I built this Pc for primarily Gaming. This Pc is great i have it running at 4.8Ghz
I 100% support your choices on this build. Excellent and I know for a fact that you are playing well. Don't let any of the negative comments get you down. I am running two 980ti's with that chip In one build and two 970 xtremes in another with the same chip. Both configurations the cards hit 99-100% with cpu at 65-80%
I dont get why with this budget you went with AMD but looks great tho
Yeah, now is totally the wrong time to be buying into the am3+ platform, it's a shame really but there you go...
Youd get better acoustics with a large noctua or a cryorig. And how bad is the bottleneck? Ever get %100 cpu load while gaming?
Never have hit 100% load on GPU and when I put it into my friends machine it performed far better
It's going to be pretty bad. The FX 9590 is roughly haswell i3 speeds in DX11 titles.
That fx chip might pay off in dx12 with multicore but dx11 performance will be... mixed. That said, great build.
An i5 will easily use this as a hand warmer in DX12.
So you buy a 1080 and pair it with an AMD CPU? What kind of logic is that.
do u recommend this bro
You have to send me the permalink then i can see :D
or this one http://pcpartpicker.com/user/bigtna77/saved/#view=g9fHxr
And finally the one i like the most
Which one out of all the 3 do you like the most .
Please, don't match a i7 non-K with a Z170 motherboard. It would be a waste of money. ALWAYS pair a Z170 mobo with a K processor if you want to overclock.
can u help me with a gaming and video editing build with a budget of $1000 without a monitor, mouse, keyboard, wireless adapter, and a storage cos i already have those so please if u can help with that kinda build, with an i7-6700 cpu and 1070 video card
Sure! Here is a quick part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/gZz7vV
How is the Power Supply Unit?
Works really well wish it was fully modular but it works quite well