Yeah this made me laugh out loud. co workers got curious. They don't get it. nerds
We have the same aesthetic taste. Lol.
So it's never worked. Is this a custom build? Is it new parts? Are there any used parts? Have you been able to test the psu, cpu, gpu, or ram on any other computers?
Also have whem you start the pc with the mobo inside is it vertical every time have you tried to start it with the pc on its side?
Also when handling the parts did you have it on an anti static mat or have an anti static wrist attachment, or constant touch the psu during the assembly and disassembly?
Has the computer ever worked inside the tower?
Yep^ almost the same build I have for my 600 rig
Well here is some options
$500 no os around 40-50fps more if you overclock
$600 no os around 60 fps
$1100 no os AMD
$1300 no os I7 6700k
Oh i just wanted the dominator because it's pretty 50 bucks is like less than hours of work. One hour if i work a holiday. But i understand what your saying you helped me out a lot
Thanks! Sooo go with this and call it good? It says for the x99 platform but it should work on the Z170A right?
I realized.... and thanks for the info
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If it were up to me I'd get a i-7 6700k for the extra $110 but the i-5 6600k will work fine. I'm a fan of the best parts you can get. But as it stands now there isn't too much performance in gaming difference between broadwell, haswell, skylake, and haswell-e, CPU's. youtube video But if you are ever looking to overclock the cpu you will want an intel cpu with a K at the end of it.
CPU Cooler | Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler | $25.89 @ OutletPC
You can upgrade this at any time, I'm running a Corsair H110i for overclocking and amazing cooling but you want a budget build and this is a decent air cooler.
Motherboard | MSI Z170 Krait Gaming ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $139.99 @ SuperBiiz
Just a decent cheap mobo and it's pretty
Memory | Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory | $49.99 @ Newegg
When it comes to memory you will only really need 8gb for just about any games, I always buy my memory in the 8gb individual form so you can always just buy more 8gb to add more, one thing is to make sure to always run the same type of memory in your computer at the same speeds when you buy more in the future
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $44.89 @ OutletPC
Cheap 1tb storage, if you want a super fast boot you can run a cheap 60gb for your os to run on
Case | Thermaltake Commander MS/I Snow Edition (White/Black) ATX Mid Tower Case | $27.99 @ Micro Center
pretty cheap case matches the mobo
Power Supply | Corsair 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | $139.99 @ Amazon
When it comes to PSU you want a decent psu, in the corsair world the RMi is the best right now forum on it
it's 83.73 more but I would rather sacrifice a couple hundred bucks on something that is better and will be something i used for a long time
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Noooo I missed out!! I could of asked for recommendations on my idea of building an all Corsair PC.
Here is the Skylake build it's more expensive because well it's newer.
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Yes, this system should be able to run fallout 4. The major computer componets that affect your gaming is really just the GPU.
The Intel Core i5-4690K is an overclockable CPU and even when it's not overclocked it should not bottle neck your 750ti and the 750ti should run most games pretty smoothly at max graphics around 40-80 fps.
If you don't want to got with the Haswell 1150 socket and go with a skylake 1151 you could do that too. It requires ddr4 ram and a different motherbord. I just don't see too much of an improvement in the stats comparing them yet. Like at max a 10% increase I'll make a 1151 build for you too.
There are a few factors that affect FPS when gaming. This should help you get a little edjucated on building a computer.
1) GPU architecture
The general rule of thumb when it comes to determining the effect of a particular graphics card's attribute to its performance is as follows, from most influential to least influential:-
The amount of Shaders/CUDA cores (as compared to the same family/generation of cards),
followed by the card's ROPs,
Shader/Processor/CUDA core clocks,
Memory Type (Dedicated, or Integrated) and Interface (64, 128, 256 and 384 bit) ,
Memory Speeds (clocks) and Generation (DDR3, GDDR3, GDDR5) and
finally, the Amount of Memory (512 MB - 3 GB).
When you compare the GTX 560 and GTX 580, you have to note that the 580 has a higher number of CUDA cores (512 cores) as compared to the GTX 560 Ti (384 cores) and the 560 (336 cores).
This indicates that the even if the GTX 580 is lower clocked than the GTX 560 variants, (recalling the hierarchy listing, number of Cores>Core clocks), the 580 will still perform better, resulting in a higher FPS count for the GTX 580.
To summarize, get a Graphics card with many cuda cores/shaders, one with at least a 256 bit memory interface and one with 2 - 3 GB of GDDR5 RAM
Another way of quickly determining the prowess of a card based on its model number is to look at the second digit of the number, given that the the cards in the comparison are of the same generation.
Example:- GTX 580 vs GTX 560, 8 is higher than 6 so 580 is more powerful
2) CPU Clocks and Architecture
Although most games and 3D applications are GPU limited (which means that they can only run as fast as your graphics card can perform, and the CPU doesn't really affect the speed), there a few that require the CPU heavily for additional functions, like multi threaded physics simulation calculations, and threaded AI.
