Yeah I've noticed they are significantly cheaper as well. Thanks
OK thanks for letting me know.
OK, thanks for the feedback! I think I'll just stick with whatever comes in the box.
Ok, cool. I’m not very experienced with this kind of thing, so I’d like your opinion. Should I get any thermal paste? And if so what kind? Thanks so much.
Hey thanks for your response. I think I’m gonna go with the cryorig m9a. However, when I add the cooler to my parts list I still get that weird compatibility note. Is that anything to worry about? Thanks again.
Does anyone else have an opinion on this? Can't decide what I want to do. I honestly don't want to overclock so if I were to upgrade and you would like to recommend some parts then keep that in mind please. Thanks
So would you disagree with Thinshaw18?
So you think that the 4790k and the ram is holding me back a bit?
We can check again on the cables and get back to you. I was somewhat surprised myself. The other thing we thought of doing was trying to use the cables from our previous Evga power supply as they are both modular but the cables aren’t compatible.
This is the parts list. The incompatibilities are just about the gpu not fitting but we tested it and it does. Right now we are contemplating upgrading to the 600w version, even though this says it will only consume about 400w.
alright thanks I like this part list.
Will that cpu work with the mobo? also i dont think you read the entire thing lol
A few questions, why did you choose the 7700t over the regular 7700, is the aftermarket cpu cooler really necessary, why no gpu, and lastly what exactly is the psu? Just questions, I'm looking to understand.
ayyy you like PUBG bro?
Yeah, I noticed that, I think that I'll either hit you up again or just tweak it a bit when we're ready to buy it. Thanks man.
well, we haven't bought the parts yet, and I don't know if we will very soon. It's probably going to take her a while to save up, but I'll definitely show it to you and post it on pcpartpicker when it's finished. Thanks a lot for checking in though!
Sweet, pretty sure I'll use this list. Thanks
Thanks for taking the time to make this, it does look pretty good, and 26 bucks over budget is not much, and with the parts on the list it's well worth it.
Thanks, this list is really good, and you even fit a 1050 ti in there. The only thing that I'm kind of worried about, but I'm not sure if I should be is that the cpu is old. But otherwise this a fantastic list.
Why the xeon? Is that really necessary for gaming?
Who's your main? Nice build btw.
Thanks, it is sort of a long story. Essentially we bought all the parts for an itx build, and then found out that the graphics card was too big for the case. So we returned the case and are going to order it's bigger version.
If you wanted you could just swap the fans to the top of the rad and therefore hide them, but if you don't really care about looks just leave em. Anyways sweet build, lovin the 1080. +1
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Thanks man, and I definitely think that he will want to upgrade in the future, once he starts playing more demanding games and realizes this won't be able to handle it at max settings lol.
Hey thanks, I really appreciate you making the list for me! Anyways, as soon as we build it I will post it so keep an eye out!
In the description did you mean DIY instead of DYI lol? Anyways good looking build!
Why did you choose the locked 6400 yet go with a z170 mobo and a water cooler? The build looks really good besides that, great job with color coordination.
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There you go.
Yes it did. thanks
Yes thanks, but you forgot I need an OS.
dank build breh +1
I would say it is, but not by a ridiculous amount. And you would be future proofing by going with skylake.
Yes I would say that. Keep in mind that I'm talking about gaming.
Pretty decent, but I wouldn't recommend that ssd in particular. Also I have no lcue what this build is meant for, but i'm guessing gamin.
I will just give my opinion on each of the parts. Althoug I don't know what this build is meant to do.
CPU: I have this one muself and it's great, but if you want to just game, I would go with the i5 6600k, because you don't really need an i7 to game. Plus it is cheaper.
Ram: if you decided to go with the i5, you could upgrade to 16 gbs, which I think is a good idea.
GPU: r9 390 is better then 380x...
Case: You could just get the enthoo pro m which is pretty much the same except smaller. And cheaper.
Damn! Thats all I've got to say. +1
this is almost identical to my build! +1
Cable management is on another level!!!!!! Really slick build. +1