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if you want help:
>Assemble parts list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>State the budget for your build (and country if not USA)
>List games/software you use often, as well as your monitor resolution + refresh rate
>Clarify your goal for build improvements: lower price or improved specs?
How to assemble a PC, select components & more (outdated)
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Build_a_PC

CPUs:
No i5 unless discounted
>G4560 - poverty-tier builds
>R3 1200 - Budget builds (<$500)
>R5 1400 - If you need multithreading
>R5 1600 - Best value for higher fps gaming / mixed usage
>R7/Used Xeon/Threadripper - Compute/Multitask/VM/mixed use, not for just gaming

GPUs:
Coin miners have driven price up and stock down, waiting to buy a GPU might be wiser
>VEGA
>Integrated CPU Graphics - Desktop stuff and very light games
>GTX 1050(Ti) - Lower end budget cards, drop settings on newer games, RX560 beaten by both
>RX570 - [email protected]~hz maxed, running most maxed older games at 100~Hz
>RX580 and GTX1060 6GB - [email protected] maxed, [email protected] at lower settings; RX580 better in newer games
>GTX 1070 or Vega 56 - [email protected] /[email protected] at high
>GTX 1080 - [email protected] / [email protected] maxed, [email protected] in a few games; Probably the highest end card you need for 1080p/1440p
>GTX 1080Ti - [email protected] and [email protected] maxed/high in many games

RAM:
>Check your Mobo QVL before buying any RAM
>Ryzen CPUs benefits a lot from high speed RAM, 3200 MHz is ideal

General:
ALWAYS LOOK AT PRODUCT REVIEWS!
Always consider an SSD. Try buying a large SSD for what you'd pay for your SSD+HDD combined, and add a HDD later
NVMe SSDs aren't for a faster OS boot, they're for productivity/scratch disk/VMs. NVMe and M.2 are not the same thing, M.2 is a form factor

>> No.62399581 [DELETED] 

got a 1700x build. should I also go for a sceond monitor?

>> No.62399595

>>62399581
>1700x
why thou
worse value than 1700
worse perf than 1800x

>> No.62399599

guys shall I get a sapphire vega 56 or a 1070 MSI/ASUS it's almost on the same price

or to wait until ASUS launch the vega gpu series?

>> No.62399632

>>62399599
You can't even buy a vega 56 right now

>> No.62399633 [DELETED] 

>>62399595
was about 5 dollars more than the 1700 when I bought it at microcenter. and the 1800x was 50 more. And I already have a decent cooler that works with am4

>> No.62399660

>>62399483
is am4 aio bracket kit compatible to all coolers?

i mean the thermaltake one is compatible with corsair?

>> No.62399691 [DELETED] 

>>62399633
well 50 more with a shitty board. about 120 with a better one

>> No.62399702

>>62399632
Sorry anon but here where I live I can buy one and it's almost on the same price as the 1070, the thing is did it flopped so hard that I should avoid to buy it at any cost or to wait to buy the asus vega model?

>> No.62399707
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62399707

is there a case with vertical 5.25" bays like this? i can find plenty of "double" cases that have them horizontally but they seem like a waste of space

>> No.62399738
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62399738

why is my 2 year old ssd trah compared to the one i bought today?
both were 150$ at the time i bought them btw. brazy

>> No.62399743

>>62399702
http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-RX-Vega-56-vs-GeForce-GTX-1070

>> No.62399758

>>62399738
aging. maybe improvement of tech and quality

>> No.62399761

>>62399707
what do you want to use the bays for?

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62399772

>>62399738

>> No.62399813

>>62399761
hot swap trays

>> No.62399834

>>62399772
Fill up the new one 60% and test. All of my drives benchmark like dog shit because they're all at 80% use

>> No.62399909

>>62399702
the reference Vega 56 has great OC potential if you are willing to put a custom cooler on it yourself.
Otherwise you are better off waiting for the custom models, but it could be weeks before any are available, let alone cheap.

>> No.62399963

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/y6Rhf8
Critique my build, gonna be using it mainly for music production,some gaming, and light video editing.

Not 100% set on the monitor or graphics card, open to suggestions of course.

>> No.62399990

>>62399963
Step up to a 1080p Meme-sync monitor or spend the shekels on a 1440p version. Also, Ryzen is trash. Wait for Coffee Lake.

>> No.62400048

If G4560 is not available would a G4600 be fine for a office/normalfag PC?
All he cares about is that he is fast so im putting a SSD on it.

>> No.62400099

>>62399963
you'd probably be better off with the 1600 unless the production you plan on doing requires heavy multi threading.

If the 1060 is the GPU consistent with the kind of frames you want for gaming then it's a decent pair with that monitor

>> No.62400101

Im looking for a good monitor for 1080p gaming, I live in Argentina. I can spend 10.000ARS but it's flexible.

>> No.62400153

>>62400048
yeah it's fine

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>>62399813
Horizontal bays are your only choice AFAIK. Air 540 has vertical bays, but only 2.

Any reason not to go with a conventional tower with the front full of 5.25" bays?

>> No.62400239

>>62400209
drives block the airflow

>> No.62400244

>>62399990
Why do you say Ryzen is trash? Isn't the extra cores better for my DAW vs. single core performance?

>> No.62400257

>>62399990
>Covfefe Lake

Have you seen the reviews?

>> No.62400284
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>>62400257
It's not even out yet
wait for official data

>> No.62400322

>>62400244
High temps (over 100c with an AIO) , shit overclocking (stone wall at a puny 4ghz), high powerdraw (220w TDP), bad RAM compatibility, Sandy Bridge IPC, the list goes on. Coffee Lake will have moar corez, overclock to 5GHz and will be a smarter buy.
>>62400257
Yeah, bettee IPC than Poozen.

