It wont be within a year and i think he should have went with a 1700 :P
Yup i have no clue why he would keep them
good build! :) would have went with a 1700 and a better motherboard and used the free cooler you get though
wouldve got 16GB of ram instead of 32 and then put that money towards a better mobo and wouldve bought a 250GB SSD and then put that money towards a 3TB 7200RPM HDD but otherwise good build
If you wanted 4 sticks of ram due to the RGB you couldve done 4x 4gb
oh I didn't notice that my bad :P
they both suffer from cooling actually its a issue with the thermal paste not the cpu :P
I didn't know this but I still stand by what I said because a graphics card just a little bit more expensive such as a 1050 or 750Ti will absolutely destroy the 730GT in terms of performance
i usually see people pairing a weak cpu with a powerful gpu or the other way around but this build is pretty much perfect good job doing your research!
the GT730 was a horrible choice
The iGPU in the cpu is better than it. Nobody should ever buy that gpu even if you arent gaming
7700k would have been a much better choice but otherwise good build
would have went for the 6700k
otherwise good build
i would have went with a ryzen 5 1600 and a gtx 1060 6gb instead of your config but otherwise great build
should have bought the 6700K
otherwise its a good build
buying the i7 7700 instead of the 7700k was a very bad idea and in my opinion that cpu should be paired with a 1070 not 1060
" no overheating even though sometimes it reaches nearly 50 degrees" 50 degrees is very cool
shouldve spent the extra 50$ and got a ssd too
and a 1TB hdd also costs 50$
And i would get a ryzen 1400 along with a 1050ti Instead
Still a good build though
meh couldn't really tell you were joking so my bad ;P
overclocking cant magically turn a i3 into a i7...
code wasn't available at the time and i got my 1080ti ftw3 now so ill try to upload more pics with better quality
seems like he cheaped out on every part except for cpu and gpu though.
Actually no it will only display up to 2560x1600 from Dual link DVI
and 1920x1200 from Single
Ik you were joking but I still wanted to point it out
yeah SSDs are really cheap now I made a 470$ build for my friends who are currently on xbox and I managed to fit a SSD into that price range.
yes i agree
pretty sure its some kind of black ops themed build. If it isn't then im amazed somebody would build a pc this nice for call of duty....
Click on the Hue+ tab on your dashboard
you will have a button that says change mode at the bottom
then you will have a sync option
yeah i bought a ftw3 elite black and it is shipping 5/22 ;/
Yep I agree try out some games like hotline miami or battlefield 1 maybe you might like some other games.
You can use a program named Minitool Partition Manager to automatically migrate windows to the SSD but you will still need to set the SSD as boot drive in your bios obviously :P
Also don't buy a hybrid hard drive they are just not worth it
Hey I have had issues with CAM at first but I fixed it by disabling the Sync Feature! I would do the same and see if the CAM lighting issues you are having stops!
Ik you are joking and yeah it is pretty annoying when people say that. I find people saying PCs are always more expensive much more annoying though ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Haha I find that being said often by Xbox One users XD