Hello, sorry for the late response. As to if I can get 3200 mhz cl16 with xmp, yes I can. It is running stable as well.
The gtx 570 is 9 years old. That card most likely has very low vram. Just get a rx580, you can easily get it for under $200.
You said 2060 ti, not 2060.
The 1060 3gb version is not a good card. It lacks the vram most games use currently. Also the 2060 ti doesn't exist.
First, are you talking about the rx570 from AMD? Second, if you are getting the gtx 570, dont get it. That card is extremely old and is not worth it. Use the userbenchmark site to compare graphics cards. Tell me your price range for a graphics card and I can probably tell you what is good around that range.
A lot of part selection and cable management usually does the trick
This is a nice build. The only thing I would fix is the ram. The ram should either go in slots 1 and 3 or 2 and 4. You can find out either directly on the motherboard or in the motherboard manual.
Either Lian-Li or cablemod. I have cablemod cables and they are very high quality, sadly they cost quite a bit more than Lian-Li's cables.
They are worth it, they have a lot of options and the quality is amazing. They have two different kinds of kits, modmesh and modflex. Modflex is more flexable (if it wasn't obvious enough) and modmesh is more stiff, but the colors are more vibrant and holds its shape better. I got the red modmesh cables for my rm650x and they look amazing in my build, the cables have no fraying, even after moving the cables through tight spaces that had some drag. The only thing I would watch out for is that sometimes they send you the wrong kit. If that happens just contact them and they will fix the issue.
This is a very nice build. I like the muted color theme that is used in the build. Also the layout of the description was great and easy to read. I have to ask two things, how do you find out what die is being used for ram and some tips on cable management.
Youre not wrong, the ram is not installed correctly. It should be in slots 1 and 3 (might be 2 and 4, I dont know). having the ram installed in slots 1 and 2 results in either one of the sticks not registering in the system, or the pc does not use dual-channel.
Its working great for me, the performance is better and more quiet than my previous aio (corsair h100i gtx). The only issues I had was mounting the cooler (corsair h100i pro and h100x have the same mounting method), but that issue is only for amd builds. I manage the fans through CAM. Also I have begun to notice that some of the black paint around the corsair logo has worn away some, but it hasnt gotten any worse after day 3 of using the build. The performance is definitely there for a cheaper aio. Would recommend.
Another reason why I chose cables over extensions is that with extensions I will have more cable that I will need to manage. The H500i does not have a lot of cable management space and using extensions will make it harder for me to have decent cable management. Its all preference at the end of the day.
It was $70 well spent.
The images are a little small, but otherwise, this is a very nice build. I like how you stayed consistent with the colors used in the build. It can get difficult to have a consistent white build at this price point.
I would invest in custom cables to make the build look even better. Would also flip the radiator around to prevent the bends that are in the picture. Otherwise, this build is pretty nice.
They are on the top. But I would prefer to have one on the back of the case.
I have had a pretty massive improvement from switching from the i7 to ryzen 5. Then again it is probably also due to the ram also being improved. I think my previous build was throttling my gpu as well.
Nice lego tower, +1
So far the ram is running fine, I haven't oc'd anything yet and Im still trying to reinstall some things that I lost after the fresh install of windows. So far I haven't had any issues.
Probably wanna upgrade to corsair vengeance/vengeance pro ram at around 3000 - 3200mhz. It'll match with your system and if you get the pro, the rgb can be managed through icue, so it'll match the cpu cooler.
Thats a pretty massive psu for what you have in your pc.
This is honestly one of the cleanest builds I have ever seen. This has inspired me to start improving my cable management skills. That shade of green looks very clean. GG, this deserved to be featured.
Im really hoping those top fans are exhaust fans...