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£2000 Gaming pc

I have £2000 (can be increased if needs be) that I want to run at 1440p at 130fps not including any peripherals in price but am looking for a headset and 1440p monitor 

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not really sure what you are asking. no peripherals? or those 2 peripherals?

Also, i think you should try and get a list together on your own, and then ask for tips.
Also with a 2k pound budget, there isnt a lot you cant buy.
Also try and say what you are goin to use the system for.

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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38 minutes ago, BelgianNoise said:

not really sure what you are asking. no peripherals? or those 2 peripherals?

Also, i think you should try and get a list together on your own, and then ask for tips.
Also with a 2k pound budget, there isnt a lot you cant buy.
Also try and say what you are goin to use the system for.

I’m looking for peripherals separately. I was thinking core i7 8700k and 1080ti/2080 and 16gb ram not sure for powere supply or cooling 

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1 hour ago, BelgianNoise said:

not really sure what you are asking. no peripherals? or those 2 peripherals?

Also, i think you should try and get a list together on your own, and then ask for tips.
Also with a 2k pound budget, there isnt a lot you cant buy.
Also try and say what you are goin to use the system for.

Could you take a look at this and rate it please 

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a Z370 mobo should be good enough. Also a Corsair RMX series is what i would choose.
I think the dark rock pro 4 is already a thing for cpu cooling. with this budget you may even slap an AIO in it.
I myself like the Corsair h115i on my 8700K

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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23 minutes ago, BelgianNoise said:

a Z370 mobo should be good enough. Also a Corsair RMX series is what i would choose.
I think the dark rock pro 4 is already a thing for cpu cooling. with this budget you may even slap an AIO in it.
I myself like the Corsair h115i on my 8700K

I haven’t really thought about water cooling but what speed do you think this could hit on say pubg on max at 1440p

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3 hours ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

I haven’t really thought about water cooling but what speed do you think this could hit on say pubg on max at 1440p

yeah it'll probably be able to do it. Get a water cooler or a beefy air cooler though.

 

4 hours ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

Hello 

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4 hours ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

Hello 

respond immediately. 

8086k

aorus pro z390

noctua nh-d15s chromax w black cover

evga 3070 ultra

samsung 128gb, adata swordfish 1tb, wd blue 1tb

seasonic 620w dogballs psu

 

 

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4 hours ago, mxk. said:

yeah it'll probably be able to do it. Get a water cooler or a beefy air cooler though.

 

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Yeah sorry about that 

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6 hours ago, Taf the Ghost said:

So don't. Large Air Coolers are fine.

Ok thanks

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2 minutes ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

What speeds at 1440p do you think this system would hit 

On a aaa game like bo4/pubg

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4 hours ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

On a aaa game like bo4/pubg

what are be calling speeds? FPS ?

the RTX 2080 will do more then your monitor can handle, probably. 
Ur question is like :" Can this 500k Lambo go 30 in a schoolzone"
for clarification, the lambo being the GPU and the schoolzone the game.

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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39 minutes ago, BelgianNoise said:

what are be calling speeds? FPS ?

the RTX 2080 will do more then your monitor can handle, probably. 
Ur question is like :" Can this 500k Lambo go 30 in a schoolzone"
for clarification, the lambo being the GPU and the schoolzone the game.

Thanks but does this list have everything I need to build the tower (I know I need thermal paste ) would you recommend trying to make it water cooled or just adding some more air coolers. Also would you recommend adding any more ram. And is that the best cpu to chose. TLDR: DO YOU THINK I NEED TO MAKE ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO THIS PART LIST 

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1 minute ago, WarriorWolf56 said:

Thanks but does this list have everything I need to build the tower (I know I need thermal paste ) would you recommend trying to make it water cooled or just adding some more air coolers. Also would you recommend adding any more ram. And is that the best cpu to chose. TLDR: DO YOU THINK I NEED TO MAKE ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO THIS PART LIST 

i have already answered that question above.

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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10 hours ago, BelgianNoise said:

i have already answered that question above.

So I should just add a beefy air cooler or add water cooling 

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What wattage of rmx  power supply should I get and where should I start with the water cooling 

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I think that 750 watt PSU be ok although if you are thinking of overclocking then maybe go for a 850watt.Also about your speed question,look up some i7 8700k +2080 benchmarks to get yourself a good idea of the performance.Unless you are gonna do mostly competitive gaming then go for a 144Hz or 244Hz 1080p monitor and if you wanna go in between you probably are better off with a 1440p at 144Hz.And for 4k,you can push this system to 4k and get decent frame rates but I wouldn't recommend that unless you are gonna play mostly single player games.Basically this is big overkill for 1080p and even at 1440p you should be able to MAX out every new AAA and get easily above 60fps.

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4 hours ago, Mib378 said:

I think that 750 watt PSU be ok although if you are thinking of overclocking then maybe go for a 850watt.Also about your speed question,look up some i7 8700k +2080 benchmarks to get yourself a good idea of the performance.Unless you are gonna do mostly competitive gaming then go for a 144Hz or 244Hz 1080p monitor and if you wanna go in between you probably are better off with a 1440p at 144Hz.And for 4k,you can push this system to 4k and get decent frame rates but I wouldn't recommend that unless you are gonna play mostly single player games.Basically this is big overkill for 1080p and even at 1440p you should be able to MAX out every new AAA and get easily above 60fps.

Thank you for your help I’ll adjust my list 

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