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Some explanation of choices with your build is cool, but not necessary. Here is the build link https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ dont forget to copy the link form the top of the pcpartpicker part list
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That was EPIC! I just creamed all over my panties!!!

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I'm actually going to be going in the Build Guides and getting one of the Entry Level or Modest setups at income tax. So, @=(V)=RocketJedi , @=(V)=MangaGate or Chilz, get ready for a PM, lmao.
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Just built this PC with Killah 2 weeks ago/

Here is the PC partpicker specs

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That was EPIC! I just creamed all over my panties!!!

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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CVHtCL
$2k R9 3900x build (2.5 with 1440p 165hz monitor)
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I shit you not, like 10 years back, I think I remember telling you this RJ, on the alienware site they had something similar to pcpartpicker, you could build your PC with their parts, I had a PC built for over $25K... lmao.
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=(V)=CandyMan wrote:
Mon Dec 30, 2019 3:13 am
I shit you not, like 10 years back, I think I remember telling you this RJ, on the alienware site they had something similar to pcpartpicker, you could build your PC with their parts, I had a PC built for over $25K... lmao.
Yup I remember. The difference here is PC partpicker will give you the best prices from multiple locations.
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Nyx wrote:
Mon Dec 30, 2019 1:03 am
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CVHtCL
$2k R9 3900x build (2.5 with 1440p 165hz monitor)
Impressive, Really not a bad price for what you get!. Did you see the notes? I'm still fine with a 1080P system personally. Every time I build a theoretical system I don't see much performance gain over my 4790K so I may upgrade when the new 10th gen intels come out that should tank the AMD prices even more and competitions will be tight going forward so super excited!
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Note:The Asus PRIME X570-P ATX AM4 Motherboard has an additional 4-pin ATX power connector but the Corsair RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply does not. This connector is used to supply additional 12V current to the motherboard. While the system will likely still run without it, higher current demands such as extreme overclocking or large video card current draws may require it.
Note:Some physical dimension restrictions cannot (yet) be automatically checked, such as cpu cooler / RAM clearance with modules using tall heat spreaders.
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Yeah but that extra power connector is only used for hard overclocking. If anything a beefier power supply can fix that issue.
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I do not know if this will be the PC in the list when my income tax comes in but this will be area I'll be looking at and probably the realistically the build I'll be buying:

https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/rgj48d/m ... ming-build

Looking at the comments, the tower is shit for airflow but like I said, I don't know if this build will be there when my tax goes in, might be a different build but if this is the same build when my money does go in, then you guys got an idea now of what my new system looks like. But, now I got to figure out what tower to get, cause of that shitty airflow.

Regardless of anything, I'm going to need some PC expertise from someone, lol. But for now, I'm going to sleep. Night night.
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=(V)=CandyMan wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:51 am
I do not know if this will be the PC in the list when my income tax comes in but this will be area I'll be looking at and probably the realistically the build I'll be buying:

https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/rgj48d/m ... ming-build

Looking at the comments, the tower is shit for airflow but like I said, I don't know if this build will be there when my tax goes in, might be a different build but if this is the same build when my money does go in, then you guys got an idea now of what my new system looks like. But, now I got to figure out what tower to get, cause of that shitty airflow.

Regardless of anything, I'm going to need some PC expertise from someone, lol. But for now, I'm going to sleep. Night night.
wth you need a 2 TB drive for? You can recycle any of your old PC equipment? Let me build you something better. The prices wold have been better during the holidays. Honestly you should come with me to micro center and we can build one much cheaper and less tax. Lastly I would wait for Intel to release their new chips soon prices should drop even further.
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=(V)=RocketJedi wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 8:22 am
=(V)=CandyMan wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:51 am
I do not know if this will be the PC in the list when my income tax comes in but this will be area I'll be looking at and probably the realistically the build I'll be buying:

https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/rgj48d/m ... ming-build

Looking at the comments, the tower is shit for airflow but like I said, I don't know if this build will be there when my tax goes in, might be a different build but if this is the same build when my money does go in, then you guys got an idea now of what my new system looks like. But, now I got to figure out what tower to get, cause of that shitty airflow.

Regardless of anything, I'm going to need some PC expertise from someone, lol. But for now, I'm going to sleep. Night night.
wth you need a 2 TB drive for? You can recycle any of your old PC equipment? Let me build you something better. The prices wold have been better during the holidays. Honestly you should come with me to micro center and we can build one much cheaper and less tax. Lastly I would wait for Intel to release their new chips soon prices should drop even further.
I could easily do that, as a matter of fact, I thought of doing that. I have a 1TB HD I can carry over, the one I'm on now. Plus, Mr. Nooberoni mentioned to stray away from intel, his explanation, they're shit, lol. But, on another note, I did hear that Ryzen is bad ass, so that's why I was looking at that.

Nothing was set in stone yet, so I will probably hit you up anyways, and I'll let you know what my budget is. I do know this, I don't need a keyboard, mouse, or screen (I can send you the specs of this, still using the one you suggested to me years ago, lol). All I need is the tower and the parts that go in it, to make me run newer games today, hopefully on high or greater, that's it.
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=(V)=CandyMan wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:05 pm
=(V)=RocketJedi wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 8:22 am
=(V)=CandyMan wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:51 am
I do not know if this will be the PC in the list when my income tax comes in but this will be area I'll be looking at and probably the realistically the build I'll be buying:

https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/rgj48d/m ... ming-build

Looking at the comments, the tower is shit for airflow but like I said, I don't know if this build will be there when my tax goes in, might be a different build but if this is the same build when my money does go in, then you guys got an idea now of what my new system looks like. But, now I got to figure out what tower to get, cause of that shitty airflow.

Regardless of anything, I'm going to need some PC expertise from someone, lol. But for now, I'm going to sleep. Night night.
wth you need a 2 TB drive for? You can recycle any of your old PC equipment? Let me build you something better. The prices wold have been better during the holidays. Honestly you should come with me to micro center and we can build one much cheaper and less tax. Lastly I would wait for Intel to release their new chips soon prices should drop even further.
I could easily do that, as a matter of fact, I thought of doing that. I have a 1TB HD I can carry over, the one I'm on now. Plus, Mr. Nooberoni mentioned to stray away from intel, his explanation, they're shit, lol. But, on another note, I did hear that Ryzen is bad ass, so that's why I was looking at that.

Nothing was set in stone yet, so I will probably hit you up anyways, and I'll let you know what my budget is. I do know this, I don't need a keyboard, mouse, or screen (I can send you the specs of this, still using the one you suggested to me years ago, lol). All I need is the tower and the parts that go in it, to make me run newer games today, hopefully on high or greater, that's it.
Intel is not shit. Intel is THE shit. they still have the best high end gaming processor on the market. The problem is you can get better bang for your buck with AMD at this time, and Intel is just overly expensive. I wouldn't recommend an Intel system at this time because AMD is slaying it, and their prices are great. I wouldn't go below an Ryzen 7 2700X though otherwise its not worth it. You also have to keep in mind the most cores an games uses is 4 cores. My 4 core 4 core thread i7 4790k easily keeps up with any modern CPU in single core performance. As I said before I would wait a little bit and prices should be slashed once Intel releases their new chips.
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9900K is still the fastest cpu for gaming at this date.
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Nyx wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 8:21 am
9900K is still the fastest cpu for gaming at this date.
yup that's the one!
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