Would have dropped the cpu cooler and got an 8400/9400f if you want to stick with intel otherwise would have went with an r5 2600. There is cheaper ram priced at around 80 bucks. would have went with a different gpu, either a gtx 1660 or a rx 580. Also would have forgone the NVME, there is no real benefit for a casual/gaming user over just a sata drive, there are sata m.2's that would have let you get double the space for pretty much the same price. Otherwise looks great.
you can, i am likely to replace the front 3 whenever i see a good sale on LL140s
nice, i like the look
honestly it shouldnt really at 1440p and higher, an OC'd 4790k is about on the level of a 2600. really only losing like 7-10 fps on average in most modern games compared to modern intel cpus like an 8600k/9700k and above. its definitely the part to replace next though. com
Yeah ryzen doesn't deal well with more than 2 dimms. if you actually need 32gb of ram would have been been better to get a 2x16gb set and some of that dummy module vengeance RGB for looks.
Loving it right now, amazon though did nearly give me a heart attack with flickering that came from the dp cable I brought from them. Had to revert to the short stock one that came with the monitor.
thanks! it wasn't that cheap when i got it. anything above 3000mhz and you see marginal gains at best with even ryzen. It's a case, can't really go overkill with it when you don't even need a case in the first place, only how much you want to waste on looks. i also brought these parts months ago.
nice build. psu is not the greatest but oh well. Also want to let you know g skill doesn't make the ram. even the ram in the same series may be different, g.skill and the rest of the vendors just throw a fancy heatsink onto the ram. the ram is made by hynix, micron, and samsung.
Damn, fans to match the LL120s in looks.
Damn, didn't even look at the psu. Old *** psu. 4.5 is pretty good on a aio that small.
Damn, you made out like a bandit with that cpu. Still has quite a bit of life left in it. Eventually look into getting a good cooler and oc it.
Not really a a best bang for buck in any sense of the meaning but it looks nice and all around nice parts
I'd personally sell the 1080ti and go for a 2080ti. Sli ain't so great but nvlink is phenomal.
Future sli and full loop. Still overkill but his parts are also going to continue to draw more power. Sli and full loop with a 9900k will put him around 700w to 750w of power.at full load. OC'd a 9900k by itself can pull around 180w sometimes even more by itself.
How cool does the h60 keep your 2700 and what do you have it clocked at?
Could have got a 2080ti at this range. Also could have had threw out the nvme and got a 2tb ssd unless you find yourself moving mass amounts of data.