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  1. 12310065050x1d00ffff

    12310065050x1d00ffff MDL Junior Member

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  2. Joe C

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    Kinda going overboard on that build are ya? Even if your going with a game box....
    TPM.... eh, not required
    64 gb ram? You'll be o.k. with 16gb
    RTX 280 ti? can you even get one of those now? A 1080 ti might be a better bet right now, and with the $$$ you save you can get that 2080ti later
    If this is your first build then that case will be a major challenge for you.
    A 14tb drive? really? is that necessary? Save your $ for that 2080ti
    Read the reviews on the power supply and all that bling for the water cooling before you buy it

    Send me $5000. for this reply via a PM.
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  3. Yen

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    #3 Yen, Nov 5, 2018
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    Well OP just wanted to know if anything is compatible not if it's reasonable.

    But I actually agree...
    (Over-capacity of drives 2/14TB / 64GB RAM / usability of the case / GPU at release date / the need of OC and hence water cooling......)

    I think anything is compatible. The GPU fits into the case (important to know for sure, otherwise can be a surprise) It's available, some have it in stock / 1350 bucks.

    But I wonder why not the Core i9-9900K instead of that much disk space / RAM?
    It seems OP can live with the fact that this rig will be only half the money after a year so why to safe money at the CPU and to buy number 2 only? :p:)
     
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  4. Joe C

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    Mostly the board, cpu and memory will require the most compatibility.
    As it stands the memory from the op's link shows that it is only compatible with Intel boards (may or may not work with Ryzen? anybody's guess)
    The Ryzen 7 Pro 1700X is the best chip that the op's board can support, Either he needs an better board that can use a 2950X Threadripper or go with that i9 Intel chip and an Intel board
     
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    12310065050x1d00ffff MDL Junior Member

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    thx Yen & Joe