Notable examples in which your CPU might heavily affect your FPS is in strategy based, AI heavy games like Civilization V, and Battlefield 3 with it's dynamic multi-threaded renderer
In this case, the superior CPU would be one with at least quad cores and lots of Level 1/2/3 cache plus an IMC (Integrated Memory Contoller, reduces RAM access latency. All Intel CPUs since the Core i series and AMD CPUs since the Athlon 64 have this built in.).
Hyperthreading is also a bonus to have but it's effect varies from game to game. (the Core i7/i5 series by Intel and the Bulldozer series by AMD)
3) Your RAM amount and speed
Your game requires system RAM to run optimally.
Insufficient system RAM could lead to parts of the game being sent out to the pagefile on your HDD which would lead catastrophic loss of performance and FPS, and/or stuttery performance. (the game is trying to load assets from the HDD instead of the system RAM which is a few orders of magnitude faster than your spinner)
RAM Speeds are also important but the margins of improvement in your FPS are not as noticeable when using slower RAM but sufficient RAM as compared to if you have insufficient RAM
Get at least 8 GBs for a 64 bit OS, 16 GB (or as much as your motherboard supports) to be future proof.
4) Your HDD type (SSD vs HDD)
Games that rely on streaming in assets continuously to the system RAM/VRAM (Video RAM) will perform better on a SSD as compared to a conventional HDD.
Examples include games that use the Unreal Engine 3 middleware such as Gears of War PC, and Mass Effect 3
5) Background Applications and other Antivirus Scanners (AVs) and Scanners
Having a high number of background programs and parasitic applications will of course lower your FPS due to resource contention.
If you want the absolute fastest FPS count during gaming, shut down all unnecessary tasks and programs before starting the game to ensure that the PC will dedicate all its resources to the game.
Set AVs into gaming mode if available and disable active real time malware scanning while gaming.
This (disabling protections for AVs) of course doesn't apply to online gaming.
Having old and outdated drivers will reduce your FPS.
The latest drivers for your card are usually the best, unless there are specific issues pertaining to the card/game for that particular driver
7) Other things to look out for when looking for a graphics card.
Power requirements (Do I have a PSU strong enough to handle this graphics card? How many 6 pin PCI-E connectors will i need to power this card and do i have them?)
Dimensions (How many slots will it occupy in the case?, Will it fit my case?)
Manufacturer warranties (Terms? 1 year? 3 years? The longer the better. What are the RMA policies in case of breakdowns?),
Cooling systems (how many fans does it have, is it noisy or quiet, fan RPMs, low profile) and
Overclocking status (Is it factory overclocked? How far can it be pushed?)
Always check out reviews from reputable sites like HardOCP for a preliminary look at how the card you're interested in will perform for you and the reviewer's experience with the card.
There're quite a few more but i think this should get you started.
Hope that answers your queries! If you have further enquiries, don't hesitate to post them in this thread.
This should be able to run what you are looking for, if you have ddr3 ram then the 2x4 gb ram you have should work too.
Just over 400....
So if I wanted to let's say play Borderlands, Watch Netflix, Skype , Play Youtube for music, and Stream to twitch at the same time. Would you say 66 or 67
Don't hate me but... here's a 600 with the monitor...
I'm not the most pro builder but I am thinking of going this route for my under 600 build.
Yep that build is pretty much what I had in mind. O.o Great find thanks!!
Ah I see.. yeah i want to SLI and have 3 AIO's with a possible custom full loop in the future. Thanks
Oh I just dont' know the difference I guess... meh.. better do some research eh?
Did you happen to look at the MSI 170a Gaming M7? I'm trying to find out if it's a good choice?
The M5 has type a and the M7 has type a and type c. Did you happen to get the MSI z170 Gaming mobo? if yes what one? and do you like it?
I've been looking at getting a MSI z170 Gaming M7. But I feel like everyone is against that and tells me to just go Gigabyte z170. Why is that?
Thanks, I was going for mostly black with small red accents. I did some research on the Mobo you recommended and there isn't a lot of info on it. Do you have any experience on it. The only reviews I've found on it are... meh.
I was going to decided to go with the HX850i. I was reading about how the AXi allows for extremely detailed digital monitoring of voltage, amperage, and efficiency, with amperage in particular monitored on a per-cable, per-rail basis..
But to be honest I probably won't need to do any of that and that the tried and true standard here is your power use it type of psu is fine. Then I read on this site overclock.net HMi vs RMx how the HXi compared to the RMx and well.. apparently they are saying the RMx is overall better. So Thanks!
You say it's not generally the best idea because, some companies specialize in certain tech and make more quality for the price?
