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Why exactly didn't you just use the 2400G
I like my coffee as far away from me as possible, because I don't like coffee
Does it have freesync, g-sync, or nothing
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/hCJv29 Here's a build if you use a Freesync display
actually the 580 costs less, the thing that made it cost more was the 2600, which is miles better than the 1300
What kind of monitor do you use?
The Meshify C has tons of airflow and certainly looks nice
It still gets 1080p 60FPS maxed on most titles, and you said it was for light gaming anyways, so the small difference shouldn't matter that much
Isn't there going to be a bottleneck bigger than Mt.Everest?
What is your budget?
wouldn't the phenom perform worse than the 2400g?
good to see Optane finally being added
you were using the integrated graphics on the 2400G before, so I assumed you didn't need anything too powerful
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/pvJwrH/dell-monitor-m2gcr Get this while you still can, the extra width will make certain sites more readable
Slightly more expensive but more ram, slightly more powerful, and takes advantage of your monitor's freesync for a tear free experience. Welcome to the PCMR PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
I would sell for $1000-1180
Don't forget the tariffs on chinese-made goods in the US
Can you at least make it possible to have multiple types of GPU in one system for stuff like UnRaid and freesync on nVidia GPUs?
I'd be more concerned about it fitting
PCs don't have to be giant towers anymore, here's a small tower that is just as powerful PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
That's U.2, there are other form factors
they still sell physical copies i believe
The i5 8400 is the best for your money
You could save money by not buying the NH-L9i and get a 2600 and a cheap GPU locally
Logitech marketing shows that the lighting can be 16.8 million colors. I presume that includes white. There might be a slight tint to the color if it isn't RGBW, though, as to make white it would have to light up all 3 LEDs
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/YLDzK8/silverstone-case-sstsg11b How about this?
less maintenance is always better, especially if it's cheaper and performs just as well or better
RX 580 is better option due to lower price
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/G3K6KB would this work?
It would certainly be unique
I myself am not building it, I just wanted opinion on my part selection
I can't really answer that, sorry
It uses a 5V header like most other RGB items
Quiet, Premium, and Powerful PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Go down to an i5 8400, remove the hyper 212 evo, get a better case, and get a 2-4tb HDD as well
You should try to undervolt further
Slightly more expensive, but mITX and Watercooled PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
it's literally free rgb fans after rebate
Dell makes some of the best monitors out there, and this one is, although not the best of the best, still very good
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/BcTrxr/dell-monitor-s2716dg this panel is cheaper. While you lose 21hz on the refresh rate, you can overclock to get some of them back. This display has one of the best TN panels, comparable to many lower-end IPS panels
You can also get a cheap bulldozer AM4 CPU, as they work out of the box with A320/B350/X370 boards. They also make decent replacement CPUs if you accidentally bend the pins on your primary chip
Only 4 moving parts PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
most cards sell from $220 to $450 USD
http://www.vuugo.com/azza-case-fans-FNAZ-12RGB-B-011.html?tracking=5108053939762 you canadians might want to take advantage of this if it's real
upon further inspection, it is a price underflow glitch. the site says -$1 CAD
it's worth it for productivity
buy 50 that's probably a glitch