I got the latest driver and it's not working.
No, you can get a case for the same size but it would be easier to work with.
Should be. I wouldn't cheap out on a case, the first pc I built had a crappy case and it was very hard to work with.
Wheres your build?
Should be fine.
ok, I will test it out
It's a good card. It does not depend on brand, almost every 580 you find performs the same.
That's a great price for an 8gb card but if you're into serious gaming I would suggest a 1070.
First off you need to see tutorials on youtube. Make sure you have yourself grounded when you build it. Know your components and what they do. You just need a magnetic Phillips screwdriver and thats all.
My plan is 150 mega bites per second, I only got 90 on my motherboard so I decided to get the network adapter to see if I got faster speed but it got slower. I used speedtest.
Damn, I wish you were my dad.
Check the motherboard manual for M.2's.
Get an i5 or ryzen 5, also get a amd card like a 570 they perform much better and they are cheaper. You would get better performance for a cheaper price.
If you plan on upgrading in the future you should get a higher wattage psu.
It's a good build I wouldn't add anything else to it. probably the gtx 1080's price would decrease when it comes out
did you take off the screws?
water cooling is unnecessary and it brings more risks like a leak and it could wear out like clogs or the liquid could change a murky brown color.but if you need it for overclocking etc you should get it.
if you are planning to download a lot of stuff get a hdd.ssd's are faster
hdd's are slower
I wouldn't recommend the wifi card ethernet is better but you can keep it.And also case sucks I got the red one and cable management was cancer
ryzen since it's the latest and I would recommend you also use dual channel ram
gaming and budget is 1000$
try this https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/BvLhf8
micro atx in a atx case would look a bit wierd
since pentiums have hyper threading i3's are useless
try this https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/qcMHHN
cpu cooler is way overpriced just get a corsair 240 mm rad
my budget is 970 cad and its for gaming
no but you could get 1 fan if you are planning to get one get the cooler master sickleflow 120
you can go to their website and download it on a usb
good build but the cpu cooler already comes with thermal paste and you can download the os on a flash drive to save some money
just get a 6700k if you have the money those i7's are old
maybe the bios needs an update so it could boot