I suggest moving your gpu to the top pcie 16x slot as you have it in a pcie 4x slot
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Also, i suggest not to trust bottleneck calculators as bottlenecking can depends on a whole magnitude of variables.
It is bad, you can get a 3 pack of rgb fans for $32, https://pcpartpicker.com/product/qgsmP6/deepcool-rf-120-3-in-1-565-cfm-120mm-fans-rf-120-3-in-1.
it is just i see a 3.5" hdd in your list, thats all
Then where did you put the hard drive in your list then?
I see a huge red flag, that psu can not fit in a p300. You either have the wrong case or a different psu.
People see that it is fast in synthetics and think that it is fast in real world performance, as i said, it is the placebo affect
m.2 is just a form factor, not a measure of speed. people use m.2 drives because they think they are faster then sata ssd, when in fact they boot windows the same speed. the only real reason you choose m.2 over a 2.5" ssd is for sff builds or if your workload can benefit from nvme.
To sum it up: m.2 is a form factor, people choose a m.2 drive because they assume it is faster and get tricked by a placebo affect.
pcpp really needs to fix that
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its not that it is atx 12v v2.3, it is the platform it is built on which is from the early 90's, you can tell because no modern psus made in the laste 15 or so years has a voltage selection switch. plus your psu is only rated 360w max
Some of your parts don’t match the ones in your list.
Highly suggest removing the molex to sata cables as they will catch fire.
The bottom filter is magnetic. I own the pc o11 dynamic.
I highly suggest not spending $700 on a motherboard, there are much cheaper atx x570 boards that can handle the 3900x for much cheaper.
2080 is just a place holder for the 2080 super
2080 is just a place holder for the 2080 super
Can you not read? Also the team l5 lite 3d uses the same internal hardware as the mx500. It has dram as seen here https://imgur.com/a/yJ5VDqk.
The ssd has dram, if you would mind reading i said the 2080 is just a place holder for the 2080 super. Would you like to link me to proof that the ssd lacks Dram? My sisters system is running an rtx 2080 on a 550w psu.
I edited his list to remove overpriced parts and make it more powerful. The RTX 2080 is a place holder for the new RTX 2080 super. The b450 tomahawk will need a bios update which msi makes very easy through their cpuless bios flashing feature.
all am4 board minus a few b350 and a320 board support 3rd gen through a bios update
Zen 2 12 core cpu is only $60 more then the i9 in that list. The 12 core zen 2 cpu is the r9 3900x.
I suggest not going with an amd gpu if the OP is planning to stream. Nvidia is a much better option due to Nvenc.
just a heads up, the a400 is a horrible ssd, it lacks dram which means it is slow and has a shorter life span. i also suggest going with zen2 as it is more powerful and cheaper.
use this https://www.ekwb.com/custom-loop-configurator/
all the a400 ssds
What makes the a400 junk is that it lacks dram, ssd that lack dram are slow and have a shorter lifespan. just incase you wanted to know
The a400 is an utter junk ssd, just letting you know for next time
This list is better optimized for your uses, The 2080 is a better choice over the radeon 7 due to nvidia having the Nvenc built in.
I suggest not getting an AMD gpu if the OP plans to stream. Nvidia is way better at streaming due to the built in nvenc encoder.
zen 2 is launching on the 7th of july and is rumored to have same / better ipc then current gen intel but for way cheaper.
Intel is not worth getting atm due to zen 2
It isn't even the cheapest 2070
The thing is, the card you recommended is a way worse card.
Those reviews were back when the 20 series had the faulty memory which affected ALL 20 series gpus. I would not trust any reviews on any 20 series gpu now.
Ventus is a horrible card, i highly suggest going for the gigabyte card
The 660p is a ssd that i suggest avoiding
The junk quality psu?
Sounds like a faulty psu, if it killed one card then it is possible it killed the 580. Do you have another system to test the 580 in?
Did you remove the plastic from the bottom of the cooler?
Just because it is running fine now does not mean it will blow up later, apevia isn't knowing to make good psus. I suggest getting a different psu like the cx 550w
Trusting Linus tech tips forum is like trusting the verges build guide.
Don't trust psu tier lists
that list your friend made was utter trash, Here is a way better list for way under budget.
I edited your list to add better quality parts
It is EVGA, they have one of the best support teams
Your psu should still be under warranty, I suggest contacting EVGA about it