Please excuse the newbie questions, I haven't had a gaming PC since 2002, Pentium 4 w/ GeForce 4 Ti. So I'll have enough money for a new pre-built gaming PC in September, should I go for one with an i7-8700K and gtx 1080 Ti ? I know Nvidia is bringing out the 1180/2080 w/ GDDR6 pretty soon. I'm not expecting a new Ti card for probably another 9-10 months (late spring/early summer 2019). I'd like to be able to game at 1440p with games maxed out and even some games at 4K with high settings. I also understand that Intel is bringing out the i7-9700K (8 cores, 8 threads) and the i9-9900K (8 cores, 16 threads) sometime in October. I'm thinking the i7-8700K (6 cores, 12 threads) is still going to be fine for at least a few more years, and even the gtx 1080 Ti. I'd like to be able to play Metro Exodus at 60fps in February, even if that is at 1080p or 1440p. My budget is around $2100 and I'll make sure to have a PSU rated high enough (750w) to cover future upgrades, but won't be doing any major overclocking or SLI. I'm thinking a PC in that range should be able to play current and 2019 games well, and by the time that Cyberpunk 2077 and next gen consoles (PS5, next Xbox) are out in 2+ years, I can upgrade to a future gtx 12 series card with Nvidia's 2020 architecture on 7nm. Again, please forgive my stupid questions.