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Aventum X ultra ultimate maximus gaming???

Post Date: 2019-01-01

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hugot80 View Drop Down

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    Posted: 01 Jan 2019 at 11:37pm
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Bestest ultimate gaming machine


Special Needs:
Best spec within’ Digital Storm’s options

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So... i am no expert, dunno about the details...
i just want to have the best gaming spec machine available through Digital Storm’s Aventum X...

I speced one up to $12k... but not sure if it’ll work... if some stuff is for not gaming focus...
So what I’m asking is... if money is not an issue...
Could you help me out?
...mada mada dane
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  Quote jakefromstatefarm Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 02 Jan 2019 at 1:22am
Hmmm perhaps putting what you plan to do with it? Gaming at 4k? 2k? Any editing? Any specific thing you want like RGB? That'll help the DS experts to help you out! A Aventum X (future) owner myself I can say it'll take a while to ship (20-25 buisness days) as well as its the holiday rush.

Also perhaps post the spec you have in mind? So we can see all the goodies.
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  Quote Cretae Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 03 Jan 2019 at 7:31am
I'm pretty much the price/performance guy, so not the one to go nuts here.

What I can do is give you some general guidelines. Don't waste money on the i9 X series of CPUs. They are designed for intense number crunching. For gaming, you want speed, and the i9 9900K turbos up to 5GHz, which is crazy fast.

IMO, more than one video card is a ship that sailed away several years ago. An OK idea for future proofing a rig a bit back when 1 GB of video RAM was a lot, it was always poorly optimized, and never resulted in 2x performance. The RTX 2080 Ti has 18.5 BILLION transistors, and 11 GB of DDR 6 RAM. It will crush anything you throw at it all by itself.

Order all name brand parts for their better warranties.

Only get the eye-candy liquid cooling if you are prepared for maintaining it by yourself. The flexible tubing is known to leak less often than the hard line. Special order a flush valve, and pray nightly the algae doesn't show up.

Prefer MSI over Asus. Asus is notorious for poor customer service should you ever need it.

Spend some of that seemingly "unlimited" budget to upgrade your DS warranty.

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