Actually, in USD it's only about $4650 . . . still tho
With a longer description it would have feature potential...
That looks quite clean, +1.
I like how the description was all one sentence.
Yeah, pfff. If it doesn't cost more than the house then it's not worth it.
Look at the comment above yours... lol
I am a very special kind of stupid, I forgot to turn off the compatibility filter. Hide under a rock time.
Gaming performance from the 9700K to the 9900K is marginal, especially if you are not going all out in the GPU department. I would take the 9700K.
If you're going to belittle me, we're done. Thank you for your suggestions.
I'm not saying that the G5400 is faster, and I know that most CPU's will have integrated graphics of some sort. I'm saying that it would make more sense to budget money in the CPU department towards more CPU power, and not pay extra for APU performance.
I like how you are such a god that the build is pending moderation and it still has 8 upvotes and 8 comments (counting this one). PLEASE feature because this dude is just epic.
Why the APU with a discrete GPU? Wouldn't it make more sense to get a CPU with more power and not powerful integrated graphics?
It will be 1080p60.
You should probably reply to his comment so that it shows up to him, not me lol...
You can control it from the BIOS. There is a guide that I think will help here.
Well, if the fans aren't getting loud then I'd try adjusting the fan curve. You might try using the BIOS to control the fans instead of whatever software you're using if the software won't play nice with the 2060.
The GPU looks like it's right up against the side window. Try taking off the window and running a benchmark to see if that's the problem. If so, then you'll either have to keep it running without the side window or horizontally mount the GPU. Great build, though!
I'd go with the Aorus for a couple of reasons.
That's a pretty big case, and it looks strange when there's a smaller motherboard in it.
Another thing is that it comes with an M.2 heatsink. Although that particular drive shouldn't get too hot, that should keep it frosty cool AND look better than a big ol' WD sticker staring you in the face.
A side note - great build, but I hope you're planning to add some fans...?
I'd help if you posted temps in Celsius, I'm 'Merican but that's just what everybody uses. Translated, for anybody reading this, he said it would usually be about 50-55 C but it is hitting 70 C.
Connecting the GPU fans to the motherboard probably would not help.
I'd say that the problem is probably that either your fan curve is too quiet or your case is not ventilated enough. Can you post a part list?
Hope this helps.
Huh boy... check back again... I was halfway through the list and at $13,000 USD...
Saw that too :)
For some reason, I read that as 1920 x 900... that explains it lol.
Why the lower resolution monitors?
Best soft-tube I've ever seen... most people won't make the tubes that tight, which is the main aesthetic difference between soft and hard tubing IMO. Super nice build, obviously.
Built 4/20 guaranteed extra frames.