Dear Community I plan to upgrade my desktop computer with the new RTX 2080 TI but am afraid my old CPU and mainboard will be the bottleneck in the whole system. They are pretty old (5+ years) so I think about upgrading them also. For gaming, GPU seems to be the relevant factor, so I wanted to ask if you feel like upgrading the CPU and Mainboard is necessary or not? The following are my specs so far: CPU: 1x Intel Core i7 2700K BOX, 4C/8T (LGA 1155, 3.50GHz, Unlocked) Mainboard: 1x ASUS P8Z68-V/Gen3 (LGA 1155, Intel Z68, ATX RAM: 4x Corsair Vengeance (4GB, DDR3-1600, DIMM 240) GPU: 1x Asus VGA STRIX-GTX780-OC-6GD5 (will be replaced by one RTX 2080 TI) Storage: 2x Samsung 850 Pro 256 GB 2.5" SSD (one for OS and programs and the other one for games) 1x WD 3TB 3.5" HD (only storage) Powersupply: 1x Corsair power supply unit AX750 Gold (750W) Display: 1x ASUS MG279Q (27", 2560 x 1440 Pixels) conntected via Mini-Displayport and used as a main screen 1x BenQ RL2450HZ only used as a 2nd screen. No gaming on it. connected via DVI I wonder if you guys see an obvious bottleneck for the new graphics card that I plan to implement? I don't wanna buy a fancy GPU and then it is not able to develop its full potential. I thank you in advance for your feedback or suggestions for new necessary hardware to pair with the RTX 2080 TI COULD YOU PLEASE SUGGEST SUITABLE HARDWARE TO PAIR WITH THE NEW RTX 2080 TI?