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Posted · Original PosterOP

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This is my parts. For RAM it is actually ADATA SPEcTRIX D50 and M.2 HIK VISION E100N, which i can't find on pcpart picker.

I have two questions.

 

Is everything ok so far? Any comments ?

What power supply wattage should I buy? looking for recommendations. 

 

Btw no budget limit and i am from singapore.

 

Thanks.

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Hello,

 

It looks fine but the price of the 2080 is out of this world, 2080S are usually around 800$ and 2080Ti starts just above that price at 1150$.

Expensive motherboard, case and storage (not really great for this one either) but since you have an unlimited budget.

 

You also didn't pick a PSU.

 

And give the link and not a screenshot so we do so modifications more easily ;) 


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PC1 (Main) :

CPU : Intel i7-8700K | Cooling : Noctua NH-U14S / Noctua NF-A14 PWM chromax x4 and NF-F12 PWM chromax x3 

GPU : Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 64 | Motherboard : Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra RAM : Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB 3466MHz CL16

Storage : Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SATA SSD / Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVMe | Case : Phanteks Eclipse P600S PSU : Corsair HX850W 

Monitor : Samsung C27FG73 | Keyboard : Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum | Mouse : Logitech G903 

Sound : Logitech Z623 (speakers) / Logitech G432 (headset)

 

PC 2 (Wife's PC) :

CPU : AMD R5 3600 | Cooling : Noctua NH-U12S GPU : Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 8GB Motherboard : Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite 

RAM : Crucial Ballistix Sport AT 16GB 3200MHz CL16 | Storage : Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SATA SSD / Western Digital Blue 1TB HDD 

Case : Fractal Design Meshify S2 | PSU : Corsair CX550W Monitor : AOC 24B1XHS

Keyboard and Mouse : Logitech MK270 combo Sound : Logitech Z200 (speakers)

 

PC 3 (Retro HEDT) :

CPU : Intel i7-5820K (in transit) | Cooling : Noctua NH-U12S GPU : Sapphire Vapor X R9 290 Motherboard : EVGA x99 Micro2 (in transit)

RAM : Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz CL16 | Storage : Crucial MX500 500GB SATA SSD | Case : Antec 300 or open bench

PSU : be quiet! Straight Power 11 650W

 

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A overclocked 10600k performs about the same a 10900k for much cheaper. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Meganter said:

Hello,

 

It looks fine but the price of the 2080 is out of this world, 2080S are usually around 800$ and 2080Ti starts just above that price at 1150$.

Expensive motherboard, case and storage (not really great for this one either) but since you have an unlimited budget.

 

You also didn't pick a PSU.

 

And give the link and not a screenshot so we do so modifications more easily ;) 

I actually have all the parts. Only left GPU and PSU. Any recommendations or improvements?? 

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1 minute ago, kish said:

I actually have all the parts. Only left PSU. Any recommendations? 

Oh then we can't really recommend anything else on the parts.

 

For the PSU look at the Corsair RMx/RMi/RM 550/650W, Phanteks AMP 550/650W or Seasonic GX/GM 550/650W. They are usually wildly available and very good units.


Don't forget to quote (arrow bottom left of the message) or use name tag (@name) for us to see your answer.

 

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PC1 (Main) :

CPU : Intel i7-8700K | Cooling : Noctua NH-U14S / Noctua NF-A14 PWM chromax x4 and NF-F12 PWM chromax x3 

GPU : Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 64 | Motherboard : Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra RAM : Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB 3466MHz CL16

Storage : Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SATA SSD / Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVMe | Case : Phanteks Eclipse P600S PSU : Corsair HX850W 

Monitor : Samsung C27FG73 | Keyboard : Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum | Mouse : Logitech G903 

Sound : Logitech Z623 (speakers) / Logitech G432 (headset)

 

PC 2 (Wife's PC) :

CPU : AMD R5 3600 | Cooling : Noctua NH-U12S GPU : Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 8GB Motherboard : Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite 

RAM : Crucial Ballistix Sport AT 16GB 3200MHz CL16 | Storage : Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SATA SSD / Western Digital Blue 1TB HDD 

Case : Fractal Design Meshify S2 | PSU : Corsair CX550W Monitor : AOC 24B1XHS

Keyboard and Mouse : Logitech MK270 combo Sound : Logitech Z200 (speakers)

 

PC 3 (Retro HEDT) :

CPU : Intel i7-5820K (in transit) | Cooling : Noctua NH-U12S GPU : Sapphire Vapor X R9 290 Motherboard : EVGA x99 Micro2 (in transit)

RAM : Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz CL16 | Storage : Crucial MX500 500GB SATA SSD | Case : Antec 300 or open bench

PSU : be quiet! Straight Power 11 650W

 

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There's no reason to spend this much money on a gaming PC. R3 3300x + RX 5700xt is the sweet spot, paired with a freesync monitor. Arguably everything after that is diminishing returns.


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5 minutes ago, AmbientTemperature41c said:

ultra 4k

 

5 minutes ago, AmbientTemperature41c said:

why not ryzen though?

Intel is still on top for gaming. If you want maximum performance, Intel is the way. 


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2 minutes ago, AmbientTemperature41c said:

ryzen 9 3900x 

 

Not on top for gaming. A 10900k will perform better. 


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11 minutes ago, kish said:

any idea how many watts psi to get?

550w-650w. 
 

Id personally recommend the RM550/650x or the Amp 550/650w. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Correct me if i am wrong.

 

I believe PSUs shld be compatible to all kind as long as we get the sufficient wattage.

 

Are there instances that the PSU wiring or layout is not compatible to mother board or other PC parts?

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Just now, kish said:

Correct me if i am wrong.

 

I believe PSUs shld be compatible to all kind as long as we get the sufficient wattage.

 

Are there instances that the PSU wiring or layout is not compatible to mother board or other PC parts?

In DIY PCs, what you stated is generally correct. 
 

There are OEM psus and motherboards that have different connectors, etc but they are mainly used in prebuilts. 
 

Then, each psu has a specific Pin-Layout in its cables that need to be a specific way for it to deliver power correctly. 
 

Im not an expert on pin-layouts, but @jonnyGURU will probably be able to explain it easier. 


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6 hours ago, gloop said:

Im not an expert on pin-layouts, but @jonnyGURU will probably be able to explain it easier. 

Yeah.  Unless you're upgrading a Dell, HP or Lenovo, everything is standard.

 

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Personal I would use at least 850W+ for this setup. My choice would go to Corsair RM Series 850 of what I use 1000 series. I mean what you not use is not on you Electrical bill beter to have buffer. Also make it easier if you want add another Video card later or upgrade. 

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