I will not be overclocking, and I don't have a monitor yet. I'm buying my computer parts around Christmas time.
Thanks a lot!!! I will probably go with this.
Corsair - HD120 RGB 54.4 CFM 120mm Fans. They look really good, and I don't think they're loud at all.
They look weird.
I think going with a 1070 ti instead would be worth it for what your doing. Especially because it's not that much more.
Why is that? I don't know much about this stuff
This is the monitor I'm using - Asus - VG248QE 24.0" 1920x1080 144 Hz Monitor
Does not having WIFI capability mean that I would have to use Ethernet?
Would it be worth it to invest a little more money into getting a better motherboard?
Thanks! This parts list is similar to the one I made except it had an i5 and was $200 more expensive somehow.
Wow! Great parts list. You could get some rgb fans, and that build would look dope. These are fans I recommend if you decide to get some - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/7JnG3C/corsair-hd120-rgb-544-cfm-120mm-fan-co-9050065-ww
I don't really have a budget. I'm just trying to spend the least amount possible
How much fps do you get in most games and at what quality?
How much fps do you get on most games?
Get a better graphics cards.
You might want to get a better graphics card like a 1070 or 1070ti to get those high frame rates, but other than it seems like a solid parts list. Also 650 watts is a little overkill for this build. You could save money by getting a 550 watt power supply.
650 watts is definitely enough.
I would get 16GB of ram, but other than that it seams like a solid build.
What does the -9600k mean after i5? Also, do I need to spend that much on a CPU cooler to get good temps?
I just made this parts list, but I'm not sure if I should go with your motherboard instead.
I don't have a monitor, but my brothers buying that. It'll be a nice monitor.
I don't need a monitor. Just a computer
Nice build, thanks
I would like to play at 1440p with as much frames as possible, and thanks for the advice
I didn't know that, thanks
Nice! thank you
I'm planning on getting a build like this. How much fps do you get on most games?
More pictures? Looks good
Will either of these get more than 60 fps?
I don't know much about this stuff, but good luck!
Not unless you'll do other things besides gaming on your PC
Would I need to get a 1080ti to do that or would it need something even more than that?
Why do you have two builds?
Thank you, that was very helpful!
Is the Ryzen 7 good? I was told that I shouldn't get an AMD cpu because there not as good as intel
Oh my bad, I didn't see that when I first read it
This is my parts list that's in that range - https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ynW2ZR
If you went with this build, you would probably need a 1440p monitor
I'm not going to OC, so do I need a cpu cooler that is that expensive?