Look at pictures?
What are the temps like, specifically the GPU? I used to have a similar build (8700K in the S340 Elite with X62 as intake) and my GPU would routinely spike up to 81C or higher, which really pissed me off.
Where are the intake fans?
All we get is one picture?
Ryzen does a hell of a lot more than 60hz at 1440p with a 2080.
All three versions of the card have been in stock on Newegg for about a day now.
One picture is all we get?
So where are the pics of the actual build?
Where are the custom PSU cables?
This should be the current feature build, not some generic Meshify C build that doesn't even have custom cables.
Photo? We saw her holding the damn thing. And Lisa Su herself confirmed there will be more than eight cores on some of the chips in her Q&A after the keynote.
Radeon VII was meh at best, basically a 1080 Ti nearly three years later. Not enough Zen 2 stuff given to form an opinion other than it's all but confirmed the 8 core chip they showed will definitely not be their flagship CPU for this generation, we're very likely to see a Ryzen 7/9 with 12/16 cores for the upcoming launch.
Okay? This is old news.
I voted for him because I liked him more than Hillary and I'm far more of a conservative than a liberal. That being said, I can't stand all the garbage he spews on Twitter and how he makes a fool of himself with a lot he says to the media, however, I stand behind him on his firm stance on immigration and a few other issues. My dad thinks he can do no wrong, my mom thinks he can do no right, and I'm more in the middle.
Wait until the 14th when reviews start coming out for the cards.
AMD isn't going to be announcing any specific products tomorrow especially not going over any exact specifications. They'll just be more or less giving us a teaser of upcoming products and likely an updated roadmap for the next few years.
Heck if they can do 4.5-4.7GHz all core I'd be excited.
Mods can you please remove this build from the site? I was browsing at work and cable management **** isn't SFW.
Wish they would go back to build advice and build guide videos, I miss those.
All those cables... yikes. Must have been a pain in the *** to manage all that.
Then at least put a different Corsair SPEC case in your part list instead of a Meshify C.
Thank you for the pictures, I am building my new PC right now and have that same exact desk from IKEA. Was always curious how tight of a fit two monitors would be on it. I have just one 27" monitor for now but may add a second later on, looks like I'll definitely have to use a VESA mount of some kind and have it leaning over the left side a bit but oh well.
Going the extra mile and then some... +1 to you sir and congrats on the feature.
Mini ITX in a mid tower, OMEGALUL
You should cut some of the plastic out of the mesh piece so it's not bulging out like that with the fans mounted on the outside. Look bad and not good to have it pressing directly against the fans like that.
Or just mount the 240mm AIO you bought up top, there's more than enough room with a Ryzen build due to where the DIMMs are placed on the motherboard, unlike Intel where the RAM might interfere with the radiator/fans.
Thank you, I may do that with mine. Right now I have the HDD cage right up against the fan to fill in the space for a cleaner look than just having a huge space there but I may look into cutting the panel instead like you did, would look even cleaner than the HDD cage.
What did you use to cut it?
Did you just cut the removable PSU shroud panel to make it fit the 120mm fan on the bottom or did you do something else? Building my in the Meshify currently and can't decide what I should do with that area to fit my bottom fan.
Wrong case in your parts list...
Yikes, you paid way too much for many of those components.
What kind of temps are you getting with the CPU and GPU while stress testing and/or gaming?
You could use some intake fans...
Wrong case in your Part List.
Not enough RGB for an RGB build.
No added RGB fans, not an RGB AIO, not an RGB GPU, and no RGB on the motherboard.
Show some pictures of the back of the PC, curious how you managed the mass amount of cables.
How effective is that Deepcool CAPTAIN? I bought the RGB one for my 2700X build I'll be putting together in a couple weeks, setup as top exhaust just like yours.
Also, does that fan hub just plug into a fan header on the motherboard and controls all of them? Or is there something else to it?
I'd go with the 27" version of that monitor for 1440p, it was just $350 on Black Friday at Best Buy and goes on sale somewhat frequently.
By all accounts the Asus PG279Q is one of the best, if not the best 1440p monitor out there so I'd go with that or any of the other brand equivalents. I just bought the PG279Q from Micro Center on Black Friday.
For the non-k version of the 8th gen i7 I wouldn't worry about a 240mm or 280mm radiator, not needed. A decent air cooler or 120mm AIO would be fine. I'd suggest buying a couple 140mm fans and sticking them in front for intake and use the stock fans for exhaust.
Any mouse is fine for that dead game.
So you have a 1080p G-Sync UW monitor? Yeah, you're gonna want a 1070 Ti or higher. 1080 Ti stock is gone and even a 1080 is hard to come by now. I'd go with either a 1070 Ti or a 2070. To be blunt, even a 2080 Ti wouldn't necessarily get you consistent 200fps on a 1080p UW depending on the game, but whatever you're willing to spend really.
The MSI Gaming X RX 580 has some LEDs on it. Good luck finding one for a decent price though, haven't seen any of them in stock for a reasonable price in at least nine months now.
Because NVMe isn't noticeable in most average day tasks...
What are your CPU and GPU temps like under load in that case?
I'll likely be removing it, have no plans at this time to add any HDDs with how little storage I really use.
I've been buying parts for a similar build but can't decide between the H500 and the Meshify C. What kind of CPU and GPU temps are you getting with that Kraken X62 as intake? I had a bad experience with the S340 Elite with a previousbuild and GPU temps were getting 81C or hotter all the time.