absolutely gorgeous +1
I love the blackout theme, great build :)
Why is it that I keep seeing people recommend cards AFTER the build has been posted?
It's always "Well actually, you should have bought this card, It's better in my opinion, I don't care if you already bought a different card, you should buy this one instead." like come on boys, op isn't gonna sell his new card and buy a different card in the same performance demographic.
Guys chill, if the kid wants to spend the money, let him spend the money, it's his right (or his parents).
don't lie tho, none of us make our beds
stop acting like a child and let the man spend his money the way he wishes you communist
nice case mod bro lmao +1
bruh that's allot of psus lool
that and evga doesn't void your warranty for putting on waterblocks like gigabyte and others do
imagine recommending non overclockable intel processors
any reason for the lack of an nvlink bridge? great build nonetheless +1
no such thing as 2800x lol
did you even read the description before you posted this
that's a lot of monitor +1
that gpu weighed about 5 pounds so it sagged like a mf
so instead of buying a bracket I decided I'd make one
Kendrick would be proud
I DID NOT HIT HER
I DID NAAAT
daaaang this thing is sexy +1
I would recommend against that specific 5700xt due to the poor thermal performance compared to similarly priced 5700xts.
another fantastic build my guy +1
I got worried when I saw that stock cooler in the first pic lool +1
dang! That's great
dannng boy I wanna get gpus where you're getting them
You may want to check the thermal paste application on that gpu core, build is great though +1
nvidia fanboy alert
wow this is dope +1
doesn't need them, nvme has a boot time advantage by a few seconds and transferring giant files at better speeds, but you probably would never notice them while gaming or using the web
This. thing. is. slick.
+1 my dude
Nah this motherboard sadly doesn't have wifi, but for 120$ I don't think many boards have any wifi
God this thing is hot +1
this is 100% a troll post but a good one at that
Nice price/performance rig :) +1
staff ain't no fun lmao
agreed, please fix your memory sticks
with my current config no, but I'm gonna upgrade at some point, so the board should be fine with an 8 core whenever I get to a gpu bottleneck
Hasn't failed me yet, I've gotten a stable max oc with the 2600 (although I keep it at 4 rather than 4.2 for temps and the likes), vrm temps are well under control, and it's pretty durable. I'll keep it until the point when I need to get a better vrm for a higher core count cpu, but I'm not seeing any bottlenecking with the cpu yet so that's not something I plan on doing.
now this is a build my man +1
hope you get to upgrade that gpu, then you'll have a real nice build :) +1
u gonna get yourself a better monitor to take advantage of this build??
any pics of the actual pc?
Good God it's beautiful
lemme hit you with some real speed: my sub megabyte plan
Cores do not always equal performance, It's more about the single threaded performance that games care about, once the 2600k is overclocked, the single threaded performance is almost equivalent, not to say that in games WHERE the extra cores can be utilized that the ryzen won't perform better, but in games that only utilize a low amount of cores (which is the majority of modern games), they perform near each other. Now, on the fact of the 8600k, it will bottleneck the 2080ti, but so will an 8700k, 9600k, 9700k, 3600, 3700x, 3900x, 9900k, or anything else you could think of will bottleneck it to some extent, but it won't bottleneck it badly, and it'll still perform well.