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  1. @Master_Scythe knows me too well ;) There are indeed a number of options, depends on your budget really For the Gigabyte options, I've used and enjoy the SabrePro 15, but that is a bit more expensive than the Acer laptop already posted (Similar specs) https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Notebooks/Gaming-Notebooks/68676-SabrePro15-1060-702S
  2. If you think the issues you're facing is specific to the Gigabyte Sabre, please message us here: https://www.facebook.com/AorusANZ/ I can forward you to the appropriate expert :)
  3. The 1070ti really just fits in between the 1070 and 1080 (As you'd expect) Highly recommend going for a 1080 model from one of Nvidia's partners (Like ourselves) Our G1 Gaming has dropped in price recently too, and is a great steal for gaming up to 1440p
  4. The new z370 lineup paired with coffeelake would be a great option if you just want whats newest, otherwise I've been getting some awesome performance on some systems with the Ryzen 7 processors, and have heard a lot of love for threadripper Generally, NVME drives or PCIE drives would be fantastic, and not a problem given your budget If you don't need to go to 4k as well,, the 1080 would be fantastic, otherwise you could look at the 1080ti offerings like the Aorus version?
  5. When it comes to mainstream modern gaming, you're really going to want to look for higher clocked single cores The multi-cores and threads would be great... however, it just really won't compare to even a single core that could smash modern games You could look at a higher core count modern combo, such as the following bundle from mwave: NEW RIG HELP PLEASE BUDGET $2000
  6. If you're not looking to overclock, go with the Ryzen 1700, that way you get an awesome CPU cooler with it as well :) no need for the X series I could recommend pairing it with our Gigabyte AX370 As a matter of fact, Mwave has a bundle offer here: https://www.mwave.com.au/product/bundle-deal-gigabyte-ax370-gaming-k7-am4-motherboard-amd-ryzen-7-1700-cpu-ac03485 And if you wait JUST a little bit longer, you may find some aftermarket Vega cards :) And RAM, I personally love the Corsair vengeance series (Edited mention of budget)
  7. I do love me some projector gaming, just something about it :)
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    Ryzen: Built Another one!

    We've just released our own gaming case AC300W Doesn't come with a power supply though, but does have a front HDMI port which makes plugging in my Vive way easier
  9. That's fair enough haha, hope it all goes well :)
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    Ryzen: Built Another one!

    What case did you chuck in there? Sounds like a great idea for a small build for myself too :) though I'd probably go for 16gb of memory
  11. How's the VR performance on the Vega 56?
  12. Roscosity

    PC Upgrade - Need Advice

    Personally I've been loving PUBG.... but to each their own :P
  13. For smooth 4k gaming, you'd definitely need a 1080ti for a single card solution Alternatively, a 1080 or 1070 would be great for 1440p, so if you're planning to game at 1440p, you could save a fair few dollars there And if you get an aftermarket card like a 1070 Aorus card or something, you won't have to worry about thermals
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    Being forced to transplant!

    Glad to hear you've got your gaming PC up and running again :)
  15. We've done VR displays with 480s and 580s, so if you were to get a more overclocked card like the Aorus RX580, that should be totally fine for VR gaming :)
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