They don't stay at that temp, that was because of the FurMark bench-marking after 30~ minutes on the higher settings.
Yah the 89°C is from running FurMark, but id does normally idle under a "regular" load at about 76°C.
When you have the money future proofing is always the way to go!
It does well enough, as long as your not constantly trying to melt your cpu you'll be fine.
Thanks, I just gotta run some benchmarks and add some more photos of the complete build itself.
Ok cool, I was just trying to keep the wear of extra files off of the m.2, also if I was going to experiment with overclocking should I get a better cooler for the 3600?
I think I’ll drop the HDD, I was mainly aiming to throw miscellaneous files and office on there as to not put extra writing wear on the m.2, but for a few months I’m sure it will be fine
Thank you so much, that PSU looks better than the one I originally had, and for the Mobo I was bouncing between Carbon and edge, for Wifi 6 and price.
With the CPU and RAM I was just trying to future proof those but if the Index is more of a GPU hog than I thought I might have to cut back on them.
Thanks for the feedback!
Are there any other places that I can just cut back on so I can more comfortably afford a better GPU?
how did you do the RGB? I'm using the same case and I'm trying to figure out how to control all the fans and rgb through the mobo, or if its even possible.
Did you have any trouble controlling your case fans through the mobo? I'm trying to build a PC with this case and google has not been helpful so far.
Nice build, but did you have any problems with the SP120 fans and connecting to your motherboard? I'm thinking about using a MSI x570 Gaming pro Carbon, but is there a specific header you needed on your mobo for your case fan control and RGB?