Thanks for the suggestion - I did forget Ryzen needs faster RAM. I probably will just stick with the Crucial SSD for cost reasons.
Was there an issue with the Optical drive I had? It is Blu-ray capable
Edit: I see it doesn't come with Blu-ray software per reviews.
Thank you - I have or can get windows cheaply, it will be hooked up to a 55" TV.
I have a wireless mouse for it and a temporary wired keyboard for now, added this up top.
I would be interested in buying this card early July if you sell for $350 with shipping. Please PM me if interested.
Haha a bit ya, been thinking of updating a bit and downsizing to a smaller case
Ya should be it.
I realize what you're asking now! I'm sorry ya they will just ask for your ID or membership information.
I thought you were applying for a credit card there, sorry!
They will just run a credit check to see if you are approved.
Anyone not see Microcenter listed on the site? Been awhile since I've browsed so if it was removed that's news to me!
Noted thanks - I will let you know if it sells before then.
I normally work out my deals through Paypal as it's a much easier process in my opinion. So once I confirm the cost of shipping on top of the monitor price I'd let you know the total.
I normally accept payment first and ship within 3 business days. I have shipped multiple monitors and parts this way and works out just fine.
Just let me know when the time comes
Thanks for the interest!
It was used from my previous build! I wish it was all free sadly not!
Yes you can absolutely SLI them!
Please let me know asap if you're interested
Point? Please don't try to advertise your website on my thread.
It is blower style, the 780 ti reference card. Just bought it from ASUS
Yes it is!
Thank you however I am also factoring in my own shipping costs, although it is used it hasn't depreciated much and is in great condition.
I cannot offer free shipping like other stores so I will keep my prices steady :)
Thank you and let me know if you might be interested in anything!
EDIT: I like your build btw, nice and clean!
I'd really only consider selling the 27" monitor separately. The extra monitor was really an after thought to someone who might want to buy the whole system as is.
Are you asking for the 1440p monitor? Or the 24"?
Are you asking for the CPU only? I'm probably not going to part this out
Good condition with a little dust that I will clan off. Never OC'd the CPU on it as I didn't win the silicon lottery :(
I have the original box and believe whatever came with it is there. I can confirm that once home this evening.
Yes the 350d case is the version with the side panel
Do you need just the tower? Or mouse/keyboard/OS/monitor as well?
It was some red plastic tubing I had bought to hide the cables and blend a bit better
The i5 will be okay without an aftermarket as long as you aren't planning to overclock heavily right away.
At the end of the day, ram is ram is ram. However 2x4 configurations allow for dual channel memory advantages. They are slim yes but it is one. However if you think you might end up with 32gs eventually since you will be getting into game design, maybe a 1 x 8 would better suit you
I think this is a bit better foundation: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/LBXRyc
I left the case choice up to you, let me know if you have any questions.
The only difference between 8320 and 8350 - clock speed, overclock
CPU Cooler - Better than stock
990FX Board - Better overclocking capabilities and features
SSD/HDD Combo - allows for programs on the SSD and higher storage capabilities for movies/music/videos on the HDD. Not to mention upgrade from 840 to the 850 series
RAM is RAM
Gigabyte 290x > Diamond
PSU - Gold rated/modular over the bronze rated/semi
All of that for just over $17 more.
I'm glad that you posted this build here and acted arrogantly. It allowed me to help others think of better builds for $1000.
To be honest I'd go with something like this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/PD9C99
Much better value for the money
That's extremely hard to cool
I would definitely consider the build I suggested. It saves you a good bit of money and is very powerful with the ability to upgrade in the future.
He won't need an upgrade for a good while
What does your son do? If this is strictly for gaming you don't need the x99 chipset.
I would go with something like this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HJ6hZL
it's still 4gb of VRAM, it doesn't stack
Agreed that's the range I was thinking
I don't think your link worked :( have you built this... or are you planning this build?
If you haven't built this, I recommend this : http://pcpartpicker.com/p/X9TXZL
Let me know what questions you have
You could probably spend a bit less and go with something like this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/jXYbrH
i3 with hyper threading is plenty for a media streaming and backing up other pcs
went with a less expensive set of RAM
smaller psu wattage as you don't need much more
slightly less expensive SSD however the 850 is a best so if you wanted to change it to that I definitely would if you don't mind paying more
WD Greens make great server storage drives as they spin down when not in use and since you will run the OS on the SSD, they will last longer.
case is a bit slimmer form factor so it could fit in the living room or in a case more easily
Windows 8.1, windows 7 is obsolete by 2020 and mainstream support ends this year.
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/923?vs=937 <-- compare h80i vs the hyper 212 evo
or refer to :
The hyper 212 is better at less than half the cost
The hyper 212 evo is one of the best performance per dollar coolers on the market. It can handle a 1 ghz overclock with a breeze and AIO liquid coolers aren't worth it unless you pay for the higher end ones.
Congrats on your first build! From what I can tell your cable management is pretty good and your part selection screams value per dollar.
My only change would have been to go with something like the Hyper 212 Evo for the cooler and bump the GPU to a 290/290x depending on price.
the 8320 wouldnt bottleneck and you can slightly overclock a ghz or so with the hyper 212 evo pretty effectively if need be
If you want to spend a few extra bucks and get the 8350 for the higher clock speed out of the box it could be worth it, that way you don't have to spend anything on and aftermarket cooler.
Higher clock speeds and much lower price points. Really all you're getting is the same clocked chip as the 8350 but with less power draw.
IMO it's not worth the extra money
I would go with the 8320 or 8350 over the 8370
Any step up in a single GPU that you can afford would be a nice idea :) so if you can, yes, get the 280 over the 270x.
Also the only difference between the two processors are power draw and clock speed
I would go with the 6300 and fine a cheaper set of 2x4 8gb RAM: like this
Also you can save a bit by going with MSI's twin FROZR 270x, it's like $5 bucks less with a higher clock speed
It would be easier for everyone if you just pasted your part list :)
One of, if not the best antivirus programs I've used. I won't use another
Can't tell if sarcasm or serious....
Why bother commenting then if that's what you think?
z87 motherboards don't have to be bought simply for overclocking. Many of them come with features he could have needed/wanted