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  1. So i am finally upgrading my terrible old secondary monitor which is a 24 inch 1920x1080p benq. I am looking for a 27 inch (or close to, my main monitor is 27 inch) 4k monitor with the best colours possible. 60hz refresh rate because of youtube restrictions. If anyone knows of some good display would really appreciate some advice. ty
  2. Ok so after reading all these messages (very helpful btw thanks everyone who responded). What is the perfect pc for 1440p gaming at 144hz for this year. Bearing in mind if a new gpu comes out later this year I can upgrade to it then. Are we talking - i9 9900k / 3700x 16gb ddr4 3200mhz ram 2080ti a good motherboard (don’t really know about motherboards) @JoostinOnline
  3. It’s not that I’m having a problem with gaming because I’m not, I tend to get around 80-100fps on max settings. Guess I just like having the best parts ?. These rumored parts for 2020 are they new Nvidia GPUs? The research I’ve done is telling me that the Ryzen 7/9 are the best cpu atm? So should I just wait to see about GPUs because surely when they release them they will be super expensive if they top a 2080ti?
  4. So I am upgrading and have decided on the Ryzen 9 3950x 16 core processor and a Rtx 2080ti. I know quite a bit about computers but I have had never had one so powerful (16 core processor and 2080ti). That said I’m not sure what the best other hardware is to pair with these new high spec parts. I will be using this computer with one ASUS 27” 1440p 144hz ips monitor for my gaming, and also a Samsung 4K Quantum dot 28” monitor for my media e.g. YouTube, Netflix and general browsing. The games I play include DayZ Standalone, Arma 3, Metro Exodus, Escape from Tarkov and other shooter based games with amazing graphics. In terms of budget it looks like it’s going to end up at around £3200 or $4300 obviously I would like to keep the price down where possible but I don’t want to sacrifice any performance. Also seeing as it’s so expensive I kinda need this pc to last at least 2-3 years before my next upgrade. I do care about how it looks to a point e.g. RGB (preferably Corsair parts with iCUE compatibility) and the looks of the case. For storage I know I need 1TB Nvme Ssd for Windows/games and atleast 1TB HDD. As I am from the UK I have been using CyberPowerSystem and PC Specialist to build this computer and will buy it from one or the other. If anyone has any advice on good hardware that you think would fit my new pc I would appreciate it. ?
  5. So my main pc specs are - i7 9700k , 16gb ddr4 3k mhz , rtx 2070 strix oc , corsair hyro 100x watercooler. I currently have a ASUS 1440p / 144hz / 27 inch monitor for gaming, and a crappy 1080p benq 24 inch monitor. Im gonna scrap the benq monitor. What is the best monitor for Youtube / Netflix watching??
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