True, it got 12 points higher on cinebench.
I guess wait and see? :)
you only need 1 KB and 1 Mouse for 1 PC. The PC can have more than 1 monitor on it :)
Quiet and Good Cooling, a Scythe Mugen 5 or Dark rock pro 4 are very good to take into consideration.
it should be a sticker with the brand name and logo on only one side of the fan.
the fans you have already are fine.
I mean the 3rd gen 9 series (Ryzen 9 3850X) Etc.
I'd wait for the new 9 series Ryzens. The 8 core ryzen beat out the 9900K, the 16 core ones have got to be better right? :)
that isn't too bad for a laptop. I'm happy if mine gets below 95 playing CS:GO. Do not risk the warranty.
That looks good. What is your max budget?
Also, instead of the 1070 buy a 2060, they have the performance of a 1070 Ti for around 350-400$.
You also want an SSD.
Trust me, you do NOT want to build a PC without one these days xD.
What Idiocy are you Babbling... :P
Does this Work for U?
Are you using solar power? If so, Great Job helping the environment. If not, then I think an investment into a power supply is in order :).
Otherwise great build, but a better CPU cooler (see: Kschendel) would work out and maybe keep the PC from setting on fire.
One, what games are you playing (my specialty)
Two, Looks good, though for your type of work a 1700 or 2600/2700 would be better, as the 1600 is an older CPU with only 6 cores and a low clock speed.
Make sure the fans are in a push pull config, one should have the sticker pointed INWARDS, one should be OUTWARDS.
That may help, you don't want it to be pulling where there is no air or pushing where there is already air.
This is good, but doesnt have any peripherals on it.
TBH I would wait for the new 3rd gen Ryzen chips to come out, they are supposed to be really good and really cheap.
If you need the PC really soon, this is a great build to go for:
PCPartPicker Part List
I was about to say, yeah, for video editing and gaming you want at least 16gb ram,
this is a good choice once you upgrade.
Good luck, build looks good.
I recommend Alphacool's radiators and EK's Tubes and Blocks, and the Corsair ML120's of course.
If you are going 1000d don't forget to buy a custom loop, otherwise it's no fun to build.
It shouldn't be. This is a High End 8gb Nvidia GPU, with no compatibility Problems.
Could you supply a link to your list so i could see what might be wrong? Thanks :)
Looks ok, but there are no 1440p 240 hz monitors anyways, so 1080p is your best bet:
This is a really good build, so good luck!
2 things, Y 2 mice and keyboards? Also, go for the Zowie SC2, great mouse, and the ducky/vortex with MX brown, they are of higher build quality.
You only need 1 240HZ monitor for gaming, the other ones can be 60HZ IPS panels that look really nice :).
TBCH IDK how you are going to afford this.
Mebby you live in the box it comes in?
Good Luck anyways =)
Well, the GPU is sufficient, but if you want better performance at 1080P then it is definitely not the way to go.
I'd recommend the 2600 over the 1700, but whatever you want ;)
You dont really need the cooler for the 2600, it comes with one that is more than adequate for a gaming PC.
the 1660 Ti is better for stream/recording/editing and stuff like that, just FYI. :P
ur PSU is really good, but getting a 650W+ would be better for upgrading in the future
Ah yes, sorry, Above is what i meant, sry for any confusion.
that's the point, it can't get to 1080p 60fps at higher settings AT ALL!
It might last awhile, but that will not be good for any gaming above 1080p at low- med settings, unless ur playing CS:GO, then u get all the FPS u want.
And anyways, he only has a 1440P monitor, why 4K? :/
you "fit" a titan for 650$ over budget.
OP, you can buy RGB and put it on the titan?
Anyways the 2080Ti can do 4k 144hz, the titan is BARELY faster that the 2080Ti and is 100% not worth the performance increase.
This is really good and was what I was going to do before some stuff happened:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Movies are Easy, and yes, of course you can keep the GPU, Good CPU's for mid grade are the 2600(ryzen) or 8400(intel). Though waiting for 3rd Gen ryzen is good.
That's a pretty good rule, though the 570 is a great card, to play modern games though a newer GPU would probably hold up for longer
Would 350 be a reasonable price to ask?
Oh wait you want Optical Huh,
Then that case is really good :)
The fractal Design Meshify C is Great and has some HDD bays
how much could i get for it do you think?
I saw something on EBAY going for 720 with one sold, should i ask about 500$ for this?
If you know what I could get for it, could you also please provide a build along side it for around 50-100$ more than the sell price?
Only the Ram, MOBO and CPU Btw, already have storage and GPU.
OOF that CPU bottleneck thooo. :P
The luxe looks nice, but that is very expensive; A nice budget case is the H500 for 75$, For a more expensive case the O11 Dynamic is great for airflow.
To get more fans a better MOBO would be recommended, just a cheap great combo to go with would be the 2700X with the MSi b450 Tomahawk for 400$, for a total of around 500$ worth of upgrades.
U forgot to mark the monitor as purchased. This build you have above is WAY more than 1000 NZD, it's 2.1k on my side.
This would work well for just gaming;
The 2700 is 130$ cheaper than the 2700x and you can OC it, so why not? The GPU is for a future purchase, so this comes in at just below 1000 NZD.
still good, but cooler is garbo, get a Dark Rock pro 4 or 360/280 AIO
Looks like your budget is around 2.5k, your build is good but that ram is Soooo overkill and you could take that and use it for 32 gb of cheaper ram and upgrade ur GPU or CPU.
Not too bad but you want an Intel processor like the new i7 or i9 for that type of build. The Bottleneck between the GPU and CPU there is crazy, and a 1700 doesn't really cut it for the 2080ti.
With the last part no. Building a PC is always cheaper than buying a prebuild. For BF and CM, you want to set aside at least 4 or 4.5k if you need peripherals etc.
Looks good enough, but getting a 1660 or 1660ti for a little more would be better for 144hz, I can average around 100 or so fps with the 580 on OW 1080p med-low and around 120 all low 1080p fortnite.
Wouldn't adding an extra 4gb ram at a higher speed be doable? AMD loves fast ram, and 4gb isn't much for anything nowadays, even surfing the web,
Yes, that is a good idea, a 2200G is a great cheap CPU, and works well paired with 8Gb of 3200mhz ram.
Looks like the best your can do for that price.
Looks ok but you are spending to much on the cooler, the dark rock pro 4 is good. Also don't get Corsair, get a zowie mouse and ducky keyboard.
Please do not use link shorteners it's again the forum rules.
I feel U, It's ok, just don't bump and you'll be fine.
I know, but the 9900k has better performance, and with ample cooling a 4.8 GHZ OC is good