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I've never built a gaming PC before and want help confirming if what i have is good or if I'm missing something and that it would, well work... so here is what i have

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Well you have 2 CPU listed there

secondly not sure about how good the case is as keeping your rig cool is super important

third IMO i wouldn't buy a full win10 key like that there are, other places, where one can find a key for less...
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Yes it would, it just looks like you've gone for the most expensive parts lol...

Case is ridiculous.

What do you need exactlly, what programs, games, budget etc
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my budget is up to around 2k more or less of course since I'm not largely familiar in the realm of computer building that's why I've taken to this site for help to save some cash and make sure I'm getting what I need. Ill probably be looking for a computer that can handle high rez gaming for a sustained period as well as VR with 4 sensors running at once ill be wanting a windows operating system as it is what I'm familiar with. Gaming aside ill be using it for any other normal use but i also occasionally edit video and audio as well as work on things in unity.
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Ok well just go with one of the popular cases like the meshify or NZXT ones and get a nice CPU cooler if you want to as that case is way overpriced for what it is and honestly looks pretty trash.

The rest of the parts are good dude since they are basically just the most expensive for each part.
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You've got 2 motherbaords and CPU's there. Don't pay $100 for Windows. RAM is over priced. I'd change the PSU. The 750GQ is fine, but you can get a better unit for a similar price. Not sure I'd get a 1TB SSD tbh, I think I'd much prefer to get a 500GB SSD, 3TB HDD and save some money, but that's up to you. The case isn't terrible, and it includes a 360mm AIO CPU cooler, but I wouldn't recommend that case. I'm sure you could get a cheaper GTX 1080, but 1070Ti's are usually better value anyway so I'd look at those.

We don't know what monitor(s) you're using with the system though, or what you're using the system for so we can't tell you which components make the most sense for you. If you want some help with a parts list, answer the following questions;

What is your budget and currency?
Do you need peripherals(keyboard, mouse, headset, etc)?
Do you need a monitor? If not, what monitor(s) are you using with the system?
What exactly will you use the system for? What games and programs will you be using?
Will you overclock?
Any preferences(brand, aesthetic, storage, etc)?
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