Nice looking well-balanced build... but your RGB game is lacking my friend... Im afraid without rgb you cant properly embrace pcmr, jk
This thing is freaking awesome, I'm just kinda sad to see lower-end hardware in it (not ripping on you or the build, this thing is still sweet)
Actually pretty balanced build imo. Good performance and just the right amount of creature comforts.
Not too bad of a budget build, easily upgradeable. Some tips, you could use some zip ties to clean up some of those loose cables like theworldisendings said but tbh its not to bad, the rear exhaust fan can be turned 90 or 180 degrees so you could wrap some of the loose cable for the fan lead around the fan.
Not really that necessary, for most games you're talking a difference of maybe 5fps which, if you're already running at a high fps, isn't super noticeable.
Nice and clean build, love the lifeline funko pop
I mean you can kind of use it either way, by having a set budget , meaning a set amount too spend, or by going for a budget option, ie, cheaper cost,. Im not saying your wrong, I just think when people hear budget build, they normally think of a lower end cheaper one.
Yeah but most of the time budget means <600ish for pc gaming
great build, the 9600k is still a very respectable cpu and pairs nicely with the 2060S so i wouldnt worry too much about that
Nice build! Have you looked into the iqunix joker keyboard, matches this perfectly imo.
Profile pic goes so well with this for some reason
Almost like he said he was using it for rendering
Damn, you commented on this old of a post? lol. Yeah, now that im more experienced i dont really like the t4 all that much, it wasnt bad tho.
if you dont need the 8 cores you could step down to a 3600 and spend the remaining on a 2070 super or a 5700xt.
I dont think that matters at all
Just think of it as 3 $1000 PCs that will last the next 10 years lol
Yeah this was the pne i was lookin at but its got an external antenna. I guess i could always get different antennae since theres like nothin out there.
oh ok, thanks. that was my primary concern.
If I have harddrive formatted from a previous build will they show up in windows without me having to do anything?
Had to "Know Your Meme" that sh!t lol
Yeah the h17 only has a perforated bottom but the h15 doesnt have a shroud at all, i have one in fact it was the case of my first build lol
hm... damn... learn somethin new everyday.
Is that a frekin boost gauge on the cpu block.... +1 my dude
Bruh... just let the man flex his 128 gigs of ram.. lol
oh god he described pc building as "lit" ugh, jk. Nice build tho. Good cable management too.
Nope.... buuutt amd's new navi is suppose to go against the 2070 in 1440p but its also overpriced so just wait for rtx prices to drop.
These are some i play with my friends... Speed runners, csgo, gmod, left 4 dead, golf with friends... hell if you wanna pull your hair out hand simulator is 60 cents on steam rn.
Those arnt bad. I think ill just end up goin for the h17 cause for like 10-15 bucks more than most of those cases it seems like a better deal lol thanks tho
For 400 bucks with a monitor, thats pretty much all you can get. Since performance doesnt seem to be top priority then you could settle for slower ram and a slightly cheaper case, but that would only save you about $30. I guess then you could maybe squeeze an r5 2400g into the budget but it'll probably push it over $400.
Maybe something like this.. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tTsbBb
yeah the lack of the psu shroud on the x2 is really the deal breaker for me. The f2 and q300l both have windows tho lol.
Yeah i have, it was actually the case for my first build and i still have it lol, i painted it tho and even if i got another i feel like the little "bumps" on the side panels take away from the "sleekness".
How about a black lian li 011 dynamic. pretty much ticks off all your requirements.
Looking at AMD's website there doesn't seem to be a HUGE difference between a 2600x and a 3600x, same core count, TDP, and just a 200mhz boost on base and turbo clocks. Other than that, the 7nm process and pcie 4.0 support seem to be the only reasonable difference, so i'd say wait to see pricing of the 3600x and whether or not 2600x have a price drop.
If you can get a decent 1080 for the price of a 1660 then thats a steal.... buuuutttt that deal seems sketchy af.
I dont really think loading web pages is enough to stress your gpu, i mean dont get me wrong, the 580 is faaar from a 4k gaming card and you should definitely upgrade to something like a 2080 or radeon vii if your gonna game at 4k, but something might be wrong if opening web pages feels slow/stuttery.
Yeah im sure there is................................. someone should get to figuring it out :)
AMD just anounced their navi rx 5700 and 5700xt cards to compete with the 2060 and 2070 so i would hold off for just a bit longer as there might be some price shifts in the near future.
Holy noctua.... dats alota noctuas :P
Still tho, is almost $80 worth having your ssd "Look cool"
oh damn... thanks. Definitely considering it.
40-50 bucks oof... pricey is right lol
Thats a good idea (better than my idea of just putting some spongebob and dora stickers on) lol. Wonder if dbrand sells sheets of their vinyl patterns.
I had seen videos of these before and they seemed good but i thought they only mounted to lga115x sockets
Depends on what your doing. In general, yes, the 2600 is much better especially in multithreaded tasks. Ive never had the 8300 but i do have a 2600x and in things like cinebench it gets about 1350ish points and the non-x seems to get around 1200-1250 points, while looking online the 8300 seems to get around 6-700 points in cinebench.
Yeah i thought that too in csgo. Guess in some other games the extra buttons dont do much.
Well I mean I'm actually pretty organized, I also keep many games installed at once so I like a 2TB hard drive personally but its up to preference. How many games you play currently and if you keep other projects on the same drive effect how much space you need soo...
Depends on what you plan to do with it. If gaming, then yes, it will totally handle most AAA games at 1080p high/max and could even handle light video editing. Might I add that if your someone who keeps alot of games installed at once then you could consider a bigger hard drive as games are quite big now.
Half japanese, officially not a weeb lol
Thanks, wanted to throw in something completely random lol
Yeah, around 3000-3200 mhz is the sweet spot but I don't think it makes an "Earth shattering" difference in performance. You could always overclock it too lol