Should apologize to him you were going to have him stick it in and not know what was wrong.
Do I really need to answer that?
No they don't.
I would drop one set of the memory and get the 3700x then. Going to have to get a mounting kit for AM4 for the cooler.
For memory speed DDR4 is not really faster than DDR3. My memory is DDR3 2400 with 11 cas that comes out like 9.1ns it would pretty much take DDR4 3200 with 15 cas to match it. It's a bit more involved than that but fairly close.
It's a good reference spot 100% accurate no.
That's not a lot of a upgrade for the money spent.
That I why I still have my 4790k if you overclock it some you right at the same performance except with programs that can use all the cores.
If the build is the saved Dark build in your profile all I can say is OUCH. 1300 bucks less with the same performance.
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65C is not to hot.
Your talking a minute amount and actually you can look at it like loosing more with 2 cables because of the added length of wire.
Looks good to me.
If you have crashes related to drivers it's not stable. For fixing it they have had 7 months not counting the time for development before the cards were released and their still not fixed.
Unless you need the gen 4 drive for some work programs neither.
For your average user the same performance including boot time.
Why would you buy a card that has driver issues that never might get fixed. Value if you call spending your money on something with known problems value do it but don't try to talk me or somebody else into buying problems. You can spend the same amount for a STABLE card and drivers and loose just a bit of performance.
3100 with the monitor (43").
All you need fast 8 core processor with the best card out right now 2080ti 2TB SSD for games.
You can spend more of course but for pure gaming their no reason to.
Their saying the 2080ti Super could be release9d the first quarter of this year.
1 CPU fan and 1 case fan.
Guess it depends on the fan hub.
One of the worst power supplies built and the video card will be sitting right on top of it, needs SFX PSU with adapter for that case.
Standard warring to cover their butts. The AM4 socket has been out a long time.
If you not running it really heavily moded then 16gb of memory is fine instead of 32gb.
Free shipping on the monitor.
Their no backplate on that video card.
Their a bunch of bad cards and still driver problems after 7 months.
The monitor is just as good TN panel instead of IPS but GSync. and if it's hard wired then leave off the WIFI card.
Just a few changes and you could probably get the 2080 Super video card.
The BIOS on the motherboard is already updated and really no reason to add the extra fans.
The video card I would not buy because of the problems.
If the build is the one in your profile skip the thermal paste and get another fan.
His answer yes is not even close depending on the parts used, could be could not be.
Semi usually only has the cables connected you must use anyhow.
Their no difference in any of it they make good and bad mATX cases just like mid towers.
Need to list the monitor because that is needed to pick the video card.
I rather spend the same for a bit less performance than buy something with known problems with no fix in sight.
It's already been 7 months.
Buy a 120mm for the back.
You need a case at least.
They both work the same.
It's just a 105 watt processor and has very little overclocking room so really any 240mm cooler would work for water cooling. Usually the fans are the loudest part and can be replaced with lower noise fans.
Gaming PC need more lanes for M.2 drives. None of that adds up..?
Till you run into the driver issues their still having.
Much better all the way around.
A good case not sure where you live.
1387 the 3600 paired with a 2060 Super.
CPU power nothing will change.
It's not touching almost means nothing.
315mm of room for the video card the card can almost touch the front fan it doesn't matter.
Decent gaming build. Upgrading not much life left in anything. By the time he needs a new CPU their will be better stuff out AM4 will only get one more refresh.
They use generic warrings because PP is in no way a absolute yes these parts worked site and never will be.
The same as the can't confirm everything fits warrings.
Upgraded from what to what.
If you changed the motherboard did you do a fresh install of the OS?
Work programs that can take advantage of SLI as he already stated.
Same answer would depend on the rest of the parts if it would even matter or not.
For your just average user nothing fancy a 7200 disc drive is fine.
I would put it in the 400 buck area.
That is not a 500 buck monitor you can buy a new one similar for 100, 250gb SSD 35 bucks, used 580 100, motherboard 80 bucks.