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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair VI Hero
  • RAM
    G. Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB CL14 (8x2)
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Hydro Copper
  • Case
    Corsair 760T White Full Tower
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x
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  • Keyboard
    Monoprice Backlit Multimedia Keyboard (PID: 11156)
  • Mouse
    Monoprice 6-Key Gaming Mouse (PID: 11153)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit

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  1. GTX 1080 TI. Strix vs FTW 3. Keep one sell one

    The FTW3 stays really cool and you benefit from EVGA's great customer service.
  2. What type of monitor is better

    It would depend on what type of games you play. Competitive games like CSGO benefit from high refresh rate while games that are more cinematic tend to be better experienced in 4K. Ultrawide is good but note that not all game HUDs scale well with the 16:9 format. Edit: Also, at $400, the ultrawide selection is limited to 1080p. This is my suggestion, a monitor that's 2560x1440p 165Hz with G-Sync but the trade off is that it is not IPS.
  3. Super cheap PC for a freind

    Would probably be more worthwhile to just buy a really cheap Chromebook or lower end laptop.
  4. Are you saying that each year's decrease will be lower compared to the previous year's prices, or compared to today's prices?
  5. AsRock releases new graphics card teaser

    Whoops, I didn't browse the other pages. My bad.
  6. AsRock releases new graphics card teaser

    *Rescheduled Technically this but yours is more on ASRock's official teaser with video. We'll let the mods decide. Nevermind.
  7. Have you tried just inserting one at a time to rule out a faulty DIMM slot?
  8. Just covering all the bases: have you tried reseating the RAM?
  9. Vengeance Lpx vs Hyperx fury

    I would just pick whichever is cheaper. They are both good brands. Maybe pick whichever has a lower CAS latency.
  10. Ready Player One and Graphics Cards

    True, I guess the saying "if you build (sell) it, they will come (buy)" still holds. I still don't think Nvidia will release a new card just for RP1; it's too early and they are still sitting pretty at the top. I can see them officially announcing a new GPU, but we'll just have to wait and see.
  11. Ready Player One and Graphics Cards

    The correlation is there, but I just don't see the average Joe shelling out the money for that much hardware especially at the current state of the GPU market.
  12. Video Collaboration Idea. Novritsch and Linus

    The second part of this statement would make for a great Channel Super Fun video, but this still doesn't seem like a good return of investment. The MKBHD and iJustine videos worked because they were fellow tech youtubers and have a significantly large fan base; this idea is a bit out there. Airsoft enthusiasts won't necessarily be attracted to LTT just because they provided free hardware upgrade.
  13. Your Dream Car/Motorcycle/Vehicle???(Even yachts!)

    Only 6-7 more years until the R34 is legal in the US. For me, my dream car would be the Acura/Honda NSX OR A '71-72 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-X Obviously the ones pictured are souped up version, so the platforms would make for a great project car.
  14. What happened to the TITAN V!?

    I think that OP is asking about the one that LTT bought. Alex might be using it on his CAD machine since he seems to be the only one that can benefit from it.
  15. Best Battery Bank

    I have this one (30,000 mAh) and it can charge my Note 5 eight times from zero. It is about $60 with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and a type-C port. There is a $45 variant if you do not want Quick Charge.