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  1. You would probably get more if you sold the parts individually instead of as a complete system.
  2. If you aren't going to overclock the card then the stock cooler will keep the card cool enough. Runs a bit loud but if you don't care about that then it should be fine to buy the reference design over an AIB model. AIB cards will run cooler and quieter so if you can wait until then and are willing to pay a bit more, then waiting is also an option. For FFXIV the card will run just fine, however in my experience with MMOs, especially ones that use older engines, the game is more CPU bound. So in high player density areas you should still expect FPS drops.
  3. Both have their pros and cons. Personally I would build the Mini ITX machine cause if I do travel with it, I will probably be going to a place with a monitor/tv and I usually take my KB and Mouse with me anywhere when I do go out with my laptop. Like a cheap hotel or whatever. With the Mini ITX machine you can upgrade too, which is more important to me personally. To be honest though you seem to have a very good build already, so if you go with the laptop for traveling, you will have a very good capable machine waiting for you when you get home. Have the benefits of bot
  4. >Coolermaster NR400 I was looking at one of these the other day, seems to be very nice for a budget M-ATX case. Might pick one up. Nice build btw.
  5. For games the 2070 will be the better upgrade. the 1700x is still a good CPU in terms of modern gaming. If you will upgrade both eventually then I would get the GPU first, especially since 2070s are going for quite a good price atm.
  6. RTX 2070 for the GF and a 5700 XT for myself.
  7. Hello there, today I received a USB 2.0 A-B Switch to make switching my Scarlett 2i4 from my PC to my Mac a much simpler process. However, running the 2i4 through the A - B switch and I get a "USB device not recognized" error in Windows. In device manager, it shows "Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)" and googling around for a solution didn't really help. The 2i4 works like normal on the Mac running through the USB A - B switch so I do not think it could be a power concern. I have tried all the USB ports on my Windows machine with reboot
  8. Not sure. But I bought their GTX 780 because it offered a three year warrenty where as others offered only a 2 year warrenty. Card died after 2 and a half years so I would have been boned with another vendor. They sent me a 970 pretty quickly when I RMA'd it. Maybe they've dipped in quality since I bought the GTX 780, but I'll always be greatful that they offered a longer warrenty at the time of me buying.
  9. Well I met my fiance on Overwatch, which in my experience isn't really a dating app, but it got me laid so it worked better than tinder did for me.
  10. Personally, I am completely okay with this, keeps the price kind of down which is pretty important for the xx60 cards.