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GTX 980 Ti for 1440p?

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If anything at all, you might consider upgrading to a 4790K, but even that's more of a nice-to-have than a must. You're good with what you've got, and a 980 Ti is perfect for 1440p.

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The 980 Ti should be fine. What games? I’ve run mine at med/high in battlefront using DSR to do 1440p and it’s fine. Can even do medium 4K with some tweaks and no AA. 

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If anything at all, you might consider upgrading to a 4790K, but even that's more of a nice-to-have than a must. You're good with what you've got, and a 980 Ti is perfect for 1440p.

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4 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

The 980 Ti should be fine. What games? I’ve run mine at med/high in battlefront using DSR to do 1440p and it’s fine. Can even do medium 4K with some tweaks and no AA. 

Pretty much any of the latest games. Like I could run them on high settings with a few tweaks and still have it look really nice?

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2 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

If anything at all, you might consider upgrading to a 4790K, but even that's more of a nice-to-have than a must. You're good with what you've got, and a 980 Ti is perfect for 1440p.

Yea, I was thinking about that but didn't know if it was a must. Thank you! I am planning on water cooling my CPU and GPU, but thats mainly because it'd be nice to get rid of some noise and have a bit cooler temps!

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1 minute ago, LLamaGames said:

Yea, I was thinking about that but didn't know if it was a must. Thank you! I am planning on water cooling my CPU and GPU, but thats mainly because it'd be nice to get rid of some noise and have a bit cooler temps!

If your case has room for it, the Cryorig R1 is $70 right now. It's on par with the NH-D15, maybe a degree or two off and a little noisier than Cryorig's silent fans, but it doesn't look like poop.

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4 minutes ago, LLamaGames said:

Pretty much any of the latest games. Like I could run them on high settings with a few tweaks and still have it look really nice?

Should handle that fine. 

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6 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

If your case has room for it, the Cryorig R1 is $70 right now. It's on par with the NH-D15, maybe a degree or two off and a little noisier than Cryorig's silent fans, but it doesn't look like poop.

That's a bit too big for my case haha

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