i7 9700K and RTX 2080 System Collection Guide

We assemble a powerful gaming PC with an Intel Core i7 9700K processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. With the collection guide, you can set up your own system step by step, and you can get it ready assembled…

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This computer is sold ready assembled on the QP Bilişim website. Wolfentstein Young Blood is being given away with Nvidia’s game campaign. Users who wish can go to the store and receive it themselves, and customize the product page. For system collection guides in alternative budgets You can check the Technopat System Recommendations section…

    • MSI Geforce RTX 2080 VENTUS 8G 256 Bit Graphics Card
    • Intel i7-9700K 3.6GHz 4.9GHz 12M 1151p F-Tray
    • Corsair Hydro H100X 240mm Liquid Cooling System with White Led
    • Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 2x8GB 3000MhZ DDR4 CL15 Black RGB Ram
    • Corsair RM850x (2018) 850W 80+ Gold Full Modular Power Supply
    • Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SATA SSD
    • Phanteks Eclipse P400S Black Computer Case With Silent Glass Cover
    • On the system page, you can increase the SSD capacity, add additional hard disk, the monitor we used in the video, and make changes. There are also options in the color of the case: http://bit.ly/QPVentus

System Collection Guide Timeline:

  • 00:01 – Where is Recep? In Taiwan’s capital Taipei for the Computex fair. He’s already in the office while you’re reading these lines. Even Mac OS installation guide on PCalso published…
  • 01:00 – Why is the Intel Core i7 9700K preferred? 8 Core, no HT, this gives better performance in some games. It’s also a CPU with overclocking potential.
  • 01:30 – Corsair H100X, a powerful liquid cooling system with a 240mm radiator. We use it in high-performance processors that allow such overclocking to ensure stable operation at high frequencies. For the price and performance balance, we preferred the white LED model, there are also RGB ones, you can also choose RGB models on the product page.
  • 01:55 – MSI MPZ Z390 motherboard allows overclocking.
  • 02:26 – Our Corsair RAM kit offers both 3000 Mhz and CL15, frequency and delay balance, price and aesthetics together. Our iCUE software review…
  • 02:55 – Phanteks Eclipse P400S is a soundproof case as can be understood from the S named.
  • 03:18 – Samsung 860 EVO SSD…
  • 04:00 – We used the MSI Ventus version of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. Ventus is a very robust model with dual fans, powerful cooling, and occupies 2.5 slots. Although it is more affordable than Gaming X, the price and performance balance is very good for the upper level. 1440p resolution is ideal, but those who want can of course use it for gaming in 1080p or even 4K resolution.
  • 05:20 – Our Corsair RM 850X power supply is a very good Gold certified power supply that can handle multiple upgrades in the long run, keeping your electricity bill low. We have been using this model on the Technopat Test System almost since it was released without any problems and we are very satisfied. However, if you want to cut it down from here, there are also lower-capacity options on the system page. (Personally, I don’t cut the PSU – Ali)
  • 07:15 – QP Bilişim is a reliable store where users are satisfied with the system collection guides we have made so far. You can also buy product boxes for products sold with boxes, and they also offer support for customization. That’s why we can recommend it without hesitation.
  • 08:15 – We start assembling systems, first let’s take a look at our motherboard, MPG Z390 Gaming Plus seems to us more affordable compared to other Z390 options. Thanks to the support provided by the chipset, we can install an AC Wave 2 WiFi chip by taking advantage of the CNVi support through the dedicated M.2 port.
  • 09:45 – Our 9700K processor is Tray, that is unboxed and more affordable. We mounted it.
  • 10:30 – Dual channel RAM installation.
  • 10:43 – We took the safe out of the box, looked at the contents of the box.
  • 12:00 – Fixing the motherboard.
  • 12:30 – We remove the PSU, fully modular.
  • 13:00 – Installation and wiring of the power supply. Keep these cables where you can find them for upgrades and disk additions!
  • 13:50 – We assemble our CPU cooler.
    We installed the radiator at the front in order to take better advantage of the sound insulation of our chassis. We did not install a fan on the top, our intake fan will be the fans in this front. We will also have an exhaust fan at the back. You will see the temperature values ​​in the game tests, but let’s say in advance, it is cooled quite well.
  • 16:54 – Motherboard connections are important, fans must be installed in the fan socket, CPU fan connection, if any, and the pump must be installed in the PUMP socket. Then we connect the USB 3.0 ports and the front audio output, and then the case power button.
  • 18:30 – We insert our SSD into the system.
  • 19:40 – We are lighting the interior of the case with RGB strip.
  • 20:15 – We’re looking at the MSI Ventus RTX 2080, it has a backplate, it’s a pretty thick graphics card. Since the V2 model does not fit in small cases, the Type-C model has been removed and its structure has been reduced, while its performance and other features are the same. Our case is large so we want to keep the Type-C port for VR as well, so we chose the regular version.
  • 21:00 – Graphics card installation.
  • 21:55 – We take the monitor out of its box.
  • 22:20 – System collection done! Did we increase the part? We explain why.
  • 23:20 – First run and final explanations.

After that, we will meet in the game tests and share performance details with you. As we mentioned in the video, with a system of this strength, you can achieve the highest FPS values ​​in 1080p gaming, ideal very high performance in 1440p, and use it safely for years. You can even play 4K games, as the system is among the toughest gaming PCs available today.

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Here are our system collection guides in chronological order:

  • i7 9700K and RTX 2080 System Collection Guide – QP Ventus
  • PC Building with Thunderbolt 3 Support
  • Ryzen 3 2300X System Rollup | QP Nova V2
  • Ryzen 2600X and GTX 1660Ti System Assembly Guide
  • GTX 1660 Ti System Bundle: QP Super Nova
  • RTX 2070 System Assembly | QP Gaming Plus
  • Core i5 8400 and RTX 2060 System Bundling Guide
  • Ryzen 5 2600 and RX 580 System Collection Guide
  • Affordable System Collection Guide 2018
  • QP Nova Price – Performance PC Build Guide
  • Threadripper 2 2990WX Workstation Collection Guide
  • GTX 1060 6GB PC Bundling Guide and Performance Tests
  • GTX 1070Ti and Ryzen 5 2600X System Assembly Guide
  • For more Technopat System Recommendations…

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