This should do everything very good.
Since you said 240HZ monitor that should be a 1080p resolution.
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If your not hung up on looks this is just a bit more and would add a much better processor for gaming and streaming.
What video card to get would depend on the monitor you have nobody can give you a correct answer without knowing that!
Example if you just have a 1080p monitor with 60 refresh rate their really no reason to buy anything above a GTX 1060/1070.
Also would need to know if your going to be overclocking the processor or just running it at stock speed.
I would agree on the spending to much not for the price but you can get the same gaming performance for less money and fairly the same looks.
Much lower priced cable extensions instead of 125 bucks for a full set, the case has a PSU shroud so nobody sees them till they come out the back of the case to connect to the parts.
No reason to buy windows 10 Pro.
That case has rather restricted airflow and nothing like what I would buy or recommend. For pure gaming a i5 8600K gives you really the same performance Google the gaming benchmarks.
For the drives a M.2 SSD is going to do nothing for you but I do like having the 2nd 1TB SSD to load all your games on.
The 470 supports the new processors out of the box it depends on the board as for other support.
A SATA SSD gives close to the same performance as a M.2 drive depending on the use. If you were using it as a scratch drive or doing a lot of filr transfers then it would be worth the money.
The 370 boards have also droped in price and yes my main go was to get the 32GB of memory without raising the price much or dropping performance.
4K editing and rendering is a heavy load on a PC.
Keep the K processor. You don't need a 1080ti as the above poster listed for a 1080p monitor.
You can make a couple changes and save a good bit of money and keep the exact performance.
Depending on the settings raw 4K fottage takes up a lot of space. It's also a real pain to render.
Cost you a bit more but you will be happier.
The i3 8100 is a huge improvement from what you have.
The motherboard only has 2 memory slots so 3 choices get a 8gb set, 16gb set or a single 8gb stick to leave the option of adding 8gb more later.
Your money your choices.
For the card it is much better than the built in graphics.
All acceptable quality power supplies for less money that will allow for more SSD space.
Depends on if your also streaming gameplay and what monitor you already have.
Probably more like the PC you need since you said infrequent editing. The M.2 drive is not really going to help.
The 4 core 5100 has a faster clock speed and gives better performance till you start using more than 4 cores.
If you just wish to have the 6 cores and 16GB of memory then this might last you longer and might not. If you start getting into more editing then it will help.
Most of the games you listed everybody has FPS drops because their fairly poorly coded.
For that monitor with the games your playing your not going to get even close to 240 FPS with anything AMD makes for a video card.
For the bottlenecking their never been or will be a PC made without one and the bottleneck can change to a different part depending on what your doing
That CX power supply is very low quality and needs to be changed.
just change out the processor and video card nothing else to do.
Now change that build to CAD over 3K.
Read the 2 user reviews I would never buy a NZXT motherboard.
Just add windows.
For pure gaming the i5 8600K is just as good as the i7, and for a 1080p monitor a GTX 1070ti is really overkill and good for 1440p also. If you mover up to a 4K monitor then sell the video card and buy the latest card out.
Large SSD for windows and should also hold most of your games. All high quality parts.
With windows a bit over.
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A GTX 1080, 250GB SSD for the OS and programs, 500GB SSD for your main games, 1tb drive for lesser played games and storage, high quality motherboard and CPU cooler.
Should be very good performance and looks.
I don't like buying used parts.
Good luck with the 5 buck copy of Windows.
The drive is to small to even hold all that.
In US dollars that is not a realistic budget.
If your planning on overclocking get a better motherboard, that board has a poor 4+1 power phase the actually call it 4+2 but the 2 are shared.
To low of a budget you going to be better off buying used. Yes Skyrim is a fairly demanding game.
The board I listed has WIFI built into the board, your build has a WIFI card listed instead.
If you don't already have the motherboard you can get about the same performance from a i5 8600K.
If you not overclocking the cooler is overkill.
This site might not be 100% accurate but it is fairly close. http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-7700K-vs-Intel-Core-i5-8600K/3647vs3941
Really the same performance with the WIFI built into the motherboard.
A micro ATX board looks dinky in a full tower and the 1700X has better performance not the even talk about the 2 less cores. For streaming that will be a huge performance hit.
It will always default to the lower speed. You will need to use manual entries or XMP profiles.
Buying 2400 now then upgrading to 3000 really don't make good since.
If your fairly PC savey then you can overclock the 2400 memory probably to 2933 with voltage increase and timing changes.
Depends on if the extra performance is worth the small amount more for the memory.
I would replace the boot drive with a 500gb SSD for the same price and keep the M.2 for the scratch drive like your saying.
Sounds good but the new AMD processors run better with faster memory. You will also need to get a AM4 bracket to use the hyper 212 about 10 bucks on Ebay.
Moves you up to a much better video card for that 2K monitor.
That will not work if it was not ensbled when the OS was instslled then it will not be able to read the drive.
Depends on the monitor you have but a solid build .
Depends on what the PC will be used for and the monitor resolution and refresh rate.
The G1 is fairly low quality you can buy better for the same price.
Some games are already using over 8GB ( single stick also takes a performance hit) of memory especially when you add mods.
Read the reviews on that drive.
Not rude just pointing out the flaws I have been build, and repairing for over 15 years.
I have personally and lost 4 hours of work and have had to replace many more for customers. On a budget the 1TB WD blue drive all I use now are the WD black they cost more for a reason not just the name.
Right at 1200 very good performance and looks. I would not buy a Seagate hard drive you can add another if/when you need one.
Those SSD's are garbage. Only 8GB of memory and really a G1 power supply.
The 2nd one is the best build. Not something I would even consider building for myself playing the games you have listed. Not a clue why your stuck on that processor or a Asus motherboard.
Looks good the video card has no backplate so you will just see the PCB board.
I would change the cooler, get a card with a backplate and add 2X 140mm fans to the front of the case.
About the best your going to get in that price range to do everything you listing. If you need windows 10 included in the price then you will have to take a big performance hit.
What is the exact model number of the Dell and what power supply did you add? Download CPU-Z it should show you the exact model number of the memory you already have.
Your also going to need a new operating system the one that came with the Dell PC is tied to it.
More or less just wasting money for a pure gaming PC.
No not for pure gaming.
Look at the benchmarks for any game and their neck and neck.
It depends on where you live as to what parts can be bought.
In general for pure gaming no reason to go past this.
Thats not true, the one I listed will run the crap out of that game and is a very good price. The game can not take advantage of more cores than it has .
That is compaired to the more expensive AMD. The Intel is 4% faster till you get past 2 cores.
This is about what you can expect with max settings on a 1080p monitor running that game with the parts I listed.
The first thing you need to do is cut down on the crap that is not needed like the Xbox controllers, Your using a PC with a gaming keyboard and mouse. I would see absolutely no reason to buy 2 of the same PC's and both the Draw thing. Just the PC build is fairly bad without adding all the crap, their no need to spend 35 bucks on a surge protector when a 10 buck one from wall mart will do the same thing.
You could use the mid tower version of that case and get a regular size ATX board if you wish.
PC number one is 600 bucks lower priced, PC 2 is almost 1K lower priced.
that is saving you over 1600 bucks and frees up the money for the 2nd PC for each one (streaming) this build and add a decent capture card to it about 150 bucks more you really need a PCIE card not a USB..