Mmmm about 9 months. Gotcha I’ll put a monitor on. Thanks
list says EVGA graphics card but pictures shows ASUS?
if you do that look at the Evga bundles on their site and get the PSU and powerlink too
yes. just goes right in the slot. a partlist would help.
usually Gigabyte is the cheapest, best option.
good to know. hope they do it again.
G502 is awesome. and its $45 at microcenter, 11 programmable buttons and DPI shift.
^ what he said. get the deal and the 1080 series and your gaming will be strong. even a 1070ti will do it for you.
is B stock worth it?
3000 i believe.
Evega, Asus, msi, gigabyte in that order.
i'd get a AIO cooler if you want any overclock. also if you really want a 1080ti then upgrade your monitor to a min 144hz. otherwise there is no need and you can just go with 1070ti. shoot at 1080/60 you can be fine with 1060 6gb.
Cool thanks guys.
you don't see a lot of 1070 SLI's. i was thinking of doing this on my next build.
probably the level of computer he wanted.
cooler master sells aura sync case fans
i imagine. sent a DM btw.
cool. and minimal keyboard pickup?
how do you like the yeti as far as position with the boom when your steaming and blocking your view? thinking about getting one of these.
i have a parts list like this labeled "dream build". love this setup.
"This is my computer. Sometimes I use it for gaming, but mostly my wife just uses it for Facebook and blogging."
LOL im sure the frame rate is a dream
lol i have a parts list exactly like this.
FYI. get this GPU (better one) and get the power supply free. so you'd spend about the same but have a slightly better GPU.
then trust me my friend you won't find anything under $1000 to include a 144 hz monitor. 60 FPS is very smooth the below setting, then upgrade the monitor but this 2600 will hold off for a while with the 1070ti. could scarifies the GPU for a 1060 6gb.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Consider a AMD? its your Monitor thats killing you. i'd take the 60 to 120 fps for under the $1000 and run better.
FYI Free PSU with 1070ti purchase from newegg:
GPU for sure. have you tried overclocking it, the CPU, and ram?
you could say this build is ... frosty.
my bad i didn't think the exchange or import tax was that high. cross the boarder???
Fyi. back in the day, new went from $290 down to $250. a rx580 new today is $300 to $340 ish.
yea i found it yesterday. just as a reference.
Would this spark your interest? with TR should get a premium cooler. id put your programs on the M.2 and then whatever 4k your working on a SSD then export old stuff to an external when done. instead of one GPU, maybe a duel SLI? Added OS too.
got your OS? Monitors and other Peripherals? honestly my $1200 (ryzen 5 1600) rig edits 4k. just depends on how much you're doing and the time invested in editing /rendering. How long are the avg videos?
this could help for perspective
I need to make new friends that give me a third of the cost of a computer.
excuse me sir. you missed a little RGB in the corner. Nice Build.
couples that game together...? lol
how would you go about selling it? Post an Ad? do you wipe it of windows 10? I might be interested in selling mine with similar specs.
Premiere. 750MB file rendered in about 5 minuets. CPU is for for rendering. GPU is for games and i'm on the lookout for a 1070ti too.
give this man a feature.
Dad club here too. your's is pretty similar to mine. mines built for 4k editing (nothing long) and "light" game playing. i'm digging the 1600 and 1050ti but i already feel like i need to update the GPU. they are just so expensive. but i'm on the lookout. Great rendering times.
i like it but it seems like the GPU is sagging a little bit. maybe a brace?
think a bracket to turn the GPU side ways would look dope too.
where the fudge is the PSU?
PSU is was to much, price and wattage. Try and find a memory with 2 sticks and at minimum DDR4-3000. also don't really need the paste because the cooler comes with it.
but what really is your budget and if someone can make it cheap, then its cheaper. helps so we know the types of video cards, ssd's, CPU level, memory etc.
even while i just built this today, its now up to $680 because of the case. act fast.
should run 60fps fine but don't have a lot else open. Spring for the 1060 3gb if you can and you shouldn't have issues.
my build is on 16gb memory, 6 core with this type of graphics card and runs Fortnite on high settings easy.
should really tell them to save the money and go ahead and buy the upgraded PC.