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The motherboard has heat spreaders covering the M.2 slots. I wouldn't worry about a SSD thermally throttling unless it's a sustained load, which gaming definitely won't be other than installing.

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The motherboard has heat spreaders covering the M.2 slots. I wouldn't worry about a SSD thermally throttling unless it's a sustained load, which gaming definitely won't be other than installing.
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Yeah mine didn't have a lot of luck with the boards heat sink so I added a blower style one works great
Apex has the dimm cards so m.2's close to the memory so needed one there regardless.

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post #13 of 49 (permalink) Old 05-15-2020, 10:34 AM - Thread Starter
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Thanks for the comments

I dont live in Canada but reselling computer parts here is usually not easy from my experience - and honestly i dont want to mess with it at all

If i stay at 1080p anyway i dont think i would ever need something stronger than a 2080 super right?


I will look into the EVGA 2080 super's !



I dont think i would go with a 9900k - I actually sold a 9700k like two months ago because i knew new gen coming soon.


I think 10700kf/k or even the normal one should be strong enough for me but as i said i dont mind going with the 10900k if its really needed - anyway i still dont know the price in my country and probably will know next week so it might be a factor aswell



for the AIO- I will get a Chromax D15 if its available for the next gen when i buy the pc



Regarding the PSU - i remember reading good review's on that ROG Strix 750W and its pretty cheap and available in my country so i wanted to get that one but i dont mind going with Seasonic because we all know how good they are- the thing is! Seasonic got like 50 different models in my country and I'm really lost when it comes to pick one that's actually worth - So advice on that would be cool , maybe you can mention a few 700-750w Seasonic models that i should go with?




And lastly the SSD- 970 Evo plus 1TB price is decent in my country and same as Seasonic for PSU's we know Samsung SSD's are super reliable so that's why i picked this model, I dont mind checking other companies like WD - if you have a good model to suggest me from another company that would be great - honestly if i can save some money in this build it would be nice - I dont want to go Crazy but i also want that pc to hold atleast 4 years to come.


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Quote: Originally Posted by nirosxs View Post
Thanks for the comments

I dont live in Canada but reselling computer parts here is usually not easy from my experience - and honestly i dont want to mess with it at all

If i stay at 1080p anyway i dont think i would ever need something stronger than a 2080 super right?


I will look into the EVGA 2080 super's !



I dont think i would go with a 9900k - I actually sold a 9700k like two months ago because i knew new gen coming soon.


I think 10700kf/k or even the normal one should be strong enough for me but as i said i dont mind going with the 10900k if its really needed - anyway i still dont know the price in my country and probably will know next week so it might be a factor aswell



for the AIO- I will get a Chromax D15 if its available for the next gen when i buy the pc



Regarding the PSU - i remember reading good review's on that ROG Strix 750W and its pretty cheap and available in my country so i wanted to get that one but i dont mind going with Seasonic because we all know how good they are- the thing is! Seasonic got like 50 different models in my country and I'm really lost when it comes to pick one that's actually worth - So advice on that would be cool , maybe you can mention a few 700-750w Seasonic models that i should go with?




And lastly the SSD- 970 Evo plus 1TB price is decent in my country and same as Seasonic for PSU's we know Samsung SSD's are super reliable so that's why i picked this model, I dont mind checking other companies like WD - if you have a good model to suggest me from another company that would be great - honestly if i can save some money in this build it would be nice - I dont want to go Crazy but i also want that pc to hold atleast 4 years to come.


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Aha if you are not getting from the US then a normal D15 > dark rock pro 4 > D15 chromax > An AIO? , I guess pricing will go like this as the regular D15 will be the cheapest compared to the other options and I won't recommend anything else too cool the 10700k @ high frequency.

The power supply the strix is good if its reasonably priced in your country then go for it other Seasonic models will be the Prime Ultra or focus gold.

SSDs, check the sx8200 pro, MP510, WD black. these for the main SSD and you check the WD blue m.2 or Crucial MX for game and general storage.

For 1080p high fps CPU is king the 2080 super is more than enough.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Awsan View Post
Aha if you are not getting from the US then a normal D15 > dark rock pro 4 > D15 chromax > An AIO? , I guess pricing will go like this as the regular D15 will be the cheapest compared to the other options and I won't recommend anything else too cool the 10700k @ high frequency.

The power supply the strix is good if its reasonably priced in your country then go for it other Seasonic models will be the Prime Ultra or focus gold.

SSDs, check the sx8200 pro, MP510, WD black. these for the main SSD and you check the WD blue m.2 or Crucial MX for game and general storage.

For 1080p high fps CPU is king the 2080 super is more than enough.

Yeah the Strix is kinda cheap so I'm going with that

Sadly I'm starting to see that many stores dont have 2080 Supers available atleast the models that i want
Regarding the cooler i can get in my country BeQuiet/Noctua and they kinda cheap

I'm starting to put a list with each store that sells the parts for the cheapest price - As i see it now I'm going to visit few stores to get the best prices for different parts



Honestly, I cant wait already - the only thing that I'm actually worried about is the Which ASUS mobo to get and how expansive it's going to be..

I already see some Z490 Aorus mobos that cost double the 9900K - like ***??



For the SSD's I will check those and compare prices - if its a big difference i will consider getting one instead of the Samsung
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Hi,
Yeah I would avoid anything branded Strix or adata.

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Hi,
Yeah I would avoid anything branded Strix or adata.
Hey,
Thanks for the suggestion

Sadly I triple checked the I cant find any of the Seasonic mentioned above available in my country.
I will look at NewEgg aswell just to make sure..


I do see plenty of Corsair Models available in my country so if you know any good model from Corsair I'd love to know


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Hi,
Never liked corsair wiring but AX or HX series are good and their "i" additions
Lower series RMx okay

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Which country? It might help if we can look up what's available to you.

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