I had no problems, I had to order a ubdate kit from AMD which was really easy to use. You shouldn’t have any problems updating. If you really want to be sure to get something with the right BIOS, I’d just order a B450 if price isn’t an issue.
Cost isn't accounting for the G502 or 1080. More like a 1500-1700usd build.
They need to get 15k frames like you do in minecraft.
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Now that's a good looking PC.
There is little reason unless you plan on streaming in which the extra ram does help aswell as the SMT.
He's not actually done that bad of a job. I've got the C70 also and although there room, it can be hard to get to. Cases with a PSU shroud offer a better looking build because all the cables that you dont need or are too long you can put in the base. Besides, cable management is an optional part of your build as it has been shown that it doesn't effect thermals as much as people might think.
There isn't a right way to spend money. Besides, a SSD is one of the components that makes the largest change in how stuff feels.
Very nice. I have a system close to that, a 1050ti or 1060 3gb could do you well as a budget card when you have the cash to spend on one.
They're not the cleanest I've ever seen but when I look down at my PC I can't judge xd
Brand new it did.
No CPU in our lifetimes, most likely ever will be able to run anywhere that fast on a single core. Take hints?
If you're in the need for a new GPU at a good price go over to EVGA's B-stock page. Yes, they're used but they come with a one year and you can get them at a good price.
your Ram Dims look like they where made by Nerf xd....
Alllll the way down on the 1st page
You can order the DAN case on his website, but I think that he is till back ordered a lot because the cases are hot and he's a one man job still (I think)
Edit: You scroll down to the bottom of the page and there are three links to order them off of other websites.
It should be able to run anything as long as you're not expecting 4k gaming. Destiny 2 isn't a problem for my 2200g 1050ti system. Nor should I be for this one.
Very cool. I'm thinking of doing something like this for my grandparents, they have the same needs. +1 from me.
If that PSU isn't facing up, I'll come to your house and change it for you XD. Great build, I love it, reminds me of the blue hues from ice-burgs.
Edit: You should re-seat your DIMMS to the 4/2 or 3/1 slots to run those in dual mode, you're losing like 10% or something off your memory when it is like that.
I've got the exact case (in black) and the air flow isn't a problem. Even with the 2 GPUs this mans has.
+1 for dat mid round EFT pick lmao
They're still pretty capable. I would take one of them any day.
At the time when I bought the SSD, I didn't know if I wanted an m.2. Also, they're not cheaper than 2.5in drives for the most part.
The Stock cooler on that thing will help you with a mild overclock, but just make sure you're ok with the temps and the amount of noise is coming out of your box. If you want more, go with an AIO or big tower cooler.
The H7 keeps my own 2200g nice and cool @1.3v, Can't hear it over my case fans or my 1050ti.
100% a memlord playing OSU +1
RIP, (what arma servers did you play on?)
I'm no expert but 70s seem a tad high for that clock. Try lowering the voltages at all?
To each their own. It's their money, they should spend it how they feel like it.
Pretty dope. If I where you, I would remove the unused SSD sled as it is just an attention grabber (for me). I think it would look better with out it in.
Hey, at lest you've learned. I don't think its such a bad thing to do, but you should really get an SSD. I would also if I where you sell that 1050ti eventually and buy a used 1070 or 2060 when they come out.
If I where you, I'd save another 60-130 bucks to get a 240 or 120mm AIO. If you're planing on doing any overclocking, the T2 won't be doing you any favors.
How to build a beastly computer for under 200usd.
Step 1) Scam someone who has no idea how much there parts are worth.
I wouldn't think so. It all depends on what she is using the computer for, you don't need more than 8gbs yet, although 16gb of the stuff is very nice (or so I've heard).
+1 for the K55 :)
Now that's a clean build. I really like it, but I would have gone with a Mobo with 4 DIMM slots so you could have 1) a nice full rack 2) not have to go out and spend another 140+ quid on buying 2x8 just to be able to get to 16gbs of RAM. Still a wonderful build, and I wish I could have made my look as clean as yours, +1!
Edit: didn't see that it was a mITX build, whoops. Still would have gone with a 1x8 then buy the other later, just because I'm to lazy to go and re-sell and other stuffs.
It's an EVGA P2 850w, Its there
Hopefuly you can get that 240mm soon! +1 cuz warthunder!
11 series cards SoonTM
I mean, the only reason to go with Intel is for gaming in my opinion at the moment. Yea, a few apps favor Intel over amd for doing stuff, but you could actually buy a TR 1900 for around the same price as an i7-8700k.
There should be no, and I mean zero, difference between an i5 and i7 of the same generation. All that an i7 gives you is SMT.
I feel ya. I bought some of my parts for 20-30% more expensive than they are now, not including GPU (that's still at the same price).
Might I ask why you chose to go with a 4x4 instead of a 2x8 kit of RAM? Doesn't let you do any upgrading in the future if you where to chose to go with 4x8.
Probs a basement or some other place?
If you're getting another set of DIMS, it doesn't matter. But if you ever chose to go for something like a 2x8 for a future build, it helps with stuffs if its in dual-channel mode. It's why 2x8 (in dual chan) will out preform a 1x8 of the same everything. I think it's something like 10%, or around there.
Very nice, clean build. I do like that AIO placement (even if I wish it was a 240 cuz OCD). Quite a unique placement that I've not seen anyone else do. +1
You might want to move those DIMS around, They should be in the 1/3 or 2/4 slots to put them in dual-channel mode, you should a slight boost. (unless you've already changed them xd)
It's the deal with NVME, you want to chips to run warm and the controller to run cooler.
Nice build! The only reason why your 970 Evo might be taking longer on start-up is that they like to run warm, as although is faster than an 850, it might preform worse (IDK never used an m.2 but want to get one) from a cold start up.
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