Ok, my bad.
By the way, it might be a good idea to put the graphics card in the top slot.
For me it started at 2400mhz and I set it to 3000mhz. I didn't have any problems doing that.
Thanks, I agree with the statement that basically everyone uses some form of tech and knows almost nothing about it. I'm trying to help with that issue by teaching my friends how to build their own computers while still helping with the costs. It's actually pretty crazy because when I built my PC I started a train of friends that built their own including my uncle, 2nd cousin, cousin, and two friends. There are also two others that are now planning to build one when they have the money.
Thanks, I worked pretty hard for the two summers to earn the money for my setup. I for sure don't have any regrets.
Estaba muy feliz cuando encontraste ese trato
I am planning on upgrading when a sale comes for Ryzen 5 3600 or something like that.
Same! I mowed lawns when I was 12 and got enough for a PC. It seems that whenever I have money, I just dump it in to my PC. My current rig has a Ryzen 3 2200g, 16gb RAM, B450 motherboard, MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X, CX 650, and a very nice Corsair case I got for $40.
Nice, I also just got an r9 290 off Craigslist for $50.
You could get the Cooler Master MA G100M RGB cause it's slim and will match RGB fans.
I also found a r9 290 (non-x version) for $50 on Craigslist!
That's still a lot though, I got my case on sale for $40.
I'm pretty positive any standard DDR4 should work, but this is my first build so I don't know a whole lot.
Wow, that case is $1199!?
I'm pretty sure any DDR4 at 3200, 3000, 2800, 2666, 2400, and 2133 MHz should work at a max of 64 gb in total. That's what the manual says. It also says that it works with 2 , 4 , 8 , and 16 gb sticks of DDR4 .
Thanks, the 290 exceeded my expectations besides the point that it runs pretty hot!
Where did you get that red case?