>> No.62400323

>>62400284
>Air 540
official benchmarks have already released. the 8700k is actually slower and less powerful than a Ryzen 5 1600X.
Official benchmarks were on a preproduction HP Omen with a production ready 8700K

>> No.62400439

>>62400322
There is no IPC improvement with covfefe lake
It's losing to the 1600x

>> No.62400451

>>62400439
>shilling a leak this hard
Ryzen only has Sandy Bridge IPC bucko.

>> No.62400459

>>62400439
No but it went full AMD and added more cores.

>> No.62400495

>>62400451
>>62400459
The 8700k is literally just a 6800k with slightly higher IPC

>> No.62400520

>>62400459
The average person gets along just fine on two cores. /g/ was happy with having four. Then Ryzen comes along with its dogshit clocks so AMD added moar corez to compensate. Now /g/ thinks Ryzen is a godsend when in reality all its done is cemented AMD's placement in the low end/poorfag market.

>> No.62400589

>Intel Core i7‑5775C

What the FUCK is this?

>> No.62400614

>>62400520
The way Ryzen is built, what we got was the worst possible outcome for Ryzen. And it still managed to beat Intel, even if each core was less powerful. Zen 2 is getting a major IPC boost and better overclocking because there is nowhere for Ryzen to go but up.

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>>62400589
That would be one of 2 CPUs released for the mainstream Broadwell generation, which became rebranded as Skylake, which became rebranded as Kaby Lake

>> No.62400686

>>62400244
Just ignore the retarded Intel shill.

>> No.62400707

>>62400589
Gimped unlocked CPU with better graphics.

>> No.62400726

>>62400707
Gimped but unlocked?

>> No.62400743

>finished building computer
>10 ltsb just werks
>ram is stable at 3202MHz 14-14-14-34
>1700 is stable at 3.6GHz at stock voltage (stock cooler and warm room)

life is good boys, feels good to finally have a not shit computer again
>inby the intel shill calls it shit because ryzen

>> No.62400744

>>62400726
Yeah, their main selling point was Iris IGPU which is supposed to be as good as a mid end AMD APU but you cant push them that far.

>> No.62400772

>>62400743
Just a reminder to enter group policy and disable.
>Windows compatibility telemetry service
>Windows Updates
>Windows defender out all things

>> No.62400781

>>62400743
I'm getting my last parts Thursday and I can't wait to build. going from an a8-6600k to ryzen 1700

>> No.62400898

can I safely set my motherboard on a cloth mousepad when building? specifically the extended corsair mm300

>> No.62400932

What monitor under $100 to get? Don't care about gaming.

>> No.62400971

>>62400932
The one at your local thrift store.

>> No.62401019

>>62400781
youre in for a world of difference man. ive used both of those chips and there's a huge difference. fuckin enjoy

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62401043

any reason to upgrade from 4790(non-k) to 1700?

Benchmarks showing single core performance to be basically identical. Is 4 more cores worth $350?

>> No.62401051

>>62401043
do you need the 4 more cores

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62401055

Huh. That Enermax Ostrog Lite case? $25 after rebate & promo code at Fry's right now.

$25 for a case with a basement and pre-plugged top-set front ports.

I'll say this. Enermax may be a no-name brand, but they package a fuckton of value into this little thing.

>> No.62401070

>>62401051
I play gaymes mostly and compile a bit /w python/C

>> No.62401084

>>62401070
wait for zen 2

>> No.62401085

>>62400932
ASUS VS monitors.

>> No.62401086

>>62401043
>Is 4 more cores worth $350?
You're the only one who can answer this question, friend.

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62401139

Is it a bad idea to buy a mobo or cpu this month despite not going to be able to have a functioning rig until early 2018? Should i wait until i have all the dosh at hand or piecemeal a 1200x/b350(ATX)/8gb/gtx670 comp over the next few months?

>> No.62401175

>>62401139
game?

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>>62399483
this is what you get for buying ASUS you fucking cunt.

Worst brand in the world, would literally rather use a shitty PNY or ZOTAC over that cancerous fucking rband.

>> No.62401190

>>62401139
Would be better to wait out until then and see if there's gonna be any good deals in the meantime for what you want. Don't want to spend money now for something you can't use and find out two weeks later there was a good sale for it.

>> No.62401201

>>62401055
Enermax makes some decent fans

That's probably it

>> No.62401218
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62401218

uv cathodes came but i cant fit it in the corner of the case its like 6mm too long, whats the best way to remove some of the acrylic?

>> No.62401222

>>62401055

Enermax was a pretty big brand in power supplies in the 2000s along with Antec and the like, but they pretty much got eclipsed by EVGA, Corsair, and such now

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are 4 core / 4 threads gonna be relevant for the foreseeable future for gaming?

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>>62401175
ETS2 with truck/trailer mods.
>>62401190
I guess ill get on a pcpartpicker. Any recs on (cheapish) non timebomb PSUs? preferably modular because im going to use a enlight 7237 i have laying around to save $50 or so

>> No.62401280

Should I buy this monitor right now?

Usually $650 but only $500 on sale with discount code:

http://www.microcenter.com/product/478876/Agon_AG271QG_27_LED_Gaming_Monitor_w

>27"
>IPS
>2560x1440
>165 Hz
>G-Sync

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>>62401218
its these cubes i need to shorten, thinking about sanding it

>> No.62401306
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62401306

what the fuck is the difference between a core and a thread?

>> No.62401312

>>62401297
im no expert, but that seems like a bad idea

>> No.62401331

>>62401312
theyre is like a good 15mm extra that doesnt need to be on it. ill see if i can find a better pic

>> No.62401355

on a scale of 1 to 10 how bad does a game running at 1440p look on a 4k monitor?

