your the 3rd person to tell me that i don't have an SSD...... it literally says Solid State Drive..... and why would i change to the 2600, just keep the 2600x so i don't have to buy an after market cooler, if i wanted to do OC i would go intel because they get alot better performance gains.
unless you find an aftermarket cooler that's better then the stock one for 10 bucks
update your drivers, there is a CPU problem going around with Nvidia's drivers, the newest one should fix it
then again 2nd Gen Ryzen is on Sale, but if you have a decent PC already then just wait
i should mention that 1080p looks better at 24 inches due to the pixel density, at 27 there is less pixels at any given place (but i don't know how much worst it looks honestly)
RIP that kinda sucks
update your drivers, i know Nvidia has a problem with their current ones
(or role them back)
um, if all your doing is gaming then you can probly just use 16 GB 3000 mHz Ram,
you don't really need 4000 mHz
you don't need a RTX 2060 for video editing, just get the GTX 1660 TI since you don't need ray tracing
What Do you intend to use this PC for
i would say the surrounding material white, and the keys black
i would say, do what the other dude recommended unplug one fan and then run the build, if it still rattles then try unplugging a different fan, it should throttle/shutdown if it gets too hot
then it should be fine. no throttling
82 Degrees is hot and close to overheating, but i believe throttling begins at 85C usually, idle at 40-50 is average
throttling doesn't cause your PC to shutdown, it causes stuttering
every Current AMD CPU comes with those games....
um, if you know how to use CAD then yes, but if not then most likely not,
but then again i don't know if sketch up is better
Inventor also works well, if you can get it
1 TB SSDs cost about 100-ish dollars
the audio engine for apex legends is designed for giant Fking mechs and run and gun shooting, not the sneaky battle royale kind of fighting that it's being used for now
um, what? do you mean the surrounding material of the keys or? what?
24 inches is best for 1080p i'm told
are you plugging it in from the GPU? or the motherboard
i'm told it was ok at best, if the original bioshock was stable then i would highly recommend that better, it has a better premise.
is it the H500 blue/black build???
if so i recommend spending 10 bucks more for the 2600x, and getting more storage,
(in other words it's TERRIBLE, YOU HAVE NO CPU OR GPU D: OR EVEN A POWER SUPPLY!!!!!)
your ganna have to plan it yourself, PCPP doesn't have the support for custom liquid cooling,
(i should say that the best liquid for liquid cooling is just plain water ;D)
well, IPS monitors still have more ghost effects, but it's up to you honestly, some people say its subjective others don't. i will say that IPS does look nicer in the end, but modern TN monitors also have better color (from what i've heard)
(also there might be a monitor option that reduces ghosting effects too)
also don't use an automated overclocking software because they always use too much voltage
um, the 2200g because it's the newest one, but i would say consider the 2600, or the 2600x.
or if you want to use an older series, i would say the 1700x
since your trying to reach 165 FPS i would say get 1M, IPS monitors also tend to have more ghosting effects
i wouldn't go less then 500GB for an SSD, honestly i would say either add a 1 TB+ hard drive to the list, or get a 1 TB SSD
and you can always try to use the stock cooler on the 2700x and see if you want/need a better one
(the motherboard should also run 3200 Hz, at least i believe it should)
there is no list.......... you need to go to edit part list, and then share that Link. you just gave us the link to your profile
yeah, some models of the RX580 do overheat
i'm surprised you can get that many SSDs on that PC
that is entirely possible
^ i will say that HDs will still exist because they're cheap storage and they can scale up to 14+ TB, something that SSDs cannot do as of now,
but for people who don't do photo shop, or video editing, then its best to get a 500GB+ SSD
i would still go with 650W for future upgrades
well i can tell you that coloring the liquid in your system, just means your ganna have to disassemble it and clean off the dye.
also fans don't have to be loud, you can make some quite fan builds, you would just have to see which one is cheaper in the end
(also water cooling still has fans)
oh so the GPU was just overheating? now if you would have told me what parts you had in your PC i could have told you that
but from the looks of it, it's probly the PSU
if your going to college you can get windows 10 educational edition for free
ganna need to know more then just turned off
(also check the PSU, sounds like it might be that, considering it shutdown while underload)
but how does that limit what kind of GPU you can use? as long as it's up to date it should work?
that's an unrelated issue, (you can figure that one out later)
i should mention that CPUs do degrade over time, but it takes a good long while (and it doesn't degrade unless it's overheating/extreme overclocking)
well you need to check the CPU heat to figure that out
super Mario 3
you can probly use air cooling, sims isn't that hard to run....
Legacy bios?????? Never heard of that
The problem with RAM clearance appears to be a website error, you don't need low profile ram, because as it stands that would mean any regular size RAM wouldn't fit
Well yeah it kinda is high