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himynamesl

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  1. Yeah, I have an old 1070 sitting which I'll use until the 30 series cards are more readily available.
  2. Budget (including currency): £1000, could stretch to £1500 if it would make a huge difference Country: United Kingdom Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: League, Valorant, Assassins Creed, Witcher, and a whole bunch of other AAA games Ive missed over the years. Other details: I eventually plan on upgrading my monitors to 144hz and ideally 1440p but using basic 1080p monitor for now. I have an old 1070 sitting which I'll keep using until the 30 series cards are more readily available. Thanks in advance for your guidance! I'm mainly not sure if the Cooler,
  3. Aaah that's a good option depending on what my up/down turns out to be. Thanks!
  4. Thanks for the list, would you mind explaining the benefits of the part changes? Like, why the B550 board of X570, and the pros of that PSU? Also why that cooler over the Noctua one? Also for that case? Is that just personal preference or will it have better thermals, and should I be getting case fans for the NZXT case too?
  5. Originally posted back in May, but based on peoples advice I held out for Zen 3, and the 3000 series so I'm once again asking for your guidance. Introduction: I currently have an old Razer Blade Stealth (i7-6500u) which isn't pulling its weight anymore. It's equipped with the Core, and a GTX-1070. This has now got to the point where it overheats at the slightest load, it's time to go. It's worth noting that a motherboard with onboard Wi-Fi would be preferred as I'd rather not drill holes through my floor and ceiling to run an ethernet cable. Budget: £1500-2000 Country:
  6. Alright, this and the video have persuaded me to wait. Onboard Wi-Fi is a nice bonus too
  7. I'll be waiting at least one more week, until payday. I suppose an extra couple weeks wouldn't hurt. But, could you explain the benefits of waiting for this new mobo? Thanks
  8. How much more would I need to spend to be able to do this pretty consistently? Lets say that in a few months time I buy a 3080 like @5x5 suggests. How much more than £2000 would I need to spend on parts now (not including a GPU) to be able to run most games at 1440 144hz going forward?
  9. This has been in the back of my mind, Im just not sure I can wait that long. Boredom is seriously setting in, I need something to waste away the extra hours of the day
  10. Introduction: I currently have an old Razer Blade Stealth (i7-6500u) which isn't pulling its weight anymore. It's equipped with the Core, and a GTX-1070. I'm happy to hold out and use the 1070 for a while longer and then upgrade to a better GPU in a couple of months. Budget: £1500-2000 (excluding GPU) Country: United Kingdom Usage: Borderlands 3, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, LoL, Valorant, and a whole host of AAA titles from the past few years I've missed out on. Monitors: I currently have two 1080p screens for now with the aim of upgrading to 1440p (144hz) in the
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