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  1. Touzen

    First build V2

    I am from the US and my budget is $2800. My first build was a nightmare due to incompatibility and missing components (adapters and extensions) so I'm trying to avoid that as much as possible. I'm building this for gaming (BFV, WOW, Overwatch and FUTURE GAMES), photo editing, and streaming. I need no monitors or peripherals so all expenses are just for the tower. I'm upgrading because my last build is 7 years old and it can game but on low settings and that's it. I love RGB and like liquid cooling, unless convinced otherwise (I will be in a smaller room that is kinda warm 80 degrees F) I game anywhere from 1-5hours at a time. I want it to be over the top and be able to handle stuff now and in the future. This is my first build in a long time so I'd like it to be...not terribly difficult ya know? Any suggestions are welcome and appreciated and add-ons for cable management, adapters, fan controllers, adapters, extra RGB (or things of that nature) would be greatly appreciated as I'd like to order everything at once and be ready to build as fast as reasonably possible. Someone told me about an NVME drive and I'm not sure about what that is at all. Parts picker says The motherboard M.2 slot #1 shares bandwidth with a SATA 6.0 Gb/s port. When the M.2 slot is populated, one SATA 6.0 Gb/s port is disabled. How do I fix that? Is it terrible even though it says all of my parts are compatible? This is my build https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Touzen/saved/s4Xr6h
  2. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Touzen/saved/qKmTBm Any suggestions or concerns? My budget is $3000 firm. I need no peripherals. I love rgb but am unsure of how to make it all sync. I want to have space to upgrade later. I'm using this for mainly gaming' streaming and video/photo editing. I want this to be as powerful as I can make it for the price. I play wow, overwatch, BFV but want to make sure it keeps up with future games as well as can be expected. Thanks in advanced. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Touzen/saved/qKmTBm