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Purchased the PC on facebook marketplace for $1600 usd. Price included rig and ASUS ROG PG279Q monitor (as well as a Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum mouse and a Razer Chroma Firefly mousepad; funny enough I already had the same mouse but I couldn't say no to another lol). Purchased the second (1080p 144hz) sibling monitor afterwards, still waiting to receive it. For my first REAL* experience with pc gaming this thing has completely blown my mind and has ruined any future builds for me because I know I will likely never get this level of performance for the same price again. Please leave me any thoughts and suggestions on the build, if there's perhaps anything I could change to enhance anything at all; like I said, completely new to the scene. I know enough to get by in conversation but will struggle to elaborate on detailed specs, but any feedback is appreciated or would just love to hear what you think, thanks!

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  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

You got a pretty good price for this rig. If the parts are accurate you wont be upgrading for a while. The 8700K is a very nice cpu to pair with the 2080 you have. You also lucked out on a higher end motherboard! The SSD you have is a bit older (2015) but it will do just fine since its using the SATA interface. If you play a lot of games and want them to load quickly (or you play games like Ark, that are huge) I would suggest geting an M.2 SSD to populate one or both of the m.2 slots you have on the motherboard. Otherwise you are good to go!

Nice find... too bad you didn't build it yourself ;) Also love the DBS theme

  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

the pc looks cool. solid work

  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

The only thing I would say is that the SSD is not worth nearly that much but still a decent price.