This is how I was taught to think of RAM. If you are using all of the RAM you have then consider adding more. If you have unused RAM then you are just a collector.
Microsoft lists the minimum RAM for Windows 10 64bit as 2Gb.
Thanks. If it needs I will add it but it's running pretty smooth.
I ran it through most of the sites she would be on and didn't find any issues. If she were using Chrome I would add RAM but she's using IE/Edge. 4Gb is plenty to run it. Besides, have you seen the cost of RAM? Even DDR3 is ridiculous.
Haha...you're so right. I didn't see that until you pointed it out.
That's awesome! Is it natural or a cologne you wear? (ಠ‿↼)
If she asked me that I would straight up throw a 2080ti in there.
That's awesome. I like how it looks almost a part of the desk.
I was scared to put any RGB in it. She would beat me with a wet mop.
Congrats on building your first PC. Let me know how that Darkflash CPU cooler is working for you. Also, put up some more pics, I would like to see more than just the fans.
Thats a really good looking setup! I would say go the 2080Ti route first and check the performance. Also, is the cat USB powered?
I feel that 2200G is great little budget 1080p performer. I threw a build together similar to this and it games fairly well for what it is. I would like to see some additional pics if you have them. It's difficult to see the only one you've posted.
Like the comment above says you may need to change your motherboard to use the 3800X. Some, but not all, manufacturers will be blocking its use on some of their X470 and B350 boards. So keep that in mind.
Looks pretty good. May I suggest you add one more case fan to the front for a more balanced look and you have to get some sleeved cable extensions as soon as you can. Anyway, nice job!
It depends on what you're trying to do with it. If expectations are kept within reason of the CPU then you're good. If you're trying 1440p gaming you're gonna have issues. If you're trying to run trash settings on all games you're gonna have issues. If you're trying to play some high requirement AAA game title you're experience will be poor. But at 1080p with many games I have not seen any issues as long as the display settings are set reasonably and per game. I do reach 100% CPU usage and that's okay as long as I'm not trying to push past what the system can handle. I threw a mild overclock on it today and got 60+ fps in 1080p on several popular games. I did have to play a bit with video settings a but on each if them to reach a good balance. It also held it's own on a few benchmarks. This is not a super machine by any standards but it's a pretty sweet little rig for a kid just starting out, wants to try some overclocking and have a decent upgrade path.
Why not? It runs very well for things like Overwatch, PUBG, GTA5, Fortnite. Besides, I had it on hand. And I'm just going to sell it off for cheap to some neighborhood kid who wants a nice little rig to get started.
WOW!!! That's all I got.
Can you link to the one you used?
I couldn't find anything that looked small enough that really held over 60lbs. Thanks.
I have my P3 hung on the wall as well. I held off on the water loop worried about the weight. What wall mount bracket did you use?
If you mean the power supply cables, I sleeved an old set myself. I googled some simple cable designs and picked one. I used Telios sleeving from Mainframe Customs.
No GPU sag at all. When I put the top card in I lifted the back corner and tightened the slot screw. Then I put in the second card, installed the NVL bridge and tightened the slot screw. The motherboard also has reinforced pcie slots.
Very well done. The time you spent on case design has paid off.
I took some cables from an old PSU, sleeved them and made extensions myself. I got the PET sleeving from Mainframe Customs and the cable combs from Amazon.
How are the temps with the side panels on? I have heard that case is a hotbox.
I like how the loose power cables contrast the sharpness of the components. Nice work!
He has clear fluid so that shouldn't be an issue. And over time some colors will stain hard tube too. Also, using gold colored hard tube would likely discolor when heated for bending. That said, I may have used a 90° fitting behind the GPU and made the tube connection lower so it would not be visible from the front. It still looks very good though.
It looks like jayztwocents Project Gold Digger...ONLY BETTER!!! Nice Job!
It did last night :|
I see that now. I will try and get it updated today. Thanks
Anything and everything.
We have a super filtration system in our A/C system due to allergies. Very little dust if any. It's been up for a over a week and I haven't seen a spec on it yet.
It's an Arozzi Arena
Logitech MX ERGO.
That would be something! It might even be enough to max airflow on me sitting under it.
Ha...the cables run behind the chassis and into the wall. They drop down and come out under the desk.
They are so high the site can't see them. Lol. Actually, the prices are not listed in the part picker so it doesn't show up here.
We have a very good a/c and dust filtration system and get minimal dust settling in the house. So far I have seen very little to almost no dust on it at all. But when I do notice some dust it will be super easy to wipe down.
I decided on the Godlike for a few reasons. I mainly liked the number of headers for USB, fans, RGB, etc. since this was originally going into a full tower. Also, the debug LCD is nice. The VRM is good, not the best out there, but good enough for me. Also, I read or heard that the ACE had issues supporting SLI or only supported XFire. Don't know if that's true but SLI being what it is I didn't want to take the chance. At the end of the day it was between this and the Aorus Master and I liked the look of this better.
It's primarily my gaming computer. But it makes its way around the internet pretty good too.
Well, I used to before this!
Wow!!! I did not expect to get featured. Thanks!!!!!
You got it. I added some more pics. Just remember that I am not a photographer.
Actually only my trackball mouse is wireless. All the other cables are run inside the wall and come out just under the desk. When I use a wired mouse I plug it into the hub built into the monitor. I did have the cables hanging at first and you are correct...looked super ugly.
I used a TV wall mount bracket. Bolted it into wall studs with the largest bolts that would fit and four weird drywall anchors that are supposed told over 200lbs each. I was able to hang from it (190lbs) and it didn't even flinch.
It's the same RAM. Just has the Corsair light bars on top.
Got some more pics up. I am clearly not the photographer that some people are.
Thanks. I'm working on a water loop solution and think I have it figured out. Not much space on that P3.
Thanks! I will get more posted soon.