It can be less if its possible, But i heard the GPU's are expensive nowdaysIs there any particular reason you want to spend at least 2700?
Any chance we can get more detail and more insight on your purposes?
It can be less if its possible, But i heard the GPU's are expensive nowdays
Anyway, maximum $3k, I also want to buy samsung screen G9 48 inch, the $3k doesnt include the screen
Thanks for your replyIf you really want to commit to a monitor like that, at least go with the G9 Neo that replaced the original G9, which didn't have local dimming.
Personally I would never pay that much for a gaming display that has a mere VA panel, but that's just me. I mean, it's still the same old LCD technology that's prone to motion blur, so it's hard to imagine the super high refresh rate is really going to make up for it. And while VAs have deep blacks, OLEDs have deep blacks AND very accurate colors AND very subtle gradients from black to grey, with literally no motion blur.
Aside from that, what seems really strange is you appear to be dead locked on a particularly high end and very niche monitor, yet you want to leave literally ALL of the PC component picking that drives it up to complete strangers. If you've at some point done a fair bit of research to nail down that display choice, I have to ask, what has kept you from doing the same on the PC parts?
Lastly, picking parts for you is going to be like a shot in the dark guessing game unless you give us some kind of idea of what games you'll be playing.
Thanks for your reply
I just play Racing games like Assesto corsa and Formula 1, I do play rocket league sometimes.
As far as display type goes, LCD is getting quite antiquated, and OLED clearly has the sharpest picture quality and fastest response time, both of which are very noticeable in fast action games like racing.
PCPartPicker Part ListOk forget the monitor, I am looking for a good computer that can run any game on max settings +240 FPS because my current monitor is Dell aw2518h (240hz)
There are several things wrong with a build like this mostly related to where money is being spent.
Don't disagree, but I went for more of an aesthetically pleasing build, if you want the best performance for money spent yeah theirs way better options. This will be way better value for the price, https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JbJ7k9There are several things wrong with a build like this mostly related to where money is being spent.
First of all, a 3080 for 800 dollars is a huge ripoff when a 4070 is cheaper and performs better and has new features.
Second, a 13900k is almost completely useless because its is so much more than what is necessary to accomplish the goal of 240 hz 5120 x 1440 gaming. A 13700 non f through 13700k s much more on point for this build.
Third, that AIO from corsair is exceedingly overpriced for the performance it provides.
Fourth, you can get significantly faster RAM for cheaper.
It not that this build has any problems actually functioning, just that money is spent very unwisely, or even negligently.
The G9 OLED is probably going to be exceedingly expensive so save some dollars for that.
The reason I said above a 4090 is not within his budget is he tends to have expensive tastes, like the display mentioned and water cooling, and I'm not surprised at all he's now interested in custom water cooling. That makes this the type of build where you need to leave some built-in headroom for exorbitance.OP mentioned that 3k budget is for system alone. And we have given various recommendations based on the 4090. Now as for the budget for the display itself, i will leave it up to the OP.
Regarding the performance of the system itself:
the G9 is two 2k displays side by side. its still less resolution than 4k. and the 4090 can do 4k gaming.
so the 7800X3D and the 4090 will definitely be fully utilised by the G9.
Apart from that, if you want custom cooling, you can do that. but it can range from an extra 700 to 1000 USD on custom cooling parts alone depending on your choice.
If you are a first time builder, we definitely have to go with a bigger and water cooling friendly case. get the complete kit like the bending, cutting and leak proof kits for the loop for testing. Not to mention, you would have to maintain your loop and clean it atleast 1 a year if using clear fluid or even twice if using mixed/coloured fluid. So there is the added trouble of maintenance for your custom loop.