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4K at over 120hz

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Good evening!

 

I'm looking to building an incredible pc and wanna hit over 120hz at 4k (if that's possible). I'm somewhat new to building pcs and want to know what either a bare minimum requirements would look like for a pc to handle this and what sitting comfortably would look like. I'm assuming an Intel I9 9900k would be needed and a RTX 2080 Ti, maybe even two? Where my lack of knowledge starts is which motherboards I should be looking at. I'm assuming I need a rather large case to hold everything and would like to stay away from liquid cooled if possible (unless someone can recommend and easy guide on how to do it). I would love to upload pictures as I start to build this future beast, but just need a little guidance on things I should look out for or specific things I need to buy.

 

Thank you all for the help and I cant wait to completely empty my bank account to just make things look a little more pretty!

  

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2 2080ti and still not consistent 4K 120fps in AAA games with graphics settings turned up. It's not the time for something like this.


Studying abroad, ditched the crappy laptop for a mobile workstation/gaming laptop double Hate the thermal paste and memory timings

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The best thing to do is reading the clock speed that doesnt end in a pair of zeros. Software voltage readings are wrong if your motherboard's not a high end model

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Why there are no 120hz+ 4K monitors on the market. You are sacrificing image quality too. Also SLI is dead so 2080ti SLI is dumb. You are going to have to wait 


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4 minutes ago, Rhaladay said:

I'm assuming an Intel I9 9900k would be needed and a RTX 2080 Ti, maybe even two?

Oh yes, definitely. Maybe even 2 RTX Titans. 

 

You can start by telling us your budget (which better be high lol) and your location (in order to make a PCPartPicker component list).

1 minute ago, BuckGup said:

Why there are no 120hz+ 4K monitors on the market.

PG27UQ? Predator X27?


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7 minutes ago, Geography said:

Oh yes, definitely. Maybe even 2 RTX Titans. 

 

You can start by telling us your budget (which better be high lol) and your location (in order to make a PCPartPicker component list).

PG27UQ? Predator X27?

Right but past 120hz you are sacrificing a lot of visual quality in chroma sampling. I'm pretty sure it's the whole 120hz out of the box that can OC to 144hz


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Just keeping this here as a backup 980tiZotacStockBIOS.zip☻♥■∞{╚§XÅD{┘Æ╩mYÄÜXτ╕○\╚Θº£¥ΘBM@Q05♠{{↨↨▬§¶‼↕◄►☼1♦  wumbo

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is this something that can be done in terms of a computers power, but cant be done because monitors just haven't caught up yet? I'm looking for the best visual experience which I assume would just naturally go hand and hand with having the best specs with cpu/gpu. Is there a sweet spot with 4k? because I am ready to try and push boundaries

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