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Maniac.FN

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  1. I'm actually looking to play Fortnite at 1080p, competitive settings with an RTX 2080(the CPU will always be the bottleneck in this situation). I think going with at least 8 cores will be best for performance. I'll just get a 9700k, and OC it as much as I can with the Asus ROG Strix Z390e.
  2. I am looking for a good motherboard to overclock the 10700k. I have considered the Asus ROG Strix z490e, and the MSI MEG Z490 Unify. I want to know if there are better, or similarly performing cheaper options for under $300, United States.
  3. Should I post a new topic for a good motherboard, or do you happen to know a good overclocking one under 300?
  4. Ok, and the 10600k is about 300. Is is worth getting the 10700k for an extra $100, and the extra performance, or nah?
  5. Sorry about not quoting. I don't use the forum much. What would a good motherboard be for 10th gen Intel? Also, what is the price difference between 10700k, and 10600k? I could disable hyperthreading for 10700k for higher clocks, but the 10600k would have much lower clocks.
  6. For 10600k, and future chips. Nothing over 300, and preferably with WiFi.
  7. Better 11th gen I mean. What motherboard would you suggest for heavy overclocking?
  8. Better upgrade path as in next gen you mean? I guess if I got a cheaper one now, I could upgrade to a better one later.
  9. New socket, more power consumed, better thermals, and same architecture as 5 years ago.
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