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I have had my current gaming PC since 2011 & i think its time to start fresh with a new build.
My budget is 3,000.00 & im looking for the best of the best for my dollar.

Can someone with experience give me suggestions & tips from there point of view as if they had a 3,000.00 budget.

Thank You
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What is your budget and currency? (Pound sign does not work normally, use GBP abbreviation)
- 3,000 USD

Do you need a monitor? - Yes, 4k

Do you need a keyboard? No

Do you need a mouse? No

Do you need an operating system? Yes, Windows 10

What will you use the PC for? Gaming & maybe streaming
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