Nope. The max I can get it is 2933... It's first gen ryzen though. If you're running Intel or second gen ryzen I'm sure you would be fine.
I seriously feel this.... A few months ago I could have put a 1070 in my build for the same price I bought a 1060 at. :/ That's like an entire tier of performance above what I settled for.... Hopefully my 1060 keeps up with my Ryzen 1700x.
Currently putting my build together and I thought the same thing.lol 1tb might be good for most gaming builds, but even then you'd run out of space eventually. I plan on some video editing and graphic design too, so just a tad bit more for twice the space I think is a good deal. Plus the seagate HDD's are very well reviewed.
Thanks for the reassurance! You answered my question perfectly, because at the very least I didn't want it to potentially damage my system. If it doesn't work, I'll just get another one.lol
Oh okay, thanks. :D I'll be sure to ask him what he's been doing on it. It be great if it worked, but no big deal if it doesn't! I'll just have to shell out the cash for a new one.
Got it. Thanks for the help.
Right now my build does account for an aftermarket cooler, the cooler master 212, mostly because it was the cheapest option and I've seen them used a lot in PC build videos. So you think a 1700x would be superior for editing, gaming, streaming, etc. than the normal 1700? I'm not even really sure what overclocking is, so I'm not sure if I would be doing a lot of it, but I do know I want a PC that is excellent in all of those categories.