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    I understand that this device will cost from 3000-3500$. For a PC I think it's an excessive sum of money, if not for work.

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    That's how much mine costed me but I build mine three years ago. I would love to put a 3080 in mine but only the founder's edition.
    "Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand" (Martin Fowler, 2008).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 303 View Post
    Time for new PC What u think

    GeForce RTX™ MSI 3080 GAMING TRIO 10G

    CAS:Corsair 465X RGB ATX Mid-Tower Gaming Case w/ Tempered Glass Front and Side Panels

    CPU:Intel® Core™ i9-10900KF - 10-Core 3.70GHz, 5.30GHz Turbo - 20MB Cache, Ultimate OC Compatible (No On-board Graphics)


    FAN:Corsair Hydro Series H100i RGB Pro XT High Performance Liquid Cooling System w/ 240mm Radiator, Ultimate OC Compatibl

    M2SSD:1TB (1x1TB) Seagate Firecuda 520 M.2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD - 5000MB/s Read & 4400MB/s Write

    MEMORY:16GB (2x8GB) DDR4/4000mhz Dual Channel Memory [+91] (HyperX Predator w/Heat Spreader)

    MOTHERBOARD:MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Carbon WIFI: ATX w/ RGB, Wi-Fi 6, USB 3.2, 2x M.2

    POWERSUPPLY:Corsair CV650 650W 80+ Bronze Gaming
    I'd say it's way to overkill, if i was you, i'd change the CPU to a i7 8700k and clock it to 4.5GHz and get the 2080 super.

    I'm currently running a I7 8700 (Non K) with a MSI GTX 1080 and a Asus TUF Gaming-pro motherboard from 2 years ago and i still run Modern Warfare 2019 at ultra with locked 144 fps

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    u need minimum 750W.. go for 1000W

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    I agree with Nico95.
    "Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand" (Martin Fowler, 2008).

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    got 850w its great pc got the msi RTX 3080 Ventus

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    Nicely done. Do you know what tier the power supply is?
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    nice bud , should be a monster , you would probably be fine with 650 watt but dont waste your money on Corsair they are a bag of shite if you ask me, (for the 3080 i would go with the asus tuf models ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3nji View Post
    I'd say it's way to overkill, if i was you, i'd change the CPU to a i7 8700k and clock it to 4.5GHz and get the 2080 super.

    I'm currently running a I7 8700 (Non K) with a MSI GTX 1080 and a Asus TUF Gaming-pro motherboard from 2 years ago and i still run Modern Warfare 2019 at ultra with locked 144 fps

    thats cos your still playing it on a a black and white screen in 640 x480
    Its hard to feel the friction, under water.

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