But then how much can you overclock the 3600mhz kit
Just assume that everything you do online is tracked.
I don't exactly need a build plan, just good gpu recommendations. I will probably be using the cpu listed in the build you posted, otherwise one of the new 3rd gen cpus and motherboards. As for the RAM, I'll get the best deal on 64gb once I build my pc. I wont need a case, and memory and psu will be decided at the end. OS will be windows 10.
I'll mainly be using my computer for work but when I do play Minecraft, I'll be using a massive custom built world with tons of mods and the render distance as far as possible
Only game will be Minecraft
Mostly for rendering large 3D objects and landscapes
Are the pins broken off or just bent?
Depends on what you will be using it for and how much space your applications take up
Two sticks are better than one. But how the heck are you going to use 1tb of RAM?
We didn't get last place. Also, We can play minecraft pretty well
I don't like that potato is the lowest rank, because it is what my robotics team is named after. We're not THAT bad.
I actually have survived on an island for more than a week, but I didn't get paid. I made it for a long time and was about to go to the nether but a skeleton shot me and I fell into lava. And I started with nothing.
Is that good or bad
No drugs lil kids
Na, he is now the most subscribed youtuber for the third time and he's still winning
Ok, thanks. I don't really care about framerates but more about resolution.
Do you know of any with more VRAM?
What about this one?
XFX - Radeon RX 590 8 GB FATBOY OC+ Video Card
Ok, thanks. I was looking for the best GPU for around $200. Heat generated does not matter to me and I can deal with high power consumption.
Yeah but do they have good internal parts
And for the PSU, I'll probably get another GPU later on
I will be using this for video editing, 3D rendering, CAD, photoshop, and maybe some light gaming. I will probably end up getting a Ryzen 3rd gen once they come out.
Thanks for the help. When I was going to get that card, it was $170. Anyways, the deal probably won't come back. I knew I had to get a better PSU, but I just hadn't done that yet. My monitor can probably be just 60-100hz, but I would like the best resolution that I can.
Well anyways, the parts will probably be outdated by the time you get them.
As for the GPU's, I would recommend being able to get another one in the future if yours becomes outdated.
Well AMD Ryzen 3rd gen is coming out in a few more moths, which will introduce some more powerful CPU's and lower the price of the 1st and 2nd gen CPU's. You are using a 2nd gen CPU.
Your motherboard is not very expandable, and I would recommend that you get one with SLI Crossfire support so that instead of upgrading your graphics card, you can just add another one. I did not see a window on that case so it's up to you to decide if it looks good.
The price of your GPU is very high right now because it is unavailable at the cheaper stores. If it has not gone down when you buy your parts, then you should probably buy a different one, unless you don't care about price.
Your build could use some dual channel RAM
Naw, there isn't much difference between them except better lithography, and less cores, which I will be needing. I currently have the Ryzen 7 1700, but I will probably end up switching it to a Ryzen 3rd gen
I'm looking for the best resolution I can get for $150 with at least 60 fps
Not sure why it keeps changing my country to Australia
Here is my list
I wont be using this for mining, so will it still be a good card for me?
Ok, well then the only other suggestion that I have for you is to get a graphics card that has crossfire or SLI support, because you can add another one if it is not good enough for future games.
The things to look for in case and cooling fans are static pressure and CFM (cubic feet per minute)
I found some better RAM. What you want to look for in RAM is low CAS latency, low timings, and higher speeds. Since you are only gaming, one of these will probably be fine. The only time that you would need more is if you were playing a game with tons of data and not backed up by a server. Since you have only two RAM slots being used, you can just put more in if you need to.
Also, do you care about noise or looks?
So do you want the best possible gaming rig or do just something that can hit 1080p and 100fps+?
But like a price range?
What's your budget?
Ok, I'll see what I can do
What else besides gaming? If its gaming 99.9999999999999999999999% of the time, then do Intel, but if you are doing content creation or editing or streaming or something, then do AMD.
What will you be using this for?
In 2-4 more months AMD will launch the 3rd gen processors which will introduce some new and better ones, as well as lowering the price of the 1st and 2nd gens
You could build this a lot cheaper using AMD, especially when the 3rd gen comes out.
Temps and noise levels don't matter to me because I will be using an insulated case with cold air circulating through it
I will be using it for video editing and rendering, CAD programs, and maybe some gaming. I will probably end up using 2-3 monitors
$700 but I could go higher if I need to
Ok. I'll take your word for it