Here you go - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/LVCBYT
Get a better monitor, and an ssd. Also that's the first dvd player I've seen in a parts list in a while lol.
Your right about the monitor. The monitors that the others chose are not good enough. The power supply would probably be good enough though.
This is what I'm going with I think. It's a little cheaper too. It'll play any game just fine, and it's way better than an xbox. You can also change the case, add fans, and add in this mother board for wifi (buying a motherboard with built in wifi is better than buying a cheap wifi card), but this is just what I'm getting. Hope this helps!
motherboard - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/NyqhP6/gigabyte-b360-aorus-gaming-3-wifi-atx-lga1151-motherboard-b360-aorus-gaming-3-wifi
my parts list - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/7cGvCb
It's mostly just the 2080 ti's that are having problems and the rtx 2070 does preform better from what I've seen, so I would suggest getting an rtx 2070 instead.
That was random
The 2133 is the speed of the ram, and you didn't have an SSD in your parts list. An SSD is just fast storage, so your computer and programs can boot up faster. RAM is fast memory. It's what makes it so that when you do something like pressing from one tab to another, it seems almost instant. If you don't have enough RAM, then it will have to load that tab again because you didn't have enough storage. RAM also helps in games. The parts list kschendel made is good and I would recommend it. Good luck!!!
EDIT: I would actually recommend my build instead (I didn't look over it very well the first time).
Do people use a controller on pc for that game or keyboard/mouse?
Is the i5 8600k better?
That's a pretty cheap cpu. It won't bottleneck the graphics card to much will it?
Ok, I think I'll try that too
I didn't know that. Thanks
Thanks I think I'm going to get all of those games + league of legends.
Honestly, for this list I would just stick to a 1080p monitor, but maybe 120hz or 144hz. What type of games are you going to play?
The rgb is kinda a waste of money because ssds are usually hidden, and the ram would be the only thing you could see lighting up. If you really want rgb, then get some rgb fans and other rgb stuff.
You don't need such an expensive cpu cooler and motherboard if your not going to overclock unless you just like the look. That's just something to keep in mind. Also I would suggest getting corsair LL fans for rgb because they look really good. I personally like corsairs vengeance ram more too, but that's just my opinion. Good parts list though
the ram - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/vfDJ7P/corsair-vengeance-rgb-pro-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3200-memory-cmw16gx4m2c3200c16w
I love Overwatch! It's one of the only games I play, and I've been playing it since it came out. On xbox though
I'm not wanting to go pro or anything like that, but the games you listed seem like what I wanted. Thanks a lot!!!
I'm not really sure. I guess just games that have a ranking system or are really skill based or something like that.
Woah! I didn't know I could get an rtx 2080 in that budget. Thanks a bunch
I like that case a lot. I've never seen it before
Thanks I love learning new stuff
Other than moving the fans like other people have said, I think this is a great build.
ps I love the LL fans :)
Amazing! nice job
I wish I could get this build, but it doesn't include a monitor
What's the difference between i7 9700k and i7 8700k? There's a $30 difference, and I'm wondering if it's worth it
No overclocking, no operating system, and atx
My friend has it and he really likes it. I've only used it once but it's really nice
The one in your parts list is fine though.
I would say 1440p, and this is a good one.
lol. I just saw 1TB, and I thought it was a hard drive
Thank you a lot! I think I'll buy a little cheaper ram, so I can get an ssd, but it's fine other than that. Also I think I want to get a regular atx build, but I'm not sure yet
I deleted that one because it's not what I was looking for. I'm hoping for some more suggestions
Thanks. I spent a lot of time making the first one, but the second one was just me changing a few parts from a build guide and I put almost no thought in it. Also it's midnight for me so I'm very tired. I'm definitely going for the first now lol
Ok, thanks :)
How does having 32gb of ram help for gaming?
I'm not going to be streaming, video editing or any of that. Just gaming
What's the point of having two graphics cards?
I think so. It's a very good parts list for that amount of money
The cooling should be fine as long as your not overclocking. It would be good to have an anti-static band, but you should be fine without it. Just don't build on carpet or anything that could generate static electricity. A magnetic screwdriver makes it easier, but the one included will work fine. Good luck!
Thanks I like that one a lot!
Looks great. Good luck!
A 1070 ti will definitely work, but like skywalker said, you will have to turn details down.
Thanks. I keep second guessing myself about all my parts lol