needs a fat cleaning
How much for the cat?
Is that a little raspberry pi display i see? O.o
Its probably a screen for rPi's
mmm synced rgb................
Huzzah a man of class.
You lost me at "PowerColor Radeon HD 6790 1 GB"
they would be matching two m.2 nvmes together based on what OP put in the description
Its cute lol, bench it on firestrike O.o
Black/Green design... pp used harden
Damn that's fancy.
Pretty nice, my only question is what does windows say your ram is operating at? In most cases ryzen isn't compatible with ram over 2933mhz unless its really specific dimm/models. So Mobo may say 3600mhz, but windows may only be operating at 2933. >.>
I think you completely missed the "M.2-2280 drive" in the parts list. Though i second the risky part, kinda. I've been booting off two Samsung 960evos in raid0 for the last 2+ years, never have i run into an issue unless it was my dumbass messing it up.
My grandma has a better pc then you.
well i'm sorry that the only game you seem to play is league and csgo.
"most games preload 85% of game textures at the beginning of the game , heavy games such as Triple A titles do that", wow i wonder what kinds of games post people play, of yeah triple a titles
It actually can... lmao... HDD can cause bottlenecks in any kind of loading. Waiting for your textures to load in is 100% game drive & ram related
Please take me to this discount store you speak of
Most big games are optimized for SLI. Like battlefield and r6s are for sure. I beat out my 1080ti friend with my 1070sli in those B)
use em my d00d honestly nothing to worry about as long as you didnt buy them from china lol
Founders Edition GPU +1
Great job for a first time build, only complaint is how the 24pin cable is run, honestly cant find anything that could use advice other than a fully modular psu next time lol
See, this, this is a pc.
I pray that you didnt spend 1300$ on a 3 year old card
Pretty close to my laptop specs not bad B)
OP put in description it was built a while back
never did i say anything about new, used gpus are wonderful for budget builds
What wonderful pricing
nice build somewhat similar to mine. I would recommend looking into moving your pc to a NVME drive if you care about editing, it really allows your processor to stretch its legs during long render process. I used to render 4k special affects out of aftereffects and the nvme drive made a real impact on render times
that godly SSD price jfc. Good choice on HDD
nice of you to only look at newegg, since obviously thats the only place to buy a gpu. sure i can agree that listing is definitely cheaper, but thats not the gpu OP purchased. Any other new vega64 is closer to 600$ while most 1080 listings, if you were to even take time to look, is closer to 500$. Heres a gtx 1080 listing you obviously missed.
incorrect there kiddo, i find plenty of gtx 1080s with better pricing. 550$+ != cheap
jfc lmao, glad to see you still have your finger
Also radiator tubing on this one is too short for front mount and possibly not enough room anyways.
I fail to see how your 1070 is bottlenecking the system with your current monitor setup. I'd say look at 1070SLI if anything, 2k series gpu would be a waste with the improve gains, especially since raytracing kills performance bad still, wait til 3k series if anything. You can pick up another 1070 for around 300. Im running FE 1070SLI and 8700k in my rig and out perform my buddy in fps is most AAA games and hes got 8086k with a 1080ti.
oof, OP apparently has never head of a delidding tools. better go buy a i7 to make up for that walk of shame after you almost had to take yourself to the hospital for fkn around with a razor blade.
OOF why the vega card tho....
You should set those SSD's in raid 0 my d00d, and when you move up swap them for some nvme drives also in raid 0 lmao.
Like he said in the reply a month ago lmao.
Lol include more of this in the description fam, sitting here thinking half more than half the build was brand spankin new.
Lol just giving you a roast for the cable management. You did a great job for a first build. Tho heres some tips. First over clock your ram or replace it with a 3000 kit, Ryzen performs far better with higher clocked ram, but in most cases wont support speeds after 2933 (basically if you plug in faster itll down grade to 2933 in most cases depends on ram dimms). i would consider flipping your aio radiator, personal preference that tubing at top looks nicer, though definitely look into another 120mm fan for the rad. Having the one in front push air thru rad and the back of rad pulling helps performance of cooling considerably.
"not worth the price to performance gains."
There is a 1440p100 ultra wide monitor here. nvme is superior in every aspect to sata, for about 20$ more on this build specifically, and the cpu could have been the k model for 40$ more.
You're trying to give me the normal peasant bs, price to performance and what not. A total of 60$ more for the 2 things i mentioned yet you completely over look the ultra wide for over 1000$ when you can find normal 16:9 1440p144 for less than half the price. So riddle me that one
I mean you blow over a thousand on both the gpu and monitor but skimp on the cpu and storage. Performance or not, you saved a few dollars cutting those corners. And i can guarantee NVME makes a massive difference in workload aspects over standard sata ssds.
I mean if thats what you wanna do go for it lol, youll get around gtx 1070 performance in most games give or take
plenty of games my 1070sli sits at 20-40% range. Sure games like r6s and bf5 and such crank it up to 90-100 range but you throw on a game like gmod, ill hit 300+fps and gpu is basically asleep
HDD boot drive != gaming pc
~4k build price but no 8700k or nvme?
Literally just buy this immediately
Move up to a 2x8GB kit of 3000mhz ram, you can find them on amazon for around 40$ more than you spent on the 1 dimm of 8. Having the low (lower than standard) ram clock speed is shooting your ryzen in the foot in terms of performance.