AdviceWhich setup would you pick?Posted:

Donald_Trump
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I am trying to figure out which setup would be better? PC 1 has about a 10% increase in CPU than PC 2 but PC 2 has a 10% increase in GPU.

I would be playing military sim games like Arma 3 and Squad and other games like them. Which is more important, increased CPU or GPU power?

PC 1:
-i7 9700F
-RTX 2070 Super
-500 SSD
-16gb DDR4
-Liquid Cooled
$1,450.00

PC 2:
-i7 10700k
-RTX 2070
-500 SSD
-16gb DDR4
-Liquid Cooled
$1,400.00
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Neither. No idea what PSU's are being used, what exactly "Liquid Cooled" means, or what RAM or SSD is in either system.
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21 wroteNeither. No idea what PSU's are being used, what exactly "Liquid Cooled" means, or what RAM or SSD is in either system.


PC 1 - bestbuy.com/site/ibuypower-gaming...Id=6418153

PC 2 - bestbuy.com/site/ibuypower-gaming...Id=6362981

PC 3 - bestbuy.com/site/ibuypower-gaming...Id=6419490


Which one would you pick?
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None, if you dont want to build it yourself get one from powergpu.com/power-builds.html

He doesnt cheap out on anything and only uses quality parts, plus hes well respected in that area.
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