Little warning, the most recent update lowered my FPS on maps like crash to around 55 at ultra, dont know what change they made. The original FPS test was on Shoot house.
Ultra settings (with motion blur off, FOV at 90) i got 75-85 FPS. Quite Surprising to be honest.
I get a pretty consistent 100 FPS on medium high settings, i could test some different settings if you'd like
Maybe if it existed in 2016 when i built it, just upgraded the CPU ¯_(ツ)_/¯
This motherboard is a great choice. Mine came straight from newegg ready to boot to Ryzen 3000, but if yours doesn't for some reason, this motherboard has bios flashback so you can update the bios without having a compatible CPU or memory.
7 degrees Celsius is 44.6 degrees Fahrenheit, what is your thermostat set at lmao.
you're looking at 250 watts for an i9 at 5Ghz or 200 watts at stock under full load. Another 325W-350W for an overclocked 1080ti. with all the other components, that puts the power supply right at its peak efficiency, so its not really overkill, and it always leaves headroom for adding another GPU or upgrading to an i9 that will pull 500W.
ICP performance with fewer cores or more cores with poorer ICP performance. Pick one.
I think i personally would have spent $10 extra for 3200 Mhz memory, as Ryzen greatly benefits from it. Other than that looks good.
What happened to some of these prices? A 780T for 220? 6900k for 1200? Windows 10 Pro for 200? Double the price for most of the fans?
You should really rotate that CPU cooler so that it is exhausting out the back of the case and not onto your GPU.
Well, if you don't plan on overclocking, you could get a little bit cheaper of a cooler. Noctua coolers are great for reliability, but are not going to be overclocking you could get away with something like this, which is still a little bit overkill.
Personally, i would do this. All i did was take out the hybrid drive, and put a 2TB 7200 disk in with a 128GB SSD. The speed is absolutely amazing, you won't regret the extra money spent.
As an owner of a 1060 6gb, PUBG Ultra is a breeze. I'm unsure why that monitor is so expensive though, i would personally go with something like this, but if you need a 27 inch monitor, that looks like a good choice.
You should definitely add an SSD for your Operating System. It's night and day.
So what was more expensive, a drug addiction, or being a PC enthusiast.
Understandable, technically it is both so i'll meet you in the middle my friend.
You certainly accomplished all of your goals, I don't think there is a more compact way to fit all this hardware into a box.
ITX Tower form factor, i understand that he did fit a Matx board in.
12 Cores, Dual 1080 Ti's, a 960 PRO SSD, an 800W TITANIUM SFX PSU, 32 Gigs of RAM, all in an ITX tower? What drives someone to build such a machine?
PLEASE THE PLASTIC GOD HELP ME...
Sorry, that kinda escaped. This is a really nice PC, there isn't a thing i would change about it.
I've gotta ask, is that just a replica gun or do you defend the battle station with it.
I don't think you need 144hz for having OBS or Discord on a second display, and gaming with 2 thick bezels in the way would suck.
I would love to see some more pictures, like the cable management around back and some pictures of the entire setup.
Looking good, really great cable management around the back side and this will certainly be a great performer once the 1070 is added next year!
The unlocked CPU still boosts higher than the regular 7700 non-k. The RGB ram is kinda purposeless in that case, and the 120gb SSD is all you need if you're just doing basic tasks and not playing games, which i'm assuming will be the case as it is running off of the iGPU
Any reason you went with 2 144hz monitors and not just 1 144hz and a 60hz that costs less? I know some people do dual monitor gaming but i'm assuming that you're just gonna game on 1 at a time.
That's certainly an interesting little case.
Budget? Where we're going, we don't need a budget!
I'm pretty sure you should split up the memory between the 2 banks. Like have 2 sticks on one side and 2 sticks on the other. Check the motherboard manual to see which ones are recommended.
Imagine your son used PCPartpicker and found this... +50
This is beautiful. The only 2 things i could pick on in this build is the red SanDisk logo on the SSD. Maybe some Vinyl wrap on the face of it would blend it better. Also, that barcode on the Pump/Res clashes alot. Peeling it off/Taping over it or something would give a much better look.
Im not trying to call you stupid, but did you take the plastic off the cooler before you mounted it? I know alot of people forget to take it off.
Even if you don't need the GPU power, why not just Make Sure? +1
Just goes to show that you don't need thousands of dollars worth of hardware to get featured. Just need a good idea and a plan to set out and do it.
I thought that the 1080 mini from Zotac was 8 inches. I might be wrong but it will suit the build much better lol
Always looking for better performance to be had. And besides, whatever i upgrade would just be passed to a family members system.
As for the GPU prices lately being so high, I would wait to purchase one until the prices go back down. There is about £350 left for a GPU. I would suggest a GTX 1070 or a GTX 1060 6gb. I did not include one in this list because again, GPU prices are insane.
Idk about spending $70 on a case when you don't have an SSD.
They are truly dangerous animals. BTW, you might want to shove some gummy bears into your CPU socket for better connection. Maybe even get some in your PCI-E slots aswell, for better FPS in games.
This build MIGHT be able to run minesweeper at .2fps 16k. The dual Xeon's simply don't have enough cores to run the minesweeper experience. The dual P6000 are pathetic when it comes to graphics horsepower. This build was a hand me down from my dad, who just upgraded to a Pentium M 820.
Any reason you didn't go for the GTX 1080TI instead of the GTX 1080? Other than that, this is an incredible build!
Wow! I also have a 1060 but i paired it with an i5 6500. I "only" get around 100fps! An i5 7600k is definitely going to be my next upgrade!
Do you happen to play CS:GO on this rig? I'm curious as to what fps I would get at 1280x1024 everything on low.
You might want to put some velcro straps on the cables coming out of the PSU. It will give it a more organized look down there instead of it branching random directions.
The reason your Z270 Motherboard doesn't support more RAM is that the i7 7700K only supports 64GB. It wouldn't make any sense to make the Motherboard support more RAM than any CPU that is available on the platform.
Just build it yourself, its a good experience, and you'll save a few hundred bucks.
I don't know why someone would need 3 monitors of different resolution other than to test which one they want to use, but it made the list hit 40k so whatever. Just trying to make the most over the top list I can, including EK Watercooling and too many ssd's to be practical.