Thanks! I'll consider going with the first build since I live near a microcenter and CPUs are listed at slightly lower prices. I'll wait for others to give their input as well.
Thanks! I like this build very much! I'll message you if I have any questions
Thanks, very helpful. I guess
When did I say i was going to record another PC? Also, I already have 2 monitor so that's that I guess.
What do you mean by your first statement. "Another" monitor??
I stream mainly Overwatch at a grandmaster level. Twitch.tv/ZinniaOw if you are interested.
I already use an Asus VG248qe
Thanks! I like this build very much!
Thanks! I'll consider this build!
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Thanks! I'll consider it!
The budget does allow more storage. I was unsure about the storage options and I was hoping someone would suggest. It would be at 1080p by the way!
Cause I live near a Microcenter. I thought they price matched online retailers so I was confused why Microcenter was lower. I then forgot they have $30 and $50 off deals for Intel and AMD cpus
Really? I can snag a new one for $280? Heck I could get a 2700x for $280 as well?
I would probably pull the trigger on Ryzen straight'away, but the fact I am gaming on a high refresh rate monitor scares me because of the fact that the 8700k can squeeze out more fps. I may be overthinking myself as with 1080, and the games I play. The R7 probably wouldn't show much of an FPS decrease, as the performance in other aspects probably heavily outweighs the i7.
Ah, I must've pasted the wrong link. I was on both pages at the time.
I'm referring to the headset.
Most likely not. It's not a simple yes or no answer.
One time, I lost my virginity. SO I bought another one. WAIT
sorry pcpp if this isn't appropriate
I mean, you can start off with 8 gb, and if it isn't enough where it caps out most of the time. You could always buy another 8gb stick.
I mean, why not. It wouldn't hurt to try. If you don't notice a difference, you can always revert back to 60hz. You are getting 25% more frames if you do OC to 75hz. I didn't think it was too discrete considering I owned a 144hz. From 60 to 144. It's a 240% Difference.
Go to View your system build. Then Copy Paste the text from "Markup"
Did you get the desk parts from IKEA?
How long is your desk?
Clean setup! +1!
Ok. Thanks! I will look into it.
At microcenter. You can get $30 off of a CPU if you purchase the CPU and Motherboard is purchased together. I was thinking of getting an open box motherboard to save a bit of cash. Which is why the mobo is cheaper
I forgot about that. I don't find them too appealing, however.
Then again, I can always mount my radiator on the top, and use the AIO as exhaust with the RGB facing downwards.
So there is no way to run my aio in a pull config with the rgb loop showing?
Not enuf RGB!!!. +1!
I personally have had no negative experiences with Razer. Despite what the majority of people in this thread on stating. I think the Razer Deathadder Elite is the best mice. It's so comfy, it fits my hand like a glove. The sensor is so good in my opinion when I play FPS games. (Then again, I did upgrade to the DEA from a wireless laser sensor $20 mouse) The build quality, in my opinion, is fantastic. The RGBs are not noticeable when you put your hand on the logo, but it is not a total deal breaker considering the sensor and the build quality heavily outweigh the hidden rgb.
I use palm grip for gaming, but I use claw grip for web browsing for some reason???
I'm only looking to sell the PC.
I identify as a Season 2 Episode 3 Dub
Mk thank you
In the description, I am putting like all the parts.
6700k Etc, with the 1050ti at the bottom
Ok, what do you think the absolute lowest I should go?
-50? Like Deviating? Or typo?
So how much would you sell it for?
"Liquid Cooled i7 Skylake Gaming Rig"
-16gb of ram
-Aftermarket case fans
-Custom Cable Extensions
-White LEDS inside
-Zotac GTX 1050ti
Do you think I should sell the individual parts or bundle them?