Yes, up to 64
Cyberpunk 2077 vibes
How is that G413 for left-handed use?
The true face of desperation
Well looks like its time to get new pants...
When did you build this?
The 2200G is equal to the i5 7500, yet nobody would be complaining if you went with the i5...
why is there an SLI bridge just chillin' in there lol
PSU still kicking!
inb4 people say the i3 bottlenecks the GPU
$40 for 16 gigs? sniff brings a tear to my eye!
not enough fans
Wish I had this rig when I was 7...
Why didn't you just get a power supply out of the trash? I'm sure it would've lasted atleast a few days...
Good build however if you went with a more conservative motherboard like around 90$ and gotten a 60$ PSU you could have squeezed in a 1080
So this is where it all began....
I need a jacket now
"Smallest amount of money possible" costs 7000 dollars
Yep that's right, theoretically you could just yeet an SSD anywhere in the case but you never know when something unexpected happens and you could end up damaging the system. Much better to just spend a few bucks and play it safe
Nice setup, would definitely recommend upgrading soon as the effects of tariffs will be felt soon in the PC market (Good or bad, but its safer to make the jump now while prices are acceptable imo)
needs more pics
Yep, I definitely lucked out on the prices this time around (Even though it meant that half of the PC would end up gathering dust in my closet until I could get a good deal on the other parts lol)
How is the pixel density on those monitors? I was going to go with 27" myself but I heard 24" is more optimal for 1080p
Yep I'll definitely be adding a couple more intake fans so that I can put the side panel on without having my GPU choke to death
another problem is the front panel of the case cause it is pretty bad for airflow. I might mod it in the future with some mesh or something but overall this is a pretty steamy build lol
I considered the arctic fan coolers on amazon and they looked pretty nice but they would end up blocking my second PCIe slot which I intend to fill soon so that wouldn't work ;(
Yeah if I hadn't went with 16 gigs of RAM I could have bought an actual hard drive and a Strix or Nitro+ GPU
Yeah I will definitely get to adding 2 more fans in the front. The card surprisingly isn't too loud but 89C is just too close for comfort
Spending more on fans than on your CPU, lol, I love democracy
Great build, too bad the light strip is so bare
You made the right choice here. You never know what a used GPU was used for. You could end up buying a card that will die on you in a month because the previous owner ran it 24/7 @80C max load
Although I think you could have saved by going with Newegg or something, you did a good job for the price
1050ti for $200? Damn, mining really did screw up the GPU market
whelp nvm then I probably should have checked the parts list cause it looked like a mini
gr8 build but I think it would have been a better idea if you had gotten a MicroATX board unless you plan on getting an ITX case soon
Yeah but the user has a 1060 in there aswell
Only matters when using Integrated Graphics
If you are planning on running the stock cooler grab a 2600x instead of the 2600 because the latter comes with the Wraith stealth and the X comes with the normal wraith
I was about to comment about how 80+ titanium PSU's are meant for servers that are running 24/7 but then I saw how much this thing costs overall, so I figured you just wanted to go all out, amirite? XD
It will probably fit whenever you decide to get a better power supply, as the one that you have isn't exactly cable management oriented
good build overall
my main point about the overkill is the 80+ titanium rating
Would recommend routing the 8 pin PCIe cable to the right instead of the top
PSU seems kinda overkill tho
You should put some more pictures up especially some with the completed result
ikr? Its like: I will destroy a console in games! (Btw you have to pay 5 times more for it) Real console killers should be sub $400
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The point of this build is to prove that PC gaming (i.e good graphics @playable frame rates) can be done for a budget. To prove this point, you're gonna want as much FPS as possible. What part of that is wrong?
? You can OC the 2600