I second the other comment on the CPU cooler. I would nab a hyper 212 when you can. The stock intel cooler is terrible and having had this same chip for gaming in the past, it will not be enough depending on what you're playing. It is loud and will hinder your processors performance capability.
Just the tempered panel.
That GPU is very solid for 1080p, even light 1440p.
shrug That was the sale pricing on it even at Micro Center. I just went with that and priced the other components off of the total I spent on the bundle.
What specifically are you referring to? With the motherboard I just priced it based on the difference of the sale price of the CPU and m.2 it came with. They were all bundled, it did not give me individual prices.
What do you mean...? Anything with a $0.00 value was from my previous build. The only thing that wasn't in that older list was the m.2, because I added it from an older build. I just didn't have it with me when I built that PC.
Things to consider:
1. Better RAM. Ryzen likes faster ram and 2400 is quite slow. I'd recommend upgrading to dual channel (2x4 or 2x8) at at least 3200mhz.
2. If that GPU runs the games you play well, thats great, but I wouldve shelled out another $50 for an RX580.
Looks great. Definitely would've gone with the P300 or P350X case over that one though. Better quality similar price.
You paid $850 for this 9 months ago?
It's like the point of custom PC building is lost on you.
Gotta make sure you're getting every ounce of performance you should be, lol!
Please check your mobo manual to install the ram correctly.
Best is relative, more like, "I spent way too much for no real gain". Even the 9900k is overkill and it's less than a third of the cost of your CPU. 128gb of RAM?? Lord.
I haven't had this graphics card in several years, so I couldn't say.
Honestly I’d go with a Ryzen build.
Why not post the build under completed builds when it's actually complete? If you are looking for advice that's what the forums are for.
Did you read my description? And thank you, I do love this case a lot. Easily my favorite and I've worked with a lot of different cases.
No motherboard has integrated graphics.... your CPU does however. Take the GT710 out it is literally useless lol. Your integrated graphics are far superior to that outdated gpu.
the ram in your part list doesn't match
Looks great, but you don't have any fresh air intake lol!
What is that attachment on the air cooler in the first photo? Is that to keep the weight of the cooler from stressing the mount?
No, they literally put a GT710 in the PC you can clearly see it in first image lmao.
I wouldn't be surprised if the onboard graphics on the processor are better than your "placeholder". So... weird choice there.
Also, why post the build if it's not done? That is the definition of incomplete, and this is for completed builds.
Better than an American cheeseburger I'd wager.
At it again, what a champ.
I would hope so. You can buy a used 1080ti for $500.. lol.
It doesn't have to be. You don't need to buy a $100 keyboard lol.
Now you just need a proper mouse and keyboard and you're set.
Nice comics :)
Yep. They have 3 dogs and 1 cat and he's lazy.
Xtreme Memory Profile. It is Intel, however it is on all mobos to my knowledge and in most cases works as it should. In this case I am certain the modules were the problem and not XMP, as I mentioned, I built something nearly identical with different RAM and had no problems with it.
I think your list is private because I don't see anything under saved part lists.
All hail the 9400f.
Completely agree, but he picked it so oh well haha. He doesn't care about cable management at all, but I did my best anyway cause I wouldn't be able to sleep at night.
For your CPU that isn't too bad considering there is only one fan on the radiator, but it will definitely improve once you get that replacement in the mail.
Haha didn't come out of my own pocket this time!
99% of the time the rear fan is for exhaust. The way most cases are set up is they bring in air from the front and exhaust it out of the back and if you choose to add more fans, the top as well. Right now you have warm air coming in from the rad mixing with fresh air from the back and ultimately just getting sucked out of the top. It's counter intuitive in my opinion.
I don't know how hard you push things in your PC, but your components have a potentially high heat output and I wonder what your temps are like.
A little confused by your fan setup, but the white theme looks great.
I would've left both fans on the radiator and just moved one of your top fans to the rear (in exhaust as you have it set up as intake).
It isn't in my way at all lol. Even if I spread my legs far apart. Don't remember what I told you, but you're welcome lol.
It looks pastel-y!
You didn't actually pay $250 for that 8400 did you??
Looks like you could fit a slim fan on there.
Yeah if the ambient temperature in his room is pretty high it will be tough to keep it cooler, but hopefully that additional exhaust helps even if it's small.