I'd like to see more build pictures instead of boxes. Just saying.
AIO coolers can operate at any angle fine. This is safe.
Looks good! I'd love to see more pictures of that case!
whoa buddy the gpu sag
nice build though, glad that white and red works +1
Dear lord MSI BIOSes are a mess. I tried to flash my MSI b450 board (also with a 2400g) to the latest version, but it turns out the BIOS file itself was broken, and I had to flash it back with the CPU-less flash option.
Ottmar Liebert sounds like Vince Guaraldi on a guitar! I don't usually like Latin music but this is an exception. Added to library, thanks!
I love Al Green and Art Blakey! As for Kaleo, it would help if I knew what language that was...
Gary BB Coleman is good, thanks for the recommendation.
Edit: Foy Vance is very Irish
u stay out of this mr. "i like xeons a lot"
Took a listen on Spotify, sounds great! Added to library
Well, just in general. Since Google has such control over the Chromium core, it's only a matter of time before DuckDuckGo results mysteriously start disappearing.
Quad Opteron build FTW
(and dual AX1600i)
12 or 16 cores are rumoured, and 6 core Ryzen 3s. If that's true then it's time for me to quit school and go get a job.
I would personally recommend going through the BIOS to overclock, I just like the control it gives me. My 2400g couldn't hit 4 GHz at that voltage, I have it at 1.400 V at that speed. My temps are a lot worse though, you may have some great silicon there. Just note that my CPU could not hit 4.1 GHz stable, and anything above 4.0 required overvolt protection disabled in the BIOS.
I'm more concerned about Google's censorship and politically-tuned search results myself...
Google is now in total control of the vast majority of the browser industry, between Chrome and the Chromium core. Even the Steam Browser is chromium. Luckily we still have Firefox.
Yes. I use internet explorer a lot. It has no security function whatsoever. I usually use Firefox, but when a website is broken I use IE to view it anyways.
That is, when I'm using windows. On linux, I always use firefox no matter what.
Great photos and amazing build. May just be a feature. +1
Sweet, wanted to see the XFX RX590. Thats a thicc card
Can confirm about the case. Stay away from Cooler Master, I have the Masterbox Lite 5 with 3 aftermarket intake fans and my radiator on exhaust with a high static pressure fan and temps are terrible for $70 in fans. Yet somehow with no airflow the dust just keeps piling up. Also the front panel gets scratched way too easily.
Why all those fans with a passive cooler? ...
Good looking build though. +1
Whoa man that GPU sag is a bit much.
Sweet! I'm gonna look that one up.
Memory Express here in the Great White North. Amazing prices.
What?! an 1155 mouse BIOS? Worth the price. I need one of those for my i7 2600 that's collecting dust
2147483.65GHz. I think I found der8auer
On the serious side, that looks great, but could seriously use some cable management. Also that paste was not totally necessary, it's not exactly the best stuff. It would be nice to see your setup!
Liquids can't be compressed, helium remains in a liquid state unless the temperature reaches absolute zero, which is effectively impossible as it would mean a total lack of energy. Helium is the only element known to do this.
Why don't people use a mercury loop? It would take more powerful pumps and one hell of a chiller, but the thermal conductivity is way better than water. And you won't encounter cold bugs.
I think liquid helium is preferred because it is a superfluid and never turns solid. Liquid hydrogen could be very cold but the potential for cooling is lower. Also it is flammable. Liquid helium is the primary coolant for ultra-cold (0.015 K) D-Wave quantum computers.
And, my MasterLiquid Lite 120 is cooling my 2400G fine, the 2600 doesn't generate drastically more heat because of its 12nm process.
Something like a Corsair H80 would do the trick
Stable, yes, but not cool. The 2600's stock cooler (Wraith Stealth iirc) is not good. Even a cheap 120mm AIO would do you a huge favour.