>> No.62401356

>>62399483
>Check your Mobo QVL before buying any RAM
kek

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>>62401331

>> No.62401385

>>62401306
one rapes your ass the other rips a hole in your stomach fucks the hole and then lynches you with your intestines

>> No.62401412

>>62401306
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkdBs21HwF4

>> No.62401436

>>62401306
>Core
Makes operations and stuff.
>Thread
Transports that stuff

>> No.62401464

>Try to order that case from Fry's website
>Their checkout refuses to go through
A technology-based retailer who can't even keep its website operational. 10/10. I wonder why there are so few these days.

>> No.62401514

Has anyone tried the 3200 MHz g-skill flare x with asrock ab350 itx board?

>> No.62401597

>>62401514
>asrock
>ever

>> No.62401612
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>>62401267
Is bomb. AM4 will apparently be a thing until at least 2020. Perfect for poorfags like me.
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/xDNTKZ

>> No.62401643

Link for assembly doesn't work anymore. Does anyone have a different guide or better yet the specific tools I need (down to the philips screwdriver size)?

>> No.62401705

>>62401514
>assrock

>> No.62401715

Asus STRIX vs Zotac AMP Extreme
these are my favorite 1080ti's on the market, here's my dilemma:

>asus strix
>extremely popular

>zotac amp extreme
>higher boost and base clocks

>> No.62401746

>>62401715
I almost bought zotac amp extreme but cancelled order after doing further researching:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiLSxhyiZss&t=85s

>> No.62401786

>>62401715
Zotac is shit

Asus is shit

Do not support any company with such poor customer support.

Buy EVGA. the FTW3 is the best 1080 ti on the market rn.

clocks don't fuckin matter for the 1080 Ti, the FTW3 is so over engineered it'll literally never fuckin break and even if it does,EVGA is the best in the business for customer support.

>> No.62401792

>Order something on Amazon, item wasn't eligible for prime
>Says could arrive between 8th-13th
>Been sitting in same same town 30min away since Friday.

Holy fuck, I figured they'd just deliver it on Monday, but these fucks are literally waiting until tomorrow.

>> No.62401890

>>62400614
No it was not.
Thats not what they said you moron.

>> No.62401922

>>62401786
>evga
>ever needing customer support

>> No.62401987
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>order off massdrop
>wait 20 days after delay before applying for a refund
>get money back
>gets sent anyway
best import tax ive ever paid

>> No.62402029

>>62401597
>>62401705

I guess I could go with slightly worse gigabyte or chinkshit biostar instead.
Fuck off or answer my question.

>> No.62402046

>>62401987
damn lucky boi
I wonder if I can do that with my HD6xx in December

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62402097

Called into Fry's. Ordered the case. Customer support was very good. Website wasn't that good, but customer support dude was a champ.

>> No.62402135

How long do you guys think it'll take for people to fuck off bitcoin and let GPU prices fix themselves?

>> No.62402149

>>62402029
>gigabyte
>worse than assrock
are you having a giggle?

>> No.62402199

>>62401746
what did u get instead?

>> No.62402224

>>62402149
Gigabyte's ab350 itx is complete dogshit

>> No.62402246

>>62402224
so get a larger case and an atx board assrock is NEVER acceptable

>> No.62402252

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz
MSI B350 PC MATE ATX
WD 1TB Internal Hard Drive
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Superclocked Gaming ACX 3.0 Video Card
EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W ATX Power Supply
Minus case does this look alright for a first time build. Should I swap anything out to get max performance? Looking to run games like battlefield and pubg in 1080.

>> No.62402299

>>62402246
they're fine. fuck off with muh premium brands, bugman.

>> No.62402317

I built a pc a few years ago and it is showing its age. It has a i3 ivy bridge processor, 4gb or ram and a gtx 650.

Should I just upgrade ram and gpu or should I consider a whole new build?

How much should I spend on a moderate gpu?

>> No.62402325

>>62402199
See OP image

>> No.62402327

>>62402299
>garbage cheaply made poorly soldered nonsense
>fine

>> No.62402341

>>62402317
you need to provide your processor model
yeah but i3 is not very good for modern day applications

>> No.62402403

>>62402317
mobo?

>> No.62402458

>>62402341
>>62402403
Not at the computer right now but Its a good 4 years old at least.

I am more just looking for a good gpu suggestion.

>> No.62402484

>>62402327
>2017
>not resoldering your motherboards

It's like you don't even like performance.

>> No.62402534

>>62402252
Get SSD (250 or 500 depending how much you want to spend) as bootdrive and maybe for a game or two and it's fine.

>> No.62402535

Build a PC with a I5-7600k or wait for 8600K?

>> No.62402564

>>62402458
From OP pasta:

GPUs:
Coin miners have driven price up and stock down, waiting to buy a GPU might be wiser
>VEGA
>Integrated CPU Graphics - Desktop stuff and very light games
>GTX 1050(Ti) - Lower end budget cards, drop settings on newer games, RX560 beaten by both
>RX570 - [email protected]~hz maxed, running most maxed older games at 100~Hz
>RX580 and GTX1060 6GB - [email protected] maxed, [email protected] at lower settings; RX580 better in newer games
>GTX 1070 or Vega 56 - [email protected] /[email protected] at high
>GTX 1080 - [email protected] / [email protected] maxed, [email protected] in a few games; Probably the highest end card you need for 1080p/1440p
>GTX 1080Ti - [email protected] and [email protected] maxed/high in many games

>> No.62402645

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/LfzsTH
rate, hate, masterbate. first build, trying to tide me over until christmas time when i can upgrade a few thinks like monitor and another internal ssd, maybe a better gpu.

>> No.62402691

>>62402645
What's your budget?

