No if you look at benchmarks the 2060 is more on par with the GTX 1070. The only reason should anyone really buy the RTX 2060 until prices come down is ray tracing. Ray tracing isn't even worth it until more games use it. Source for benchmarks: https://www.techspot.com/news/77548-nvidia-rtx-2060-shows-up-gaming-benchmark-almost.html
Why not ultrawide + another monitor? Thats what I did. Ultrawides are better than having two monitors thought.
1070ti smokes the 2060. 1070 is more on par with the 2060. 2060 is overpriced and is really only good for ray tracing. I'd take the 1070ti over the 2060 any time.
Clean build but I personally think it would have been better to go for an i7-8700k and maybe a better motherboard and a GTX1080 or 1070TI. Just my opinion.
How is this your first build?!?!?! Also there are few builds that can make me nut at first sight. this is one of them.
My 1600 bottlenecks my gtx1060 in video editing.
I plan on getting a gtx1070 soon. Or i will just save the money for a beast coffee lake build this summer.
no, but a 1060 bottlenecks a 1600
How is that Ryzen 1600 doing with a 1080ti? My automatic response was bottleneck, but my 1600 is bottlenecked by a GTX1060.
I was going to get the 1700 or 1600x but I'm going to instead wait for Cannon lake or just get the I7-7700k.
I think you would have been better off with z i5-7600k and gtx1060. The GTX1050ti will bottleneck your i7 unless you are just playing games like csgo.
Nice, I had a very similar build for my first pc, (fx-6300, 480 8gb). I now have the GTX1060 6gb with the same processor and it bottlenecks it.
You need to enter TechSources setup wars
Actually, I am wrong. I just googled it to double check.
that's what I meant to say. thanks
GTX1050 ti with i7-7700k?!?! you would have been better suited with a i5-7600k and a GTX 1060. Your bottlenecking the gtx 1050. Also there is no way to achieve full frame rates on all three of your monitors.
I think for the price you would have been better off with a i7 or i5 with 16gb dd4-3000. 32gb of ddr3 is somewhat over kill for a fx8350. Beautiful build btw.
louder maybe, hotter only a couple degrees according to linustechtips.
Nice, I am building something very similar. I was already going for the white color scheme but saw this case and I like it a lot better than the original Corsair Vengeance C70 I was going to get. Here is my list https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8snJTH
In my opinion blower gpu's are better than dual fan, because they expel hot air from the case.
nice build though!
I'm pretty sure you could of done better with the price. I building a gaming/video editing pc for about $1600 with dual monitors, I5-7600k, Corsair H100i v2, gtx 1060 6gb, 250gb ssd, 3tb hdd, 16gb ddr4-3000, corsair C70 vengeance, and windows 10 pro. I recommend getting the pro version of windows 10 because it has bitlocker and remote desktop control.