RTX 2070 System Assembly | QP Gaming Plus

In 2019, it is necessary to assemble a system with up-to-date components. In this context, we are assembling a system with a new RTX series graphics card, a 9th generation Intel processor and a motherboard with a Z390 chipset suitable for it. You may have seen that we said goodbye to hard drives in the systems we have collected for a long time. This system is no exception. Hard disks can cause the system to slow down at the slightest operation. Even if you install all your applications on the SSD, some software queries all the disks on the PC at the first run. At this very moment, if your hard disk is asleep, you are burned out. It may take a few seconds for the disk called spin-up time to start working, and this can drive you mad after a while. In this context, we only used SSD in QP Gaming Plus. Of course, this does not mean that you cannot add a hard drive for additional capacity. You can add the components you want when purchasing the product.

Age of Ray Tracing

The ray tracing technology that NVIDIA brought to the gaming world is just at the beginning. Still, someone had to deal with this issue, and the company cooperated with Microsoft and brought us the DirectX Ray Tracing API. The RTX 2070 graphics card is one of the cards that supports this technology. Of course, it’s up to you whether to open it or not. But it’s good to know that you can enable it in games that support it. Of course, only the graphics card is not enough for this. A good processor and sufficient memory are also essential. In this context, we use a 6-core Core i5 9600K processor and 16 GB of memory in the system. In the game tests of the system, we saw that these components offer good performance when playing games at 1440p Ultra settings.

Stable Power for Stable Performance

If you are collecting a system with high-end components, you should not throttle the power supply. Although 750 Watts is too much for this system, a quality power supply is essential for future upgrades and stable power. In this context, we used Corsair’s RM750i model, 80 Plus Gold certified power supply. This fully modular power supply can also provide information about the power consumption of the system when connected to the motherboard via USB. We removed the hard disk cage to mount the product, which is slightly longer than standard PSUs. If you want to add a hard disk to the system, then you can also choose the VS650 model PSU.

QP Gaming Plus

Based on MSI’s MPG Z390 Gaming Plus motherboard with Intel Z390 chipset, the name of the system was determined as QP Gaming Plus accordingly. The current selling price of the system is 9,901.97 TL.

QP Gaming Plus system you can view it by clicking hereand you can customize it as you wish.

Technicial Specifications

  • Corsair Crystal 460X Tempered Glass Mid Tower ATX Computer Case
    • 2 internal fans
  • Intel Core i5 9600K 3.7 GHz (Coffe Lake) LGA1151 Processor
    • 4.6 GHz Boost Frequency
    • 6 cores
    • Onboard USB 3.1 Gen2 support
    • Dual M.2 NVMe support
    • Reinforced PCI Express x16 slot
  • MSI RTX 2070 GAMING 8G
    • Twin Frozr 7 cooling
    • back plate
    • Zero Frozr
  • Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 CL16 RAM
  • Corsair RM750i 750W
    • 80+ Gold Certified Power Supply
  • Samsung 860 EVO 250GB 2.5” SSD
    • V-NAND SSD
    • 550/520MB/s
    • 150 TB or 5 years warranty
  • Corsair Hydro H45 120mm Single Radiator Liquid Cooling

Here are our system collection guides in chronological order:

  • i7 9700K and RTX 2080 System Collection Guide – QP Ventus
  • PC Build 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
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