Not when it's new, but it's really, really easy to scratch
Can I have some money? You don't seem to have much use for it.
/s obviously, sick build and really clean insanity aside
...what she said.
Yeah, just got a 2200G for my brother and its more than enough for filthy casual games
Not too impressive specs wise, but a clean build nonetheless and tbh not bad for $550 with monitor, etc
3/10 no fire
Seasonic makes one now, so does Silverstone. Fair enough though
Yeah I know, just I would've invested in the 600w personally
1700X, 390X and a custom loop on 450W?
Wot cooler is that?
Price maybe so but its a really good time to build a PC rn so performance is definitely high tier.
Personally I use black/white Corsair ones that fit my rig much better, but look on CableMod configurator/WazzModz if you've got a bit more to $pend
For a first build that is very clean indeed. +1 from me
Nice! Get some silver/black CableMod cables next
that's rather a pickle isn't it
I'd complain about you having a 2600 laying around but I have enough hardware laying around to build probably 3 reasonably high end pcs so
Do keep us posted, sounds like a neat project
Love seeing the 980 Ti still kicking ***.
oh hi its you from the forums
this man is living in the year 3019
Glorious and welcome to the all-SSD master race
No corsair headphones? HERESY
oh hi there
GPU wise, a used 980 Ti is a great choice
I mean it's basically a 1080 Ti with RTX "improvements" so that makes sense
Yes indeed. Who might you be?
nVME isn't worth it for consumers ; unless you're doint really heavy video work you don't need it. Get a 500GB 860 Evo / Crucial MX500 instead, or save up a little more and get a 1TB one (this would be my recommendation, I have recently switched to an all-SSD setup and it's amazing)
A 1070 can handle 1440p so long as you don't turn it up to Ultra (High is usually fine, even 100+ FPS in many games)
ITX and RTX, nice!
+1 to that, sell the 1050Ti for $100 and get an RX 580 on eBay for the same, also try and rip a 6700 or 7700 (or k ones) out of a prebuild, offices will often sell them to you for very very cheap
Damn clean. Get a bigger SSD soon tho
yeah, buy away
Don't worry about it, any SSD is better than a harddrive
Never thought I'd see the day an SG13 Windowed Edition would exist. You could just dril some holes in the acrylic for cooling
RRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEE B3 iZ SPLODE
/s obvs, nice build
For $220, not bad. I'd invest in a quad core asap (2200G)
+1 for the P300
It's like a computer, but better
The Cloud IIs sometimes go on sale. Also, Corsair HS50
That seems unlikely. More likely the cheap-*** PSUs and motherboards iBP uses
+1 for the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports
Oh hi mark
Money? What's that? You mean this kindling?
Solid. If you are going to overclock I would get a better cooler (Arctic Freezer 33 eSports or H7) but otherwise great PC for the money
Neat. Not how I would have budgeted it out (I would have dropped down to a 2200G and gotten a better PSU and a SSD) but what works works.
Always gotta +1 a good ol' RGB vomit build
Great part choices for a beginner and a nice clean build. Be sure to pick up some cable extensions like these ones https://www.amazon.co.uk/EASYDIY-Sleeved-Cable-extension-PCI/dp/B07C4FDGFN/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1543761797&sr=8-4&keywords=cable+extensions+pc+white