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Remember to reapply your thermal paste once in a while. You don't want to turn your PC into an oven, do you?
A pea sized concentration of the thermal paste is usually the best choice, then let the heatsink spread it.
Good choices are: Noctua NT-H1, Thermal Grizzy Kryonaut and Prolimatech PK-2/3 Nano.

Always state the purpose of your PC, your budget, AND YOUR COUNTRY if outside the USA.
If you are asking for improvements, clarify whether you want to lower price or to improve specs or build quality.

>Assemble your parts list with price comparisons by vendor and compatibility filter.
https://pcpartpicker.com

>Have a budget, but don't know where to start? This will recommend you a parts list based on price.
http://www.logicalincrements.com/

>General build advice including chipset compatibility, power supply advice, Windows activation information.
http://pastebin.com/9Pbm4nHL

>Information about how to assemble a PC, how to select components, etc.
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Build_a_PC

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>> No.57983510

>Pea sized
Not with the modern worlds golf ball sized peas
2 or 3 grains of rice is enough, ideally you want it to be as thin as possible and still fill in the roughness of your coolers plate

>> No.57983702

GUYS AMD IS SHOWCASING ZEN TODAY.
1 HOUR AND 30 MINS FROM THIS POST IT GOES LIIIIIVE

>> No.57983724

>>57983702
Ready for xeons to be btfo and nothing else

>> No.57983939
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The syringe contains the correct amount of paste for your processor, always be sure to use the whole thing

>> No.57983985

>>57983357
Are PNY's GTX cards any good? I know they make the Quadro crads for Nvidia but I can't seem to find anything online about them.

>> No.57984102
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a couple questions
first, I've got a fury x coming in the mail after waiting weeks for my rma. Before this I had a 295x2, so pretty similar setup with a small difference. with the 295x2 I had 2 noctuas in the front pulling air in, then 2 gentle typhoons in push pull on the 295x2 rad, the 295x2 stock fan on the back as the exaust and my cryorig r1 for the cpu
now, i think im going to use the GT for intakes (r5 has a bit of limited airflow the SP takes a bit better advantage of), the stock fan on the fury x, and then a noctua for an exhaust with the cryorig still, in this kind of set up
is this the best way to go about this? i wish i could switch over to a aio on the cpu but i cant afford it right now
really just looking for silence at this point, performance is more than enough for 90% of everything i do

>> No.57984135

>>57984102
I don't see why you think moving the fan would make the fan quieter

>> No.57984162
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57984162

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/QFCwm8
3000 budget.
Must be M-ITX

>> No.57984208

what is a good motherboard for lga 1151 that supports sli for under $150

>> No.57984246
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>>57984162
>$2600 pc
>first thing is 6700k
OH BOY HERE WE GO
Do you want us to actually max out a $3000 ITX build? Or do you want us to reduce the price and keep the PC good for dumb gaymen?

>> No.57984290

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/K3VWJV
gaymen pc, ~1300 dollar budget, pls rate, new to pc building, thank you

>> No.57984316

>>57983357
Fuck your meme pastes that you are forced to replace every year. Mx-7 is the best choice.

>> No.57984324

>>57984246
Why would I need something faster than the 6700k? Seems like it would run hot in such a small case

>> No.57984347

>>57984290
Get a better cooler, hyper 212 evo (still cheap as fuck, but better than what you have) fits on my 6600k in my N200
I basically have what you have, you can step up to gsync 1440p 144hz if you like, the 1070 can do 1440p at ~90fps for new games on ultra settings, and at 1440p 144fps for old games or lower settings, it's expensive but the monitor will outlive your gpu
Don't pay for Windows, download the USB bootable media from Microsoft website and just don't activate Windows (until you find an OEM key for $20)

>> No.57984361

>>57984324
For $2600 you should be appalled that you're getting a 6700k
If you don't need a better CPU, your build can be remade for maybe $1300

>> No.57984386

>>57984347
thank you

>> No.57984435

>>57984361
Well with all those hard drives, maybe $1500-1600, you can still save by getting a WD blue instead of black, and digging around for better 850 evo deals (because I know they're out there), delete the 850 pro.
Don't pay for Windows and look for a cheaper case.
FOR SURE get a cheaper motherboard (you're getting Z170, probably a wifi/Bluetooth mPCIe card preinstalled, and a single PCIe x16 slot either way)
Get cheaper fans (if you even need them)
You can get a slightly cheaper psu, corsair is overpriced on PSUs

>> No.57984490

>>57984162
That case is atrocious and worse, its HUGE for an itx build. Whats the point of itx if it takes up that much space? I wouldn't worry about overheating components either, 90% of that case is wire mesh.

>> No.57984506

>>57984435
>>57984361
And considering the case has two 2.5" bays and two 3.5" bays, you could probably split that 4tb HDD into two cheap 2tb ones

>> No.57984549
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57984549

Got a radiator and the fans that came with it are loud as ass, was going to get a pair of noctua's to replace them with (as per some friend recommendations) but I'm wondering if you guys have any other opinions/suggestions?

>> No.57984550

>>57984135
its not moving the fan thats making it quieter, its just optimizing where the fans are going to do best
im just asking to see if theres a better way that would maybe let me run the fans slower with the same performance

>> No.57984563

>>57984435
>>57984361
Can you remake my build please? I need something portable for around 2,700. 3,000 tops.

>> No.57984676

>>57983939
lol

>> No.57984684

>>57984162
Just get a single 1TB SSD... Maybe a Crucial MX300. Get an NCASE M1, it's much smaller, then swap out the GPU for a blower-style one.
Instead of wasting money on a WD Black drive, either upgrade to a 2TB SSD or buy a WD Red 8TB. WD Blacks are stupid and useless nowadays.

>> No.57984730

>>57984563
This is what I would get for that kind of money, personally
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ytfpQV
You can choose a CPU and motherboard that matches your budget though
Don't buy windows

>> No.57984881

>>57984549
Just go with the one you like the most, it matters very little.
Noctua makes great fans, but if you're autistic about muh aesthetic they likely won't match much of anything in your build, or maybe you want shitty LED memes.

In the end, it doesn't matter much to performance which fans you choose. But given that you have the choice, you obviously want a static pressure optimized fan for your radiator. That and noise are about all you really have to take into consideration, and the noise can be fan controlled away.

>> No.57984960

>>57984730
>https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ytfpQV
>6950x
Oh you fucking idiot

>> No.57985072
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>>57984960
How many LEDs would I have had to fit in that build to make it $3200 otherwise?

>> No.57985112
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>>57984730
>https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ytfpQV
>>57984684
>>57984563
>>57984435
Are slim cases practical or will they overheat under load?
I'm the 3000 ITX poster

>> No.57985149

>>57985112
For the CPU it's a big possibility, maybe a locked CPU would be a good choice in those cases with so few cooling options, but the gpu side of those cases (fit with a 90° adapter) are generally seperated and have good ventilation

>> No.57985193

>>57985072
Why not make the GPU a titan xp

>> No.57985222

>>57984881
Sweet, although I've built a my PC's a few times this is the first time I've actually moved into more-indepth stuff so I'm still learning what's best for certain stuff. (And nah, I couldn't give less of a shit about looks or LED garbage.)

>> No.57985259

>>57985193
I wanted to show him his $2600 plan could be a $1700 build too, the 6950x and X99 mobo is a $3000 joke, everything else isn't

>> No.57985333

I've been dumb and applied a small layer of thermal paste and then spread it out with my finger in a plastic bag. Should I redo it?

>temp is around 50-55C
>T520 I5

>> No.57985346

>>57985333
That's a fine temperature if it's under load

>> No.57985359

>>57985333
Next time use your penis

>> No.57985741

>>57985346
Temperature tops at 78C at the Thinkvantage stresstest.

>>57985359
will do

p.s Should I upgrade to an I7?

