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Old 12-03-2019, 09:55 AM   #7
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No, I apologize.. I thought about it after that maybe you were just very inexperienced with hardware. Nothing wrong with that, and sorry if I made you feel uncomfortable asking questions. I just thought when you asked that maybe you were just messing around, just because you aimed pretty high and then asked if that would do. The answer is definitely a yes, for the majority of musicians out there. But again, it depends on what you do, and also might be a little overkill (but if you're OK with spending that much, maybe that isn't a concern).
Thank u ! I feel much safer. at least the CPU choice isnít wrong.
Reason why I wanna get a high-end Hackintosh is becuz Iím a lazy guy lol,
I wish I can have a long-lasting computer, at least wonít have to get another
new computer in short term just becuz itís not powerful enough anymore.

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Upgrading hardware can be a bit of a rabbit hole though...
Yeah I can smell it, just like upgrading my outboard gears, it never ends.

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Because the i9-9900 is a different socket type / chipset than the E5, that means you'll need a new motherboard as well. Your RAM is also DDR3, so there's another upgrade required (RAM isn't too terribly priced though) - to DDR4, and a faster speed. At least you have an SSD drive, so not necessary to upgrade there, but if you had the money, you could consider an nVME SSD to complement that drive... that would be where I'd install the important stuff that needs quick access (OS, for starters, DAW, some VSTs depending on space available). This upgrade is already getting pricey as is though, so you may want to hold off on that. That's always something you can do down the road too, and this wouldn't be the top priority. One more thing, I believe this doesn't come with it's own cooler, so there's another thing to buy. Not sure what pairs best with that CPU though, as I've never had to research that.
After research
I chose

Motherboard : Z390
Radeon RX 570 8G VRAM
Cooler : Noctua NH-D15
Case : Fracal Design Define R5

Did some research on the cooler, seeemed 9900ks Ďs temperature is freaking hot.
And I heard rumors saying tat watercooling system has chance to leak?
(never had a watercooling experience anyway..)Canít let that happen..so I skipped that option.
Seems Noctua isnít a bad choice though...at least the reviews on internet arenít bad .


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Hopefully this hasn't discouraged you at all from making an upgrade. There's more to it than it sounds, on the surface, but it'll be worth it in the long run. You will be well ahead of the game with that i9-9900KS.
No no not at all, as I said, Iím really appreciate yo info!
Lesson learned !
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