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Just now, CatCam1 said:

Is this a good Computer?

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/HkxfNN

Yes.

New Build (The Compromise): CPU - i7 9700K @ 5.1Ghz Mobo - ASRock Z390 Taichi | RAM - 16GB G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 3200CL14 @ 3466 14-14-14-30 1T | GPU - ASUS Strix GTX 1080 TI | Cooler - Corsair h100i Pro | SSDs - 500 GB 960 EVO + 500 GB 850 EVO + 1TB MX300 | Case - Coolermaster H500 | PSUEVGA 850 P2 | Monitor - LG 32GK850G-B 144hz 1440p | OSWindows 10 Pro. 

Peripherals - Corsair K70 Lux RGB | Corsair Scimitar RGB | Audio-technica ATH M50X + Antlion Modmic 5 |

CPU/GPU history: Athlon 6000+/HD4850 > i7 2600k/GTX 580, R9 390, R9 Fury > i7 7700K/R9 Fury, 1080TI > Ryzen 1700/1080TI > i7 9700K/1080TI.

Other tech: Surface Pro 4 (i5/128GB), Lenovo Ideapad Y510P w/ Kali, OnePlus 6T (8G/128G), PS4 Slim.

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1 minute ago, SecretX said:

The only think I could say I maybe consider change is the motherboard (change the strix x370 to the x370 prime, almost same features, same audio quality, maybe less RGB?), save $50 and invest these bucks on a GTX 1080.

I was thinking about doing that before the 1070 ti came out, but the 1070 ti is so similar to the 1080 so i dont really see a great performance leap (i could do a little overclock on the 1070 ti and basically get the 1080 without a few cuda cores). And also the morherboard looks nice with the RGB ;D

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Just now, CatCam1 said:

I was thinking about doing that before the 1070 ti came out, but the 1070 ti is so similar to the 1080 so i dont really see a great performance leap (i could do a little overclock on the 1070 ti and basically get the 1080 without a few cuda cores). And also the morherboard looks nice with the RGB ;D

Sure, do what pleases you the most .:) BTW I'm also planning to buy a GTX 1070 ti, if $50 isn't much for you then by all means go and get those fancy RGBs, and may the light be with you! ;)

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PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700K 3.7GHz 6-Core Processor  (€469.99 @ ARLT) 
CPU Cooler: CRYORIG - H7 49.0 CFM CPU Cooler  (€34.90 @ Caseking) 
Motherboard: ASRock - Z370 Killer SLI ATX LGA1151 Motherboard  (€156.43 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory  (€152.56 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive  (€94.00 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Storage: Seagate - Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  (€63.09 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Video Card: Inno3D - GeForce GTX 1080 8GB iChill X3 Video Card  (€539.90 @ Caseking) 
Case: Phanteks - ECLIPSE P400S TEMPERED GLASS ATX Mid Tower Case  (€89.90 @ Caseking) 
Power Supply: SeaSonic - FOCUS Plus Gold 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply  (€92.52 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Total: €1693.29
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-11-02 00:22 CET+0100

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  My specs and shit down below.

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Apollo: i5 4670K @ 4.6Ghz, Corsair H100i, MSI Z87I, EVGA GTX 1070 SC ACX3, Corsair 250D, 840 EVO 120GB, 1TB Seagate Barracuda, SeaSonic 520W PSU. Planned upgrades: 16GB RAM, 480/512GB SSD, new HDD

Sputnik: HP EliteBook 2570p, i5-3360M, 16GB DDR3, 256GB 840 EVO - Running Win10/Sierra dual-boot.  Future upgrades: i7-quad

Comet (home server): Atom D2500, 4GB 1066Mhz RAM, 2 x 320GB HDDs, 350W PSU, HAF-Stacker ITX, dual GbE. Cost me $80. back from the dead (mobo failure) bois

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Main peripherals

- Corsair Strafe RGB MX Reds

- SteelSeries Siberia 650

- SteelSeries QcK+ CS:GO Camo 

- SteelSeries QcK+ Na'Vi Splash (Secondary pad, used for second rig)

- SteelSeries Rival 700

- SteelSeries Rival 300 (Secondary mouse, used for second rig)

 

 

 

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No. I wouldn’t suggest a 500-node computing network each with multiple quadros and 4 high-end AMD epyc CPUS.

 

Just kidding.

 

Yes, it is a very solid system.

 

Since I am to lazy to put something interesting here, I will put everything, but slightly abbreviated. Here is everything:

 

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also, some questions to make you wonder about life:

 

What is I and who is me? Who is you? Which armrest in the movie theatre is yours?

 

also,

 

Welcome to the internet, I will be your guide. Or something.

 

 

My build:

CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 3.0GHz Quad-Core Processor,

 Motherboard: ASRock B250M Pro4 Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard, 

Memory: Corsair 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory,

Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive, 

Video Card: MSI Radeon RX 480 4GB ARMOR OC Video Card, 

Case: Corsair 100R ATX Mid Tower Case , 

Power Supply: Corsair CXM 450W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply, 

Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home Full, 

Wireless Network Adapter: TP-Link TL-WN725N USB 2.0 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi Adapter, Case Fan: Corsair Air Series White 2 pack 52.2 CFM  120mm Fan

 

ou do not ask why, you ask why not -me

 

Remeber kinds, the only differ between screwing around and scince is writing it down. -Adam Savage.

 

Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not even sure of the former. - Albert Einstein.

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Depends on what you'll use it for. For gaming, you should be able to get a 1080 Ti into the budget. 

:)

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