>> No.57985764

>>57985112
Devices in an Ncase will heat up more than in a normal case, but nothing beyond unreasonable, so long as it's well-fanned. A Noctua cooler would go a long there.

>> No.57985820

>>57985764
>>57985112
>>57985149
>>57985193
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4HPfxY
I return. What do you think? What can be improved?

>> No.57985951

>>57984162
>>57984324
>>57985112

I run my 6700k in a node 202 and it really doesn't get hot (albeit it's not oc'd)

stick to 6600k if you're just gaymen

3 SSD + 1 HDD is completely retarded get 1 of each and no more

The biggest gripe I have with your build is that the impact is a trash board that no one should buy. Get something lower priced.

>> No.57985988

>>57985951
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4HPfxY
This is the new build amigo. It's a work in progress. Thanks for the reply though

>> No.57986081

>>57985988
Why the hell are you so intent on spending $3000?

What are you even doing with this build?

>> No.57986115

>>57983357
>Remember to reapply your thermal paste once in a while.

This is what dorks actually believe in.

>> No.57986253
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>>57985820
Yeah something like that

>> No.57986286

>>57986081
I travel a fuck ton for work. I got tired of laptops so I'm creating a dedicated suitcase for my computer equipment. I need something portable that can run 4k or at least nearly 4k without overheating.

>> No.57986335

>>57985820
Ditch 16 GB of RAM and get a 2TB SSD instead. Unless you're running VM's, although then you'd be better off with a mid-tower and some sort of E5 chip anyway.

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>>57985820
Caught me off guard

>> No.57986383

>>57986335
I will be running virtualbox.

>> No.57986400

>>57986335
Some games use more than 8GB, especially if he's actually aiming for 4K games
And show a better price in a 2TB SSD, he's got 2 bays I believe so why not? He would have raid as an option as well

>> No.57986449

>>57985820
>https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4HPfxY
Wrong titan X

>> No.57986459

>>57985988
>>57985820
Senpai you're looking for the Titan X Pascal version, but even then it'd be best to wait for the 1080ti for 4k

>> No.57986471

>>57986449
>>57986459
shit. Thanks anon

>> No.57986508

>>57986471
The 1080ti is basically the same as a Titan XP though, if you've got the money the Titan XP can max/veryhigh games at 4K 60hz right now

>> No.57986519

>>57986383
How many VMs?
>>57986400
A 2TB SSD should be around 100 USD more;

>> No.57986586

>>57986400
>>57986519

The mobo also has m.2
Why not use that instead of a second drive

>> No.57986760

>>57986586
Typically it's best to use a single drive than two. NVMe, outside of bragging rights, has very little usefullness for daily use, with only a few niche workloads making use of it. SATA over m.2 drives tend to be expensive and a bit pointless, not to mention that they're often outside the Intell storage controller.

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>>57986586
>>57986508
>>57986459
>>57986449
New
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/kpyFm8
I think this is getting to the best scenario. Thanks for all the support thus far.

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57986849

>>57985072
>speeds man cannot yet fathom

>> No.57986876
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can i use this as a radiator for a watercooling setup

>> No.57986897
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>>57983357
>I'll make a swastika with my thermal paste!
>Maybe people will save the picture and make it a meme!
>Aw shit, I fucked it up.
>I'll just use a gray paintbrush in photoshop, nobody will notice!

Fuck you, OP.

>> No.57986998
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57986998

How do I orient a memecooler? To preheat the intake air or heat up the CPU with hot exhaust air?

>> No.57987004

>>57986586
They're either comparable to SATA or get way too hot behind the motherboard

>> No.57987333

How does this look for a budgeted pc for gaming. I dont need everything ultra but I do want to run games and I think with this I can always just add another graphics card later.

Any suggestion for a wireless network adapter? I can't just plug into the router.

I also saw someone post the OS is free but I don't see that anywhere on the site

>> No.57987354

>>57987333
Looks too budget.

>> No.57987383

>>57986998
Hot exhaust upwards everytime.

>> No.57987418

>>57987333
"Create installation media Microsoft"
Google
Not that hard

>> No.57987425

>>57987354
ignore the name that shit was for a /vg /joke

for now it needs to be because this is a gift my mom is getting me but it needs to be under 550 and we need to place the order soonish. After Christmas I was going to order another gtx 1050 Ti

>> No.57987543

wow im fucking special lol

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wNkDQV

this is the link

>> No.57987676

What's your stance on buying a used CPU? I might pull the trigger on this 4790k on ebay if I get it for 30% less than new.

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>>57986998
>those stock fans that come with the H115i
don't make me relive that pain, anon

>> No.57987810
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>>57987676
Ebay seller here, just say it doesn't work when you get it, and you magically get it for free.

It's called "SNAD". Look it up.

>> No.57987894

>>57987810
Who's gonna pay for it? How do I prove it really doesn't work? What's stopping them from asking me to send it back?

>> No.57987985

>>57983357
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/NBXP8K
Are these drives ok? Is there any reason I should get CAS 14 over CAS 15 RAM?

>> No.57988034
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Not really a build question but I didn't see a more appropriate thread and didnt seem like a big thing to make a thread on.

I currently already have a decent rig but wanted to get a laptop because I am often away from home. I would like to be able to play at least some basic games to keep me occupied if it comes down to it. I'm in a hotel often but don't really want to make a mini itx build to carry around. So I can either buy a new "gaymen" laptop with a 1060 in it OR I can buy a Laptop with type-c thunderbolt and a good processor and use something like the Alienware AMP to put in my 390x. Anyone with any recommendations helps.

>> No.57988098

>>57987985
Also I might wait for kabylake since it's right around the corner and get a 960 pro when they're easier to come by.

>> No.57988100

>>57987676
what kind of question is this nigga
how much are you getting the 4790k for
because I can already tell you're getting fucking swindled

>> No.57988132
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>>57983939
my sides

>> No.57988186

>>57988100
It's still up for auction for another day and nowhere near 200 bucks yet. The guy is also selling an MB, RAM and aftermarket cooler. Pretty sure he just upgraded to a 1151 socket, as opposed to getting rid of it because it has a problem.

>> No.57988232

>>57986876
I don't know, can you ?
You'll have to figure out custom mounting stuff and whatnot, as well as possibly put new fittings on there. Can you manage that ?

>> No.57988251

>>57988100
also don't listen to this >>57987810 poopscoop unless you're buying from a big time seller
small time sellers will actually care about you sending shit back and can be a huge bitch to deal with

>a swedish seller got scammed and sent SURSTRÖMMING with feces in it to the scammer every single week

>> No.57988273

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CcZsKZ

First time building a pc, any tips?

Trying to stay around $1000.

>> No.57988344

>>57988098
That drive won't load your games faster, you know that right?

>> No.57988367

>>57984549
>op's-anal-rape-apparatus.jpg

>> No.57988385

>>57988367
Its for autism

>> No.57988402

>>57988273
You could go lower on the PSU and be fine, other than that you're on the right track

>> No.57988420

>>57988273
Looks pretty comfy. I would just get a mx300 and xfx 480 and save some $ for a better case, but your choices are fine.

>> No.57988428

>>57988367
I honestly have no fucking clue what it actually is. I've had it saved since forever ago and it makes me laugh every goddamn time I scroll by it looking for an image.

>> No.57988462

>>57988428
Temple Grandon's contribution to science

>> No.57988519

>>57987985
That HGST drive is old, they are currently on 7k6000. I have a 7k4000 and its pretty nice. Cas 14 is faster, but is it worth it to you?

>> No.57988660

>>57988519
I'm just going to be gaymen so probably not.

>> No.57988731

>>57986897
Someone probably just used the X method and OP tried to make it look like a swastika. Quit being a retard.

>> No.57988763

>>57988660
I looked into that drive, it only has a 32mb cache. Im a huge fan of hgst, but a 7200rpm wd blue might be a better idea.

