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  1. I am planning on getting a lot of used and discounted hardware I looked on eBay and criags list in my area and I found a lot of $200-250 gtx 1070's so I am probably going to go with that or look for a even cheaper 590 somewhere on the internet. But would you be able to recommend any monitors for me?
  2. Hello I currently just finalized my build for my first pc I was going for around $1000 and settled at a price range that I am comfortable spending. So with my current build what monitor would you guys recommend I want to spend around $300 on the monitor the highest I could go is $350. I would also like to get a 1440p monitor or better, my main use case is NOT gaming I am going to be doing a little bit of everything on it like editing videos and photos, special effects, computer programming, game development (unity), 3D modeling (blender, CAD), and gaming. If I do game I will probably bump the
  3. I dont have it in my budget to give the extra 100-150$ for the better graphics card to run games at 1440p I am not primarily going to be gaming and I am not looking game at 1440p I will stick with 1080p for gaming. I want the extra resolution for stuff like movies, photo and video editing, etc. I would appreciate it if you could make any recommendations for 1440 p monitors with good color accuracy and contrast and around the 60-75 hertz range and preferably freesync. or do you agree with that the guy above said For a 1440p monitor just get a 60Hz IPS panel, I recommend the followi
  4. I am not going to lower the resolution for everything I do I am going to lower it for gaming and I dont game that much so it will not be that big of a problem I wanted the extra resolution for everything else that I do like productivity stuff but I realized that that is not in my budget I am going to go for a 1440p monitor. I also decided on a radeon rx 590 for a graphics card. Would you be able to make any recommendations for monitors?
  5. Great to know, would you recommend the msi tomahawk b540 + a wifi card or the msi pro carbon ac b450 over it or should I stick with that one I am thinking of doing the pro carbon
  6. I just checked and I cant seem to find a reliable buyer anywhere and it seems to be around $190 which is a little more expensive for my liking. Do you know of any reliable good motherboards that are around $100 that dosent have wifi I think I am going to buy a wifi card instead of getting it integrated
  7. ok thank you could you recommend any mother boards for my setup I just updates the post and put my parts list in the original post
  8. it says that the carbon isnt compatable because "1 additional EPS power connector is needed" is this a deal breaker for me ? https://pcpartpicker.com/list/
  9. OK thank you What is the k4 and can i get any old wifi card or are there big differences in quality
  10. I am going for around $1000 it is ok if it is a little over or under. I am going to be doing a little bit of everything on it like editing videos and photos, special effects, computer programming, game development (unity), 3D modeling (blender, CAD), and gaming. Gaming isn't my highest concern and I am thinking of getting a 4k monitor probably just 60-75 hertz and setting the resolution lower when I do game I cannot go over $1500 with the price of the monitor included. Is there a huge difference from the lower 60 ish hz to the higher 144 hertz that is noticeable to the casual gamer. Sorry I am
  11. I am thinking on going with a 4k monitor with a ips display and just gaming at a lower resolution do you agree?
  12. I am making a around $1000 build, I am going to be doing a little bit of everything on it like editing videos and photos, special effects, computer programming, game development (unity), 3D modeling (blender, CAD), and gaming but I have heard bad things about most of the cheaper wifi motherboards should I go for a regular motherboard and get a wifi+bluetooth card or should I stick with the one I have or is there another one. Another motherboard I was looking at was asrock x470 master sli/ac PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item
  13. I have also looked at the ASRock - X470 Master SLI/AC ATX AM4 Motherboard and it seemd to have alot of bad reviews about it saying its not cost effective so I am not sure if I am going to go with it mainly this video and there are one or two more like it are you aware of this?
  14. oh i guess not so good to know I will switch back to the crucial one
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