There would a slight bottlekneck with the cpu on the gpu. But if you say you have a 1080 and play destiny 2 on 144hz I don’t it think it would make much of difference.
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You can upgrade your graphics card to a more powerful gpu to run that 144hz that you want like a 1660ti, or a rtx 2060. And have you tried competitive setting in Fortnite because I use competitive setting and I hit over 200 fps with my rtx 2060.
And I would recommend a 240hz monitor or at leat 1440p 144hz monitor with that 2080.
I included third gen ryzen which is releasing early next month because it is supposed to be better than the i7 9700k and I also included a good keyboard and mouse.
This build you could order right now
This requires you to wait a little bit for the cpu and motherboard till the beginning of next month and any good x570 board means something like a asus rog board.
I went with a lot of extra stuff to fulfill the red and black theme. I added in a monitor because you said she uses a crt as a secondary and I also put in stuff you just don't like the overriced black and red cpu cooler, rgb gpu, and the red black psu cable extensions.
I would make sure to put a dedicated gpu with it because the integrated graphics are not strong on the i3 I would recommend an rx 570 to pair nicely with the i3
This build is extremely aesthetically pleasing but I went for looks over performance and if you want a more performance over looks build let me know.
Definitely if it includes the said motherboard and ram because those together in usd cost 185 and you're getting it for 114 usd and you could upgrade the processor to a i5 or something more powerful that would fit your budget.
This pc has the most rgb lights and best performance out of your options. While I did forget to put in a keyboard and mouse a great options are the redragon k552 and the steel series rival 110.
This is the best all around rgb gaming system. And you will want to get a 144hz monitor to pair with that beast gpu. And just in case to warn if you don't all ready have a good gaming mouse you will want one.
I updated the orange build to have a better cooler than the stock cooler.
These three computers will do the best with streaming for said budget. The ryzen 7 will help with streaming because of its 8 cores and 16 threads. The 1660ti will deliver all the horse power you three need and will deliver the 144fps for the 144hz monitors.
The red version
The orange version
The other one
Its a over all amazing the weight REALLY helps when playing a game like fortnite or any competitive pvp game. This mouse increased my accuracy probably by 35% and over doubled my time on aim booster(not kidding) compared to my old reddragon m711fps. And in game in fortnite my editing got smoother and more consistent, my aim with ars and snipers got whole lot better, and flicks got a hundred times better with the weight of this mouse. The rgb also looks great.
Beautiful build, I have the same Cpu.
Yeah I know I need sleeved cables, rgb gpu, pudding keycaps. jk btw
I got the same monitor it’s great.
You might want to flip your front fans around to increase airflow because from the looks of it you have no positive air coming in your system. But that would sacrifice the look of those beautiful fans by flipping them around.
Amazing what looks and performance you can get with 600.
I’d recommend these parts to get started and maybe upgrade the monitor to a 144hz one if your budget allows.
Nice I have that same processor and GPUs but I still have to upload mine.
What do you mean I switched to a cooler with better rgb and I dropped like 30 degrees.
Check out my saved part lists and choose a budget.
Also don’t go with that rose will psu try to go with a name brand like Thermaltake, Corsair, and EVGA.
Change out the rx 590 for a 1660.
Oh I thought it had free sync.
There is a cheaper smaller version under the style choice(70 bucks cheaper).
https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-32-inch-Curved-Monitor-LC32JG50QQNZA/dp/B07FQMBWQG/ref=mp_s_a_1_14?keywords=1440p+144&qid=1553812838&s=gateway&sr=8-14 Try out this because it’s from a good brand and has a va panel which is good to my eyes. I have a va and ips monitor and can’t tell the difference much. But if you are doing a color accuracy job go with ips.
The cable management is a piece of art.
What are you temps
Oh that makes sense.
What is this build used for that you paired a 4K monitor with a 1050 ti.
Yeah I had the same problem to.
Are you using g skill light sync for your ram or msi mystic sync.