8 months ago
Do I need anything else???
Read the user reviews.
Ok then which card should I get?
looks like this one: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814137366&Description=2070&cm_re=2070-_-14-137-366-_-Product
it's $41 more though. has a 4.3/5 rating as well (had to do some math as they don't show it).
I dont care about money hahahaha thank you is this card going to work for all the things I want it to? Also will my rgb fans fit. I cant find the dimensions for the mounts on the case.
What is this build for?
It's for games music making video editing rendering 3d animations cad programs
Woah dude...! You should have NO problem with those things on this build lol.
Anything to say about my choice of graphics card?
I personally find the RTX 2080ti to be a little bit over the top for what you plan to be doing. You could save a lot of money going with something like a regular 2080 or 1080ti to save some money. If you want the RTX for ray tracing, then the 2080ti should be perfectly fine
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The Gigabyte boards have better VRMs than that Hero board. Made a few couple edits, such as leaving open the possibility of more RAM (3D Animation for example can use a lot) and better GPU.
What's a vrm. I'm new. I just dont want to buy **** hahahahaha
VRMs regulate power to the CPU. More power means more heat, so heatsinks are important. On top of this, lower quality VRMs or less of them means more heat and lower stability, which affects longevity and CPU overclocking. That's the short version, at least. Gigabyte did an outstanding job with VRMs on their Z390 product stack in addition to competitive or lower prices; therefore I usually end up recommending Gigabyte boards for 9900k builds.