>> No.62402708

>>62402645
>asrock motherboard
>crosair power supply
>roswell anything
>evga
>wifi on a stationary machine
tey harder troll

>> No.62402721

>>62402708
Roswell is pretty good for poorfags, but I wouldn't buy a 100$ case from them.

>> No.62402724

>>62402708
You missed
>Buying windows

>> No.62402750

pls help need case
>under 150
>white
>side window

>> No.62402763

>>62402750
>white
sorry i dont help special snowflakes

>> No.62402764

>>62402691
About 1k, what would you change?

>> No.62402766

>>62402750
I'm pretty sure there's a white R5.

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>>62402708
Pls no bully :( what should i get instead oh wise one?

>> No.62402789

>>62402763
ree black is ugly

>>62402766
not liking the design, too minimalist

>> No.62402792

>>62402764
Here. Just steal windows. If your that concerned you can buy a key for like 20-ish dollars on Kinguin or something.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/RynFjc

>> No.62402811

>>62402789
>black is ugly
>im going to get a bright white eyesore instead

>> No.62402817

>>62402789
Ehhhh, S340 Elite?

>> No.62402818

>>62402811
my room is mostly white i don't want it to clash nigga

>> No.62402824

>>62402818
>black case
>ever clashing with anything

>> No.62402829

>>62402792
cool man thanks a lot. is ddr4 3200 what i want for this build?

>> No.62402834

>>62402792
Doesn't even have to pirate it because Microsoft is giving it out. After the month trial expires all it does is restrict your themes and you get a watermark.

>> No.62402835

>>62402817
looks like another minimalist cube sorry

>> No.62402845

i changed my mind guys im getting a pink case

>> No.62402848

>>62402750
InWin 303

>> No.62402853

>>62402845
good luck thwre are about 4 pink vmcases they are alll old and they are all gaudy as fuck

>> No.62402855

>>62402829
Yeah, Ryzen benefits from high-speed memory.

>>62402834
Yeah.

>>62402835
Inwin 303? Thermaltake Core P3 SE? Enthoo Pro?

>> No.62402856

>>62402853
so am i

>> No.62402883

Full case or mid size case?

>> No.62402900

>>62402883
Do you need 10 5.25 bays and 10 HDD bays?

>> No.62402908

>>62402883
SFF

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EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 vs ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OC

thoughts?

>> No.62402952

>>62401139
Not worth it. Wait till you have enough dosh to buy both.

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62402956

Help me out /g/

>>62402758
>>62402758
>>62402758

>> No.62402972

>>62402956

No fuck you. Post in the appropriate thread.

>> No.62402992

>>62402956
What's your budget?

>> No.62403007

>>62401987
How illegal is this?

>> No.62403023

>>62402992
$1000 AUSD

>> No.62403027

>>62402942
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtEZWFXWqCc

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>>62402972

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62403064

>>62403023
lel get ready for ridiculous markups, shipping fees and import taxes

t. Kiwi

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I'm digging through Fry's sales to see if there's anything else worth grabbing, and I stumbled across this. It's totally unrelated to this thread save for it came about tangentially while digging for cheap parts, but... I have to ask...

Isn't this more the sort of thing you'd want to buy as a burglar?

>> No.62403091

>>62403023
why does everything in your shitty upside down giant spider infested country cost so much

its a little over but its worth it
https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/xTLKwV

>> No.62403097

>>62403069
>>>/g/sqt

>> No.62403112

>>62403097
Damn. Duh. You're right. Sorry.

>> No.62403132

>>62403064
>not buying from Pccasegear
Typical sheep shagger

>>62403091
Thanks, anon, i dont really need a new tower, power supply or hard drive/ssd, my power supply is 1200 currently as i was originally going to do overclocking and sli it

>> No.62403162

anyone have problems with hyper X fury ram? 2 of the 4 stick ive bought from them have failed and caused BSOD/lockup issues with my pc

just decided to replace them completely before the last stick dies

>> No.62403166

>>62402535
>build a pc with a stuttery housefire or wait for overpriced housefire

>> No.62403169

http://pcpartpicker.com/list/9skQ4C
Thoughts?

>> No.62403178

>>62402942
Prefer the FTW3 since its 2 slot and has better warranty. I've dealt with ASUS customer "care" for a motherboard and it was painful so fuck them.

>> No.62403181

>>62403169
looks good, personally i would get a fully modular PSU with some more wattage, like 650

>> No.62403193

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FFVRcc

What do you think? I should be fine overclocking my ryzen to like 3.7ghz right?

>> No.62403211

>>62403169
Liquid coolers are a meme, get a good Noctua cooler.
Get a 1070 if you want to do 1440p 144hz, get a 1080 ti if you want to do 4k 60hz.

>> No.62403214

vega 56 or 64? for two 1080p?

56 cost 630 usd
68 cost 750 usd

>> No.62403220

>>62403193
how is that build 2400 dollars

also you have 2 PSUs

>> No.62403228

>>62403193
What's your budget and what are you using it for?

>> No.62403230

>>62403214
KEK

>paying 630 usd for barely a 1070

>> No.62403231

>>62402645
Don't buy windows.
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/hKwFjc

>> No.62403243

>>62403214
Nah.

>> No.62403273

>>62403211
What about 2k at 144hz?

>> No.62403278

>>62402792
>anus motherboard

>> No.62403283

>>62403273
>1440p 144hz

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>>62403278
I bet you like Ascock or MSI, faggot. Asus makes good mobos.

>> No.62403316

>>62403220
Don't forget there's a monitor in the build.
>>62403228
My budget is around ~2500 dollars, but prices may differ here since I'm an swissfag. The goal is mainly gaming.

>> No.62403334

>>62403296

Asus makes horrendous motherboards. I've had PCI-E x16 slot failure and multiple RAM slot failures.

Atleast their BIOS are okay

>> No.62403366

I want to upgrade to a new GPU, but do i need to upgrade my CPU/Mainboard too?

