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1 hour ago, Shibix said:

This is what i came up with so far. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/B4Jkcb

Nzxt is overpriced garbage, if you want proper ring rgb fans with actually good performance then have a look at arctic p120 bionix argb which has noctua level performance with rgbs

 

Aio wise swap to arctic liquid freezer 240 or 360 as arctic dont seem to be selling any 140mm rgb fans

 

Case is good but abit pricey so have a look at the phanteks p500a

 

 

Also use        https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/ instead cause it uses germany pricing

Budget (including currency): 2000-2500 €

Country: Germany

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Everything from strategy games to fps games. Been using my 980 for i think 7 years now and want the new gpu to last atleast 5-6

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): 

 

No peripherals needed 

Using two 1920x1080 144hz monitors and it would be nice if i could actually make use of them and get the necessary fps in games like rainbow six siege or warzone

This is my current build https://pcpartpicker.com/list/DDmxFg

 

The rgb ram was a gift and atleast one of them seems to be bad so i either need to return them or switch to the ripjaws. Upgraded the motherboard and cpu last year and also wanted to upgrade the gpu , but since everyone kept saying to wait for the price to go down i waited but since that doesnt seem to be working and the 980 is struggling with new games i got sick of waiting. The case is falling apart and doesnt have enough space for a newer gpu anyway and since i will already have to spend so much money because of the gpu i decided to atleast make it look nice and go for black theme( white looks good aswell but heard the dust kind of ruins it) with rgb this time around. Planning on keeping the motherboard, cpu, ram , storage and power supply as long as it wont cause terrible bottlenecks. Can always upgrade those later on aswell.

 

This is what i came up with so far. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/B4Jkcb

I do prefer nivida gpus because of the software but if amd has better options i dont mind going for that aswell. Also been wondering if it made sense to switch to a 3070ti ,3080ti or even 3090 but i dont know which one would give the most bang for my buck.

Just for refrence i have seen 3070ti for 1100€, 3080 for 1400€ and 3080ti for 1800€.

Chose the aio because i liked the look of it but if there are better ones for the price i´d switch it and the fans.

 

If you have any recommendations or insights for the gpu or any other parts that could improve the build i would be happy to hear them. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Shibix said:

This is what i came up with so far. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/B4Jkcb

Nzxt is overpriced garbage, if you want proper ring rgb fans with actually good performance then have a look at arctic p120 bionix argb which has noctua level performance with rgbs

 

Aio wise swap to arctic liquid freezer 240 or 360 as arctic dont seem to be selling any 140mm rgb fans

 

Case is good but abit pricey so have a look at the phanteks p500a

 

 

Also use        https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/ instead cause it uses germany pricing

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Saw the Aio perform very well in a benchmark and while it sad the the pump of the Aio doesnt have any rgb im ok with that if the perfomance is that much better. Everything else looks very good tho. A friend who has the version of the case with closed front panel has thermal issues and had to take if off so i didnt even consider it . But the mesh front panel one doesnt seem to have that issue.

Thank you already for the tips most likely going switch to these parts.

 

Any tips regarding the gpu ? I assume the price difference between 3080 and both the 3080ti and 3090 arent worth it ? 

 

Edit: Got a somewhat good deal on a 3080 ti so guess that solves that aswell

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