Decent budget build u have there bro, very balanced build :)
Intake fans and exhaust fans how many?
Oh now i c. I agree that 40% off the cpu could result in other better components.
I myself would save up some money to get a quad core
oh I c
Adding a 750 ti to the list would make it a great budget PC
I'm guessing u chose the 5930k for future upgrades and the Black Friday Sale, right?
Definetly a nice white/black themed build. Nice job with the cable management. However, I myself would go for Skylake, since it has better power efficiency and ddr4 ram is starting to get cheaper these days. BTW 16 GBs of RAM for 180 dollars seems kinda overpriced.
I thought he said medium-high gaming. I'm guessing 1080p 60fps on at least med settings, for that a gtx 950 would have served him better.
Will someone please explain why a gtx 660 is in there?
Solid pc there. Though I'd either get a beefier air cooler or a liquid cooler for better overclocking. If only there was another 980ti in it...
Nah it looks boring. But, when they see you chewing up fallout 4 1080p 60fps, the look on your friends face WILL be funny. :)
Thx for the reply but how about filling up the loop again? I have heard that it is quite a troublesome job.
One question. How was your experience bleeding and refilling the predator. Was it hard or easy? What problems did u encounter?
I definetly recommend a gtx 950 or 960, preferably a 960 if you are willing to save up 30-40 more
My school uses this pc for students. Yay everyone stick a core i7 and crossfire in it so we can run ie !
Although I wouldn't recommend going with case-included psus if you had a larger budget
Just keep in mind that the builder is on a tight budget and wants a pc to work just fine
Though I agree that antec's one are pretty good too
Cyperpower is different to what I meant, as I wanted to compare coolermaster's psus with the ones in dells, asus, or any other brand, while cyperpower is a custom boutique pc builder that uses parts with higher quality, but don't forget that the pc will be more expensive with the same specs.
I agree but don't forget that he/she is on a really tight budget, and the thing is, he just wants a psu to work, and cooler master offers great budget cases with psus that just do that
Trust me they work fine and really aren't that bad
They work fine if you aren't putting them under crazy load and are still much better than the ones in prebuilt pcs.
No, but I've heard good things about it, for example better thermals when compared to the 4770k, and most people can get around 4.7 ghz with fine tuning
Nice build definetly, but why go for a k series processor when there's not much more thermal headroom left for overclocking?
Cooler Master makes great cases with power supplies included. They're admittedly not the best, but will work absolutely fine if you aren't trying to do something crazy with it.
An i3 would be nice to have
Maybe get a new case, psu and a gtx 950, keep the other components? I'm sure you'll be able to build a new pc for less than 250 bucks :)
mine loaded in 5 secs after the bios thingy with nothing except windows on it
Right. You need a GTX 970 to play LOL. I say you drop the graphics card, leave the CPU there and stick a 970 in it when you decide to play something more intensive.
How about something like a 1300 watt build?
Thx for clearing this out for me (_-)
Thx for the reply.How about the ax 1500i? Are they of bad quality too? Should I instead go for the 1600watt evga supernova? Or instead go for 2 power supplies?
I've been using them for quite a while but they seem ok
A very balanced build
What's up with the corsair power supplies? Why do so many people give them so much hate? I'm sorry if I haven't caught up to what has happened.
R u sure you need a thousand watts? Personally I'd get a lower wattage power supply with better quality so you have better efficiency. I reckon 750 watts with something like a 80 plus gold efficiency is going to cut it.
I reckon 16gb of ram is more than enough for gaming while running lots of background apps
Dude isn't air cooling for the xeons enough?
How bout bottlenecks?