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Pending OP Response What cpu is perfect and future proof for gtx 1080 Ti at [email protected]

Rafid

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I will buy a gtx 1080 Ti and Dell E2016HV. So what cpu is cheapest but perfect and future proof for [email protected]? And also what the cpu will be if it is 1080 Ti mini and [email protected]?
So here is my 4 question-
cpu for Ti and 900p
cpu for Ti and 766p
cpu for Ti mini and 900p
cpu for Ti mini and 766p
 

phillpower2

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I will buy a gtx 1080 Ti and Dell E2016HV. So what cpu is cheapest but perfect and future proof
It is not possible to suggest a CPU without knowing what motherboard it needs to be compatible with.

Other considerations are how much RAM will be involved and what speed will it be, what power supply unit will be used to power the whole system what programs you want to run at the settings you mention + will these programs be run from an SSD, a hard drive or online such as streaming/gaming/
 
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Rafid

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By cheapest I meant that among all the compatible products which one is the least priced. And to philpower2, after selecting cpu. I will select psu, then the mobo. And games will be running at max settings and ram will be 2 channel 16GB.
 

phillpower2

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And to philpower2, after selecting cpu. I will select psu, then the mobo. And games will be running at max settings and ram will be 2 channel 16GB.
Not the correct way to go about things and if you do go down that path you are likely to come unstuck, the first two items that you must pick are the CPU and MB/MB and CPU, it does not matter which way around as either way you have to make sure that both are compatible with each other, once this has been done you choose your RAM, it has to be done this way as many CPUs and MBs have different speed limitations for the RAM, what may be compatible with the CPU may not be with the MB, MB manufacturers go to the trouble of providing a qualified vendors list (QVL) to help make sure that people can choose a CPU and RAM that have been tested and proven to be compatible with their board, some also list other compatible hardware such as PCI-E SSD devices etc.

Is Ryzen 2600 will be future proof?
Nope, no tech equipment is future proof.

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