Nope, still working fine. Can get a tad bit loud though.
no i was referring to my previous build with a server psu. this mobo does not support voltage change so 3.2 is the max.
i've been saving up for 2 years by finding good deals on used parts then building a PC before selling for a budget.
yeah, i hope to get enough money by november
i will have, after my exams.
you know, exams and stuff. but during my school break, i plan on going big by building a custom liquid cooled PC. stay tuned for that!
yeah, that may suffice but how about the monitor?
I mean a computer is pretty big, it would be really hard to hide it.
What would your like to know? :)
ye, that case looks great but unfortunately out of budget. sweet build btw.
Heard about Ethereum mining, idk he just wanted an RX 580/570 specifically, also there were no RX 570s but wanted full AMD
the motherboard was faulty so i went to the store on the same day to exchange
Damn this is my dream build. +1
honestly, if you are ONLY planning to do gaming, go with a i5-7600K, pair it with good cooling and go for GTX 1070, if not go for RX 580 if it costs too much.
have not tried AAA titles but it works a dream in league of legends and CS:GO. RX 580, that is. It should do reasonably good in triple A titles though. However, poorly optimized games like ghost recon wildlands may only get you 40-50 fps on very high settings. take my word with a pinch of salt, check youtube videos on the specific games you want to play!
Haha. Nice one. Thanks!
haha, yes definitely.
Thanks! Well, that's all I can say right?
Well that was the only 580 I could find in the whole mall I was in. Also, I'm not in the US, so things are more expensive. Could have gone with a 1060, but we wanted a full AMD build so.
Thanks! My Friend has an msata ssd so he'll probably get a msata to sata adaptor.
Case choices were very limited at the store. They weren't any micro atx cases with side panel there, which my Friend wanted
Thx MSI for these awesome giveaways. Really appreciate if i win my dream build as i am still rocking an i5-750 and a geforce 210 and i am broke anyway here is proof that my build was below 3000 dollars before (it isn't now): http://imgur.com/a/2RFDk
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
it was 2497 the other day so i still qualify
ok! thanks very much for this awesome giveaway btw!
Hello yesterday i made a build : http://pcpartpicker.com/list/2FrQ6X and it costed $2497 thus i qualified and submitted it. However, the price it seemed to have gone up to $2511. So can i change my part list since i do not qualify now?
why that e3 motherboard with an i5. lol.
Your motherboard would fix perfectly in your case as your case accepts ATX motherboards. Also, if you keep the compatibility filter on, pcpartpicker should be able to tell you if anything would not fit in your case!
What temperature is your build at idle? Did you use the stock CPU cooler and buy extra case fans? If so, you should definitely consider buying one.