>> No.57988902

All I need to know is if the Zen equivalent of the 6600k is gonna be cheaper and support ddr4 or not

>> No.57988979

>>57988902
AMD's equivalent of a 6600k won't be released for another 2 generations of CPUs, don't kid yourself.

>> No.57989103
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Thoughts? Tossing up between the 250 & 500 SSD

Prices are in AUD not USD

>> No.57989119

>>57988420
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nMTrqk

Is this better? Also is the 480 better or worse for games?

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>>57983357
I was in a previous thread, had no pics, but here it is now all built and after playing around with the fans for a bit

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Cgpdd6

runs beautifully and fast, dont have any new games to test out on it yet though

>> No.57989178

>>57984162
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/M3s88K

>> No.57989206

>>57989137
Why the fuck did you get an expensive as fuck case that has AIRFLOW in its name when you don't the slightest of fucks about airflow and just throw the cables wherever?
Why the fuck did you get an expensive as fuck PSU that's modular if you don't even need half the wattage and throw cables wherever anyway?
Please tell me you didn't actually get an MB for 500 bucks.

>> No.57989234

>>57989137
Wait is that a stray fan dangling from its own cables to the left of that basically empty drivecage, below the GPU?

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>tfw my old GTX 570 overheats when playing games even though I replaced the thermal paste and dusted it out

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>>57989206
>Why the fuck did you get an expensive as fuck case that has AIRFLOW in its name when you don't the slightest of fucks about airflow and just throw the cables wherever?
because clueless with upward potential is better than clueless with nowhere to go but down
>Why the fuck did you get an expensive as fuck PSU that's modular if you don't even need half the wattage and throw cables wherever anyway?
I plan on expanding, want the pc to last me 8 years if i can, (i got 6 years out of a mobile workstation laptop 2010 i7 2gb ram, fucked up and didnt use it for any rendering programs after the first year or two tho)
>Please tell me you didn't actually get an MB for 500 bucks.
300, 200 after i mail in this rebate sitting on my desk
the whole build cost me $1400, black friday (saturday) sales
I have a room full of 90's and 2000's pc junk, so hooked it up to an old flatron monitor with an old keyboard n junk for now


>>57989234
>Wait is that a stray fan dangling from its own cables to the left of that basically empty drivecage, below the GPU?
almost, its screwed in to the two bottom holes of the fan, the cage has a small ssd, i plan on getting one or two more by next spring, whould i even bother keeping ssd's in the cage half filling it, or just use some sticky velcro strips to slap them on the side or bottom panel?

>> No.57989436
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57989436

I really want that 6800k while its on sale but

>Zen

>> No.57989503

>>57988273
Same guy. Is this an improvement?

ttps://pcpartpicker.com/list/kxtWJV

Trying to stay around 1k.
Mainly will be used for gaming.

>> No.57989508

>>57989436
>AMD

>> No.57989521

>>57989503
Broken link
Fix:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/kxtWJV

>> No.57989575

>>57989409
>clueless
About cable management? I suggest you google how it's done properly and redo it. BEFORE even replying to my post.
>I plan on expanding
4 way SLI or what? No matter how old this thing is gonna get, it's never gonna use 850W or anywhere close.
>200 after i mail in this rebate sitting on my desk
That's actually a pretty good deal, even if you don't know how to make use of it.
>the whole build cost me $1400
Mine has cost me upward of 2000, with everything that's in it right now, so I'm not envious or anything, but my god, how or why does someone who obviously doesn't really know what he's doing spend THAT MUCH MONEY on a PC THIS BADLY PUT TOGETHER!?
>its screwed in to the two bottom holes of the fan
WTF, seriously. Where is it supposed to direct airflow to even? I guess I'm being trolled, but after writing all this and being triggered anyway, might aswell... No you don't velcro your SSDs anywhere, your expensive high end has "Four tool-free dedicated SSD cages, sideways mounted", how you could miss that is so far beyond me I can't even.

I suggest you let a professional redo your CPU cooler before you put it under serious load, I wanna bet my left nut that you fucked up the thermal paste, and that's my favourite nut.

>> No.57989583

Building a new rig for the new year. Budget is gonna be around 1300 for the tower. Wanna do a mini ITX for the memes.

2 questions- does anyone know of any decent mini ITX cases that aren't corsair garbage? And also, if I get an nVidia GPU, will I have problems if I decide to get an AMD CPU? Will my computer start spitting out unholy hellfire and demons? I've only ever built one computer before so forgive me if I sound like an idiot.

>> No.57989587

>>57989103
>>57989103
please respond

>> No.57989610

>>57989587
>please tell me if I need 250 or 500GB of SSD space
If you really need an answer to that, you're gonna be fine with a 120GB.

>> No.57989650
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>>57989583
>mini ITX cases that aren't corsair garbage
If I had to build a PC like that I'd get a Silverstone SG13, if the Corsair Carbide Air 240 is out of the question for whatever reason.

>> No.57989655

>>57989610
Alright. Everything else OK?

>> No.57989669

Cpu was overheating so I reapplied thermal paste, I just removed the heatsink from the motherboard and disconnected two chassis fans. Now I don't get signal of my monitor, PC boots up, there are no beeps and the reboot button on the case doesn't work.
What went wrong.??
I didn't move anything but the heatsink. Reseated the GPU and cleared CMOS battery but still no signal.
What I find suspicious is the reboot button not working. Help pls

>> No.57989692

>>57989650
Thanks, I appreciate it

>> No.57989704

>>57989655
The 6500 not being a 6600k would trigger my OCD, but you're gonna be fine. Aftermarket coolers are pretty much the norm around here, but you can always add that later when you realize the stock intel cooler is loud and doesn't cool that well.

>> No.57989709

>>57987771
>pay more than a hundred bucks for AIO meme
>still need to buy non-shit fans

This is what you deserve for not getting a Noctua.

>> No.57989751

Not pc building but a problem with hardware. I was "rebuilding" my pc because i was having some issues so i thought why not take everything apart,clean and put everything back together as anything else seemed to work, so when i was gonna get my cpu out (AMD FX 8320) i lifted up the little lever and instead of just getting the cpu out it also made a "clacking" sound. My CPU seemed fine,no bent pins, no broken pins or anything but now when i try to put it back on it looks like the cpu wont "seat" in properly and the little lever doesn't seem to work like it did before. Is it possible that i fucked up my mobo's socket?

What do /g/? I dont have another am3+ mobo to test if the cpu pins are really okay.

>inb4 ayymd

>> No.57989764

>>57986286
Stop making up stories. If you 'needed' 4K, you would likely not be this tech retarded.

>> No.57989771
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>>57989709
Ikr, the only reason to get a water cooler instead of pic related is not having room or airflow in your case.

>> No.57989786

>>57989704
thanks anon, might go with an aftermarket cooler then

>> No.57989788

>>57986998
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCZ5iP5cu8g

The watercooled meme merchant jew2shekelz is actually right on this one.

>> No.57989792

>>57989764
>If you 'needed' 4K
He said at least nearly 4K. A 3.5K system might be perfect for him, I suggest a dual GTX970 configuration.

>> No.57989800

This'll seem like a weird question, but why do we still use thermal paste for attaching radiators onto CPUs? Have we just not found a better way to go about it?

>> No.57989843

>>57989800
>attaching

screws or clamps usually work better

>> No.57989874

>>57989771
holy shit
T H I C C
that looks like it'd snap right off, obviously it won't but still, that would make me nervous the whole time it was inside my system

>> No.57989891

>>57989874
I have one in my computer.
It's pretty nice.

>> No.57989892

>>57989874
My GPU is sagging significantly more than the NH-D15.

>> No.57989928

>>57989892
I know this shit is tested so that it won't actually damage anything through sag during usage but fuck if I'm not paranoid about it. (I bought 250lb fishing line to attach my GPU to the top of my case just incase it might ever ever become a problem.)

