Their a lot of people having the same issue. AMD has no fix yet and might not ever knowing them. It makes me LOL every time I see people here saying buy one because their the best bang for the buck, that is true but worthless if you can't depend on it.
I would take the 2060 Super any day and loose 15% or so of performance and have a stable system.
Get the 1440p and keep the one you have look at my setup. Buying a 4K monitor for gaming and trying to get high FPS makes no since. If you have to turn the settings to low to get high FPS is defeats the purpose of having a 4K monitor.
Their still having driver issues. I do not recommend anybody to buy one of those cards.
That 1TB hard drive will be used and come with no warranty other than not being DOA.
Gets you a bit better board, hard drive, and upgrades to a RX 580 video card.
The power supply is better quality and 550 watts.
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I went 1440p and will never go lower again. 2 arm pole I use one for gaming and work and the other for side programs.
Just different looks. Same speed, timings and voltage.
New releases. Looks like a bad batch so they disabled the 6 cores and 12 threads down to just 6 cores and the 3900 they lowered the clock speed.
Either. People have been saying games will start to use more than 2 cores for about 10 years and it just came true in the last few years. How games use cores depends on the game engine used.
For the future nobody has a crystal ball. I do know it would be bad for business to make a game that truly required a bunch of cores making people upgrade to be able to play the game.
The last game that comes to mind is Watch Dogs was recommending a i7 and the game came out and a fast 2 core runs it the same.
I been avoiding Asus for a few years and GB makes a decent board but has become overpriced.
You need to list all your parts.
All you need. A shorter shaft would also work I like it to be easy to reach.
EDIT well if your using zip ties you need something to cut them with.
For pretty much any gaming depending on the games.
The motherboard works with the 3600 processor with all BIOS versions and doubles the SSD space.
Swap the power supplies back.
Coil whine can develop at any time so could just be the card.
Not really important most boards have at least one 3.0 and one 2.0 you can always buy a adapter or just have 2 working 3.0 on the case.
The adapters are like 5 bucks.
A SSD is in no way a must. You will need to overclock your CPU to the 4.6 / 4.8 area or as much as you can with your limited cooler.
It will fit so easy it will look dinky in that case.
You already made the main mistake of spending way to much on the case instead of getting the performance parts first.
Ya people should post first then buy. Not buy some parts then post.
A bit over.
The mATX board is going to look dinky in a mid tower case.
Restarts are usually the PSU.
Why 2 1440p monitors?
Really all you need should be good for high settings, ultra wide monitor for a increased field of view. The 2080ti is just not worth the 70% price increase for a 15% performance increase.
I did not check the fans you listed but more video card and less of everything else.
unhook the drives, remove the video card, reset CMOS and try to boot into BIOS with the monitor hooked up to the motherboard.
8 bucks more and much better performance.
That is not worth 800 bucks and the memory you bought will not work with it.
It's made by CWT and is actually a good PSU.
With that case you really need a SFX power supply or the card almost sits on the PSU.
3 bucks over.
You need to format the drive and assign it a drive letter.
If I was switching to a M.2 I would do a fresh install although they are migration programs.
I believe the cooler will have to be mounted in the front of the case and then the card won't fit.
No 5V RGB connector on the board for the fans.
A mATX board in a mid tower case looks dinky.
Just a bit over you can add another drive when needed.
I would get this board.
Their never been a PC built without a bottleneck and never will be. A bottleneck is just the slowest part doing a certain task and can change to a different part using different programs or games.
Their almost no difference in in to 2 processors for gaming performance for the video cards their about a 15% difference.
So if you look at it in FPS about 0 in the processors and for the cards if you were getting 100 FPS with the 1660ti you could get 115 with the 2060 (all depending on the game of course)
The 2060 Super is not overkill for a 144hz monitor, it's also not having driver issues like the 5700 is.
You did see he is also using work programs, m.2 drive for the OS and programs, 1TB SSD for games and work space 3TB for storage. Not my fault people that don't use their PC for work think a 1TB drive is big enough. (I have 5 drives in my PC over 6TB of storage)
The motherboard will support any AM4 processors and their only going to release one more for AM4 so the upgrade argument is just dead air.
That Intel drive is not what to buy for a work and game PC it slows to a craw as it fills up.
Better overall build than yours for what he is using his PC for and right in budget.
With plenty of storage. 1502.
You need Windows and a adapter for one of the monitors.
2 monitors and Windows is close to 350 already.
The way it reads to me is he gets to the login screen and doesn't know the password.
The 2080 Super should put you way above 60. That is a very solid build.