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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:13 AM - Thread Starter
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New Gaming PC under 1600€

Hello Community thank you in advance for reading and helping me choose the best components,
i would like to know your opinion on my current build:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/kFx2q4

The idea is buying Sept/Oct 2019, feel free to change components around.
Thank you for the support.
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:23 AM
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Didn't tell us what you plan to use the machine for so any recommendations are gonna be difficult. But ditch the Samsung 960 EVO 500GB for either the 1TB HP EX950 NVME drive for $40 less or grab the HP EX950 512GB for $110 less.

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Dont buy a Samsung SSD there are many options just as good and way cheaper such as the PNY XLR8 or the Corsair Force MP510 just to name two drives that uses the Toshiba R12 controller
https://www.overclock.net/forum/355-...2-toshiba.html

The Seagate Barracuda are really not the best drives around so if you can spend the extra for a Barracuda Pro

Next ditch the CLC cooler and buy a good air cooler instead
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...lc-cooler.html

Next few things the 2080 Super is terrible value and the 2070 Super is much better value and the motherboard only has x6 SATA ports so if you need more pick another board
And last the PSU is not all that great so take the money saved from the SSD and the other places and spend it on a Seasonic Focus Plus or a Prime Ultra

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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:42 AM - Thread Starter
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Thank you for the suggestions,
This computer will be gaming machine, big rpg title like cyberpunk or skyrim with tons of mods.
About the water cooler I just picked it because it comes with the motherboard i was just after a mobo with pci-e 4.0 support, about the card i wont use more than 3 ssd/hdd so if you see any other MB with better price/performance ration i don't mind replacing it. And will definitely change the ssd.
The gpu you don't think the difference in performance is to the 2070 super is significant?
Again thank you for the recommendations.
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If gaming is all you do there is no reason to get an NVME drive its only a second faster so unless its really cheap like cheaper than a good old 2,5 inch SSD dont bother


I just bought an NVME SSD myself (to free up a SATA port on the motherboard) and i can report yes its not faster or better in any way other than synthetic benchmarks and heavy workloads

As for the GPU it depends on your monitor resolution i have a 165hz 1440P display and after looking at the 2070/80 Super cards i found that the 2070 Super is more than good enough for most games so thats what i bought

I have tested more than 50 games in 1440P with everything cranked up and only a handful of games ran slower than 60 FPS in 1440P

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GPU selection kind of depends on what games you play and at what resolution and refresh rate. For 1080p at any refresh rate the 2080 Super is probably not worth the extra money. At 1440p for 60Hz I'd say the 2070 is still probably a better choice but if you're wanting to play at higher refresh rates the 2080 Super starts to make more sense. Looks like at 1440p the 2080 Super averages about 10-15 more FPS than the 2070 Super. In the Witcher 3, the 2080 Super is actually about 20 FPS ahead of the 2070 Super. Cyberpunk will be on REDengine 4, which is an updated version of REDengine 3 which is what Witcher 3 used. I think it's relatively safe to guess that performance difference between 2070 Super and 2080 Super in the Witcher 3 will translate to Cyberpunk.

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I would go for a gen 4 SSD. If you think you need a nvme drive. You might as well get the fastest.

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For me the refresh rate is not very important because I don't play competitive games online, the only think is probably VR I have an oculus rift, and will upgrade in the future for something better. The monitor I will buy is an Acer Predator Z35P VA 35"
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https://techgage.com/article/nvidias...440p-ultrawide

Looks like the 2070 Super will do 60+ FPS at 3440x1440 in most newer games.

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1440P 21:9 is a little bit bigger than 1440P 16:9 but the slowest game out of all of those i tested where Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands which ran at 57 FPS but again that was with max AA
Besides Wildland Assassins Creed Origins and Odyssey are also going to be pretty demanding but dont know if you play any of those

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