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A:AnswerNo such thing as a stupid question. Typically though with PCs that are built as home computers and workstations that are mass manufactured they aren't made to be turned into a gaming rig. That seems to be the case with this PC after I looked at the specs. Not only will it NOT handle an Nvidia RTX 3070 it also will NOT be able to be turned into a gaming rig. None of the components with this PC are salvageable nor would they be worth salvaging. Your best bet would be to wait till black Friday where PC components go on sale and trying to build a complete PC by yourself for around 1000$ (give or take due to sales) as a Christmas present. If you need a reference or a guide a youtube named "BitWit" actually has a build guide for a 1000$ which actually contains this card.
Again, please do NOT try and convert this PC. Depending on what is done it could be potentially dangerous with low-end PSU and etc.
Wish him luck on his PC building adventure for me. It's amazing :)
A:AnswerThere’s no exact day, but check every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30-9:30ish am. PST. Bestbuy has dropped many cards (60ti, 70, 80, and 90’s) on Friday’s (usually every two weeks, so two weeks from 1/22/21, which was their last drop) at the same time 7:30-9:30ish. A Twitch streamer, Falcodrin, gives info and helpful tips on when websites (like Bestbuy) that are dropping cards. I suggest you download the Bestbuy app (it’s how I was able to get my 3060 ti). I hope this helps!
A:AnswerThe 3600 should be a good match for the RTX 3070, it may be a slight choke if you are trying to run over 144hz at 1080p due to the fact that higher frame rates at lower resolution is more cpu intensive. But the combo would be great for 1440p. If you are going for really high refresh rates like 240 hz or are planning on streaming/heavy multitasking, I would consider upgrading to the Ryzen 7 3700x.
A:AnswerNvidia recommends a 650W psu with their rtx 3070 so I would imagine an 850W psu being more than enough. And there won't be a large difference between pcie gen 3 and gen 4. Maybe 5 fps difference depending on what games you play.