Titan RTX lolz
Just do it.
+1 for storage more expensive than CPU
Nice response! Transparent and fast, congratulations!
Why the SFX PSU trouble if the case supports ATX?
Close this site down, we have a winner!
Sad to see that 3000MHz RAM kit running at 2133MHz :(
+1 for your nickname
It's 11GB because of that. Nvidia got it's marketing right this time.
Ok, you're a screenwriter, nice!
Instead of listing this build here on PCPP, you could list it on Airbnb! Would love to rent this space! O.O
"CPU: Sweet 6600K, not overclocked yet."
You can't overclock it on a B150 chipset. Nice looks though!
I see what you did there rotflmao :D
Best. Cable. Management. Ever.
A Razer edition S340 would be perfect for this!
You're using a server optimized board for end-user GUI workloads, should have tried the Asus workstation ones. Also, check if Intel's turbo boost is on, most apps still use only one core.
Yeah, because all we can do with those PCs is gaming, right?
And he still had $33 left, which he could've used to upgrade that RAM to a Kingston Fury or Savage. Shame.
You nailed it.
+1 for the title!
You can put it any way you want, it's the same speed. Both M.2 slot and PCIe adapter are 3.0 x4 32Gbps.
Asus includes an adapter with this board so you can use two of these drives together in RAID if you want.
it's not him, but i'm pretty sure he's green of envy after seeing this...
What about the noise? This case isn't optimized for silence and the Titan X sound like jet engines. Does it sound like a 747 taking off during gaming?
Nice build by the way, love alien green builds! Cheers!
+1 for poro!
And this build, my dear PC friends, puts the last nail in AMD's Fury Nano coffin.
You don't need an upgrade, you need a technician to check what's wrong in your build. You have pretty good hardware for 1080p gaming. Maybe the power supply isn't enough (your build is energy intensive), maybe you don't have enough cooling in your case (your build also gets pretty hot) or maybe your CPU cooler isn't fitted right.
You could check the temperatures (motherboard, CPU and graphics) by yourself, there are a lot of tutorials on Youtube, if you're inclined to DIY. It's fun, it's free and if you don't manage to fix the problem, you can always call a tech.
Got here to give a +1 for the build name and... stared at the pictures for like an hour! Wish I could have given +1000! Nice work!
First of all, the X99-E WS provides four full PCIe 3.0 16x slots thanks to a PLX PCIe extension chip. So, you don't really need 40-lanes CPUs to take advantage of that. With this mobo, you could have easily gone with a 5920k 28-lanes CPU.
Second, you don't really need PCIe 3.0 16x for the foreseeable future. Even the Titan X or R9 295x2 don't utilize all the bandwith avaiable to PCIe 3.0 8x. Seven full PCIe 3.0 16x are much more useful for 2 or 3 video cards in SLI together with high speed PCIe addon cards such as PCIe AIC SSD storage or RAID cards. For gaming purposes, you would be better off with a X99 Pro, Deluxe or Sabertooth. Even the also too expensive R5E would have been a better choice.
Not that the X99-E WS isn't a very nice mobo; it just isn't for you and your typical usage.
"Project Ti Fighter"... 2x 980ti... I see what you did there...
About the monitor, I've heard Freesync does not work with Crossfire, which the 295x2 uses. Are you able to run Freesync on this setup? With both GPUs on your video card being used?
It was a joke dude...
It's problably the motherboard UEFI signaling you that the graphics card is missing. Check your motherboard manual for the error codes.
The problem is this CPU does not have integrated graphics, only APUs do, like the A10 or A8 series. So X4 series need to have a graphics card to boot. For your build, I suggest a simple and cheap AMD Readeon R5 240 if you aren't gaming, or a R7 260X if you plan on gaming @ 1080p or below.
Nope, this is a regular CPU, not an APU.
6GB or 5.5GB?
You are right about the PSU, I've put this one to match the case, for looks. About the motherboard, I have one of these and it's great, specially for games. High polling USB ports for gaming mouses and keyboards, Killer LAN, great sound, good overclocking and it looks awesome along with the MSI R9 290! :)
Very nice indeed, congrats!
Oh, that's fine then! :)
...and annoying. Smaller fans tend to have an annoying high pitch noise.
He could have just taken two more PCI slot covers off and put a single 120mm fan. Much more airflow, less noise.
Yeah, you could definitely go cheaper with AMD APU setups and even get the same performance, but those were the parts avaiable in good deals at the time. SSD was laying around, unused. MSI A88XM Gaming was a personal taste choice for looks and gaming perks, but you can get a better value with other A88X mobos. Razer stuff is way overpriced, but again, it was personal taste.
OblivionsCall is correct, I like to use vsync and with everything turned up at 1080p I don't ever get below 60fps, which is ok for my current monitor.
You are absolutely right, but unfortunately at the time of shopping, 2133 and 2400 MHz memory modules were way overpriced down here in Brasil. :/
This is just freaking AWESOME! ROFL! :)
That Fractal case looks WAY better than my Bitfenix one, it has way more room to work with and it looks great! It's a shame it's so hard to find their products down here in Brasil...
I'm looking forward to a Sapphire R7 250 with 2 gigs of GDDR5 VRAM to run in dual graphics mode! ;)