get 3200mhz ram then - infinity fabric!
then you are fine - might want to get 2666mhz RAM so you can still use it when you might upgrade to Coffee Lake
both are pretty trash and wont be able to handle PUBG at all
what OS do you plan to use? since 4 gigs of RAM is not a lot... how much does CS:GO need?
forget it, since your case only has room for a 120mm radiator and thats garbage
I'd strongly advise to get a 1080Ti in this budget!
im not comfortable with 500w psu
also - you only need the cooler if you want to OC
what kind of programming do you do? some kind makes use of big VRAM and that 1050Ti has not a lot of it
800ghz memory? holy smokes! I barely got 3ghz memory :o
jokes aside - parts look pretty balanced... do you own an SSD? if not - get one - samsung 850 evo 128/256gb and install your OS and most used programs on it! should work wonders
no clue about that tbh... but its really worth to wait now... since the components you buy now will drop in Price and you will get the new ones (probably with a promo even?)
850watts is way overboard for the PSU
650watts is enough - even if you want to OC
include the rest of your build and give a max price at least
wait for Z370 - and get coffee lake!
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
SM961 is the OEM Version of the 960 PRO ... its basically the same Piece of Hardware
the 960 EVO is the retail oriented Version of it and a bit slower... which in MOST cases is the cheaper/practical solution
did you consult this page: https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator ?
if not - I roughly put in your specs and it says 400watts recommended PSU wattage... so you SHOULD be fine with 450...
2*1080Ti under full load draw about 500watts... I would be getting a bigger PSU if you really want SLI (see no reason why though... since the performance gain is marginal...)
If you do not go SLI .... 650watts is enough on your PSU
if you want PURE gaming - get an i5-7600k
hey - kein Problem!
bei ryzen unbedingt 3200mhz ram holen: https://www.eteknix.com/memory-speed-large-impact-ryzen-performance/
Ansonsten siehts gut aus
true - my bad - but 5400 rpm is fine as long as you use it for raw storage
Würde mir dann eher nen Cryorig H7 holen :)!
maybe try this
he said, that he owns the card already... why throw that one away? it is still good!
should be perfectly fine - if you can afford get the 1080Ti
get a better cooler and motherboard and you are good to go!
how is that M.2 drive slow... its a regular SSD
high framerates mainly come from your GPU
for every CPU intensive task I'd prefer threadripper over intel... gives you more bang for your buck tbh...
put in a 2TB then?
if you can put in 1.200$ get this:
did my best:
should work like a charm - the corsair AIOs are really easy to install trust me
I'd try to get a board with wifi built in imo... but thats preference
should work out fine
get a ryzen 5-1600 .. and the AMD socket board...
the dark rock you put in is quiet & good!
quick list for you - pick any of the fans ... to your need of 120mm or 140mm
looks reasonable... but why the hell would you need 32 gigs of RAM?
ryzen and linux had some really nasty bugs under load - google that before you buy your stuff
besides that - build looks solid - I'd get 2 2TB drives so you can run RAID, if you want to be safer...
do you want to have virtual machines, that run 24/7 on this? if so - try to get a better PSU... also - these fans are really not that great...
med-high on 1080p if you want ~100fps
that CPU cooler will not perform very well on the i7-7700k... get something more powerful if you want to make use of that cpus power
build Looks solid to me - BUT I'd suggest you a Ryzen build for your use!
btw - NZXT Aperture M (should be good for you!)
please post a part list... so People can make changes easier!
any reason why you not go for a ryzen quadcore?
you dont need the Samsung pro series - get the evo instead... tried to put in a GTX1070 and a better CPU instead...
I'd suggest you put in atleast a 128GB SSD to keep the System quick! Nice Budget build!
please attach a part list so we can edit it!
I'd suggest you wait for Intels Coffee Lake to release and get a Z370 motherboard so you can upgrade in the future... if you want to build now I attached you a list of a possible high Quality build you can upgrade easily... (CPU especially!)