Would you recommend a Noctua NH D15s Chromax? Maybe this is just the noob in me talking but I thought liquid was more efficient than air cooling
If the speed you're sticking with for ram is 3000mhz i would consider looking for more budget friendly sticks. An example would be teamgroup who has 3000mhz non rgb ram for between $70-$80. Or you can get yourself GSkill Trident Z rgb for about $100. Both options still cheaper than your current selection
Im aware that over clocking doesn’t affect components for the most part but would I be able to OC from 3000mhz to 3466 without any complications ?
thank you, this is very helpful. and yea, the rtx lineup seems too expensive for what it is but hopefully they drop prices on the 10 and 9 series cards
i know i didnt word it correctly, i apologize. i meant i would like to game at 1920x1080 w/ very good frames per second and later down the line perhaps play at higher resolutions like 2560x1440 without having to upgrade my gpu (:
the reason i'm in between those two resolutions is because i have always played games at 1080p. however down the line i would like to play at a higher resolution and i wanted to look for a graphics card that would handle that. i was looking at several websites and i found an MSI 1080 Gaming X for about $470 which is just a few bucks more than the 1070ti equivalent. i have been thinking about an intel cpu but i've read that the 2700x is more futureproof due to it having more cores. what are your thoughts?
Oh about the case, I’m waiting for the Phanteks Evolv X to release this August haha. Aside from that everything else looks great man! Appreciate the help