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  1. Hello Community of PC Builders, There really is no Budget limit for me and I already have all the parts ordered (but easily returnable if someone strongly sways my mind to something else). I must point out that I am upgrading from generally good parts already. The whole point to me selecting a lot of these parts was because I wanted the PC to look majority white with customizable RGB. I know a decent amount about building PC's, however this will be my first solo built PC and I am open for tips and/or suggestions on anything (whether its about building it or different parts). Also just a heads up I have yet to order a GPU but I will explain that afterward. Here is a parts list of what I have ordered: CASE: NZXT H510 Elite (WHITE) CPU: Ryzen 3900x Motherboard: Asus Prime X570-Pro CPU cooler: Corsair H100I RGB Platinum SE Memory: 2x G.Skill Trident Z Royal Silver 32GB DDR4-3600 (64GB TOTAL) PSU: Corsair RMx 850 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular ATX Case Fan #1 and #2: -Corsair LL120 (WHITE) No node controller. SSD: 2x Samsung 970 Evo 1TB M.2 HDD: 4TB Western Digital GPU: (From my old PC) Asus GTX 1080Ti Now here is where I explain my choices. I chose the H510 Elite because it displays a lot of rgb having 2 window panels in the front and side and it is white. The CPU, I just went for what is currently top notch and I didn't feel like there was a point in getting a Ryzen 3950x. The motherboard is a little odd because I just needed an ATX AM4 motherboard that was white and this was practically the only one (from what I've searched for). Fun fact, for the CPU cooler I was originally going with the z63 from NZXT. But I decided that I cared a lot about the front of the case (where I am mounting the radiator) to be white, so I stuck with the H100i RGB Platinum. The memory was chosen just because it looks really nice in the case. I don't know much about PSU's and I know that I definitely don't need an 850W but I just went with it because I don't have a budget really. The case fans I wanted to be corsair as well because I want to control most of the rgb all on the same software. The GPU is what I am wondering about the most, because I care a lot about competitive gaming and I know I could get a 2080Ti (white or silver coloring) but I'm just wondering if it's worth it. The reason I say this is because I've been hearing rumors about the 3080 series being right around the corner. So I am thinking I might as well just wait for that. What do you guys think about this decision? Also, I was wondering if anyone had suggestions on the build or alternative parts. Also here is a picture of what I want it to kind of look like.
  2. Thank you for your recommendations, the last thing I'm wondering is what are the cons to that DAC that someone who knows audio would hate? Is it something I should consider or nah?
  3. Is there anything else I should buy along with the DT 770 pro in order to make it sound better? I am a pretty primitive on knowledge when it comes to audio and headphones.
  4. I have seen many suggestions online and by some friends that this is a great quality headset. And its only 150 ish bucks. I'm fine with spending 300+ dollars on headphones too if you have more expensive suggestions. I don't really know how the headphone market works, does the quality get better with the more you spend?
  5. Hello Community, I've been playing competitive games on PC for years and my current headset (HyperX Cloud II) has served me incredibly well over the last 2 years. I am building a new pc so I would like to upgrade to something better. I have read and heard numerous times that I should not buy another "gaming" headset and instead by studio headphones for the sound quality. I agree with these statements but I have no clue what studio headphones to get. My budget is around 350$ so I know there must be plenty of options. I am looking to get a nice pair of wireless headphones but If that is too big of a sacrifice for quality then I am also fine with staying wired. I just tested the Arctis Pro Wireless today and after trying over and over to find the correct settings for the equalizer I decided they still weren't worth the $329.99 for the audio quality that I adjusted it to. Please help me find an absolute banger of a headset that I can use for another 2 years. ALSO this headset will only be used for gaming and listening to music. That is all. Edit: Sorry I accidentally submitted the unfinished post with random keys. This is the full edit of it ^^^^^^^^^^^^. (also wow you guys reply fast).
  6. Hello people of the community forum, I just yesterday got my Alienware AW2521HFL yesterday and the 240hz feels really nice in game. But I instantly noticed the difference in colors immediately when I got it. For example In Valorant, the corners are significantly darker and the outline of models in game are significantly darker. It feels like I'm playing a lightly saturated game. The monitor comes with many different nice features and customization but I don't understand how to fix the colors in order to make them brighter in a sense, and also more accurate. Whenever I watch youtube videos on Valorant or switch the game to my other monitor it looks significantly more vibrant and better. So my question is, can anybody provide me with a way to calibrate the colors on this monitor to be less dark looking.
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