Depends on your budget.
Not for pure gaming it will be a long time before games can really use more than 8 cores.
Really 64GB of memory for a gaming PC?
For pure gaming their no reason to go past this unless you like RGB then that could be added.
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Depends on if it's just pure gaming and what monitor your using.
I would never use a VS power supply their just garbage.
You can use 1 video card that is not bigger than a 2 slot card.
I would not even try to run either of those processors on that motherboard.
That is a very low quality board with very poor power delivery and no Vram cooling.
To use what you have you would connect the controller to the motherboard, add the additional PSU power to the controller then use one splitter cable connected to where you would connect one of the fans to the controller then you can power all 5 fans. The controller says it's rated for 3A using the power supply connector for the controller.
I don't know why everybody drops your WIFI and changes the case you like.
More and faster storage,better video card for temps. Those compute drives are fairly bad
Ups the video card to the 2060.
I would agree with Tactless.
Anytime you add more memory even another set of the exact same their a chance it just won't work.
I would sell your 2X4 set and buy a (faster) 2X8GB set.
If I was spending that much on a video editing PC I would get the best performance I could get and not spend it on looks. 12 core 24 thread processor, 64GB of memory.
Yes you can overclock.
Is it worth it might and might not be depending on what your doing.
The video card is already overclocked from the factory so usually not much left to overclock them and not worth trying to get 3 to 5 more FPS.
With good cooling you could overclock the processor but it would depend on the games your playing and the monitor used if it would really help with the video card you have.
Their a ton of guides on overclocking on the internet I would not use software but do it in BIOS.
Reset CMOS and try it again.
Ya cyberjunk gives no support for their crap really. You can check to see if the fan screws are tight could also be the fan failing already. On their prebuilt models they use the cheapest crap they can have made for them or buy.
Nobody can really answer that because all of them are different. 5.0 is not a magic number not a clue why everybody thinks it is.
their about the same whatever is lower priced MSI makes good cards.
2060 Super for the same price or less. $397 - 10 bucks instant off with the promo code plus a 15 buck rebate card.
From your saved parts list the ASUS (devil company) is 399 at Amazon.
The AF version is but their questionable motherboard support.
It does appear that the motherboard supports it with the first BIOS version so should be fine.
Their absolutely no possible way for your CPU temp to be lower than room temp unless your cooling it with a coolant that is lower than room temp.
It will still be linked. Not a clue why your so stressed about what I post might just mind your own business!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your really stressed over the karma crap I don't even look at mine or care.
Probably more than the staff hate you but I don't know or even care.
Nothing says you can't create a new account if your account is in good standings it would be a workaround for a name change. You still can't upvote anything that you post.
The Staff posted after us and has never said we told him anything wrong.
Nothing really wrong with your build but you could save a good bit and keep right at the same performance.
What monitor are you looking at for most of the more demanding games the performance might not be that good depending on the resolution.
I would probably be looking at a regular 4K monitor and a 1080p monitor on the side that you probably already have that would let you put more into the PC.
Of course its your money your decision.
4K resolution video footage to edit?
Better cases with better airflow. For the color why ask us your going to be looking at it everyday not us.
If this is your motherboard you only have one video card slot.
NO the 2600 I recommended is not on a dead sock, It uses DDR 4. can you get it through your head that I recommended the R5 2600 or not.
DO YOU NOT SEE THIS IS WHAT I RECOMMENDED
even userbenchmark said that.
I don't see why your replying to me when I already stated that
Average User Bench
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed 101 Pts 111 Pts Slightly faster single-core speed.
Avg. Dual Core Mixed Speed 198 Pts 218 Pts Slightly faster dual-core speed.
Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed 369 Pts 417 Pts Slightly faster quad-core speed.
Avg. Octa Core Mixed Speed 374 Pts 689 Pts Hugely faster octa-core speed.
right on user benchmark not really accurate but gives a decent Idea.
Not sure how much you could spend but the processor is better this site is not 100% accurate but fairly close.
Their better processors you could get for a higher price.
The motherboard is good for the price.
Intel is still ahead just by a bit but it is more expensive.
you have one saved build list and no completed builds posted.
you only have 2 topics just make another account.
For iracing your typical setup would look like this with you setting actually inside the side monitors. (makes it look like you looking out your side window)
You can actually tell the game what monitor sizes are in each place and tell it how many degrees of view you have. It also has bezel correction to make it look right. You can use any monitors you wish really I would buy 3 of the same.
Been racing it for a while scrip ran out just going to renew it.
On a side note I hope your planing to buy the steering wheel and stuff if not your going to be hated really quick because of all the wrecks you cause.
Everything works as listed. The 2070 Super video card should do fine even with the new game in VR.
The video card should do fine and the Max motherboard already comes with the updated BIOS for that processor.
If you wish to spend more money you could upgrade to the 2080Super and get the 750 watt version on the power supply
All of the Max version boards from MSI are already updated.
For your original question should of checked your other post.
That will work.
How do you know your CPU is dead that is very rare.
Processors that work with that board.
A used Core i5-4670 would be a good choice.
These were my thoughts.
Went high on the cooling for the parts used, mount the 2 extra fans listed in the front of the case blowing in, move the original front fans to the back and top back blowing out. Also some overkill on the CPU cooler.
1TB of fast SSD storage.
6 core/ 12 thread processor should be fine.
Windows 10 on a USB for quick loading. You just install the 64 bit version it will ask you what to install.
Best video card offered to keep in the price range. Overkill for the TV will be needed for VR.
32GB of memory might be a bit of overkill but the new game is saying 12GB and VR will eat up a bit more and add a couple of other programs open I just see 16GB as being borderline.
Just a bit over budget check Amazon prices as their grayed out right now the prices shown with no store are from Amazon. Amazon is also delaying shipment on PC parts so adjustments can be made if you need it quicker. https://www.pcmag.com/news/amazon-pc-part-shipment-dates-slip-to-late-april-amid-coronavirus-rush
What version are you talking about that video was the older version their a new version being released. They have different requirements.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 this version can also be ran on a Xbox.
Also that TV is just 720p so a lot less video card would be required for that than a VR headset.
Fan basics. Front, bottom, side, blowing in, top, back, blowing out.
100% this would be what I bought if mine went to crap but my G510S model is still doing very well after about 5 years.