In the video I had 2666mhz memory overclocked to 3ghz
It was ok I guess. I got it for $25
It would make the build look more clean. Look at this rosewill which had CRAP cable management.
Not a necessity but definately worth the 30m to 1h to clean it up.
The cables will not affect the operation or temps of the PC in any way. But if you were not going to cable manage you should've not gotten a case with a side panel. Just looks messy.
Regardless nice setup
Same situation as you. I have the cards and they max all games played currently. When a GPU upgrade is needed something much faster be out.
I'm jealous. Since release I've about bought 5700xt and 2070 super multiple times. I just dont need the cards since I already have 4 systems and the wife will kill me if I spend another $500 ish.
Main: Ryzen 7 3700x 4.3ghz + Nvidia 1070ti https://valid.x86.fr/tim79f
Wife: Ryzen 7 1700X 3.8ghz + RX480 8gb https://valid.x86.fr/r5kdfu
Oldest Son: 4670k 4.4 ghz + 390x 8gb https://valid.x86.fr/swavhi
Youngest Son: Ryzen 7 1700X 3.8ghz + 980 ti https://valid.x86.fr/jxeld9
Spare for when oldest son visits: Ryzen 5 2600 + RX 570 (have the parts except waiting on the CPU from hardwareswap) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/26K2Rk
Actually the Ryzen 2600 is much more future proof and gaming is about the same. The 1660ti is a good card in its price bracket.
I missed the date built, but Ryzen has been the better price/performance since release.
You could easily save $100 on your psu and case choices.
The NZXT 510 is a fine case and $80-$100 cheaper for better internals.
I hope those prices are not what you paid recently.
And that PC needs some cable management. That's the ugliest corded mess i've seen in awhile and that case should have fantastic cable management
Nice budget setup and I hope you are using the 2x8gb 3000 mhz ram as the gpu loves dual channel and fast ram (2666 as a bare minimum but seems 3200mhz is the sweet spot)
Have you overcloked at all? Here is a video I did with my 2200G + Stock cooling on a Asrock B450M HDV
Actually a decent setup. I had a R3 2200G + B450m HDV R4 and it would run 3.9 ghz but I set it 3.8 ghz 24/7. On stock cooler and a much less efficient case (Rosewill X3). I had 8gb and a old HD7950 but it played current games like a champ.
Doesn't affect performance but those cables are gross and should be behind the motherboard where possible.
You aren't much of a friend. A Ryzen 2600 with a b450 motherboard performs much better and much more future proof thanks to the 6 core 12 thread. The 1660ti for $270 is so close to the cost of a 5700 that going Ryzen 2600 + 5700 would probably have been cheaper and much better performance.
Nice setup, only thing i'd change is the rx 580 over the 1060 6gb. The 580 is faster now and more memory for future proof.
Very nice build. I have the same ram.
I have no idea why you didnt pay $40-50 more for a 5700XT though
The RX480 is about as fast as a 1060 6gb so probably much faster. I was kidding about the 14 fps.
This estimates 176 fps with a Ryzen 1700 + 480 (this PC is overclocked 1700x + 480)
Just one 120mm in the rear as exhaust.
Are you being serious. The 5700 kills the 2060S at 1440P and is faster at every other resolution also while costing less; same as the RX 570 kills the crappy 1050ti you have in your build for less cost.
What game and resolution ?
Poor cable management. I've had this a few years before the RGB craze and my wife picked it out for the white/purple (her new build is white with RGB). Has mesh front so good airflow.
I enjoyed the Phanteks P300. Was a nice case with good cable management and good airflow.
Where did you find your parts. The prices are much lower than I've seen
Do you have a 580? My 570 is almost as fast as my 480 which is only few % slower than a 580. https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18972865
If you are 20% faster please post a compare link. Heck if you are 10% faster I want to see the link.
10-12% better at best for 20%+ more cost
Actually I don't own Minecraft I'm sure at least 14
I think you'd have been happier paying $5 for a B450 motherboard so you could overclock. I used a $65 Asrock B450M HDV with a R3 2200G (same basic cpu just has the onboard video and higher stock clocks). I was able to overclock the 2200G to 3.9 ghz and even with a old HD7950 was playing overwatch and other games 1080P high settings.
