Really nice! I love those Chromax fans! Looks like you have a GPU sag problem though...
Ah, my mistake. Sorry about that.
Not the most expensive but 80k. Presumably nice sounding.
No, I don't think so.
Since you are not using integrated AMD graphics, you can skip the graphics driver updates. Otherwise, yes, do the BIOSes in that order. Strangely though, the 2700X isn't on ASRock's list of supported CPUs. Probably an error on their part, but might want to check with them to make sure.
No, the X570 chipset only supports dual-channel memory, regardless of what processor you choose.
Do you know what blue switches are? More specifically, Outemu Blue? They are the LOUDEST, CLICKIEST, most ANNOYING switches on the market. Otherwise... I guess it's a decent recommendation.
GD only relies on clicking, so I would actually recommend going to your local store and testing out what works best, rather than a specific mouse.
Without a budget or requirements, it's difficult to give exact recommendations. That said, I can give you a rundown on what I have and why I like them. I have a Ducky One 2 RGB keyboard. I really like it. The build quality is exceptional, the lighting is bright and easily customizable without software, and the USB-C cable is removable. The One 2 (With many Cherry MX switch options) can be found for pretty cheap on a variety of online and brick-and-mortar suppliers. As for mice, I have a Zowie EC2-B CS:GO edition. This is a really personal choice. I love the shape and feel of it, but others may not. It also has no lighting of any kind, so steer clear if you want that. There are many lighter, more customizable mice on the market but if you're looking for a solid, dependable FPS mouse I would highly recommend anything Zowie.
The Apex 7, while high quality, is highly overpriced for what you get. There are similar or higher quality products available from other manufacturers
Uhhhh..... that is definitely not an ASRock Radeon VII. That looks like an ASUS ROG STRIX GPU of some kind. Otherwise nice build. +1
Awesome dude! Glad you got it working.
Makes sense. As to why your sound card isn't working... not to insult you, but are you sure your speakers are plugged into the sound card, not the motherboard? Also try installing EVGA's driver from https://cdn.evga.com/nuaudiocard/EVGA%20NU%20Audio_0.2.0.7_WIN10.exe
Just wondering, why did you buy a sound card? Unless you have really good analog headphones, you probably won't hear the difference compared to the (excellent) Realtek ALC1220 built-in to your motherboard. Also, all your fans are exhausting air. This can lead to excessive dust build-up and much higher temperatures.
Build looks nice though.
Does anything happen when you press the power button? Lights, fan spin, anything?
Thank you. I found it in a trash can in my alley.
Nice PC, but for this price you definitely could have gotten a dedicated GPU.
Oh hi. Yeah I used to have a water cooler for my old FX-8370 but when I upgraded the Kraken X31 didn't come with mounting hardware for AM4. So I just sold it along with the other stuff.
The hell are you
Thanks! I appreciate it.
There are so many things wrong with this, including but not limited to your power supply being only $10 less than your CPU. Also, clean up your room!
Audio hardware has not exactly been improving by leaps and bounds in the past decade or so. I have a vintage amplifier from the mid 70s that still sounds superb.
Nice! I used to have the FX-8370, and it was a great little CPU. But yeah, definitely not worth buying in 2019.
Nice! Too bad you didn't use the Ryzen 7 2700X Anniversary Edition.
Hmmmm. I have a Ducky One 2 RGB. I like it because although it is plastic, it is extremely durable and it comes with doubleshot PBT keycaps. The RGB is bright, and can be completely controlled through the keyboard, without any software. The cable is USB 3.0 Type-C, and it is detachable with lots of routing holes. It also comes with a selection of accent keys in a random color. I would say it is also towards the cheaper end of the spectrum. But in the end, the choice is up to you.
The software looks like NZXT CAM... don't quote me on that though.
Those Noctua Chromax covers are amazing. Nice build. Why the crappy keyboard though?
Yeah, pretty sure also an ASRock X470 Master SLI/AC
OH GOD THE BOTTLENECKING 9900k and 660 TI AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH
As far as I know, you will need a mobo as well.
ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme
Manufacturer Page: https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Motherboards/ROG-Dominus-Extreme/
Part Number: Cant find it
Wow! Looks cool! Will I be able to use my existing PCPP account with this website, or will I have to create a new one?
The lack of a PS/2 port was a dealbreaker?
I am mildly confused.
Nice build though! +1
He used all the PSU cables?
Yeah, you should use the actual part list function.
Sick build dude!
Nice looking build: the dual monitors are awesome
Please remove the plastic wrap my OCD is killing me.
But the 2400G can only run PCIe slots in x8 mode, not x16, limiting your overall GPU bandwidth by half. I would go with like a 1400 or something.
They are definitely bright, however with the color cycle effect, one of them cycles slightly faster than the other.
I'm retarded. Thanks!
Nope! There are still 5 other SATA ports you can use to connect your hard drive.
The Corsair Obsidian 1000D has 8 on the front. It's massive.
That's a huge case! Nice build!
Nice! I recently upgraded from my old FX-8370 to a Ryzen 5 2600 and it is definitely a noticeable performance increase.
Great pictures! +1