I don't know about you, but I'd rather focus on getting better hardware instead of aesthetics. You can do aesthetics whenever, just get the best gaming equipment you can so you can enjoy the platform to the largest extent you can. With the money you could've saved on not getting a 240ml AIO for an Athlon, or a $140 spec omega, or RGB fans and Ram, you probably could've gotten a ryzen 5, along with an RX580 or 1060. Those would have really helped your performance, and then if you wanted, you could've focused on aesthetics later.
No, I didn't see that until right now, haha. Was talking about 3rd one.
How dare you criticize someone's pc that way. It isn't vintage, its his and it is not your place to judge someone's build like that.
that psu is getting awfully close
woah jesus what do you edit?
are you rendering 8k? wow dude thats an insane build
woah that rear cable managment, clean that up or your back panel will warp
Upgrade to rx580 when you get the money. $200 and an insane performer for that price. The i3-8100 might bottleneck it a little but it'll be a great upgrade and better than a 1050ti in price/performance value.
you look like linus
You can run csgo on almost anything, 144fps isn't that hard to achieve either. A 1060 should do just fine. An rx580 would do better for the price though.
its uncle scott
hey saucy boy its almost 2019 hows it going
Is that liquid cooling?
Great build, but the ornata is a scam. Like $100 for an RGB membrane keyboard with a clicker.
You spent way too much money. You got a tiny ssd, no space for any other games or anything. Fortnite isn't the only game in the world and it'll probably die or get repetitive to him. That b450 mobo is complete overkill, you can get one for $60. You only needed 8gb of ram and you for SURE didn't need rgb. For a ryzen 3 build, this is insane. You shouldn't have spent so much extra on the mobo and ram and should've put it towards a better storage device and possibly you could get a graphics card. For the amount you spent, you could have gotten a ryzen 5 2400g. Which would have gotten you way better performance. Either way, we need more younger people interested in tech like yourself so congrats on your first build either way. We all start somewhere.
That is a windforce OC 1080, you have an EVGA listed. What?
and probably cpu.
Wrong GPU. That is an ASUS Rog 1080ti.
The Motherboard is wrong. The actual motherboard is an ASUS ROG Board.
The case you put has a shroud. This one doesn't.
That's not a 700w psu.
Hmm. This seems a little fishy.
Also that board is z370.
This is 7th gen.
8800gts would do fine
Delid for sure. You can hit 5ghz and keep thermals 60-65 I'd guess. But that cooler will struggle. Delidding it will help for sure though. There are services such as Silicon Lottery that will delid for you if you don't know how or don't want to.
I wish noctua would change their color scheme. Amazing fans though.
My dad when I was planning on my first pc said an SSD was a waste. Ended up getting 120gb for OS. (my budget was maxed, I couldn't spend anymore and relied on my dad)
you can't get employed at 13.
I had a gts 250 for my first build when I was 13 and in 8th grade. And that was last year.
What voltage are you running at 4.8 ghz
Maybe budget for him. Budget for linustechtips is a 1080ti.
Rx580 8gb is really cheap. There is one on newegg right now that I would snatch up for $220.
You could resell the 8700k. Maybe OC it and then sell. But then you can get in i5 or something and sell your 1050ti and use the combined money for a 1060 6gb or rx580 8gb. Just an idea.
Definitely consider an ssd. Also, maybe save up for an rx580. I'd say thats a good upgrade for your cpu/memory configuration.