It wouldn't be a huge difference to your eye, but it helps. Now, you don't have that bottleneck.
This triple monitor setup is amazing!
Coolio... I found an ok power supply when the prices were high last year. Thanks! :)
The difference between single channel and dual channel memory preformance is huge. Like 70fps to 90fps difference with a 1x8Gb stick and 2x4Gb sticks. Good job getting another one, because the bandwidth is doubled.
Man, I love your cases! I hope this gets featured! Nice job!
With the 2600, anything up to 1080 would work well. It depends on how much you spend. rx 590 is $220, GTX 1070 is around $400, GTX 1060 is ok but the rx 580 and rx 590 are waayyyy better. The new 1660 and 1660ti might work, but they arent well priced. Just find a budget, see whats available, and decide which one has the best performance for that set price.
It also depends on where he lives. Some places can have cards that have the same performance at completely different prices
The GPU I used is a older one from a friend that I am using as a placeholder. I plan on getting the Sapphire rx 580 nitro +. Its around $200 and has 8Gb of VRAM
Maybe it was the cheapest price
Its the GAMDIAS Talos p1 ATX Mid Tower
Honestly, that isnt barf, ive seen a ton of rgb overload builds, and this one has a good amount while staying tasteful. Its a good amount without being a eyesore. Nice job! +1
"Machine learning" my man, you should play minesweeper. You might just get 10 fps. Nice
The new one looks good enough
I just noticed that.
Its not Christmas yet OP! lol good job
In the final picture (Correct me if Im wrong OP) it looks like he removed the reservoir
How do you take such gorgeous pictures?
I second this
I see. Thats cool!
Nice! Not every day you come across a left hander
Nice! didnt know gigabyte made power supplies
What do you plan on using it for? Also, very pretty and feature worthy +1
You should be able to oc the 2600. I oced mine to 4Ghz no problems
RTX preforms better, but they have lots of problems and the ray tracing is only on a few games rn
No. But everyone knows what you mean if you say m.2. There's no reason why I should go correcting people for saying m.2 in stead of NVMe...
Wow. That color scheme is amazing!!!!
I want to make a custom loop, and like you I just got a 9 an hour job, but I need to save for a car and life in general. Ill be a senior next year, but Im also going to tech school... So Im sad... But I will still have a good gaming computer so thats a plus
Wow! Thats impressive! Love those colors
Yeah... Pretty much everyone calls NVMe, m.2. Its just easier to say, I say m.2 as well, although NVMe is the correct terminology. Some people who are grammar Nazis, get soooo triggered by this but I personally dont care, we know what you mean by m.2
Parents can be strange, my dad has a rule that if he didnt hear it, it didnt happen. Its really annoying
I hope the web browsing is a joke, cause theres no way you cant use this for gaming
He should have oced it to 40 or 4.1.
Not really. The case makes the build pop even more
Yeah, but he prob wont have overheating issues
+1 for the cat, although you need to hide those wires!
I am pretty sure its your case. If you have your pc vertical, you will have better temps vs having it on its side. You also oced it to its limits, all graphics cards are going to be hot and noisy at that clock rate
Nice! Thats hot! +1
How easy is it to diffuse a bomb?
No problem! I plan on getting it soon, and its pretty solid
Yes thank you!
Nobody commenting on the near perfect cable management? Its amazing!
Wow! Small, yet powerful parts. +1
Also, I would recommend the corsair headset stand, it has a usb port and a amp built into it with Rgb. I noticed your headset laying around and it would compliment your build.
Nice build! Whats funny is I have the same CPU, and am planning on getting the same GPU
Maybe he likes the brand...
Ok, well the cables in the computer are fine, I was more talking about the wall... It looks like your wall socket is on the wall, which makes it more difficult to manage. It should take less than a hour.
Here's kinda what I did with mine. Take out all the cables and get them out of the way. Mouse, keyboard, monitor, etc. Then find a hidden spot for you power strip, behind your desk or on the side is a ideal spot. Plug in all your power cords first, monitor power, desktop, router, etc. Put the cables directly behind your desk, in between the wall and it. Keep the extra length behind the desk in a bundle. Then, your ethernet cable and HDMI or whatever you use. Once again, hide the extra behind the desk. Do whatever cables you have left, and do the same.
Heres a video with some stuff that might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkB-GNEt9Fk
Hope that helps!