All the screws/cables you need are included with the parts.
Sees pictures I think I just lost NNN. GG well built.
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tFCkmq here we go. $592 total which is pretty close to the $600 price limit but it's packing an i3-8100 and a 1050Ti. It also has a SSD for boot drive/programs.
That's... cool. I'm just going with a 500 GB 860 evo that arrived today, if I need more storage I'll get to that need later. Cheers!
One can only imagine why you need 4.5 TB's worth of SSD storage lol.
Beautiful, but why do you have a H100i pro in the parts list with a NZXT cooler in the actual build?
Great. I'm running Intel Integrated HD 520 graphics (the pain lol), planning to use this in a build that I will probably start during the thanksgiving week.
Interesting story and a pretty spicy build. How's the GPU?
Great. Were you able to run the RAM at 3000 Mhz?
Is that a GPU bracket?
Probably around 60-180 on max settings.
Ok thanks. I am planning on using an AIO, but it should be fine.
Did you manage to get the RAM to 3200 Mhz? Also I'm planning on getting the same motherboard, is there anything I should take note of?
Any issues with the RAM?
Nice. Saw some articles and such saying that VRM temperatures would be quite high, I might use this with a 2600X and save $40 or so.
Any problems with the motherboard?
imo you probably should've gotten a bigger AIO, but oh well. Badass af and i love it
Nice build, hope your sliced finger doesn't get in the way of gaming lol.
Yeah makes sense.
You don't need to, but can you test 3-5 games and list the results? I just need to know FPS, resolution, and video settings. Thanks!
I would suggest going with a H115i pro and using the extra money for another monitor or something. Really up to preference.
Nope, my friend did have a H100i v2 that is great, but that's about it.
There's really no need to stuff a 360mm rad for a 1700. A 240 or 280mm AIO would be good, but some 120 or 140mm AIO's would also be sufficient. Depends on your budget.
Are you planning on upgrading to a 'K' series soon?
Great. I assume it's amazing for gaming?
no it's fine, just if you plan on upgrading later on keep that in mind.
Ah, nice. What's the temperature of the board at idle and load?
A few things I want to ask about because I'm planning a very similar build with the 2600X and Strix 1080. How fast were you able to push your RAM? Second, I heard that the motherboard has a plastic covering on the VRM's, and they increase the temperature by quite a lot.
Did you try XMP profiles? I read that the Ryzen 7 2700 can only support RAM up to 2933 so I don't know if the 2600X can support 3000.
Does the 2600X support DDR4-3000 RAM?
There's no problem, it's just that your processor can be overclocked, but the board doesn't support overclocking.
It works. If you really want a video editing rig, Ryzen 5 or 7 is the way to go.
Alright. cool. Thanks
Nice. Why did you go with a B360 board on an unlocked processor though?
Lego PSU shroud absolute legend lmao
Can I live in your guest room?
This looks like it's about to blow up the rebel alliance, good job.
lmao that's pretty fun. My friend and I want to have "opposite" computer parts, we're still doing some research, but just a thing I want to share. Also, why did you go with a mini-ITX build?
How's the motherboard? Thinking of using it with the 2600X.
Alright then, thanks
Has the RAM been giving you any trouble? Other than the software issue.
Hz is like the "upload" rate of a monitor. I did some research, that monitor should have 60Hz. So that means that your monitor uploads a new picture 60 times in a second.
If you want a strictly gaming build, you can go for 16 GB of RAM. 16 GB is enough for gaming and a few tabs open, and you can opt out on some storage if you want to save money. Another thing would be to go for an Intel chip since they perform slightly better than AMD in gaming (Raises pitchforks). Other than that, you should be fine.
Yeah umm... 8700K is an 8th gen CPU.
Definitely not. 1440p would be perfectly fine with a GTX 1080.
The real reason why it's labeled as "Streaming" is because, normally, streaming uses more more power than just gaming, since you've got the game running, as well as broadcasting that at the same time.
Yeah, you can. Though unless you want to play at crazy high FPS or 4K, a 1080 will be enough.
Does your build destroy basically any game right now?
Is the case easy to build/cable manage in?