I have a budget of 4,000 USD which will be gaming at 1440p, and editing, windows 7 is a must as well as dual 144 hz monitors, mouse, headphones and as keyboard
A little over but a 40-lane CPU for true X16/X16 980Ti SLI and a 2200 MB/s Burst-Read rated M.2 SSD..
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Thanks this build looks awesome,I am currently upgrading my game room and have a budget of 5k and never had a gaming Pc before. One question though, will I have to upgrade anytime soon?
I'd definitely recommend waiting 2-3 months if uare not in a tearing hurry..
Intel Broadwell-E HEDT Platform Scheduled for Q1 2016 Launch
Read more: http://wccftech.com/intel-broadwelle-scheduled-launch-q1-2016-feature-8-6-core-skus-retaining-support-x99-platform/
Even tho' the Broadwell-E is X99 based & will be supported for a long time to come, the current rig's prices are sure to come down at the advent of the Broadwell-E.. Else if the newer Broadwell-E is offered at the same price, you could always go for the newer option.. Anyways me thinks it makes sense to wait for a clearer picture to emerge.. Why not look at their side-by-side benchmark comparisons before taking the plunge.. ??
Best of luck :DD