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Sebastian velez
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i  want to get some advice in this build im doing, I have a 3500$ budget what would you change or add? im trying to go with a white theme

 

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- What do you need 3600mhz memory for?

- And two 144hz monitors? Why not get an ultrawide or something, you cant game on two monitors at once. (not well at least.)

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What are the 2 SSDs for?

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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11 minutes ago, Slottr said:

- What do you need 3600mhz memory for?

- And two 144hz monitors? Why not get an ultrawide or something, you cant game on two monitors at once. (not well at least.)

what memory should I use instead?

and which Ultrawide monitor is good for gaming?

 

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2 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

What are the 2 SSDs for?

i was thinking in installing the os in the 250 gb one and the games and everything else in the other one, what should I get instead?

 

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1 minute ago, Sebastian velez said:

what memory should I use instead?

and which Ultrawide monitor is good for gaming?

 

3000 will do fine, just look for something in that range and save a few dollars.

I use an MX34VQ: VA, 100hz, curved. I like it a lot.

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23 minutes ago, Sebastian velez said:

i  want to get some advice in this build im doing, I have a 3500$ budget what would you change or add? im trying to go with a white theme

 

You'll be lucky if you can run minesweeper...

But in all seriousness Its more than good enough But ditch the 1080 ti and go for the rtx 2080 ti cause its clear you can afford it...

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1. why not 9900k instead?

2. dual ssd is a waste, i would just use the 1tb ssd and a huge hdd combo.

3. 600 watt psu should be ok

4. ultra wide would be better than having 2 monitors side by side.

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11 minutes ago, HystericalII said:

You'll be lucky if you can run minesweeper...

But in all seriousness Its more than good enough But ditch the 1080 ti and go for the rtx 2080 ti cause its clear you can afford it...

between the 2080ti and the 2080 its there much difference? cause the price its like 400$ more 

 

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2 minutes ago, Sebastian velez said:

between the 2080ti and the 2080 its there much difference? cause the price its like 400$ more 

 

About 25-30% performance averaged, depending on title (At least at 1080p). 

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Just now, Sebastian velez said:

between the 2080ti and the 2080 its there much difference? cause the price its like 400$ more 

 

No not really Now that i look at it just stick with the gpu you picked out now 

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Just now, Thinkfreely said:

About 25-30% performance averaged, depending on title (At least at 1080p). 

^^^^^ 

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12 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

1. why not 9900k instead?

2. dual ssd is a waste, i would just use the 1tb ssd and a huge hdd combo.

3. 600 watt psu should be ok

4. ultra wide would be better than having 2 monitors side by side.

^^^^^^^

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5 minutes ago, HystericalII said:

No not really Now that i look at it just stick with the gpu you picked out now 

I might just add the 2080, the price difference is not to much with the 1080ti

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17 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

1. why not 9900k instead?

2. dual ssd is a waste, i would just use the 1tb ssd and a huge hdd combo.

3. 600 watt psu should be ok

4. ultra wide would be better than having 2 monitors side by side.

I might put the 9700k, the 9900k its like 2x money

ok, ill leave the 1tb ssd and add more hdd, I thought that ssd was like better but now I see having 2 of them its a waste

I put that psu to still go with the white theme + it already comes with white cables

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If you're not getting 9900k, From budget perspective is better to get 8700k than 9700k.

The performance is roughly the same for the cheaper price.

Yes 9700k have 8 cores and faster IPC, but 8700k level it up with 12 total threads.

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