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BabyMacca
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Hey guys this is my current PC and I'm looking at upgrading with the parts below would It be possible and any recommendations before I buy them I'm gonig to be keeping the RAM, HDD, SSD and GPU for now

I was also thinking changing the i7 10700k to i9 9900k but not sure if its worth the extra £110 for the i9? got the same cores, threads and cache MB?

Would this case be big enough or should I get a different one

Parts I want to add/upgrade: prnt.sc/u1lp2s

Current PC: amazon.co.uk/StormForce-Tornado-G...B071YPDG39

Current Specs: prnt.sc/u1lllh

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I'm not sure how much these parts cost in pounds but I would highly recommend upgrading the case, CPU, ram, and PSU. The motherboard I listed is a bit overkill but for the price, you honestly can't beat it. If you have any questions on why I chose this build just let me know.

https://i.ibb.co/d43pyJY/Screen-Shot-2020-08-18-at-11-39-02-AM.png
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Arctism wroteI'm not sure how much these parts cost in pounds but I would highly recommend upgrading the case, CPU, ram, and PSU. The motherboard I listed is a bit overkill but for the price, you honestly can't beat it. If you have any questions on why I chose this build just let me know.

https://i.ibb.co/d43pyJY/Screen-Shot-2020-08-18-at-11-39-02-AM.png


Ideally i wanted to stick to intel but I see alot of gaming builds using AMD can someone explain why

When I do comparison intel is well better, I'm i missing something?
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Requesting upgrade advice

  • Post your current specs including the model number of your power supply.
  • How much do you want to spend on the upgrade?
  • What is your goal for the upgrade?
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21 wrotehttps://www.thetechgame.com/Forums/t=7787031/how-to-ask-for-build-and-upgrade-advice.html

Requesting upgrade advice

  • Post your current specs including the model number of your power supply.
  • How much do you want to spend on the upgrade?
  • What is your goal for the upgrade?


I want to spent about £700-£800 for. CPU, cooler, motherboard, PSU. Are they ones i posted about good or can I get better ? That's my question

The goal for the setup is for gaming I am going to be using my 1060 just for the time being and buying the new 3070-380 release
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BabyMacca wroteAre they ones i posted about good or can I get better ? That's my question

Good for what? "That's my question".

BabyMacca wroteThe goal for the setup is for gaming I am going to be using my 1060 just for the time being and buying the new 3070-380 release

With a 1080p60Hz monitor?
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BabyMacca wrote
Arctism wroteI'm not sure how much these parts cost in pounds but I would highly recommend upgrading the case, CPU, ram, and PSU. The motherboard I listed is a bit overkill but for the price, you honestly can't beat it. If you have any questions on why I chose this build just let me know.

https://i.ibb.co/d43pyJY/Screen-Shot-2020-08-18-at-11-39-02-AM.png


Ideally i wanted to stick to intel but I see alot of gaming builds using AMD can someone explain why

When I do comparison intel is well better, I'm i missing something?
You see a lot of builds with Ryzen because Ryzen is a better "bang for your buck". If you only care for gaming then I'd save your money and just stick to Ryzen over Intel.
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BabyMacca wroteAre they ones i posted about good or can I get better ? That's my question

Good for what? "That's my question".

BabyMacca wroteThe goal for the setup is for gaming I am going to be using my 1060 just for the time being and buying the new 3070-380 release

With a 1080p60Hz monitor?


Ideally 144Hz I play Warzone a lot

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