RAM is good, I would definitely get 2 sticks though because they only run at half speed with 1 stick. If you don't plan on ever using more then 32gb of RAM then 2x8gb would probably be better
Perfect. Thanks mate. I'll read up on that one as see how I go.
In your case it won't make much of a difference. I would recommend getting black RAM as it can go with almost any color scheme
I suggest you get a hard drive with a budget this size. Also, you didn’t include the operating system in that build which will add another 80 bucks to the total. Sorry I forgot about wifi but a wifi card is only about 30ish dollars i think. Ill redraft your list. Any particular reason why you chose that ram?
If you want to play at absolute minimum settings a 1060 might be able to do it but no gaurentees
I would suggest a Ryzen 1700. Slightly older but still should be better then the 2600x
Here is the list I compiled: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/8tRCKB
It should be able to meet all your son’s need reasonably and it should be upgradable in the future. If you want me to explain anything in it, just ask
I can build you a part list, what is your budget in what currency? (Eg. USD, AUD etc)
Thanks, thats all I need to know. That saved me a ton of hunting, thankyou
It was an intel 5400
Sorry, I can’t help more. Wish you luck and I suggest that if you’re find something, you post the code you used to do it somewhere so other people in the same boat as you can find a fix
Technically this is possible but may involve a fair amount of tinkering. Depending on your skills in code (I'm not sure what language specifically) this could be achieved. What is the program that you are using currently?
When you say bottom, do you mean the under side or the lower half of the top side if oriented with the I/O to the left?
Although more expensive, the 2700 is about 5% faster, has a higher base clock speed (3.2Ghz compared to 3.0) and can turbo 0.3GHZ faster (Up to 4.1Ghz). All Cache is the same with the exception of the 2700 having 1x 16mb of L3 Cache as compared to the 2x 8mb in the 1700 which equate to the same anyway. Unless you are hosting servers for the latest and greatest, the 1700 should do fine although if you want that little bit more and have the money, go for the 2700. What servers are you hosting?
How many PCIe lanes have you used? Sometimes M.2 slots share bandwidth with your PCI lanes used for your other device, eg your GPU etc.
I sit right next to the router so I know this isn’t the problem. I went and checked the actual card from the page I bought it from ebay and it states that it should support both 2.4 and 5ghz for pretty much all the wifi standards.
Heres the link
Thats good, better then it being anything else
I’m not too sure. Give it a crack and keep me updated
At a guess, I would think that the problem is not with the ISO but with the installation process. Have you tried just leaving the stick in after the installation and just not selecting it from the boot menu?
To remove the other partition i suggest a program called Minitool Partition Wizard. You can delete, edit or more partitions with it
Its a buget-y build.
But good point
Damn, I want to see that. Hoth is like my second favourite planet
Most likely an assembly issue. Have you tested it outside the case? Its a good way to make sure everything works before you spend hours cable managing only to work out it was all for nothing
Mustafar? Am I right in thinking StarWars?
Why Fenrir? Good looking build, especially in the dark
Scrolling down the parts list says enough.
Congrats on the feature
Shouldn’t bottleneck too badly, that gpu will see you through for a few years yet
Sure thing, any of these cases can work, there are even more if you’re willing to spend extra:
Black and white theamed. Room for disk drive if necessary
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Sorry I skimped on the boot drive (The SSD) but this thing should thrash what you throw at it with room to upgrade in the future
He plans on running 2 gpus in addition to his current 1060. What would this do?
A couple of things I think might be the issue:
The cards don’t have enough power (unlikely)
The Graphics card dosent support the resolution (also unlikely)
Mother board dosent support the card (even more unlikely)
Something has shorted while swapping cards. If theres another pcie slot, try that
I know its not much but from the top of my head they could be the problems
Postage will be the killer here... Ill keep an eye on those cpus if your willing to bundle...
Nevermind, wrong socket
Those Xeons... ill just check something but might be interested
How much are you asking for the RAM?
Any graphics card? I have a feeling you will need a better cpu
Itll be typical that they invent some fancy quantum computing that does eveything 50x better in like a year or so. Great build, enjoy
Just out of curiosity... what are you going to be using an i9, 128gb of ram and 2 1080ti’s for? I mean, if i had the money I would too but im just wondering if you had method to your madness?
If only I had the money... Looks great and that
Really pulls it off...
Give us afew more details could you? Type of currency, is that $400 and you pay shipping? Has it been overclocked or used for mining? What are your shipping limits? Just would help to know some of this while I am on the lookout for a gpu
Buy the system and use the default cables first, then measure how much length is left after routing them. At a centimetre or two to be safe and then order
So are you trying to migrate an operating system? Or let me get this straight: You have a 1tb 860 and you want to copy your 500gb 850 to it. You then want to copy your laptop hdd to the 850 and use it as a boot drive for your laptop.
Firstly, to make matter and problem solving a little easier, have you triesd copying the contents of the 850 to the 860 in smaller amounts? Like 3 or 4 folders at a time or in 1-3gb blocks? That might make your life easier.
Im not too great with migrating OS’s to another drive but when i do, i use a nifty program called Mini tool partition wizard. It has a migrate OS feature.
Tell me if you try this
We will need the specs of your computer and the average of your internet speed to try help you without guessing
Linux mint is the closest main linux distro i know of to what you are looking for
Hmm. Probably not worth it then. Goodluck with it
Could you ship to Australia?
Is this trade still active? If so i might be interested. What currency?
Sold, well not really. 160 in what currency? Im interested...
$175 AUD? Quite like the look of that RAM, willing to bargin or trade with the little i have