Strawberry Cough

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  1. okay i'll bite. My dream PC would be a nicer more expensive version of what I have now. Two months ago I built a system that incorporates : i5 6500 3.20 Ghz / 3.6 Turbo Gtx 1060 6GB 8GB 2133Mhz Memory Windows 10 Home 64 Samsung Evo 250 GB Solid State Drive Western Digital Blue 1 TB 7200 rpm Hard Disk Fractal Design white chassis (Purchased one additional Fan for a total of x3 140mm Fractal design Fans) Asus z170 E Motherboard EVGA 750 w Gold Certified Modular Power Supply. If the sky was the limit I would of purchased a 2 TB Western Digital Blue Hard Disk, More Memory and higher end, i7 6700, and GTX 1080. I have no desire to overclock, use liquid cooling, SLI and that being the case even my current mainboard is overkill so Id also pass on X99. In my new build I already possessed windows, the ssd so I saved money there that is all I could re use from my old system. While waiting for my 1060 to arrive the last component I ordered(I had the system built without it) I used my R7 370 I had purchased in 2015.
  2. I am getting this error with a result I saved on my new system. I keep running the test and get a significantly lower score. My highest score was attained with a fresh installation of windows that must have something to do with it.
  3. My highest score is 1658 and now I can't replicate anywhere near that score. I just used novabench 3 times using 3 restarts, turning off services and I got it up to 1601. Also the scores are lower than the verified score on the website when i click compare results online.
  4. if it has more than 2GB of memory all you would need to do is add a low profile Graphics card into the mix and it would be capable of playing quite a few games.