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Help me in my PC build

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  1. vijaylow2

    vijaylow2 Thread Starter

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    Hi guys newbie here .I am in the middle of my PC build. I have bought the following parts
    Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti OC 11GB GDDR6
    INTEL CORE I7-9700K COFFEE LAKE 8-CORE 3.6 GHZ
    Samsung 970 Evo 1TB - NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD
    Corsair RMX Series RM850X - 850 Watt

    Now kindly suggest me a compatible and stable MOBO ,RAM (i m planning for a 3600Mhz) and cooler for my build
     
  2. crjdriver

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    I like the asus ROG Hero boards however they are NOT cheap.The top of the line boards from asus have a lot of features that other boards do not;
    1 Bios flashback. You can flash the bios without having a processor installed. Very useful when you have a processor not supported by the current bios
    2 Secure erase a ssd/nvme type drive. Done from within the bios. A nice feature when clean installing windows OR if you have a nvme drive that has throttled itself
    Here is an example;
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813119179
    As for ram, consult the qvl list on the support page. Generally with an asus/intel build, as long as you stick with name brand ie corsair, crucial, gskill, etc you are fine.

    Do understand that the native ram speed for that processor/memory controller is 2666. With an intel build, XMP usually works really well for setting ram speed, timings, vdimm.
     
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