Thanks for the suggestions
Ok then, tell the staff to change it.
The i5 8600k is much better for gaming than the i7 8700k, while the i7 averages about 10 more fps, for 100 to 150 more dollars it's not worth it, especially when this is a gaming build not a video editing, graphics designing build
It (was) the highest end i5 processor, and for gaming it is much better.
It is def better and has more clearance for ram too.
Yes, that's what im doing.
I know, I was just joking
Why are there so many comments relating to "Can it play Fortnite, Rainbow Six, GTAV, PUBG" at "Insert high fps" questions?
It lists it on there
Why are there so many of these comments, but, yes you can, though for six siege you have to turn it down to high
Just go watch a guide on how to build a pc on youtube.
Sure, I don't see why not, other than the k version being slightly better than the non k version even without overclocking.
I believe it is ok for right now, a good way to tell how many watts you need for a build is to look at the average estimated wattage, and add 200 to it, get a psu that is that number.
So for this build you could use the psu you mentioned, though if you wanted you could get a 700 watt one.
Good luck with your build.
If you have the budget, and you have a good reason to, sure.
Yes, air cooling can work with any build really, you will just have somewhat higher temps.
Do get extra fans, but don't go crazy, research how many fans your case needs, don't go overkill.
Most important part is always "research, research, research"
yeah I guess it works
Hi, so first of all, what is your budget.
Though the i7-8700K is definitely nice, for those tasks you mentioned, I would recommend either an i9 or an AMD threadripper, but the i7 would work too.
You ALWAYS need a cpu cooler, and no, the chip you mentioned does not come with one. I would also recommend keeping the gpu as it is.
I also recommend that you should invest in a ssd for your tasks.
The motherboard does come with wifi, bluetooth is somewhat different, but nowadays, you should stick with ethernet, though you should get a somewhat higher end motherboard.
A case I would recommend is the Phanteks - Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case https://pcpartpicker.com/product/TXCwrH/phanteks-case-phes614pcbk.
Good luck with your build
Don't think so, go ahead