nope.. above one TB is only 5400 RPM.. I didn't know that either and made the mistake and bought the 3TB blue one... Don't get me wrong.. it runs perfectly fine.. just a bit slow
but the 1030 is barely better than the 2400G
Skip the Watercooler. It is not needed. I would get a good looking air cooler though.. something like a cryorig h7 quad lumi. and yes you can fit an m.2 drive on that motherboard.
Yeah.. The newer boards will ship with the latest BIOS version. But there are still a f*ckton of boards around with the "older" Bios version.
No.. if you want to stream I would at least get a ryzen g 1600 and for the GPU a gtx 1080. The 1080 might be a bit expensive rn. But the 1060 6GB would handle overwatch on 1440p on decent settings at decent FPS
PCPP never adds peripherals to their build guides.. they have said it like a 1000 times
Yes! This will play all those games perfectly :D
that only has 120GB SSD though.. but you are right.. I would have gotten a good air cooler and invested in a 1060 instead
Why should he get other components when he already built the system? and Ryzen likes faster memory.. And if he likes RGB its his business...
Great build dude :D I always love to see people do those kinds of builds +1
So I'm think to get this wifi adapter too The PCE-AC56 though. But I'm having trouble figuring out the stuff with the PCI-E lanes with my i7 7700. I have a 960 evo too. So if I get one that would mean that 8 of the lanes would go to my 1080 Ti, 4 of them to my 960 evo and one would go to the wifi card?
Great build :D I also used the Focus + platinum in my build.. but the 750W version ;)
And you put the wrong PSu in the Part list ;)
Is that an LED strip on top? if so nicely done.. good placement :D
What PSU are you using?
Yep :D their Focus + line up is great. They have Gold or platinum certification and are fully modular :D
Will ya update the GPU after the prices drop?
Yeah.. If you want 4k I would look at something like a 1080 or a 1080 Ti. But you might have to wait until the prices drop
Nice build! If you want to upgrade the PSU I recommend Seasonic PSUs. They make probably THE best PSUs and they have a ten year warranty. ;D
you mean downscaled?
nice build :D but if you plan on playing 4k I would upgrade the GPU. allthough the market is messed up rn.. you might as well wait a little
Well thats a bad rule of thumb in my honest opinion.
Ryzen really benefits performance-wise from faster memory.. nothing to do with fixed issues
thats so crazy.. not even a gtx 1050 TI for under 200 $
nah.. this PSU is great! Seasonic make awesome PSUs.. that way you can use the PSU when you decide to upgrade. And why would you judge the pricd of the PSU by the price of the case?
To be honest I would upgrade the CPU first... maybe get ryzen or an i5 8600k. advantage with intel rn is that you dont have to get 3000+ Mhz Memory.
Personally I would rather get a kick *** 2560x1440p, 144Hz, IPS, G-sync monitor
Nice build :D i would get a 1440p 144Hz monitor next though :D the GPU is a bit overpowered for this monitor :D
Our university provides one copy of windows 10 education per student for free. My other buddy also used his copy on "Bert" and I used my copy on my build "kerstinator". ;)
no clue what he meant
yeah a gt 1030 on low settings 1080p and you should get 60fps
Yeah.. I would wait until the prices for GPUs decrease.. rn the market is f*****
I would wait right now anyway because of the GPU prices. But building a PC is actually way easier than you think. Just watch enough videos and youtube and do the research. I learned how to build a PC with youtube.
yep.. its impossible to build anything rn if you dont wanna overpay
Yes.. if you want to use WIFI you need an adapter.. something like an internal PCI-E card or one of those USB sticks will do the job
Quite well.. on 1080p on medium/low settings at 60FPS
Here you can buy separate GPU blocks for AMD cards and 120mm, 240mm or 360mm aluminium rads. Just dont mix the fluid gaming kits and the regular rads ;) sexy build though
To be honest I have no clue about re-installing windows. you might ahve to look around for a bit.. But trust me.. it'll be worth it. The boot times are soo much quicker.
Nice first build :D +1
Are you going to save up for a SSD because that would be a good thing to add. Something like a 250GB would be perfect so you can install the OS on it and one or two of the games you play most. Thats a good price for the gtx 1060 6GB, seems like you were lucky to get that deal. And did you like working in this case? I built a high-end workstation / gaming rig with a 1700X, 32GB of memory, a strix 1080 Ti, and a kraken X62 AIO in a s340. I loved working in it because there was a lot of space.
thats quite good ;) u can use AIDA 64 to stresstest
yeah no worries... What are the temps on idle anyway?
Holly crap this is a lot of Thermal paste... that amount would be enough for like 3 CPUs.
Nice build though +1
Yes i still use the PC and its great! i get a lot of FPS with that GPU.
Sexy build! how was the inwin 303 to work with? thinking about getting it too ;)
Nice build! have you delided the CPU?
I have the 27" variant of that dell monitor.. I absolutely love it.. allthough it has colorbanding.. but i've read that dell have fixed that issue.. mine is a bit older so thats why i still have some colorbanding! But during gaming I don't notice it tbh.
thank you very much! I think im gona get this cooler when I have the money to buy it :D
How is the AIO treating you? thinking about getting the S36 too? Nice build :D +1
Thats great to hear! I think i'm gona get the inwin 303 and the S36 to upgrade my current rig kerstinator
Lovely build! how is the AIo holding up? I'm thinking about getting the S36 too