Oh Asus. I thought you meant just a Z270 build. My bad!
lol go to home page and they have one with a 7700K lol
I would recommend you to take this build instead.
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Alright, I will admit thats a good build!
also, the pc was supposed to be a very energy efficient computer (while also being low power).
My build was near silent. Also, I was gonna replace the stock fans with those quieter fans. I specifically chose Asus Strix because they have 0db fans (up to a certain speed), and yes the 1080 strix would be better but it would take more space as well as more power.
I would recommend Intel in that case.
Aight. Thanks for the info!
GOD DAMMIT I DIDNT READ THE FRICKING SUBNOTES OF THAT. FRICK YOU ARCTIC SILVER!!!!!
Ah thats why my G3258 failed...... How about the PK3?
Yes, I will use probably AS5 for the thermal compound. And yes, I will put it straight on CPU die.
liquid metal? wat do u meen? Again I wont be using the IHS. I intend to hit 1.75V or 1.8V if my mobo can support it of corse! : >
Ye, I am gonna get that. Actually I wont use glue, because I will not be using the IHS. I will be doing a very extreme overclock once I get another G3258, and that should help with temps, so I can hit even higher voltages!
can i have ur old system? lol
teach me how to delid plz
Yea, I meant that AMD has more performance per buck, but Nvidia makes the most powerful cards without a budget limit
LOL but to be fair, NVIDIA has the best GPUs, but AMD is more budget friendly!
called it lol
Why GTX 660? Are you gonna upgrade it? If so, I recommend getting a GTX 1060 6GB or GTX 1070!
eh, I have thought about that BUT, no extreme overclocking of the CPU... And, from what I have experienced, that cooler is a great cooler (the Enermax one).
I will be using this as my personal PC (again, if I get this), and that would involve making Roblox games, making music, overclocking performance tests, and VR
Ye, I think 1600W for this would have been overkill, but if I had put, say 2 1080s, then I would have gone for the 1600W.
Um, this build was intended to be used for attempting to break CPU frequency records. Yes, the graphics card isn't that good, and that was the entire point. Having a 1050 Ti vs a 1080 causes less load on the CPU while benchmarking for CPU speed, and it was intended for "replacing" the integrated graphics which equals even less CPU load.
Also I should tell you that while 1600W is certainly overkill, I would actually go for this:
The PSU chosen was just in case a lot of power was needed.
The 2TB SSD happens to be the fastest SSD in the consumer market, so that means more time to finish a benchmark while the PC is still stable.
The 1050 Ti was the best you can get without using a 6 or 8 pin (ok maybe a 960 low power but none show up on this website).
This is intended to be used for extreme CPU Z validations. If I did not already mention, there is no cooler chosen because I am not an expert to say "get Kingpin parts" or "EKWB parts". This is meant to be used with LN2, and I am sure that this motherboard can support it just well. It also supports Optane! I personally think this is the only motherboard out there that could EVER beat the Asus Formula edition boards.
ye, any time!
I recommend these lists in your situation.
This one is a good build assuming you will be getting a new graphics card. However, if you will be using that 750 Ti, then this will be a much better choice:
This one comes with an i5-7600K, and 2x16GB of DDR4 RAM, compared to the 2x4GB in the first list. I strongly recommend this list because you have an i5 unlocked processor, and comparing the i3-7350K to the i5-7600K, the i5 has 6MB of cache compared to 4MB. Also, the i5 has 4 cores, compared to 2 cores on the 7350K. Always look at core count first, unless a situation like a 4C/8T CPU vs a 6C/6T CPU. Anyways, I recommend the second list as you will have more ram and a better CPU, and for recording you want a good system and I know that because I have had experience with that.
To be honest, after overclocking my 750 Ti to Pascal architecture speeds, it's actually pretty good! But hey, he is getting it for free (I would take that).
I trimmed it down a bit, and gave it a bit of performance jump. OH also, the B250 chipset will support Optane along with every Kaby Lake chipset, and that is said to be the next gen of memory, so for future, this is a pretty good build in my opinion. And, just saying, that Pentium I threw in is hyperthreaded, which means it is essentially equivalent to an i3 in this scenario (2C/4T). And, its like 20$ USD cheaper (I would take this for a budget build), so that's an added bonus! Anyways, here is the list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fkgdvV
I wish you luck on your build! And, should I mention, as long as your internet is somewhat fast, then you can expect Roblox to run 60FPS at 1080p, and maximum graphical quality via NVIDIA Control Panel settings and Roblox settings!. If you need any further help, please feel free to ask!
I topped out at 475 MHz, but I want to hit even higher. My mobo just won't go higher. I tried everything at 476, but didn't stay stable enough for a CPU Z validation (CPU z didnt even load).
uh, why not the i7-6900K or i7-6950X? The 6900K is faster, and pretty much the same cost. The 6950X has 2 more cores, 4 more threads, and 5MB more cache. Both support Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology. And both are 14nm (versus 22nm).
I did address it, look above. Also, lol I know that the system wouldn't work without like 4gb of ram.
Look on Intel ARK. Also, keep in mind, that is the MAX it can have, bc that is the max the CPU can have. Also understand that, the integrated graphics shares the memory (in this case RAM) with the rest of the system.
Lol ok then... It is free performance that you may be throwing out!
Yes you can overclock the intergrated graphics, via Intel XTU. At least the one I had where it was using the Intel Graphics....
I don't think you damaged your graphics card by overclocking, but how far did you push it?
Lol alright. I think you should still go Intel, as they have been proven to be real successful.
Ok, but let's be fair here; the 930M only has 2GB of DDR3 RAM, while Intel HD Graphics 620 can have up to 32GB of DDR4 VRAM. Also, I am dead sure the Intel HD Graphics 620 is a lot more energy efficient. And, if using Intel XTU, you can achieve a lot more than 135MHz overclocks on the integrated graphics!
How am I wrong?
Lol however you should try using Intel XTU and undervolt that i5-6600K.
Here is my list:
This list will definitely not play games at 1080p @ 60fps. A GT 710 is an extremely underpowered card, and I personally recommend at least a GTX 1050 Ti if you want 1080p @ 60fps on med. settings.
Wait you cannot overclock the 6600K because you got a B150 motherboard...
In that case, if you could skype me or video chat or something to where i can see your bios, then I should be able to help. No I am not trying to kidnap you lol...
nuuu i wanted to tho...
My calculated wattage was with the two card running at 225W each max, and the CPU overclocked to the point it is pulling 130W.
The only problem with THAT is if your CPU isn't powerful enough. What if you had a G3258 and 2 graphics cards? (lol I did that but not SLI; GTX 560 and 750 Ti ftw!!!)
Holy crap. 980 Ti for that much? gimme. Ill sell it right away and give u the price back bc i will sell for yuge profit.