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Masters2150

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About Masters2150

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ottawa

System

  • CPU
    i7 920
  • Motherboard
    Asus P6T
  • RAM
    16GB OCZ
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Windforce 7950
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R4
  • Storage
    Intel 320 120Gb + 32gb SSD (temp files) + 1TB WD Green
  • PSU
    Antec Truepower New 650W
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G15
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    I plan on a 1440p 27" ISP 144-165Hz monitor.
  2. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    2080 - I CAN afford the 2080 ti just doesn't seem worth it.
  3. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    A friend also mentioned I could save another $100 or so by going with the 1800x over the 2700. I checked benchmarks, seems like the 1800x is only slightly worse than the 2700
  4. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Doesn't seem so bad: https://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/rog_strix_b450_f_gaming_review,6.html Thats for the B450-F but being the same chipset, should be the same.
  5. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Unless I'm mistaken the only meaningful difference between the two have to do with sli and less pcie lanes. But being an itx board, they really don't matter. If you look at each board, component wise they look exactly the same.
  6. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    I am considering ITX for on top of my desk. Every other week when I open the dust filter on my current PC, it's grown a cat fur beard.
  7. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Like I said, would only be if I wanted to go ITX. Even then if thats the case, the X470 version of $50 more.
  8. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Honestly I'd love to fit this into a case like the Evolv Shift, would look nice, but to many issues with cooling.
  9. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Well I did look into it, the B450 and X470 version of the Asus ITX boards are virtually identical othe than the chipsets. so I'm not sure I'd call it crummy. Just thought how much more would it cost for it to fit ON my desk instead of under it where it's going to suck up pet hair.
  10. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    One other alteration I can do is to make it an ITX system to save space, wouldn't cost much more. Switch to the Asus B450-I and the NZXT H200. Costs maybe $30-40 more. Not a bad price increase to more than cut the size in half. Thats all I'd have to change, everything else should still fit. Any thoughts?
  11. Masters2150

    Radeon VII - Did AMD lose again?

    I don't think it will be that the next set of GPUs AMD puts out will prove them serious or not, I'm just hoping they will atleast be on par so people have an actual choice.
  12. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Point made....
  13. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Actually right now it's only a $60 difference.
  14. Masters2150

    Not so bleeding edge gaming PC

    Didn't see your reply above. Is there much of a difference between 970 and 960? Also I've heard not all 2700s can hit 2700x speeds.
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