I'm sure you can
I think I can decide for myself if I made the right choice or not for the CPU, thanks. My CPU is running at maximum performance with zero thermal throttling and the temps never reach 80*c.
Would you be so kind as to point out where I'm having this temperature problem? Cause I don't believe I mentioned anything.
I don't have a temperature problem.
I don't settle for minuscule improvements. Ryzen 5 3600 will be a complete waste of money. Buying a new cooler will be a waste of money. Buying an Intel processor AND a new motherboard is a complete waste of money.
Sorry I don't have 1 million dollars to throw around man
It's meant to be internal. It sits on the top. At least, it would if the tophat I bought wasn't broken
There aren't really any better for 47mm max height. And I'm not using the Cryorig C7 Cu anymore
It's F4-3200C16-16GTZR which is running at exactly 3200mhz stable with CAS timings of 14-17-18-18-35-55 w/ CR 1T.
Update: I even managed to run my RAM at 3200mhz CAS 14
Modified the RAM? What do you mean?
Yes, I'm running at 3200mhz no problems at CL16
Definitely. C7 Cu fan would've made the system sound like a jet engine as there would be 1mm clearance between fan and the side panel so no room for air to breathe/move
Will buy a 1440p or 4K monitor soon :) Can also take advantage of DSR (Dynamic Super Resolution)
Yeah it actually works really well
Yeah I got it straight from Cryorig in Taipei :)
Video card never exceeds 70*c
It's not so much, and the non RGB RAM cost more than the memory with RGB. The Asus ROG Strix motherboard is the only X470 mini ITX motherboard in existence. Also with no LEDs it would look like the system is dead.
$422 is too much, I can only afford $395 of storage max. To alleviate costs I was thinking of utilizing StoreMI on at least 2 drives.
What about for video editing?
With 5400RPM drives the data can still technically run off the NVMe SSD via StoreMI.
What would you suggest then?
I doubt it
It's quite obvious he was referring to 8700K
Losing framerate is not optimal....
Match RGB? Lmao
Video card: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/gwJkcf/evga-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-11gb-sc-black-edition-video-card-11g-p4-6393-kr ($929 USD)
You'll be able to get a larger hard drive
8GB RAM is sufficient for 4K video editing??? I really, really doubt that
I don't think 16GB RAM is enough for video editing...
Also I wanted special thermal compound lol
What are your thoughts on this revised part list?
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Oh my bad haha
Is there anything else you would suggest other than the Zotac AIB variant?
But the video card doesn't really boost much above the reference clocks at all and stays at 1650-1700mhz instead of 1900-2000+mhz on the EVGA variant.
Do you really think it's worth getting the Zotac over the EVGA?
hmm okay then
I just would've thought the extra flex from paracord would make things easier