but can it run minecraft RTX?
do you have enough graphics cards?
i dont think this could run minecraft...
epic build and good job!
I currently use devinci resolve free and really like the layout... I really don’t want a subscription killing me for a mild recording editing hobby and would happily take a flat price
I’m swapping to amd in part to you. Amd does give better resources but the massive form factor I’m not a big fan of. But thanks for your tips!
How does this look? https://pcpartpicker.com/list/QCdRYH
Also. There really isnt a substantial difference between the cpus to the point where it is more nit-picky type stuff https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-3800X-vs-Intel-Core-i7-9700KF/4047vsm710154 but I’m willing to run ryzen. I just wasn’t “raised” on ryzen so I’m a noob and dont know much in ryzen circles.
That’s ludicrous it doesn’t use the GPU! I would probably be using devinci resolve.
just your preference? im cool with that. thanks for the help on the KF nonsense! this is looking great!
i like it... i always forget what KF means on the cpu though (gotta love flagship CPU's eh?) ive just never heard of that second storage brand and is it OK if i go samsung? otherwise its a big improvement!
ouch, i really need to change the description (i like hanging in the low 2000 to 2500 range) but wow.
and streaming is kind of a maybe, possibility, situation
ill be using the gpu to encode for sure
idk, the i9-9900k is pretty good but its $500 and probably wouldn't fit in the budget. if it has a dedicated gpu (it definitely does but if it hypothetically didn't) then go with AMD (unless you going super high end $2500+ dollar gaming beast where the i9-9900k would be useful). if your doing budget without a GPU go intel because like 99.99% of their CPU's have integrated graphics
boy we are in the same boat, but you did a lot of research compared to my measly (and budget constrained) build (mostly made decisions without thinking, good job).
my main concern is get some ssd and/or m.2 storage on that and kinda lay off with the HDD drives (because HDD at this point would kind of kill the speed of your system) but make sure you have enough storage (maybe a 500GB or 1TB boot drive and 3 TB HDD?)
for streaming, well, 64 is probably a bit much BUT if you are recording and editing said games and streaming at different times, 64 gigs couldn't hurt and go with your gut (also make sure to listen to the other guys to get a second opinion cuz im not too experienced with streaming).
that NZXT hue controller is really confusing since you are using corsair fans... i don't even think the controller would be compatible with the fan. go with like a corsair commander for example.
the cpu is crazy overbuilt but price doesn't seem to be a major concern and if you don't want to upgrade for several years it would be a great streaming/gaming future-proofing measure.
cable combs are sweet! never seen them before and the style of rgb is really nice and i need to take a leaf out of your book on theme and cleanliness! +1
sweet build man! how do you like the deepcool castle? im concidering using it for a future build
so there really isnt a difference
So their a bad deal?
still cant find it, heres the link to my mobo on gigabytes website https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-H110M-S2H-rev-10#ov
usb vs XLR mic, i'd personally prefer a usb for its simplicity and good quality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQOU2oQlH00
I’ll consider that
the hyperx alloy origins and alloy origins core are REALLY good options and are pretty much the refresh of the FPS keyboards (alloy origins has a tenkey, alloy origins core does not). they are made out of aluminum instead of steel so they are lighter (i currently own a hyperx alloy elite RGB and at 20 inches long, there is almost NO FLEX and its that freaking long, its pretty heavy but thats good so it wont slide around) it also has the hyperx keyswitches which are a bit better, higher quality and higher performance than the cherry mx platform. i am on the hyperx end of this debate and like the other guys said, both are really good brands and its just personal preference and what features you priortize. ive seen both hyperx and logitech keyboards in action and the hyperx keyboards have i think slightly better brightness and are smoother and more balanced (especially noticable in the classic rainbow setting)
its all about the ascetic my dude. illuminated devices are really a cool decoration to a build and are really cool to show to friends, they are also very mood setting for gaming. and i'm quite literal when i ask that question
wow man, looks good. it looks like you did some research before building which is what you want to do and i kind of didn't do. +1
internet facing, games, uhh minecraft (said that in title). of course i want to do it properly, i really dont want to rent server space from a website that leeches my money out of me forever i just want a private MC server between a couple of friends.
