Many of them have already been added
Machine Learning doesn't require the NVLink bridge
Not all 280mm AiOs will work in the H200i due to various factors, so NZXT didn't list the case as having 280mm capability.
Any update on the demo memory kits?
There is already one in the site: link
Some cases don't support all sizes of EATX that exist. The standard is 12"x13", but many cases, the C700M included, support 12"x10.9", which is an EATX size. PCPP doesn't list compatibility because it doesn't support all sizes.
It might not have been compatible with your parts list.
Do you think there is enough clearance to add another SilentWings 3 fan to the cooler, or is it being blocked by the VRM heatsink?
The issue has been fixed, as far as I can tell. I no longer get the message.
It is indeed fixed. Thank you!
I don't think the E-key was what was missing. I made a build with this motherboard yesterday and I was getting a warning for a missing M.2-2280-M slot. That warning is still there today.
Yes, actually. The staff do not add parts that do not have a price listing on a supported retailer.
It might not have been compatible with your current configuration.
Currently, the compatibility between memory and CPU coolers cannot be checked. Way too many variables.
What are the CPU temps in this case, and how is the airflow? It doesn't appear like air can go anywhere in it.
You have on multiple other motherboards, including the previous iteration of this motherboard, and it's twin. Is there something special about this one, despite the increased bandwidth?
It already is on PCPartPicker (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/kPjJ7P/cooler-master-masterbox-nr400-wo-odd-microatx-mid-tower-case-mcb-nr400-kgnn-s00). Could it be incompatible with your current parts list?
The Part Number you should have in that post is ELITE SHARK CA200G
This is the first UK post I have seen on the US site then.
I'd suggest going to the UK version of this site, you are currently on the US website.
That would create a massive PCIE bandwidth bottleneck for the 2080 Tis which would be noticeable in many games.
I misunderstood what you said about the 100GB unallocated storage, my bad. I thought you said available storage for some reason. The cause of your drives' clowness is solely due to the encryption and decryption then.
Two problems I see. 1) encryption and decryption is going to have a toll on drive performance because there is a delay of access to the information. 2) 90% of the drives are full, making them slower because the drive has to find open sectors, and that takes more time the fuller the drive is.
Ohhhh, I forgot about that! I can see how that would be a little difficult to program. Sorry for being stupid.
Interesting that the DIMM.2 is not modeled for this motherboard, yet it is for the ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha and the Crosshair VIII Impact. Is there something special about this board that makes it difficult to model?
The biggest issue with the new xeon processors is that the PCPartPicker engine is not currently equipped to handle the different parameters for Xeon Scalables' compatibilities. I believe that it will be quite a bit of time until the engine is ready.
The "standardized" dimensions for E-ATX are 12"x13". There are "socially-adopted" dimensions, one including 12"x10.9".
The big thing with this board and the case is that the case explicitly defines the maximum motherboard size as 12"x10.9", which is the size of the Rampage VI Omega.
HWInfo64 should give this value.
Why not create an alternate form-factor for motherboards that are of the 12"x10.9" size (a lot of boards on PCPP are of this size)?
I know they exist, I mentioned the one I intend to buy in the question in my post. I am looking for something that allows a GPU that would by using the already-vertical PCIe slots to NVLink with one that is using the vertical gpu mount that I'm gonna buy.
The case only supports the ML360R (a 360mm radiator) in the front of the case.
Because 5GHz bruh! ;P
The brightness levels on PCPP are for SDR mode.
Hella awesome build, dude! I gotta ask, though: is there any sag with that monster of a GPU?
How is the airflow in this case, and how does it connect to the MB for the RGB?
Actually, there is. 5k is just a mathematical representation of vertical pixel count, like 4K. 4K is 2160p and 5k is 2880p. Just like 2k is 1080p (half of 4K), 2.5k (1440p) is half of 5k.
If you want even more proof, look up 5k monitors and look at the iMac pro.
I'm intentionally neglecting practicality in this case. For every other Z390 board (as far as I have noticed), the above-mentioned CPUs are compatible and selectable without having to disable the compatibility filter. I find it a little annoying that I can't complete my build without having to check the errors/incompatibilities after each part selection.
Coolio! And I know that the Aorus RGB is the lowest-profile RGB RAM out there, beating the Trident Z RGB by 3.4mm.
Did you have any issue with RAM clearance and the cooler's fans? I'm also looking to do a Gigabyte-inspired build (current kings of RGB, so I kinda have to for the aesthetic) and I want to use this cooler.
Considering I can run it at 4K max with an i5-8250u 1.6Ghz and a gtx 1050 2gb at over 120fps, a desktop processor might be able to break at least 200.
1080p and 2k are the same thing. I would actually recommend 1440p 60-120hz.
Yeah. I recently upgraded my Ryzen Threadripper PC at home with lower latency RAM and it has worked wonders for speeding up rendering. The sweet spot, I think, for Ryzen processors is 3200mhz/CAS 14. The processors get a bang out of low latency and high frequency, I think this is right in the middle.
You can go with either, but the G.Skill ram is better looking, and has 16gb sticks at CAS 14. If you think you'll be fine with 8gb sticks you could go with the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro with the same specs, but then you'll be limited to 32gb instead of 64.
You're getting a massive bottleneck from the CPU. I's an equivalent to the Core i7-950, and that CPU gets over 25% bottleneck. The 2700X is a good pair, with less than 5%.
If you're getting 3200mhz RAM, I would recommend G.SKill Trident Z RGB. 3200mhz, CAS of 14, will really give you all the bang for your buck with pretty much any Ryzen processor. Not to mention the infinity fabric favors lower latency.
It probably could run Minecraft at 5K at over 1000 fps
There's nothing wrong with that Pentium. It's got four logical cores, so it's completely fine to game on. Just don't be planning on recording or streaming on the same rig.
16 pcie 3.0 lanes is unnecessary for a 1060, seeing as a 1080 ti will barely saturate 8 lanes at 3.0 speeds. you really need the 16 lanes for SLI or CrossFireX only.