Please help me out
Hi, I came in store this past Sunday at the St.Louis Park, MN location to discussion a few ideas on Upgrading my Computer or building a whole new set up.
I currently have a HP Pavilion p6-2133w that I bought a long time ago roughly 8-10 years. I've upgraded the Power Supply to a Dynex 520 Watt Atx and put in a EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5 Single Fan Graphics Card. I've also upgraded from a AMD A6-3620 to a AMD A8-3850, which as my research went is the best Processor this Pre-Built Desktop's Motherboard can handle or would fit for that Socket. As I am playing video games especially newer ones, I notice that I am lagging and I know that this is an old computer.
Our conversation is now a bit of a blur but we went over me moving into a Intel Core i9-9900K Processor (On Sale), a ATX MB, and the set of Ram Kit that is On Sale right now for roughly $57.99 (G.Skill Ripjaws16GB DDR4-3200?). He said that would already be quite a bit of a huge upgrade for me already and will definitely notice the difference from what I had. I left shortly after our brief conversation due to me having to leave.
Now I would like to know if I can have a few of my questions answered and if this would be Commission-Based since I would love for you to get the credit or anyone willing to work with me and walk me through this or receive a tip at the end.
My questions are:
From what we discussed, If and when I get those, will they fit in this Case? It's just a case right? Would I have to go to a smaller MB like a Micro or Mini ATX MB to fit this case? Should I just get a whole new case all together? (HP Pavilion p6-2133w) Also what or why does a MB make a huge difference? I think he recommended the Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro WiFi Intel LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard but can't I just go with like a ASRock Z390 PRO4 Intel LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard or a Gigabyte B365 Ultra Durable Intel LGA 1151 mATX Motherboard? Can you Please explain that to me or what would you personally go with and why, please try to help me understand it and what's the difference of it. Then again understand I'm just doing decent gaming and web suffering noting hardcore.
Will my current Power Supply be enough to handle this build (Dynex 520 Watt ATX)? If not, let's discuss? Heard like a decent 650 Watt 80 Bronze should and would be enough?
I don't want to upgrade my Graphics Card and I know it might be a bit older but it's still running at roughly $300 from my short research online, this should fit and wouldn't matter I think but I just have to ask, will this fit or work on the new setup I am going for? (EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5 Single Fan Graphics Card) Keep in mind I don't play extreme hardcore games and not a hardcore gamer just here and there with my friends (currently playing Dead By Daylight) and just want a smoother experience. At the same time I might as well upgrade to stay current and make it last for the time being.