I think I have a friend that has Averix RAM
Already is mainstream tho..
Um Skylake i7 doesn't exist, I don't think..?
What would you change??
It's pretty perfect.
Yes, 679 would be a bottleneck.
CPU Prices don't change by 50-100 dollars to downgrade to a i5.
I would suggest he just goes Rad 290 or 390
Thank you for that, didn't realize that existed!
Not sure why you went with a 5900RPM HDD?
But nice job making it green :D
Looks nice, but that case has a slightly weird shape.
Hey, kid, you want some..... DEEZ NUTS11
I think it'd be worth the money to buy a SSD to store the OS on
Sure, I'll take some pictures
Yes, I have bought it.
Just saying, you should upgrade that motherboard, it is pretty bad if I do say so myself.
Bought the build for myself, actually, it's wonderful
By the way, your headphone jack problem doesn't happen for me, I'm using Razer Tart's.
The classic combo is going AMD and Radeon.
With Intel you normally go GTX
Then you cannot play WoW or Smite, and a few more games that are well known.
Thank you for informing me, though!
But the vram is so low... Some games require 6VRAM, you only have 4.
I guess you're right there, if that's what you are using it for.
I personally use my SSD for games I play a lot, and my OS.
I'd suggest downgrading your cooler then getting more ram if you plan on recording, like you said you are.
Um I think you can do better on that GTX 970
I'd say go for a R9 390 or a R9 380
This is great for it's price, but he compatibility note is important about that case.
"The NZXT Source 210 (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case supports video cards up to 330mm long, but video cards over 230mm may block drive bays. Since the Sapphire Radeon R9 380 4GB Nitro Video Card is 238mm long, some drive bays may not be usable."
I suggest upgrading your case.
... Why would you wan to get the wattage down, he has a good powersupply.
Overall this is a good build, but you should go for the Titan if you have that type of money.
The RAM you chose is really good for recording gaming.
Wonderful budget build for gaming!
I am going to buy these parts next month actually, this gaming build isn't expensive at all and could run LoL at 60FPS on highest settings possibly.
I know, but still.... If the 3tb is for mass storage, what would u store? Normally big things are laggy, therefore they should be on a faster HDD, such as a 7200RPM HDD.
Yeah but for real, I mean come on that 5400RPM can slow down your boot up speed if your OS isnt on your SSD.
Also things saved to your HDD launch and play slower with that 5400RPM, I mean come on, 7200RPM is obviously the better choice, and barely cost anymore.
5400RPM... Um, don't you think that's a little weak.
He didnt put on a cpu cooler because all those case fans I guess, plus his custom parts can cool his CPU
Good, but not enough storage, considering you only have a SSD there, but it's quite a nice computer, probably can run ultra settings at 60 FPS at a 1080p
Upgrade your memory to be honest, DDR3 isn't very quick.
Excuse me, but what is 1080p mean?
That ram could use a upgrade.
Also, the motherboard isn't that good either...
Overall that build is ok... But it can be improved.
Ehm, because Razer is meant for gaming.
Also, the mechanical switches are super useful because you can change what a key does with Razer Synapse.
HORRIBLE Graphics card, no point of having such monitor
Second question, I might get this build, would it be good for streaming and gaming at ultra settins
What makes ddr4 worth so much
Get a SSD to improve this build for gaming.
Why is your ram so expensive?
So you plan on overclocking I see, assuming that because your CPU Cooler is Liquid
It seems like he doesnt care about what it looks like, though, he just wants the best gaming experience possible.
Also, that case fits his parts perfectly it seems.
Thing is, he needs that much RAM if he is going to be recording him gaming.
But, the more RAM you have if you know how to use software such as Lasso to force it to focus your ram at that moment on one specific process, it runs much faster.
If ur going to run dual video cards as so, I suggest getting rid of one of the monitors and upgrading.
Get rid of one of the SSDs and get more ram.
That is indeed, thank you for saying it for me
Its a nice build but you could've done better on the memory.