You don't have to tell me twice
This is impressive
thanks for showing the world, you have inspired (at least) me to make a crazy case
Ok, fair point, but how can I fit something powerful like the 1060 6gb into the build
Ok, thanks. It may take awhile for me to get the stream machine together, I just wanted to know what would work later down the line
Sure, if it can do what I want it to. I'd be fine with any older hardware (AMD cough cough)
I would actually be willing to hard wire it because my internet isn't too good
I'm just saying something small like a node. I'm not saying I need a node, just a size I'd like
How do you figure? I realize I'm a very specific person, and I've learned that you just have to live with some things (like getting up every time you want to plug in a USB drive) thanks for everything though
This is what I would do: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cLfsFd
However, I'd have to return/exchange the hdd or find some inelegant way to stuff it in there, have a useless power supply and CPU fan, and need a new CPU fan.
That's the problem, I'm short a case and an OS. I also don't feel like returning anything else.
I'm just going to go with the spec 3 and custom make a case
That I said a little expensive. I might just have to go with the spec 3
It's just that most people don't even have the money I have to blow a computer. I have lived playing Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, and even CSGO on a HP Pavilion 22cwa, and that is a major step down. It was pairs with a GTx 960m, and the "m" stands for moble, and I have lived. I don't need gsync in a monitor, at least at this moment. I've had that monitor and the laptop screen of a MSI ge72 2qc apache screen.
I realized that, after all I did say "or likely the money" for that case.
You mean like this on the monitor? I could get a higher quality with the v-sync function for less:
The problem still remains, either too far to turn on/plug into. I was doing some research and was wondering if there is a case made in the US or close enough for fast shipping to this one: http://www.lian-li.com/en/dt_portfolio/pc-o6s/
I feel this would be perfect, but I don't have the time to wait (or likely money) to put into it.
I don't feel I need to spend $500 on a gay class monitor, for that would cost me more that the graphics card, which in that mindset, would have prompted me to buy a 1070
I just thought of something, do I need to apply for a mounting bracket, or does the m9a have one in box?
ooohhhhh, I see. thanks
That only supports intel sockets though
Actually, that silver stone is really close to what I want, I have to cheack if I have enough pcie ports though, I gat a micro atx mobo
What about this cooler? https://pcpartpicker.com/product/hmtCmG/cooler-master-cpu-cooler-rr212e20pkr2
I do plan on something similar to, say, a 1080 or the ti, but not for about 2 years. Does that warrant just buying a new psu with a more powerful graphics card (and/or a full system upgrade) at the same time?
Well I think I can have a medium low profile cooler if it is batter cooling. I think I may have just faltered: I want a cooler that is powerful and effective, and may just get a normal cooler.
If it changes anything, I want to overclock to about 3.5 ghz.
I think I would like the headroom of a psu that is 500w or higher. Am I wrong on that matter?
This look better? I can return the psu still.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Suggestion then... I get it mainly because it looked good and was on sale at the same time
Well then what about an $80 liquid cooler. In short, I need the low profile.
I decided to switch to a cheaper SSD. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/kwkwrH/western-digital-blue-250gb-25-solid-state-drive-wds250g1b0a
I intend to do a mod of an aurgument starting style, so I won't say. I need the cpu to overclock very highly and with the mod, I need the CPU fan to be powerful and out of the way
EDIT: are you saying that the cooler I bought will be insufficient?
I had originally gone with a 580 8gb but I can find a single one in stock that doesn't have a rediculous price tag. I alread have some problems with the cooler, mainly not being able to get the bracket. I prefer to go with liquid cooled for my build if I can, and I may just return tge mobo and cooler if I can get better for the money.
I am confused, what are you asking?
But no, I don't need a truly top of the line ssd. I am just about ready to go only with the HHD. I have raised my budget for an ssd from 50 to 60, then 60 to 80 and the to 108. It is almost too much trouble for what it's worth
They claim it will only be this month, that is if we are expected to accept everything about the product a day before its release
The above user did point out that the Vega would be coming out soon, so maybe I'll get a better card when prices drop (even if that is a Vega card)
There is a monitor that is about $180 in there
Then what graphics card, for close to or less, would you suggest for getting, and it doesn't have to necessarily be VR ready. As someone else pointed out in another place, the graphics card is the easiest to upgrade. FYI, I don't have a preference on either Nividia or AMD. Thanks!
Did a little work and research. I am still open to suggestions for the case, however:
which of these cases do you guys think are the best?
thanks, i think i get it now
I have lived with a HHD or a hybrid drive before for my OS, so I don't believe that a higher quality and capacity drive is truest necessary. If you can present it in, say a build, that keeps my price range I may be more inclined to understand.
I ment to ask, do you suggest a full atx mobo?
Thank you. I HAVE actually consudered getting a VR system in the future and that is why I need the card to be "overkill"
EDIT: I don't really care about the color for the hard drive. If it told me off too much, I'll cover it or something
I do not know. I think I need the small size for my later project. But this is why I ask for your opinions.
I do agree with you on some changes, but especially the Graphics, I want overkill. I will look into what you say about the monitor and even use that for a cpu cooler.
Thanks. The case is only temporary and I don't want to spend a fortune on the case.
That is still a good sum of money. I realize I said $1200 build, but the lower, the better. Here's what I've build from yours:
I want 3 tb, so let me do a few changes myself
but 1600 or 1600x?
I think that I will spend the extra $20-$30 for more cores. Thanks
I don't get it noarpoled, your list looks just like misterJ's.