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Promosss

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About Promosss

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3700x
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350M Bazooka
  • RAM
    Team Group T-Force Delta 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI Gaming X GTX 1060 6GB
  • Case
    Thermaltake Versa H18
  • PSU
    Super Flower Leadex II 650w
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master ML240R
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster Masterkeys Pro L PBT Keycaps Edition
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 310
  • Sound
    Generic Desktop Speaker
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. To put things in perspective, you can put 3700x+2070 super and it would still be enough. Don't worry.
  2. That's plenty but if you can state what your PSU model is, even better.
  3. The 2080ti is a 4K card, so you'll benefit from it the most by playing at 4k resolution. I'd say for you monitor that card is a little bit overkill. Any AAA games at 4K max settings will properly push your 2080ti to it's limits.
  4. Flight Simulator 2020 will give the 2080ti a run for it's money.
  5. What's your PSU? If it's good enough, upgrade the CPU first.
  6. For competitive FPS games, i'll be able to tell which one has 18ms response time and which one has 1ms response time. I play CSGO a lot so even 5ms vs 1ms can be the difference between who saw who first. It is why some players screams "dude, i didn't even see him". So for me advertising a 144hz screen (which is mostly used for competitive FPS) but with only 18ms response time seems like a marketing bullcrap for me.
  7. Exactly this, OP is very adamant about using a custom loop so i don't know why he didn't just go ahead and do it. He refuses to listen to any feedback that we've given.
  8. I use RivaTuner Statistic Server to monitor my in game RAM, CPU and GPU usage.
  9. Kept it all. First, RMA needs the product boxes, second, it's easier to sell the products second hand with boxes. Also also i love product boxes, they look sick.
  10. With 18ms response time? I'm not too sure.
  11. Judging from your response, it looks like you've made up your mind on spending money for custom loop from the beginning. Why bother asking in the forum then?
  12. Dumb question but have you tried reinstalling the game?
  13. Also, what chip will you be using? There's no need for custom loop if you're not using something like a 10900k or 10980XE. A 360mm AIO or a NH-D15 will be enough to cool almost any CPU in the market. As for the GPU, any good brand GPU with good cooling should be all that you need, if it's not enough, you can purchase a custom bracket from NZXT and a 120/240mm AIO to cool it, provided that your case has enough space.
  14. To err is human, human makes mistakes. So there's always a chance of leaking, no matter how slight it is. Also, you'll need to replace the water every six months or so for maintenance. So if you have 0 experience building a custom loop, you'll have to call that someone to do the maintenance for you every six months, which is not convenient.
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