this is the only list on his profile soo ig this https://pcpartpicker.com/user/KindOfAnoob/saved/8hr6sY
a gtx 1060 will be perfect on almost any title at 1080p 60 you could spring for a used 980 on ebay or r9 390x but those have a larger power draw
The 8700k is pretty much the most powerful consumer gaming cpu on the market I doubt you'll bottleneck any gpu for years to come seeing as how today even an i7 2600k can handle a gtx 1070 fairly well
I was about to say that
I'd say $900-$950 seeing as how I have a part list with used ebay parts including an i5 3570k 16gb of ram and an r9 390x for a little over over $650 and you have a full 980 not to mention the 4790k is still an incredibly powerful cpu today but you did say heavy use so who knows the lifespan left of these parts to keep the price fair I'd stick to low $900 range
I considered that however my space is very limited and I saw builds like these https://youtu.be/VEb5x6Ijch8 using similar parts and they didn't have any thermal throttling
Yeah I have Windows my brother only uses Mac and since he's in college he got a free Windows 10 key that he said I could have
https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/PotatoGodMichael/saved/6gjYrH I recommend this the 1600 can be overclocked to match the 2600x and with the cooler you could easily hit 4-4.3ghz you could do some streaming it won't bottleneck the 1080 and you could update the mobo bios and upgrade to 2nd gen ryzen this is a lot cheaper with the 1600 and the cheaper mobo so you get a way better cooler the stock one and a wifi/bluetooth card
Definitely get a card or usb wifi adapter the usb wifi adapter is a lot simpler just check the reviews and how many mbps it supports along with dual-band support the ssd I recommend this https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/Pzkj4D/pny-cs900-480gb-25-solid-state-drive-ssd7cs900-480-pb a lot cheaper and performs about the same or the https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/bbjJ7P/adata-xpg-sx6000-512gb-m2-2280-solid-state-drive-asx6000np-512gt-c it's an NVME m.2 it has way faster reads and writes but overall this is what I'd recommend for you https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/bbjJ7P/adata-xpg-sx6000-512gb-m2-2280-solid-state-drive-asx6000np-512gt-c you save a lot more and you could probably overclock to 3.9 ghz with the stock cooler
I recommend the 1600 over the 1600x it's about $150 USD and $170 CAD and I'd ditch the 1050 ti it's $140 MSRP why pay so much for a budget card go on ebay or another used items site and get a 780 ti or 970 for only about $160 both of those cards will perform 65%-85% better than the 1050 ti
Thank you so much
Did the cooler come with an out of the box AM4 Bracket and how RAM clearance, do you recommend low profile memory or could I use RAM with a tall heatspreader?
When you used the Arctic 33 on Ryzen, I was wondering if it came out of the box with an AM4 or did you receive one for free by asking.
each xp is $1200 total is $4052.6
10-15 years is kinda stretching
It's better to have a stronger rather than an sli of weaker ones Titan Xp is more powerful that the 1080ti don't get confused with the Titan X Pascal
1 tb of storage is good but if you want more you can have a higher storage hdd for things like chrome
the i9 (10 core) is fine but you probably won't find a difference unless you use heavy multicore applications i7 coffee lake (6 core) is fine most games still use 4 anyway
ssds are way faster but more expensive maybe just one for your windows boot drive
It's great here are my complaints
-Modular not really needed unless it's hard to work in that case or custom sleeves
-You can get a higher clocked 1060 for lower
Overall it's great
Thank you I did take change the 1070 to match the color scheme and I saved a few by getting some cheaper speakers since I'll be using the headphones most of the time anyway. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/BLz94C
omg just noticed that that's the wrong link
here's the right one https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yRXZVY
https://pcpartpicker.com/user/PotatoGodMichael/saved/#view=HP6D8d Some of those games might take up a bit too much storage, so use the ssd for more demanding games and your boot drive, use the hard drive for easier games like csgo, league, etc.
The cooler was switched to give you a little more overclocking headroom.
https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Dell-Optical-3-Button-Compatible/dp/B009W2U5BQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1505194188&sr=8-1&keywords=dell+mouse like this XD
I loved that vid lmao cause you can never have too many monitors
650W power supply is kinda overkill
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