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i need help. my gaming computer sh!t the bed. the mother board is no more. ive been posting from the local library. any suggestions would be appreciated. my price range is no more than 700 big ones.
What type of games do you play and how far do you like to push the graphics settings?i need help. my gaming computer sh!t the bed. the mother board is no more. ive been posting from the local library. any suggestions would be appreciated. my price range is no more than 700 big ones.
Where do you recommend getting cases, PS, mobo, etc these days?My first question would be why you aren't posting from your smart phone.
If you're looking for something new from the ground up for gaming, I'd go AMD Ryzen, maybe a generation or two back. For the GPU, probably an AMD RX 580, which will get you good frame rates at 1080p, and some decent 1440p fps in certain games.
Personally, I think life is too short to not be gaming at the highest possible settings. I have an RTX 2080 with other comparable components. But then, that GPU alone would eat up all your budget.
In the US I think newegg.com usually has some of the best prices.Where do you recommend getting cases, PS, mobo, etc these days?
friend & I built that out of the Intel 4004. Tried to get funding to build a games computer that hooked up to a TV screen. East coast VCs were too unimaginative. What happened was that Nolan Bushnell founded Atari. West coast VCs.
Algo trading. I've been working from home for about a year. The 2080Ti is perfect for GPU accelerated computing, especially with regards to ML.2080 TI retail price $1200. Yes it should be a beast. The video card alone is the price of an entire midrange system. The Threadripper however is not a gamer CPU but it will absolutely shred productivity applications.
A gamer would be recommended to go for an 8 core 3700x (msrp $329) or 12 core 3900x (msrp $499) instead. These consumer oriented CPUs will provide better raw gaming performance in terms of FPS and will also save nearly $1200 for the wallet, which ironically is just enough to buy a new 2080Ti.
PS I'm not even sure how you got that build approved for work, what is it that you do? Video editing?