I would recommend you read this and this to get a good idea of benchmarking. I know they don't include Ryzen 2 but it seems that the 1800X fell quite a bit behind the 8700K for warp stabilize and they were very close in terms of render times.
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Also it seems Razor made a left handed Naga in 2014 you might consider trying. Otherwise I'd say just get a mouse that works for both hands.
Sorry I went quite a bit over budget but this will get very good results both in gaming and Photoshop. Puget Systems recommends at least 16 gigabytes of RAM for photoshop, and a very fast quad core. Also, they note that above a 1060 performance does not increase by much more than 2-3%.
Yes. Here are some benchmarks. They are on a faster CPU with the same amount of RAM. Knowing your monitor specs I would definitely recommend this GPU/RAM configuration.
He can always overclock it but if he isn't comfortable doing that it would still be in the budget to upgrade to something a little faster out of the box.
You probably don't need 32 gigs of RAM. 16 Ggs and a better GPU might be better but that's totally up to you and your specific needs.
Decided to make this a parent comment as opposed to replying to the comment where you answered liqgranite's questions. This was the best I could do for 1,800. You guys have expensive mechanical keyboard btw. I went as color neutral as possible so I hope that works for you.
A little over budget but here's what I got:
It's got a Pascal Quadro and 16 cores. I didn't know how much HDD space you would need so I went with a single 4TB drive. In testing, the 7960 is very close to the 7980, and sometimes beats it in certain applications because its so hard to utilize all those cores. I also went for an air cooler instead of an AIO because it creates less points of failure, and in many cases is cooler anyways.
Budget, where you are buying parts, and peripherals/os required would make it a lot easier to make a parts list
Here's what I got:
Like I said, Christmas season, the time of the celebration of the birth of Jesus, but either way, I still recommend the 1070 Ti over the 1070 :)
No I just had to look up the date. All I knew was the the Christmas season lasted for a while and we were still in the season. I believe it lasts until Epiphany, when the Magi presented the gifts to Jesus. I looked it up and I was wrong anyways, it’s the 6th.
Christmas season actually lasts until January 5th! lol
You are missing budget, location, peripherals required, and OS required. Knowing those things makes it a lot easier to help.
So I just noticed you didn't have a motherboard in the parts so I'll just say that I recommend the MSI B350 PC MATE because of the price and aesthetics.
As for RAM, here's a 2x8 kit for 150, it has good value because the current cheapest 1x8 stick is 85 dollars. The G.Skill Ripjaws V Series is silver too, so it'll go with your GPU.
Speaking of the GPU I went with the MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium. My reasoning is that the cheapest non ITX/Mini/Single Fan 1070 was 450, and this is just 10 dollars more than that.
With everything included the parts list was $1158. Merry Christmas!
Thanks! I’ll be rebuilding it soon with my GTX 770, extensions, LED’s, second SATA cable, and a side panel window soon which will be renamed EVE.
Went with black and red because that is the most common. I don't know what aesthetic you're looking for.
Tried to get the best possible CPU in. If you can wait a little you might be able to get cheaper mobos.
You might be able to try a custom loop. IDK. If you're really that set on aesthetics I recommend the Kraken X62 Rev.2.
Maybe take a look at the BeQuiet Dark Rock Pro or whatever. It has a pretty nice look to it.
I agree with Lost Element, also you didn't include GPU blocks and those fans aren't very well optimized for static pressure.
Here's my choice for monitors:
144 hz, 1440p, IPS, 27 inch panels
I missed the "/s" and got really confused.
Got a 1080 Ti and a better cooler in and it costs 5 dollars less.
Those are very different coolers. If you're cutting costs at all to get the h100i I would say go with the H7.
Will probably be cheaper. I'm using "Leaked" prices and converting them into US currency. I expect motherboards to be cheaper but the only reference I had was NCIX for the mobo.
No I guess I'm just stupid xD
Well most of the team has never lifted before including me so we do a lot of bodyweight stuff. 60 is pretty easy but I do 12 reps x 3 sets and then go run 4 miles.
Yes we runners are weird.
Dude that sucks. Good luck down there.
Honestly the motivation is really just in constantly trying to beat your PRs over and over again.
That said McDonalds is pretty good motivation too.
Ha I ran in a meet yesterday and it was 95 degrees. Some girl must’ve passed out and hit her head or something because they had to call an ambulance. Worked out for me because they ended up shortening the boys race so we didn’t run on the stretch of the course where the ambulance was.
Basically, not a fun meet for anyone
That could make a pretty exciting sport...
I am BY NO MEANS an expert at all on this, but...
I recommend logging what you eat, and sharing it either online, or with someone you know. It makes you think before you eat when other people are paying attention to it.
Measure your food. Portion control is a huge deal. Always make sure your calories in are less than calories out.
Drink water. Drinking tons of water really helps you feel fullthroughout the day and this may not be true but I feel like it flushes out the bad stuff. I doubt its true but it make me feel better.
Exersice! You don't need to do anything crazy, but get out there and walk or run. I don't know exactly what kind of shape you're in physically, but you can start out walking a mile. A week later try jogging it, no matter how slow. Then just keep trying to beat your times and increase the distance. If you high school has a cross country team I highly suggest joining. Someone on my team recently ran a 23 minute 5k and just a few weeks ago he couldn't even jog 2 miles.
Listen to your body. If you're hungry, eat. That said, get rid of the junk food. If you don't have any junk food in your house you'll be much more likely to eat something healthy. Find foods and snacks that TASTE GOOD, but are still good for you. Stock up on those (still make sure you don't overdo it, limit yourself). Starving yourself to death is not a great way to loose weight.
I hope I helped. Keep working a little bit everyday and the weight will fall off.
Thanks so much!
One: I agree with you I have never ever in my life heard of anyone ever having to refill an aio
Two: Since you’re here already I may as well ask: Wouldn’t it be better to go with air at the budget? I had heard that a beefy air cooler is most often quieter and in many cases will cool better too.
Just figured I may as well contribute to the conversation.
Thanks! What fans do you recommend I’ve honestly been thinking of getting an upgrade soon.
Fit in a larger radiator, cheaper case, slightly better GPU, higher quality PSU, and more storage.
Love the soft tubing!
Wait... we’re you just hypothesizing the best bang for the buck build or were you actually planning on building.
Upgraded from 1600 to 1700 and 180 to 1080 Ti. Downgraded to a smaller, semi modular, still gold rated PSU. I also slightly downgraded the mouse and RAM. I highly doubt you'll notice those changes as much as you notice the increase in performance from the new CPU/GPU.
The GPU's support three monitors each. Should work.
If you have access to a different PSU try that. Otherwise it may be your motherboard.
BUILD, VERY GOOD
I would totally agree. When building a PC its important to ensure that the case is excessively moist. Anything between dripping wet and "I just got hit by a tsunami!" should work.