Building a VR ready Computer.

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I'm quite new to all of this and currently ordering all the components I need to build a high usage VR ready computer for a business I'm trying to decide what case will be best, I've had some mixed opinions and I'm not sure if these will have enough airflow with an 8600K processor and GTX 1080ti. These are the kind of sizes I'm looking at, what do you guys think?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/parvum-systems-x1.0-coloured-accent-royal-blue-ca-057-ps.html

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cougar-qbx-mini-itx-cube-chassis-black-ca-013-cu.html
 
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I'm quite new to all of this and currently ordering all the components I need to build a high usage VR ready computer for a business I'm trying to decide what case will be best, I've had some mixed opinions and I'm not sure if these will have enough airflow with an 8600K processor and GTX 1080ti. These are the kind of sizes I'm looking at, what do you guys think?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/parvum-systems-x1.0-coloured-accent-royal-blue-ca-057-ps.html

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cougar-qbx-mini-itx-cube-chassis-black-ca-013-cu.html

I would wait till NV bring out the new graphic cards.
Then you can build your own, which is much cheaper.
 
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I agree with deuse if you can hold on a little longer with luck things will come down in price and get a better choice to boot
 
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