Any windows OS. We have a monitor, kb&m.
What other info should I give?
Doesnt work like that. If a card only has 2gb or vram, it will only use 2gb, even if there are 8gb of vram between the cards.
2.And this is needed for a non overclock intel why?
3.There goes another $100.
Ill get rid of the mobo and cpu for a their respective non overclockable editions to save money.
Sorry if I come across as mean. Thanks for the build!
A fx-6300 and a 970 are not a good idea. The 6300 will bottleneck the 970.
This make me proud to use Pcpartpicker.
I wish I lived in the US.
He already bought the gpu...
Cable management wants a word with you.
But still, 2gb really isn't all that good for 5760*1080
Mobos do not effect fps so much that it can be noticed.
Don't trust the average wattage. But yes, that psu should work just fine.
+1 Up there.
Lian li makes some nice aluminum black cases...
Or he could've used a time machine and gone into the future, seen your post, bought everything off of newegg, and go back in time and build his pc.
I know the i7-3770k is overkill but the k version was $20 more? That was confusing. Mobo was a good price? You could've easily shaved off $100 if you went with a cheaper mobo.
Either one hell of a dad or one hell of a spoiled kid, I'm guessing the former.
$1700 and a 7770?
I just got a geeky boner.
Is that one of those MINI drawers? I had one of those as a kid.
Can I have it? ;D
You honestly spent way too much on that gpu.
Is that rum?
Great little build mate!
Great cable management for first build!
K now I understand.
Why did you get bulldozer instead of piledriver? And why 16 gigs of ram? Also, watch that psu.
Put the gpu on the top slot and the usb3 card on a lower slot, or else you will see some bottleneck from the x4 interface.
There are too many computers on this site named THOR. I think this is the 7th.
I never knew amd cpus handle 1.65, but intel cpus get destroyed by 1.65. The guy at my local computer shop told me that.
Make it 1.5 volts. Ram thats over 1.5 is the number one killer of cpus.
Great cable management.
One more thing, since you are using 3 1080p screens get the 4 gb version of the card. Good luck!
That is a high end build. Love it. Bit overkill for gaming, but still great for showing off. jk Save some more money by getting less expensive monitors. You won't be needing the flip ability. Here - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236052
Can't wait for see some pics of this on the site.
Save $100 dollars and get a i5. Same performance in everything but video editing and rendering. That is one high end build. I personally would spend $2000 then buy another $2000 dollar computer 2 years later, better then having one that works great for 2 years then slows down. You don't need suck a high end cpu cooler unless you are doing extreme overclocking. Same for mobo. No need for 16 gigs of ram, unless you have the same needs as the i7 has an advantage in. I would save some more money and drop the sound card, you will barely notice the difference. I would get windows 7, that's opinion, but it still has better driver support. Just get a single 256 drive, better value then 2 128 drives. Other wise, this is a very high end build. Once again, I say spend $2000 first then another $2000 2 years later.
Ewww diablotek... that won't last ling.
Great Build! But why so much ram?
Would I have any trouble using that same mobo with a taller psu interfering with the pci-e slot?
Gotta love that hockey hall of fame mousepad. Great cable management, especially from a 14 year old, but I think you may see a small bottleneck from the fx-6300.
Hahaha i7 with 7750 for gaming. Don't think he knew too much about pc building, eh?
I would be using intel stock with a 3.5 drive and maybe an upgrade to add a ssd in the future. Would it all fit?
So if I didn't have a radiator for water cooling I could fit one in?
BTW Can you put a dvd burner in there?