Please give us the schematics.
Triggered by my comment?
When 90% of the photos, are all taken from the same exact angle as the previous....
I think he plans on getting some water cooling. Or he will buy my old Hyper 612v2.
No a friend of mine has it. We plan on overclocking it after he buys another cpu cooler. I already have a new computer.
Yeah it is nonexistent. I didn't know what cable management was back in the day haha.
I will be upset if this does not get featured.
In the description you said you may move the VEGA56 to a SFF build soon due to the noise? If you already think the GPU sounds like a jet engine. It will be even louder in a SFF case with more limited airflow.
You got a pretty decent chip man. You can try BCLK overclocking to get it to 5.2.
This is practically the same as the first computer I had ever built. I just had a 760.
Ram prices have actually dropped a good bit from 6 months ago. I can find 3200mhz RAM for the price I had paid for 2666mhz a while back.
I guess, but you would only ever be able to upgrade to a 8700K, kind of pointless in my opinion since you already have a 8700. To get any chip other than a 8 series you would have to purchase a whole new motherboard. By the way, the whole "Ultra Durable" thing is mostly just marketing. The vast majority (90%) of Z chipset motherboards all have those kind of features. Like one thing they advertise is Solid Caps, that is considered to be basic/common on all motherboards, not just Z boards.
I also figured out why the mans temperatures are so high. In the picture, the AIO is blowing air out of his case. Which means his GPU's hot air from inside the case, is being circulated through his CPU cooler. Making his temps go way up, moving his radiator to the front of the case as an intake would fix everything.
I would recommend a big tower cooler like one from Noctua or a liquid cooler. Seeing that you have a K chip and a Z board, you will most likely overclock in the future. Those type of cpu coolers will provide enough cooling for a 8700k.
Why 1000w PSU? You could have 2x 1070Ti in that system and you still wouldn't get close to 1000W.
$215 is not even bad for a 2TB ssd..... And how do you know, how much space he needs?
Nice, I am at 4.5Ghz with 1.185v, at 69c after an hour of Prime95. I'd go higher but I like to keep my AIO pump on "quiet" mode. The pump is so damn loud.
Yes I was thinking the same thing. I have a overclocked 8600k and the same H100i, I get the same overclock but with around 70c on the cores. The builder did not put post the CPU voltage, maybe they have it set on auto and the board is pumping more voltage than needed.
Why did you decide to go with the 2200G if you bought a graphics card? The 2200G was meant for people who want to game, but either don't want or do not have enough money for a GPU.
I would have gotten a better cpu cooler.
Why a Z370 with the 8700?
It is a cool build, but not my cup of tea. I personally prefer to be able to see my hardware. I understand the "theme". But its kinda 'meh' in my opinion
Should have gotten slower memory speeds for more RGB.
I've personally had several instances where programs like Unigine Heaven or Valley not reporting correct clock speeds. Personally I like to validate speeds with the actual OC software. And also have HWinfo/monitor open too.
Sure, skip to 8:30 if you don't want to watch the whole thing. That is where Buildzoid talks about B450 VRM's.
Thank god you didn't put a Ryzen7 at 1.3v on this board.
Way too many people run Cinebench for stress testing. and then claim that it is stable. NEGATORY
There really isn't a good way to hide em.
Now you are just trying to show off....
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Does this 240mm AIO actually cost $360??? You can buy 3x H100i's with that......
B360 motherboard with a K chip? And does that 8600k bottleneck your 1080Ti?
Lol I feel you. I've gotten my hands cut several times on my cooler, trying to plug my 8pin CPU into the motherboard. I ended up having to get chopsticks to push them in cause the gap was too small.
Very nice, i bet it was a pain in the *** doing this custom loop in such tight spaces. +1
Make sure to activate your memory's XMP profile in bios. It will get you more performance with Ryzen chips.
The majority of games are GPU bottlenecked, which means CPU spec is not as important as GPU spec. (it is why you see people turn down the resolution when testing CPU in those YouTube videos) I think that 4790k will be perfectly ok for another year or two. I just hope the builder did not actually spend $1400 on that 1080Ti.
If you look at Gamer's Nexus video on a Nvidia FE teardown. He finds out that Nvidia put a multi color PCB controller onto these GPU's. But locked the color to green.
For the RGB!
So is it the thermals, or the fingerprints that make you say, you do not have an all glass case again?
He tell's you the overclocks at the bottom of the paragraph.
Did you drink some coffee before you took these photo's?
What kinda problems you have with the GPU?
Oh, I read that wrong. My b
Naw, those are Noctua fans.
Save the GPU!!
it tells you this, on like 100% of all motherboard manuals.
Load times depend on what SSD you have. When i switched from a HDD to my 960Pro, game load times went from like 25 seconds in loading screens. To less than 10 seconds, more like 5 or so.
It really helps a ton, not to mention your pc no longer will have a bunch of whirring loud hard drives.