I'd go with an Xbox One controller over the old Xbox 360 controller
Oh man the anticipation is killing me, 10 days later
Oh oops I misread the aggressive part
Yes, he isn't defenseless. No, fighting him over this isn't a good thing. Good moral, but bad way of actually doing it.
..I'm not triggered lol
Don't start making excuses of "well he was also being childish so that excuses me of being so / I don't mind it", just because others did it doesn't make it okay. The guy with the dog isn't in the right here, but you wanting to beat him up and threatening him doesn't make you right either, just ESH for this (everyone's ****** here)
Also good luck trying to steal someone's dog before / after a fight, a dog which was already acting aggressive while on leash lol
My initial point still stands to this comment. Plus, violence won't solve anything in this situation. Maybe shaming them, embarrassing or whatever would. Just threatening and wanting to hurt him like a child won't fix the issue. Violence would just get you in trouble and most likely make the guy think "look what my dog caused, piece of ****"
No offense but you sure are being pretty overly aggressive over this. Being mad and offended over it is fine, but wanting to kick his teeth in and threaten him? Kinda OTT
Too bad the guide doesn't have everything, only the few basics
I find them annoying when someone has a budget of X amount of money, and someone suggests a part or entire part list that uses mail-in rebates, which means the part or part list is out of budget. Soooooo many people I've seen think mail-in rebates are instant savings, instead of how they truly are, pay full price and wait a few months.
The cooler is massively overpriced compared to how it performs, the other comments in this topic provide much better options for cheaper
I've went through a couple large Windows updates with this and had zero issue
I use this one, but it uses antenna and isn't usb lol
Did you downvote both of us lol
Arctic is pretty epic
If you have an insane budget, the 32 core 64 thread threadripper would be absolutely nutty for multicore / threaded rendering and workloads
Best way to achieve what you're doing is to somehow make your laptop act as the monitor / keyboard / mouse for the PC you're wanting to run off of
You have the CPU cooler wrong, it looks like the heatsink is a deepcool branded one
By work I mean be the best match performance wise. Opteron would be the last resort imo, super weak gaming processor and only 2GB RAM on XP
Try the Phenom first, if it doesn't work, then I'd go with the Pentium
For me, as an office PC, this would last a hell of a long time. I can just add another stick of RAM or upgrade the CPU in the future if I needed to, which this list has potential upgrading in mind
Also I don't hoard tabs in browsers lul
What laptop then would you get
Since you're not going to be gaming, the integrated video in the Athlon 200ge / Ryzen 3 2200g / Ryzen 5 2400g are absolutely plenty in your usage
Be sure the adapter has bluetooth too, or get two adapters, one wifi, one bt (the adapter you put in is wired, not wireless btw)
i mean tbh this is a home office pc, not really supposed to be flashy and show-offy, at least it's mATX now but, doesn't have WiFi and Bluetooth like what the OP needs
huge rgb case for a home office pc?
That sure is a large case for what's supposed to be a compact home office pc
To have bluetooth, you'll need a wireless adapter that has it built it, or a separate adapter entirely. You can just use this WiFi / Bluetooth PCIe card so you can have both in one
Oh heck, I could recommend my "The Basic Build" I made out of boredom about a few weeks ago
Plenty powerful for a basic streaming and home computer, has a good APU which should be able to handle 4K content, single 8GB stick of RAM, which you could upgrade in the future, good budget 240GB SSD, good case, PSU, WiFi card if you need it, and a single 120mm PWM fan (which should be placed on the side panel, optimal airflow and cooling for the passive cooler, the said fan on the lowest speed should be well more than enough, and thus silent)
It's also $330 before taxes and shipping.
Should be more than enough for home/office uses, compact and near silent, easily upgradeable too
If you need more power, a Ryzen 3 2200g or Ryzen 5 2400g would work, but you can omit the passive cooler and use stock since those two are a bit too hot for it
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
I'll give more input when it actually comes around
Aw alright, I hope the change isn't as hugely drastic like the cycling website looks
Works great on mobile, though I hope the current desktop site of PcPartPicker isn't replaced when the layout is finalized
I'd rather use FX than a console, but that doesn't make me suddenly life FX.
This, and use a flathead screwdriver, in my experience it works every single time, vs a paperclip being hit and miss
I'd go with this
If you straight up only need the GPU to put out a display, and not to game or compute, then you can change it from a RX 570 to a GT 1030. Doing that will save you about 50 bucks, at cost of 3D gaming / GPU compute performance.
TBH this is a pretty imbalanced list, wastes money in certain places where it shouldn't. Also mail-in rebates don't save money, you still pay the full price up front.
Not an opinion, it's a fact that the corsair ones are way better than the bargain bin sickleflow.
Plus, this is more for the OP to see
Incorrect. The corsair fans are leagues better than the sickleflow
btw sickeflow fans are absolute dogshit, I would not advise getting those
Maybe, search on YouTube "Athlon 200ge Vega 3 fortnite" and see how it performs
The 200ge will mop the floor with the AMD A-8 9600. Way better GPU, MUCH better architecture (it's actually Zen, the 9600 is bulldozer), and much more.
The 200ge's GPU can handle AAA gaming at low, 1080p / 720p, and get roughly 25 - 35fps if you pair it with 8GB of high speed RAM, so it'll be barely okay for that. For lighter and older games, it should be passable.
hardly, most likely it'll be 1-5fps difference
The second list is a DAMN good one, I'd get that, maybe even throw in a Arctic Freezer 33 cooler if you can afford it and need it
600 - 700 is a good price, only up to 700 ish if the monitors are damn good, same with the keyboard and mouse
Also calling that PC a gaming PC is such a sham tbh
Here's a good PCIe one. It's both Bluetooth 4.2 and WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac as well
Guessing with the images, when you install this into the PCIe slot and do the antenna thing, you plug in the USB header cable (which comes with the card) into the card itself, and into your board, so BT will work
Just gonna add some USA retailer links for you
Looks damn good to me! Just remember that if you need to use WiFi / Bluetooth, this build can't use either without a USB / PCIe card