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  1. Hi guys, I'm pretty new to gaming PC building, and I want to either build a new PC from scratch, or totally upgrade my current build to be able to run the latest games at 1440p (144Hz) at decent frames. It's worth noting I don't need to consider productivity at all as I have a Mac for any other needs I have (such as music production and video editing). My current build is: 1x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Graphics Card 1x Aerocool 80 PLUS 500W PSU 1x Asus PRIME B250M-A Motherboard 2x 4 GB DDR4 2133 MHz Memory 1x Seagate 1TB BarraCuda 7200RPM Hard Disk 1x 250GB Samsung 850 EVO Solid State Drive 1x Intel Pentium G4560 Kaby Lake CPU, 2 Cores, 3.5GHz I'm considering buying either an RTX 2070 Super (£489) and an intel i5 9600k (£200) as a new build PC, or an i5 7600k (£150) and a 2060 super (£379) as an upgrade to my current build. Are both of these options going to be powerful enough to run say games like Shadow of the Tomb raider, Star Wars Jedi:Fallen order and Cyberpunk 2077 at 60+ frames at 1440p (144HZ)? Also, I haven't really considered AMD CPU's at this point, can a case be made for AMD?
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