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  1. Hi everyone, I'm currently building a mid-high end system (min ryzen 7 3700x/intel i7-9700k, 2070s/2080s - all depending on deals and the new gen zen/nvidia). I'm wondering what (if even possible) can I do if I want to say stream games off it to a remote laptop on the same network, while another member of my household uses the pc for work/watching videos/playing light games. Any tips (preferably free solutions) would be great. Oh and I'm UK based so my internet connection speed isn't amazing!
  2. @BlueScope819 thanks for the quick response. That seems a decent build, is it worth pushing further for a ryzen 7 or an intel i7-9700k (or intel similar) with respectiveboard? @Oswin looking to finish build around early September (birthday project). Bang for buck wise, should I hold out or go higher end amd/intel now? Also yes budget includes peripherals. Thanks both
  3. Budget (including currency): £1000-£1600 (can go higher but ideally not) Country: UK Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: mainly shooters (casual style), racing sims, some python/java (personal projects rather than work related), stream to other parts of the house. Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): I'm looking for a new build plan from the ground up, high fps to 1080p/1440p with scope to upgrade to good hdr monitor in future. I currently don't have a desktop or any peripherals that are mine (currently using ones borrowed from work to wfh). Only caveat is I like discrete systems. No (or switch-offable) rgb or and weird looking peripherals or case. Basically something that looks relatively like a productivity pc with the power to game well to very well for the next 5-10 years. Thanks everyone. I'm happy for US/Canada/Australian input too as I imagine pricing isn't hugely different other than newegg which seems extortionate over here.
  4. Thank you. Yes a little bit expensive but gives me an idea what/where to look.
  5. Hi all, I am very new to PC building. I want to build a new PC following a similar schematic to an LTT video from a few months back (pre-pandemic) but I'm all about being discrete. In the video they use a Corsair Carbide SPEC-05, I'm looking for the nearest alternative case to this (price-wise as well) but with all metal panels. Thanks
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