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Stationary computer for gaming up to NIS 6000 without a video card

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Hello,

I'm a casual gamer and this's the first time I'm building a desktop computer (for the last 4.5 years I've been using an Ailenware gaming laptop).

I will just say first of all that regarding the video card I plan to buy the 3080 Super when it comes out so in the meantime I will buy a second hand 1080 / 1080Ti (not relevant to Thard).

After an in-depth study and a variety of recommendations I came to the following specification:

Intel i7-10700K Comet Lake 8- 3.8 GHz

Gigabyte Z490 Elite AC LGA1200 Desktop Motherboard

CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3600

XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB 3D PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive

Antec HCG850 Gold Power Supply 850 Watts 80 Plus Gold with 120mm Silent FDB Fan

Gigabyte AORUS RGB AIO Liquid Cooler 240, 240mm or some model

be quiet! PURE BASE 500 Window, Metallic Gray BGW036

What do you think of the specification?

Still pretty hesitant mostly about the cooling (I do want to Water and relatively flexible in budget) and the case (I realized that its airflow is a bit limited), but I would love insights about each of the components ...

Adds the answers to the recommended format:

1. What is the maximum budget? Is there an exception if necessary?

The witness area is NIS 6000 without a video card, a bit flexible if it's worth it

2. What useful computer (games, graphic editing, office work, HD content, for example), is there a specific example of a game or software?

Gaming - Need to run on Ultra every AAA game in the coming years (1440p), for example COD: MW, CyberPunk

Experimental research in Deep Learning - I am a graduate student in the field and also expect that I can run not too big things on the computer, but any new video card intended for gaming will deal with it successfully ...

3. Do you need peripheral equipment (eg keyboard, mouse, speakers And screen)?

No

4. Is there a basic component that does not need to be included in the specification? (Eg Drive SSD Which already exists and can be added to the assembly)

Considering adding a 2 / 3TB HDD, I would love recommendations for that as well

5. How important is silent computer operation?

It is quite important, especially during rest or relatively basic work, that the computer be located in the central space of the house.

Although while playing a little less critical ...

6. Is there a limit or preference for the physical size and weight of the computer, lights, etc.?

No, and as for lights and such really not too critical to me what the computer looks like, although I prefer glass in the case if I buy fancy cooling (but it is important that the case stays quiet)

7. Is there a need to include an OS / Office (preferably a preferred version) and / or a computer in the store?

No

8. Is there a preference to purchase the computer from a specific store? If you can not specify a residential area.

I have a store I intend to buy from, this aspect is irrelevant

9. When is the computer purchase planned (it is highly desirable to request a specification shortly before buying)?

In the coming days

10. Are there any special requests regarding ports and connections (eg USB Type-C or FireWire)?

A little hesitant about -C because I realized that there is no motherboard support, not sure how critical it is and if I should commit suicide on it ...

11. Is it important to keep the computer upgrade horizon?

Yes, at least for adding memory and replacing / adding if there will be a need

Thanks in advance! :)

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Great components, of course you can also with .
On a budget like this personally I would take 32GB. As for the RAM need to run in XMP support at this speed, I think it comes with support up to 3,000 MHz DA.

As for the chassis, there is the phanteks P400A RGB and I realized it has a cool one , Put him MESH up front and I think he also looks good.

Doubt indeed from a successful series but maybe worth considering CROSAIR RMx, need to check who provides a better warranty and what is the price difference.

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Do you think that 32 GB will have an effect on gaming (at least today)? Because I read in some places that are not ... or do you mainly mean as future proofing?

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And what about cooling water? You would choose one of the models of Or in Gigabyte?

And as for the case, I'm also a little hesitant because I was told that the airflow in it is not good enough in relation to the heat it will have to deal with.

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Just something to think about ...

In a price of 10700K + liquid cooling, you can purchase a 3900X 12-core processor + quality air cooling and you will have a surplus ...

The day you want to do For your games, the 3900X will give you more FPS and stability than the 10700K.

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Gigabyte AORUS RGB AIO Liquid Cooler 240, 240mm or some Corsair model

Strong cooling is recommended if you are going to use all cores on 100 percent use as rendering software for a few hours and of course with OC

In games you will not be able to reach 100 percent usage

About processor If you are going for an FHD screen with 240 HZ or 144 then it is worth considering if it is

1440P with 144 HZ no big difference still You will get more value for the money you invest

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I already have the truth screen - ViewSonic XG2703-GS (2560x1440, 165Hz)

So what? Would you choose from the options I said? Or anything else at all ...

And in which case will handle this setup in terms of airflow and quiet

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I found it

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-cpu-coolers,4181-2.html

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165Hz

עם The difference in FPS is 2-3 percent. It's better to put the money you saved on a video card (because in these resolutions + HZ, the video card is the bottleneck)

Take 3900X with It's likely that it's not warming up as much as Intel's 7NM

And you also saved on Expensive

(You can also consider 3700X if you do not think you need 12 cores or you want to save more or upgrade to the next generation)

But you will know what will happen with 3080 maybe this difference: 2-3 percent will increase

It's so close it could be a measurement error or there's a difference I'll not know

Every man in his faith shall live :)

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Thanks friends!

And just about the case - what did I choose well at this price level? It is important to have good airflow and to be relatively quiet (really do not need anything fancy)

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And what about cooling water? You would choose one of the models of Corsair Or in Gigabyte?

And as for the case, I'm also a little hesitant because I was told that the airflow in it is not good enough in relation to the heat it will have to deal with.

Are you talking about the case you chose? What I have offered you offers great airflow, you can see here reviews of all kinds , Choose one that suits you in budget / visibility / size and you will be satisfied.

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Are you talking about the case you chose? What I have offered you offers great airflow, you can see here reviews of all kinds Enclosures, Choose one that suits you in budget / visibility / size and you will be satisfied.

Sabba bro I will look, thank you very much! :)

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I found it

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-cpu-coolers,4181-2.html

עם Intel The difference in FPS is 2-3 percent. It's better to put the money you saved on a video card (because in these resolutions + HZ, the video card is the bottleneck)

Take 3900X with Cooling It's likely that it's not warming up as much as Intel's 7NM

And you also saved on Cooling Expensive

(You can also consider 3700X if you do not think you need 12 cores or you want to save more or upgrade to the next generation)

But you will know what will happen with 3080 maybe this difference: 2-3 percent will increase

It's so close it could be a measurement error or there's a difference I'll not know

Every man in his faith shall live :)

Thanks!

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