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  1. Do you think there would be any clearance issues between the length of the graphics card and cpu cooler radiator?
  2. Budget (including currency): $3,300 (Savings are always welcome but not required) Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Baldurs Gate 3, Cyberpunk, Halo, OBS Streaming and Adobe Suite Other details: SO I have already thrown together a list of what I was thinking, and thought I'd stop in here to see if anyone more learned had any thoughts on my planned build, possibly some additions or replacements that would be more efficient? PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CP
  3. I'm trying to put together a build plan for a purpose built windows storage computer. It will only be used to backup camera's/microphones/old FCPX and Premiere projects. It needs to have at least 6 TB storage to start, be capable of fast transfer speeds and upgradable in the future. Price range: $1500, but multiple options would be appreciated.
  4. Hey! Back for more advice. I am a Premiere and Avid editor and more recently I've been running into longer and longer render times as well as instability. I'm currently using a 2016 Dell XPS 9550 for the bulk of my edit work so you can see my issue. Because of this I've been looking into building a hyper optimized PC which I can use solely to render HD and UHD video for about $1200 US. Any suggestions or advice is greatly appreciated!
  5. Now that Christmas has come and gone I'm left with about $900 USD to put toward a PC (Give or take a hundred). I would like a build that can be easily upgraded later on and I would like it to run a decent amount of games smoothly; For example: PUBG and Rainbow six siege. I want to run two 1080p monitors and upgrade to one ultra-wide eventually. I already have Speakers, monitors, keyboard, mouse, mousepad, and storage covered as well as an NZXT Phantom 410 case (which already has 6 Corsair fans). I'm not sure if I could use one of the power supply's or motherboards I already have to save
  6. Hey! I could use some help putting together a gaming computer (mainly AAA games like Call of duty, rainbow six, and battlefield.) that will also occasionally be used to render video files. I have a max budget of $500 USD and would prefer to stay under that if possible. Ideally I would like to run 3 1080p monitors and be able to run the games previously mentioned at 60 FPS. I own the monitors already as well as keyboards,mice and hard drives, so no peripherals are needed. I would like to put this new system in my NZXT Phantom 410 case (which already has 6 fans). In the end I am upgrading purely
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