Ok nevermind, I was being an idiot. I got to the USB, but what files are the installers. There are a lot and well, if you cant tell im new to this. Again thanks for all the help.
Os is installed, I can't seem to be able to access the USB. I can on this laptop, but when I put it in the PC it won't show up in devices.
Ok, then since I have them on my USB how would I go about installing them? I cant connect to the internet until I do so. Thank you for the reply btw.
Cant find this option, any ideas? Maybe im blind.
Wish me luck on the boot up lol
Gratzi. Thats what I thought but just wanted to make sure.
Even this btw is over the top for just 1080p at this time, but I'm guessing you want some future proofing so I set this up to last you for a few years at max settings
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This is my recommendation for your needs. Can be customized but this will give you great response time, 1080p 60fps on all but the most demanding titles (might drop to 45 min with something as intense as the Witcher 3 for example) will get 100+ frames on most esport titles, gives you room to upgrade, and this has some style. You will need 2 extra case fans as well as 2 16gb USB sticks to download and install your OS and motherboard drivers/BIOS. if you have any questions hit me up.
Wo wo, Could you let me know if your aim is 1080p at 60fps or 1440p? Basically full Hd and quad hd.
You can honestly run any game with a 1060 6gb at 60+fps and than build around that if you are ok with 1080p ultra settings, maybe some 1440p setting, but not 4k or VR. That's my suggestion. If you want max settings go for a 1070 and build around that. For VR/4k go for the build above.
Few things, what is your budget? Is 1080p 60fps your goal or beyond? Will you be editing, streaming, or other tasks on this pc? I know your young but ask yourself these questions and figure out your needs. The guy above me is suggesting a PC that is way overboard for most people just fyi.
The only thing I can really help ya with is letting you know to drop the cooler, the 1600 comes with a free one that works well. Ask yourself if you really need the 1070 because if your just looking for 1080p gaming at 60fps get the 1060 6gb. Oh and get that TB of storage alongside of your SSD
Yeah, I don't really need/want RGB but this is the cheapest 16gb 3200 kit I could find. Heard that ryzen really takes advantage of having higher speed ram so I focused on 3200.
I took your advice on the SSD and on the monitor (thanks for that), but is a bronze power box really a good idea? Im worried about 2 things, A: will gold save me more money on power costs in the long run and B: will bronze at 520W have a chance to blow up and not have a warranty?
Without the upgraded GPU would this still be fine for what I said I needed above? Going any higher in the price really strains me financially. I'm planning to upgrade in the future if this card will be fine for now.