The what looks like a orange on your desk is cheaper to.
Bf1 is cheaper.
And the cables.
Psu is cheaper then the case on pcpp usa and the hdd is cheaper then the hdd in the uk. c:
Sadly my motherboard........ its half dead and msi refuses to fix it even though its in warranty.
Is this a wild card? Yes will you go for it? Probably not. is it a trusted Brand Kinda.
its got a 6.5ms response time (look at the questions and answers) it looks good and at 4k 43" if you run games in a 1440p window its like having a 28" 4k monitor it looks good plus you could use it in bed with a logitech k400 and if you dont like it you can return it.
I'm currently running 3 43" 4k tvs as monitors for most games and for games like osu i run them in a 1440p window.
if you'd look at benchmarks today the 880m basicly has the same performance as the 1050 in games plus it has a bigger memory bus for higher resolutions and WAY more vram.
both recent videos and its not about tomorrows performance its about todays performance
launch rx 480 vs 1060 everyone got a 1060 ignoring AMD FineWine now the amd card is ahead.
Sources? to it overheating? the clevo p170 sm-a is a pretty damn beefy laptop.
1050 laptops may be newer but you're still looking at £650 for used a laptop with a 15" screen 1050 8gigs of ram and a 120gig ssd.
So £200 more for 24 gigs less ram 120 gigs less ssd storage 1tb less hdd storage a smaller screen and a slight gpu a bit better single core and optimizations which may or may not come.
also i noticed i was comparing the the 880m to the desktop not the mobile 1050.
the 880m beats the 1050 on everything but market share.
I've heard that most Wacom Intuos's have input lag so i wouldn't get that and the wacom bamboo or xp pen g430 was what i was looking at anyway but Thanks for your help i'll probably get the bamboo when i get a little better at the game.
with a overclock a 8320e can get surprising good gaming performance i had one at 4.7ghz with a 1080 for a while before i upgraded to my tis and 1700 and its honestly not as bad with a overclock as you may think
i see your point but its still around $350 cheaper to buy that then it is to buy it new plus you could sell half the ram and get a good aio and 120gig ssd and keep in mind cex does offer a 2 year warranty.
and if the 7700 is that overkill for a 1060 why do you have them? c:
Honestly i'd go for a 40" + 4k monitor and at a push 32" (I'm running a 43" right now)
either that or 1440p 165hz gsync if you dont have the space but as you play alot of destiny 2 i'd be more likely to go for the 4k option.
Here is what i would consider
also +1 for selling your cs skins for pc parts i did the same to get my 2nd 1080 ti
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
i'd go for the one that suits you being 144hz 165hz 1440p is you do alot of fps games like csgo and overwatch the ultrawide if you play racing games etc and the 4k's if you play anything like me.
also +1 for selling your csgo skins for the pc i did the same for my 2nd 1080 ti.
i've tried 4k on a 1080 before i upgraded to my 1080 tis and honestly for 1440p 144hz to stay above around 85 - 90 (the point i find i didn't like to go under when i 185hz gamed) on a 1080 you'd probably need to lower settings
judging by the specs i'd assume it'd make around $20 a day before power with cryptocurrency prices going up right now.
I'd assume if the list price is what he paid i'd assume around 220 days before power costs and fluctuation but then again that $20 a day if he mined it 4 months ago and kept it in btc would've turned into $60 a day right now with the current btc prices.
he could never make the money back or make it back in a few weeks depending on what he does with the mined currency.
Is it just me that read the title as "Triggered" also i'd hope that redbull is empty otherwise it'd turn into redhotbull under load c:
In the uk I see prices for 980 tis and furys for around £280 and sometimes around £250 so i'd look for 980 tis and furys around 300 euros.
I'd Stalk Websites like Ebay / Craigslist>gumtree (Or the used resale websites french peaple use) for cards like 980 tis and R9 Furys.
and now that pc would cost $956.19 (with a 580 duel only change to it)
Nice build but you NEED To get some 8+6pin cable combs for those gpu cables
gl on 2k upvotes
nice build but what speeds are you getting with that drive after a few years?
if you ask me the picture is missing a few things but then again if it is a "ghost" i wouldn't see them
i already noticed that and forgot to take the request down....
one of the cleaner loops i've seen by far but i would recommend some cable combs
honestly i'd keep it unless you like the looks of another cooler
nice build nice "1800x"
nice build but loud.... i got a 1080 ti sc in my core p3 and its so damn loud and hot
as someone that got a 1080 ti that arrived today for 4k i'd recommend it for 1080p or 1440p though i'd honestly go with a 980 ti if you could get one sub 350 or 1070 for the same maybe a 1080 if you get lucky on the price
one of the few things in the uk cheaper before you consider exchange rates
ehh anyway honestly as someone that doesn't care about bragging rights i'd buy neither as in the uk you can find 980 tis for sub 250 any day
it does have a 384bit memory bus over the 256bit bus on the 1070 though higher memory bandwidth you have the bragging rights to say you have a titan if thats your thing more vram and they can still oc pretty damn fast on air without to much noise plus it is a bit faster then the 1070 (trading blows but in most games faster)
do you even get 75hz 4k monitors? apart from duel connection monitors from sketchy companys?
anyway the cheapest 28" 4k monitor thats ips is roughly 330 so you'd be still saving $70 plus it is still a 10bit panel with a 1ms response time
might not be the best but its probably one of my favourite setups i've seen on pcpp just something about it i quite like.
not sure why someone would need a 850 watt psu unless they are going to do sli 1080 ti amp extreme or another card with like 300+watt power usage otherwise 750watt is enough
cyber monday aint that big of a thing in the uk..
welp if only inport tax didn't exist...
gigabyte oc black or the evga sc needs to be black / silver / white for my build (Silver Crow) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/GFR3xY
and a $170 markup for the cheapest 1080 in the uk compare to the cheapest in the us...
leave a note on your door and say a area to hide the parts in its what i do
im in the uk and you cant really find open box cards not enough peaple buying graphics cards that high end considering how much more a 1080 ti costs in the uk compare to the us then how much less peaple are in the uk then after that the small amount of peaple returning them
yea i thought it'd be around that considering the 8320 i used to own got around 500 in cinebench at 4.7
if only my legs did the same ever since i moved my pc onto my desk my feet moved up there to and have a habbit of hitting the pc case and scratching the side panel.
make sure to repliy to this comment when your foot goes through the pc case :D
but my question is.... whats the cinebench
less likely to crash or have a hdd error...
also a system with a ssd will be alot more stable then one with a hdd from my experience