You could always buy a PCIe wifi card, and just get a normal motherboard though.
I forgot the motherboard can't overclock, but are you planning on overclocking?
Glad I could help! I like the look of this case, and it looks professional. The motherboard I picked out has wifi, and plenty of ports (for me at least).
Case - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Q9vZxr/phanteks-eclipse-p400s-tempered-glass-atx-mid-tower-case-ph-ec416pstg_bw
motherboard - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/WrtQzy/asus-tuf-h370-pro-gaming-wi-fi-atx-lga1151-motherboard-tuf-h370-pro-gaming-wi-fi
All of your builds look awesome. Great job
In the US right? Are you planning on overclocking? Do you need windows, a monitor, or any of that stuff?
That's a very expensive motherboard. You could save some money buying a cheaper one. Are you going to be overclocking? The cooler should keep it cool even with decent overclocking, but I'm just wondering. Also I don't like the look of that case very much, but it has good reviews so go with it if you do.
Didn't know that until now, thanks
I don't want to overclock so I'll change that. Thanks
Thank you! I think I'm going to get an i7 now
Thank you, I thought it was 2080 ti and 2080s messing up
I don't want to risk getting a bad card, so I think I'm gonna get a 1080ti. Thanks
A lot of the rtx cards are messing up, so I think I'll get a gtx 1080ti. Everything else looks good though, thanks.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA-JzXV49YY my bad lol
What fps are you getting and on what games with what settings and quality? Also nice build +1
Thanks a lot
So is it a bad idea to get it?
lol you good
I have the rtx 2070 in my pc parts list which is better than the gtx 1070ti.
At 1080p do you think my computer could do 165hz? For most games that is
Thanks, and also I don't have a specific budget. I was just trying to see how much it would cost for this, and wanted to see a parts list. Oh and happy thanksgiving :)
Actually, do I need drivers on an SSD? Will that benefit in any way?
You could swap out that i5 for an i7, and take out that monitor.
I think the parts list I made for you should be good for gaming and productivity type stuff. The monitor I picked out is freesync and you would need an AMD video card to take advantage of that, but I don't like AMD so I didn't do that. You might want to though.
How much space will os, drivers, and other programs likely take up?
What is your reasoning?
I forgot to add a power supply, but something like this will work.
You didn't say what the build was for, but this should be good for around that price range.
You need a graphics card if you want to play games well, and do you mean a monitor when you said "vga"? Also a 750 W power supply is way to much. You could get a 550 W power supply or less and save some money.
I don't have a radiator, but I would like three fans at the front because of how it looks. Do you think I could to that, and have two or three fans at the back as exhaust?
I think you could definitely fit at least an rtx 2070 in a build at that price(better than gtx 1080 btw).
Ok, that makes sense. Thanks
Whoops! I didn't think about that. I've been in the US all my life, so I don't think about things like different currencies. lol
So if I were to play AAA games, I would probably need g sync?
Does this motherboard have good sound quality? I don't know how to find that
Nice parts list!
Here you go - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Jw3Yhy
If I turn down settings enough, do you think I could get to 144hz?
It's free sync, so I wouldn't get to use that with my parts list now, but would you still recommend it?
Why did you choose such an expensive keyboard? Is it actually worth spending that much money on or is it just because it looks cool?
If you care about RGB at all then you might want to look at this. I would get a different motherboard though because I don't like the one I put in this list (couldn't find one I like yet) - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nTfpMZ