- Sep 10, 2018
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|System Name||His & Hers|
|Processor||i9 9900k @5ghz/ R9 3900X Stock|
|Motherboard||Asus Maximus XI Code/ X570 Aorus Master|
|Cooling||Corsair h150i Pro Push/Pull. 5x Corsair ML120 + 4x Corsair LL120/ Corsair h115i Platinum|
|Memory||32 GB 4x8GB 3600mhz Corsair RGB Pro/ 16 GB 3200 CL14 @3600 CL16|
|Video Card(s)||Asus ROG Strix 2080 ti/ Titan XP|
|Storage||lots of SSD.|
|Display(s)||Asus ROG PG278QR / MSI 27 inch VA panel.|
|Case||Corsair 500D SE RGB/ Phanteks Evolv X|
|Audio Device(s)||Arctis Pro + gaming Dac/ Corsair sp 2500/ Logitech Z 625|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Ultra Prime Titanium 850w x2|
|Mouse||Logitech G903 Lightspeed/ Logitech G Pro Hero.|
|Keyboard||Corsair K95 RGB Platinum/ Logitech G Pro|
I would definitely go Aorus Gaming 7, Asus Crosshair VI, or Taichi ultimate for X470.Just something interesting I picked up now while watching some tech videos on motherboards. Gamers Nexus reckons not to use a 2700X in the Gigabyte AORUS Ultra motherboard
Z390 probably the Aorus Master being the best high end mobo when it comes to what you get for the money as far as VRM. The Z390 ultra is also pretty good from what I've read. The pro is probably fine but connectivity blows.
The Asus line really just comes down to how much you love their bios and aesthetics. That being said the Z390 Gene and Z390 Apex are both very good. I do like the Code but for what it cost I would never reccomended it to anyone unless they love the aesthetics.
The Z390 Taichi ultimate is very solid but not as good as the aorus master overall it does have pretty sweet ethernet though.