Yeah, they're a bit lower because of the drive slot. I would've gone for the non-ODD version instead, but it's not available in the US unfortunately.
I tried! It looks alright from the outside though, and I haven't had too much trouble with dust... yet.
Here you go!
Glad I could help! If you're planning on getting those fans, you should have no problem using them to accent your build.
I'm really surprised at how well you managed to get the cables done up in the N200. I was never able to get them all neat when I had that case. Great build! +1
I've only had it for a few days, so I can't give a definitive answer. However, the front panel mesh does seem to be doing a fairly decent job at keeping dust out (it built up a thin layer over the past few days I just wiped off). I'm sure dust will build up over time, but the more nasty stuff should (hopefully) just stick to the front for you to wipe off.
Went for Ryzen because of the price to performance, and I got the 1070 used for a good price (at the time, anyhow). Should suit my needs (1080p gaming) for a long while.
I'll see if I can get a few more for you guys.
Basically the same story for me. It was my first computer until it died, and I tossed it. I got lucky and found another one almost exactly like it (different internals, but the exterior is identical).
The motherboard is black, it's probably my phone.
Yeah, I noticed that too. It's definitely a B350 board, no idea why that's there.
Good luck on your next (real) one!
Pretty sure that AMD APU's graphics are way better then the graphics card you have. You'll also likely be limited by the 2gb of RAM- I would get another stick if possible. Not a bad job for a practice build, though.
Be careful, you don't want to buy one of those fake ones that end up being a reflashed 550 ti or something.
I can understand the case/ram thing... but "I wouldn't really trust a PSU that cheap?" It's not cheap. Most solid power supplies cost around $60. I wouldn't trust a $20 PSU from some no-name Chinese brand. You can't automatically assume anything that isn't wicked expensive is cheap or crappy.
This would be reusing the CPU, maybe cooler, RAM, and hard drive.
$400 for a mobo, GPU, PSU, and case. CPU cooler optional because the stock one may not fit.
It has holes cut out for mATX, so any mATX board should work fine.
RIP. Still got this guy, though.
OK, this is epic.
الأصدقاء هو ليبرالي وثائقي شجاع
I don't think they'll be getting you $700 worth of components for Christmas. Maybe you should ask for the essentials (Mobo, CPU, RAM) instead?
This seems like a waste of money to me. $100 for an old mobo?
Thanks for the feedback, James.
Beat me to it. It's actually a lot better- I would pull that old card out ASAP.
Yep, this is what I thought. I sent him the link to this post, and he's switched to a better power supply. Thanks for the response!
This is what I was thinking. It's a single 1080 ti, by the way. He keeps insisting that he needs the power, though I really doubt it. Thanks for the response.
1080 ti. I know he doesn't need that much, but he keeps insisting that he needs it. Just wanted to get other people's opinions so I can stop him from wasting money on it.
Thanks. Trying to knock some sense into him, but he's not listening.
yes this is a joke
Great build. Also, thanks for reviewing the parts. I wanted to get the H7 for my 860k build, seems like it might be a good option.
Nice build. How well does the cpu cooler work? I'm planning on getting either it or the M9a for my build, which has the same cpu.
Love the build! Also, how's the CPU cooler? I have the same CPU and wanted to get the M9a for it.
Nice build, it's actually somewhat similar to mine. Also, how does the CPU cooler work for it? I've been looking into getting the same one, but I'm still unsure if I want to do so.
Built a computer myself recently, it was super fun. I wish I could've had something as good as yours (mine's a bit lower end but still decent). Good build, though!
How much? It's probably better then my current setup regardless.
Cool. Any decent brands you could recommend? And yes, my CPU isn't very good. I am planning to get a better one at some point.
This is mostly what I thought, unfortunately. I do plan on upgrading my CPU eventually, just not anytime soon.
Pretty cool! I actually have something similar built from salvaged parts from a relative. Stock Core 2 Duo CPU, motherboard, and power supply (probably the same one that was in your build), 3 GB of RAM (planning to upgrade this), 160 GB HDD (super slow, will probably put in an SSD at some point), a GT 520 (there was a bunch of graphics cards sitting around, this was the best of the bunch), and an optical drive (the model, of course, doesn't matter).
All in all, it's actually a decent computer considering it was mostly built out of parts that were on hand at the time. I'll probably be upgrading it in the future and giving it to someone, though.
If this will work for Minecraft, then I'm planning on obtaining these parts.
You were serious xD
Wait, are you serious?
Wonder who BrutalSauce is?
There's a $90 PC, this isn't the cheapest. It has storage, too.
Probably... someone sound the alarm!