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Bugses

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About Bugses

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1985-06-24

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Denmark

System

  • CPU
    I7-5820K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix X99 Gaming
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury 2400MHz 16GB
  • GPU
    Gainward GLH GTX 1070
  • Case
    Fractal Define R5
  • Storage
    128 GB 830 - 250 GB 840 - 250 GB 850
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2 650W
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q + Dell U2713HM
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15S
  • Keyboard
    G710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. No, but they look better and cleaner I love air coolers and I really love my Noctua. But if I'm gonna build a on-display PC, then I'm probably not gonna use a air cooler.
  2. I would go with M.2 drives and probably an AIO cooler. My computer is located in our bedroom at the moment, so I need to think about acoustics too.
  3. The P3/P5 looks beautiful. Is it open in the ends though? That would probably suck when it comes to acoustics That's another thing I forgot to mention. I like a computer to be somewhat silent. I got the Define R5 case right now, and it's been really good when it comes to the acoustics.
  4. You're right, it's different for all of us. I've been looking at the Lian Li cases. I like when it's made almost entirely of glass, I was actually thinking of getting a case that I could mount on the wall. I'm probably gonna go for the exploding rainbow theme too, I just like them pretty lights I'm not gonna build it myself, so I won't have to deal with annoying cases, that won't be my problem. I do prefer a case, where the PSU is hidden.
  5. I'm building it to last 3-4 years, so my budget would be around $2500. It' gonna be a 3080 and probably a 10600/10700K.
  6. I don't know what cases costs today to be honest. Can a $200 max do it?
  7. Hi LTT, It's been ages since I last build a computer, but with the launch of the 3080, I find myself looking to build again. Can any of you recommend me a beautiful ATX case with good airflow too?
  8. Currently 1440p and I can't see that change anytime soon. It would be stupid to go for 5700 XT with a G-Sync monitor, right?
  9. Thanks. I was using GamersNexus benchmarks and from what I could tell it said that the 9700K was quite a lot in front when it comes to gaming. But I can see on your link that that's not the case. Okay, so back to 3600 I guess. I had originally thought about a 5700XT for GPU until I remembered that I got a G-Sync monitor, so I thought I would grab a 2070 Super. Would it be stupid to use the money I save on the CPU on a 2080 Super instead?
  10. Can you provide a list or link that shows which games supports that? Because after all these years, I still haven't come across more than a handful of games that supports it. I'm all for trying to build for the future, but more often than not when it comes to hardware, it's just a mirage.
  11. I hate my brain sometimes. I'm seriously considering the 9700K now as the FPS increase seems big enough to justify the price difference. What do you think? The price difference in my country and at this vendor would be $130.
  12. It's a prebuilt, so they don't ship it without it supporting the Ryzen 3600.
  13. So I'm going with my first prebuilt PC as the pricing doesn't seem to be high enough for me to consider building myself. Of course, that limits a few things such as brand selection. Just something to keep in mind, as I list the components I've chosen so far. I thought I had settled on a 5700 XT, but I began hearing some complaint about AMDs software being crap, and that made me think that maybe I should go for a 2070 Super instead? I had picked a Powercolor Red Devil 5700 XT, but I can choose (amongst others but I heard good things about this) a Windforce RTX 2070 Super for $75 more. Should I do that? I'll mainly be playing games such as BF V, RDR 2, PUBG, etc. Heres the full system: Fractal Design Meshify C Ryzen 3600 ASRock B450 Steel Legend - I could get an Asus Strix B450-F for $30 more, should I do that? 16 GB 3600MHz Corsair Vengeance LPX CL18 650W Cooler Master MWE Bronze Let me know what you think, please.
  14. I get why some of you are saying that I should just get a better GPU and leave my CPU alone. The thing is though, and I didnt put that in my OP, is that my current system would go to my gf, as her 3570K and R9 290 isnt really cutting it anymore. Plus I would use her old system as my Plex server. Thats the reason behind I want to change my whole system, as I would be able to check a lot of boxes at the same time.
  15. I have seen that argument a few places, but what does that have to do with PC gaming?
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