How is it more reliable? Its about 10% faster is all.
Feel you would've been better off with a Ryzen 3600 with stock cooler. Faster and cheaper and a b450 motherboard or even x470 for less and more performance.
Definitely a nice setup. I didn't like the temps/volts with PBO on my 3700x so just overclocked to email@example.com
The 1050ti is low power but a lower spec gpu. The RX 570 is much faster.
I can't stand using PC without SSD these days
So far for less than $500 my son is super happy (My build is a 1700x @ 3.8 + 1070 ti). Plays all games at 1080P High at 100 fps pretty easy. https://pcpartpicker.com/b/7HKBD3
The XFX 570 4GB is a great card and almost as fast as my Gigabyte 480 8gb Windforce. I've had no issues running any games and the overclock of 1450/2000 is quite good.
That was my review and it did it the first couple days but now it's quiet and jAs powered my r5 1600@ 4ghz + 390x when was testing.
It did it the first couple days and now works fine. I don't know why but it has 5 year warranty so I'll ride it out.
Bought 2 of the same kit due to cheaper price. They work in dual channel. But purchased separately.
Cpuz verification in description shows dual channel.
At 3.7 ghz 1.3v the chip would get to 75 cel with the stock cooler. With the Gammax 400 I have it at 4 ghz 1.35v max of 69. I was not impressed with the stock cooler and I even used arctic silver 5 on both coolers.
The Ryzen 3 2200G comes with a smaller stealth version and it stays in the 60's at 3.8 ghz. It could've been a bad mount but I have 3 gammax 400. 2 on 1700x and 1 on 1600 and they are all overclocked and cools well.
With a $80 290X instead of a $50 HD7950. Still $175 cheaper and decimates you. And I have a 480GB SSD. And I have 4 cores faster than a i5 vs your pentium for cheaper.
Oh my build is faster and costs 30% less. I also have a $70 RX 480 I got off ebay that is even faster and better price due to the deal.
Here is my $40 cheaper R5 1700 8/16 cpu with the 480 https://pcpartpicker.com/b/XqgwrH
Anymore benches u want to throw up? I have a 1700X with a 1070Ti sitting here.
I have a $350 2200G with a 7950 that will decimate this in gaming for 33% cheaper.
It was $60 on a newegg sale usually $60-65
My 2200G + Asrock B450M is in a micro FBM X1 casae and runs cool at 3.9 ghz
The B450M HDV R4 is same price as the 320 you used and many more options
Ryzen 1200 for $80 + B450M for $60 + 8gb 2666 mhz ddr4 for $40 would be faster if overclocked to 3.7+ ghz and cheaper and new. 750ti is ok for pci only builds but a 460/560 would be much faster for the same or a little less.
A 320 motherboard? Why limit the processor to stock speeds.
I have a very similar setup and I must say the 570 is a stout card. Very close to a RX 480 stock and most can overclock fairly well. Should be a 1080P gaming beast.
It came with 2x 120 mm blue LED fans and keeps the CPU cool.
I overclocked on the stock AMD HSF also.
I agree. The hd7950 at 1100/1500 is destroying games at 1080p. Overwatch and fortnite over 80 fps on epic/high.
Thanks. And great price to performance. I've tried several games at work 1080P and so far high to ultra settings
Insane performance so far in every game 1080P high or ultra/epic
Overwatch 1080P Ultra 90-100 fps
League of legends 1080P Max150-200 fps
Just built last night. I ran 3dmark firestike and beat a i5 7400 + 1050ti
And PCMark top 40% of all systems tested
Why would anyone consider a 1050ti for the price of a RX 580. A 8 gb 570 is much faster and under $140.
What overclock did you achieve? Voltages and temperatures?
I would've gotten a SSD instead of rgb fans
Nice buy on the 1080 and most parts work well together.
A RX 580 for $155 instead of 1050ti
Click individual parts, GPU, rx580, price low to high