So, funny story actually. This was my first system, and I was going as budget as a new builder could. Ryzen 5 2400g(integrated graphics), a cheap ASRock motherboard, and a case that my friend told me to bug because it had rgb. So I built it, and it worked, but then I got, um, a little experimental. So at the urging of some you tubers I watch(looking at you jay!) I tried overclocking the integrated graphics. Poof. System crashed. After a few hours of scrambling through YouTube videos made by this Indian guy whom I couldn’t understand, I figured out how to clear the CMOS. Yay! A few days later it crashes again, and this time it didn’t fix. Aww. So I decided it was a graphics problem, so I decided to buy a graphics card at Best Buy! (This was during the cryptocurrency craze, so there were no good cards in stock). I ended up buying a gt 1030. Ooof. It worked for a while, then the motherboard fried itself. I still have no idea how. (Maybe it has something to do with the cheap psu I bought). So I spent another 320 dollars to buy a new cpu and motherboard. Yay! It worked! A few months later, it was Christmas time. I decided to give myself a Christmas gift(so lonely...) of a new graphics card that was actually a gaming card and not, as Linus refers to it, a “fake gaming card.” I bought myself a ZOTAC GTX 1060, and I was really happy with that! Then I came to the realization: “what the hell am I gonna do with the gt 1030??? I tried to sell it, but no one wanted to buy it. So eventually after seeing a Linus video on how dedicated physx cards are awesome I decided to go with that set up.(I later figured out the video was from almost 5 years ago). And that’s how I got a physx system in 2019, when there are NO MORE DEDICATED PHYSX GAMES BEING RELEASED.