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Im Looking to upgrade my PC a bit but dont know where to start

Hi so this is my build:
https://www.pccasegear.com/wish_lists/723880
https://www.pccasegear.com/products/23195/lg-bh16ns40-16x-bd-r-blu-ray-writer-oem
https://www.pccasegear.com/products/32839/asus-z170-pro-gaming-motherboard
https://www.pccasegear.com/products/27992/evga-supernova-g2-gold-750w-power-supply
I want to start upgrading it a bit but im not sure where to start, im looking for suggestions please :) I use my pc for gaming, live streaming, video editing and daily use. currently using 3 screens.
Cheers for you help!, Callum
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  1. I'm not sure you really have any meaningful upgrades available unless you want to go SLI on the GPU, something I don't see the need for unless these are >1080p resolution monitors, given the relative craptasticness of multi-GPU solutions.

    I think a better question would be *why* are you upgrading? What specific task are you trying to do that is either failing to meet your needs or you need to upgrade significantly?
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  2. DSzymborski said:
    I'm not sure you really have any meaningful upgrades available unless you want to go SLI on the GPU, something I don't see the need for unless these are >1080p resolution monitors, given the relative craptasticness of multi-GPU solutions.

    I think a better question would be *why* are you upgrading? What specific task are you trying to do that is either failing to meet your needs or you need to upgrade significantly?


    Im gonna be buying a bigger ssd so i was thinking if i should upgrade while im shopping around for one as ive had a couple parts for a while now, i will be going for 4k on my main monitor though soon
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  3. Callum_C said:
    DSzymborski said:
    I'm not sure you really have any meaningful upgrades available unless you want to go SLI on the GPU, something I don't see the need for unless these are >1080p resolution monitors, given the relative craptasticness of multi-GPU solutions.

    I think a better question would be *why* are you upgrading? What specific task are you trying to do that is either failing to meet your needs or you need to upgrade significantly?


    Im gonna be buying a bigger ssd so i was thinking if i should upgrade while im shopping around for one as ive had a couple parts for a while now, i will be going for 4k on my main monitor though soon


    In a setup like that, you could argue for a second 1080ti.
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  4. DSzymborski said:
    Callum_C said:
    DSzymborski said:
    I'm not sure you really have any meaningful upgrades available unless you want to go SLI on the GPU, something I don't see the need for unless these are >1080p resolution monitors, given the relative craptasticness of multi-GPU solutions.

    I think a better question would be *why* are you upgrading? What specific task are you trying to do that is either failing to meet your needs or you need to upgrade significantly?


    Im gonna be buying a bigger ssd so i was thinking if i should upgrade while im shopping around for one as ive had a couple parts for a while now, i will be going for 4k on my main monitor though soon


    In a setup like that, you could argue for a second 1080ti.


    what are the benefits of running more that 1 graphics card?
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    There is nothing you can upgrade for a 1151 build that would be a significant difference. The 7700K is slightly better at gaming that your current CPU. You could go more RAM and maybe even faster RAM. Maybe the PRO edition SSD over your EVO though performance would be a
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