Currently running a HD7970 and a FX8350, if i throw in a Gigabyte RX580, and add an extra 6GB of RAM to my build, would that be okay? My CPU is still alright in 2017 isnt it?

>> No.62403374

>>62403316
I love working on high budget builds.
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/jL3MsJ

>> No.62403396

Is the 1700 really not worth it?

>> No.62403465

>>62403396
1700 is for mixed use

>> No.62403480

>>62403465
So if I'm only gaming it's simply not worth it? I'll see very little benefit?

>> No.62403488

How bad are single fan card? Was looking at some really cheap 1060 6gb, but it's single fan precisely talking about "Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB Mini"

>> No.62403502

>>62403480
Pretty much.

>> No.62403505

>>62403480
It's good enough
SC performance is identical to a 4790(non-k)

>> No.62403521

>>62403193
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/hJJ2Ps

>> No.62403566

>>62403521
>1600x >1080 ti

Doubt a 650w PSU will cut it

>> No.62403593

>>62399660
Probably not.

>> No.62403616

>>62403566
>Total: 112W - 454W

>> No.62403634

>>62403488
Get this one
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/TrGj4D/msi-geforce-gtx-1060-6gb-6gb-gt-ocv1-video-card-geforce-gtx-1060-6gt-ocv1

>> No.62403639

Is i5 justifiable for Mini-ITX?

>> No.62403723

>>62403521
The 1709 is only a little bit more expensive (~300 vs 260 for the 1600x) and seems to be more futureproof with the additional cores. Am I wrong?

>> No.62403733

Does mini version of gtx 1070 have only worse cooling then normal version or it is also worse performance?

>> No.62403742
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62403742

My bronze chieftec psu just died so I need a proper replacement. I have g4560 + 1050ti now, thinking about upgrade to coffee 8700 + volta 2070 in the future. Which should I buy? Corsair 550RMx or 650/750RMx (same price)? Is 550 futureproof enough?

>> No.62403769

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/MwsBCy

Will this get me consistent numbers to fully enjoy the monitor?

>> No.62403778

>>62401643
You usually only need one normal driver, which you should already have. And there are tons of guides on youtube. Watch a few pcpartpicker videos for instance

>> No.62403889

>>62403769
Id say so, that build is good enough for 4k easily
Keep in mind a 290x is considered 4k ready and is about equal to a 1060

>> No.62403893

>>62403488
It's good enough if your case has decent airflow. Maybe more noise, and lower overclocking ceiling

>> No.62403918
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62403918

>tfw Asus monitor
>tfw Asus gpu
>tfw Asus motherboard

Why is Asus the best in everything?

>> No.62403942

>>62403889
True, but I'm more interested in the high framerates. 1440p seems like a good middleground for that. I'd like enough security to keep from dropping under 100 frames at least in any shittily optimized game. I put together a similar Ryzen build but the price didn't end up coming out very different.

>> No.62403959

>>62403007
maybe somewhat

>> No.62403976

>>62403918
Gigabyte has better videocards' cooling.

>> No.62404028

>>62403942
You cant outbuild bad optimization
That builds the closest you can get without sli to doing so tho
Remember a couple yeats ago, tb had two gtx titans in sli amd couldnt get cod ghosts past 40 fps
If a games poorly optimized, its a lost cause, hence why i maintain nvidia/intel is the superior combo still

>> No.62404056

>>62401055
Enermax made really good AIO coolers before. I had one of their old 120s and holy crap ti was good. Enermax is not a no name brand and they just made a new Threadripper AIO kit too.

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>>62404056
Huh. I had never heard of them. Figured they were some budget brand.

But I mean, look at this. On a budget case!

>> No.62404203

>>62404155

Enermax actually has some decent budget cases.
Had one ages ago which I really liked.

>> No.62404280

Someone answer pls
>>62403366
>>62403366
>>62403366
>>62403366
>>62403366
>>62403366

>> No.62404321

>>62403366
>>62404280

RX580 is literally a massive waste of money. Get a GTX 1060. Either 3GB for $180 or if you feel patient wait for a 6GB to creep down.

RX 580 is $300-$350 right now. It's only worth $180 max for practical performance but is being scalped to hell.

>> No.62404464

>>62404155
Can you buy those magnetic meshes anywhere? They look neat.
I suppose you could easily make your own for a few quid

>> No.62404597

>>62404321
>It's only worth $180 max for practical performance but is being scalped to hell.
MSRP of the 580 4GB is ~$200, and the 8GB is ~$230

>>62404280
hold off until GPU prices come down. You should be set to continue without upgrade for another year, butthen SERIOUSLY consider getting a new B350 motherboard, Ryzen 2 CPU, and 8-16GB of DDR4 ram (new motherboards don't support DDR3 ram anymore).
Waiting til next year for any upgrade would be wise at this point.

>> No.62405571

https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GeForce-GTX-1080-Gaming/dp/B01GJEE9BG/ref=sr_1_3/136-3626815-6437950?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1505300150&sr=1-3&keywords=Gtx+1080

Is this a good card for mining/extreme 4K texture skyrim and light vr?

>> No.62405665

>>62403639
What do you mean? You can use an i7 on a mini ITX motherboard without problem.

>> No.62405667

>>62401514
They're Samsung B-Die so they should work fine. I'll be trying the same combo myself this weekend.
For reference I got a pair of the shitty dual rank Trident Z 3200 to work at 3066 on an AB350 Pro4 with the newest BIOS.

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So I got a rx 580 a couple of days ago, then I realised my PSU didn't have a 8 pin connector so I got another PSU. Now that I have the new PSU it turns out RX 500 cards don't have drivers for Windows 8.1.

