It should be okay, but if you plan to upgrade down the line I would definitely get a 750+ watt PSU.
Nope, it's hard to explain it so I'd suggest looking at a video showing how multithreading works to get an idea of what I mean, but it's basically like a 4 core 8 thread CPU but the 4 threads with no physical cores to themselves are much faster.
91C on the CPU is absolutely not ok. Did you apply the thermal paste like you were supposed to or are your fans not spinning or something? I have a 9700k with a 360mm AIO and I rarely go above 70C at full load with all the fans in my system on the "quiet" preset. Also do you know what voltage you're putting on the CPU?
Nice build! I always get confused for like a split second when I see people with MSI RTX cards that are using the bracket for it, I'm always like "what the heck is that in their second PCIe slo- oh yeah..."
My first build is a 2080 Ti and a core i7 9700k lol.
Nice build, but I'd suggest going for a black and white aesthetic, and maybe doing something with that noctua fan in the front (I know they perform well but dear god are they ugly. I know there are black and white chromax kits, and that scheme would go really well with your case and RAM :)
It’s really just up to how much you’re looking to spend honestly. I’d look at some benchmark comparisons and see which one looks better for you.
Acer Aspire V15 Nitro Black Edition.
Thanks lol. Mineral oil would definitely not be very practical, but cool nonetheless
Well I plan to be streaming quite a bit and I might do some video editing as well.
Yeah those are mostly out of stock too tho lol
Yeah but I've already got everything else for the system.
Nice build, this is looking really similar to the build I'm working on right now lol
btw I said I couldn't find one in stock since I'm not counting those crazy high price listings because spending $200+ over msrp for a product is ridiculous and isn't really a reasonable purchase no matter your budget.
Well using wrist pads lock you into only moving your wrist to aim, which is not only horrible for accuracy in games, but also very bad for ergonomics as it requires you to make movements with your wrist that will cause ulnar and radial deviation.
Oh lmao what are you planning on getting to replace it?
Oh man the PC-O11 can make almost anything look good, by far my favorite case on the market. Nice build!
Awesome build but yikes that mousepad lol
yikes looks like you're running at about 85*C under load. while you're likely not going to run into loads as heavy as AIDA 64 in regular use, it would probably be a good idea to adjust the fan curve if you haven't already, and if you have, then delidding could be something to look into. Nice build tho it would probably look awesome with one color scheme too. (p.s. nice cable management :))
Awesome! I’ve honestly always loved the PC-O11 since I saw the reveal lol
Lol you're using the same RAM, case, and motherboard that I've been planning to build my PC with for months.