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  1. Ok Thank you I will go for the NH-U14S now and later if I’ll decide to overclock I’ll buy probably a liquid cooler. Thanks a lot Fabrizio
  2. Hi! Thanks for your answers. I think I am not expert enough to delid a CPU: it's my first build so I would prefer to avoid this operation. The RAMs are the Trident Z and I could also buy a 750W Corsair RMi Psu. I think I won't do OC in the firts period of use, so I could buy the Noctua air cooler now and then switch to a liquid cooler from Corsair or Cooler Master, like the H100i. I have to possiblity to pay the MSI or an Asus TUF Z370 Pro motherboards less than normal, but the choice is limited to these two Mobo. The 144hz 1080p monitor would be the Samsung C27FG73 and the 1440p one would be the HP Omen 32''. So the indecision would be on the cooler. I would prefer to save some money now and buy later a liquid cooler to overclock the Cpu. Let me know what do you think. Fabrizio
  3. Hi guys! Finally I am going to buy my first real gaming PC. It will be used for P3D but also for classic gaming replacing my Xbox. I think an i5 would be a good compromise between price and performance. So what do you think about thid build? - Intel i5 8600K 3.6Ghz Coffee Lake 1151 Processor -Msi Z370 A-PRO 1151 Motherboard -Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB. I found a good price on the ASUS Strix and on the MSI Armor. What's the better choice? -16GB DDR4 G.Skill 3200MHz Ram. -Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD -Noctua NH-U9S Cpu cooler -Corsair rm650i 80 Plus Gold PSU -NZXT H440 Case About the monitor I was not sure if buy a 1080p 144hz one or a 1440p 60hz one. Fabrizio