Build Advice Build Gaming & OC [2500-3000€] [QHD] + Monitor

thomas2911

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Hi everyone,
I'm planning to change completely my pc in the next month.
I mainly play FPS games and I have a budget approximatively of 2500-3000€.
I will also perform a moderated OC and I think I will keep it as longer as I can.

I selected to build and eventually some substitute for each component
I hope you could share your opinion about them and give me some advices.

Best build: https://it.pcpartpicker.com/list/CYfRmq
Low budget build: https://it.pcpartpicker.com/list/KfVZbX
Alternative components: https://it.pcpartpicker.com/list/LVfRmq

I chose asus for gpu and motherboard only beacuse I'm used to them and for the quality of their products. I eventually considered MSI as an alternative if I can find them for a much lower price.
Eventually, later, I would add other 16GB of RAM and the keyboard (if I get too tight on the budget).
I also considered a custom loop watercooling system but I was too out of budget and it seemed too hard to set up with my experience.

Thanks in advance for the help :thanks:
 

Impu7se

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Hey, I checked your builds And they all seem quite solid, but On the high-end build I would rather take this 4tb hard drive or do you especially need 6 tb hard drive? Also if you do wan to get the rtx 2080 ti instead of 8gb version. Here: (also chose the better cpu) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fHxjr6
Also on the mid range on You cant take two different model ram sticks in to a one pc so if you’re willing to put 32 Gb of ram chose exactly the same stick models.
 

Impu7se

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And about your water cooling loop system won’t really recommend it because 1 it will take some money around 300-500€ and Your risking to lose some componenets and money if you don’t tighten the pipes too well. But if you will do custom water loop, It might be better if some professional builder will assbemble it.
 

thomas2911

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I chose the 6TB because right now I have two cloned 3 Tb WD green that I use only for data and they are almost full. Taking the 6TB I can use the old ones as backup drives for the new one.
Unformunately the 2080ti is a bit too much off budget. The can't find the asus one at less than 1300/1350€
That's the same tought I had about watercooling
thanks
 

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