yeah that should be a micro-atx motherboard in an atx case so it would fit.
the ice cream machine has never broken at my mcdonalds lol. the people who say that are just lying.
I'm like halfway through 9th grade and I work at mcdonalds to fuel my computer addiction. Its really awesome that you graduated, good luck in college man
I just smilied for like 10 mins straight. Then I started downloading a crap load of stuff.
dude I played league at over 30 fps too!
Hi unfunny, I'm unfunny!
noticed this too. I has been a year since last post so they probably removed because of that.
theres always gonna be a case that can support more fans. The case you found comes with 6 fans for 100 dollars. thats a good deal, most cases for 100 dollars come a with rear fan and somtimes a front fan.
also I found a case that supports 9 fans https://pcpartpicker.com/product/K6MTwP/anidees-ai-crystal-xl-ar-3-atx-full-tower-case-xl-ar3
it looks good and comes with 6 RGB fans preinstalled. If you really like the look that much then this is the case for you.
damn bro named his account after his cat, nice. my cat is named gus and he is very skittish. wont let anyone touch him unless your cuddling with him.
they cool. I dont understand what they do, but they cool.
the motherboard I plan on getting is active cooled(?) (it has a fan on it) so I dont think I need to do this but it sounds like a good idea.
this is my current motherboard this is the one I want
thats also one of the reasons I;m looking at different coolers. the mugen went up like 15 dollars since I last checked. I'll take a look at these, thanks for the suggestions!
any monitor would work for this, hell you could hook up an old tv. The issue is your hdmi. I personally would buy this and get a display port to hdmi adapter. but thats up to you. you could also just upgrade your main moniter and use the one you have as the secondary.
damn bro, Derek got a baller *** pc.
I made a topic about this when the redesign of the site, it used to be at the top of the page and it made me really sad they got rid of it.
unless you're doing a really precise mod to your parts/case, you'll probably just need a screwdriver, preferably a magnetic one.
the royal set only comes in silver and gold I believe.
I second this. my case's power button didn't work so my PC wouldn't turn on even though everything else was working.
if you are building a whole new pc then I think this lest should be good enough. I'm not the best at these though.
as long as all the pins are being filled and your power supply is good enough then yes it will power it.
i completely forgot the k95 existed. thanks, this probably the keyboard im gonna get. are browns loud though? should I put o-rings on them
I've been listening to a lot of NF recently
I failed to realize that my case actually does have a second place another hdd, thanks for suggestions.
yeah, I forgot it has another one. Thanks.
if im not mistaken. both of those do the same thing. they are fan hubs with special controllers in them. they should do the same thing.
instead of optifine, I use a mod called vanillafix, it has some optifine qualities and makes my game go from 20fps to 100fps on my 2200g. it doesn't have the graphics setting that optifine does though.
updating bios shouldn't be too hard. just make sure you do with your 2600 before you put in a new cpu. also make sure there isn't supposed to be a power outage in your area while you update either.
i don't know much about how graphics cards with that many outputs work that well, but wont there be like a really big bottleneck with a 8700k?
you'll see an improvident in performance but it if you can afford it, I would suggest getting a 3600, and updating the bios on the new motherboard if its not supported yet.
you can upgrade to a 20 series gpu. a new 9000 cpu. more ram (kinda unnecessary though.) a better motherboard too, although you might not need a new motherboard. and a new cooler for cpu, if you're using stock cooler.
was the video cable plugged into your motherboard or GPU? If its in the motherboard then thats why its not working. plug video cord into the gpu.
just get a xbox or playstation controller and plug it into your computer. its up to you which one you want.
my brother has this case and I helped him build in it. it was fine in my opinion. comes with 3 really nice rgb fans. would definitely not use a non-modular psu with it unless you plan on removing the hard drive bay.
watch bitwits video on how to build a pc. its very indepth and runs through every step required.
i wouldnt say there obsolete until ssds are the price per gb that hard drives are.
good for a start on a list, I would suggest adding a 1tb hardrive for mass storage though.
ok. i was probably going to go for the spectrum anyhow because it has less of that "gamer look" because of the wrist rest.
have fun and good luck!
i do plan on upgrading past a 3rd gen ryzen eventually but would this motherboard work better for 3700x/3800x?
red dead 2 isn't on pc yet so having a really high refresh rate won't help with that game (since its only on console). I really hope it does comes out for pc though.
it can have 3 120mm fans on top or 2 140mm on top.
on the front it can 3 120mm fans or 2 140mm
on the rear it can 1 120mm or 1 140mm
you can use a fan splitter. there really cheap but some are pretty ugly.
if all your running right now is 1 gpu and you dont plan on running crossfire/sli you should be good adding the network card or the ssd.
this is what I would do If he doesn't want to get a motherboard or switch to ryzen.
its real. I really want one with the wireless charging mousepad but thats expensive lol.