thank you for your help but i fixed the issue the newest driver available for RealTek was not liking my mobo I'm guessing i found a previous driver and installed that and now it working normally once again
After running ddu and deleting all audio drivers again and reinstall from an older mobo driver for Realtek audio one dating from 2018 and not 2019 it downloaded and started functioning normally im guessing the current driver out doesn't like working with my older chipset board annoyingly
I've tried downloading Realtek from the mobo manufacturer and Realtek website. I'm using just normal beats solo's I've used the front panel 3.5mm jack and the real mobo 3.5mm jack and nothing is detecting. there is no yellow exclamation. I've haven't found a driver for the headphones and I've tried 3 different pairs including Bluetooth that would connect but wouldn't receive audio
this is the only thing showing up in msinfo32 -> problem devices
High Definition Audio Bus PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4383&SUBSYS_F6931462&REV_40\3&11583659&0&A2 39
love the redbull background picture nice clean build.
Yes I do think having a faster better GPU is better than a small increase in system responsiveness
alright, so why did you add Win 10 in when it's not needed as he stated?
you using an older Case with eh performance towards airflow with no Window as well.
you're going for a 2600 non X for some reason.
Your motherboard choice is eh well bad. let me explain the board Bios is well junk, issues are that you can't set ram to its advertised speed even with XMP profile on and I couldn't change the ram voltage for some reasons. also, this particular board has a high DOA rate. M.2 2280 is not enough. Better yet, put the $30 you will need for a 4-6 port PCI-E SATA card towards a better board. This board only boots from one SATA channel that you can't use if you put in an SSD on M.2-2. So you lose boot capabilities from an HD or a DVD if you use M.2-2 as well as you lose two of four SATA ports. also, It crashes constantly with BSOD's.
also a weaker card in comparison in what you could be able to afford.
I'm not generally rude on here but don't downvote me. Especially when you went over money on details you didn't read!!
Aio because well it an aesthetic (RGB) looks good why keeping the system cooler overall.
no SSD as I rather get a faster card paired with a more efficient Power supply.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
now if your willing to Get only one monitor for the time being and no blu ray player you would be getting a quite better performance from the system in a whole as you would be getting a way more powerful card
I highly reccomend getting this one above.
It's nothing you need to worry about it just saying your mobo might need another bio to run the Cpu. but AMD is very good keeping their bios fresh and it shouldn't have a problem if it ever does just watch a video on how to update motherboard bios on youtube it takes like 3 minutes max
what motherboard so I can focus your build around it. into then salutations.
Ryzen for you would be best the i9 is better for just gaming but the ryzen is more of a multi-task CPU ready for gaming and rendering.
GPU is just an updated 1070
mouse and keyboard are just my suggestion always get the one that feels best to you.
monitors are great with good refresh yes ones a 1080 and ones a 1440p best combo you could spend and extra 50bucks and get two 1440p i reccomend it but forsake of budget i did that.
PSU is a high tier unit with space to upgrade your gpu in future.
sorry I'm an idiot
yeah an MST hub would work like a charm I understand where you are coming from the firepro would be a great choice as well but the resell on card will be low where the resell on a 2080 is high
better a cheaper case and Motherboard would allow the use of an SSD that something that should always come over esthetic. IMO A motherboard should never be more then a CPU
Note: this build is done on the German Website of pcpp as Finland isn't an option I would choose Sweden as its the closet country but that have there own currency and do not use Euros
My opinion on this build:
Cpu cooler: not fine its a great cooler and all but for these new top-tier cpus you need a water aio to Oc them to there potential.
Ram: Overpriced you can get two sets of 32gb for cheaper than a single set of 64gb
GPU: is fine but there are better cards on the market that would be in the budget
Case: Why is that so expensive no need for a 200 USD case
Optical drive: it's 2018
Not trying to come off rude just giving my two cents.
Thank you I went and joined the discord you can find me under ANTI-Migsion. Is there a reason to not use Robinhood I'm honestly curious. I just want to protect my investment with all my abilities you know.
the ethernet card came from the original list the op provided. you can get a video dongle to run the other monitors the card will have zero problems running 6 1080p monitors my radeon 270x runs 4 1080p monitors and can still game with zero problems I would be Seriously surprised if a 2080 a 4 years newer card with more vram then mine fails to run an extra 2
This would do a lot better for cheaper than the build that you put up for opinions. also would be a better price for performance compared to Diypartsjoy build no offense to him.
Now I have a question for you What market program do you use to watch and graph out your opportunities. I want to get into day trading I have actually been using thinkorswim to look at a graph out so far. But I want to know if there's a better way. also what brokage are you using I want to use either Robinhood or Td Ameritrade I already have Acorns and its nice in all. But I'm having a hard time understanding how I would make a profit from it.
last question is there a go to trainer to watch for day trading that can teach me 4x?
