Client was aware of the cost difference and chose them purely for aesthetic. But one thing you seem to lack knowledge of is the chipset types, these TridentZ Royals have Samsung B-Die memory, which is often the most stable for over clocking and preferable to any Ryzen system. For instance, my personal rig features Hynix memory which is of lesser quality and costs significantly less. Another thing to note is that our market is potentially very different from your own and this included the sales tax of our state.
Hopefully this was insightful, have a wonderful day!
np bro, sucked when I ran into the issue so I'm more then glad to warn
I don’t personally intend on BIOS Flashing any of the 5700’s in the systems I’ve built, both this one and my personal system had issues with the gpu drivers, they seem to be the main issue but another thing to note is if you have an LG ultra wide 75 hz monitor, it will be unusable due to the incompatibility between the two.
System was built for airflow, so max temps on this system wouldn't match many other systems, I can tell you on my personal rig which uses the same board but is a red devil variant of the 5700, gets around 60c max at 50% fan, 80c at 15% fan and 31c at full speed under load 4k60
Do you use Windows or Linux with this system, I've experienced great performance on Windows and Linux but it seems to be hit or miss and while I can achieve higher framerates on Windows, the drivers for the 5700 have only been stable on Linux for me, where the performance right now has been often halved by certain games.
The client, myself and the market I posted this in reference to are all USD and that's easily apparent so I don't see he relevancy, but an odd price nonetheless.
It clearly states $837 usd homie.
From the owner of the system: I'm liking it pretty ******* good dog, straight up did not break yet, so. In reality though, it is very good, I can run GTA V at maximum settings while screen sharing it alt tabbed ant feel no performance drop. And that is a real statement.
Wait, why did you spend (If I'm seeing this right) $420 on fans but got a overclocking worthy case and put a 240rad in it on a 3400g running a 1660ti (both of which are far too weak for what was spent and often bad deals) then you got 2 sets of 16gb ddr4-3200 that might have different chipsets on the inside instead of getting a quad channel one for possibly less.
and to top it off, you got an x570 motherboard for a 12nm cpu that is less money than the aforementioned motherboard.
I'm very, verrry confused.