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ricksteendam1

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  1. you could go with a p400s the same case as it have it supports a 360 in the front and a 240 in the top http://phanteks.com/Eclipse-P400S-TemperedGlass.html the special edition white/black should look nice for your build
  2. yea I figured that out but I had not read your budget until I posted it
  3. so here the euro build: Intel Core i7-8700K ASUS STRIX Z370-f ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Team Group T-Force Nighthawk schwarz PHANTEKS Eclipse P300 Corsair RMX Series RMX650 Antec Mercury 240 total €1680
  4. they bring me off when te start with dollars
  5. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/6QPgRG
  6. http://phanteks.com/Enthoo-Primo-SE.html it supports to 480 mm radiators a shit ton of hdd brackets 5,25 bays aura sync (at least i think not sure) the company makes water blocks to (i find it sleek when the same brand is found multiple times on one machine or this one http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Elite.html exist of radiators lots of HDD brackets pump mounts asus aura reservoir mounts vertical GPU sry just noticed that its a little bit out of budget
  7. you could go with an i9 which is better for work but will not give a better gaming experience about equally with an i7-8700k
  8. thread ripper has problems with its multiple PCI-e it has a south and an east bridge so if your installing things you need to make sure that you're splitting the loads so you need to look 10 times in your mobo manual before you understand shit. but if your the not professional pc builder please go with an Intel i7-8700k soi don't have to see an troubleshoot why one GPU is getting more fps than 2 GPU in SLI, then I would say go with a 1080 or with a 1080ti instead of to 1070ti's as most games will not support to GPU's.
  9. yes i thought that you could easily buy ram and storage were you live as it does not matter what brand it is and that it would be cheaper then buying it from the us and pay lots of import tax
  10. there only not located in uk there located in the Netherlands were hosting is 3 euros
  11. run assetup.exe an the drivers will install
  12. its expensive in the UK i know were i live you can host those for 3 euros
  13. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834315926&Tpk=34-315-926 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834154734 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA8S16KG4256
  14. if you can put it to use there are standing drivers from year 0 on it which don't require internet
  15. do you still have your mobo's cd-rom?
  16. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834154733&Tpk=34-154-733
  17. if you make a windows 10 USB you can use the windows 8.1 code if you have upgrade it before
  18. no water cooling is easy every one can do it if you know what you need
  19. all fans are compatible with those smart hubs the bridge plug is a jumper so you can get your pump running to pump the fluid around while you're filling the system. thy y fan splitter is used to connect 3 fans to one header but if you have a hub with enough free connectors you won't need that.
  20. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JTrMqk this will be the ultimate gaming pc in your budget @Redstoneary
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