yeah it looks pretty nice
this is really petty
if you ever want to upgrade corsair makes the h100i in white, and their fans are pretty quiet.
but its triple monitor, so its more like 5760 x 1080
he has a triple monitor setup, the 2070 can drive that
came here because you bought the mh752. stayed to ask about the quality of it. not even gonna ask about the title.
a 2080 is a great value imo. it is powerful enough not to bottleneck but can also run on some less powerful processors like an i5. It has amazing 1080p, awesome 1440p, and great 4k.
bro with that you run the risk of bottlenecking the cpu
watch austin evans guide on it
maybe go for the 2600, as the difference between the 2600x is just clock speed
they work better with freesync 2
i'd say the 590, but that's just me.
a 1060 should get you about 100 fps or above in those games as they are esport titles and not as demanding
you need faster memory for ryzen
thats what i mean by very good.
not all AAA games, Rise of the Tomb Raider runs 50-55 average.
if you want molasses slow operation, then get a 5400
if your looking at those, get the 1660 ti
you can get the 2060 for a similar price
get an h100i or h110i, and get a 2060 or a 2070
get a 650w power supply
this will be fine for wow
austin evans recently released a new guide
look at youtube channels like jayztwocents or pauls hardware, and decide from there
you don't need a whole lot for fortnite, just get an i7-8700K instead of the 2600 and a Z390 motherboard
not really, for 350-450 you get very good 1080p, and ok 1440p
get more case fans for better temps
the 2070 will give better performance, but you will need a 650W power supply
some simple rgb fans or memory should light it up enough
get one or two for the front
maybe one in the front, would reccomend nzxt or noctua if you don't want rgb
pretty good framerates, at least above 60
this is a pretty solid gaming computer, just needs slightly faster ram
this would be an okay starter build
get the trident z rgb 16gb 3200mhz kit it is faster, better looking, and about the same price depending on where you look
nvidia gpus work with freesync now, look up a tutorial on how to make it work as it is different
evga black 2060
it should be fine, the memory will make your cpu scale better than the 3000mhz ram on this guide
this should run most AAA games at 1080p ultra and some games at 1440p
those games aren't super hard to run at ultra, even a 1060 6gb card would be ok
yeah thanks for the info, but i might go with the sennheiser game ones as i have only heard good things about that headset
I'm planning a similar build +1
bruh if his parents pay for it or not is none of your concern, and he is not a child and has a good paying job
are the arctis 7's good?
Pretty nice build, I'm going to build my first soon. +1
my dad says that if i continue getting A's and A+'s he'll get me a pretty good pc as he wants to upgrade from his 2010 iMac
i built this and got 24 fps on medium!
it's the controller too if you look at the name