Best $2,000 Dollar Gaming PC Build, Prepare To Be Amazed

If you were to put together a $2,000 dollar gaming PC build then you’d be absolutely amazed by the speed and graphical performance. Especially now that newer tech has recently been released, this build is the newest of the new.

How do I know this?

Because optimal PC hardware on this kind of budget sets you up for so far into the future that I can’t really even quite fathom exactly how long it would last.

Most likely for 10+ years. (Seriously.)


Best 2000 Dollar Gaming PC Build


Amazing, Optimal Performance

If you’re looking to max absolutely every single game that is out and that is coming out this year and into the next with 60+ FPS and then some then this is definitely going to be the right build for you.

You’ll not only be able to just play games, you’ll be able to create them. This build is more than capable of running game engines and 3D softwares for rendering and the such.

This build is going to take anything and everything that you throw at it so if you really do get these parts and put this build together then I applause you for your desire to have the best of the best when it comes to gaming PCs and the top of the line hardware that’s out there.

Seriously though, computers are so far ahead of the gaming consoles of today that it’s almost not even funny. PCs are able to do so much more and they’re able to show exactly how a game should look, at the top of its game. At its prime.

Only PCs have the power to do that and this specific build is a God among the rest.


How To Build A Computer

If you’re putting this build together then you’re obviously going to need to know how to put a computer together.

For most people, this sounds like a daunting task that can only be done by the computer nerds of the world but that’s just not true. Not at all.

You see, I’m the furthest thing from being some computer guru, especially when I went to build my first PC myself.

I was a console gamer for the longest time but I’ve always come across awesome videos of the different mods for PC games and just the PC gaming world in general. I also had some friends that were into PC gaming so that pushed me to want to build my own.

After researching A LOT about building computers and looking at a bunch of different tutorials I came across a video series by Newegg TV that fully explains step by step the process of building a computer and I’ve attached that video series below!

Be sure to watch the whole video before and during your process when you go to build this PC. Newegg didn’t leave anything out and this is the same video that I used when I built my first gaming PC!

Now, on to the good part. The hardware!


Optimal Hardware For A $2,000 Budget


Last Updated: September 23rd, 2019

* = Optional part. More details below.

Final price includes the optional part.


Case – Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower

 Motherboard – ASUS TUF Z390-Plus Gaming

 ProcessorIntel Core i7-9700k

NZXT Kraken X62 CPU CoolerNZXT Kraken X62

 Video Card – EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 XC ULTRA GAMING 8GB

Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 16GB RAMCorsair Vengeance LPX 2666MHz 2×8 16GB

850 Power Supply – EVGA SuperNOVA 80PLUS 850W

WD Blue 1TB HDD Hard Drive – Western Digital Blue 1TB HDD

WD Blue 1TB SSD Solid State DriveWestern Digital Blue 1TB SSD

 * (Optional) Blu Ray Drive – Asus Black Blu-Ray Drive


Final Price: $1,940.93


Build Details

This build is a God among Gods when it comes to PC builds.

You can never go wrong with running with a $2,000 budget for building an epic gaming rig.

The combination of the i7-9700k and a RTX 2080 video card gives the most ultimate experience that you could fathom with this type of budget. You’re going to be able to max anything and everything you install on the hard drive/solid state drive. You’re basically guaranteed max settings, 60 FPS.

The 9700k is the newest model of CPU from Intel and with the pricing finally making sense, it’s time to add it to this build.

I’ve included the liquid cooler because it’s needed for the 9700k. Unlike previous generations, this CPU will not come with a stock Intel CPU cooler.

Therefore you’ll need to have some kind of a cooling system in place and the Corsair H100i v2 is your best bet if you’re looking for quality. Be sure to look up different YouTube video guides for the installation of it!

The case is a full tower case I’m sure that the video card and any other big video card should be able to fit this case with no problems.

Even though the price isn’t all the way there, I currently have a RTX 2080 listed for the graphics card. This is the absolute best video card  you can get on the market right now and since it fits within the budget, it makes sense to have the best of the best.

The price point for a RTX 2080 is high right now so if you need to go down to a 8GB RTX 2070 to get a better overall price then do so. The GPU market has been going hay wire due to Bitcoin mining farms and the like. The current listing for the above RTX 2080 has some options for brand new, though it is a bit pricier than usual.

