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Offline RunBGP  
#1 Posted : Monday, 11 February 2019 6:23:09 PM(UTC)
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1. Budget / Price Range

Looking to spend in and around $2500.

2. What will it be used for (be specific)

Gaming and also photo editing

3. What components you do/don't require

I have a 144hz monitor, mouse and keyboard so don't need those.

4. Specifics

A case which has dust filters of sorts and a side panel window.
2Tb storage for my media.
I don't overclock so that is not essential.
16Gb ram should be sufficient


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#2 Posted : Tuesday, 12 February 2019 11:22:00 AM(UTC)
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Morning RunBGP,


I have quoted up a very capable gaming and editing PC for you going slightly overkill on the CPU so it will last you some time.

If you do decide to move to a higher resolution such as 1440p Ultra Wide or 4k then you can can always upgrade the GPU as your CPU won't hold you back.

Please have a look over the below quote and let me know your thoughts.


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ROG CROSSHAIR HERO
2700x@ 4.2Ghz
16GB AorusRGB@ 3200Mhz
860 Evo 500GB, 4TB HHD & 6TB HDD
GTX 1080ti Strix
S340 Elite Hyperbeast
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, 12 February 2019 3:47:57 PM(UTC)
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Morning RunBGP,


I have quoted up a very capable gaming and editing PC for you going slightly overkill on the CPU so it will last you some time.

If you do decide to move to a higher resolution such as 1440p Ultra Wide or 4k then you can can always upgrade the GPU as your CPU won't hold you back.

Please have a look over the below quote and let me know your thoughts.


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Hi Thomas,

Thanks very much for doing this for me.

I have a copy of windows that I can use - with that in mind, is there any particular component you would change with that freed up budget? For the HDD, could you substitute a Western Digital one in instead?

Thanks again for your help :)
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, 13 February 2019 10:23:18 AM(UTC)
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Morning RunBGP,


Removing windows allows you to add a large aftermarket cooler onto your order while slightly lowering the price as well.


I have added on the Noctua D15, please have a look at the below link and let me know what you think.

I personally have this cooler on my 2700x and it keeps it at under 70c at full load and dead silent.


https://www.computerloun...entview.asp?partid=21628


The WD Blue 2TB is a 5400RPM so is a step down from the Seagate in terms of speed, would you stil like me to change this for you?
ROG CROSSHAIR HERO
2700x@ 4.2Ghz
16GB AorusRGB@ 3200Mhz
860 Evo 500GB, 4TB HHD & 6TB HDD
GTX 1080ti Strix
S340 Elite Hyperbeast
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