37 months ago
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Dimsumnutts/saved/Pq9j4D My bad new link
what do you need it for? If your doing video/photo editing and rendering or streaming then it looks good. But if your only gaming then you can drop the cpu to an i5 6600k, I've got an i5 6500 and it's more than enough for gaming
I seen the i56600k and its a great cpu but i kind of want this build to last a long time going to upgrade to a better gpu in the future and just
why not just get a 1060 now? 1060 is a great card for the price.
along with a cheaper case?
and maybe a better PSU.
and higher quality RAM since you can get up to DDR4-3200.
Cant find a good 1060 in part picker when i look at reviews they look worrying am inlooking at the wrong one lol
You should drop to the i5 6600k, the i7's hyperthreading isn't utilized much in gaming, the only reason for the i7 would be for 120+ hz gaming, other than that the i5 is more than enough
Single fan AIO are really expensive for their performance, either a good budget cooler like the CRYORIG H7 or go all the way with a dual fan AIO
That's a fairly pricey RX 480, for about the same price you could get a 1060, which is better if you're playing games thay are DX11, but if you're planning on DX 12 or Vulcan games in the future, then the 480 might be a better option
You could look into cheaper case options
You won't need more than 650 watts for your build
Do you meed the disk drive? You can do without it
Ok u convinced me gonna drop to the i5
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Here's what Id go with.
How does this look guys http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Dimsumnutts/saved/PKd8TW