Ah thanks! =D
I love how all the blue and white tie in =D Btw, what desk is in the pictures?
You're OP bro, custom loop on your first build? Congrats!
Why u put da specs in da title?
Here's a cup cooler and warmer! Amazon link here
Oh I see, thanks!
Nice! How are the switches on it? This here is the PCPP part link so you can add it.
What keyboard is that?
Cool build! Its nice to see a mid-range system with a high end parts!
Oh wha? I forgot I asked that. I really liked the build btw.
Thank you =D
Oh I watch Tae Keyboards too!
Oh I see, thanks for the explanation, but at the same time, I also can't help but feel that all the other suggestions look like they came from 2005.
Could you please tell me specifically what is wrong with the K840 please?
10, 20 and probably 16 series Nvidia cards are compatible with both Freesync and G-Sync, just make sure that the monitor you get can run Freesync over Display Port if you're getting an Nvidia card and a Freesync monitor. AMD GPUs don't support G-Sync though.
Have you seen the Logitech K840? Logitech offers it with clicky, tactile, and linear switches. Just a heads up, you can't put another set of keycaps or put O-Rings on it because of the fact that the switches don't have a typical stem.
Holy cheese! What sensitivity do you play at? It looks like you have 2.5 inches to move your mouse.
Thanks, I also saw that in Rocket Jump Ninja's review.
It did say on Corsair's site that the memory is compatible with Mystic Light Sync, but yeah you're right, 3 different pieces software is a bit much.
I know this might not be as powerful as everyone else's suggestions, but you can just swap out the 2080s for 2 Zotac 2080 Ti AMP Extremes. I have also seen from Optimum Tech that the 9900K has several areas within content creation in which its pretty good at, and gaming I'm pretty sure is also another area were it can outperform Threadripper. I'm not 100% sure of what I just said, so please correct me if I'm wrong.
For this parts list I tried making it a black build with RGB.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
I mean, there aren't a whole lot of options for 60hz Freesync monitors,
Oh ok, thanks for replying!
Why does the list have the wrong mobo, memory and graphics card?
Ahh ok, thanks!
Ahh ok =)
How was the included PCIe riser cable? I've heard it doesn't have enough bandwidth.
I've heard that the included riser cable with the Evolv Shift isn't the best, what was your experience?
Your build honestly deserved more upvotes, I really do like it =D
Nice! That honeycomb mod to the front panel is really nice!
How is the case?
You're insane, how did you find it?
Where did you get that blue lamp?
Oh ok, thanks for that. Two more questions, where did you get the custom cables, and what light strip did you use?
Thanks! I did consider the non-I H500, but the motherboard I chose for that list only had two case fan headers, and seeing as the H500i had a "smart" fan hub and an LED strip, well yeah. Your parts list is nice as well, the cooler you chose looks nice.
If no one tells them, they'll keep spelling it the same way.
Me inside when someone misspells something: ALERT! ALERT! SOMEONE HAS MISSPELLED SOMETHING HORRIBLY WRONG!!! MESSAGE TYPING IN 3, 2, 1 (keyboard noises)
Could you take a look at my top 2 parts lists? I'd like to see if you have any suggestions.
Quick correction, its spelled Nvidia not Nivada/Niveda.
Oh woops, I didn't explain. It's more of a suggestion than a recommendation because 1, I don't own it, and 2, its like... barely better. Anyways, I looked at 1 star reviews of both monitors on Amazon, the Samsung had dead pixels, the Asus had worse problems. The other reason I suggested it was because the Samsung is curved.
How did you hook up the pump and fans to the mobo? I tried searching online, but I didn't quite get the answer I wanted.
Wow, just wow, your build looks AMAZING. Its bending my mind how you have an AIO at this price point.
For $830 it better. What if there were Minecraft shaders that supported RTX?