>> No.57989959

>>57989788
Are there fancy dual chamber cases that let me run intake air through the radiator and straight out of the case again? Why is nobody making use of the advantage of the freedom of placement of the radiator that comes with the tubes?

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https://www.pccasegear.com/category/193_1829/graphics-cards/geforce-gtx-1070

Which one is the best? Preferably closer to $600 price range.
PCCG only because I have $129 store credit for them from a warranty return.
My card right now is a 560ti because my 7950 shat itself and AMD refuse to reveal the 490.
I just wanna play modern games.

>> No.57989966

>intel chip
>no gpu
>no ricer shit like lights
>play a 'demanding' game
>power goes out somehow

>> No.57990027
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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/VhJkHN

Currently piecing this together. Second build. Will keep me warm this winter

>> No.57990106

>>57990027
>CrossFire
More like housefire. That CPU plus one of the GPUs is enough to heat a medium sized room, unless your in Siberia.

>> No.57990214

>>57990106
Realistically, I should have went with a full atx case, but I believe the doubling down on cooling with the kraken and noctua fans will do the trick

>> No.57990277

>>57990214
Have you considered Noctua's industrial grade fans?

>> No.57990309

>>57989792
Underrated post, holy kek

>> No.57990435

>>57990277
I have. I decided to go with the fans I did because of the way the fan hub in the NZXT cases work. The hub has this thing where if you hook up the kraken x61 to the hub, and the hub to the sys fan header, you can control everything from NZXT's CAM software in explorer. The hub takes 3-pin fans only, so that ruled out like 80% of the noctua fans that were available

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>>57990277
Have you considered a Rolls Royce RB211 turbo fan?
It's just as silent and even better cooling

>> No.57990469

>>57990455
You do know that the temperature of the air leaving the first stage of the compressor exceeds the melting point of most common steel alloys?

>> No.57990482

>>57990469
That's why you buy a plastic case not memesteel

>> No.57990491

>>57990469
That's why you buy titanium components. Fucking poorfag

>> No.57990501
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>>57989575

>About cable management? I suggest you google how it's done properly and redo it. BEFORE even replying to my post.
no, but im lazy, going to tear it open to add new stuff within a week or two, and havnt used the pc enough for the PSU fan to come on, so I dont feel any rush to ziptie a couple cables that im just going to cut off in a few weeks time anyways

and I'm not married to the current arrangement of its guts, hence why im here looking for some CONSTRUCTIVE feedback

>4 way SLI or what? No matter how old this thing is gonna get, it's never gonna use 850W or anywhere close.
a second video card, a third card for rendering software in a year or two when i have extra $

PC picker said it would probably use a little under 400W, various internet guides suggested buying a psu rated double what you expect your build to consume, for errors and expansions, and the 750W and 850W psu's were the exact same price, so why not err on the side of extra caution if i can do it for free? also pic related, im not worried about paying extra on my consumers bill

>That's actually a pretty good deal, even if you don't know how to make use of it.
thanks, I planned on getting the VII hero but it was out of stock by the time I loaded the page, but the extreme assembly was still in stock, and on sale to be the exact same price, so i splurged


>WTF, seriously. Where is it supposed to direct airflow to even?
PSU fan is pointed up right at my graphics card, which has two fans pointing strait down back at the PSU's fan
My thought was to blow extra air from the front to back, so the Videocard doesnt have a stream of hot air on it directly from the psu

the velcro'ing ssd's was a joke, was hoping no one would actually suggest it
and the thermal paste is fine, I did it twice just to double check, but ive been putting thermal paste on processors since the 90's, so I'm not too worried

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>>57989669
?

>> No.57990540
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>>57990501
Do you even know which way your fans blow?

>> No.57990622

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nPQyHN
No idea what I'm doing. Will this even work together. I'm trying to stay sub $800 but I need to be able to play 4k videos on a large screen. Idk which CPU's or GPU's are good

>> No.57990639

Friends first pc suggestions welcome.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/BRvQcc

>> No.57990649

>>57990622
I'd spend $10 more on a psu, 500w should give you more working room

>> No.57990675

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KMgXYr

Someone said the Sapphire Radeon RX 480 8GB NITRO+ Video Card is shit and to go with something else. Of course, no other suggestions.

Also, they said the power may be too low? It has it as a little over 400W and the supply is 550W Gold.

>> No.57990682
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>>57990540
front two, intake
top 2 (and meme radiator) outake
that bugger on the bottom? its blowing backwords, takes air from the front of the case and throws it into the back
purple fan on back is outflow

so air comes in the pc's front and bottom, air exits the top and back

kinda like pic related, assuming their Psu is blowing upwards


Im here to learn, what would you do different besides killmyself and pay someone else to do it for me?

>> No.57990699

>>57990682
Both the PSUs and gpus fans suck, it would be pulling against each other with the psu fan pointed up. A lot of cases have a bottom dust filter so you can mount your psu fan-down, because it sucks in fresh air and blows it out the back

>> No.57990711

>>57990682
Not him, but your PSU is upside down. You have the fan downwards. The PSU fan is an intake and pushes it out the back of your case.

>> No.57991008
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>>57990699
>Both the PSUs and gpus fans suck, it would be pulling against each other with the psu fan pointed up. A lot of cases have a bottom dust filter so you can mount your psu fan-down, because it sucks in fresh air and blows it out the back
shit now that you mention it i do remember reading that the psu's fan is an intake
so the videocard will be fine if not even better without that extra fan down there then?
is flipping the psu again going to make a drastic impact on it?

is there any other places i should add the sixth fan to (another on the top, or partially overlapping a front one), or just keep it as a backup for when one of the stock fans breaks?

>>57990711
yes my psu is upside down, I have a cat, and tons of dust/hair in my house, so I flipped it because I was worried about clogging it on a semi-carpeted floor
think that the dust filter will be enough to compensate for that? or would flipping the psu over cause it to clog up every few months or so?


heres a second better lit pic, cropped down to 4mb

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>>57985072
>>57986849

>> No.57991069

>>57991008
>wrapping cables into coils

I hope your shit melts, did you case not come with any feet? It seems to sit flush on the ground, which would be bad for a bottom-feeding PSU.

>> No.57991177

>>57991008
I'm a newbie to PC building and what the fuck is this.

>> No.57991262

How come no company has been brave enough to get rid of the cables in a computer? Imagine how much more room there'd be!

>> No.57991264

>>57990501
>no, but im lazy, going to tear it open to add new stuff within a week or two, and havnt used the pc enough for the PSU fan to come on, so I dont feel any rush to ziptie a couple cables that im just going to cut off in a few weeks time anyways

Nobody is talking about permanently tying cables up but if you're too lazy to even route cables from the PSU through a grommet and then back closest to where they go, you'll probably be too lazy to do any cable management later.

>that rollercoaster around the water hoses
>that dangling fan controller

>>57991177
More money than sense: the build

This has to be bait.

>> No.57991283
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>>57991069
It has feet, looks like it sits about an inch off of the ground, so not that great for venting out the bottom, which is why I worried about being able to use the bottom of it to vent

so wrapped cables melting together is a problem? I just assumed cable management meant reducing sources of turbulance and increasing airflow (and organization cables/stop fans from getting caught on shit)

I suppose ill just ask now where I should look for cable management tips, and save myself a couple more insults

>> No.57991306

>>57991069
>coils producing heat
oh shit I somehow completely forgot that that's a thing on my most recent build, is it actually a legitmate concern on small cables though? (we're talking small as in 4pin fan cable small. I'm guessing no but then again I'm not an electrical engineer)

>> No.57991311

>>57991283
>Where should I look for cable management tips
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=cable+management+tips

>> No.57991425

>>57990682

>outake

>> No.57991590
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>>57991283
The problem with coiled cables is with heat dispersion. If cable A and cable B are both tangled looping around each other, heat can build easily between the areas where they touch and the flow of air through the case can't easily carry it away. (You're not going to get heating via fucking induction with some haphazardly looped cables inside a PC case though, fuck no.)

