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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, I would like to buy a new PC, which should reach stable 180-300 FPS on 1920x1080, because I want to buy a BenQ 2546.

I mainly play Rainbow Six: Siege, Escape from Tarkov, Battlefield V and soon the new COD.

I usually adjust the graphics settings so that the mindless settings are off. I am just a competitive player.

My budget is a maximum of 5000 euros.

I find the RTX cards pointless because I do not use the technique or is it still useful to buy the cards anyway?
Can you tell me if the 9900k is better than the 9900x? Cause many streamers got a x-cpu.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Press the ❤ beneath my post if you found my answer helpful! If you want me to see your answer, quote me or tag me with @Catchears!

 

Specs:

 

CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

FPS in minecraft with lowest settings possible: about 10

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Catchears said:

You prefer the Ryzen 9 instead of the 9900k? What you think about the heat of the ryzen?
Is the 2080 ti zotac not better than the ti from asus?
What you think about buying 3600 mhz Ram instead of 3200? Is there are difference?
750w is enough for these high end hardware? Many computer companys told me I should use 1000w. But Iam not sure if they just want to cash grab me.

 

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PC Set up 

CPU: I9-9900k

Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro-Wifi

GPU: MSI RTX 2070 Gamin Z 

Cooling: Cooler Master ML360R AIO

RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 16 GB 3000MHZ (8GB X 2) 

RAM: Corsair Vengence Pro Lighting Enhancement Kit (0GB X 2) 

Storage: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB 

PSU: EVGA SuperNova G2 750 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular 

Case: CoolerMaster MB511 RGB 

 

Build Log found here:

 

 

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Just now, Polemisch said:

You prefer the Ryzen 9 instead of the 9900k? What you think about the heat of the ryzen?
Is the 2080 ti zotac not better than the ti from asus?
What you think about buying 3600 mhz Ram instead of 3200? Is there are difference?
750w is enough for these high end hardware? Many computer companys told me I should use 1000w. But Iam not sure if they just want to cash grab me.

 

Don't hold up on the brand honestly. They are all marginally similar. It's all coming down to aesthetics and Tempature. The ones with 3 fans will be cooler than 2 or blower. 


PC Set up 

CPU: I9-9900k

Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro-Wifi

GPU: MSI RTX 2070 Gamin Z 

Cooling: Cooler Master ML360R AIO

RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 16 GB 3000MHZ (8GB X 2) 

RAM: Corsair Vengence Pro Lighting Enhancement Kit (0GB X 2) 

Storage: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB 

PSU: EVGA SuperNova G2 750 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular 

Case: CoolerMaster MB511 RGB 

 

Build Log found here:

 

 

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without overclocking should pull this 


PC Set up 

CPU: I9-9900k

Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro-Wifi

GPU: MSI RTX 2070 Gamin Z 

Cooling: Cooler Master ML360R AIO

RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 16 GB 3000MHZ (8GB X 2) 

RAM: Corsair Vengence Pro Lighting Enhancement Kit (0GB X 2) 

Storage: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB 

PSU: EVGA SuperNova G2 750 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular 

Case: CoolerMaster MB511 RGB 

 

Build Log found here:

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Polemisch said:

You prefer the Ryzen 9 instead of the 9900k? What you think about the heat of the ryzen?
Is the 2080 ti zotac not better than the ti from asus?
What you think about buying 3600 mhz Ram instead of 3200? Is there are difference?
750w is enough for these high end hardware? Many computer companys told me I should use 1000w. But Iam not sure if they just want to cash grab me.

 

I'm an Intel guy myself and even I would do the 3900x over the 9900k.

Asus and Evga have the best aftermarket coolers on the market, Zotac is ok, but an Asus or Evga card would be better.

3600mhz would defintely benifit the 3900x more over the 3200mhz so  I would go for 3600mhz.

Yes a 750w PSU would be plenty for this system. Unless you're doing dual cards and heavy overclocking there is no need for a 1000w PSU.


Main Desktop: Cpu - I7-8700k @5ghz | Mobo - Asus ROG STRIX Z390-E | Gpu - Evga GTX 1080ti FTW3 Ram - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3000mhz | Aio - H100i Pro RGB | Psu - Evga 850 GQ | Case - Fractal Design Meshify C White | Storage - Samsung 970 Pro M.2 NVME SSD 1x 1TB 1x 512GB / 1x Seagate Ironwolf Pro 4TB HDD |

 

TV Streaming PC: Intel Nuc CPU - i7 8th Gen | RAM - 16GB DDR4 2666mhz | Storage - 256GB WD Black M.2 NVME SSD |

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy S10+ - Ceramic White 512GB |

 

If you ask for a Mid Tower case recommend, I will 90% of the time recommend the Fractal Design Meshify C or S2.

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1 minute ago, Polemisch said:

Oh okay. But does the cpu not overclock itself if a game or software is running?

The 3900x has game boost and can be easily overclocked.


Main Desktop: Cpu - I7-8700k @5ghz | Mobo - Asus ROG STRIX Z390-E | Gpu - Evga GTX 1080ti FTW3 Ram - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3000mhz | Aio - H100i Pro RGB | Psu - Evga 850 GQ | Case - Fractal Design Meshify C White | Storage - Samsung 970 Pro M.2 NVME SSD 1x 1TB 1x 512GB / 1x Seagate Ironwolf Pro 4TB HDD |

 

TV Streaming PC: Intel Nuc CPU - i7 8th Gen | RAM - 16GB DDR4 2666mhz | Storage - 256GB WD Black M.2 NVME SSD |

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy S10+ - Ceramic White 512GB |

 

If you ask for a Mid Tower case recommend, I will 90% of the time recommend the Fractal Design Meshify C or S2.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks for the fast answers and builds! 

I will go for the ryzen, but I dont think I gonna overclock it by myself. I dont want to make a mistake.

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