Question Switching from GTX 1080ti to GTX 3090

Thank you for replying so fast. Is there any potential for bottle necking with any of the other components?
I was going to mention that....I think the 7700k might be a little weak for it....but I think it will run fine. You might find you're maxing out the CPU in certain games and if so...you could upgrade the CPU....but you don't have to do that right away...it will run.
 

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from what others have said on my thread the i7 7700k will be a bottleneck but only if your aiming for like 200fps + if your happy with vsync and 60fps at 4k you will be fine. your system is very similer to mine. only difrence is I have an asus maximus ix formula,16gb of ram and an 850watt PSU...cpu might become a problem much later though since the the consoles are going to be on 6 core 18 thread. i dont see it being a serious issue till 2022 though. as its going to take quites some time for it to mature to normal standards
 
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NVidia recommends 750w min. so it should as long as you have two 8 pin plugs available.
But if his PSU is old, it may no longer be capable of delivering the required voltages across all rails. The 1080Ti may not be stressing it to the point of failure, but the 3090 almost certainly will at some point, if that is the case.
 
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from what others have said on my thread the i7 7700k will be a bottleneck but only if your aiming for like 200fps + if your happy with vsync and 60fps at 4k you will be fine. your system is very similer to mine. only difrence is I have an asus maximus ix formula,16gb of ram and an 850watt PSU...cpu might become a problem much later though since the the consoles are going to be on 6 core 18 thread. i dont see it being a serious issue till 2022 though. as its going to take quites some time for it to mature to normal standards
thank you for the comment
 

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from what others have said on my thread the i7 7700k will be a bottleneck but only if your aiming for like 200fps + if your happy with vsync and 60fps at 4k you will be fine. your system is very similer to mine. only difrence is I have an asus maximus ix formula,16gb of ram and an 850watt PSU...cpu might become a problem much later though since the the consoles are going to be on 6 core 18 thread. i dont see it being a serious issue till 2022 though. as its going to take quites some time for it to mature to normal standards
Thank you for your help
 

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