Invest in a bag of assorted cable ties (and a pair of scissors if you don't have any) they work fucking wonders for cable management and anyone who claims to have good cabling without even a couple of them is either a filthy liar or has spent extra on fancier solutions. Generally just try to keep shit in sensible places, check where things go when they're plugged in, where they're coming from, where they COULD go and find good paths for them. This is where the cable ties come in handy, nearly every cable will inevitably have slack even after it's plugged in, use the ties to sort that shit out and keep dangling lengths of cable neat against unused surfaces and away from fans. Try to 'batch' cables going the same place together as well, that will make them easier to manage and guide through the case.

Personally if I were you I'd see if I couldn't remove most of that drive cage at the bottom that your SSD sitting in, either through taking sections off (it looks like one of corsairs extendable drive cage things. I just totally removed the one in my air540) or just pulling it out wholesale and finding another solid place for the SSD. That'd straight away give you a bunch more space for cables to move at the bottom.

>> No.57991670

Can I use a PCIe x16 slot for two x8 cards?

>> No.57991719

>>57991008
>yes my psu is upside down, I have a cat, and tons of dust/hair in my house, so I flipped it because I was worried about clogging it on a semi-carpeted floor
think that the dust filter will be enough to compensate for that? or would flipping the psu over cause it to clog up every few months or so?

I have 1 cat and 3 dogs that shed like there's no tomorrow. My case is mostly just dust and virtually no fur. Filters work.

>> No.57991892
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>>57991590
Firstly I thank and commend you for a reply that wasnt just an insult,

Yea i have a bunch of zipties that came with various parts, I was assuming looping the cables together was similar or close to the same as "batching" the cables up, Ive been waiting to do the cabeling properly after i decide on the internal setup, kinda a measure twice, cut once type of situation

the drive cage at the bottom can be moved all the way to the front of the case(the case comes with two drive cages, both are removable), I only moved it back so Id have a place to screw in that extra fan on the bottom, which I think Im going to take out anyways.
Im debating putting the fan expansion card right above the SSD inside of the cage , or would it make sense to store the ssd in one of the empty optical disk slotsup top, so theres nothing on the bottom of my pc besides the psu?

>>57991719
cool, my dog passed away a month or two ago but I bet theres still 80lbs or so of his hair in the house, So I was trying to be a little overzealous in my quest for a cleaner pc (without positive pressure)

but from the sounds of it I need to go back and reinstall my pcu now

thanks for the tips everyone, but its bedtime now, ill be back in a few days with new pics

>> No.57992373
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I know I posted this in guts, but I have a question about my setup. I'm going to upgrade from 8gb to 16gb ddr4 ram since there are some games already (just cause 3) where 8gb is causing stuttering. My question is, aesthetics wise, should I get 2 white ram sticks so it's alternating white/black, or just go 4 solid black? I'm not sure yet, there's kind of a black/white theme forming after I added the couple corsair fans

>> No.57992926

>>57989399
>fermi
found your problem

>> No.57993042

AUSfag
can anyone recommend some good speakers between 100-200 AUD?

>> No.57993058

>>57993042
JBL LSR350. It's not even a question as to whether or not you should save up for these.The memes are all true about these things. They're great for the money

>> No.57993094

>>57989874
that's why desktop is better. someone beg origenae to make the x11 again and sell them in north america also beg enzotech to make the extreme-x cooler again because that nh-d15 will not fucking fit

>> No.57993133

I'm about to pull the trigger on the following:

CPU: Intel i5 6600 (non-k)
GPU: Nvidia 1070 Gigabyte 8GB
Mobo: Asus Z170-P
RAM: Corsair Venegance LPX DDR (16GB, 3000MHz)
PSU: SilentiumPC Vero M1 600W
Case: SilentiumPC Gladius M35
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 1TB 7200 RPM
SDD: Samsung 850 EVO 1TB

Anyone see any glaring issues with this? I'm not really looking for suggestions, just wondering if it'll work fine

>> No.57993159

>>57993133
get a more expensive psu

>> No.57993169

>>57993159
The one I chose has over 200+ positive opinions in the store I'm going to buy things at.
It also has a 90% efficency guarantee, so I don't think it'll cause problems

>> No.57993186

>>57993169
get a seasonic

>> No.57993208

>>57993186
All of those are ridiculously expensive and overpowered
none with the exception of two or three are even modular.

>> No.57993265

>>57993058
do you mean the 305's?
if not pls link?
thanks for the suggestion

>> No.57993444

>>57990535
I did ground myself

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>>57993208
>none with the exception of two or three are even modular.

>> No.57993589
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>>57989206
>don't the slightest of fucks about airflow and just throw the cables wherever?
>implying that amount of cables has any measurable effect on airflow
You can't be serious.

>> No.57993602

>>57992926
Eh, I got it for free. Would upgrade to a 660 for cheap if I didn't have $80 in the bank.

>> No.57993628
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Does anyone know if this is a decent monitor or if there's anything actually wrong with it?

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/lenovo-li2264d-21-5-ips-led-hd-monitor-black/5203101.p?skuId=5203101

>Pic related

Specs:

-IPS
-1920 x 1080
-75Hz
-7 ms response time
21.5"
-HDMI and VGA (no DVI)
-178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles
-3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 typical)
-250 cd/m2 brightness

>> No.57993703

>>57993628
Personally I wouldn't buy it.
Mainly because of the stand looking like a flimsy piece of shit and not having support for a VESA mount.
It also has no Displayport, which is a huge minus in my book.

But aside from that it looks like a decent monitor on paper, and it is cheap as shit, so go for it if those things don't bother you I guess.

>> No.57993718

>>57993484
>500 W system
>lowest on the list is 650W
>90$
you do realize that the psu I chose has the same certs and shit for half the price and is only 600W, right?
I had a 550W one, but it went out of stock.

>> No.57993835

>>57993718
Don't be surprised if something happens then.

Your PC, your stuff.

>> No.57993929
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57993929

Currently on a z77 motherboard and 4670k. Thinking about a refresher. If all i was grabbing was mobo + processor + ram with a budget of around 400, what would you recommend?

>> No.57993986

>>57993929
Nothing. CPU and mobo are still fine, RAM only if you need more, that's it.

>> No.57993997
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>>57983510
But what you actually end up with a few grains of rice is a blob in the middle and 1/2 of the cooler not even coming to contact with the heat spreader.
People say smearing is bad too, then what's the perfect way?

>> No.57994009

>>57993133
>Silentium PC
Kurwa polski?
>6600 non-k
>Z170
For what purpose?
>Gigabyte 1070
Get a Palit Jetstream if it's available.

>> No.57994019

>>57993133
>>57994009
Just noticed it's non-k too.

Bit of a stupid buy if you ask me, you might as well get a cheap motherboard if you go with the nonk, as you won't be overclocking.

Spend a little dough thouhg, and you'll be able to overclock it.

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>>57983357
>Thermal Paste Edition
How is my paste? This triggered /pcbg/ when I did it.

Two months later, still doing fine. Never breaks 40c, usually idles at 30c.

>> No.57994086

>>57994067
There is no ideal way, don't worry, if it works, great.

>> No.57994104
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>Partpicker says cooler that fits, but is incredibly tight in the case, won't fit/isn't compatible
>Partpicker says the cooler that doesn't fit on my MOBO or in my case fits fine

Compatibility Filter is dead to me. In other news, my build is almost done. Before and Afters soon bois.

>> No.57994125

>>57993986
Figured as much. Guess I'll invest in a new monitor or something instead

>> No.57994193

>>57993929
>4670k
>z77
!!!

>> No.57994227

When you split an 8 pin cpu connector, does it matter which half you plug into the mobo?

>> No.57994281

>>57994125
Or simply save it. If you don't notice anything "bad" about your setup, don't forcefully upgrade it.

