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warranty is big thing too. So make sure to get one.
You received 25 Agrees. You're posting some good content. Great!
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Now Doesn't That Make You Feel All Warm And Fuzzy Inside? :P
https://www.avadirect.com/Intel-9th-Gen-Coffee-Lake-R-Core-i5-i7-i9-Z390-Chipset-2-way-SLI-CrossFireX-Custom-Gaming-PC/Configure/12383260Modified in the following way:Tower Case:ANTEC Dark Fleet Series DF500 RGB Tempered Glass, No PSU, ATX, Black, Mid Tower CaseMotherboard:ASUS TUF Z390-Plus Gaming (Wi-Fi), Intel Z390 Chipset, LGA 1151, HDMI, ATX MotherboardProcessor:INTEL Core™ i5-9600K 6-Core 3.7 - 4.6GHz Turbo, LGA 1151, 95W TDP, ProcessorProcessor:No CPU OverclockingVideo Card:EVGA GeForce RTX™ 2070 Black GAMING, 1410 - 1620MHz, 8GB GDDR6, Graphics CardVideo Card:No GPU OverclockingSLI Bridge:No SLI BridgeMemory:Recommended KINGSTON 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) HyperX Fury DDR4 2666MHz, CL16, Black, DIMM MemoryPower Supply:SEASONIC FOCUS PLUS Platinum, 80 PLUS Platinum 650W, Fully Modular, ATX Power SupplyCPU Cooler:Be Quiet! Pure Rock, 155mm Height, 150W TDP, Copper/Aluminum CPU CoolerCPU Liquid Cooling:No Liquid Cooling SystemThermal Compound:Standard Thermal CompoundRGB Fan Kit:No Additional or Replacement Case Fans (Stock Fans, Choose upgrade)Additional Fan:No Additional or Replacement Case Fans (Stock Fans, Choose upgrade)M.2 Storage:Recommended SAMSUNG 500GB 970 EVO Plus 2280, 3500 / 3200 MB/s, V-NAND 3-bit MLC, PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe, M.2 SSDM.2 Storage:No RAID, Independent DrivesSSD Storage:No Solid State DriveSSD Storage:No RAID, Independent DrivesHDD Storage:No SATA Hard DriveHDD Storage:No Additional SATA Hard DriveStorage Subsystem Configuration:No RAID, Independent DrivesPCI Express Storage:No PCIe Storage DriveOptical Drive:No Optical DriveCard Reader:No Card ReaderSound Card:Integrated Audio Controller (Choose upgrade)Wireless Network Card:No Wireless Network AdapterCase Lighting:CableMod Custom Magnetic Hybrid RGB/UV LED Lighting w/ Remote - 60cmWire Management Solution:Standard Wiring with Precision Cable Routing and Tie-DownAIO Sleeving Kit:No AIO Sleeving KitCustom Finish:We offer Custom Painting! Contact us for options.Operating System:Windows 10 Home 64-bit DVD OEMOperating System Login:Custom OS LoginAntivirus Software:No Antivirus and Security SoftwareProductivity Software:No Productivity SoftwareSystem Recovery Software:No System Recovery or Backup SolutionGames:No GameMonitor:No LCD MonitorKeyboard:No KeyboardMouse:No MouseMouse Pads:No Mouse PadsVR Headsets:No Virtual Reality HeadsetControl Device:No JoystickHeadphone:No HeadphonesMicrophones:No MicrophoneSpeaker:No SpeakersWeb Camera:No Web CameraWireless Routers and Access Points:No Wireless RouterUPS System:No Uninterruptible Power SupplySurge Protector or Power Strip:No Surge ProtectorWarranty:AVA Basic (2-Year Labor / 1-Year Parts)The bolded items in the list above are the non-default ones, in case you're trying to figure out what I changed and what I didn't.That comes to $1895. And it has the extra special feature that I did what you asked for rather than trying to tell you that you're wrong:Intel CPUNvidia GPU with a $500 MSRP and supports four monitors (2 DisplayPort, 1 HDMI, 1 DVI)500 GB Samsung SSD (and an M.2 NVMe over PCI Express one, too, so it will be fast)16 GB memoryMotherboard with Wi-Fi support built inA better power supply than anyone else will link in their buildsWindows 10If 6 CPU cores aren't enough for you, you'd be better off waiting for third generation Ryzen than paying an arm and a leg for what Intel charges for 8+ cores.There's room in your budget that you could get 32 GB of memory, a 1 TB SSD, an RTX 2080, or any one of quite a few other upgrades if so inclined.Depending on what monitor ports your monitors need, it's easy to swap the video card to something with a different combination of monitor ports. They offer a bunch of different RTX 2070 cards, and you can search for the exact SKU to see what ports it offers. If it's not to your liking, then pick a different SKU.If you don't like how that case looks, then pick a different one.The situation on taxes depends on exactly where you live. AVA Direct is based in Ohio, so if you live there, you'll pay Ohio sales tax. They don't have a physical presence in any other state, so they likely wouldn't charge sales tax to ship to a lot of other states. It depends on your local laws, though.
So basically, I should wait a month or two for the ryzen chips to release and then get a system then? I haven't streamed since June 7th because of vacation and work but maybe i'll hit affiliate then. I should hopefully be streaming some Path of Exile tonight. Cryomatrix
But that's a big "if", as a lot of people wouldn't have any real use for a ton of CPU cores.
I'd say --
I have an idea. let's make a sticky thread. Meaning. Have someone explain what do cores do, what does the megahertz mean? What does the more GB of Ram mean? All these acronyms and stuff.