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  1. And I wasnt reposting btw. Idk what tech news format is anyway
  2. Wasn't sure where to put it, how do I delete?
  3. Windows mixed reality headsets have launched on Amazon for as low as $200 https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/windows-vr-headsets-now-available-with-deep-discounts/%3famp=1#ampshare=https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/windows-vr-headsets-now-available-with-deep-discounts/
  4. Nvidia says they want to prioritize gamers over miners www.pcgamer.com/amp/nvidia-wants-retailers-to-prioritize-gamers-over-cryptocurrency-miners/
  5. Gpu prices are insane rn. I wouldn't buy anything for awhile
  6. Yeah, I don't plan on that. Well, thanks for the insight. The extra $200 doesn't really add much and I think the 7700k is the way to go. The extra 24 pcie lanes in the z270 chipset will make up for the capture card.
  7. Found a benchmark for you https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Titan-X-Performance-PCI-E-3-0-x8-vs-x16-851/
  8. Hello. I am working on finding parts for a new build and I've chosen dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080ti GPUs (SLI) as well as a Pci-e based capture card. I need a processor with enough Pci-e lanes to power that. It would be used for gaming, video encoding, and Ue4 (rendering, etc). A usb-based capture card would also be acceptable if anyone has any suggestions I looked at the i-7 7700k and it only had 20 pci-e lanes. Intel's website split it up into 1x16, 2x8, and 1x8 + 2x4. This would be ok if I did a usb-based capture card but would prefer pci-e I would prefer an Intel solution but will go for AMD if required. I don't have a budget for this, but would like to avoid spending $1000 on a processor.