TI Computers TI En­thu­si­ast 1080 Gam­ing

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$3,945 • https://tinyurl.com/y82­drpt7 In­tel’s eight CPU core prod­ucts are in a tough spot. Be­ing some 21% more ex­pen­sive than the Ryzen 7 1800X and hav­ing to slot into the more ex­pen­sive X299 plat­form makes them quite a bit more ex­pen­sive than the al­ter­na­tive.

How­ever, where they still hold an ad­van­tage is lightly threaded tasks thanks to higher turbo boost speeds.

If you are in need of many pro­cess­ing cores for some se­ri­ous pro­duc­tiv­ity work but also like to oc­ca­sion­ally do some gam­ing this sys­tem is tech­ni­cally hard to beat, how­ever you will be pay­ing for that priv­i­lege.

Gen­er­ous sys­tem mem­ory and mass stor­age will make light work of what­ever you may through at it.


CPU: In­tel i7-7820X Cooler: Noc­tua D15 Moth­er­board: Asus ROG Strix X299-E Graph­ics: ASUS Strix Geforce GTX 1080 8GB Mem­ory: Cor­sair Vengeance 32GB RGB DDR4 3000Mhz Stor­age: 500GB Sam­sung 960 EVO + 2TB Sea­gate HDD Power Sup­ply: Cor­sair 750W Case: Cooler Mas­ter MasterBox 5 Case

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