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    Default [NEW BUILD] Suggestions needed for PC build

    Hey.

    Looking to buy new pc. Critique my theoretical setup.
    Targeting 1080p gaming at high refresh rates, 144hz and above.
    Have PSU (650w Antec High Current Gamer)

    No need for mouse/keyboard.
    No need for magnetic hard drive.

    I dont have a fixed budget. But I don't wish to spend anymore than I need to.

    Made the build using techland's webpage. Not necessary I'll buy all from there. They just seemed to have all the parts I want.
    Gaming,web browsing and run of the mill office work are primary work loads.

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    Gaming is not for you. And you are not for gaming. Mark my words.

    The best criticism you will ever get in your lifetime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Gaming is not for you. And you are not for gaming. Mark my words.

    The best criticism you will ever get in your lifetime.
    Pack it up boys, we're done here.

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    Needs better cooler. Aim for Cryorig H5 Ultimate or Universal (according to clearance).

    You could get 1440p 144hz monitor at that much money outside. Overpriced af. Or even 1080p 240hz.

    Wait for AOC 24G2U Techland is gonna bring or ask tgem if they're gonna bring LG 27GL83A (IPS 1440p 144hz). Sells for $380 outside. Very good reviews.

    Avoid Samsung, MSI and Benq. Samsung and MSI use VA panel that's worst for gaming abd BenQ models available here are very old.

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    To the OP: 3600x should be plenty for those tasks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    ask tgem if they're gonna bring LG 27GL83A (IPS 1440p 144hz). Sells for $380 outside. Very good reviews.

    Avoid Samsung, MSI and Benq. Samsung and MSI use VA panel that's worst for gaming abd BenQ models available here are very old.
    27GL83A is a very good monitor. Probably the best value for 27" 1440p/144hz monitors

    VA isn't necessarily bad at those refresh rates. See Dell 3220dgf. Worse than TN/IPS though for response times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    To the OP: 3600x should be plenty for those tasks.



    27GL83A is a very good monitor. Probably the best value for 27" 1440p/144hz monitors

    VA isn't necessarily bad at those refresh rates. See Dell 3220dgf. Worse than TN/IPS though for response times
    good to see you after long time. i thought u r dead!!
    Any 27 inch ips monitor within 30k range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoMoN.Khan View Post
    good to see you after long time. i thought u r dead!!
    Any 27 inch ips monitor within 30k range?
    I'm using this one: https://globalbrand.com.bd/product/l...s-led-monitor/

    It's from Lenovo, 27inch 1440p. Very nice monitor overall, but not a good stand. I replaced mine with a VESA stand which clips to a table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm using this one: https://globalbrand.com.bd/product/l...s-led-monitor/

    It's from Lenovo, 27inch 1440p. Very nice monitor overall, but not a good stand. I replaced mine with a VESA stand which clips to a table.
    Thnx. how much did u paid? hows color and viewing angel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoMoN.Khan View Post
    Thnx. how much did u paid? hows color and viewing angel?
    I paid ~30k for the monitor. Got it from Globalbrand.

    If you aren't looking for a gaming monitor, look into Dell Ultrasharps. There's also an Asus 24inch 1440p, probably VX24AH or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoMoN.Khan View Post
    Thnx. how much did u paid? hows color and viewing angel?
    Completely missed the other questions.

    Viewing angles are good, though I only use it as a single monitor for now. The colors are good too after some calibration. I just wish it went to 75Hz.

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    Made some updates to the build. The monitor is basically standing in as a place holder for the AOC 24g2, I am hoping the price will be under 30000.

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