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  1. I’ve been using Astro A10s for my Xbox, but I’m looking for something that’s just a little more expensive to be able to hear shots better, I don’t require RGB all I want is a headset that can work with Xbox and maybe comes with a microphone (Although that’s not a requirement) and wired/wireless IDC too.
  2. I’ve settled most or all of my PC components but I haven’t found a case that I’m really happy with, so I go to the internet, what’s your favorite case and why? Maybe if I like it I’ll go with that case.
  3. He does state that a driver update fixed most issues, so I’m going to assume that they are fixed because that video was made back in March 14, 2020.
  4. Can you please send me the video that talks about the driver issues so I can know what you are talking about? Also, If $1200 is too little for a GPU, you can go with this list: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/vpdJK3 This list is very similar to the last list but also with a Corsair 4000D Airflow and Ryzen 9 3900X which makes a $1500 budget for the GPU.
  5. I think the Ryzen 7 3700X does have pcie gen 4 support because amd.com says that it has PCI Express® Version PCIe 4.0 x16 Also, I do plan on doing some streaming, so for games like Squad I should probably get the 8-core right? Or am I wrong? I understand the graphics card situation.
  6. I apologize, I worked with USD in my head, I’ve edited the comment. However, I did work on your PCPartPicker list, and I came up with this: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/kzLdLP I’d say it stays pretty true to the original list, while only being ~$100 over budget, or ~$40 if you ditch the hard drive I included. Ryzen 9 5900X with 12 cores to have leg room while gaming and streaming and/or video editing. AIO Cooler very similar but only difference seems to be less RGB. This ASUS motherboard is cheaper then your listed but a LOT of people sti
  7. With all due respect, the Corsair MP600 does has DRAM and PCIe Gen 4 for DirectStorage, and is rated higher on the SSD Tier List, I understand it has less storage, but I am willing to lose 500GB for Gen 4.
  8. I would seriously recommend trying to manage your budget to get a 3090 instead of a 3070TI, since it will be more performance per dollar then the 3070TI which is almost double msrp. —————PLEASE DISREGARD, I WAS WORKING WITH USD CURRENCY. —————
  9. I am aware of this, however, I’m not sure if PCPartPicker is wrong here, because on the official tech specs of the motherboard it says… Front USB Port ( Total 6 ) 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 port(s) (1 x Type-A +1 x USB Type-C®) You can see this at ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F’s Tech Specs. Do you know if this should satisfy the two Type-A and one Type-C ports on the case itself?
  10. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Pnt9gt All currency shown is in USD. Ryzen 7 3700X - Base Price 280.00, Promo for 264.99 Corsair iCUE H100i 240mm AIO Cooler - Base 120.00, Promo 110.00 ASUS ROG B550-F Gaming (WiFi) - Price 190.00 Crucial Ballistix 2 x 8GB @ 3600MHZ - Price 94.00 Seagate Barracuda - Price $53 Corsair MP600 Force 500GB - Price 100.00 EVGA RTX 3070 Ti/Tie XC3 - Price 600.00 Phanteks Eclipse P500A - Price 115.00 EVGA B5 850W 80+ Bronze - Base 100.00, Promo 80.00 Total is 1606.92 including discounts from Promo.