Okay, I did not read that, sorry. I would really wait for the 1070 if you want to save a lot of money right off the bat and in the long run in terms of power consumption.
What country do you live in?
And the 1070? Where is it?
Man, this build is so sick! I am voting for you right away. The build is at computex, right?
Nice build Josh, im curious about computer science more than your build though. Is the main subject programming or other thing? What needed to be the strongest performer in your build for that type of application? Thanks for answering and enjoy your build!
You got to send your setup and PC to Tech Source to get featured in both setup wars and PC wars, you are sure going to make it to an episode. Awesome job!
Nice, did the installer installed a 64 bit version? Because I have just got a 32 bit version even though I have 16gb of RAM.
Thank you so much. I found out that python does not install a package with support for 64 bits so maybe in python RAM is not that much of a problem. But thank you.
Yeah, what language, IDEs and all that dev stuff are you using? I'm learning Python and I'm planning a build with very similar components so I want to know what resources coding use more, whether it is more CPU intensive or memory intensive, or maybe even it can utilize the GPU. I appreciate your response very much. Thanks.
Sure, it is the ultimate haswell-e overclocking video, minute 6:50.
Idle temps are great but I would leave it there because under load thats quite hot, especially for a system you want to keep up and running for a long time. Linus tech tips specifies that the latest versions of prime95 could potentially dammage your hardware due to extra power delivery or something related to that.
Thank you. Have you overclocked the graphics card? That windforce cooler is outsanding, you'll have a good time overclocking that beast.
Alright, I didn't know it does that well. But just krank up the voltage and the cooler is going to be the limiting factor, in talking higher than 1.48 volts. The youtuber Jayz two cents did a video talking about push pull and he says the air resistance is the same and that there's no difference between push and pull. Thanks for the info.
Nice build dude! Im 15 too and looking forward to put a very similar build together. What are your temperatures? Skylake seems to have more of a temperature limit than a voltage limit, so that means as far as your cooler and temperatures are fine, you're going to be able to overclock that processor as far as your cooler supports it. That's actually a very good thing because your motherboard and power supply are excellent choices and they will provide best-in-class OC. Your cooler is also exceptional but I think that is going to be the limiting factor to your OC. Hope you hit me back and happy over clocking man!
Thank you very much.
Oh, yeah The Withcer 3 is a very demanding title. So that's cool.
Sorry, I forgot, is that the only monitor you are running? Cause it seems a little over killed, two 980's, don't you think? And did you use the Linus tech tips method to paint your motherboard or did you do it in an other way? Thanks a lot.
Thanks, I appreciate your response. Are all water cooling components EK?
Oh boy, what a build! This looks absolutely awsome! So, what color are you using on your CPU loop? Is it red or blue? Either way it looks freaking gorgeous. Is that a chipset water block? If it is, did you run the system without the chipset block? If you did, was it a big boost in overclocking or overall temperatures of the system? Hope you answer and congratulations, it's really an awesome PC.
Oh that's great! Well yeah, that could explain it haha. Thanks man!
Gorgeous pc man! But I am just wondering if your thermals are any good because of the wood. I hope you answer this. Congrats for your awesome pc!