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  1. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Replacing 10yr old desktop - help please ... a bit out of my depth!

    For a monitor, I would recommend this...
  2. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Replacing 10yr old desktop - help please ... a bit out of my depth!

    The below is a bit more money, but it's what I would recommend you look to get with your upper budget and uses in mind. This will be a very good performer for the uses you have in mind. It has more power on the CPU and GPU front, while not exceeding what you had initially specced. It has a...
  3. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Replacing 10yr old desktop - help please ... a bit out of my depth!

    The monitor is going to be your real limitation as it is very depreciated. I would strongly recommend that you upgrade the monitor. You can get an excellent 1080p monitor, 24", for around £150 just now. I've went for the lower end of what I would recommend below. This will cover all of your...
  4. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Torn between 4k gaming options in horrible component market - opinions please?

    I wouldn't worry regardless. If it's there or not it'll not make any odds :)
  5. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Torn between 4k gaming options in horrible component market - opinions please?

    Pretty sure. PCS always tend to install an exhaust fan :)
  6. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Torn between 4k gaming options in horrible component market - opinions please?

    It has an exhaust fan :)
  7. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Replacing 10yr old desktop - help please ... a bit out of my depth!

    Pretty sure you can cover most bases. Few queries though. What monitor are you using? Model number is fine, or resolution and refresh rate. Are you fixed on an internal drive? You could get a USB3.0 external DVD drive to allow you to choose any case, and then simply put it away when you don't...
  8. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Some advice for a 4090 build please!

    Some small changes, thankfully no real impact in pricing. The 7950X is a beast, it'll do you absolutely fine. Yes the X3D would net you a bit more but outside of the likes of FS2020 you're not really going to see it on the screen so the 7950X is the safe choice while still being a beast. I...
  9. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Is this a good pc?

    The initial link was PCPart picker though. If you want a PCSpecialist build then we can help. Am I right in thinking: £1.4k Budget 1080p gaming, 240hz..... what's the relevance of the 240hz for you? Just making you aware that most people won't see anything over the 120hz mark and anything past...
  10. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Noob Here lol Looking For Desktop PC

    Yes, although for the relative difference I would opt for the TUF motherboard which has it built in. It's a little more expensive than an addon card but it's a generally better motherboard and then you don't need any addins. Case CORSAIR 3000D AIRFLOW MID TOWER GAMING CASE Processor (CPU) AMD...
  11. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST 4070 Ti Super vs 4080

    Gigabyte are a bit of an unknown for me at the moment. They had fallen away in recent years but their AM5 boards seem to be pretty good. Both options are there for you. I would personally want 6000Mhz of RAM in the system for your uses. My guess is that PCS haven't got a consistent pass rate...
  12. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Noob Here lol Looking For Desktop PC

    Below is the build configured with Windows included: We aren't a customer service team with any access to any of the systems so unfortunately you need to follow through with the purchase on your own. You can do this via the link below or you can contact PCS through chat/phone to proceed. Once...
  13. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Noob Here lol Looking For Desktop PC

    I think the case is out of stock too.
  14. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Noob Here lol Looking For Desktop PC

    Just thinking, do you need Windows pre-configured or are you doing this yourself? The build above doesn't have Windows to save on costs.
  15. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST Noob Here lol Looking For Desktop PC

    Hi there, This is just a volunteer forum where we help out potential customers to get the right kit for their needs. If you click the link @SpyderTracks provided at the bottom, this will take you into the actual PCS store with those pre-selected components. Take note of anything that has...
  16. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST New Build for Triple Screen Sim Racing.

    Quite poor to be honest. It's an older generation platform with many, often very, strange choices. Have you actually purchased the PC? It's worthwhile cancelling if you have. If you have received it you can still return it. If you want some advice on a build have a look through the below...
  17. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST 4070 Ti Super vs 4080

    No case fans required. You have the front 3 for intake, the AIO will be set up for exhaust and there's also a rear fan for exhaust. This is the ideal layout as you have 3 in and 3 out. The 3 in will be constant, the 2 on the AIO will vary so will lead to positive case pressure during low use...
  18. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST 6500 euro budget monitor included

    As above, surely you know this better than we ever would :unsure:
  19. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST New PSVR 2 appears to leave PC VR in the dust

    The way I read it was direct connection. I'll be honest, I think it's the dream move for Sony to make. I can't see them losing out the deal. Are there people who would buy a PS5 who won't now buy a PS5 because they can get PSVR2 for PC? Possibly, but there can't be many. I have a PS5 and LOVE...
  20. Scott

    PCSPECIALIST, PCSPECIALIST New PSVR 2 appears to leave PC VR in the dust

    Ooooooooo Sony Interactive content communications manager Gillen McAllister
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