I have started saving money for this (or similar) rig for a few months now.
This will be my first build since 2009 and might buy this from CyberpowerPC UK maybe around autumn.
However, I was thinking of waiting for the new Ryzen CPUs to come out later this year and see what is that about before making the purchase.
Part list link: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/vqdCYT
Also, I would definitely appreciate your comments and advice on the following matters:
Many thanks for reading this.
RTX 2080 is alot better than a 1080 Ti at this moment. They are cheaper for Identical performance and offer ray-tracing. (which is currently only compatible with like 1 game or something, but that isn't the reason to buy it). And it is also alot more recent and futureproofed.
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The monitor that I added in there is a 1080p 27" 240Hz monitor, (which is better, alot better, than the one you listed.)
And for 1440p 144Hz I recommend...
Nothing, if you are getting 1440p 144Hz, for a good sized one at 1ms, it'll run you about 400, so the 1080p is a better way to go if you want high refresh rates.
But for 60hz 1440p the PB277Q from ASUS is nice.
Are you also gaming at high fps at 1440p, or is that more relaxed or even non-gaming? A 2070 can probably render frames about as fast as a 2600X can generate them, at 1080p, and outside of being able to enable every crazed ultra-detail option in some games, a 2080 / 2080Ti will gain you relatively little in terms of 1080p fps. Now, if you're looking for high 1440p fps at ultra, then a 2080 starts making more sense.