>> No.57994659

>>57993997
CPU dies are tiny, you don't need to have every single part of the surface covered in what is essentially just liquid metal

>> No.57994860

>>57994659
>CPU dies are tiny, you don't need to have every single part of the surface covered in what is essentially just liquid metal
The heatspreader is a flat heat pipe you dip, at least on all the newer CPUs, not old AMDs, it's point is to quickly grab the heat from the tiny die and spread it to the other side on a larger volume for the heatsink to cool.

It's an actual active component not just a slab, having not all of it covered actually lessers cooling performance.

>> No.57994869
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what youll think of this build

>> No.57994887

>>57994869
AIRFLOW IS A MEME/10

>> No.57994995

>>57994887

Airflow is actually important to the longevity of most metals. Metal oxidizes much quicker when kept in contact with stale air.

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57995049

Hello /pcbg/
Could you recommend me some nice reliable z170 motherboard around $130?
Also, I'm a little bit worried about skylake cpu bending. Is there any way to prevent this (inb4: not buying)?

>> No.57995141

>>57989963
Nigga you could get a GTX 1070 in amazon for $400
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01GX5YWAO/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1481711615&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=gtx+1070&dpPl=1&dpID=51GxewqjOoL&ref=plSrch

>> No.57995212

>>57994995
But cablemanagement for airflow is a meme

>> No.57995459
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So I got a new case and a H115i, this is the first time I've ever had a radiotor and the first time I've ever used fan control software. Currently I'm using corsair link but I have a feeling there's probably better alternatives with greater functionality? This link shit is annoying because if I set the fans on the H115i to actually respond to the CPU temp then the fans go apeshit for a few seconds every time I do anything, but with them set to monitor the H115i temps they're fine and it doesn't seem to effect my temps at all, but when searching around I saw some people saying that's not a good thing to do because then it isn't reponding the actual temps the CPU is reaching but rather the temp of the coolant in the rad system which will always be less than the CPU itself, causing potential cooling issues under high load.

>> No.57995623

>>57983357
Is there really that huge a difference between SSDs? I'm getting a 1070, probably get a 250gb ssd and a 1tb hdd, which ssd should I get? They range from 90 dollars to like 300 dollars for that size. Does it make a difference?

>> No.57995643

>>57994869
That build is awesome man.
In other news, isn't it crazy that those planes ran into those towers? I hope bush does something about it.

>> No.57995729

>Intel i3-6300 Dual Core Processor 3.8GHz LGA1151
or
>AMD FX-8350 4.0 8-Core AM3+ Processor

Which is better for gaming and photoshop?

>> No.57995798

>>57995729
the i3

>> No.57995810

>>57995798
Why?

>> No.57995837

>>57995810
Because it's cheaper, better value, with newer architecture and higher single-core clock speeds. If you weren't such a cheap cunt you'd be going for a 6600k or a 6700k, so I assume value is important to you.

>> No.57995945

Build a PC now or wait for AMD to release Ryzen and hope that Intel will lower it's prices on their higher end CPUs?

>> No.57996024

>>57995729
Ignore the >>57995837 faggot

Go for the FX, more cores, ACTUAL cores, single core performance is almost the same, even today games are already optimised for 2 or more cores. Multicore performance is significantly better, you can actually leave your browser open when playing.

The FX memory performance is also way better then the i3's, specially good for games, like Fallout 4. It can actually use 1866MHz memory, the i3 is limited to 1333Mhz.

The i3 also has a on-die GPU, it's an awful CPU if you're going to use a dedicated GPU anyways.

>> No.57996035

>>57996024
The FX also overclocks well on air
I had a FX-6350, ran it at 5GHz with air cooling for 3 years without and ill effects, sold it, it was still working great.

>> No.57996063

>>57995837
>Because it's cheaper
>exactly the same price
wut

>better value
>same price for a worse performing chip
wut

>> No.57996099
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57996099

Is it possible to power a gtx 1050 mini with a SINGLE 6 pin molex to SINGLE SATA 15 pin power with onboard sata 15 pin power on thin itx?

Like in this pic: the sata power is onboard next to the sata connections.

>> No.57996144

>>57984102
well, i kinda think you can sell all them vents that cool fire that is AMD gpus and with that money(maybe add little) you can buy highly capable AIO(aio's actualy turning realy good and cheap in last couple of years)

>> No.57996154

>>57995049
The bending is a myth. Click bait tech site finds the largest, heaviest cooler on the market, installed it using a power drill, and then jostled the case around. The scythe cooler used in the article was subsequently redesigned so that it was to Intels spec. Its a non-issue and Im really curious as to why people still believe that.

>> No.57996159

>>57996099
>6 pin molex
what year is it

>> No.57996194

>>57996159

So the GPUs that still come out every year that have single 6 pin and 8pin molex connectors, are "ancient".

That really made me think.

>> No.57996414

>>57996194
Is this bait?

>> No.57996441

>>57994860
this
always concerned me

>> No.57996654

>>57993929
I wouldn't. The best you could get would be a 6600k + new MOBO and RAM, and that's frankly not even close to worth it. Maybe get a 4790k?

>> No.57996772

>>57996099
>6 pin molex
>>57996194
>6 pin and 8pin molex connectors
>molex for a fucking GPU
>MOLEX
time to re-educate yourself on the lingo

>> No.57996819

>>57996772
Kek, look at doofus here, he doesn't know what molex connectors are.

Molex made them way before Foxconn

>> No.57996899
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57996899

Sup /g/
I finally decided to get my self a new rig for entry level 3d modeling and occasional gaming. My budget is around $350. Would that be enough for a dicent Intel quadcore CPU, midrange motherboard, 8 gig of ram and ok-ish heatsink?
Any suggestions whitch CPU/motherboard/RAM should i pick?
Region: Ukraine

>> No.57996914

New PC builder here.

I'm confounded about PSU cables. Are they universal?

My new build is an NCASE M1 with a Corsair SF450.

I'd like the shortest cables possible for the case, since the packaged ones are pretty long for the NCASE and I want less cable clutter.

I haven't been able to find these cables, perhaps because they don't exist.

6 pin male to SATA power female (every single one online is SATA power male; why!?)
8 pin PCI-E male to 4 pin male (CPU)
8 pin PCI-E male to 6 pin male (for the GPU)
And finally a male-to-male Motherboard cable

Thanks.

>> No.57996924

>>57996899
no
save more
you will never be able to do any sort of level 3d modelling with 350 dollars, especially when you live in the arse end of the world.
t. Australian

>> No.57996925

>>57996899
Decent would be at least double the budget, unless you go second hand, then it's still hard to accomplish that.

>> No.57996946

>>57996924
>especially when you live in the arse end of the world
eastern yuropoor here, second hand shit is cheap as fuck here, you can get a used 980 for under 100€ if you bother to look for a few days

>> No.57996960

>>57995049
Asus Z170-A or Gigabyte Z170X-UD3.

>> No.57996972

>>57996946
>cheap secondhand cpu
Enjoy your heat damage.

>> No.57997002

>>57996972
Don't be a retard when buying CPUs, get one with warranty

>> No.57997021

>>57995623
Yes, but don't overspend. 850 Evo/Pro is the most expensive option you should get, budget SSDs are almost all fine.

>> No.57997039

>>57997021
yeah, I thought the 850 would be the best option. I play civ 6 and that sort of shit and as far as I know the speed of the hard drive is a contributing factor to the performance of the game, but I'm not well versed enough in the architecture of solid states to understand the difference between a cheap and expensive one.

>> No.57997053

>>57997002
is Ukraine first world? last I heard putin was giving that region the Russian babushka. I know /pol/ has a thing for one of their politicians. Are you in danger of getting shot out in the street?

>> No.57997055

>>57995729
i3 budget gaming and cheap/efficient build, FX for photoshop and muh cores.