Why not a RTX 2080 Ti? As I talked about just above, that’s part of the reason. You can also take a look for yourself as to how overpriced 2080 Ti’s are and most of the lower priced ones (which is anywhere from $1,000-$1,200 for the lower priced ones) don’t even perform at the level that they’re advertised to perform at.

Paying that much would also put you $250+ outside of the $2,000 budget range so unless you’re looking to spend more than that, a RTX 2080 is going to do fine for what this type of build should be put together for. If you’ve been browsing other build sites you’ve probably noticed the price being more than what’s said for the price point.

The companies that make the video cards that we gamers need are increasing the price due to the demand from the miners, this is why almost all of the GPUs pricing doesn’t make sense. It’s an odd time to be building PCs and I’m trying my best to keep everything updated as we move forward. With that in mind, let’s go over everything else with the build.

Feel free to switch out other parts of the build such as the case, PSU, etc. You can ask me in the comments below if you’re unsure about a certain part being compatible.

We can finally use a RTX 2080 with all of the other parts combined to stay within the $2,000 price range goal.

A full tower allows you to add a lot more drives to it for down the road and it just looks awesome when you have it sitting on top of a large desk.

Trust me, you’re going to need a good bit of room to be able to display this case, my favorite part about it is that it can change to different colors via the led strip that it has on it! It’s a beautiful tower.

Now unlike most of the other builds on the site this build has 16GB of RAM. There’s more than enough room in this budget for 16GB RAM and having that much memory is going to make multi-tasking a breeze. You’ll be able to run your own game server as well if you’d really like to, 16 GB RAM is very nice to have!

As far as hard drive space goes, there’s enough room in the budget to have a nice sized SSD and a 1TB hard drive as well. 1TB of SSD is going to make you extremely content with your build because a SSD is seriously 10x faster than a normal hard drive. I highly suggest throwing your operating system on the SSD along with your favorite programs/games as well. Any other files like photos/videos should be stored in the 1TB hard drive.

* Now for the CD drive you’re able to actually have a Blu Ray drive! Regular CDs will work just fine on this drive, it’s a combination of Blu Ray and regular CD write so no need to worry there. Blu Ray movies have amazing quality and being able to use them with your build will be awesome!

The reason why this drive is optional is because maybe you’re wanting to install your operating system via USB, you want a basic CD drive or neither. Understandable in any way, just be sure you know what you want to have!



You’re going to need a mouse/keyboard combo as well as a nice monitor to go with this high-tier build. I’ll say now that the keyboard isn’t entirely important to the point where it’s necessary to spend a bunch of money on it but I’d understand why if you’re looking for certain features that can come with a higher end keyboard.

Below are a couple of links to reviews from Logitech’s G502 Proteus Spectrum mouse and their G910 Orion Spark keyboard. Be sure to read through them and see what comes with some of the highest quality peripherals, especially in the realm of the mouse.

You definitely want a nicer mouse if you want to have optimal accuracy and overall good build quality. If you want you gear to stand the test of time then you’ll have to invest a bit for it.


Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Optical Gaming Mouse Review – Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

logitech g910 keyboard review– Logitech G910 Orion Spark


As for a monitor, with the power of something like the RTX 2080, you need something that is going to show off what it is truly capable of. This means at least going with a high quality 1440p resolution monitor since you’ll be getting an insane amount of FPS with it.

The Dell monitor linked below is a great choice for 1440p without absolutely breaking the bank. There are a ton of different monitor options on the market ranging to all sorts of different price ranges so be sure to do your research but if you’re wanting to have that 1440p experience without spending upwards of $600+ then this might be the one for you.


 – Dell S2716DG


Let me know down below if you find other monitors that you think would better suit the build. I always keep the budget in mind and since there isn’t a ton of room outside of the budget range I figured to go with the best bang for your buck when it comes to a lower priced 1440p monitor.


Operating System And More

Now for an operating system I would definitely pick up Windows 10. Microsoft has been doing a pretty great job at keeping Windows 10 updated and it’s the most optimal choice when you have gaming in mind. Even in the VR space, Windows 10 is basically the main operating system that is in mind with developers.

If you really don’t want to dish out the extra $100 for an operating system right away (I totally get it) then I highly suggest that you check out the Linux based operating system known as Ubuntu.