thanks again ;)
Ouch, see description
i agree with that and have found similar findings. I.E. diatoms, and like you said algae. thx :)
an average full grown tree can supply enough oxygen for 2 people, thats still something
i would not do it. it would be far to dangerous and costly and frankly not worth it since it would probably cost $50,000 (rough guess, could be $100,000) to wire all of your nerves into it. it could also permanently damage your nerves and you could be a veggie for the rest of your life. i would guess 85-95 percent would be in the real world. and i would just settle for a pimax+valve index controllers and lighthouses+haptic vest+walkaround platform (those exist) and it would be cheaper and a lot safer
did you see his vid on it?
thats no moon... ITS A PC
pretty sure the last one is the best, all of them would do fine though
bonus points if it can boil your coffee! +1
I am just. in shock. I had an RGB seizure!!! +1 absolutely amazing workmanship
what is that gpu backplate brand? I have been looking for a non RGb backplate. EPIC build +1
dont do apple, just dont. they have serious thermal throttle issues bottlenecking the cpu horrendously https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=947op8yKJRY
this gives more detail
apple mac pro but is cool.
LOVE the style, great build! +1
it is crazy that people would drop the ipd because it drops like half of the VR users
P.P.P.S. (Last one) I still have the issue with the oculus products not having an IPD adjuster, I have to put my IPD adjuster close together (not the setting oculus has their products on )otherwise everything is blurry.
P.P.S. The oculus quest looks pretty snazzy, it is certainly less that the vive focus (800 USD) with 6dof controllers, it looks like a great deal, it is nice that there is only 1 trigger and the grip trigger, though the grip trigger could be a little more subtle so its harder to press, i could see myself accidentally pulling the grip trigger.
Lol, My 3 main problems with the touch style is 1, the 3rd trigger. 2, the scrawny form that don’t support bigger hands. And 3, the gimmick where you can lift your finger off the controller and it shows up in game, the idea is cool but since they don’t hold your hand like the index controllers you can only do 1 or 2 fingers at a time without dropping the controller. I personally will probably still use the vive and gradually update with the headset first then if i have trouble with the current controllers (probably wont) i would update to index controllers, the index controllers are more simplified and have 1 trigger and the ability to completely let go of the controller without dropping it. I personally think the vive controllers are very ergonomic, if you put your hand with the pinkie touching the table and relax your hand, that hand shape is the shape the vive controllers are, it might just be because i have long spaghetti fingers that are too long for the touch style. I personally like the lighthouse/external tracking better because if you throw something overhand, when the cameras on the headset find the controller, there is a controller stutter as it realigns with the digital and physical versions of the controller. I also like vive/valve because they have access to the ENTIRE VR library on steam, I don’t know what games are on the oculus store but i think the oculus store is pretty good too? This is entirely opinion based and as such it is very hard to find the hands down best headset without our ego getting in the way, maybe the valve index :)
P.S. I think the vive controllers are slightly more versatile because the trackpad can be turned into as many as 6 buttons in a game (that’s the most I’ve seen, there might be a game that have 7 or 8 buttons on the trackpad)
Sorry but i kinda feel like the people who have the vive wands are steam controller haters having a grudge on the trackpad, I’m assuming this is not the case. I agree with the oculus go, and daydream being crap, but have you been paying attention to the vive cosmos? I personally like the vive better (and valve) because of the tracking accuracy, if you have put your hand behind your head with an inside out tracking headset and throw something overhand, i have read reviews that say the controller is jittery while it realigns with the camera tracking.
I just want others opinions on this, why would you want a thumb stick?
now the market is being dominated by them though.
Ah, makes sense
that protector would be handy, especially since i DROPPED AND SHATTERED my fractal define mini c tg glass, i got a replacement, but i learned never to try taking the glass off unless the glass is facing up