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  1. $1,000 I guess. I don't really have budget because I can get help to pay
  2. I've had the cpu for a couple years
  3. What's a good GPU to pair with a i7 9700k if I run 1440p 144hz at high/ultra? AMD or Nvidia idc Feel free to recommend other upgrades but I plan on getting another ssd and probably a better psu depending on my gpu Full parts list: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Master_Comp7/saved/#view=bQ6GXL If you need more information just ask. Anything helps. Thanks.
  4. So if I got a new 1 tb ssd what would I do with the old stuff? Like- idk does that make sense?
  5. Is it possible I'm overthinking this or is upgrading ~really~ this stressful lol
  6. Does having games on a hard drive vs ssd affect gameplay?
  7. Specs: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Master_Comp7/saved/#view=bQ6GXL 1440p 144 hz High/Ultra settings; second monitor 1080p 60 hz Budget is $1,000 (USD) but flexible I plan on waiting for prices to come down but I want to know what I should get before that happens (bonus points to anyone who knows when prices are coming down) What I want to get is a 3070 ti but idk if just getting 3080 would be better. Also need advice on what provider to choose from (NVIDIA, Gigabyte, EVGA, etc.) -Thanks for the help!
  8. Does anyone know WHEN prices are gonna come back down???
  9. Right now my budget is around $1500. I plan on waiting for GPU prices to go down anyways tho.
  10. Budget (including currency): No budget Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: COD, Far Cry, Control, Subnautica, Minecraft Java and Windows 10, etc. I also play Half-Life: Alyx and maybe in the future some other VR games Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Here are my specs: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Master_Comp7/saved/#view=bQ6GXL (Lemme know if the link doesn't work) My monitor is 144