Awesome build! Were you able to get all 8 RAM kits at 3200?
I had a 4790k and a 980ti for my college build since FPGA hdl circuits and VLSI chip designs would take hours and up to days to compile on a laptop and made me struggle to meet deadlines making a powerful desktop a necessity
Thanks for the wishes!
I was able to fit the Trident Z with the 120mm gpu cooler on top but a 140mm cooler wouldn't really work since there isn't a lot of height clearance if that helps.
I saw that one! Thanks though. Yeah I have like 5 utilities and a traffic firewall going haha
I placed the fans where they needed to be then put the screws in just enough that they would pop out behind the fan and aligned the radiator then screwed them in once they were aligned
I love Definitive's speakers. That setup sounds awesome man! Yeah Ryzen is great value for money. Plus the AM4 socket will supported till 2020
Thanks man! I really like it, it's the best upgrade I've had in a long time. What audio setup are you rocking?
Yeah it sucks. I won't be buying a titan again.
Yeah I've used Yocto and BitBake for years, I really like it.
The interconnect between the two quad-core CPU Complex blocks runs at the same speed as the actual memory clockspeed. Hence, I got 3200Mhz cl14 memory. I use Yocto which has great options for scaling with cores and caching unchanged parts of a binary.
I really like it. It has 4K/60 Hz HDMI 2.0a and HDCP 2.2. It also has airplay, spotify and pandora streaming. It provides pretty good power to speakers as well. The UI & remote isn't the best though
It's fine haha
If I were getting a card today I definitely would but I got the titan in November for my last build
32gb would have no added value for my needs.
I definitely agree!
It's really nice!
I got it for my last build a while ago and didn't really see a point of buying the ti
Exactly! Speakers last a really long time and I feel they're a much better addition compared to flashy details. If people actually tried gaming with a nice sound system, it can literally make the floor shake when there's a dramatic scene in a game. It's feel like actual imax and there's just nothing compared to it. I had the R6 in ears and a set of RP-150M bookshelves before I got the Shure and B&W.
Yeah it's really disturbing. Microsoft being the trash they are, with the forced anniversary update included the ability for them to install 'featured games' on your computer without your consent.
I definitely want to put Linux on this machine. I'm looking buying a new ssd to dual boot right now.
Thanks! Yeah, I use it mostly for listening. I completely agree, I don't get why people here skim so much on audio. I love your build and those beautiful tower speakers, I've always been a huge Klipsch fan. They were what got me into high end audio.
That might be a great option too, thanks!
Oh that looks pretty cool! I'll look into it, thanks!
Nice! ELAC makes really good speakers.
Thanks man! I highly recommend them
Thanks for pointing that out! I appreciate it, I made the change. I added another image of the setup!
Nice! Looks like an awesome build! Let me know if you need any help deciding on speakers! Also the 1080 ti should be coming out in early January so just something to consider!
Wow that'll be an amazing build! I love almost all the parts you listed. Just curious why you're thinking of going with all those different ssds? Have you looked into m.2 drives at all? Also don't forget about a nice set of speakers or headphones! A nice sound system can make all the difference! I can recommend setups if you do have a budget in mind!
Thanks! I would highly recommend doing it!
Will do, thank man!