I use this for general gaming and watching movies/tv and youtube. This is a great build plays all games maxed out no problems, has potential for future upgrades!
There's no picture of the PSU, so it may be the new revision of the CX with which the branding on the sides comes in gray and black, instead of white and green, and are actually very decent PSUs that are of similar quality as the Seasonic S12II (which is what Antec's High Current Gamer is a rebrand of) which , in turn, makes them slightly better than EVGA's B2 PSUs.
Downvoted for stating facts? Real class you're showing, people. Wouldn't have expected more from a bunch of bandwagoners though.
Very clean AMD build, I like it!
Like the build a lot! The white and black parts create a very clean atmosphere. Would definitely suggest getting an SSD, at least for a boot drive and a couple games you play often. As well as a CPU Cooler along the likes of the Cryorig H7 or the Cooler Master 212 Evo.
Probably one of the best part choices value wise +1
Nice to see people making AMD a thing again.
I tell you guys what when I first got this pc I put a forum on pc part picker about what heat is ok, and this guy said I wasn't getting the right temps with whatever program I was using because they weren't right but I compared it to what he said to use and it was the same I was like you idiot. lol because my temps are amazing so idk why. I will eventually switch out to a cryorig h7, two more pieces of ram, and maybe an ssd
Nice clean team RED build! +1 I like it .... What upgrades are you looking at?
Well I just played Overwatch last night and I noticed the cpu cooler working harder then it ever had so I will probably get the Cryorig H7 first, then 2 more ram pieces and...... maybe some RGB LED's, I can't really think of anything else, I guess if I ever notice it getting slow I might add an SSD! But so far it boots in seconds.
Cool, awesome build..
Btw I have the Steelseries rival 300 and it is great!
I really like this build, especially your choice in RAM. Considering the FX 8320 supports up to 1866, you didn't bottleneck, which saved you a few bucks. One thing I feel you didn't achieve is full potential of the CPU and GPU. With the motheboard being a 970 chipset and GPU being 990+, you sacrificed a lot of speed for the price. I'd suggest getting a major upgrade on the motherboard to attest a 990 chipset.
I really wish I could've used HyperX Fury White's in my build.. Whole machine looks secksy :)
That graphics card is a beast. I've seen it able to pull 1440P in modern games no problem, with a few tweaks of overclocking. I almost bought it locally, and went with an RX 480 8GB instead. Solid AMD build, man. Good work.
um did you see his part selections? he does have a 390...
Sorry for being stupid. I saw the R9 290 in your parts list.I guess that i am a little bit blind. I didn't try to hate on you or make fun of you or anything like that I just made a mistake. I am really sorry.
No problem its ok.