RTX 3080Ti will def be more expensive
that is a given but no official price of it
here is the product link of the Thermalsiphon
thanks for the info
will you be going air cooler as well?
there is one possible cooler which i might consider that is the IceGiant ProSiphon Elite
it a huge tower cooler that is current TR4 socket use only but can cool up to 400W TDP
7 years warranty is def hard to beat
nvm you are going custom water loop.
nope no price listed just "Price on Advice" or Ask
i am really curious what are the temps for this 64 core beast?
do you think a huge air cooler like the Cooler Master Wraith Ripper be able to keep this beast cool?
Or i really have to go AIO?
I have bad experience with AIO that fried my PC coz the pump failed.
Thats an odd size for 1440P monitor.
You sure its just full HD only?
There should be no issues.
no its not
Why will a shop troll you of the RTX 3080 series?
I been to this shop. They sell tons of pc parts for years
5400 rpm HDD are terrible because your access time and loading time will be slow.
there is no way you can have a quiet HDD other than a dead drive
1TB SSD are priced reasonably
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updated build with bigger case and blu-ray drive
the PSU cost 878 bucks?!!!
the power adapter supplied has a max draw of 180 watts
the normal power draw should be lower than 180 watts
did you clear the CMOS after you upgrade the RAM?
take out the shiny watch battery on the mobo to clear the CMOS leave it empty for 30 seconds
then put it back and turn on the PC
if still cant boot up
try with one stick of RAM
i am running a somewhat similar specs of PC for my HTPC setup in the living room.
you can try some light weight linux distros for HTPC setup or just use Windows 10.
I also have a Core 2 Quad system just to play XP games
running games in a virtual machine is a pain in the butt and i cant get the full eXPerience
thats a dang good PC build you got there
as long it has HDMI output
Use the one in StaffMike buildlist
Maybe just buy 16GB first and run the PC and decide if you need more RAM.
Thats a shame. Can you RMA the mobo?
Use the GT710
Pick the first one.
Thats the NVME.
The second one is a M.2 SATA SSD
Constant overvolting and running hot do shortern the lifespan of the CPU.
Also other components like the VRM have to work hard as well.
Liquid nitrogen overclocking basically is killing the CPU. First with the extreme voltages and the heat shock from the extreme temperatures. So it not surprising to see the CPU after the overclocking contest are half dead or dead cpus.
I will be watching Birds of Prey as well. Not sure if you be watching too.
Report back once you are able to remove the drivers when using onboard.
I think there is a shop on the 6th floor of sim lim that does custom water cooling.
Maybe for GPU. None.
But PCIE 4.0 SSD are appearing.
I also out of ideas as well. Prob play around with the boot sequence. Disable any unused device
he clearly said this will be the dedicated streaming PC only
The Ryzen 3400G has onboard graphics and 4 cores and 8 treads to do the encoding
the PC is only taking the video feed from the Xbox and streaming the video feed via twitch, why does it need a GPU?
this is how it will be connected
Xbox ---> Elgato ----> TV
- > PC ----> Monitor
the PC will take in the video feed via USB 3.0 and you should be able to stream to twitch. you only need a 1080P monitor to see what you are streaming or recording
the 3400G has onboard GPU
make sure you have the latest drivers and BIOS
but from the looks of it.
the shutdown happens when the PC starts drawing high wattage from the PSU and the over-current protection kicks in.
run the PC without the side panels and set all fans to full blast. See if the PCs crashes in Unigine or Furmark. for testing CPU, you can use AIDA64
get ready a spare higher wattage PSU if you need to confirm about the PSU issue
to add on.
while the Ryzen 3000 series CPU supports PCI-E 4.0
B350, B450 and X470 boards which previously allowed PCI-E 4.0 to work on slot have the PCI-E 4.0 disabled with new BIOS revision with the AGESA 22.214.171.124 update.
i got a funny idea of how to fool your mates
put a door handle and hid the case in the TV cabinet
ppl will never expect a bar fridge be the PC
Heath Ledger's Joker made the most last impression of the Joker char.
I think it hard to topple his acting.
he did mentioned already 5K USD
it prob his main computer for his degree program so it should last 2 years
needs a monitor
the 5600XT is faster than the RTX 2060
most of the time the separate wifi adapter and the mobo in build wifi shares the same chip from Realtek or Broadcom
and because the mobo manufacturer buys the wifi chip in bulk. They can add the wifi to a board for almost no extra cost.
and you save a PCI-E slot if you go the mobo with wifi route
it as it says one of the SATA port will be disabled
some motherboard have limited bandwidth for all the devices so for example SATA ports get disable when you put a M.2 NVME drive.
try this program to uninstall the GPU drivers,
enable the Intel onboard graphics, disable the nVidia card and try to do the uninstall of the driver
reboot a few times, then use CCleaner to remove any unwanted files from the uninstall
then download the latest nVidia driver, then reboot with the display back to the GPU
to add on custom water cooling can be hard to maintain and i believed only one shop in Singapore carries the EK water cooling parts so the shop will charge high price for it.
keep it simple if you want the system to last long
3.5K is doable with the Ryzen 9 3900X, 32GB RAM, RTX 2080 Super something those line
you can add the same kit
or to be on the safe side
get the 4x8 GB kits
partlist is showing as private
so you currently have the Ryzen 2600X rig
the 2070 Super should be plenty for 1080P 240Hz gaming
i cant see any reason why it cant drive 144Hz
your only bottleneck here will be your screen unless you upgrade to 1440P 144Hz monitor
Sims literally can be played on a potato PC
so here is my take on the Potato killer PC
its a little over 300 dollars but the Athlon 3000G with 2 cores and 4 treads is plenty fast for Sims 4. I will be mind blown if the 3000G cant run Sims 4 at full details 1080P
500GB storage will be more than enough for her stuffs and if she needs more storage, she can add a HDD later down the road.
I used the B350 version of the board i have choosen. No frills and supports later CPU upgrades
I am using the CoolerMaster 212X cooler
bang for your buck cooler, dont really care about looks
Some of the CoolerMaster Air cooler have an all black look or RGB goodness and its able to cool even the Ryzen 9 16 cores CPUs