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  1. exactly. due to I am using it for work/games, I am getting 64gb of RAM. Then to boost a Ryzen 7 or and 3rd gen you should be running at least DD4 3600 and that cost about $100 more roughly, the price increase of an intel i9900k.
  2. Thats what I was also thinking xg32, with the new gen coming out next year and needing to compete with AMD, maybe a price drop could happen.
  3. Was thinking that more and more after posting that, lol. Oh well. Don't think I can even wait to see anyways lol.
  4. Hey all, So been waiting to get enough funds for my computer and new things just keep happening. With the release of the new Intel Core i9-9900Ks coming out soon, I wanted to see if it would be worth waiting because of a possible price drop in the Intel Core i9-9900K? Also, would there be a chance there's no price drop as the new one could just be more expense or its just a extra $20 knocked off. Overall seeing if it's worth waiting until October as it looks like I am going to be ready to buy by next week or so. Look forward to hearing any idea's! Thanks!
  5. Yup, for the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB WINDFORCE I found an EKWB coper water block https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-vector-rtx-re-copper-plexi
  6. Awesome, all explained. Thank you all for helping me with this. I did find a water cooling block for the Gigabyte GPU at EBWK, so most likely going with that. Though, I can't get all the parts for another 3 weeks, will see if anything drops in price or something new come out lol. Thank you again for your help.
  7. Think I am getting it a little better now. Looking at that now, I should have just used the 2080 regular to compare. So if I were to take a Nvidia 2080 and a Gigabyte 2080, then use the same custom water cooling loop on both. The preference on the Gigabyte could be better, depending on the customization they did to the PCB? Though the base still coming from Nvidia?
  8. Hi all, First things first, I am working on my 2nd rig and first water cooling loop. With that said I am still learning a lot about the PC world and was just informed about how the sales of GPUs work. So, I am wondering if a GPU is being water cooled, should I just get the standard version or still go for a reference card? With the cooling being the same, would the reference card be still better or would it be the same performance as the standard? I am looking at the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB WINDFORCE Video Card or should I just go for a Nvidia 2080 Super? Part list below. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/DesigningJake/saved/4bgK4D Going to be using this rig mainly for gaming, designing and why not, streaming. Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thank you, Jake