you're spending too much on the SSD, an MX500 or WD Blue would work just as well for gaming
more cores and longer support
well, the 9700k is a consumer chip, you might wanna look at X299 or AMD X399 for more CPU lanes
the E485 is your best bet for games, and performs better in most everything besides maybe battery life
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that doesn't mean said cables are good
+1 for spending this much money on a PC, -1 for not using a pair of Titan RTX, but +1 for just how good it looks
don't forget your used EVGA 400 N1 from EVGA b-stock
it works, i guess
Try these: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=16379
what motherboard do you have?
did you plug the RGB in on the cooler?
who cares about something you're only looking at for troubleshooting or system tweaking
Insert joke about being lonely here
back during the 900 series nvidia did it too
didn't even notice that
Translation for anglos: I use my computer for everything, play, program, etc.
I encountered a problem with the first motherboard I received. She died the first day. As a result, I contacted Asrock technical support, we exchanged, I send them the motherboard and they send me a new one.
I bought my motherboard, processor, ssd and ram on November 24, 2018. I bought my graphics card about two months later. I received my graphics card on Friday, December 21, 2018. Since all my games run at over 100 fps, I plan to buy a screen 144hz, but I hesitate.
Updated January 30, 2019 I buy a dell screen of 27 "1920x1080p @ 144hz, about a month ago I'm satisfied with my purchase, but I'm out of luck, it's the second product I have that has a manufacturing defect, I have several dead pixels.come, I contacted dell and we will proceed to an exchange, they send me a replacement screen and as soon as I receive it, I sends them the one that is defective, I can not change it, but, my processor runs between 4 and 4.3 ghz thanks to amd boost accuracion.For my graphics card, with the autoscan of nvidia, my graphics card works very well at 2 ghz (between 1965 mhz and 2010 mhz), the temperatures shown are the same before and after the overclock.I made some settings in the software gigabyte, I fixed a maximum temperature of 75 degrees Celsius and by changing the fan activation conditions, the temperature remains stable at 65 degrees Celsius.
The only "little peobleme" I have right now is that my processor gets the heat from my graphics card (my graphics card produces a lot of heat), but it's still reasonable. Maybe one day, I'll put liquid cooling on my processor and my graphics card.
Updated on February 5, 2019 I found a strip of led rgb 5 meters that I put in my case. I like the final result.
70c isn't that bad
looks good, but for pure gaming the Ryzen 5 2600X would be faster
I finally found the build, I hope it was a good experience
(p.s. you could have just told me you didn't want a pentagram on the gpu)
ONLY a Titan XP? peasant /s
grab a vega 64 like this https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/7nYWGX/asus-radeon-rx-vega-64-8gb-rog-strix-video-card-rog-strix-rxvega64-o8g-gaming
English translation: This is a build for a small Unifi NVR server with 2 disks in RAID1. The housing is an AeroCool CS-102.
noctua nf-f12s will be able to properly suck air through the small intake
they're in norway
yes, but I would get a little more storage
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for photoshop, a 2400G might provide some benefit
the 2200G is faster
he probably plays minesweeper
hardware hasn't really changed much when you think about it
if it fits
something like an EVGA 500B would work
drop in a 2700X, and save up for a 2080
darth vader isn't evil, just misguided
they fit with eachother, therefore it works
probably doesn't know this site or 97% of the items listed here exist
dropped mine on a carpet from 1.3 meters and the hinge became unstable. Worst part is that it caused the display to be a bit flaky
the hinge assembly isn't the best
still doesn't make sense you have to pay $100 and you still get **** advertised to you WITHIN the operating system WTF Microsoft. Thank goodness linux gaming is getting better
I see, an RTX 2070 might be better for built in NVENC encoding, in that case
doesn't matter when you can use a vega 64 and get better performance anyways
Looks good. Also, are you polish?