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What are you upgrading this holiday season?

What are you upgrading this holiday season?

  • CPU

    Votes: 1,191 7.4%
  • GPU

    Votes: 2,588 16.0%
  • RAM

    Votes: 375 2.3%
  • Storage

    Votes: 1,128 7.0%
  • Monitor

    Votes: 823 5.1%
  • A whole new PC

    Votes: 1,614 10.0%
  • Nothing

    Votes: 8,435 52.2%

  • Total voters
    16,154
  • Poll closed .

T4C Fantasy

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It's this time of year again - time for hardware upgrades, or a new PC even? Getting ready for RTX?
Im one of the 31 upgrading ram possibly xD
I have everything else.
 
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Not this year, I just picked up archery so goodbye $$

Hahaha, know what you mean, I picked up “wet-shaving” about 6months ago, got the gf involved, wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say no more. lol :)

So far spent about $1000 on shaving, because an engineer buddy of mine told me it was less expensive - 100 blades for only $8.29. Yep, the blades are cheap, the rest of the gear can be through-the-roof expensive, shavers, soaps and brushes. Oh well, it’s a great deal of fun to be had, the shaves are so close and smooth, but it does take some practice to get good at it - a mild learning curve involved.

So this holiday season, only grabbing a Maximus XI Apex motherboard for the primary work rig, and an Optane 905P 280GB PCIe Add-In-Card (with cool blue leds :cool:). Sitting out the Intel 9000 Processor Series, it’s the same silicon with factory reset boost clocks and two added cores, and my work rigs won’t benefit at all moving from the current Coffee Lake 6/12s (8700K 8086K), which seem to be the absolute sweet spot for creating very fast lowest latency and inaudible work rigs at this current place in time. :toast:
 

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I have no plans on making any more upgrades to my current pc now. If i buy any thing, it would be a new monitor 4K capable with G-sync. My current X58 system is configured and tweaked to it bedst possible now and intel does not offer something that i think is a must have. Ill be waiting and see what intel can offer when they finally get to a lower NM die CPU.

And gpu wise, i have a gtx 1080 ti so its not like i lag gpu power either and ngreedia's 2000 series cards is exspensive and 2080 ti is not worfh the trouble according to price vs performance and ray traycing you cant even 4k with it on. 2080 non ti does not offer any thing to be desired over 1080 ti in opinion.
 
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Moar storage!
 
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yah,its that time of.... life again.
planning to update my hole game rig.View attachment 111241

my old 4690 and gtx 970 and others can go..

wanna say,still gtyx 970 is good gpu,you can play all games nicely with 24" monitor..but now my list.

btw, new case and psu goes2nd rig, what im gonna sell...i keep my good old good case coolermaster HAF X

lsit is old,and priced has go down but its list...
 
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nope, nothing upgraded but i'm buying another bluetooth speaker just for fun
 
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What is a good keyboard that cost less than $100?
 

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What is a good keyboard that cost less than $100?
There are plenty. I use a Logitech G610 mechanical with Cherry MX Brown keys. The entry level Patriot Viper mechanical kB only has one color (rgb colors on higher end models) is all metal and very satisfying and sturdy.

There are probably 30!or 40 more really good ones under $100.
 
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Just bought the Samsung 970 EVO 1TB for 'only' €222. Not the cheapest but one that's ready available. Plus I get a free game voucher.
 
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Nothing, really. Not exactly the best moment for upgrading, for me at least.

I get the feeling I will upgrade when AMD releases the last iteration of Zen (whichever it may be) for AM4, if I go red, otherwise if I stick with Intel who knows what I'll pick up. Looking back, I always end up building or buying a PC on the latest and last thing available for a platform that is soon to be or already replaced by a newer one (Pentium MMX, Pentium III, Prescott-256 Celeron D for socket 478 and now Haswell, Broadwell doesn't count since I never even saw one single CPU of that type)...

If I upgrade anything at all, it will be storage, since I'm kinda close to the limit of my hard drives, so I'd get another one.
 

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Nothing, unless, a really sweet deal on a video card pops up, somewhere.
 

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Black Friday was a scam this year. Retailers boosted prices 1-2 weeks ago. Shipping prices seem to be higher than before.

RX 580 is around $200 on NewEgg, but with shipping and VAT, the final price is around $260.
 
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Didn't buy anything this time :(. I don't know if I have anything to upgrade to . Wanted to buy 250GB HP EX900 NVMe SSD but cancelled because I am broke atm :D.
 
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Not now, probably next year adding cheap SSD for apps storage
 
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Building a whole new computer. best upgrade will be coming from normal HDD to M.2 SSD disk. much faster loading time and no more cables, just plug into the motherboard and done :)
 
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Bought, a new 2080 ti now wondering if it is a good card,now running test or oc the card
 
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"Almost" a whole new PC.

Bought, a new 2080 ti now wondering if it is a good card,now running test or oc the card
Wondering if it's a good card ? , now let's suppose that it turned out that it's not a good card , then what are the good cards ? LOL
 
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I'll definitely get more RAM. 8GB don't cut it if you wanted to run newer game at maxed settings. Two of such game is Rise of Tomb Raider and Shadow of Tomb Raider, even at 1080p and 8GB VRAM GPU.
 
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I am upgrading to the 9900K.
My 4790K is still fast enough, but 4-Cores uncool.
 
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I'm trying to spot a deal for a good 27" panel g/free-sync. This goal is long over due because of some emergencies and more important monetary needs.
 
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I bought a new 480 GB SSD, the same brand and the same type as I have in my "old but gold" laptop - Team L3 EVO 480 GB for 73€ total. Again, Team L3 EVO was the cheapest 480 GB SSD, just like 1 year ago or so when I bought the same SSD for my laptop.
 
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I voted nothing, but then a week later I end up purchasing components and end up with a complete new system. My Z270 board had a PCIE slot fail so my SLI setup wasn't. Decided to give Ryzen a shot, and gave up on SLI due to dwindling support on new titles.
 
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