Is the psu upgrade your main reccomendation, you said to go with the RMX 850? Isn't the AX series better than the RM series? Should I go AXi 860? Or does it not really matter? Or are you just saying get more watts?
Also I noticed you put a different Mobo, is that because you know it's better or just cheaper?
And the Optical; better, cheaper, just because?
yeah yeah.... :'(. But.. meh.. I guess (kicks invisible rock) Fine.
Why no? lol... The reason why is because I bought the K95 and Scimitar and I'm so in love with them I was like can I go all Corsair??? And started googling and came across the MSI/Corsair SeaHawk and noticed it has great reviews and high benchmarks and can be overclocked a lot. Also Corsair is great for memory and psu, soo i was like. meh why not. So i got the MSI Mobo to match the GPU and said this is it. I think it'll be pretty good. I just wonder if I should go for cheaper parts that'll do the same or stick with all Corsair. I mean Corsair is pretty good quality right? And somewhat dependable I think.
That's what I assumed. So if I was going to get a case what would you think is a good choice? Corsair 900d, 780t, 760t, or the 750d. I was leaning towards the 780 or 760. I think they should be able to handle having 3 AIO coolers.
Yeah I've seen that i haven't come across anything about sli Seahawks. Ill have to do more research thanks!
Also I added an 8 tb hdd I think that would suffice to most my storage needs!
Thanks! you've helped me more than anyone so far!
Based on that video it looks like there is definitely no need to upgrade from a 4790. The 5820 was slower than the 4790 in some and the 6700 seemed to be just a little above like an average of 3 fps and that's not even noticeable but I mean I guess I could go for this build. It's not like it's more expensive and will run a newer cpu and the mobo would support any possible upgrades to the 1551 socket.
I could swap out the ssd for a cheaper one but the Neutron is red and matches and also is kind of pretty..... also it's supposed to be competitively faster compared to some of the cheaper ssd's out there.
Oh and yeah ill have a few TB's of hdd. That's a given. I might even get another 980 corsair ssd
Yeah ive looked into the skylake and im not impressed the 6600 doesn't really out perform the 4790. As of now at least baised on what ive read. The haswell-e though no I haven't researched it. I've been awa from computers for a while since the asus z77 came out. Im re-educating myself lol. If you have any advice that'd be great. Thanks about the corsair build. Lol. The only thing that i couldnt find corsair was the mobo. I was thinking about going the msi z97 mpower for extra water cooling but idk some people said water cooling isnt really worth it. I do plan on overclocking as much as possible tho.
I've done a lot of research on it. Baised on what ve read it's an amazing gpu. I came across it because I'm thinking about doing an all Corsair parts computer build. But I've been curious if the seahawk was as good as the reviews say. Also i was wondering if it's possible to sli
I want to be able to game and stream, & video edit. I will be using it mostly as a gaming/media center. And I love extremely good quality video and sound.
Well I have a pretty decent budget but I don't want to break the bank. I'm just curious why would intel be over amd?
Do you like your SeaHawk? I'm looking into getting one
Thanks, that was something i was very curious about. So what You are saying is if I were to sli the SeaHawk I'd have to customize my tubing? I do have dreams of doing a SLI eventually so if I'm gonna spend the 700 bones on a gpu i want to make sure not to waste it. I guess i was going for more of an all corsair build in my build just cause. I mean I did do a lot of research and ironically all the corsair equipment had extremely high and most times out performed the competition. But i'm beginning to wonder if going for an all Corsair Build is really worth it. Thanks for the help
That's how I felt. The difference is just a little bit
I will be overclocking, and I do want to do some pretty detailed video editing eventually. I just read that upgrading to the 6600k from the 4790k isn't really that much of an upgrade as for cpus. Currently they say at most it's a 10% increase. And actually in some benchmark tests for gaming the 4790k out performed the 6600k. Is the reason why everyone is telling me to upgrade to the 6600k just because of the ddr4? Or is it just because we will eventually be moving towards the LGA1151 Socket.
Oh, Thanks. I want to be able to have 4k for sure! I also want to make my rig a media center for movies. I also want to game, stream, and video edit. So i guess I should spend the $2-$3k
I guess a real question is how much better would a $2000 or $3000 computer be rather a $500 or $1000
so would you say just go with the i5 4590, and run 8 gb of ram it would save me quite a bit of money
oh what's a good thermal paste please reccomend me one.
I want to build a gaming computer mostly.
OH! That's a pretty cool build. I'mma have to do a ton of research just to learn more now! Thank you so much. I have that keyboard already and I have the Scimitar RGB Optical. I've been running a modded dell for gaming and I just want to upgrade to a real rig and i have the money to do it so why not right!?!! Thank you for all the help anything and everything any advice reccomendations will help me learn more so I'm very greatful.