you can reduce hdd to 500gb if the extra 17 dollars is a real problem.
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if you also want some production value in your cpu you should consider switching to ryzen
press the pcpartpicker icon above your partlist to create a nice formatted list that you can copy paste onto forums, don't have to go through all of the pain of writing manually. if you are going 1080p then something thats 900 dollars could easily kick ***. you're only doing gaming so you don't really need the 1600x, you could slightly downgrade your graphics card, and get a smaller ssd and a 1tb hdd and you'd probably be able to cut off a lot of money.
why that unbalanced gpu/cpu combo?
1080 is just fine!
i need a no a cheap comment, please help.
AMD is legit kicking the *** out of intel right now. the only thing intel has on AMD is its G4560. To be honest, if the refresh rate of the monitor he's getting is below 100Hz it might not even matter which cpu he gets with the GTX 1080ti. the 1070 is already satisfactory with 1440p, so he's going to get well over 60fps with the 1080ti, might not even see the extra frames with anything below 100Hz. It'd be a cheaper better solution if he went with any of the Ryzen equivalents of i7.
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Motherboard is honestly fine! Will work perfect with windows 10! (it might not if you get it used off of someone who bought it before the release of windows 10.)
May I ask why he doesn't want to go Ryzen?
What resolution is your friend's monitor?
1tb ssd? thats pretty hot
its not that great at video editing, processing, cpu heavy games.. etc.
the fx series are the lineup of processors that were meant to be successors to amd's athlon and phenoms, and try to combat some of intel's cpu's at that time. they gave intel some competition, fx series usage died out, and now most people use ryzen if they choose to buy amd :p
the fx series in general overheats very easily, its warmth made itself a meme, :p. its clockspeed and classification as a 8 core def improves the fps in games, but there's a reason why its half the price of the 7600k, and that's because of its dysfunction in production and lower fps boosts. (4-5 fps compared to the g4560, with only 800 aud budget i can probably assume the screen you own is 1080p at 60Hz, so with that 1050ti the extra 4-5 fps would be a minimal increase that you wouldn't notice.)
they don't get a notification if you don't directly respond to your message, because if you comment in your own thread it counts as another suggestion to your own question.
the pentium g4560 has 2 threads 2 cores, so it basically acts the same as your average four core. it's also more recent and it's (somewhat) relevant to the lesser i5's, including the 7400!
"Some Intel H110 chipset motherboards may need a BIOS update prior to using Kaby Lake-S CPUs. Upgrading the BIOS may require a different CPU that is supported by older BIOS revisions." if you go to your local hardware electronics shop you'll be able to flash your mobo for 20 bucks. the mobo might already be shipped with a bios flash, or it might not work :p
the cpu will burn down your house with the 212 evo while giving you a 4 fps boost
the motherboard is as old as the local grocery store
your ram is in the lower end range of the lower end range
and oh my god the g4560 is 20 euro more expensive than it should be :p
if you have the extra money to buy a low tier ryzen 5 it might be worth it if only for the production value, in example, if you wanted to do video editing, processing, rendering, and/or playing cpu heavy games along with your average genres, then i'd suggest getting the ryzen 5. but if you plan to only do gaming, then the pentium would do.
very low wattage take in and will fit in virtually all cases. decent graphics card, may want to buy a used ssd to go along with that hdd.
this, i second this.
very sketchy site, and it needs you to log in. It wouldn't take too long to do it yourself, five minutes of your time :p
replace with the best 1050 ti you can find :p
nah cryptocurrency craze inflated the rx cards now they sell at $300 or more :p
all need is $20 4 psu l0l /s (yes)
wait 4 next month
RX 580 > RX 480 = GTX 1060 >>> RX 470 > GTX 1050 Ti > RX 460
it's in between the 460, and 470, even with the new series of rx 500 cards that's still the case :p
the g4560 has a stock cooler that comes with it. case comes with a few fans too :p with the extra 20 bucks you have i'd either invest more in the case, and you can get a cheaper 560 to get some case fans or rgb.
overwatch is not graphics intensive at all lol
build is pretty fine, i don't know if you realized but gpu price is unlisted.
video editing, streaming, programming.. etc.
pretty solid, if you ever get into heavy production needs i'd recommend you switch to ryzen.
for the programs you're gonna gonna test and use though
but if you're not gonna push it to the very limit, the 7700k is the rounded sweet spot :p
you might want a ryzen for that, for the extra cores and threads.
everything else is pretty much fine!
-power supply a bit overkill
-a ryzen 1600x or 1700 would be MUCH better than that 7700k
-might want to get a smaller ssd and a bigger hdd if you value LOTS of storage over 10x faster storage. (or vice versa bigger ssd smaller hdd
what are you using the pc for?
what resolution is your monitor?
i think he wasn't actually serious as you think he was
but if you were trying to be sarcastic, you dropped this! /s
the r5 1600 will take less of a hit if you are multitasking than the 7700k, but the 7700k will one up the r5 1600 slightly in raw performance, though.
might aswell take into consideration the price for xbox live account and put another 30 dollars into cpu and 30 dollars into RAM.
anything, 4000 dollars is a very big amount, you can literally buy anything you'd like with $150 left over.
yes it will work
absolute beast for games, you may want a ryzen for multitasking.
beddah and battlestar have some pretty nice builds you may want to check out.
ram is terrible, cpu and motherboard need an upgrade too. i'd recommend grabbing a ryzen 1600/1700, the best price to performance ratio am4 motherboard you can find on the market, and any cheap 16gb kit of ram that's at least 2400 memory speed.
it's a great deal!
"Dell Stock Cooler" is probably the cpus stock cooler, not dells
put in another 500 gb hdd along with the 4gb RAM and 1050 and it'll be a ps4 but cheaper
minecraft is not heavy at all, just get
GTX 1050 ti
DDR4 8 GB RAM minimum
and you should be set for 144fps gameplay with explosions around you and be able to play any other game should you decide to expand into other genres.
don't install any coolants, you'll get your electric bills payed, and you won't have a need to pay heat bills!
split budget in half
use synchronize software so it acts like a double monitor single pc
but this build is pretty solid, could save some money by buying used, or getting an inactivated version of windows from microsoft website.
your case's color is "gunmetal", and it has a tint of green so it's assuming that gunmetal is green and not all guns are green therefore it's racist.
there is always a way to fit something into something else!
just a few questions
-what country do you live in?
i think you'd be able to downgrade the psu, get an inactivated version of windows on microsoft website (or pay less for the 64 bit version), and go for a 1TB hard drive and upgrade to 2TB or SSD later.
(if you wanted you'd also be able to cut corners on the cpu by going 1400 and overclocking that 1400 to match 1500x, but i didn't include it in the list because it would have a major impact on performance.)
unplug power outlet and press the power button a couple times to discharge.
plug and unplug all of the cables that are connected to your moniter, check if you're missing any power supply connections, or mismatched connections, plug your power outlet back in, and see if it turns on correctly.
if it doesn't you may want to go on to another computer and check compatibility of all parts manually.
i would rather just overclock the 1400 to 1 up its intel counterparts than pay the premium to overclock those intel cpus.
didn't think much about the psu, it works and it won't explode. + full modular psu's are a bit expensive, and i wanted to stay in the midrange of their budget.
you would probably be better off with a 16 gb kit of RAM in the future, and a newer generation gpu like the gtx 1060 that will have longer lasting driver support, newer technologies, and be better + cheaper.