Just a simple cheap build for work/software development
The final price was about $1200.
The video card was bought on eBay by $70
Test results: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/21190671
The CPU-Cooler looks so good, how does it perform?
its the stock cooler lmao
You are right, cooler is just ok for the regular work, but not for overclocking.
It a little loud also!
For me it’s ok for now..
yeah if you are on a really strict budget you should mind as well stick with the stock cooler. If you had a bigger budget at least get a aftermarket or a cheap AIO for like 80-100$
Will look into getting a new cooler and overclocking after a while..
don't worry about overclocking its ez. Everyone worries and stresses over it, its not that bad
Didn't AMD get a ton of praise for not skimping out on stock coolers? Have heard more good things about them than bad, anyhow.
The only issue- a huge delay during the OS boot. But it was fixed with the latest BIOS.
The video card will be a bottleneck if you play the latest games.. but this is my work PC, so no games..
ah ok, than that's a nice build u have there!
I trust you are planning to add some fans to those naked fan mounts. The case is crying out for fans!
Faaaaaaans . . .
Not for the current setup.. maybe after overclocking..
I think it's OK for stock setup to have 1 in-cooler and for out-cooler just use PSU's one.
Maybe I'm wrong?
The temperate is pretty good under the load:
cpu: under 65 C
system: under 46 C
I don't like extra fans just because of the mounting holes..
Is it? None of those parts get particularly hot under load. I think it's fine as is.
Sigh, some people just have no fans. That's the world we live in.
And some people have far too many. Seems to balance out.