Yes but the 200mm is an sp fan without much airflow, anyway what would u suggest for a 120-140mm fan?
I agree plus in benchmarks the msi runs cooler than the evga cards
ITS SO PRETTY!!!!!
So gaming has been proven in many studies to increase overall brain function. From strategy, teamwork building and fast paced decision making. Also know to increase reflex speed.
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/kKYXsY/aoc-monitor-i2269vw something like this would be better
the build is great...... the monitor is horrible.... what is your budget?
ill look at that one too thx
is there another option that u would suggest I'm open to a hdd ssd combo
agreed cable management will be tricky without a semi/full psu
that would cost me $85 vs $120 for full ssd
mainly gaming and web browsing. another option I had considered was getting a 250gb ssd and a
320gb WD blue hdd
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here is a build on the top of your budget with OS http://pcpartpicker.com/list/Ppk8Z8
and really your going to down vote me over different opinions?
i disagree about cross fire i think you should always go with a single more powerful gpu rather than 2 but thats just my opinion.
also does he need the extra power of a 6600k?
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/yqHrGf try this, got rid of thermal paste and cpu cooler the i5 6500 comes with those.
changed motherboard to a cheaper one , no need to go itx. Changed memory to a cheaper model. got a faster ssd,
changed gpu to a gtx 1060 which outperforms the rx 480. got a better case for less money, got a much more reliable psu with a 7 yr warranty for $14 more
ok thanks for the info :)
if you want a great cheap case get the NZXT s340 for around $60
So the lower the numbers 15-15-15 the better the ram? Also I have an h170 mobo so only supports up to 2133
get the https://pcpartpicker.com/product/qYTrxr/evga-power-supply-220g20550y1 instead
if i was you i would get a 650w psu like the https://pcpartpicker.com/product/h3FXsY/evga-power-supply-220gs0650v1
no build link
that is great for a $700 build, only problem is you will run out of space fast with only 240gb ssd
I was kind of leaning towards the g602 since its wireless
and I don't like the idea of the metaly scroll wheel
Gtx 1060 6gb or rx480 8 gb
Already got those two parts, got mobo on sale for 80
change the psu to an evga 550w g2 its more expensive but is more relliable
agreed if you want to play at 1080p grab a
titan x is a little over kill for that moniter you could go for a new gtx 1080 but if you think you will upgrade to 4k than that build if good.
the 250gb will run out quickly i suggest picking up a WD 1tb hdd for around $40
http://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/Ygmkf8 if you stretch you buget a tiny bit you could get a great 1440p build
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/cjgt3F i would recommend this build instead
i would change the case to the PHanteks Enthoo pro for around $80 its bigger and will have more space for your gpu
AOC G2460PG 24.0" 144Hz Monitor for 1080p
or the Asus PB278Q 27.0" 60Hz for 1440p
yes i saw that too, that video was on the rx 480 windforce edition, i am talking about the gtx 1070 G1 gaming..... search that on youtube and you will see that it is a great card
you need at least a 650w psi for that build..... 430 is WAY to low
Also if u are getting a 1070 it will be overkill for that 1080p monitor. Etheir get a 1440p or 1080p 144Hz
For the 1070 right now I would get the EVGA Black Edition on sale at Newegg for $390 with promo. If you don't like that one or have more money to spend then get the gigabyte G1 gaming for around $420. Really it's down to personal preference but any model should serve you well
i take that back go for the asus it has great audio and OC GET THE ASUS!!
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http://pcpartpicker.com/list/TcFJyf would suggest this
any of those motherboards will serve you fine, the thing to remember is that people are more likely to post a review if something goes wrong vs if everything works great. also the asus mobo link doesn't work so i cant say if that one is good or not
change the cpu cooler to a corsair h60 liquid cooler for better OC, also change the psu to a evga 650 g2 (more wattage, quieter, more reliable.) other than that it looks good to me. :)
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/WVbshq try this, changed water cooler to a better one, changed motherboard to an atx size( more options vs itx). you dont need 32gb of ram 16 will last you a while. added a ssd for windows. charged from the cheap case to a better one for less money. changed psu to a more reliable model. OS is up to you i like windows 10 more. added one more fan for cooling.
message me if you have any more questions or post it here, ill be happy to help :)
then i would go with the gtx 1070
I am only 13