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Thanks for the report. The listings have been updated now, and prices should pull soon.
The forums are for builds you're genuinely considering only. Please do not make threads for hypothetical, joke, or dream builds.
Sorry, this isn't a type of product we list.
Thanks for the report. The listings have been updated, and Amazon prices are now showing. More may come, depending on retailer availability and listings.
This topic has been moved from "Hardware > Motherboards" to "General > Request Part Additions / Corrections Here".
There's a report button under all posts and comments you can use.
Unfortunately we cannot add this case at this time because of unique compatibility requirements such as those with video card power connectors.
If you'd like to (constructively) rip apart people's builds, this isn't the place to. There are many people looking for constructive feedback in the Part List Opinions Wanted section.
Unfortunately, because of the unusual dimensions of the radiator, we cannot model it's compatibility at this time, and it will not be added.
All have now been added to the site.
Or at least I assume it was the memory kit you were intending to request.
Already on the site here.
If you add those parts to the part list on the site, the site will tell you if the parts are compatible or not.
Added now, along with the rest of the kits in the series.
Thanks for the report. The listing has been updated.
Sorry, it needs to be available from one or more of our supported retailers before it is added to the site.
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If this isn't a PC you already own but plan to build, you may be looking for the Part List Opinions Wanted subforum.
Sorry, this isn't the place to solicit donations/investment/etc.
Please only post real builds to this forum. If you aren't truly considering building it, don't post it.
Also, FYI if you want to respond to someone, click the "Reply" button under their comment. That way, they receive a notification that you've replied, and it's clear who you are responding too. Responding to the overall thread, as you have been, is basically like responding to yourself.
This topic has been moved from "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted" to "Systems > Create A Part List For Me".
This topic has been moved from "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted" to "Hardware > Video Cards".
This topic has been moved from "General > General Discussion" to "Systems > Create A Part List For Me".
Nope! X570 motherboards will always be compatible with the Ryzen 7 3700X out of the box.
Hi, all PSUs in the list's parametric selection will be sufficient for the build.
That minimum wattage is just an estimate that errs even more on the safe side in leiu of knowing what CPU is used and the quality of the PSU used.
If you start a new system builder part list with this guide, you can then add your video card to that part list, and it will tell you if it's compatible (it is, by the way).
I strongly recommend using the site's system builder, especially if you want to check compatibility.