are you kidding? Ram is way cheaper than a year ago. It used to be $200+ for a 16gb kit of ram. Now you can snag a decent 16gb kit for around $100
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Way more storage. 2tb of sata ssds and a m.2 drive on top for a boot drive
got rid of your ll120 fan since you can't use the rgb without a command pro.
I believe a ssd would be better than a hard drive for editing videos.
why'd you put your gpu in the lowest slot?
PC-o11 dynamicbest case imo +1
When is RGB not worth it
I think there was a LTT review that said that the 660p ssd's had short life spans
Edit: also that gpu isn't one of the binned ones and won't do as well in overclocking and might not last that long in the long run.
you got any storage? can't just run your OS off your ram
aight im calling this out, fake list. Literally just chose the most expensive stuff
starts at 2133mhz
Asus usually makes really high end motherboards. Try this one
I'd suggest looking into a better gpu. It's a low end 2080ti even though that's a high end gpu. Look for one of the binned ones. They might cost more but they'll probably be worth it more in the long run
o11 Dynamic best case imo +1
just wondering how cheap you could get to starting on the x299 platform
Just looking to see what the cheapest x299 build could be
Usually HEDT is higher core and thread count(i.e. Threadripper or the x299 platform)
Hey champ, you're not gonna be able to see anything since the cpu doesn't have onboard graphics and there isn't a gpu. Also, NvME works better in heavy write and read environments such as data centers. It probably won't help most normal people.
for his large photography collection ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
just wanna see what the lowest you can spend to get into the HEDT space
there isn't enough info to fill the template. I couldn't find a part number or retailer link
Damn that's beautiful. But why use the included SLI bridge when you can get a better looking one /s
You might wanna wait for Ryzen 3xxx bc it'll have faster clock speeds and higher core count
maybe wait until computex when the next ryzen cpus are probably gonna be unveiled. the current leaks are pretty insane and they had one of their chips beating a 9900k at CES
yeah definitely upgrade that cpu. It'll probably bottleneck pretty bad
there are 2 rgb headers so you won't need any splitters. you also won't need fan splitters
uhh yeah lemme see if i can find a link
I meant that you should be fine with a 80+ gold unit. The wattage is ok
you probably don't need that highly rated of a psu. otherwise, it looks really good. I'd suggest using Lian-Li's own vertical gpu bracket since they made it for that case.
get rid of the fans and find a case with included fans. also get rid of the gpu for now and use a 2400g. it'll do pretty well and give you enough cash to try and buy other things or wait until you earn more money
I was trying to get a 9700k or 8700k system but that needed an extra cooler whereas ryzen comes with a pretty good stock cooler
16gbs is going to be enough for a while because game makers also need to accommodate for older systems
i'd highly suggest the amd one and maybe adding in some rgb or something. it'll be better in the long run with more upgrade potential
squeezed some aesthetics back in by removing somethings like the wifi adapter(there's onboard wifi in the motherboard) and the speakers (only 2.1 ch sound when you have headphones that are 7.1???)
why stream from console if you're getting a pc?
probably a bit overkill lol. i tried to go intel but the budget didn't allow for it. Some parts might not be super optimized since your budget's pretty big
i'd suggest using a normal atx psu instead. here's one that'll do nicely link
that's nvidia approved and under 300
EDIT: oops i forgot you wanted a 1440p panel
If you want the best Freesync/G-sync experience, make sure it's on nVidia's approved monitor list
you fool! you've been mistaken too. It's actually just sideways. /s
it'd also help to get a different cooler if you want more overclocking headroom.
personally, I'd suggest strix bc it's got a large heatsink, it's quiet, and it looks nice imo. I'd also recommend the ex920 512gb from HP. I've used it and it's great for the price
uhh you'd probably want to change the gpu to a 2060 since it's better value than the 2070 rn. your cpu might bottleneck it though
yeah that's been teased for a while now. original leaks came out in october last year
uhh this should work
uhh probably just find one from a reputable brand
i'd suggest getting a mobo with integrated wifi. that'd probably be better than using a network card and better for aesthetics. otherwise you're good
You'd be better off with a ryzen apu as they offer way better price to performance. you might be able to cut corners on some other parts of the list though. and you can still overclock this