Ubuntu is an open-source operating system that gives you a ton of freedom. Oh, and it’s 100% free! 🙂

You could just throw Ubuntu on your system until you’ve saved up enough cash for Windows or you could just simply use Ubuntu, there are many programs for this operating system that will allow you to emulate Steam games so no need to worry about game compatibility.

Also if you need a good internet connection from your PC to your wifi then I highly suggest picking up a wireless network adapter. This is the same kind of adapter that I use with my gaming PC and it works wonders, it keeps connection all the time and it is extremely reliable!

It’s better to have a direct connection via ethernet for your internet but if you have to go wireless then you’ll want an adapter that definitely gets the job done.

windows 10 64bit Windows 10 64bit – Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit

81CsUmlJ+iL._SL1500_ USB Wireless Network Adapter – Panda 300Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter

Those two links above are for Windows 10 64bit and for a USB network adapter for connecting to the internet. Why USB though?

Well, there’s always the option of going with an internal wireless adapter if you wanted to. Being on a $2,000 budget gives you room to really be able to use whatever parts you’d really want to use.

I’d highly suggest going with a direct connection via an ethernet cord if you’re able to since that’ll give you the best connection but if that’s not an option then you’ll definitely need some sort of a wireless adapter to get online with your build.

Also, if you need a nice gaming mouse to go with your build then I suggest checking out the Anker gaming mouse. I reviewed it just a while back and it has major customization options along with precision!

If you need a keyboard that’ll get the job done then I suggest checking out this Logitech keyboard. It has got the best bang for your buck and it was designed with the PC gamer in mind that’s for sure.


To Conclude

All in all, if you’re looking for the best of the best and you want unstoppable power when it comes to not only PC gaming but computing in general then this is definitely the build that you should go with.

This is going to work with everything you throw at it, and then some.

So what do you guys think of this build?

Are you going to be putting it together?

Let me know in the comments below! 😀


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356 Responses to Best $2,000 Dollar Gaming PC Build, Prepare To Be Amazed

  1. Jacky says:

    Also for the SSD do you think 256GB will last me a while?

    • Colton P says:

      You’d know more than I for how long an amount of storage will last. Take about 10GB or so for Windows and then factor in your most used programs and a few of your most played multiplayer titles or other titles. Really comes down to how many games you think you’ll have installed at once.

  2. Jacky says:

    I just wanted to know if this fan will work for the i7 core, or will I have to get the one listed?

  3. Tim says:


    Will the Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 fit?

  4. Theo says:

    Hey. I was wondering if the blu-ray drive is necessary in this build, and if it is not, what would be the final price? (by the way this would be my first gaming pc)

  5. Tuong says:


    Will this video card make any significant change?

  6. Ira L. says:

    I am really just now getting into the pc gaming world. I’ve only ever played 4 games WoW being one of them. I am Def eager to dive head first into gaming and I do want the best build possible for any game I happen to come across if that makes any sense.

    • Colton P says:

      If you’re looking into the highest resolution possible and also looking into the future of virtual reality gaming then this build is definitely the best suited for that. It’ll handle 4K gaming and VR gaming with ease.

      Let me know if I can help any further as you move forward with your build, I’m all ears here!!

  7. Ira L. says:

    Hey Colton

    I’ve never done a build before in my life and I really want to do one and after reading some comments I believe this is deff going to be the one I’m going for. Can this build run 2 monitors? If it can’t what would I need to run them smoothly and at high resolution. Lol also what are some good monitors to look into?

    I’m gearing this for wow pretty much. Thank you very much in advance.

    • Colton P says:

      Hey Ira,

      A couple of things I want to point out.

      Yes, you’ll be able to run multiple monitors. However how many video ports there are on a graphics card that’s how many monitors you’ll be able to run. Since this build is a high tier build I’d recommend taking a look at 4k monitors on Amazon that have good refresh rates – 1ms would be ideal.

      If you’re only playing WoW then this build is absolute overkill x1,000. WoW is not a demanding game at all, the $400 build listed here could run it at maximum graphics settings at 1080p resolution. I’d encourage you to only get this build if you plan on playing highly demanding titles at high resolution and/or getting into heavy graphics rendering work.

  8. Richard says:

    Wow…everyone knows so much…..
    except me. 😛

    Hey there, this is my first real real real (3 reals… wow) PC build, and I’ve only done pretty cheap ones leading up to this one. I’ve scrolled through some of the comments here and some of them say they’ve bought everything required, but something doesn’t work and they waste a whole lot of money. I’m afraid that might happen to me. So, is this a difficult process?