>> No.62405859

>>62403639
>>62405665
>Intel
There are mITX Ryzen boards you tards.
>not making a mITX PC with 8 cores and 16 threads

>> No.62405885

>>62405665
God speed. Was looking to get the CL14 ones earlier but I put in an order for the flare x's instead.

>> No.62405955

any good?
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/dMfjFd

>> No.62406137

>>62405955
>Intel
it's trash

>> No.62406150

>>62405955
read the OP

>> No.62406181

What's the hardest, most annoying part of building a PC from scratch nigs
For me it's fucking with settings in the BIOS & installing windows/drivers

>> No.62406204

>>62405955
Tell me how garbage cases like that or the featureless black ones that retarded minimalist cucks buy are supposed to provide decent airflow
>2017
>"gayman" cases with no airflow through the front panel

>> No.62406206

>>62406181

Setting the front panel cables to the motherboard.

>> No.62406364

>>62405816
Upgrade to windows 10 already.

>> No.62406368

>>62405885
If you meant to reply to >>62405667 I should clarify. The C14 Trident Z is fine, it's single rank B-die too. I made the mistake of assuming the C16 kit was also B-die when it's in fact dual rank Hynix or Samsung E-die. Mistakes were made and lessons learned, but the guy I built it for is more than happy with the performance anyway.

>> No.62406380

>>62406181
Cable management can be a bitch. I don't know how people deal with transparent back panels, my shit looks good from the front but it's not great back there.

>> No.62406404

>>62406204
Air doesn't have to come from right in front of the fan. I have an S340 with a solid front panel. The air comes through the top and bottom.
Removing the front panel so that the intakes have nothing in front doesn't change temps, I've seen 1°C difference at most and 0 most of the time.

>> No.62406413

Building a gaming PC for a friend. Any thoughts or suggestions?
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/XqdcwV

>> No.62406414

>>62406368

Correct. Replied to the wrong post.
What mobo did you use for his build? Did it run at 3200MHz?

>> No.62406448

>>62406206
Guise how does a 1050ti with a core i7 4770k sound? Is it good?
Also, what's the difference between the OC edition and standard models besides one extra fan? Will it really make a big difference in performance
Also, is BenQ GW2255HM a good monitor if you're low on cash?

>> No.62406454

>>62406413
>https://pcpartpicker.com/list/XqdcwV
>no SSD
nigga wut

>> No.62406465

>>62406414
Like I mentioned before I got the C16 kit to work at 3066MHz. The mobo is an ASRock AB350 Pro4 with the AGESA 1.0.0.6a update. Given how well that went I doubt the Flare X or Trident Z C14 will struggle to work at full speed on the AB350 ITX, but I'll find out this weekend for sure if it needs some tweaking or not.

>> No.62406467

>>62406413
Budget? Target resolution and refresh rate?
I wouldn't get a reference graphics card. Get an SSD. Get 3200MHz ram (b-die is king but others can work well too, do your research). Get a better PSU. What's up with that case?

>> No.62406476

>>62406465
Ah ok. Thanks anon!

>> No.62406482

>>62406413
>no cpu cooler

>> No.62406499

>everyone bitching about ram not working at rated speeds unless you get expensive kits or have high timings
>my dirt cheap g skill aegis stick works at the rated 3000MHz and 16 latency right away
Did I get lucky or is everyone spreading lies?

>> No.62406513

>>62406482
This isn't Intel, Ryzens come with good coolers.

>> No.62406535

>>62406499

3000MHz seems to work for CL16 most times.
The problem is above 3000.

>> No.62406554

What RAM do you get for Ryzen?
3000Mhz CL16?

>> No.62406575

>>62406467
>Budget?
Originally it was €850. This build will cost around €940, but my friend is okay with that as long as the build is good enough. It shouldn't get more expensive, though.
>What's up with that case?
That's what I asked too, but he insisted on it.
>Target resolution and refresh rate?
At least 1080p at 60Hz.

>> No.62406629

>>62406499
2933 and 3066 seem pretty easily done, so it's not the huge issue it once was. 3200 can still be a bit bitchy though.

>> No.62406689

>tfw trying to build a budget pc but pcpartpicker doesn't have all the components that I've picked out from a store in my country

>> No.62406731

>>62406554

Want to play it safe? Get something from the QVL of the motherboard vendor or RAM vendor.

If you want to play it slightly less safe get CL14 memory.

If you want to play it slightly less safe get CL16 sub 3000 MHz memory.

If you want to gamble, get CL16 over 3000MHz.

>> No.62406773

>>62406689
That site isn't the best outside of the US. For most other countries they only have a couple retailers. Still a great tool overall.

>> No.62406778

Dumb question, will sTR4 be the new socket AMD uses from now on?
would it be a bad idea to get threadripper just for future proofing?

>> No.62406793

>>62406778

AM4 will still be used by both APUs and mainline CPUs. TR4 is only for threadripper.

>> No.62406803

>>62406778
No. Yes.

>> No.62406836

>>62406793
Okay, how long do you estimate socket AM4 will last?

>> No.62406860

>>62406836
Until Zen3 at least.
But the socket doesn't matter if you are asking this for future upgradability. Zen2 can very well require a new chipset while still using AM4.

>> No.62406868

>>62406836
2020 according to AMD in case nothing out of the ordinary happens.
E.g. new memory standard (DDR5) or a new PCI-E standard.

The chipset will most likely be updated however although you could probably use B350/x370 later as well.

>> No.62406905

>computer makes weird noise
>nudge it a little
>it stops
>have to do this again once in a while
why is this? tried opening it and turning it on but couldn't figure out the problem.

>> No.62406907

I hear all around the web that an i5 3570K is not obsolete yet, but it's starting to feel so with games that require lots of logic processing and such.
Are those people full of shit?

