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Need advice and opinions on a new custom gaming PC I'm building


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Kwikvinny

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Currently I have purchased a new custom gaming PC setup. This is what is currently in it. I would like any advice or opinions on ways to make it faster and run better. I originally was getting a Alphacool Eisbaer 360MM Liquid cooler but it would of been my 7th delay so they swapped it for the Corsair H100i is that a horrible downgrade? Should I change that cooler to something better? Also I was thinking of getting a m.2 Samsung 960pro maybe 500gb. Any other suggestions let me know please.

1 - Leviathan PC CASE

2 - MB/X299/TUFMK2 Motherboard ASUS X299 TUF MKII ATX

3 - CPU/I9/7900X Processor Intel® Ten Core i9-7900X Processor

4 - Power Supply Corsair RM850 Watt Power Supply

5 - GPU/GTX/1080/S Graphics CardASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition

6 - Sound Cards Onboard Audio

7 - HDD/DS/1TB/7K HDD/SSD
Seagate Barracuda 1TB - 7200RPM 3.5" HDD (1TB HDD)

8 - Corsair H100i

9 - CPU Paste Standard CPU Thermal Paste

10 - GPU Paste Standard Graphics Card Thermal Paste

11 - SW/WIN10HM/OA3OS Windows 10 Home Premium 64-Bit

12 - DDR4/D8G3200TZ Memory DDR4 3200MHz G.SKILL Trident Z-16GB (16GB (2x8GB)
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As far as the Corsair H100i cooler goes, flash with the latest firmware and you're good to go.

A definite "Yes" on the M.2 Samsung 960 Pro.

Everything else looks good.


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