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  1. Yup HXI sounds like the best idea for me atm. Better pay a bit of a premium now, and the digital monitoring is a plus for me. I'll go for that unless there's anything else I should know?
  2. You'll find that SSDs and case fans don't take up much power at all.
  3. I've actually seen this one before, but I've seen nothing on what the acoustics are like.
  4. I would like to keep it around 200 but I know 1000w can be expensive so I can spend more if need be. $250 is probably my max.
  5. Well if you're asking what kind of threadripper I'm not sure at this point, that's going to be down the line. My GPU is a gigabyte 2080 ti
  6. 750w is plenty for the average build, which yours seems to be.
  7. Where I'm buying it from? I suppose Amazon/newegg, but honestly whatever has the lowest price that's probably where I'll get it from.
  8. Potentially a threadripper build in the future, maybe custom Watercooling aside from that.
  9. Should I get a corsair hx1000i vs EVGA supernova 1000 p2 psu? My main priority is silent operation at most/all loads, but EVGA comes out to be cheaper. What do you guys think, any benefit one has over the other? Do you guys have any other PSUs in mind? Thanks for the help.
  10. If you're using this for gaming you can support almost anything with a r5 3600 or 3600x. Other than that it looks fine, but are you sure you don't want to hold out for just a couple months for the new GPU drops? It will expand your options. But if you're hellbent on getting it now, it's a nice rig.
  11. I'm in the same boat as you but it's better to wait for options, I doubt the price of current cards will increase so just stick it out.
  12. I'm looking to get a wifi card but I really don't want to get a sketchy one, and there aren't a lot of reviews for these cards yet. Looking for some reputable suggestions. Thanks.
  13. I used to be really stubborn about keeping windows 7 as well. I switched maybe a month ago and it's worth. Just get Windows 10 and call it a day.
  14. My guess is that your resolution isn't supported by the monitor. Set it to the native resolution and try again.
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