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any thoughts on build?

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Budget (including currency): 3722$ (35000 NoK)

Country: norway

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 

Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): 

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Would be better off dropping the CPU to a 3700x and then getting a 2080 super. 
 

Overpaying for a shit-ton of RGB, If you want quality Noctua is the way to go. 
 

Wouldn’t be the keyboard I’d choose personally. 
 

Might want to ask in the Audio sub forum for suggestions on headsets. 

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Goddamn Autocorrect.

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, gloop said:

Would be better off dropping the CPU to a 3700x and then getting a 2080 super. 
 

Overpaying for a shit-ton of RGB, If you want quality Noctua is the way to go. 
 

Wouldn’t be the keyboard I’d choose personally. 
 

Might want to ask in the Audio forum for suggestions on headsets. 

will look into changing the CPU and GPU then, any specific reason tho as i will later on look into running two GPU's?
I am aware noctua fans will be better, but visuals play a bit of a big part in my taste as shown in choice of fans and cabinet, at least as far as i am concerned. And noctua fans in norway is really limited to which models are  available without opting to order overseas. 

 

will probably change the keyboard for razer ornata, as i found the quiet keys and low profile a dream to type and game on, and left an ease of audio profiling as it isnt as loud as full mechanical keys.
 

well headset is going to get swapped out in the future for a shure SM7B microphone and a high end studio Sennheiser headset supported with following equipment to add the sound wanted and support for XLR equipment. already pretty sure what i want on that front as im a drummer/musician, just need something temporary that gives good sound and mic for the buck, while saving up to add higher end equipment.

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2 minutes ago, Biohazard98 said:

running two GPU's

Waste of money considering nearly no games utilize the two GPUs. 
 

 

 

 

You could check out ‘silent’ versions of switches online. 

2 minutes ago, Biohazard98 said:

had a different preference for keyboard from razer but its not available here anymore, but yeah, i've moved away from mechanical keyboards, and i found the ease of silent keys with audio settings trumps the feel of mechanical keys, and i actually found myself typing way faster after moving away from high buttoned, 
 

 


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10 hours ago, gloop said:

Waste of money considering nearly no games utilize the two GPUs. 
 

 

 

 

You could check out ‘silent’ versions of switches online. 

i am going to admit, my sense for high end and overkill equipment often supersedes usage and need.

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Just now, Biohazard98 said:

i am going to admit, my sense for high end and overkill equipment often supersedes usage and need.

Two GPUs are in recent years considered more for heating your rooms than gaining performance.


... but I'm no expert

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Why that monitor? There are many better 144+Hz monitors for such a good build.


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10 hours ago, Tan3l6 said:

Why that monitor? There are many better 144+Hz monitors for such a good build.

was just price point at 144hz, in norway next upgrade is like 100-200$ up, but with suggestion left by someone on pcpartpicker it leaves room for upgrading it.
and i've had it at a previous build when i lived somewhere else, and was quite satisfied at price point, and only AOC competes at that price

ive upgraded the monitor in the suggested change, in the comment above to an asus pred monitor, any other suggested monitors or?

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9 minutes ago, Biohazard98 said:

was just price point at 144hz, in norway next upgrade is like 100-200$ up, but with suggestion left by someone on pcpartpicker it leaves room for upgrading it.
and i've had it at a previous build when i lived somewhere else, and was quite satisfied at price point, and only AOC competes at that price

Sorry, I was looking at your original post, not the Acer xb253qgp, the Acer seems solid.

But where I live there's Asus VG279QM (280Hz IPS) available for similar price, I'd recommend that.


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10 hours ago, Tan3l6 said:

Sorry, I was looking at your original post, not the Acer xb253qgp, the Acer seems solid.

what i was thinking aswell, with the forumposter on pcpartpickers suggestion it left a different price point so i could upgrade it, so now i have two builds to consider between..

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10 hours ago, Biohazard98 said:

what i was thinking aswell.

with the forumposter on pcpartpickers suggestion, it left a different price point so i could upgrade it, so now i have two builds to consider between.. the suggestions price ending just below my limit at 3722$ with the monitor upgrade

 

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6 minutes ago, Biohazard98 said:

what i was thinking aswell, with the forumposter on pcpartpickers suggestion it left a different price point so i could upgrade it, so now i have two builds to consider between..

Though the 25" 280Hz IPS does not cost too much more: https://www.prisjakt.no/product.php?p=5275061

I have no point of comparison, for those monitors, only specs.

 

This is a 1080p monitor to be warned. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, Nena Trinity said:

Hvis du bor i Oslo bare dra til Digitalimpuls, hvis ikke bruk komplett.no! :)

hehe, bodde i oslo inntil 10. mars før jeg da flyttet tilbake nord midt i starten av corona-krisa og desverre forlot mitt tidligere setup:) vært der et par ganger ja, alltid gøy å vite at det iallefall er en plass man kan besøke for å handle komponenter i norge :P 

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