is using a used hdd a good idea? I imagine the performance would be worse than a brand new one since it has all those read and writes on it but how bad is it compared to new?
This isn't where you sell builds m8
nice mod for airflow on the case by cutting out the gpu support bracket, did you use electric tape to keep the hdd(I'm assuming it's an hdd).
nice setup but with such a small enclosure on your desk and very little ventilation in the rig, how are tempatures?
Why did you get a wifi adapter if the motherboar came with a m.2 version? Or am i wrong? I might be confusing it with other models
nice build +1 how is the ram going for you? I have heard that in dual channel the ram can only get to 2400 rather than 2666
How are temps with the cpu cooler?
How are temps with the cpu cooler? I have the same cpu and am lookin at options because stock causes throttling
How's was the build process when it came to the cpu cooler installation, I hear it can be a pain to install.
nice cable management! +1 How are the noctua fans, do they cool well at reasonably quiet acoustics? I have always heard good things about them, but never had experience with them. I might get them to replace my 212 led and case fans alike
How was installing the cpu cooler?
lol I just upgrade to the same cpu and a msi z370 board as well and the first thing I noticed was holy hell it gets hot
Doesn't it boost all cores to 3.8 ghz by default?
how are temps with such a fat cooler like the noctua?
How are temps looking like with a cpu fan orientation like that?
You must live in a freezer how do you keep your cpu and gpu that low? Lol nice build
Nice part choice how are temps tho
How are temps under load?
what are the temps like
where did you get the bracket to add a second fan?
nice build, why the z270 board with a locked i5?
yo good build nice part choice, it's very balanced. one thing tho, that cable management
What are the temps like
idk what's nicer the pc or the drawings
What are temps like with that cooler?
How are cpu temps with the new cooler? Still high?
good build, for an upgrade maybe more zip ties for the cable management?
Ryzen benefits but that budget doesn't lol
Yo great bang for buck hows the mobo with that ram kit? Were you able to reach a steady 3200 mhz?
Hows the ram with the motherboard were you able to get it to 2666?
Ha what in the world idk what to think then
What are you going to upgrade first? Maybe that case lol its blocking that intake heavy with those cables nice price to performance tho
If the motherboard wouldn't post how did you get around that without another cpu?
why such low frequency ram when ryzen benefits from higher rated ram, especially with mid range gpus like the 1060. Either way nice color scheme and excellent work on the rgb lol
dude nice work! white and black is the best color scheme
In the pic the ram was at 2133 did you get it up to 2933 in the bios and keep it stable?
I was also wondering if you had to update the bios since some people been saying it doesn't support ryzen 5 out of the box
Nice color scheme, was the ram stable at 3200 with the motherboard?
A cpu and gpu combo like this will do nicely for 1440p at 60hz
Btw you are using static pressure fans in places airflow fans would be better. why?
35 degress for gpu under load?!?!?!? Show me yout secrets
How's the gpu on temps and noise btw not bad for a first build my first build had a Pentium
Dual boot is when you install 2 operating systems in your rig and the term dual boot refers to being able to boot into one of those 2 on startup. When you install two operating systems windows will give you 30 seconds by default on startup to choose an OS.Dual boot is great for people who sometimes game and like to mess around with Linux,another operating system besides windows
Are the pre installed fans with the case white led? They look blue in the pics nice cable management btw
You mean you can't remove the white LED fans that are installed in the case?
Where did you get the custom backplate ?
2 questions why did you use static pressure fans for airflow in big spaces like inside the case and why did you go with the yellow? Lol seems odd
In imgur it shows a ryzen 3 1200 but you have a i5 listed on pcpartpicker instead what up with that??
80 degrees on stock with an aio seems odd
Yo why did you put the gpu in the second pci express slot?