yes they are behind the motherboard on the corners. They can be adjusted through MSI mystic lighting.
yeah it was actually 31.95 on amazon. Pcpartpicker is always a little slow on updating the lowest prices for some reason.
Thanks, If you have the time to wait out ebay you can find some very good deals. I enjoy seeing what kind of performance I can squeeze out of the least amount of money lol.
Not to bad, idle around 34c full load about 55-59c. As long as you don't overclock theres nothing wrong with the stock cooler.
I guess it's a craps shoot with these cards. Some I've had run from 68-73c under full load and others have run at 78-83c.
RX 580 pulls between 220 and 245 watts, the RTX 2060 pulls between 150 and 175 watts.
great job on your first build! Now save up and pop a RTX 2060 in it and rock and roll!
i think it has to be plugged in to a sata power connector from your power supply
the case rgb is contoled by the button on the front of the case. mine is not connected to the motherboard
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Great looking build! What kind of temps are you getting on that 2080ti during gaming?
Hows the heat with that Zotac 1080ti? I've used a bunch of Zotac 1070 and 1070TI's before and they run a little hot.
Shows the Power supply at 69.98
it does show the total.
Thanks for the compliment. you should love it. plays anything on max settings at 1080p and most games in 2k with adjusted settings.
So far, I've tested PUBG on max and average 110-125 on 1080p, Apex Legends on max gets around 105-115, BF5 max is 95-105. So far there is no game that it won't play on 1080p at well above 60fps.
Great first budget build. Next upgrade should be to sell your 2200g and purchase a Ryzen 5 2600 so you can take advantage of the full PCIE x16. I think using the 2200g with integrated graphics custs the pcie lane down to 8x for the GPU.
This is the ATX version, for some reason i picket the matx on here....so far so good, board has good overclocking ability, and both 5v and 12v rgb headers. If you look back at most of my past builds I have used a lot of Asrock boards and haven't had any problems with them at all.
thanks, they are pretty good fans for the price.
makes sence, good thing prices are starting to go down now.
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Is this an older build that was just now posted? These prices are off the charts lol.
I can't remember, at least two but maybe 3
yeah I've built 5 or 6 PC's now it that case. the front airflow is not that great at all. But the SP fans have really helped a lot
there are two versions. one is all gray and the other is gray with the yellow strips
Well said. The i7's are better for gaming than the Ryzen 7's, Most people can't justify spending almost double for 10-15% gains. Personally I would rather spend the saving's on more/better ram,GPU and faster storage.
try these in the front
I just have them at full speed. the best way is to put 2 140mm static pressure fans in the front and 2 120mm high airflow in the back and the top.
no it came that way when I bought it.
Separate. I had it from a ryzen 2700 build that I did with a liquid cooler.
actually he fits perfect for a GPU bracket lol
thanks, it was a fun build
this is the cooler that comes with the 2700x
thats the Wraith Prism cooler with RGB?
Why didn't you use the cooler that comes with the 2700x?
I agree, 2600 and a duel channel mem kit would have been a better choice since already using a gtx 1060
Like the dead pool theme. I did one a couple of months ago as well. How are the GPU temps on that Rx580?
Actually that is the sweet spot for a ryzen 2600
Not going to matter unless he wants to overclock. Still much better than the stock cooler.
then go for it.
there is no reason to spend 1500.00 on a gaming PC in my opinion
I wish AMD would let you purchase the CPU and pick the Fan you want. Would be awesome to be able to mix and match their fans with CPUs
It wouldn't run 4k very well at all.