seagate Barracuda 1 TB HDD. The Constellation 3 TB HDD was a "refurbished" version, still, works fine to store. Next change I'll do is to get a decent CPU cooler. I've been thinking of a DeepCool Gammaxx 400, cheap and useful.

Update 12/27/19: I bought the DeepCool Gammaxx 400 cooler. A little bit hard to install in AMD enviroments, but it was worth. The CPU max temp till this far is 60ºC (140ºF), when with the "stock" cooler was 82ºC (179,6ºF). It had been a great change. Also I've got a Logitech Z313 2.1 audio system. Worked very fine for my room. With max volume for the speakers I only need to set audio volume in 4 or 6 and that's enough. Thanks for reading.

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