Watch out, the TR2 is going to turn that thing into a time bomb.
Good build overall.
Considering that you got a Z370 mainboard, I'm pretty sure you'll be upgrade to i5/i7 K processors.
Also kudo for going with 16GB. Good build you got there.
At that budget you could at least go with 2x8GB... Good build, anyway.
(Maybe it is because Zen+ still isn't stable with 4x4GB)
I'd far better opting for 2x8GB as going with 2x4GB with first-gen Ryzen is kind of (yeah... I don't know good words to speak about that) because it does not allow RAM to run at full speed with 4x4GB of RAM installed.
Also not sure why did you brought two 5400RPM HDDs though.
The Athlon 200GE only supports 2666Mhz.
How's the FX-6300 and GTX 1050 Ti doing in 2019?
Can we report this guy's build?
Is it Deepcool 450W DN?
That no-name(?) PSU tho
You could have been go with 2x8 though..
Well, he bought the components when the cryptomining craze is a thing...
My lord, I'm afraid that the GTX 1080 will bottleneck the hell out of that 2200G.
Also, 32GB of RAM? Isn't that too overkill.
16GB dual channel is fine though, since Ryzen doesn't like running 4 DiMMs at stable speed.
If I were you I'd rather go with 2x8GB as Ryzen does not like running 4x4GB at stable speed. Good build though.
Hey, I wonder if you plan to upgrade to 16GB in the future.
Other than that, this is a good build. Nice job.
probably low 720p... maybe.
Well, you'd far better off getting 1x8GB since currently Ryzen doesn't like running RAM at full speed with 4 DiMMs.
Here's a (late) reminder: Ryzen doesn't like 4 sticks of RAM. Just saying.
I think you're spending too much on that mainboard...
Also, do you plan to upgrade to 16GB in the future?
Hopefully this will also run games at 720p to low-medium 1080p...
How did you get that SSD for such cheap price?
Other than that, this build is pretty good.
How's the FX-6300 performing in 2018?
Dude, that mobo only has two DIMM slots. And I think he's probably going to upgrade to 16GB if he wishes.
I have a question:
-Why did you get 4 x 4GB of RAM? (since I heard that first-gen Ryzen does not allow RAM to run at full speed with four sticks of RAM installed)
By the way, it's a quite good build. Though you'd far better off getting a better PSU.
What's with err... trollface sticker on the case?
Nice build, though.
You'd far better off getting a better PSU, since I heard that the TR2 series is well... worst-tier PSU.
Nice build you got there. (Even it's two months late)
Also, do you plan to overclock your RAM?
Could you provide more images of your build? Thanks.
Hey, I wonder why are you choosing a 850W PSU?
16GB of RAM? I hope it can run Cities: Skylines with a lot of mods installed.
+1 because Gundam. Also RAISE YOUR FLAAAAGG!!
Excellent build! I wonder if you have plan to upgrade to 16GB in the future?
Hey, I wonder if you plan to upgrade to 16GB in the future?
Not sure if that PSU is suffient enough to power that R9 280X (that card was power-hungry as ****)
Very decent build. Also, what's the name of the case in your build?
Do you have 4 sticks of RAM installed?
Logisys PSU is a fire hazard tho. I wonder why did you get that PSU in the first place.
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I wonder if you plan to upgrade your RAM to 16GB in the future.
Nice build, BTW.
Will this PC handle CPU-demanding games like Cities: Skylines and Planet Coaster?
I'd far better off getting 1x8GB though, as currently (non-Raven Ridge) Ryzen does not allow RAM to work at high speeds with 4 sticks of RAM installed, and with 8GB the assumption is you will eventually be upgrading to 16GB.
Fantastic build you got there. Have a free 1+!
Good luck with your GPU search!
EDIT: Also, cable management could've been better.
That's pretty good build for starter. Keep it up.
Currently waiting for the Coffee Lake version of this build guide.
750W PSU? That's overkill much?
You might consider getting a better PSU, as that PSU can burn your house down.