    P.S. Your profile photo looks dope.

    P.P.S. Santa is coming to your house a day early.

    • Colton P says:

      Those commenters either got a product DOA or they didn’t really understand fully how to get the build together the correct way. Most of the people that comment that something is wrong I’ve gotten back to to help and we’ve been able to figure out what was wrong to fix the problem to get the build going.

      Since you’re getting a very high tier build it would amaze me if something came DOA. The more you pay the higher the quality parts you’re going to get so if something arrives DOA then that would just blow my mind, these parts are of the highest quality and there is no way one would come in not working. I’m sure it’s possible but it’s such a slim chance at a budget point like this.

      As long as you go through the above video before and during, studying it and going little step by little step, you’ll be able to do just fine.

      I also dig the profile pic, thanks 🙂 and thanks for the heads up, I’ll be able to make sure the cookies are ready then 😛

  9. Richard the confused guy says:

    Hey Colton,

    First off, You’re fkn incredible for replying to all these comments!!! You deserve a job well done. That’s for sure!

    So I did have a few questions which I hope you could help with. (Basically I want to try and up this build a little better, however this will be my first computer build so I’m still learning a lot haha)

    I notice that on almost all of the hardware, there’s other options listed on Amazon that seem like upgraded versions of what you have listed.

    My goal for my build is to get the best hardware possible if there’s little price difference. An ex) if what you have listed costs 150$ and the upgraded version is 189$, then I’d like to buy the upgraded version. So w/ that being said these are my Q’s. (Sorry for a long post)

    Case – I love, but in black ;). My only worry is if I try to upgrade hardware, can it still fit in this case?

    Motherboard – So, I was considering the Z170 Pro. What are the differences between the Pro and what you have listed? If price isn’t a factor, and i want the best performance should I get the pro?

    Processor – i7, perfect. I do see that they have a bundle for this with the Corsair Hydro Series H115i however so…

    CPU Cooler – I was thinking of going with the H115i since it “seems” like the best upgraded version of what you have listed here. Can you confirm this? Plus it’s just 10$ more so I would definitely want this as long as it still fits in the case. Thoughts?

    Video Card – GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G Looks AMAZING and I would love to get this upgraded version for just 15$ more. Plus, just look at it <3 lol. Just want to make sure I can still fit this in the listed case and it will work?

    Ram – I'm considering the 32GB Kit of 4. Again, considering price isn't an issue, is there a HUGE difference between what you have listed and this guy? If you can, could you rate from 1-10 how much this would make an impact? (Not just in today's world, but in the far future as well) <– I know that's a stretch lol

    Power supply – I was checking out some reviews on the GS 1050 and someone stated it was more for a silent setup. Off the bat, it seems better. +50W along with being more quiet. However, I'm not sure if this is because it's sacrificing something else? In a compare and contrast, what do you think between these two?

    Hard Drive – So Amazon is saying there's a "newer" version of this item. Not sure if Amazon is really accurate when it says that, but it has this guy listed.
    Seagate 1TB BarraCuda SATA 6Gb/s 32MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive (ST1000DM010)
    ^ has no reviews, so I would probably just go with what you have listed, but do you have any comments on this?

    SSD – This one is kinda like the Ram. Not sure how much of an impact 1TB will be compared to 512GB? Any thoughts/rating on that would be appreciated! This one is a little steep for the price difference, so if the impact is a 5 or below then I'll pass.

    Blue Ray – Pioneer Electronics USA Internal Blu-Ray Writer (BDR-209DBK) is considered the "newer" version. For 15$ difference it seems worth it from what I'm reading on amazon, so I'll most likely get this as well. Just want to confirm it will work with the above set up.

    Phew.. If you read all this then THANK YOU. and if you replied, then I LOVE YOU. lol. But I'm sure other people would have some of these questions since Amazon shows a lot more options that you can easily look into.

    Again, thanks for reading!! I'll be starting this build in about 1-2 weeks, so your thoughts would be very appreciated 🙂

    • Colton P says:

      Thanks Richard, I try man! 😛

      Case – No difference between the color options. I only switched it to white because I noticed that the price changed on it.

