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    So guys I've decided to switch to PC and I wanted some help. I bought a prebuilt PC from Newegg and I wanted to know what should I upgrade other than the storage. And should i get a 2k monitor or a 4k monitor?

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    Add SSD, increase the amount of RAM up to 32 GB, you can leave the hard disk 512 if you do not plan to store a large amount of information on your computer. The display can be taken in 4K.

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    Originally Posted by KayBur
    Add SSD, increase the amount of RAM up to 32 GB, you can leave the hard disk 512 if you do not plan to store a large amount of information on your computer. The display can be taken in 4K.
    A friend of mine suggested the same also. Thanks man

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    But such an upgrade will cost you a good amount of money!

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    Originally Posted by ben_john7
    But such an upgrade will cost you a good amount of money!
    Yeah ik thats why im not going to upgrade everything at the same time. im just going to add more ssd for a start

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    Originally Posted by Lt. PanDa
    A friend of mine suggested the same also. Thanks man
    It's my pleasure. I'm glad my advice was helpful to you. I myself strengthened my computer in this way and was pleased with the result.

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    Originally Posted by KayBur
    Add SSD, increase the amount of RAM up to 32 GB, you can leave the hard disk 512 if you do not plan to store a large amount of information on your computer. The display can be taken in 4K.
    Yes, this is the optimum assembly!