I would say the 9600K is better for multiple reasons such as having 8 cores which are better overall for a lot of things. I would say the 6700k has a better price when it comes to it. A 9th gen mobo is expensive compared to the 6th gen mobo I believe but I may be wrong. But if it were me, it would depend on what I'm doing with the CPU, such as gaming or work.
Forgot to say that, I am bringing storage from my old computer. Same with another set of memory by Team.
So will there be any difference with a oc 2080 and a non oc?
True. I could do that, my friend has that setup of 1 good monitor and a 4K one. Ill look into it.
Oh yeah, forgot to say the purpose. The purpose for it would be gaming and streaming.
Also I will be using one monitor for chat and obs and the other for gaming. So maybe I should go with 144hz and save a couple bucks?
I havent really look into 1440p monitors too much but ill see what my selection is.
Edit: Ill be upgrading from a 2600x and a 1060 blower style. Yes the 2600x is good but the 1060 aint pushing out too many frames. Plus the rest of my pc build has mediocre parts such as a non 80+ powersupply, stock cpu cooler and no exhaust.
so will two fan headers be enough for the x62 and two fans?
700w I believe.
can you use the AER RGB fans with radiators or is it better to just use the stock fans?
Would the AER NZXT Fans yield better results, if not similar?
Thank you for the comment but I did clarify that Im in australia and the prices are significantly worse than in America. Again, thank you for the feedback :)
thank you :)
Oohhhhh. Thank you. That's cool. :)
Whats an OEM?
So you are saying that the bottom and rear fans should be exhaust and the front (CPU cooler) should be intake? Sorry, I'm kinda new to pc building.
I am following LTT's RGB Build Guide but with some alters.
I'll be using an h110i with its stock fans replaced with two LL140s. I will also use three LL120s for the bottom and exhaust. I hope this helps. :)
Thank you, thats all the information I need. :)
Thank you :) I actually like the nzxt 500.