[SOLVED] Help to pick a good pc build from scratch completly with

RagedAPE

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I have £2500 UK pounds and want to get a new PC.

I prefer high frames so would be looking at the 240hz monitor or the new 360hz monitor to max League of legends and as many as I can get out of war zone or similar multiplayer games. But at the same time I would like to max the new coming harder to run games on ultra or high graphics. So I am not sure what's the best to get 1080p or 1440p.

With that in mind would someone kindly pick a build out for me that will potentially last 4-5 years ( I am happy to lower graphics as the years go by as long as the frames stay high on e-sports games ) keeping in mind a nice balance of e-sports gaming and single player maxed out chilled cyberpunk type games.

Also is 1440p monitor competitive now and should I really skip 1080p now?

Kind regards

Edit I would also wait for ryzen 4000
 
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GarrettL

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You’d have to get a Z490 motherboard I believe. It’s built ready for PCIE 4.0.

I have an AMD x570 with 3800x and a Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVME. You cannot tell the difference when loading a game if it were 4.0 or through SATA III.
 

RagedAPE

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I have £2500 to build a pc from Pc specalist UK and I don't know the best bang for buck to buy for 1440p e-sports gaming.

I have picked so far

3900XT

3080

Rog Strix x570-Fgaming

32Gb corsair Vengeance 3600mhz

750gold RMX

Coolmaster Mastercase h500 argb

1TB firecuda 520

Corsair h100i platinum

Artic mx4 extreme thermal conductivity

I could sure use some help please

 

GarrettL

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I’d wait to see what AMD has to offer cpu and gpu wise before deciding. About a month away from new release news.

If you need an e-Sport build now then go with the 10900k for max performance at 1080p and 1440p if using the 3080. The 3080 definitely likes a high clocked latest release cpu.
 

GarrettL

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You’d have to get a Z490 motherboard I believe. It’s built ready for PCIE 4.0.

I have an AMD x570 with 3800x and a Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVME. You cannot tell the difference when loading a game if it were 4.0 or through SATA III.
 

RagedAPE

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You really helped me thanks bro.

Is it ok to buy this build will it last for 5 years plz the life of the PS5

3900xt

Rog Strix x570 F gaming

750 rmx psu gold

32gb corsair vengeance 3600mhz

rtx 3080

1tb 970 Evo Plus

Coolmaster mastercase H500 ARGB case
 

RagedAPE

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Im so cool with lower all the way to low in games as long as it keeps the FPS high like it started with, in that case would I be good to pull the trigger on this build today?
 

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