nope, dont mess with voltage on stuff. That is how you fry your pc if you dont know what you are doing
The cooler master mastercase H500 have been working great for me so far, only thing is if you have tall ram and a aio cooler it might get a little tight
But as you said there won't be much of a gain, I did it to my 2600 but that was mainly because I wanted to learn and to try overclocking
As he said he is new to pc building...
You should watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqQcgwz1hYA
The vrm get very hot which is bad
If you are overclocking dont buy that motherboard
Apparently I "overclicked" when writing that comment... lol
you dont need more than a 550w psu, if you need wifi i would definetly go with gaming pro carbon instead, and you can get the 500gb 660p for the same price as the 760p 250gb
overclicking is really easy by the way
yes it would be just fine but if you want high framerates (144fps) you should go 1080p instead.
There is nothing "wrong" with it but I probably would have gone for a rtx 2060 instead of the vega 64 and the monitor is (in my opinion) way overkill you wont be able utilize all of it and the money could be spent better elsewhere. Probably would have switched the cpu to 2600 if you want to overclock. Don't know anything about the cooler but the 2600 doesnt get that hot anyway
Made in 2 min but i actually think it would be quite nice (ofc it isn't the most balanced build)
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any reason for going mini-itx?
Do you already have a 1tb ssd?
Getting consistent 240 fps is not "easy" and with a 2070 you would have to compromise on the image quality to get close to a consistant 240 fps
the msi b450 gaming pro carbon have some really good vrm temps and good vrm and you should be able to find it for about 150 euro
If I were you I would wait untill 3rd gen ryzen arrives, one of the new might suit your needs better and if not, prices on zen, zen+ will probably drop
dont go with the aorus if you are planning to overclock, the vrm gets really hot. The asus doesnt have the best vrm temps either but its better. I recomend that you watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqQcgwz1hYA
If you have a little more money i would buy the msi b450 gaming pro carbon, if not then the msi b450 tomahawk is a great option aswell
When gaming the 2600 do perform slightly better than the 1700 and he is only interested in gaming. Intel would ofc be the best though...
In apex I get 100-130 without changing any settings. I haven't played any other games yet but he says he will be playing siege mainly so...
Did you oc the cpu and gpu?
Really nice build but running aida 64 for 10 minutes when watercooling won't give you any max temps
Ok but at least the cpu will be "less important" though right?
You don't need an Intel cpu for 144fps+ i have a ryzen 5 2600 paired with a rtx 2060 and in r6 siege I get 150-160 fps with max settings
I can't tell if it fits you or not but it has one of the best sensors, 4 programmable buttons and all of the other requirements you listed
You can't go wrong with either of them
Ofc it depends on your handshape but for me at least it is good
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Wouldn't the 2700x be a good choice since he is playing at 1440p?
yes, as I said it is temporary
I did a small temporary OC to 3,6 ghz and ran aida 64 for 15-20 min and it stayed at 40c (I only had the stress CPU checked)
built my pc yesterday so i havent overcklocked yet. After it it downloading some stuff over the night my 2600 was 30-33C. i dont think it is needed but i might reaply my thermalpaste
so when it says 30 it is actually 20?
I can get the asus for 20$ less than the msi which one would you recommend?
So the boards use the same vrm but the msi have a better heatsink?
For the asus? I think the msi have 4+2 or something
Msi x470 gaming pro carbon
i have 16 gb so..
https://www.komplett.no/product/1120799/datautstyr/pc-komponenter/skjermkort/msi-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-lightning-z# here in norway I can but dunno about the us
About how much voltage do i have to put into a ryzen 5 2600 (just so i dont fry it)
A step up would be the pro carbon
I would have gone with the tomahawk since the aorus have some really bad vrm temps and since they aren't to great on the asus either
I'm planning on using ryzen master for temps, is AIDA64 enough or should i also run prime 95?
So cinbench is not good to test OC?
thank you, what about msi kombustor?
HyperX have some nice ones