I was able to go to Microsoft's official website and find a tool that allows me to create a bootable flash drive. Apparently, when you already own a copy of windows, you can create a USB flash drive with the ISO file that can be booted from in case your computer needs to be reset. However, the file is also able to be used for building a new PC (at least I hope), so fingers crossed!
I have not used the license yet. I am sorry if I made it seem that way. I am hoping my best that it will work.
I will most certainly post some pictures. My school has yet to download the design software on computers as of now, which seems a major oversight on their plans. What do you mean you are interested in my product key wrangling.
Ah, yes. I don't know if this is how it works, but I was able to get the product key and untie it from my laptop from the command prompt. And OC'ing the Ryzen 3 will definitely be an upgrade, because I am seeing how it holds up, and will use money from jobs, etc. to pay for coolers to OC, or maybe I could save up for a Ryzen 5 3600. Who knows? Finally, I have access to massive 3D printers at my school, and will be printing my own case to save some money.
Makes sense. Thanks again!
Ok. Thank you for the advice. I am a fourteen-year-old who doesn't have the money deposits of an adult, so I'll probably try to jump through every loophole possible.
Aww shoot. Windows came with the machine when I bought it. However, aren't there commands like slmgr /upk that can remove the key from the product? Would that make it transferable?
Okay. Thank you for the clarification. I might just take the chance because I could return the unsupported motherboard, and, on a less practical note, the Bazooka V2 looks slightly cooler. Thanks again for your revisions!
I am sorry for the inconvenience, but the sales tax has to be added on to the cost of this build, so, even though this is a very good upgrade to my previous choices, I cannot justify spending over $1500. I have a $60 Amazon gift card that I was planning on using, so I could shed the RAM upgrades and keep it under budget. Also, I thought MSI released a new BIOS update for the Bazooka V2 (PCPP labels it incorrectly) which allows it to support Ryzen 3000-series processors. Finally, should I shed the Scythe cooler? I thought that AMD stock coolers were notoriously poor, so I decided to go for an upgrade...does it really matter?
Thank you so much! This was really helpful. I'll definitely mention you if ever I get the money for this. Thanks again!
Oh. I am so sorry for the confusion! Looking at my system information, I can now tell you with full confidence that it is an Intel i3-8130U with UHD Graphics 620. It is also the exact same model you said it was. Thank you again!
Thanks! I do have a quick question for that, though! What is your source for that information? I need some evidence to ease my conscience.
Astounding build! Do you have a Twitch or a YouTube? I just noticed that you have streaming equipment, and thought I might ask.
Hey there! Nice build! I have a quick question, though... what would you review your monitor? I was thinking of using one of those or two of the Acer - VG271U. Which is the better choice?
This is, simply put, the most genius solution to all of my problems. You must be some kind of angel. Reading your comparison, I have discovered that the price/performance ratio would be much higher in my favor should I use the 3900X. Thanks so much for your advice, and, should you wish it, I would be honored to have you mentioned in the description on the completed build for the part list idea.
Thanks sooo much!
I am sooooooooo sorry! I forget everything! Please see the edited post above, and my apologies over and over again.
Jesus! In love with these part lists, but, in the budget I need to have +$850 for cooling and 2X LL140 fans. Finally, I need any (gaming) 4K Monitor you can throw at me. I am incredibly sorry that I didn't mention this before. By the way, the R9 3800X is $449.00, and I do NOT require 4TB nvme m.2 storage. One 970 pro (512GB) and a 2tb HDD would do.