      Motherboard – The Z170-Pro model has more USB 3.0 headers and replaces a slot with a PCIE slot instead which is only important if you know that you’re adding in different things such as an internet adapter etc. Not extremely important honestly but the biggest difference is the USB 3.0 headers. Here’s a link with more info!

      CPU Cooler – The H115i cooler will also work just fine, it has a thicker radiator in comparison which to me doesn’t really account to an extremely different level of performance but if you have the room in your budget and really want the newest stuff then it’d make sense to go with it! It also has customizable lighting which is obviously cool 🙂

      Video Card – That video card isn’t going to have a super crazy significant difference when looking at overall performance but if you’re going to want to be an overclocking enthusiast (because you can and should with a build like this) then that’d be the better card to go with! It’s better when you have overclocking in mind.

      RAM – I’d say to only go for 32GB if you really need it for other application or if you’re running servers. Otherwise it’s overkill really. It wouldn’t hurt anything but you’re not going to really see a difference in gaming performance and 32GB of RAM, with gaming, isn’t going to be necessary for a long time.

      PSU – 1000W is still even a bit overkill with this build as is but I share it because I also have SLI in mind. Meaning running two video cards at the same time down the road. If you’d rather go for that other supply then go for it but neither are going to emit a whole lot of sound. That and 50W extra isn’t anything to write home about. So whichever one you personally prefer really.

      Hard Drive – That new hard drive came out in September. I haven’t heard of anyone using it and I’m in the same boat – if there aren’t any reviews yet then I’d stay away and go with is already working.

      SSD – I have a 500GB SSD and a 1TB hard drive with my current build – I have loads of games installed and I’m happy that I decided to go with 500GB of SSD space. With that, it really comes down to how much space you know you’re going to use. If you feel like you need another 500GB of space that’ll load games/programs extremely quickly then go for it!

      Blue Ray – Not sure what the definite changes are but I agree, go for the newer especially when it has better reviews and what not. I’ll be updating the drive when I go to do build updates in the coming days.

      I LOVE YOU TOO! Lol, this is fun for me and I’m more than happy to help out! Be sure to keep in touch and if there is anything else I can help with as you move forward with your build then let me know! The above video also – go through it before and during the process of putting everything together. It’ll give a lot of clarity as to what/how you need to do! 🙂

      • Richard the less confused guy says:

        Colton, you’ve done it again <3

        Thanks so much for the response!!! Your confirmation has me all set now, so I'll be moving forward with this build. 😀

        I've been researching stuff like crazy in the past 4 days so your confirmation on these pieces puts everything in motion. lol

        I'm literally about to finish watching the PC build, and then order this stuff amazon prime style. So with that being said I had one last question if you have some quick time.

        I decided to go with for my motherboard. Any thoughts? I love the look along with its wifi. Everything else seems comparable to other 1151 MB's as well.

        Oh, and I decided not to get the Blue Ray. Couldn't see myself really using it, but if I need it down the line I know where to look.

        Again man, thanks so much for your time in helping me with my build! If I have any questions during it I know I'll be coming back here. 😉

        • Colton P says:

          Not a problem 🙂

          That motherboard is great, it has everything you’ll need and then some 😀

          Definitely check back here whenever you’re needing to confirm parts and what not, definitely want to make sure everything is in complete order once you pull the trigger! You’re going to have one insanely amazing build man!!

          • Richard the not confused guy says:

            Okay, perfect!! I went with that MB 🙂

            I’ll definitely be checking back here and I know I’ll be watching those build videos multiple times lol.

            If anyone asks about my build, I’ll be explaining/telling them to go here. I love the way this site is set up. Perfect for anyone trying to get the most out of their money. That’s for sure.

            Farewell my friend!
            I’ll probably be back once everything is set up. 😉
            Until then,
            Thanks Colton!

          • Colton P says:

            Sounds good, look forward to hearing about the build!

            You’re welcome 🙂

  10. Cristi says:

    Hey Colton, what is the difference between the gtx you used in the build and this one:

    • Colton P says:

      Hey Cristi,

      The card linked above has a higher base and boost clock speed for a lower price. It also has better overall cooling.

      Let me know if I can help any more as you move forward with your build, I’m all ears!

