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  1. Thank you I think it should work as well. The Samsung migration software is supposed to be quite good
  2. yes ok but I think my question is kinda being lost here so let me put it this way if i were to put the second 1 tb Samsung nvme into the bottom slot and booted into windows then went to disk manager it should be recognized as a second drive. So using a program like Samsung data migration tool is it possible to open that program and direct it to clone the os and other files from the 500g nvme to the newly installed 1tb nvme drive?
  3. its not a ssd though its a NVme .2.0 samsung 970 pro
  4. I own a asus z390 e strix mobo it has two slots for a nvme drive both support PCie 3.0 x 4. I have a samsung 970 evo plus 500g in one of the slots, I want to upgrade to the 1 tb version. Can I put the 1tb Samsung stick in the second slot and use Samsung's data migration software to clone the original 500 g 0r will I need to purchase a Plugable USB C to M.2 NVMe Tool-free Enclosure to do the job? Thanks
  5. My new case arrived today looks like a beauty. Going for a new build this year. Not going to touch the case until I get all the new goodies to begin my new rig keeping my PSU my HDD and my GPU only.
  6. Hey all trying to decide if I should go for a 1080ti or maybe a 2080 or if I should get another 1070 and sli them? Any suggestions
  7. awesome I thought this was the case but wanted to be sure thanks
  8. Hello folks.. So I finally decided to purchase a new ssd (Samsung 850 EVO) I removed the old drive (WD 1 TB black) and put a fresh copy of windows on the SSD. Now heres the question If I want to reinstall my old drive to use as storage/backup how should I go about it? if it were a new hard drive it would be just a matter of plugging it in and do a format but this drive still has windows on it. so what's the best way to go about this ..thanks in advance
  9. ok thank you for that...cheers
  10. 3240x1920 is what im presently using i adjust quality setting on a per game basis generally i have no issues with fps..but fps aside i still want to know will i get better imagine quality on a 32' monitor with a native resolution of 2560x1440p as opposed to what im using now? still not sure if a triple monitor setup with resolution of 3240x1920 is a true 2k resolution or not
  11. Im currently using 3 1080p monitors in portrait mode that gives me a resolution of 3240x1920 is this really considered 2k or better? because Im considering just going with a 32' monitor with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. so what Im really wondering is... will 3 1080p moitors give u true 2k resolution or do I need to go for the 32' option?
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