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I'd sell for ~$800-900
use a thermaltake core p3 silverstone makes dust filters that mount with 120mm fans https://www.amazon.com/SilverStone-120mm-Filter-Grill-FF121/dp/B0036WTDHK
you probably can, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to?
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you would probably have to pay $700 to get something that can do that
go with a newer case, and a blu-ray burner
the Noctua NH-U14S is probably right for you in that case, as it is slim but performs similarly to the NH-D15
the 3000 RAM is better, since it has a lower latency and you can potentially overclock it to 3200 speeds too
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-Thinkpad-X230-LAPTOP-Core-i5-3320M-2-60GHz-256-GB-SSD-8-GB-RAM/263961025145?hash=item3d754d9a79:g:GxcAAOSwdMRbrOdc the Thinkpad X230 is still sufficient, and the battery can easily be replaced
what are the part numbers for each SKU?
you can substitute the i3-8100 for the i5-8400 for $50 more
Pay about 100 GBP more and you can get this PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
With optimal ram configuration the integrated Vega 11 is on par with a GT 1030 in synthetic testing
wait, do you even have a CPU Cooler?
The dark rock pro 4 is probably your best option if you value aesthetics but want good performance and want to save a buck, it even comes with a magnetic screwdriver
Try and see what deals you can find on used GTX 1070s
I feel it mostly takes roots as a budget lan party box
it does matter if you are overclocking
8600k will be your best option, but I would suggest waiting for the 9600K and Z390
zotac has a mini gtx 1080 ti that comes preinstalled with a waterblock, and ASUS has a hybrid card that can be connected to a custom loop
You should go with a dual channel CL14 16GB kit of RAM instead, as Ryzen REALLY likes its RAM nice and fast, especially APUs
but if you want a dedicated workstation card, I have heard good things about the FirePro R5000 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/nDphP6/ati-video-card-100505855
Actually, they are just optimized for it. You can still do all the things you just mentioned on regular GPUs
that's an additional option
yes it does
oh, that's a problem
well, it CAN run a pair of R9 295x2, but there wouldn't be room for your PCiE SSD
what board were you using?
Why exactly didn't you just use the 2400G
I like my coffee as far away from me as possible, because I don't like coffee
Does it have freesync, g-sync, or nothing
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/hCJv29 Here's a build if you use a Freesync display
actually the 580 costs less, the thing that made it cost more was the 2600, which is miles better than the 1300
What kind of monitor do you use?
The Meshify C has tons of airflow and certainly looks nice
It still gets 1080p 60FPS maxed on most titles, and you said it was for light gaming anyways, so the small difference shouldn't matter that much
Isn't there going to be a bottleneck bigger than Mt.Everest?
What is your budget?
wouldn't the phenom perform worse than the 2400g?
good to see Optane finally being added
you were using the integrated graphics on the 2400G before, so I assumed you didn't need anything too powerful
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/pvJwrH/dell-monitor-m2gcr Get this while you still can, the extra width will make certain sites more readable
Slightly more expensive but more ram, slightly more powerful, and takes advantage of your monitor's freesync for a tear free experience. Welcome to the PCMR PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
I would sell for $1000-1180