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  1. If anyone comes across this and is wondering the same thing, I came across it on youtube.
  2. So in my build, I have a Corsair 4000d case, which has a 360mm max GPU length. I have a fan and a radiator on the inside of this (fan 25 mm + radiator 27mm = 52mm) If I factor in the space I am using, 360mm - 52mm leaves me with 308mm of usable GPU space. Attached will be my Pcpartpicker build. I am wondering what would be the best GPU for my set up given these size constraints. I don't have a good idea of how much this gap will affect my build so I am looking for answers here. My build: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price
  3. I wasn’t quite sure what category this question would go under, but I am looking for a specific product and I don’t know exactly what it is called and I have looked everywhere. I’m hoping someone here is able to find it because I am at a loss. Essentially I have seen a little display that plugs directly into a pcie lane, usually the one under the gpu with the intended purpose of displaying resource values of sorts. To my understanding you can set the monitor up to show a constant up to date cpu and gpu temperature which would make temperature checking very easy and not require muc
  4. Budget (including currency): n/a (no strict budget, just trying to be "semi" reasonable) Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: I probably will be playing Cold War and Warzone most. I also do work on photoshop or play around with video editing software when bored. I have a 1080p 60hz monitor I bought in 2014, but I need to upgrade that soon. Probably will build new pc first and then choose a monitor based on that build. Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to