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  1. If its coming from Mars is really cheap.
  2. They are both more than enough for 1080p, go for GTX 1070, GTX 1080 for 1080p is overkill. PS: If the difference is small, then it compensates to buy the GTX 1080.
  3. The only reason to buy a i7 7700K right now is to play at 144HZ+, if you dont want to get an R7 1700, I would stay with your CPU and upgrade to some 6/8 cores later, your CPU is still great. If you dont want to spend the whole budget, but want to increase in gaming performance, I would sell your R9 390 while still miners are buying, and get some GTX 1070/1080. PS: Since you are using 1080p 60HZ, there are no reason to change your PC for gaming right now. But for editing you can get a R7 1700.
  4. I would sell your MB and CPU, and buy a R7 1700 with a B350 motherboard and you can upgrade the GPU with the extra cash.
  5. I agree with @Zando Bob There are no reasons to buy any i3 right now, and basically no reason to buy any new i5, the only CPUs Intel that make sense right now are G4560 and 7700K(for 144HZ+ gaming). In your budget I would go for R5 1600, the 2 extra cores will come in handy.
  6. Neither, I would go for RX 470 when it gets backs in Stock, in Germany it costs only 20 euros more. Your CPU will bottleneck the 3 cards, but a lot more the RX 470. I would still get the RX 470 and upgrade the CPU later.
  7. Whats the problem with the PSU? Ryzen 1600 has 65W TDP and the GTX 1050 Ti 75W. It could easily run on a 300W PSU:
  8. I would get either a R7 1700 or a R5 1600 and would get a SSD. Also would use the stock cooler, and dont buy an AIO.
  9. Doesnt seem so CPU bounded to me, Watch Dogs 2 in this test, i5 7400 (3,0Ghz) and the i7 6700K (4Ghz) are almost the same.
  10. The G4560 may beat in older titles, but newer titles that can really use the 4 cores will beat the G4560 easily, I dont see why would somebody buy a dual core right now, expect with lower budget.