Why Crossfire when it's not utilized as much? I would suggest selling both and upgrading to 1 Vega GPU when it comes out.
I like how this is the typical Ryzen excuse. I doubt optimizing would put them above Intel.
How are the quality of those fans? Was looking at them and curious if they're just as good as other namebrand rgb fans.
Is it Trump because it's all white?
How is this middle tier? The CPU and GPU are very much in the high end area.
That's supposed to look much better?
What's up with all this Ryzenism? The ones that have come out so far can't keep up with Intel if we're talking about gaming performance. Not sure if people don't like facts or...? I hear the next batch that's coming out would be better for gaming.
You didn't need the aftermarket cooler if you aren't overclocking...
Go intel when you do the rebuild...if you haven't checked, the top line ryzens are more expensive and aren't as good as Skylake/Kabylake when it comes to gaming.
I'm with this guy, wth?
I mean...it looks like he is.
This sounds like the plot of a movie...
wth do you do for a living to afford all that?
Built by a 16 year old who can't use proper grammar...
Sorry, but I'm a grammar Nazi.
Sell the PS4, switch to PC. You won't miss your PS4, believe me.
This is straight up dumb.
Pretty sure it's your monitor, that 1080 should be way more than enough to run those on ultra. I have an RX 480 4G and I can run those perfectly fine.
It works great. I bought it from Ebay slightly used, so I assume the previous owner flashed the most recent BIOS on it, which is why I had an easy time setting it up. Haven't tried OC'ing yet, haven't needed to.
I bricked about 2/3rds of my first HDD somehow (not sure what happened, I think mechanical failure). Had to get a backup because I was reaching capacity.
I'm with this guy, why waste time upgrading to an 8350? That's not even that big of a step up.