>> No.57997092

>>57983357
>Already bought my 6600k and z170-hd3
>in a couple weeks gonna be able to afford the 1070
Did I get memed with the hd3? I got it for 150 bucks (AUD). As far as I can read online it's simply an entry-level z170 series board with nothing special. It will run a 1070 and a couple monitors, right?

>> No.57997097

>>57997053
I said eastern yuropoor, not ukraine faggot
All I know about Ukraine is, that the north-west part is fine.

>> No.57997132

>>57997097
when you compare the money you save between getting a brand new cpu and one that is recent enough to do 3d modelling and have warranty and isn't burnt the fuck out, is it even worth the risk you run buying anything secondhand? I'd rather get it in a nice box and with peace of mind for 20 bucks extra.

>> No.57997144
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57997144

>>57996924
>>57996925
Ok. What's the best (CPU, motherboard, RAM and heatsink) I can get for 350 bucks +/- $30?

>> No.57997147

>>57996899
>350$
>a useful build
Not going to happen.

>> No.57997173

>>57997144
you mean usd? what even is Ukrainian currency?
dude, take my advice and save more money. I recently forked out more than your whole budget for a cpu alone. If you're a neet trade your good boy points or mow some lawns or something. 350 won't give you anything worth the money spent. Something tells me you're an underageb& who's getting some cash for Christmas, so do chores for your parents and earn more.

>> No.57997185

>>57997132
I think so, knowing that I can get for example a i5-4690 from the local IT shop, second hand for 50€ with 3 or 6 month warranty without any extra pay VS getting one new for around 200€.

Worth to me.

>> No.57997196

>>57997173
He said $, are you fucking blind?

>> No.57997202

>>57997185
sounds like you're getting ripped off in some way, shape or form buddy. Idk if you guys are communists or socialists or whatever, but in capitalism nobody makes money doing business like that

>> No.57997215

>>57997196
>There is only one type of dollar
What did he mean by this?

>> No.57997237

>>57997202
Nah, I have been actively dealing with this shit for over a decade.

Companies upgrade often, there's a lot of cheap quite new hardware for the second hand market coming in all the time. People upgrade often, giving their few year old computers away to the shop for a few % discount.

Also no, free market here.

>> No.57997255

>>57997215
If someone uses the dollar sign, it's US dollar, if it's any other dollar, it's preceded by the country or written out, like C$ or CAD or AUD.

Please bitch, learn.

>> No.57997270

>>57997237
Yeah you're probably right. I live in a place full of tradies so nobody really has any builds that I know of in my area. I just forked out over $1800 for a 6600k 1070 build just because of shipping.
>>57997255
Want to know how I know you're American?

>> No.57997285
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57997285

>>57995643

>> No.57997343

>>57997270
>Want to know how I know you're American?
I'm actually:

>>57997237
>>57997185
>>57997097
>>57997002
>>57996946

Far from America.

>> No.57997363

>>57996899
Could get double Xeon X56XX's and a server mobo for like 70 bucks?
30 dollars for some ECC ram, some shitheap EVGA/Seasonic PSU and spend the rest on a brand new GPU

>>57996972
>heat damage to CPU
daily reminder that these kind of retards are your nr. 1 easy way of getting great shit for cheap prices

>> No.57997373

>>57997363
>daily reminder that these kind of retards are your nr. 1 easy way of getting great shit for cheap prices
kek

>> No.57997402

>>57997363
>>57996899
>entry level 3d modeling
oh wait you could get an even cheaper i5 build in that case

>> No.57997794

Should I get a 1070 or a rx 480 for 1080p 60fps gaming?
What CPU should I get if I want to play emulators like Cemu and Dolphin?

>> No.57997831

>>57997794
1070 if it doesn't cost too much compared to the rx 480
an i5 brand

>> No.57997833

>>57997794
>Should I get a 1070 or a rx 480 for 1080p 60fps gaming?
>>>/v/

>What CPU should I get if I want to play emulators like Cemu and Dolphin?
>>>/vr/

>> No.57997859

>>57997185
>the local IT shop
my local shop has a basic Asus 1070 for 585€. LMAO

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57997931

>>57997363
>Could get double Xeon X56XX's and a server mobo for like 70 bucks?
1366 motherboards extremely rare.
Besides, I do not wat to mess with used motherboards.
>>57997402
>oh wait you could get an even cheaper i5 build in that case
Please, can you be more specific?

>> No.57997943

>>57997931
>1366 motherboards extremely rare.
>looking at ebay
>after 2013s changes

>> No.57998046

>>57997943
>>looking at ebay
>ebay
>Ukraine
A little too much fuss for me. And delivery can take forever.

>> No.57998055

>>57998046
Oh no I'm implying that nobody should look for ebay when it comes to computer parts, delivery is going to be long as fuck no matter where you buy if you want to go cheap routes.

>> No.57998082

https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/jBFZXH this rig will be for graphic design (3d rendering) art stuff (I do online comics) and some light gaming that will be CPU heavy hence the i7. The i7 the case and the windows install won't change. Any other suggestions will be welcome though.

>> No.57998098

>>57998082
pcpartpicker is broken? I can't find the SSD

>> No.57998115

>>57998098
No ssd as of yet I need to find the most reliable one or one from a good company that has a good record. Any suggestions ?

>> No.57998141

>>57998098
Also I would love one for my OS. So I want that one one of the ones that look like RAM modules but smaller. Sorry I'm not incredibly techy I'm just doing what I can with what I have.

>> No.57998150

>>57998082
>light gaming
>hence the i7

>>57998115
850evo

>> No.57998155

>>57998115
Dunno, literary all the budget ones I have gotten 120-240GB have been working fine for years.
Like Corsair or Kingston, I just check online that the speeds are OK as advertised.

>> No.57998185

>>57998115
Samsung 850 Pro, the Evo is cheaper and very similar.

>> No.57998189

>>57998141
Your MB, doesn't support those, you'd have to go for a newer MB with a newer chipset, socket, CPU generation and DDR4 RAM.

>> No.57998205

>>57998189
>DDR4 RAM.
Don't need DDR4 for m.2

>> No.57998207

>>57998150
I said light gaming that will be CPU heavy. Things like arma and other titles that rely heavily on CPU performance. Also will be doing 3d rendering so I need it.
Also changed things slightly. How's this ?
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/jRTzXH

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57998224

>>57998189
Holy fuck, what is this? I must be going crazy.

>> No.57998227

>>57998082
>this rig
>not Skylake
>"""""art"""""
>700W PSU
>buying Windows
Autism / 10.

>> No.57998232

>>57998207
Very sexy now!
Still better then DDR4 systems for the same price.

>> No.57998243

>>57998227
The 700 watt PSU is for being able to put another GPU in there after I get bored of only having one.
Don't need skylake just yet because it's not that much better and much more expensive.
Also windows for my editing software. And some art programmes because they aren't friendly with Linux.

>> No.57998244

>>57998224
Why the hell doesn't my Z97 MB have one of those? :^(

>> No.57998261

>>57998244
Different revision?

>> No.57998267

>>57998224
That's an M.2 slot, but since that's a Z97 board, it's a PCIe Gen 2.0 4x or SATA-bound. It will cause some higher end M.2 SSDs to throttle due to bandwidth limitations (they now run at PCIe Gen 3.0 4x, or over double the bandwidth)
>>57998244
Because it's an option

>> No.57998268

>>57983357
>Remember to reapply your thermal paste once in a while.
>Good choices are: Noctua NT-H1, Thermal Grizzy Kryonaut and Prolimatech PK-2/3 Nano.

Fucken idiot. You recommend shit pastes that's why you gotta reapply, the MX-4 is going to last more than your motherboard (I think it has at least a 8 year "lifespan")

>> No.57998283

>>57998268
It's a joke, retard.

>> No.57998290

I've used Prolimatech on my laptop twice, and while initial temps are great, the shit goes bad in a matter of weeks. I get better long term results with just Arctic Silver 5.

