I would not do 4k gaming on an RX 580
Why do you want the asus motherboard? Sometimes you have to go with other brands because you get the same specs on the board for way less money.
This build will definitely improve performance and lower the cost.
Is a 580 8 GB equivalent to a 1070, am i right?
An a 480 is equivalent to a 1060, am i right?
To be honest isn't 4 cores stretching it? I mean it might bottleneck it.
Nice title. XD
well ok then
Wow love the gpu riser. +1 rgb
Wow keep up that great work! I never knew you guys did this!
is 32 gb enough? or 64?
you can save the case you have right now if you want
gimmie a few minutes
get a cheaper case, and mother board.
you can get RGB led lights on amazon btw
also maybe get a ssd instead of mechanical drive, unless you are going to need more storage
i would look pretty dam ugly
I mean i could do that
I mean I said to him around 300$.... ish
it looks newer then
The temps are probably crap
Would not recommend the smaller Video card they over heat... I melted mine
yeah... This guy has to beat 1 petabyte
But, Can it run crisis ?
Oh and btw i am going to maybe buy this build in july or june or august
I am going to make changes according to price and other stuff
Why a more expensive power supply? And i just realized my GPU price went up.
In my head "URG" WHY BITCOIN MINERS AND CRYPTOCURRENCEY?!?!
I am going to overclock and when i get this pc i plan to play games like fortnite Ark survival ect.
Or i might not even overclock at all it depends
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Budget? Do you need Peripherals? Also get a cheaper hard drive like the Seagate - Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
wow nice woodworking +1
you can get such a cheaper mouse
i will probably
my uncle said i should go with 16 gigs so i did, but i might change it to 8 gigs
I am going to buy (it) in the summer and probably going to change it for cheaper stuff when ram goes down I hope
heh the AMD - Athlon X4 950 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor just sold out
yeah i guess
i mean the SSD