Build Advice HELP in my Gaming PC build

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Mobo:- Gigabyte Z390 UD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HS59X7P/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_Lx42CbTJASYCB

CPU - i7 8700K/9700K

RAM - 32GB (G skill Ripjaws or Corsair Vengence)

GPU - RTX 2070/2080/1080Ti(I'm looking at Asus Strix versions for my GPU also I'm into gaming in the future i.e Ray tracing)
  1. 2070 - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JG7PX32/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_lE42Cb4Q8HV3B
  2. 2080- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GKD7DND/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_VE42Cb22K69YC
  3. 1080Ti - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XXZBPHZ/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_JF42CbKDK4X06
PSU- Need Help here

Cabinet- Need help here(not looking for anything "extra")

HDD- 3TB internal
SSD- 256GB

Can anyone help me with my build, filling up the spots and also if the components are looking compatible, or if I need to add anything to the build or if there are better alternatives for any components.
 
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Peiguy

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I'd recommend you get the 8700k as there is not much of an FPS gain unless you really want a 9700k

As for RAM 32GB is too much if all you're going to be doing is gaming, on the buildapcsales ram page there are tons of deals going on right now for Corsair Vengeance RAM at 3000MHz CL14/15

Unless you're interested in raytracing I'd suggest you go with the 1080 Ti for raw power

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Couldn't find a reasonably priced 1080 ti so I left it out of the list
 

kurosaki96

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I'd recommend you get the 8700k as there is not much of an FPS gain unless you really want a 9700k

As for RAM 32GB is too much if all you're going to be doing is gaming, on the buildapcsales ram page there are tons of deals going on right now for Corsair Vengeance RAM at 3000MHz CL14/15

Unless you're interested in raytracing I'd suggest you go with the 1080 Ti for raw power

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Couldn't find a reasonably priced 1080 ti so I left it out of the list
Yeah I'm into Raytracing, mostly I'll be multitasking and Gaming, also can you help me with the PSU and Cabinet, I'm not too confident on selecting PSUs to be honest
 

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How much are you looking to spend on a monitor?

and do you want it to be ultrawide?
Monitor can be a normal 144Hz monitor not too big or fancy and I don't really know monitor prices never had to buy one after I got my 70 Euro monitor around 9 years ago, and no not into ultra wide, just a normal one for gaming, not too costly or anything.
 
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1.Acer KG271Ubmiippx 27 Inch WQHD Gaming Monitor, Black (TN Panel, FreeSync, 1 ms, ZeroFrame, DP, HDMI)-monitor-209 euro 2. CORSAIR HX Series, HX1200, 1200 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular Power Supply -187euros
3. NZXT H200i -cabinet-127euros
total-523 euros
4.i7 7700k-350 euros
5.ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition-490 euros6.
6.Asus Strix H270F Gaming-115 euros-mobo

7. HyperX Predator HX432C16PB3K2/16 DDR4 16 GB Kit (2 x 8 GB) 3200 MHz DDr4 CL16 DIMM, Black - 80 euros

8. Samsung MZ-76E500B/EU 500 GB 860 EVO Sata III 64L V NAND Solid State Drive -78 euros


9.Seagate 2 TB BarraCuda 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Drive (7200 RPM, 256 MB Cache, SATA 6 Gb/s, Up to 220 MB/s, Model: ST2000DMZ08/DM008) -23 euros
total-1689 euros. probably the best config in 1650 euros











 
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Peiguy

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1.ASUS MG28UQ 4K/UHD 28-Inch FreeSync Gaming Monitor -monitor-320 dollars
  1. CORSAIR HX Series, HX1200, 1200 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular Power Supply -200dollars
  2. NZXT H200i -cabinet-285 dollars
total-805 dollars or 720 euros
First of all, why does OP need a 1200 watt power supply? And the H200i is for ITX systems, OP has an M-ATX system
 

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It is an overkill, 1200W is overkill, 750W gold certified power supply is more than enough.
He is going for a 2080Ti and a lot of games are not supporting SLI now, a single card would out preform SLI cards in most of the games now a days.
 
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It is an overkill, 1200W is overkill, 750W gold certified power supply is more than enough.
He is going for a 2080Ti and a lot of games are not supporting SLI now, a single card would out preform SLI cards in most of the games now a days.
His budget is 1650 euros so a 1200watt power supply can be recommended. BTW you are right. Moreover a rtx 2070 is enough. Also if he buys a rtx 2080ti then he would be left with minimal amount to be spent on other system like cooling, monitor, etc …...:)
 

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I recommended a 2080, and why would you recommend such high wattage power supply while it will be gone to waste? no one will ever reach that much limit.
Forgot to mentioned that i recommended 2080 not the TI.
 
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I recommended a 2080, and why would you recommend such high wattage power supply while it will be gone to waste? no one will ever reach that much limit.
Forgot to mentioned that i recommended 2080 not the TI.
1200 watts may be excess but I would recommend the rtx 2070 because he would play in 1440p. Even a rtx 2060 is enough for 1440p. Since his budget is high a rtx 2070 is enough.
 

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