A pretty affordable yet quite powerful build I have successfully put together. Works great so far. Let me know what you think!
Cable Management = Non Existant
its a pretty sensible build. plenty of cpu horsepower and a good gpu, id personally throw in a fan for exhaust behind the cpu cooler (120mm fan, gets the hot air away from the cpu) but its a perfectly functional build. id probably tuck the wires away a little bit with cable management, but it wont hurt anything as is. nice build :)
Sounds like a good idea. Appreciate the feedback!
just wondering though. before i was looking at this on a phone and it looks like you have an exhaust fan in that photo. if you have 1 that is enough, another wont hurt but 1 exhaust fan is fine.
That's a nice, powerful build you've made! You gotta tidy up that nest of cables mate; A sleek, windowed RGB build like yours deserves some final TLC. It's like dressing up for a wedding but neglecting the haircut and the shave!
Will do, thanks for the feedback mate
Can you stream with 60fps
Yes, or at least I'm pretty sure I can. Haven't tried it on this yet, but my previous PC could do it, so I can only assume
Great specs, but clean up those cables!
Done. Also added more fans :)
It.... it's beautiful... You have my respect.
How does it run destiny 2?
Im looking for higher fps since I only have 23 fps Normally
What resolution do you play in getting that?
Is this pc compatible enough so you could make upgrades later?
Yes, you can make upgrades in it. All you'd have to keep in mind is that the motherboard and CPU use the AM4 socket.
Pretty good. Can this run fortnite, pubg, mordhau and Tabs?? Plus more? Maybe like madden
I don't play any of those games but I'm almost certain that it could. It seems to have no issue running Overwatch in ultra settings at 85 fps.
How is the RAM working for you? G-Skill made those for Intel-based platforms and I'm curious if it's any different for Ryzen builds.
I haven't had any problems with it so far
The ram works fantastic
How much (if any) bottle necks have you come across? Planning a similar build.
No issues yet