Whoops forgot the 2600 doesn't have integrated graphics, i just wouldn't personally want to buy a 4 core cpu when you can get so much better for a little more. Maybe wait until you can buy the gpu and zen 3 should be out by then, and you can buy the same build for less. Speed is pretty much the only difference between an SSD and HDD, pc boots faster, opens apps faster, loads games quicker, etc.
I would go for a 2600 for another 20, way more power for just a few extra and switch out the HDD for a smaller SSD maybe 250 or 500 gb and add the HDD later. You will be way better off getting the SSD now and just slapping the HDD in later. What gaming settings are you going? Cant see what your monitor is.
You have to at least explain why its better, what you changed for what and why you did it. Just saying its better optimized doesn't help them know what you think is wrong with his or her build.
I would actually really like to buy an i7 7700 k or non k but I just cant justify spending another $300 on a used i7 for this dead end platform. I think I would be much better off getting into the am4 platform now or with zen 2 or even stick with intel if they finally get to the next die shrink. Newegg had some pretty good deals on the 2600x and another 30 off with a mobo combo, now the deals are gone so im not so tempted to buy right now. Leaning heavily on just waiting for the next gens to drop.
Yep waiting seems like the best bet, but im really thinking about just buying a nice am4 mobo and 2600x since they are so cheap now. Ive been seeing to much stuttering lately on some newer games RE2 was pretty bad overwatch is a close 2nd ( I know I could turn some settings down but that's no fun) hoping the extra cores will solve that. I can live with fps below 100 but it has to be smooth. Plus ive been wanting to try out overclocking so that was another incentive to go for a ryzen cpu.
I would say they are so close just go for the cheapest when you decide to buy.
I guess I would need to see proof cause a google search doesn't come up with these "nasty recordings". Reviews seem to be good all around, gamers nexus says the vrm runs hotter than it "should" but it was still within spec and comes with a 5 year warranty for peace of mind. As far as price goes its right in line with any other triple fan oced card. If they like the looks of it the amp extreme is no worse than any of its competition.
That card doesn't run hot, at least my doesn't. I have it in a s340 elite and doesn't go over 165 F.
Only suggestion I would make is a 960 evo instead of the 850 for the blazing speed.
Come on Bruh.
Your not going to be playing Horizon at any settings LOL.
Off topic I think its funny they are giving a free activity tracker with the gpu, all the activities you might need to track while sitting down on a computer lol.
Check this one its high end.
Or this one, a little more reasonable
You should add an ssd, lifes to short to wait forever for your computer to load up.
A g4560 would be a big upgrade let alone a new i5 or ryzen 1600. Start with a cpu upgrade its time to retire that old i3.
The tempered glass p400 comes with lights so you wont have buy them separately.
Build a new one from scratch just salvage the drives and maybe psu.
Newegg has some 1060s in stock for a decent price.
I would say yeah, 8gb would be hurting with all that going.
Looks good other than the monitor the 1080 can push 1440p at 144fps on most games. Either downgrade to a 1050ti or get a nice 1440p monitor.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
This is a decent list to get a feel for what to get, for the gpu a 1050ti would work to if you don't mind lowering settings a little. Just add 2 case fans, peripherals, monitor and your good to go.
Everything will fit but if your willing to pay 500 for a gpu get a 1080.
What resolution and fps are you wanting to game at.
That cpu is plenty powerful enough 4 cores 8 threads plenty for gaming. If your playing at 1080p than this is a nice build for 60 fps high settings. 16 gb of ram really isn't necessary if your not multitasking.
Pentium g4560 would be a little cheaper for roughly the same performance.
A big NO on your build with that ancient cpu.
Get ryzen, x299 or wait for coffeelake Without knowing whether the 1151 socket is going to be used for next gen I would wait it out or go with ryzen or x299. With both of them you get more power for around the same price.
Get the g4560 build than you can upgrade the cpu if necessary.
Check the link.
I got mine that I'm using now on ebay over a year ago and still working fine. But as he said buy at your own risk. Another site that rhymes with penguin and starts with a k has them to.
Same here lol. I would go for the 7800x, intel still has the reliability and driver support, etc. over ryzen.
Definitely not twice the power just cause more cores and threads. If every little frame is important to you get intel if you do more than one thing at a time ryzen would be the better choice.
I think he got his brands confused hitachi are one the most reliable brands you can get.
Agreed looks like a poo stain.
That 1070 isn't available even if it was that price is to high if you have 500 for a gpu get a 1080.
1050 ti would be a good choice to.
Google sk Hynix they are number 2 in the world behind Samsung, apple uses their chips in a lot of their stuff.
Or skylake-x if you like really hot power hungry parts
Looks good just missing that new corsair mouse.
Your definitely not going to find a rx 580 right now especially not for a decent price like that.
Need a budget decent cases range from 50 on up.
Right now is amds time buying intel is kind of pointless when you get more for your money with ryzen that would be my suggestion forget the 7700 and go for zen.
I think ryzen would be the better choice really.
Get rid of that founders 1080 and get a real one with two or three fans.