      • Henry Scarborough says:

        Hi, first off, loving this build. However, I seem to have reached a snafu in my process as I have been connecting my power supply to my various parts. The motherboard has two slots for CPU power, but when I try to plug them in one of the plugs has a 2X4 connecter that has nowhere to plug into. I had read on some forums that I could proceed without this 2×4 connecter, but my mobo states that no CPU is active, how do I fix this, will I need a converter>

        Thank you,

        • Colton P says:

          So you’re saying you can’t simply use that other connector to the other slot on the motherboard? Or am I confused at what you’re asking?

          The motherboard calls for using both of the CPU power connections? What does it say in the manual about the CPU power connections?

  11. Mike A says:

    Hey colton will this case hold a 1080 nicely?

  12. AnyOtherWay says:

    Personally, if I had a budget of $2000, I’d build it quite differently, but that’s because I like choosing stuff for myself.

    I’d change, first and foremost, the cooler. I don’t care to overclock, and I assume setting up a liquid cooler is quite a pain, so I’d probably get something like a $60-70 Noctua CPU Cooler.(I once had one bookmarked that seemed good, but I removed that bookmark, and don’t remember what it was called) That would probably save $60-70 there.

    Next, I’d pick a different PSU. I wouldn’t be overclocking, and far as I can tell the motherboard can only SLI two cars, so there’s no need to have 1000 watts. I’d rather have an 850 watt platinum/titanium rated, like the EVGA SuperNOVA P2/T2 850W. Probably the P2, which costs $30 bucks less then the one here.

    Maybe different ram and case? I don’t know enough there to know for sure, though. As well as perhaps a different GPU? Again, don’t know enough there to really say. I’d also get a cheaper disk drive thing. Something like the “Asus 24x DVD-RW” for $40 less. Or skip it, and save $60.

    I’d get a bigger HDD, at least 2 TB, maybe 3 TB. If you’re gonna have that much SSD room, I think it’d be nice to have that extra HDD room. So that might bring it up double to triple or so? I don’t know enough about HDD’s to know.

    Overall, that’s probably all the changes I’d make, other then case fans. I wish you did reviews on case fans, not the important part of what I’m mentioning now though. This build guide is pretty good, and it’s quite fun seeing what I’d do differently over it. Overall, if I made a $2000 build, I’d save $130-$160, then spend $50-100 more or so, so it’d be a saving of about $80-110/$30-60 compared to yours, of which would probably go to some nice case fans. Or, the less likely, peripheals. Quite nice, are you ever going to do a god build, something where you just go all out on parts for a highly insane build, like $10,000+? It’d be quite interesting, I think.

    • Colton P says:

      Interesting and notable changes there, there’s a lot you can do with a $2,000 budget it all comes down to how someone wants to really get it done.

      I’ve thought about doing resolution specific builds and game specific builds… Would be pretty interesting to see what all I could fit into a $10,000 PC… multiple graphics cards for sure!

  13. R0B says:

    Question about the cooler, I plan on using a Deepcool CAPTAIN 240EX on a Asus Z170-AR ATX with a Intel Core i7-6700K. Just wondering if the cooler is alright, I’m trying to go for a white and black build which is why I chose that particular cooler and ofc it had good reviews on it as well. Would like some feed back.

    Also I’m getting a GTX 1080 8GB Strix, what monitor would you consider for this build ?

    • Colton P says:

      Hey ROB,

      Looking at some reviews of it, the cooler seems like it’d be a good choice. I’ve never personally heard of it but from looking at what others are saying, it’d be a good choice to go with.

      As far as a monitor, if it’s within your budget range, you’ll definitely want to go with a 1440p or higher resolution monitor. The 1080 is going to be able to work with games at even a 4K resolution so that’d be your best bet. Look for 4K monitors that have high response/refresh rates – take a look at some on Amazon!

  14. Andrew Murray says:

    Will the Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 work also with this build?

  15. Ashkan says:

    Hi thanks for the great build. Is there a store which I can buy all or almost all these parts together and pay monthly?i.e. financing.

    And the send all of the stuff together?

  16. Caleb says:

    Would the Apevia X-Hermes metal case from the $1500 build be okay for this build? Thanks!

  17. The Master says:

    Can I use this ram instead?

  18. Brayden Johnson says:

    SO all we have to buy now is the monitor, power cable. Or is there more? I don’t have much of an idea

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  20. Michel says:

    I have a MSI 990 mother board with a9590 CPU will this GPU work with my computer

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