>> No.62406923

>>62406905
Probably a cable touching a fan.

>> No.62407045

First time builder here
So ive finally completed my first build but my old videocard isnt doing fine with my 2560x1080p 75hz monitor and bc i have some spare money I decided to go with a new one. Should I go with the vega 56 bc of the freesync feature or am I being memed again and should just buy the 1070

>> No.62407061
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I just had a stroke. Fuck you, Amazon.

>> No.62407124

>>62407061
Made me look
Imagine picking that up for $11.00

>> No.62407139

4770k
1060 6GB @ 2100MHZ
16GB Ram
8TB + 250 GB SSD
What could I upgrade for 300$ and is it worth it

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>>62407061

>> No.62407163

>>62407045
>vega
Price is insane, get the 1070

>> No.62407174

>>62407139
CPU. No.

>> No.62407176

Should I get a vega for $430?

>> No.62407189

>>62399483
So can i get a decent coin miner for 1000$, what are you suggestions, and can i run it on week internet 2-3g ?
I need something i can put at work and use free electricity to mine some coins.

>> No.62407295

>>62406907
Also is it now the time to upgrade to ryzen?

>> No.62407304

>>62407295
Very yes

>> No.62407306

>>62407295
I have a 2500k and I start to feel like its lagging behind a little bit. Currently upgrading to ryzen.

You could probably wait another year.

>> No.62407308

>>62407174
I play at 1080p and when I play most games the cpu sits at around 40%. I might upgrade the ram because my 16gb is often filled when using after effects

>> No.62407390

what does the cpu do when it comes to performance?
im thinking of changing mine, so what can i realistically expect from the new?
currently with some i5 thinking about upgrading to ryzen 5, but since id have to change both the mobo and the ram i wonder if its not better to first upgrade my gpu

>> No.62407446

>>62407390
>what does the cpu do when it comes to performance?
Stuff that requires logic, like AI, or non physx physics.

>> No.62407614

>>62407446
your GPU also feeds everything it does into/through the CPU, so you can very quickly bottleneck a good graphics card with a crummy CPU

>> No.62407625

Is 3 GB of vRAM enough for 1080p gaming?

>> No.62407632

>>62406773
I'm torn between amd and intel for my build: >>62406689

the intel processor i priced at $75 (G4560) while the amd processor is priced at $127 (Ryzen 3 1200)

Is intel considered the budget alternative now?
Last time i built a pc was 4 years ago and i bought amd back then

my budget is about $450 and this is my current plan: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/T7pp6X

it's not gonna be a gaming pc, my aim for it is to be lightning fast shitposting/watching streams/youtube computer

>> No.62407636

>>62407625
Depends on what you're doing, if you're modding a game with a lot of high resolution texture mods, more VRAM=Better

>> No.62407638

>>62407390
If you CPU isn't bottlenecking your GPU, you'll see an increase in performance by upgrading, but not a huge one, since the lion's share of work is done on the GPU.

>>62407625
Depends on what graphical effects you enable.
Usually yes.

>> No.62407648

>>62407632
adding: the motherboard isn't the correct one there, I'm getting a Gigabyte B350 GA-AB350M-HD3 which does have a m2 slot

>> No.62407659

I wanna upgrade my CPU as I run some very CPU intensive programs which need high single core performance
I currently have a i5 4460
Current favourite is 4790k as I don't have to get a new MB.
Took a look on the 6700K and wanna know if it's worth the money to upgrade to that instead?

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"Now, does 7700K-chan love her Dahmer-kun?"

[foaming at the mouth intensifies]

>> No.62407667

>>62407625
Kind of, you can easily top that on recent games if you put textures on high settings.
The 1060 3GB has other problems than vram, it's also slower than the 6GB as it has less processing units. It's more of a 1060/1060 Ti situation.

>> No.62407673

>>62407625
depends on the game, but I would recommend at least 4 GB

>> No.62407684

Gigabyte AX370-Gaming K5
or
Asus Prime X370-PRO
Local place selling both for the same price.

Will pair it with the R7 1700X most likely.
Not to keen on playing the lottery with the R7 1700, some people report that they can't get past 3.7ghz.

>> No.62407711

>>62407632
Get the G4560. Getting the R3 is obligating you into buying a discrete GPU, which is wholly unnecessary for your use, and the extra CPU power will go mostly, if not entirely unused. You would also save on the MB going B250.
You probably don't need an NVME drive and could go with a cheaper SATA, but that's your choice.

>> No.62407776

>>62407684
Gaming K5

>> No.62407798

>>62407711
>Getting the R3 is obligating you into buying a discrete GPU

but I am buying a gpu

>> No.62407819

>>62407798
he's saying you don't technically need one if you buy the Pentium, because it has integrated graphics, and the current batch of Ryzen processors do not
But if you're buying a GPU anyhow, definitely get a Ryzen CPU

>> No.62407891

>>62407819
Thanks mate, gonna buy ryzen along with a passively cooled gfx card, I don't think it's gonna overheat if only thing i do is shitpost/watch youtube videos 24/7

>> No.62407894

>>62407798
Get the Ryzen in that case.
Also, this doesn't matter as much if you're not overclocking, but I'd take the AsRock AB350M Pro4 over the Gigabyte you're looking at. It has slightly better VRMs and more importantly heatsinks on them. It's got an m.2 slot too since you want one.

>> No.62407925

>>62407776
Really? the K5 has less VRM phases.

>> No.62407930

>>62399483
Hey /pcbg/! this is a bit of an o request, and im not quite sure it deserves its own thread, but would anyone know a good place to find the driver's for a fairly aged capture card? had to swap one out on a server, and id rather not default the whole server.

