Tell me if you save 18K, i might ask for some
It should be have tb3 in the GPU holder, but idk sry.
looks good to me, if you already have an HDD then just get the SSD in the buid and use the one you already have, no point in switching over everything to another drive when it's already on the first one,
I GTG for the night, pretty late over here and i'm at 7% battery on my laptop. Message me and i will respond in the morning, I hope your build goes well.
No, the razer Core X is a External GPU Holder,
Here is one you can check out: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073PYMG3G/ref=twister_B075GD32WY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
The CPU cooler looks like a Hyper 212EVO with 2 corsair LL fans with RGB on white.
EDIT NVM it has 2 Heatsinks. Maybe the Noctua NH-D15? With the same fans?
The 1700 which is better for streaming is about the same for gaming, but you give up the readability of the B450 and X470 mobo's since they have to use B350 and X370.
It works, but getting the 1660 like imperiousBattlestar Said would be better
Gigabyte is more known for making good motherboards, but this GPU is pretty good. If you really want to be sure, spend a little more and get the EVGA Black, It's the best you'll get for it's cheap price. Also, dont forget you can Overclock stuff, so dont spend more for a higher clock, you can do it yourself. The Cooler you have will support that CPU at 4.4 or 4,5 GHZ with idles of around 30-35 Degrees C, which is hot, but not too-too hot, especially when OC'ing. The In Game temps will probably go to low 80s or 70s.
I dont see the case for MATX.
Oh the 1000D has 2 cases inside one, oh
Im poor lol :PPPPPP
Looks really nice, though it would be a pain to fit a custom loop into the second part of the 100D.
Oops sry here:
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I also like this one, it has a cheaper GPU and Storage but includes the monitor.
Ok, this build is beautiful and pretty well priced. It has a 9700K with a godly cooler and 2080 ROG edition.
I'll make a build for you
This has a case more to my liking and better RGB on the RAM,
If you want to go cheaper, and are just gaming, 16 Gb of ram is perfect and 32 GB is useless.
They are about the same, though that's because the 8086K is already pre clocked to 4.0 GHZ, with a nice cooler getting to 4.5 or higher with the 9700K should be pretty easy. Plus the 9700K cheaper.
The 8086 I think comes with slower ram too, so that's something else to take into consideration.
wow 200$ off is really great any day for anything, unless it's a car.
Told you :P
hey man, just wanted to tell you, someone will respond to your post you dont need to bump them, it's against the forum rules I believe
get 8gb ram in this day and age
Nowadays my 8b PC is getting 30-40% used with nothing that wasn't important open.
When i upgraded old PC from 8 to 16 it jumped 10-20 FPS higer adn only ~15% was used on the home screen
wow 10TB? Geez that's alot...
Anyways, I get what you are saying about panda theme, but if you got the Fractal design, it has a much sleeker polygonal type mesh front for that difference and it is still white.
This, IMO, is the best case EVER: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/xBVD4D/fractal-design-meshify-s2-white-tg-atx-mid-tower-case-fd-ca-mesh-s2-wt-tgc
This is a Nice SFF build that is pretty much like your but with better CPU and PSU and slightly less better ram.
I love the case, it's beautiful, but he wanted the other case because it was small and portable.
Also, if you get the CPU at that price, why not get the 9900K?
Here is the Style.
Beautiful, my only complaints are
1: The ram doesnt need to be that fast, that's maybe a .005 second difference over 3200 ram and it's much more expensive.
2: You will need much more storage to hold anything worth having these days, The OS, Destiny 2, And Red Dead Redemption two alone will fill that HDD, an extra 2TB should be enough.
3: For a white case, I prefer the H700, it is much sleeker and doesn't have the ugly black part in the front as the Enthoo has.
The fractal design R6 white TG USB-C is also pretty good.
Nice Intel build, it is pretty good, though getting an 9600K 9th gen is cheaper and has just 3% less performance, the 9700K is only around 50$ more expensive adn has quite a bit better gaming performance, and after an OC it will run very well at 1440P
Keep the 2080, 144hz at 1440p is hard, but at the right settings the 2080 will be enough to get you there,
I meant 2070 sorry
the 2070 also has that stuff as well, it is made by the same company and is just a higerh performance model.
looks good, but the extra money for the 2g's extra vram on the 1070 IMO would be a good choice because it allows for more bandwidth for the higher res while gaming and editing.
that was just my way of thinking, though IMO 8K dollars just for 8K gaming is a little much, he has to have something else he does for his job for it to be worth that.
true, but i though the bandwidth of so many cores would help with FPS
If you get a custom loop or really nice cooler, OC'ing a little shouldn't be too hard.
It's a 6fps loss over SLI titan, for around 2.5k Cheaper,
I saved money by going with a weird 4 monitor setup, but It may still be too much for the GPU's
If you just want something to game on, why not get an external GPU? you can get a razer core X for 2-300 and a 2060 which will actually run RL at 1440p or even 4k.
thanks for your input!
well, PCIe is faster than sata anyways so it will be a little faster, and it wont look as ugly
true, but we already own storage, GPU and PSU
I would go with a better PSU, 550 or 650, 450 for a build like this is not good, the RX580 itself recommends a 500w.
I really like this build, it's quick and efficient, though i would recommend spending the extra 30 to get a sapphire, they are much better than power color and they have come down to reasonable prices.
This one here has a better GPU if you are willing to go over 2k.
If you have concerns about CPU or GPU power, This website is great: https://www.userbenchmark.com/
As of now, the 1660Ti is around 15% worse than the RTX 2060, and the 2060 is 150$ more, and the 9600k is around 3% worse than the 8700k, for around 150 AU$ less.
With this build, the best you are going to do with games is 1080p at medium-high settings, depending on what you are playing.
This may or may not be a better use of the budget, you choose.
For 144hz 1080p the 2060 would be fine, but at high settings on some games probably wont get the 144hz mark.
For that the 2070 is very good.
I know, but I'm just reccomending that you do get an Igpu, they have helped me on multiple occasions. The cost between the 2 isn't much anyways.
Neveveveveveeveveveveveevevve neveveveveveeveveveveveevevve r get the f. The Igpu is the most useful thing on the planet. Has saved me many a time.
Looks good but a 144 hz would be cheaper,
I'm just really remarking on the prices. In the us that build would cost less than 1500$.
Read OP post it's AU so prices are inflated.
Np you're welcome.
CPU, GPU, and RAM.
AMD 2600 CPU
NVIDIA 1660 by ZOTAC GPU
16GB Trident Z RGB 3200 ram for the wow factor.
For a mother board the gigabyte Aorus ultra for 130b bucks is really good, especially since it is x470.
How big is the evo?
Also never heard of the case, though it may be good, and you will definitely want more storage, though you said you already had HDDs?
Otherwise pretty solid to me.
looks good, but adding some more SATA SSD or HDD storage would help for storing video editing videos
Yes, the fractal designs are actually my favorite cases, totally go with the R6