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  1. Hi, My second monitor recently died, and I'm looking to buy a new monitor, a XG279Q. I currently have a PG279Q. My problem is I have a Strix 1080ti with Two Display-port 1.2 and 2 HDMI 2.0b connectors. But I also have a Valve Index that connects over display port. So both my display ports are used for the XG279Q and the Index. Another problem is the PG279Q's HDMI port only outputs 1440p at 60hz. Is there a way for me to connect my PG279Q to a HDMI 2.0b port at 1440p 144hz? I'm open to some crazy out of the box solutions. There are adapters I can find like: https://www.amazon.co.uk/DisplayPort-HDMI-Adapter-Converter-60Hz-Black/dp/B01M6WK3KU/ref=pd_lpo_23_t_0/260-3635741-5829047?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01M6WK3KU&pd_rd_r=f8564735-9fef-4367-8240-08f31aea7783&pd_rd_w=GKUCn&pd_rd_wg=MCsGt&pf_rd_p=7b8e3b03-1439-4489-abd4-4a138cf4eca6&pf_rd_r=362NJ6EYDX3C2Z2RPA5G&psc=1&refRID=362NJ6EYDX3C2Z2RPA5G But they all go from The monitors HDMI 2.0 to the PCs Display-Port 1.2 which is the opposite of what I need.
  2. Ive seen this guys build which I think is basically what I want to do
  3. Hey, My processors getting a little shabby and I want to upgrade to something with a lot more oomph than can future proof me for quite a few years. My graphics card is good enough for now (with a future upgrade probably in the next cycle planned) so i'd like to migrate that to my new build. Its a https://www.asus.com/ie/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING/ I go to LANs a couple times a year by train but I nearly always rent because my current rig is quite large, and doing this for years adds up to a considerable amount. So I thought it might be better for my next rig to be an ITX build with a handle. The Lian Li TU150 seems to be the best fit for a case like this, but if anybody has experience in cases that are more portable I'm all ears. I've been eyeing up an i9-9900k but I'm happy with any processor in that bracket of performance or higher, but I am unsure of if it is a good idea in an ITX case and if I can get enough cooling. Heres a part picker of what I'm considering https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/ctompkinson/saved/m22Bcf my budget is around 2k before the graphics card, I really want to build myself the perfect PC. Am I way off? What would you change/improve? Will the i9 just get throttled into death? Will my graphics card even fit?
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