There is a youtube channel called Dietec, he has tutorials on how to make backplates, from cheap ones to lit up ones. Don't need a 3D printer.
Link to the video
This is kinda true, the RX series are considered to be more "future-proof" because of DX12, but you won't see much of a difference at all tbh. I prefer Nvidia cuz their driver support is much better and you get stuff like Nvidia Geforce Experience and Shadowplay.
Go with ryzen or coffelake.
Sounds good, the high ram speed will definitely help with performance as Ryzen works better with higher speed ram
If you do need to shave off a few dollars and don't mind losing the RGB, there are a few cheaper B350 options
If your are just using the cd drive for a windows download, you don't really need it tbh, you can do it off a USB
If you want the pc to last you 3 years, you should consider overclocking, if you want rgb, the Asus Strix B350 F has some rgb
No overclock support, and they are more budget based with lower end specs
Yeah that’s good
I wouldn’t go with a A320 board, at least a B350
See if you can find a Seasonic Power Supply or a Corsair CXM series
I would try to spend a bit more to get a B350 board so you will be able to overclock
he told me he will be upgrading to 1440p when he gets the chance
right now its at 1080p 75hz monitor the LG24MP59G, but he will be upgrading later on. Would try to find a higher refresh rate but all monitors i can find are above the budget
lol, like the fishing line
This is a whole new level of cable management
I think the new Inwin 303C/101C have usb c ports.
Why is the GTX 1080 900USD?
Looks good, I would just get an EVGA GPU to match the cpu cooler
I changed the ram on this to a faster speed so you will have better performance
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
this is what i got PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
you will be fine, especially if you overclock it
yes it is compatible
yes it is compatible, however higher Mhz ram is usually recommendned for ryzen systems as it provides better performance, but you should be fine with 2400Mhz
no, a couple of my friends uses these boards and there was no need for a bios update
imo would change the RX 560 to a GTX 1050, its got better performance despite the 2gb vram
If you have the budget to get a pc like that try to find some nicer looking case fans
ignore that one, i made one closer to your budget PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Here is what i came up with
552 USD = 691 CAD
Games like overwatch should run above 70fps average
*Edit just checked on the canadian pcpartpicker website this is 758 CAD, go with the one below if you want one closer to your budget
nvm i didnt notice u needed peripherals
or you could go coffelake https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8cDWM8
You should watch TechSources video on his sub 700 intel build
I would go with this https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CYKr9W went with a higher watt power supply if you plan to upgrade to a 1080Ti, and i went with the new line of Coffelake CPUs. I also went with a liquid cooler so you could better overlcock the i5 8600k.
This is a bit more expensive, but much better. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/JustAPCNoob/saved/J7MVYJ
Please dont use that PSU
is it cuz bitcoin?
Yeah my friend runs PUBG at 60-70 FPS on medium and low with a G4560 and a 1050
Why not coffeelake?
you need 8gb ram if you want to play pubg i think, one of my friends had to upgrade to 8 from 4 cuz his game wouldnt work
great build, but why Skylake?
i wish i lived in the US, the GTX 1070tis here are all overpriced, all 550USD and above. In Malaysia, GTX 1060s are the price of GTX 1070s and GTX 1070s are the price of GTX 1070tis and the damn gtx 1080s are the price of a 1080ti, it pisses me off lol
oh sry i must not have updated that list then, they price of that gtx 1070 card is actually the cheapest one where i live lol, my bad.
how was building in it with a non modular psu? i plan to get the same case but my budget doesn't really allow for a modular psu. Was it easy to hide the extra cables? Thanks
I would say so.
My brother has pretty much the same specs and runs PUBG at 55-70 frames at low. His monitor resolution is 2560x1600.
From what I know, yes your monitor will have a maximum of 60fps, so your game could be running 100fps, but physically you are seeing 60fps. Hope that help
Ok thanks, I beleive its an smartphone app too?
I thought Dragon Eye was for watching streams/streaming?
How did you make the MSI dragon logo green? I cant seem to do that, can you tell me how? I have a Z270 M5 Motherboard. is it different for AMD mobos?