Kaleo in the song I recommend is Icelandic he does do a lot of English songs as well I just think that is his all-time best song. but it probably helps to know Nordic language though but if so still a beautiful song
Love them both especially Gary bb Coleman just a great soulful voice with the fingers of a guitar legend
Foy Vance is a good modern artist to check out also Kaleo has some good stuff check out Vor í Vaglaskógi by them. But if you want the older sound to listen to al green, bill withers, Kenny Rogers, Dean Martin, Gary bb Coleman, Charles Bradley, Chuck Berry, BB King, Nina Simone, Mark Lockheart and, art blakey. There all amazing artist of different but older eras that just had the Sound of the gods
dual 1080 monitors without a problem if you think it would be better to run the ryzen 5 for the better graphics you could. wouldn't affect the rest of the system. you generally just be running my HTPC my tv in the living room is 4k and it can hold up to it on the 5 so dual 1080 monitors should be cake walk honestly I'll be surprised if it doesn't preform well
also i didn't add the monitors as well i forgot and it really just gonna come down to what he thinks looks best at the store
Its a good case my HTPC runs in it. that has a beefer cpu Ryzen 5 in it Works amazing.
this is legit my HTPC with a ryzen 3 instead of 5 you could do the 5 2400g and it would be even better
Agree if you need help on what to choose just ask
with no budget i went safe this thing would be really good and small and should stay cool with no problems
just wanted to note to the user asking this is a super Small pc that will be slightly harder to build in but not nothing to worry about just wanted that to be noted.
I choose the peripherals based on what I have used and how good it been to me the keyboard is amazing along with the mouse the headphones are also great quality. but I would honestly try to get to the best buy and test some of the keyboard and mice they have there out. there all different and all play different.
note this one is worse in all aspects
this build you have listed is good in my opinion couldn't build anything considerably better
fans, in this case, will suffice for airflow.
I say prices on 1070 will drop more in another 2 months or so.
in terms of tips just watch a video while building it helps also make sure to get a esp bracelet
in terms of overkill yes both list are overkill for those games but honestly op now save money later you can run the pc for 6 years on most games other then 3-4 for most gaming pc's
your list was good but not for the best bang for the buck here's my suggestion
the HDD is already owned from current i got a 480gb SSD by Pny but i didn't add it
save yourself some cuts and get this case instead https://pcpartpicker.com/product/pFgPxr/rosewill-tyrfing-atx-mid-tower-case-tyrfing and your good
I'm sorry it a full acrylic side panel standard my bad but it doesn't matter if it TG or Acrylic. the air flow is fine for the part chosen nothing in there is a huge heat soak in either systems. I understand the modular parts are sold separately but there an option if he wants them.
I'm not saying he gonna upgrade to 32gbs of ram I'm saying he has an option without buying newer higher GB sticks like 1x8.
well with the ram is if you wanted to go to 32gbs of ram you would need 8x4 in your way but if you're using 1x8 sticks you would only need 4x8 instead so aesthetically and upgradability it's better. and if you really care about 6-8 frame difference go for it 6-8 is not a big enough margin for me to care as the system will push over 100 fps in most games.
The Corsair CXM and Silverstone essentials are pretty similar in value as yes mustard cables on the strider but with an extra 150 watts for upgrade room is nice and there build quality is pretty good.
the masterbox lite does have a tempered panel and a steel internal with plastic bezels pretty standard. but it also has a customizable exterior as it flows the mastercase and lets you change bezels in and out
i should've mentioned that the ram was a placeholder but thank you
no i did notice:
the case means nothing I personally think the cm masterbox lite looks better.
the PSU is honestly debatable I believe the strider essentials and the CX are good but as far as bang for the buck and upgradeability the strider is my pick
I noticed the Ram but you went with the (2x4) set making it (4x4) to make 16gb which as time passes will be the minimum so went with (1x8) 8gb stick which makes an easy upgrade just pop another (1x8) in.
i will also say this is what i like about this community we have pushed this build for the best bang for the buck i do think you got the upper hand on me
You know what your persuaded my view and I think your correct and built a newer list without the water
so what I changed was
the Kraken x52 to Noctua - NH-D9L
the Samsung 250gb m.2 f to Western Digital - Blue 500GB M.2
and changed the case for one that has better aesthetics
nothing pushes me to see that your part list is better other than 1060. I could fit on in to but I decided for an aftermarket CPU cooler for part longevity
well you can get 4.1 ghz Oc with a good cooler
should handle Streaming no problem and all the games without any problem
all you should need