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UnbounDxKilleR

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About UnbounDxKilleR

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System

  • CPU
    Intel 5820k Hexa Core @4.4GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rampage V Extreme
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI 980Ti Gaming
  • Case
    750D
  • Storage
    250GB EVO 850 SSD | 2 x 1TB WD Blue
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2726DG
  • Cooling
    Corsair 110i GTX
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Logitech Z200 (Speakers)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
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  1. Hi All, I am looking to build a cheap Media PC (Would be running on a 4K screen, not sure that it matters overall as I have a spare 980TI lying around that I could use tbh) or NAS PC for my living room and was wondering if anyone had any ideas for parts I could use to do so? If I am honest I am not sure what I want to do with it exactly I just want to have a play around with i using linux etc. Budget wise I am not sure yet but just want to get an idea of what people think I would need and budget from there really but not expensive ideally. Any help would be appreciated. THANK YOU!
  2. Hi All, I am planning to use my old build as a PC for the living room but don't need it to be a chunky E-ATX, Corsair 750D size machine. Therefore I was wondering if anyone was able to help me get the following specs within the smallest case and mobo (Mini ATX?) I can as overclocking etc is no longer going to be a thing the mobo doesn't require "gaming" features. 5820K Corsair H110i GTX AIO MSI 980TI Gaming Corsair HX1000i (Used to SLI, but pointless to spend money to replace) 250GB SSD I am looking to replace the mobo and the case ONLY ideally, but if cheap options for lets say the cooler are required please let me know, I am looking to spend as little as I can, lets say budget wise max £200 if that is even possible? Sorry to be a pain and thank you in advance to anyone that can help!!
  3. Thank you for the clarification, I think I have an understanding of everything now!
  4. I appreciate you coming across from my other question to help on this one! Are there any reasonably priced Monitors you would recommend with a 1440p Res? Thank you!!
  5. Does this mean the GPU will only be provided 8 PCI-E lanes?
  6. Sorry treat me as dumb, what is the PCH, is that part of the chipset which is used by the sata ports and will be disabled when a M.2 is used?
  7. @AngryBeaver, @5x5 and @Blademaster91 If I used the Samsung Evo 970 would it use PCI-E express lanes? as the 9900k only has 16 and would rather not have the GPU only having 8 to use?
  8. Thank you I will stick with what I have and wait for a while until the prices become more reasonable over time!!
  9. Oh thank you yes it is VERY expensive. I have them at work and liked the speed when I used them is all. But may not be worth it if TLC would work for me.
  10. Okay I will save my money I have a second 24 inch monitor which is vertical for coding and everything else I dump on it already. But what do you meaning by "Gaming in general is pretty pointless" do you mean having 1440p for gaming is pointless?
  11. Very useful information thank you, seems I have lots to think about in regards to the GPU think I am set on the 9900k now though tbh. No problem! Very helpful so I will have a little look around Thank you
  12. You seem to know a bit about monitor having such high end ones yourself, do you have time to help me here at all:
  13. I game mostly if I am honest! Sometimes work but I am a Software Engineer, colours aren't an issue for me in that role. My current monitor is a TN panel just to clarify sorry! Budget wise I am not sure I guess I could go up to £500 but I am not sure if I should bother spending the money or if it would be a waste compared to what I currently have?
  14. Yes very true!!! Thank you! Yes but as you mentioned value wise the 2080 would be up there considering the FPS difference? it just doesn't feel like the 1080TI to 2080TI jump is anywhere near as good as the 980TI to the 1080TI jump was and the price is insane now, compared to the 2080 Super you are looking to spend 2x more almost its just a hard jump to bring myself to do hence why I leaning more towards not going for a 2080 TI? Like you could almost SLI 2 2080 Supers for the same price as a 2080TI alone where I am
  15. Wow that is a hefty price difference and almost 100% more than the 2080 Super I was looking at? Are you sure it would really be worth it over the likes of a 2080 Super or even an AMD GPU? Don't want to question your judgement just very hefty
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