Depends on what the PC will be used for.
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It's not made to do any of that, I would think what your seeing is what your hardware can do.
Looks fine to me at least your not buying a video card that looks like this as in the above build.
Read the reviews on Newegg I would not even consider that card.
Did you not see the real life benchmarks from the video's the NVME drives are not going to help you and you can get double the space going the other way. M.2 is just a form factor not sure you know that.
7 bucks over.
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Is that 115 F or 115 C. The processor should throttle down at 100C keeping it from going much past that temp.
I would say the AIO is either not mounted right still, still have it wired wrong, or pump is dead or dying.
That is why I switched to Air their nothing to go wrong.
The bad thing about obsolete processors is they don't die like the motherboards do. That leaves most people needing a motherboard to replace their dead one and very few people needing a processor so their just not a market for them.
A working motherboard for the FX series would be much easier to sell and probably get more money for it than the selling price when it was new.
Quickest yes for work performance or just running benchmarks for a gaming PC it's not going to help at all. You should of researched some benchmarks in real world performance.
Are you buying used parts?.
The 8700K gives better performance than that processor for a lower price, for the rest of it it depends on what your using the PC for.
Spending way to much on the case.
I cant say anymore than that without knowing what the PC is going to be used for.
If its for gaming better performance with 1TB of SSD space, better processor, better video card, and only 50 bucks more including the motherboard price.
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I would also think WIFI would be a must have.
Good monitor if your video card can handle it.
If it's for gaming their no need for the nvme drive at all you will get about a 1 second faster boot time that's it. Just buy another 1tb SSD you can get it in M,2 form if you wish.
For most people the 9700K is plenty of processor.
This is not 100% accurate but fairly close.
That looks about right for a refurb.
The i7 only has 2 cores plus hyperthreading.
Less money better performance, double the SSD space and a 1660ti.
The cooler is sold here.
A 2060 will not pull 144 FPS in some of the newer games and poorly optimized game engines without turning the settings down.
Poor reviews on what the OS.=? one guy did not know what he was doing and the other had no problem. All 2 reviews hu?
I only buy PC parts from Newegg and Amazon because of their exultant return policy. Bought a motherboard from superbiz/SLOW they revived the order pulled it in 2 days then it sat their 7 days before it shiped.
I use a USB stick for all of mine with no problems.
You can buy the disc for 89 bucks.
Bumps you up to the RTX 2070 card.
For 10 bucks more you can get the full version of windows on a USB stick (you just install the 64 bit it will ask what to install) can be installed on more than one PC.
Your going to need a Intel processors for that.
If you wish to stick with Intel.
Something doesn't add up the card has no DVI or VGA.
A bit better performance till you get past 6 cores that from the games he plays is not going to happen.
Puts you back in budget.
I also don't like the Intel M.2 drives.
The 2070 has about the same performance of the 1080. Both would work well for up to a 1440p monitor.
No because the best processor it can use is a 7700K 4 cores and hyper threading all the newer processors have at least 6 cores just for the I5.
That would put you 570 in cost this is less than 5 and a lot better.
You would also need to add a CPU cooler to the price so that would put in this range that would just crush anything you could put in that board.
Brand new with 16GB of memory and warranty for less money and a bit better performance.
The NVME drive will do nothing for a gaming PC. Lower cost and the 1TB SSD should also hold most of your games.
If you look at your processor it has worst performance than a 80 buck Intel. Just not suited for 4K editing.
Their always a bottleneck in ever PC that has been built.
I would not even think about it as long as your getting the performance you need.
So no need to waste money. If you look at his first post where he lives their a lot less to pick from.
I had 20 bucks to eat lunch but just spent 8.
To tell you the truth your going to need more processing power for 4k video editing.
I dont think upgrading anything will really help.
Probably time to rebuild.
You would need to buy 2 sticks of memory to get 16gb, the board does have a M.2 slot, for the card it looks limited to a single slot card because of the 24 pin power connector.
You already have the best processor you can get, looks like 16gb of memory is supported, 180 watt power supply probably limits you to a 1030 video card.
Really no reason to spend more than this leaving the keyboard and stuff to what you like.
1 stick of slow memory is not good for AMD, the RX570 beats the 1050ti for a lot less, and that is a garbage power supply.
Nobody knows that when you just put gaming rig.
Mostly wasted money, crazy expensive motherboard, no reason to get over 16GB of memory, slow 5400 RPM hard drive, Hate the SSD, 12 fans Really?
Nobody can answer that usually you an fine sales just as good here and their all year long.
Hard to plan a build now for months ahead since new hardware will be out.
Nothing really to rate just a average mid level build.
-1 for using memory under 3000.
Why 2 X 1440p monitors gaming on 2 monitors puts the bezel right in the middle of the game.
I would of went with a ultra wide instead. or either the 1440p and a 1080p and run the game on the 1440p and use the 1080p for side programs or whatever.
If you can mount it in the top of the case blowing out it should. That case doesn't have the best front airflow.
No need for over 16gb of memory and for the video card that 100% depends on the monitor your going to use that is not listed.
The hard drive will not come with a warranty other than not being DOA.
You just broke the latch no big deal.
Download and run OCCT and make sure your CPU temps are good, if not clean your cooler out. You could also turn the in game settings down if that helps then get the new video card.
Like I said the 1660 is over a 100% upgrade.
I would get a new video card like a 1660 about a 100% increase in performance for the card. You could go for the 1660ti if the price is not to much.
That is a big can of worms been their done that. I can work their engine fairly well, along with supporting programs to import to it, even C++ Been using MS visual for a long time.
The PC is easy things I hope you know.
Your not going to make the next PUG. They hire people for big games that just specialize in lighting, terrain , AI or other areas on the engine. 1000's of hours.
It takes a lot of supporting programs. you need to know C++ or another supported language + programs to make the charters and items, clothing, everything.
It will take you a long time just to make a simple game unless you know how to use the other programs. By simple I mean like just cars that race around a track in simple mode just steer and give it gas. I'm not even including damage to the car if you wreck.
That is a very poor game engine to make games that everybody can run. Look at SOTA the game that was supposed to replace the longest running MMO Ultima Online. It runs like dog crap on a PC so much they made it so good looking that you can't even play in groups much less multi player on your average PC. For more simple stuff like phone games it's not to bad.
Easy to make the PC for it to make the games very hard to make them so the average PC can actually run them with decent performance.
Drives you will need or might be sorry, internal and external backup for the drives. I use both internal and external. I have at one time worked on C++ for like 12 hours straight then have a SG drive fail on me guess what lost all that work! My internal is set to back up as I work the external is set to back up every nite.
A better cooler for the CPU.
Lower priced and much better.