I don't know why it won't run. I don't feel like trouble shooting or making it work.
I didn't need to. I put my hand inside right after booting it up, and after ten minutes of it running. If you ran this for more than an hour I would keep an extinguisher nearby.
Of course! A ten year old PSU and cardboard... match made in heaven. :)
I know... I would say the same thing if I were you. I actually have some Police car lights i might add... if I can find their battery.
I actually have an I/O shield that cam w/ the mobo, so I think I might just spay paint it brown and tape it in place.
That was on purpose. I didn't feel like cutting it exactly to shape, but I'll probably add it later
In regards to the title:
Yes! I will eventually get a 1060 6GB.
Thanks! Good luck to you in your build!
Wow, looks like switching the slots did it. I'm stable at 2933. (so far)
I guess the lesson is Doing the opposite of whats shown in the manual gets you stable at higher freqs. that sometimes the simple things fix it.
Ok, So I had some interesting results. I tried each individual RAM stick in the correct slot, both times at 2933. They booted into windows alright, and I fired up Unigen Heaven. Bench marked both times with to stability issues. I'm guessing this indicates an issue with the mobo and dual channel?
The BIOS says 16-18-18-36.
And for some reason it's no longer stable at 2800. I did 3 hours of stress testing and it was fine but crashed during a browser game for some reason. I wish i went with Intel, then I wouldn't have had to deal with any of this.
I'm trying to hit 2933.
Same thing. Instant Windows crash.
Have not OCed anything, I need to get a better cooler first. I put in the number because the 2933 the profile defaulted to wasn't working.
Nevermind, I gues you were right. It's running at 2800. Any way I can get it to 2933, though?
I am running the newest BIOS. The RAM is not even running at the advertised 3000, it's set to 2933 in the XMP profile, I doubt lowering it will help.
Beautiful case, should be great for water cooling if you wanted to get into that. +1
Beautiful build. As others said, make the SSD your first upgrade. I did, and trust me, you won't want to go back. +1
That is the only XMP profile. I would be RMAing the RAM.
Or do you think it might be better to wait and see if it's possible in a future BIOS update? Or would it be wiser to RMA?
It's not on the QVL list, so I'm guessing not completely compatible. I'll have to RMA it, which stinks because I already had the RMA something once in this build (thanks Newegg). I'll choose something from the QVL list next time.
The 500GB 850 EVO is a great SSD! I have one in my build and it works like a charm. Nice build!
+1, It's not bad soda.
Nice build! I love how it looks on the desk!
Nice ITX build! Just curious, what were you selling it for?
My WIP build is using the same CPU, RAM, and case! Any issue with Mobo compatibility? Mine was advertised to be Ryzen 2000 ready, but Newegg lied.
I had this exact problem. False advertising
Nice Cat! +1
I have 12GB in my laptop, and never go over 6GB Unless running a VM to play retro games on Windows XP. And that's with stuff in the background on the native OS. 8GB is enough for the budget minded, but I would still recommend 16GB+
Nice build! Welcome to the master race!
Love the consistency! Great build
New most expensive build!! Please add more pictures
By far one of the most beautiful builds I have seen. I like how cozy it looks!
Nice build, Looks good!
"Your using a PC to serve a console??? Madness!"
PC Master race aside, good build. I like the node 202, seen some good stuff made in it.
Thanks, I'll keep this in mind!
She'll have the best looking homework PC in the school! Nice build!
The huge desk with the tiny keyboard looks neat :)
You think it would be a threadripper build xD
I like the case, though. Very nice build.
Got to love these spare parts builds. Nice!
Thanks, but I'd rather build something myself. If I was smart, I'd go with a prebuilt to save on the GPU and have it guaranteed to work out of the box. But I want the experience of building it myself, it's something I've wanted to do for a long time.
But that begs the question, why are you selling it?