Thoughts on the below please? A friend has been helping me but I'd like a few more opinions and to validate what's he's telling me as I haven't built a PC in over 10 years!
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I'm in the UK and want a solid gaming PC that will last me a good few years, mainly for FPS games 1440p @ 144hz.
Budget is approx £2500.
I'm really out of the loop so any guidance would be much appreciated while I try to catch myself up!
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Thanks. That monitor is quite a bit cheaper. Any particular reason for choosing that one over the one I had in there?
It was cheaper. Also I upgrade you to an rtx 2080.
The monitor is cheaper because its freesync not gsync.
You dont need 32gb of memory or a M.2 drive for a gaming PC Doubles your SSD space and upgrades to a RTX 2080.
The only time you would need 32gb of memory is if you were going VR gaming.
Ah yes, missed that on the monitor. Thanks for the reply. I think I'd like to stick with 32GB RAM in case I venture into VR in future, but other than that I'm liking the look of that build.
Anything else I should be considering with monitors if I stretched the budget a bit? I only want a single monitor setup so want to make sure it's the right one. Is 4K going to be out of the question, or even worth it?
For 4K your really going yo needvthe 2080ti.
If I was buying just any monitor i wished I would get the 1440p wide screen close to 3K resolution.
Wow that is a nice piece of kit!