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Need Opinions on my RIG

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hi All,

 

I am posting a link to pcpartpicker.com with a list of all the components inside my RIG.

 

I would like the public to rate my PC and let me know if I should upgrade or build a new RIG.

 

I was going to build this same build but should I just stick with mine?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVs7i-wm5W0&t=603s

 

Also if you all can assess the value of my RIG if I wanted to sell it.

 

BTW the CPU cooler that I am using is the Thermaltake Pacific M360 D5 Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit.

 

Here is the link to my pcpartpicker.com parts list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/2zPgq3

 

Here is the link details embedded here:

 

Thank you all!

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Honestly that depends on what your doing with it?

Are you planning on upgrading your monitor? does it perform well now? are you just trying to future proof? 

Honestly its a pretty comperable setup for 1080p/1440p gaming.  If you did want to upgrade you could just go ahead and get a used i7-7700k since you have a overclocking ready motherboard. Then that would give you some cpu headroom for upgrading the gpu if you ever decided to do so. 


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, BlackCoffee said:

Honestly that depends on what your doing with it?

Are you planning on upgrading your monitor? does it perform well now? are you just trying to future proof? 

Honestly its a pretty comperable setup for 1080p/1440p gaming.  If you did want to upgrade you could just go ahead and get a used i7-7700k since you have a overclocking ready motherboard. Then that would give you some cpu headroom for upgrading the gpu if you ever decided to do so. 

It performs very exceptional now but I wanted a small form factor for my PC that is why I linked the you tube video above. If my PC and the PC in the video doesn't have a big difference in performance then I wouldn't build a new one.

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Just now, itsyourboi311 said:

It performs very exceptional now but I wanted a small form factor for my PC that is why I linked the you tube video above. If my PC and the PC in the video doesn't have a big difference in performance then I wouldn't build a new one.

It will perform better however the big thing is you would be spending a lot of additional money since you would be selling used and buying new. A rtx 2070s performs about as well as a gtx 1080ti in games and the performance difference for the cost would imo not be a great value. If I were you I'd keep my eye out for a used i7-7700k and maybe wait until rtx 3000 drops to pickup a used rtx 2000 card 


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, BlackCoffee said:

It will perform better however the big thing is you would be spending a lot of additional money since you would be selling used and buying new. A rtx 2070s performs about as well as a gtx 1080ti in games and the performance difference for the cost would imo not be a great value. If I were you I'd keep my eye out for a used i7-7700k and maybe wait until rtx 3000 drops to pickup a used rtx 2000 card 

That makes sense. Yea, the one thing I knew I needed to upgrade was my CPU but I wasn't sure on which one to get but thank you the reference.

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