Question Rate my build

May 26, 2020
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Gaming PC

Case:
Antec DP501 ATX ARGB Mid-Tower Tempered Glass White Gaming Case

Motherboard:
ASUS TUF Z490 PLUS ATX Motherboard

Processor:
Intel® Core™ i9-10900K Processor (3.70Ghz, 10 Cores, 20 Threads, 20MB Cache)

Memory:
Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 UDIMM 4000MHz CL18

Graphics Card:
ASUS Turbo GeForce RTX 2080 Super EVO, 8GB GDDR6

Super-Fast NVMe SSD 1:
2TB (4950MB/4250MB R/W) Corsair Force MP600 Gen4 PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD

Fast SSD 1:
1TB (550MB/530MB R/W) Samsung 860 QVO 2.5" SATA III SSD

Power Supply:
Corsair 1000W RMX 80+ Gold Fully Modular 135mm FAN ATX

Processor Cooling:
Deepcool CASTLE 360EX Gamer Storm CPU Liquid Cooler

Additional Case Fans:
Antec SPARK 120mm RGB PWM Fan x 2

Sound Card:
Asus STRIX-RAID-PRO 7.1 PCIe Gaming
Sound Card

Networking:
(LAN) 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN Port

LED Lighting:
CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO with 4x RGB LED Strips and Controller. 2x RGB FAN Hub

Is it enough power to game at 1440p 144hz and 4k 60hz or just 1440p 144hz. Suggest other parts that are better or if something doesn't work with a certain component.
 
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Phaaze88

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9/10.
-Excessive spending. Plus Intel loses their speed advantage at 1440p resolution and higher.
Aside from that, the list does look nice!

There is a compatibility issue though. The LED controller included with the Antec DP501 is for ARGB, which isn't compatible with RGB parts.
ARGB - 5v, 3pin
RGB - 12v, 4pin
Plugging a 5v device into a 12v motherboard header will fry it, whereas plugging a 12v device into a 5v mobo header does nothing - not enough power.
 
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