10GHz memclock?! I don't see a liquid helium lance
Oh and ASUS Maximus Formula motherboard with original sound card $25
i3 2120, $15 plus shipping if you want. I also have 4gb of DDR3 for $20, but my motherboard stopped working. Radeon HD 3870, $15 plus shipping. FireGL V7700 (same card) $15, Nvidia GTS 250 $15... DDR2 2x2gb $10. I live in Canada so I don't know what shipping will be but I can use Purolator or something. Also I have a bunch of hard drives if you want that I'll give to you to get rid of. Even better if you're in Vancouver too. Also I have an AM3 motherboard, Micro ATX for $10
However, it's up to the headphone software where the sounds are coming from. Since a lot of games support 2.0 channel output with a mix of both left and right simulating where the sound is (similar to virtual surround), I can't really see why you need virtual surround.
Well, they're not a bottleneck in any way, but a little overkill, as they are meant for constant read and write queues.
WD Golds are meant to last a long time without failure, for servers. Their initial cost is supposed to balance out the long-term replacement cost. I think they come with a 5 year warranty, under heavy server use.
Edit: also WD Blacks are really loud. Just saying, you might want to use headphones for your music if you go that route.
This looks good. One note, I have a MasterLiquid Lite cooler and I cannot vouch for them, you may want to look at something more expensive. Also, for gaming, you may want to look at more GPU at the CPU expense, for example a Vega 56 with a 2600X. Your PSU is slightly overkill, and although that is not a bad thing, you could save a sum of money there. Also, the OEM licenses are not transferable for Windows. Instead you should get a full key. My suggestions are outlined in this build.
I doubt the GPU will take that much power. You're probably fine if you don't overclock.
I was genuinely not expecting this. Amazing part choice, very well done. I may try to recreate this.
Well, it's a 2005 build, and modern Linux would defeat the point. To get the full 2005 Linux experience, Ubuntu 5 should be required.
Um... the R5 220 is worse than the integrated graphics.
That should work great. SSDs (except Optane) are all compatible with anything.
Just turn them back up in the BIOS. Updates should reset RAM speeds otherwise unstable overclocks would stay if you cleared the CMOS. Some people take a photo of their settings before BIOS updates so they can set everything back after.
For streaming, I recommend this DAC. It's $75 USD, and will provide good enough sound- far superior to any onboard chipset, though a little pricey. The main advantage of X470 is Crossfire and SLI support, and I believe a few extra SATA and USB lanes. B450 is enough for me (I don't even use one GPU, let alone two, I'm using a 2400g). I love the MSI BIOS, and currently have a B450 GAMING PLUS. It's doing great under my heavy overclocks, and I think is sufficient. If there's a small price difference or you like the aesthetics, absolutely go X470 but I think B450 is enough.
That sounds like something to do with the GPU, the CPU overclocks should be fine. Sounds a lot like my GTS 250, when it would go into 2D graphics mode whenever it decided to. I recommend uninstalling the NVIDIA drivers. Then go into Device Manager (right click on the start button and it should be there), go to Display Adapters, and if your GPU is still listed there, click on it and in the top menu, click Uninstall Device. When it asks you if you want to delete them, click Yes. Then restart your PC, and reinstall the official NVIDIA drivers (nothing that isn't from NVIDIA itself), and restart again. See if that helps :)
Nvidia would then be left with a bunch of angry companies wondering why their monitors were $300 more than the AMD competition and demanding money for pulling that off. Though Nvidia could switch to both standard DisplayPort adaptive sync and G-Sync, and they would then have both Freesync and G-Sync monitors available.
I have a B450 motherboard and DDR4-3200 by Team. The RAM runs not only at full speed but at 3333, all settings to AUTO except frequency. I don't think you have anything to worry about. Popular motherboard, popular CPU, good chance it will work. If all goes to hell, you can seek help at modifying the timings and voltage to get to the frequency required. Your GPU should be great at 1080p for streaming those games at max settings.
Can I see your system specs, namely your CPU, GPU and monitor? Are you overclocked at all? I assume your monitor is connected with DisplayPort if G-Sync is on. Make sure VSync is off. 20fps is below the range of adaptive sync. What resolution? If it's 4K then it's probably best to turn SSAA off. Turn off GPU overclocks, I know sometimes NVIDIA cards automatically go into 2d mode if they get too hot (not sure about 10 series). Try going to Device Manager, and go to Display Adapters and see if your card is "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter." If it is, reinstall the drivers.
Little late, but you can make the second build list in another saved part list, and add that part list as a custom part to the first list.