While all of those parts are compatible, there is one thing that i would change. the Graphics card is not powerful enough to run modern games. I would suggest going for at least a RX 550-560 if possible.
Clearing the cmos or removing the battery will remove power to some ram that stores the computer settings in the bios. What this does is it sets all of your BIOS settings, like overclocks and voltage settings back to the default.
It does not delete the bios, or reset the bios version.
P.S. Usually you don't have to physically remove the battery; instead you simply have to short the two CMOS pins on the motherboard.
Even this is probably overkill if you are only gaming at 1080p. I can make it cheaper.
PCPartPicker Part List
Why dont you just post the link?
We have 4 terms and 2 semesters. Each semester has 2 terms.
Term one goes from ~25 January to easter.
Term two is from easter to the middle of the year.
Term three is from the middle of the year to late september.
Term four is from mid october to ~november 30.
Holidays are 2-3 weeks, with the exception of the christmas holidays, which are ~8 weeks.
So to answer the question, yes we do have a similar summer vacation to you, its just in december-january.
Can you make it available. Or post it as a parts list please?
I would suggest ditching the AIO and going with a 3700X
Good. If they are using X264 for encoding, i would suggest changing to a 5700xt.
Much of the build was picked due to aesthetics, but all parts are high quality.
Custom cables aren't necessary, and by cutting down on rgb you could save a decent amount of money.
Which city are you from and what stores are available?
i mean, it'd probably work, but it is an extremely inefficient use of money.
Do you care about aesthetics?
Slightly above budget, but it has RGB, a cool case and a 2080ti.
Slight downgrade on case, but still good. slightly over. If you can spare an extra 10 dollars from this, you could fit in the p350x.
Yes they are compatible.
List is good. Motherboard could be cheaper, and with a slightly cheaper case, psu, you could probably fit a 5700 in.
Here's the list (im not OP)
What Imperious Battlestar says is true.
Quick question: What is your build for?
Use iCue for RGB control. I've heard that the stock Asrock software isnt very good.
If you can spare another $200-300, i would get 32gb of ram and a 2080s. This will make the build last longer into the future.
Is aesthetics important to you, or do you just want a black box?
By 1-2 ssd 2-3 HDD do you mean 1-2/2-3TB or that many actual drives. If it is the second, why?
Also, is water cooling neccesary (ie for aesthetic reasons), or do you just want low temps and low noise?
Is 9 dollars over ok?
G502 is a good mouse
Anything razer, corsair or logitech is good for keyboard or mouse.
Cherry MX browns and reds are my personal favourite switches, but your preference may vary.
Does it have to be ITX (small)
AIO with RGB fans
Extra RGB fans for the back
Motherboard is closer to the x470-prime pro aesthetic.
Chose better ssd (TLC vs QLC)
oops im blind
Corsair ram page
Check down the bottom. Compatible with AMD 400 series motherboards (so yes, 2700x compatible)
Sorry its not intel/nvidia, but this is what i would recommend
Even for a dream build that mobo is expensive
Monitor could be changed to a 3440x1440 one with still high refresh rate
Change the ssd to a 970 evo
You do realise that this is a computer forum, right?
Good specs for the budget.
What about it?
You could go with a much cheaper b450 board, which wouldn't affect performance at all.
If the purpose of the board is for compatibility with ryzen 3rd gen chips, there are still far cheaper boards that you could go with
What games does the mother board come with?
If you get rid of the cooler, you could get a 2070s for the GPU
The parts list is private
Instead of going with the 1660ti that i listed, go with a 2060 like braeden has.
It's a tad bit over, but it has a decent amount of RGB and performance. Streaming to be done using nvenc
What do you use to edit videos?
Looks nice for raw power. Have you considered a Ryzen 9 3900x, which has very similar single core performance and 4 more cores. Not sure about Ryzen vs intel for CAD, some platforms may prefer different CPUs.
In terms of raw performance, your list looks very good. You will need to upgrade the PSU from the previous build if you go 2x2080ti, however, as the power draw will be too much.
You will also need to get another case, as your old one won't fit an ATX board.
Other than that, it looks good
I would go with the 3700x, as performance improvements from the 3700x to 3800x are negligible.
The PSU will be sufficient.
You could get much better performance if you went with ryzen.
No PSU neccesary. RX 580 TDP is 185W. RX 5700 TDP is 180W.
Ditch the cooler. The 2700x comes with a good cooler already (It also has RGB)
Switch to a RX 5700. Same price as the 1660ti, but better performance
The PSU is overkill
Find another, cheaper NVME SSD. It is still NVME, so while it wont be as fast as the 970 evo, it will still be fast enough for video editing.
In that case you may want to go with the 3700x