Thanks! I was just making sure that I'd be able to upgrade to a new version when Windows 10 becomes obsolete! Looks like I'll be buying the full version
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Yes, it would. If you want the best possible performance for Solidworks, I'd consider upgrading your GPU to an RTX 2070.
I'd get the i7 then
Could we have a part list? And what would you do with the computer?
He said "GAME ON" since this is kind of like a competition
The Vega 56 can be bought new for around $300. Getting a used one for $100 is very unlikely.
Oh, gotcha. Thanks!
... why the troll build?
But he could get a better system, and that's what 13jonesb was trying to say.
No need to downvote him for that. He's literally helping someone find a better build with their money. Your build has issues.
CAN I TEST YOU? HEHEHE ;)
I LOVE YOU
Haha, I hope so!
Sorry, I went $0.45 over :(
You will not be able to do that with a budget of $600 CDN.
I would do this. I chose cheaper RAM, a larger SSD, and removed the cooler since the stock cooler should be fine. I swapped out the GTX 1660ti for a faster RTX 2060.
The AIO has a super small chance of leaking. The only way to "mess it up" would be to slash it with a knife.
Okay, thanks! Depending on the temperatures I get and the amount of clearance I have between my GPU and my radiator, I might look into doing a push-pull configuration.
I removed the cooler since the stock cooler should be sufficient and switched the PSU to a fully modular one that was the same price.
I changed the GPU to a GTX 1660. Assuming you'd get the 1060 for around $100 less like you mentioned, you could get a faster and newer GPU.
You didn't link the part list.
ravenhawkhero... Is that a serious build?
True. Isn’t this process risky though? Wouldn’t it be easy to break something important?
If you don’t want a super light mouse and want more features, get the new G502 LIGHTSPEED
Get a G Pro Wireless and a Ducky One 2 Mini
Yeah, I know what you mean about having a heavy mouse. I plan on doing a weight reduction mod on it when I get it to drop it to around 100g. I know it's still heavy, but it's doable.
It's cheaper and gets better temps since it has 3 fans
If you're only gaming, stick to Intel.
"25000" I got you. I can make a god-tier PC for less.