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HappyCerberus

Top of the line gaming PC

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My current PC is dying and I'm looking to buy a new top of the line gaming machine.

I will be recycling the RTX 2080 Ti.

 

I don't have a budget cap, I simply want the best machine (without going into marginal upgrades) under the following parameters:

  • minimal noise levels
  • portability (I need to carry my case between my workstation setup and my VR setup, which is in different rooms)
  • performance in VR (Vive Pro) & 2560x1440 @ 144Hz

I explicitly don't care about:

  • RGB
  • see through case (I prefer rigidity & silence)
  • sound card (I have Sound Blaster ZxR that I will be recycling)
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That's reusing the graphics card and RAM, and without peripherals or an OS.

 

It does have some RGB, but they're behind a side panel, so...


Screwdriver specs: Long, pointy. Turns things. Some kind of metal.

 

Personal rig:

Xeon E5-1630v4 | Quadro P4000 | X99-E WS | 4x8GB G-Skill DDR4-2400 | Samsung 960EVO 250GB | 8TB spinning rust

 

Work machine:

Core i9-9900X | 2x RTX 2080ti | X299-WS Sage | 8x8GB G-Skill DDR4-3200 | Samsung 970 Pro 512GB | 3TB Samsung 860 EVO RAID array

 

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9 minutes ago, Lord Mirdalan said:

 

That's reusing the graphics card and RAM, and without peripherals or an OS.

 

It does have some RGB, but they're behind a side panel, so...

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master is a better board for less money.

 

I would go D15 or Dark rock Pro 4 over the older D14.

 


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21 hours ago, lee32uk said:

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master is a better board for less money.

 

I would go D15 or Dark rock Pro 4 over the older D14.

 

Couldn't agree more on the cooler, but I couldn't find the D15 on pcpartpicker.


Screwdriver specs: Long, pointy. Turns things. Some kind of metal.

 

Personal rig:

Xeon E5-1630v4 | Quadro P4000 | X99-E WS | 4x8GB G-Skill DDR4-2400 | Samsung 960EVO 250GB | 8TB spinning rust

 

Work machine:

Core i9-9900X | 2x RTX 2080ti | X299-WS Sage | 8x8GB G-Skill DDR4-3200 | Samsung 970 Pro 512GB | 3TB Samsung 860 EVO RAID array

 

Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Recap, and Fusion

Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, AfterEffects, Illustrator, Brackets

Matlab, MS Visual Studio, Davinci Resolve

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2 minutes ago, lee32uk said:

A bit more expensive but worth it imo. The D14 is still a good cooler though, but might as well get the updated version.

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/4vzv6h/noctua-cpu-cooler-nhd15

I sit corrected.


Screwdriver specs: Long, pointy. Turns things. Some kind of metal.

 

Personal rig:

Xeon E5-1630v4 | Quadro P4000 | X99-E WS | 4x8GB G-Skill DDR4-2400 | Samsung 960EVO 250GB | 8TB spinning rust

 

Work machine:

Core i9-9900X | 2x RTX 2080ti | X299-WS Sage | 8x8GB G-Skill DDR4-3200 | Samsung 970 Pro 512GB | 3TB Samsung 860 EVO RAID array

 

Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Recap, and Fusion

Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, AfterEffects, Illustrator, Brackets

Matlab, MS Visual Studio, Davinci Resolve

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