I finally Build my Gamer PC what do you think?

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#1 Pelon208
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After a few years of planning and being a console gamer I finally decide to build my own PC with the following:

- Intel Core i9 9900K 3.6GHZ
- NVIDIA ASUS GTX 2080 SUPER
- ROGSTRIX Z390-E Motherboard
- 32GB of RAM 2666mhz DDR4
- 2tb solid state

You think its future proof? I have just played Gears 5 max out and Modern Warfare and holy s*** the 4K native and high FPS

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#2 BassMan
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@Pelon208: It's a beast rig, but the 32GB of ram is overkill and not being used for gaming at this point in time. 16GB is all you need right now. We will see if that changes when the next-gen consoles come out.

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#3 Pelon208
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@BassMan: Yeah I bought it was too much! but as you mention who knows what we might need for next gen. I want it to be "future proof"

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#4 com2006
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It is a very nice build, should be able to max games for the next couple of years...

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#5 mastershake575
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@Pelon208 said:

You think its future proof?

Well considering you posted like two thousands dollars worth of parts, yeah I would sure hope so.

It will last as long as you want it too. The next gen consoles won't exactly be highend (probably on par with a lower-end 6 core desktop processor and GPU will probably be around third party 2060 level performance) so there shouldn't be any issues on your end

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#6 Pelon208
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@com2006 said:

It is a very nice build, should be able to max games for the next couple of years...

Thats Awesome! thanks! I sure hope so cuz I had to break my piggy bank for this

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#7 Pelon208
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@mastershake575 said:
@Pelon208 said:

You think its future proof?

Well considering you posted like two thousands dollars worth of parts, yeah I would sure hope so.

It will last as long as you want it too. The next gen consoles won't exactly be highend (probably on par with a lower-end 6 core desktop processor and GPU will probably be around third party 2060 level performance) so there shouldn't be any issues on your end

that's what I wanted! to max out games for at least 2 years

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#8 Litchie
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I'd say that's a 10/10. Wish it was mine.

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#9  Edited By Yams1980
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Perfect build there. 32gb of ram is smart also. I see my PC use over 20+ gb all the time when i run games because i rarely shut down chrome which eats up ram pretty heavily. Except im only using DDR3 still, i'm really outdated.

Also really useful for video compression when you are running multiple editors at once. Pretty easy to max out the ram well over 30gb with adobe premiere is running along side some other editors like virtualdub and Edius.

I don't do much editing at the moment but I used to do a lot of uncompressed hd video editing and would max out my ram so often i had to increase my pagefile size to prevent crashes.

You may even need 64gb of ram at some point since you have so many threads you could compress videos and game at the same time on that cpu.

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#10  Edited By MonsieurX
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There is no way to future proof