>> No.57998293

>>57998224
fags

>> No.57998295

>>57998267
PCIe 2.0 at 4x is 2 GB/s, no M.2 doesn't even do those speeds.

>> No.57998303

>>57998283
You're the retard, you actually have to reapply a lot of pastes after a few years because they lose conductibility. How much that influences you is up for debate but it's far from being a meme.

>> No.57998308

>>57998283
>PC building general
>literary a thread for noobs
>lets joke about PC building, no way they won't misinterpret that

wut

>> No.57998322

>>57998290
Go for Arctic MX-4 ESPECIALLY for laptops.
1. It doesn't have a "breaking in" period so you get the full effect from the start.
2. It lasts longer than Arctic Silver
3. Probably the most important for laptops. IT'S NOT ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE (unlike AC5)

>> No.57998343

>>57998267
>but since that's a Z97 board, it's a PCIe Gen 2.0 4x

I haven't kept up to date to Intel jewing their boards, but I thought they used PCIE v3 ever since Ivy Bridge (aka Z77)? My Z77X definitely can do v3.

>> No.57998350

>>57998295
It won't but the controllers inside the SSDs have been proven to throttle themselves if you reduce the number of lanes available to it. Most notably, all M.2 NVMe SSDs will see reduced random small file performance and increased latencies. I'm guessing that the PCIe 3.0 protocol slightly differs in their ability to manage larger number of calls through the interface or the Jewing is intense with this one.

>> No.57998393

>>57998350
Literary unoticable difference, just looked up benchmarks.

Also, SSD controllers throttle because of heat and not because the bus, please don't spread bullshit.

>> No.57998411

>>57998283
It's not, retard.

>> No.57998447

>>57998343
All Z97 (with the exception of three from ASRock, which I'll go into detail later) use PCIe lanes from the chipset for the M.2 slot. Z87/97 chipsets only have PCIe Gen 2.0 lanes, thus nearly all Z97 boards are limited to those speeds. As of Sunrise Point chipsets, those are now PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes, thus all Z170 boards will have M.2 speeds at the full specification.

ASRock did something different by putting a PCIe-to-M.2 controller on their Extreme6 and Extreme9 boards to divert x4 lanes of Gen 3.0 directly from the CPU (normally used for graphics card) for the M.2 slot. This is branded as the Ultra M.2 on ASRock's website. Unfortunately, since it takes away 4 lanes from the 16 available from the CPU, it will prevent SLI
configuration for most modern Nvidia cards.
>>57998393
It's not bullshit. Random performance does take a hit, peak sequential performance also takes a slight hit, and latency does increase. I've run my own tests with an XP941, SM951, 950 PRO, and an OCZ RD400 on both a Z97 motherboard and an add-in card. There is a difference for all of them, although it's not by much. Don't talk shit unless you've actually tested them yourself.

>> No.57998488

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vHWBzM

My current build. What should I upgrade next? I really only use it for gaming at the moment, would upgrading to 16GB of RAM be worth it?

also rate

>> No.57998523

>>57998488
Decent build.
I wouldn't get 16GIB yet.
Maybe an SSD.

>> No.57998575

>>57998523
i actually have an SSD already, that list was outdated
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vXfFm8
didn't notice

>> No.57998621

>>57998575
desu I wouldn't add anything to this build right now

>> No.57998874

>>57998488
>>57998575
Nothing to upgrade unless you feel the need to.

>> No.57999409
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57999409

bought a HD7750 in 2012

thinkgen of upgrading to RX 460 now

I play the occasional Sven Coop, Duck Game, TF2, My Summer Car, Cities Skylines and other lower-demanding games like that, but even with those you can feel the stutter (HD7750 was low end in 2012, even shittier by today's standards)

I need a silent card with low power consumption, would this be a good choice in the 120-130€ range? Is 4GB video memory worth the extra 15€?

>> No.57999428

>decide to build new computer
>spent about $300 on black friday / cyber monday
>specs:
AMD A10-7860K
Biostar Hi-Fi A70U3P Rev 6.2
2 x 8 GB Mushkin Blackline @ 1.5v PC3-17000
2 x 3 TB HGST SATA III HDD -- (refurbished)
600W Thermaltake Smart Series PSU
Fractal Design Core 1100 Case
>take my sweet time assembling machine
>hours in fact
>nice and quiet private project time
>finally done
>button up case
>admire my new box
>don't even bother powering it up for almost a week
>night of the full moon
>finally power up new machine for first time
>fiddle around in bios
>run memtest for hours
>haven't even bothered installing os yet because:
My 3TB enterprise drives already have partitions and file structures from whatever server they were pulled from.
>plan on getting that juicy pay-data
>uncertain which mode each hdd should be in:
Legacy
Normal SATA
AHCI SATA
Something Else?
>how do i scavenge data from used enterprise drives?
I made an Alt Linux Rescue LiveUSB with photorec etc on it... anyone wanna refresh me briefly (or share similar experiences)?

>> No.57999436

>>57999409
>RX 460 for 120 EUR
where

>> No.57999440

>>57999436
amazon.de

>> No.57999441

>>57999436
Literary anywhere

>> No.57999452

>>57999428
>2 x 3 TB HGST SATA III HDD -- (refurbished)
Refurbished HDD?
Enjoy your old _literarry_ enterprise server junk

>> No.57999464

>>57999428
>uncertain which mode each hdd should be
AHCI SATA
You are new, aren't you?

>> No.57999479

>>57999409
Get a 480, it's literary 60€ more but it's worth it.

>> No.57999520

>>57999479
>tfw got a RX 480 for free because I had a chinese friend who swipes them constantly from factories
how long until he gets executed by his CEO

>> No.57999568

>>57999520
or kills he's CEO and becomes the new CEO
...that's how it works there, right?

>> No.57999570

>>57999452
The drives are absolutely fine.
>he doesn't take advantage of the insanely good manufacturer refurbished and recertified hitachi enterprise hard drives which are occasionally for sale on newegg for insanely low price-per-gigabyte
Seriously, bro, do yourself a favor and read the reviews.
>got two of these when they were $50 each:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA5AD4PR5870&cm_re=3tb_hard_drive-_-1Z4-001J-00224-_-Product

>> No.57999580

>>57999568
could be cool

>> No.57999638

>>57999464
It's literally been about two years since my last build, but I did kinda figure these drives were *probably* set up as AHCI SATA in the server(s) they were pulled from.
>nearly sequential serial numbers: xxxx331 & xxxx333
>still wonder tho as they appear in Legacy mode on new box and were built in like 2012

>> No.57999689

>>57999638
You have to change it to AHCI manually.
They appear as Legacy because compatibility reasons.

Beware when changing your boot drive, you need to boot Windows in safe-mode first and change the registry to AHCI before changing the settings in BIOS/EFI.

>> No.58000027

I'm upgrading a stock Asus M11BB with https://pcpartpicker.com/list/WTJkHN (the vga should be a mini 3gb 1060 rather than the windforce one), will they fit? My budget is around 670€ (Spaghettifag here) if you have any recc

>> No.58000082

>>57999428
>Biostar
LOL.

>> No.58000369

>>58000027
>putting a link in the middle of the fucking line
Get cancer and die.
>will they fit?
No idea. Look how much space you have in your case and compare it to the cards dimensions.
Here's a B150 + 6400 + 1060 3G mini build. No idea about your case/cooling, guess it's shit so i added 2 fans: https://it.pcpartpicker.com/list/tydrqk
If your build is for gaming only you should probably get a i3 budget gaming build. It's cheaper overall or allows you to get a better GPU for the same total price.

>> No.58000750

New Thread
>>58000741
>>58000741
>>58000741

>> No.58001023

About to build a new pc, but haven't decided on the mobo / cpu yet. I've always fallen for the amd meme but not anymore, I was considering an i7.

>> No.58001632

>>57997343
>"$ always means dollar"
>being this retarded

>> No.58001821

>>58001632
>$ is not dollar
>€ is not euro
>being this retarded

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