Solved Help Speeding up PC

July 16, 2016 at 16:31:04
Specs: Windows 10, FX-6300 6-Core Processor Black Edition 3.5 (4.0 overclocked), 20GB DDR3 HyperX RAM 2400 (2588 overclocked)
My PC,
-FX-6300 6-Core Processor Black Edition 3.5 (4.0 overclocked)
-20GB DDR3 HyperX RAM 2400 (2588 overclocked),
-MSI Motherboard ATX 1066 NA 970A-G43 PLUS,
-Corsair Liquid Cooling,
-1TB WD Blue HDD,
-2TB Hitachi HDD,
-3TB Seagate External HDD USB 3.0
-120GB Solid State Drive,
-EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti SC 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card,
-50" UHD 4K T.V. which I am using as a monitor.
-EVGA 600watt Bronze+80,
-5 blue LED Corsair Fans,
-antec System Fan Card with Dual Adjustable 70mm UV LED Fans (Blue),
-Front side Multi Card reader (74-in1),
-Label Flash DVD Writer/re writer X2
-Very Nice Gaming Case with window on side.

I am using my solid state drive for my C: drive with Windows 10 installed (Boot Disk), Only have about 100BG Free.

I would like to upgrade my computer, Any ideas what to upgrade?..My Graphics Card runs 4K UHD no problem.
So I was thinking of adding a 480GB Solid State Drive because my 120GB SSD only has about 60GB Free.
I hoping that will help, Any other sugestions?

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July 16, 2016 at 17:57:29
Time to upgrade the graphics card. I won't even ask why you have so many fans.

But something's not right with your description:
- "120GB Solid State Drive"
- "I am using my solid state drive for my C: drive....Only have about 100BG Free."
- "my 120GB SSD only has about 60GB Free."

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July 17, 2016 at 04:46:48
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The GTX750Ti is not a bad card (I am running one now) but if you are a serious gamer then the next thing would be to upgrade the graphics card, it would make your gaming snappier, more responsive.
A larger SSD with more open space will help some depending on what model exactly you have. A faster storage drive like the WD Black series as your primary storage also would help when storing larger files. But for gaming, the graphics card would be first in my opinion.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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