Thank you very much!
Cool! I plan on doing the same thing eventually. Im going to wait to buy the other monitors as my budget is tight.
It has a vesa adapter that comes with it. It also includes a displayport cord.
Looks gorgeous! I smell a feature...
Nice build! Could you upload some more pics tho? Its a beautiful build +1
Amazing job on the clean comparison photos! I would like to see this get featured ;). What are your temps like? And what do you use it for?
Nope not at all, at my school we had a PSU tester and with it running I couldn't hear the fan at all, it is very quiet, the fan puts out a good amount of air, and it powers my system very well.
Nah, your doing great! And this is pretty bright so that's saying something, keep on going man I believe in you.
That's one of my favorite color schemes. I love how the colors blend, good job! +1
Are the clips for vr? Great build, looks powerful +1
Ok now that is a beast, I call a feature
Nice and clean mod. Hope it serves you well +1
Nice build, but why did you get such a big case?
Yes he is
No problem, I love the colors
Love the Description +1 for a well done rick and morty reference
Why did you respond twice?
Beautiful! More pics?
True, but if all you need is a 6core then it's up to the builder
Np, I love clean builds like this
Thats no problem, Im glad it worked! Are you going to upload the build?
Cheaper, meets their needs
More pics, its pretty good looking
Like the color scheme, very pretty and a work of art
Dang. Nice job
I feel like its good enough, if hes just using it for gaming. Also, the cpu will be in better shape regardless in the long run. He did a good job on the color scheme and build quality.
Nice, good luck!
Well if you didn't order the motherboard yet then get this one (it has WiFi and bluethooth built into it): https://pcpartpicker.com/product/43BTwP/gigabyte-b450-aorus-pro-wifi-rev-10-atx-am4-motherboard-b450-aorus-pro-wifi-rev-10
A USB works, but the one I sent you is better. And yes it has bluethooth. A USB one would work better for internet browsing, not gaming. The pcie works better for gaming since they work faster and have a higher bandwidth
Nice, has a different look than most builds +1
Nice and crisp +1
Also, when you do build your computer, if you run into any problems, just message me. I'm in a server class rn and took a computer course as well as helped a few friends build their computers.
Ok, so first off, don't worry about having too much wattage on your psu. The motherboard controls how much power goes where. Also, you can get a USB, but getting a pcie wifi adapter is better. I would suggest this one: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/y8BTwP/rosewill-rnx-ac600pcev3-none-wi-fi-adapter-rnx-ac600pcev3
Im kinda jelly, prices are extremely low rn. ;)
Wow, nice selection. Only thing I would change is maybe the case. But thats more of personal preference although, some cases have more features. A friend of mine has that case, it isnt the best, but it will do.
No problem. That monitor looks good. You plug it in to your graphics card via displayport. Which part list?
Also, the graphics card is still on sale, and I would suggest getting it while it still is. So is the CPU
Thanks! Great build, I'm a little jelly
I have zero regrets with my purchases, other than if I waited 6 months, I could have gotten the ryzen 5 for around 60 dollars less. I am very satisfied with the preformance with the two, as playing games on 144hz is really amazing. The only thing I would suggest is to see if any of the new gen of CPUs are in your price range as they have better efficiency. Also, make sure if you get a motherboard that has a bios that supports your CPU without updating it. So a B450 or AX470 would support zen series (like the 2600) and the AX570 for the zen 2 (the new one). That way you don't have to find a APU to update your bios. As for the rx590, it runs extremely well. If you get the the same model I got, be weary of the color scheme if you want to match your build, it ended up working for me as I just changed the color of my rgb fans. I hope this helps and good luck with your build!
Edit: I also would recommend the monitor I got as it plays beautifully at a very low price point. There is a black version as well. Took me a bit to figure out why I couldn't get it to 144hz instead of 60hz. You have to go to display settings in windows and manually change it to 144hz. It's pretty simple