Big fan of your account man. Keep on doing the awesome PC builds.
+1 for being a risky mother hubbard
Also I play tf2 so mine sliding the server ip or name for a fellow demoknight.
IMO i recommend the I5 for gaming. And the R5 1600 for now intensive workloads like streaming or video editing
Check out the new video by Linus Tech Tips which shows the performance difference in the 2 chips.
Edit: Here's the link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EJOnwF8mgXc
Great to see this build man. Looks awesome and I am so happy for that you got money to make this seriously AWESOME build. +1
Great Build +1
I always love it when I see NAS builds, but not that many people post these types of build on PCPP
ROBLOX is the name of a game that is mostly played by little children and characterized by most people as a "cringy" game.
3D modeling programs rely a lot on the gpu so what i recommend is that your sell your gpu and get a better gpu and i would get the r5 1400 to save on cost as 3D modeling does not rely on the cpu as much as the gpu.
Im pretty sure this build can run World of Warcraft
Needs more RGB.
But seriously FANTASTIC build. +1
Don't know anything about this, sorry. But I think this shouldn't be the forum where you should be asking this
RGB?!?!?!?!?! tHaTs FoR nErDsSsSssS
I mean it is totally fine to spray paint your RAM as long as you don't make any contact with the spray and the gold contacts of the RAM.
"Freelance worker. I see" - Linus
If you are not sure about the size than just measure how much clearance you have in your desk compared to your case size.
You have a good build there but i would recommend going for the Corsair 200r if the budget fits it because i am not sure about the build quality or features of the case, and the Corsair 200r is only $30 more expensive. But one of the good things about the build you posted is that you are able to overclock the build if wanted to.
If you are concerned about space then yea go an mITX build but if you are not worried about space then i would go a a mATX as they are relatively cheaper than mITX builds.
Great build you have there, but i would recommended checking some benchmarks of the r5 1600x against an equally priced Intel processor.
Update: Here is a website that has some benchmarks: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3186811/computers/ryzen-5-review-vs-core-i5-ryzen-5-1600x-wins-for-best-mainstream-power-cpu.html?page=2
Just don't have too high expectations on ryzen in gaming right now since they are still optimizing games for them to run better on ryzen, and AMD is still ironing out some bug fixes in ryzen.
It's good. Nothing I would change.
If he gets an I5 the GPU that he is getting would probably get bottlenecked by the I5.
I saw in the recent Linus Tech Tips video that you will get more performance the more you overclock the ryzen R5 cpu's so i would recommend getting the 1500X just to get more performance in games, but if don't want to spend more money that is okay. But if you are not planning to overclock at all i would recommend an A320 (IDK) Board to save some money. Also you might want to check if the RAM you have is compatible with the CPU you are getting as some RAM modules are not compatible with Ryzen CPU's.
Now that I am looking at the benchmarks you guys are right on the performance being marginal i might change this in the future but for now i am getting kinda drowsy, because i live in the east coast.
First of all, thanks for the feedback and support.
Now i am using a 120gb as a boot drive and some little programs 240 gb is more for people who who store bigger files and for the target audience i am aiming for they probably won't have those type of files in their SSD's
i think you should post that in the build opinions as that is where the better post is but thanks!
I mean Soyuz are right on the PSU part but I think it is great for anybody who wants to upgrade to some more serious stuff down the road. And performance wise i am going for the 1060 6gb as it provides way more performance than a 480 does. I am not looking for cheaper stuff here as it for a person who has around an $800 budget.
You just click the little gear in the cpu list and it should give you settings on how you can change it.
Decent build and I also like that you are going for the new G3 PSU's from EVGA i'm hoping to get one i heard some good things about it.
I would recommend seeing this video for the case fna issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ll1GMzz3JLo
U would probably go for the first Intel Pentium D dont know which one but those where the cpu's that sparked a whole new generation of multi tasking abd multi threaded work loads.
Naw, i we speak right know i am running out of fort Knox for no apparent reason (lol) and know for some reason i have multiple upon multiple of millions of dollars.
K. Bring the stuff I told you I need it for that thing that's going to happen in a couple of days that i told you about.
YOu drive a hard bargain but deal.
How about a Googlplex of Ram.
Whoa calm down there buddy I know i have a million dollars but i think i might not be able to afford it.
One ram of what?
How much? I would buy.
Of course I would need a 1 yottobyte of RAM to even run windows in the background.
Look at the USP sweetheart.
I think so but for running minesweeper i think i will need this computer: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Remember this is just an htpc for normal use and i rather just get 20Tb of Ram to store all moy files in my main rig. This is when i'm bored and want to stream netflix.
Yea i was for the octadeca motherboard then i realized i needed to save some more so get the deca'octa 'hedra'tri quad motherboard for my real gaming machine so you know i had to cut some corners.
This kinda looks the same as the build guide PcPartPicker has for Ryzen for streaming and gaming.
yea i am thinking about buying the Titan supercomputer. This is just for casual gaming not gonna playing a lot on this system. I am just hoping to stream Netflix at 1000000K res.
Rx 480 usually sit around the $220-$300
Of course why didn't I think of that.
The only problem is that if you are using a skylake cpu on a 200 series motherboard is that your ram will only operate at 2133 mhz.
I would go for the pentium g4600 as almost all the big name websites are out of stock with the g4560.
The g4560 is super hard to get because in most places they are out of stock. probably get a g4600.