>> No.62407954

>>62407925
unless you're planning to push your overclocking to the limits of what Ryzen can do (over 4.0 GHz, which a lot of the chips can't/won't reach anyhow), the VRM shouldn't really matter

>> No.62407982

>>62407894
my store didn't have the asrock mb, but it did have this one: http://www.gigabyte.us/Motherboard/GA-AB350-Gaming-3-rev-10#kf

it's only $10 more, so it fits my budget

>> No.62407984

>>62407930
pray to the technology gods and punch the model/number into a google search

>> No.62408004

>>62407982
That gigabyte board has 6 sata which is 2 more than most of the the B350 boards which is a plus.

>> No.62408034

>>62408004
Gigabyte's AM4 boards generally seem to be SATA-heavy, which is a good thing
I bought the Gaming K3 because it had 8 SATA ports, and it's been a fine board so far

>> No.62408045

>>62407982
That at least has a heatsink on the Vcore VRM. I'm not the biggest fan of Gigabyte's B350 boards but if it suits you then go for it. Like I said if you're not overclocking it's not something to worry about. You can also consider most of the MSI b350 boards.

>> No.62408087

>>62407954
Well, I'm not shooting for the limit, just whatever the 1700X will hit at 1.35v as that seems to be the safe voltage.

Hell I would have went with the B350 but none of them have 8 sata ports, and the ones that have 6 sata ports will disable 2 when you drop in a NVME drive while the x370 will run NVME+8 sata drives while disabling pci slots, of which I only need 1 for the GPU anyways.

>> No.62408114

>>62408087
then VRM isn't a huge concern, just buy whatever board has the features you like

>> No.62408581

>Pentium G4400
>GIGABYTE H110M-S2V Intel 1151 DDR4 2133Mhz VGA Motherboard
>MSI GeForce GTX1050 2GB OC GDDR5 128Bit Nvidia DX12 GPU
>Crucial 8GB Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 2400Mhz CL16 1.2V PC Ram

How do these sound for a budget gaming rig?

> In b4 saying 1050Ti and Ryzen 1300 should replace gtx 1050 and Pentium G4400

It's way out of budget, as they're pretty expensive in my home country.

>> No.62408630

>>62408581
Try to get a G4560/G4600, since they have Hyperthreading. If you can't get that, get an R3 1200. If you can't get that, get an i3 6100.
If none of those are available, it's fine.

>> No.62408694

>>62408630
G4560 was out of stock and Ryzen 3 is pretty expensive (same goes for i3)

>> No.62408705

>>62408581
G4560 is the cheapest 2C/4T CPU the G4400 is 2C/2T
I'd recommend shooting for at least B250M as if you get old stock on the H110M with old bios, you're up shit creek without a paddle.

>> No.62408745

I'm considering getting a monitor to use with my laptop since uni is starting soon and I'm not taking my desktop with me, should I get 4k or 1440p?

>> No.62408779

>>62408694
Check for the G4600.

>> No.62408785

>>62408745
>laptop
>4K
>1440P

You better have one hell of a laptop.

>> No.62408832

>>62408785
Yeah I forgot to mention, not playing games at all, maybe old rts and stuff

>> No.62408887

>>62408779
G4400 will remain until I can afford an i3 or i5 or i7...

>> No.62408899

>>62407659
Covfefe Lake might suite your needs. Wait for benchmarks before deciding though.

>> No.62408926

>>62408887
Then that's what you have to work with.
I wouldn't bother upgrading the GPU until you have a better CPU to pair with it. Down the line you can find a used 7700 if you need.

>> No.62408995

So if i have a small internal ssd and a large internal hdd and install games on the hdd, they are going to run slower than if they were on the ssd right? Trying to understand why you would buy a small ssd and a large hdd when i could just save up for another ssd instead

>> No.62409024

>>62408995
Because even a "large" SSD is like 500GB in size, where even the smallest HDD is 1TB.

>> No.62409147

>>62406404
because you didn't add frontal fans

>> No.62409171

>>62408887
Then hold off till October and get the cheapest coffee lake pentium

>> No.62409188

>>62408995
You don't know the price difference do ya?

>> No.62409206

>>62409171
Ok

>> No.62409210

>>62408899
Covfefe Lake doesn't support win7, does it?

>> No.62409232

>>62409210
It aint an issue for me. I use Win10.

>> No.62409257
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62409257

should I replace my 7700k soon with coffee lake lads?
Will it be a compatibility hassle and require a new mobo?

>> No.62409274

>>62409257
It will, but even if it didn't, it wouldn't be worth it unless you could sell your 7700K at a reasonable price.

>> No.62409287

>>62409210
no, not officially
>>62409257
no, only thing you should be looking at is zen 2/whatever intel drops after covfefe

>> No.62409324
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62409324

>>62400686
>Shilling for AMD or Intel
WRONG

>> No.62409342

>>62407684
Get over yourself and get a CH6. It's future proof as fuck, you won't regret it.
Also agree with you about 1700x, being one of those 3.7ghz losers.

>> No.62409621

>>62409147
I have two intakes, and one exhaust in the back.

>> No.62409623

What are some good small-ish monitors?
Want to get a second monitor but I don't think my desk could fit another 24" one.

>> No.62410901

Help me decide (I'm coming from 720 fucking p):

1080p = Asus 144hz monitor + gtx 1060 6gb = $3127
1440p = Asus 165hz monitor + gtx 1070 = $4140
2160p = Asus 60hz monitor + gtx 1080 ti = $4130

Is 4k worth right now or should i wait for gtx 2xxx series and better 4k monitors?

>> No.62410954

>>62410901
Fuck forgot to say that that's the whole system including peripherals

Also i don't live in the states so that's why the price

>> No.62411091

>>62410901
How are you spending that much? 4k will be a meme to me as long as it doesn't reach 144hz so I'd go with either 1080p 1070 or 1440p 1080 Ti.

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