I am so sorry! I confused your response for another user's who had a similar setup with a ridiculously overpriced monitor in it. With prices as they are now, 550 is about as much as you can expect for the whole system. It would be much more effective to part it out.
The rest of the prices are mostly fine. It's just that monitor with a ridiculous price for what it offers.
The monitor simply isn't worth that much. If it was 100+ Hz, then it would be worth its 900 dollar price tag. At 60 Hz, it's equatable to a 450 dollar monitor.
Holy moly, you're alive.
The kicker is that monitor costs a lot more than it should for what it offers. Comparable monitors cost half its price.
PCPP generally doesn't add proprietary components.
It's a stack of Schiit.
That's exactly what Manirelli told you.
You're looking at around 550 dollars in resale value. That GT 640 is basically worthless.
Click "List" along the blue title bar.
You have some nerve...
A brand new system with similar specifications will fetch around 2K.
1500 USD is reasonable with everything listed.
Ah, I get what you're saying.
I'm digging that Ela icon.
He's doing graphic design. He could probably use the CUDA.
He's better off with an NVMe SSD and some bulk storage for his needs. Overclocking on B350 boards is almost no different from X370 unless your CPU happens to be a Silicon Lottery winner. Otherwise, it's more or less guaranteeing the same overclocking performance.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
It doesn't work well on most sites, but it works here.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dark-mode/dmghijelimhndkbmpgbldicpogfkceaj?hl=en It works well here.
One's OEM, the other is boxed.
That's some serious skill.
Is that hardline around the res?
That's not even half as good as a 7700HQ.
It's not that they aren't talented and all, I admire their work greatly, it's just that it's not all their voices. https://youtu.be/XU0Zq2vYKjM?t=6m46s This is a prime example of a distortion effect.
Nothing but their voices and a lot of FX. Especially true for the guitar.
Internet of Things.
You're avoiding the benchmarks that completely destroy your reasoning by eluding to a different conversation entirely. You're more of a troll than anything and that's probably all you will ever be known for on this site.
Sorry, but it doesn't have the IPC, clock speeds, or the core count to beat it. Accept the facts and stop being so "unrealistic."
Well, you're the OP that never delivers, so...
You really are an unrealistic man.
If you're actually going to spend that much on a PC, buy a dedicated render node. If you're this daft, the 7980XE is around 15% faster in most rendering tasks under the Adobe Suite.
I've had it back.
USE THE FORCE, LEIA.
It will take a large variety of 1.75mm filaments. You can buy filament from just about anywhere, but recommended brands depend on the filament type.
The assembly process is its only downside. It's tedious, but well worth it.
Feel free to ask me any questions about it.
It is excellent! The build space is fantastic.