New tech is awesome but it's not worth the cost.
New tech is awesome but it's not worth the cost.
Why would i buy your four parts for 600 dollars when i can get a Ryzen 3600 and a X470 board, RAM, Case, and PSU for the same price, AND the newer boards have more features for less price, AND the CPU does just as well in multi-threaded tasks and better in games
EDIT: the fact of the matter is, old hardware is not worth the price anymore, because Ryzen has crushed the market in value. so you have to lower your prices to sell. This is why i haven't sold my older hardware, because i can still use it, and that's worth more to me than the little bit of money I'd get
Yes, but i tend to avoid USB microphones as they can have some weird static issues that seem less common in normal microphones
i'm going to follow up with the current top comment and recommend the SHP9500 and the V-moda boomPro, it's a very good, inexpensive combo and would serve you well
eventually i would save up for a nicer mic, something standalone, because you don't need it immediately
aesthetic in a PC build is one thing, i can even really get behind RGB keyboards and mice, they look nice on a desk, even if they're not my full cup of tea
a microphone is not an aesthetic piece. it has one function, and that function is to transmit sound
it'd be like getting RGB headphones, a waste of your money and you're paying more for an inferior product
alright seriously, you can get a top of the line PC and a DAC that will do you fine for well under 10K
like this one is the highest end i would go for a DAC/headphone amp
diminishing returns are too real with audio, and pretty much any source is going to not sound better than what this can put out
this honestly feels like a troll question, because light-up audio devices are basically worthless.
Hey man no reason to get mean about it, if it works then it's doing its job
first off, disconnect the PC from the internet and don't let it back on the internet until you're sure all the malware is gone
1: run malwarebytes, see if it picks up anything
2: if it doesn't, go into safe mode and try again
3: if that doesn't work you could try booting to a linux system like Lubuntu, it runs off a USB drive. it would let you look through your windows install and pick out individual things to get rid of, plus you could probably scan with malwarebytes or something similar from Lubuntu
that's the general stuff i would try first, before you try deleting any svchost files
If this is going to influence your choice on a motherboard, then you need to take a step back, as all modern audio chipsets on motherboards are competent enough to power most headphones and sound decent
there are so many better things to worry about with motherboard options. i would consider getting a sound card or external DAC if you're concered about crappy audio
if you're trying to help a person you should use proper English while trying to communicate, especially if it about the value of an item
if you want to sell it for 600 i'd gladly take you up on that price lmao.
it's worth more than that. up to you on whether you want to sell it. it's a beautiful rig
i'll have to think on it, thank you for letting me know a price
do you have a set lowest price that you would take for it?
in terms of durability? yeah absolutely, you aren't going to break the switches any time soon by doing that.
in terms of how fast you can click? that's mostly dependent on you, I'd assume. i think it can click kinda fast
I will check when i get home
I have 128 GB of DDR3 ECC if you're interested
PUBG is a lot more CPU heavy than GPU heavy, and i have no idea how bloated the game is now so it might be worth the upgrade. Dr Litch brings up some good points too
i might have to pick one up if i ever go mITX, i'm loving the design
Hey that looks pretty good!
I know autodesk does free trials for autocad and inventor regularly, and you can pretty much get a free copy with any email, and you definitely can if you're a student or have a .edu email at all (i have several at this point)
as much as you can afford is generally my idea with ram, but 32 should be plenty for what you want to do
you can, the way USB wall chargers /car chargers work is they do not output more energy than is needed. The specifications on the chargers are the max output that they can supply.
Think of it like a PC power supply, you might have a 750 watt power supply in your computer, but it is not pulling that from the wall all the time.
the Blue Yeti is a very solid USB option for gaming, and is really common.
You could also invest in something like an Audio Technica AT-2020 USB. It is a higher quality mic than the blue yeti, but either option will work
On modern motherboards, the audio quality is much better than boards from 8+ years ago. you really won't have issues with on-board audio until you go back to pre-Haswell boards.
On the topic of what you are using for speakers, it will sound fine for day to day uses. The only reason you really need to get a proper DAC/amplifier is if you're doing audiophile levels of listening
i would like 'em but RN it's just too much of an expense for me, had some stuff come up
Good luck with sale though
use the stock cooler if you can and wait for it to come back in stock then. that would be the easiest option
ASRock is making a mITX board for ryzen that uses intel cooler mounting, you could use that board and then use the intel version of the Noctua cooler
do you have any photos of the cards?
I disagree with you on the RTX 2060 being hurt due to the VRAM. it was a retail GTX 970 price for near GTX 1080 performance. it was a great card, and for the resolutions you would use that card, 6 GB of VRAM was plenty. All of the current 2000 series cards are still amazing in their own right, and i think a price reduction will help their sales, especially for people who were holding onto older cards waiting on upgrades.
hate to break it to you but without the TV, the rig is only worth about 250 dollars at current used prices.
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with the TV it's probably worth around 350, but you have to worry about shipping it and shipping panels safely is hard.
all these prices i pulled are from the average of sold listings i could find on eBay.
what do you want for it because i'm interested, mainly in the 750 Ti
no thanks, i don't really need the PC currently. just more informing others who might be interested
i have a TEAC UD-501, however i use the XLR outputs for my speaker setup. it all comes down to what you would use the most, and what you have need for
i have two of those monitors, they are really nice. GLWS
i have a copy of Office pro 2010 that i plan to keep using as long as i can. i think it's worth the money if you get daily use out of it, because Office has more functionality than google docs, but you have to determine if you'll actually use that functionality
they're 1920x1200, so they aren't square, if that's what you mean
i have two Dell U2415's and i rather like them, they have good color and i haven't noticed any input lag
the R9 270x would be the most powerful GPU from this list
wish i could afford it, it's a beautiful piece lol
you could probably get away with removing the CPU cooler (leave the backplate on) and removing the GPU. mechanical drives are pretty tough when they aren't powered on, and nothing else in the PC would be sensitive to movement.
you might have a lot of issue selling it due to the size. it's a very Niche item and would be impossible to ship sadly. it's a wonderful piece though, i wish you luck with selling it
the Sennheiser HD 6XX on massdrop are amazing, so there's that. they're only 200 USD
I don't recommend windows 10 home as it's rather restricted compared to pro, but as long as it is a retail key it should work properly
Retail Pro keys (NOT OEM) normally have multiple activations on them, and can be reused a few times. i know they did with windows 7 Pro, and my windows 10 pro key has worked for all of my builds. I would buy one and try it on all the PC's before buying 3 keys
wait until the new ryzen chips come out, see some numbers and see what prices do
it could very well be worth the wait
not high enough to be worthy of such a glorious machine, plus i'm not local to you so shipping it would just kill it
If it's cable then any DOCSIS 3.0 or 3.1 cable modem on Amazon should serve your purpose well, all you need to verify is that is supports 1 Gbps, as some older 3.0 models only go to 640 mbps.
a modem that handles 1.4 Gbps would set you back about 100 USD on average, but you might need a separate router for wifi purposes.
Damn i would love that case and build but it's wayyy out of my price range lmao... I have been dying to get my hands on a caselabs and it was pretty saddening when they went out of business
you might struggle with that as most expansion cards for USB C require a power connection due to the power output of the plug's standard, expecially for USB 3.1 gen 2
i did find this 4-port card however it might be substantially out of your price range
EDIT: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074QGBXSP/ref=psdc_229185_t3_B07L8KCQPT this two port card is much cheaper
How much were you looking to get for it?