Yeah this is a good move. And no the parts are compatible as is.. Just make sure that the GPU fits into the case. Check the maximum supportet video card length in the case specs
Alright :D You could always cancel that one and get a different one if your impatient ;)
Nah.. you only really need two monitors and two cables.. then just plug them both into the GPU. Well you need a keyboard and mouse obviously and an ethernet connection. And to build the system you will need a Philips head 2 and 1 screwdriver. And otherwise you are good to go.
Just follow this guide and you are set
Build looks good. Have you thought about getting a 2TB HDD? and for a monitor a 1080p/144Hz and low response time one. The Asus vg248qe might be something to look at. But you need to connect it via displayport to get the 144Hz
Overclocking the CPU really is optional... The CPU is already a beast as is.. And for stock speeds the stock cooler is good enough.. Ya dont really need a separate cooler... And for the SSD: I would get the 2.5" one..
I would swap out the SSD with a 500GB SSD from Western Digital. It is faster than the one from team group. I recommend the 3D Nand Blue one. And replace the ryzen 5 2600 with the Ryzen 5 2600X. It has higher clockspeeds (it performs a little bit better) and it comes with a much better cooler than the 2600. Otherwise this part list is really solid and a really nice high end PC. If you have any other questions let me know.
I see your point and understand why you want to make sure that the PSu has 2 4+4 pin EPS cables ;)
But it is still fact imo that MOST of the time the mobos run just fine with only the 4+4 pin (for example https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Q9yXsY) and I have seen others working perfectly in person. ;)
But hey I dont wanna argue about this any further.. I get your point.
Have a great day, Lobster
But he also said that even on liquid nitrogen it would be fine even with only the 4+4 pin.. and knowing he actually does ln2 overclocking and stuff and is very experienced i believe him.. Also I heard from multiple people here that their gaming PCs work just fine even with only the 4+4 pin
Really? Buildzoid states here that the 4pin is in fact optional though..
The either your CPU is not seated correctly.. it doesnt get power or the CPU is dead
Should work without the 4 pin
Arent the additional CPU power connectors optional? you can run the CPU just fine even with a single 4+4 pin EPS connected..
If you stick to the build videos
You'll be fine. Just be careful with the parts
You could get extensions from cablemod
Why NVME? a regular Sata SSD does the job just fine and the performance difference in everday use is negligible anyway..
X470 boards are much better than x370 and b350 ones
The F*** are you talking about? The Memory is black, the motherboard costs 130$ and the PSU costs 70$ AND AND AND the case HAS TG. Not every case has to have TG tho. Are we even seeing the same part list?
That will take quite some time
Ah I see.. makes sense :D
oh for gods sake.. why cheap out on ugly memory? :(
Even the SSD fits the theme :D
DONT YOU DARE TO COOK ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
For gods sake!! take the damn tg sticker off!!!
Use the SSD.. A PC without the SSD is just slow.. What are you going to use the PC for anyway? if you want to save money just get a SSD with a smaller capacity
No, you'll be fine
Nope... Maybe a tiny tiny bit on very CPU intensive games.. but otherwise this is just fine ;) had the same CPU and GPU combo
You could also use linux.. windows is just more popular I guess
Don't know.. maybe people who dont get the jokes. my b250 motherboard and my i7 7700 do the job just fine
well the rx480 is still a good card... I would upgrade the CPU in the future tho
yes no problem! the motherboard is compatible
I think so.. If you want to be sure then a 650W would do just fine
whats wrong with that?
10 years thats quite the stretch tbh.. but more than 5 years this shpuld last ya for sure
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
There ya go.. with this 600$ machine you'll still have a better experience than on console..
Yeah.. I would get the 2600X since it is faster and also comes with a better cooler than the 2600
fullsize should fit nicely just check the case specs
bwahaha^ alright :D
That PSU looks sketchy.. might not be a bad idea to upgrade it in the future ;) Nice build tho
I would go with the samsung one. Samsung makes kick *** SSDs.
As for the case the phanteks P350X seems like a very good choice. it costs 70 bucks and has a little bit of RGB lighting :D
Or the Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 RGB. That one has more RGB and is more "flashy". It has pretty bad airflow tho.. But would work i guess
as for a monitor I would get something like a 1080p / 144Hz monitor. there are a ton of options.. monitor selection is all about reading ton of reviews ;).
And for the headset I can recommend a HyperX cloud II its a bit more expensive at around 100 bucks but the build quality is fantastic. I have it and I can really recommend it. If you have further questions let me know.
Nice build dude :D
I have the fans too.. but sadly one of them started to rattle badly.. so bad that I had to plug that one out.. need to get in touch with enermax..
What refresh rate does the monitor have?
just look for benchmarks on youtube ;)
Trust me.. this will run ;)
is it fully modular? and what certification?