are they generally better in terms of manufacturing quality, i have this picture in my mind of brands like SP and ADATA and others as super cheapo options that dont work well or last long sometimes, i just dont want a ssd that will fail.
idk just wanted a tiny case
ayyy that VSK is cool
Standard layout is two fans bringing air in the front and one out the back
for the power button you can buy spare parts for any case on the market and just buy a power button, for example this https://www.amazon.com/HDE-Power-Button-Computer-Switch-x/dp/B009CWY8PA
100% get liquid cooling for your CPU, there are also some mobos that have extra liquid cooling basins that help, and you can get liquid coolers for gpus, but you have to do that yourself iirc.
Some companies release coolers specifically made for gpus, some have generic liquid coolers, or just make sure to get a GPU with 2 or three fans.
Once you do that, make sure to just get a lot of case fans, and a case with good cooling, lots of vents and filters and fan mounts, buy quality case fans, make sure to get a good airflow, a larger case can also help with that.
And look at some cases with large fans, 240/360mm fan mounts, that will def help.
Also look into the higher quality thermal paste, you can put that on the cpu as well as the gpu, but maybe dont try that if you arent confident in your abilities and knowledge.
i know adw is malwarebytes, but they do detect different things.
I just like putting together builds in the build builder :D
Have malwarebytes and roguekiller and adwcleaner installed and just scan with them every week.
lol idk anything about speaker systems man, i kinda want surround sound, or just better than 2 speakers, just dont like the bulky speakers.
im willing to buy a sound card or controller if necessary
970 is still good, not the best but still good.
if you do put a modern one in there, the 1060-3gb, 6gb, or the 1660 ti are really good for the price, or in a year or so AMD is releasing new mid range gpus i believe
extra case fans are not a must until you put a gpu in there really, just the cpu with the base cooler and whatever fans come with it are good.
might be easier to build if you go with the mid tower, and more room for later upgrades
maybe a 2400g
oh god im dumb ignore me ;-;
well id go with a ryzen 5 2600x build if you plan on using it for streaming and photoshop, the ryzen has a much better integrated gpu than intel, you would need a different cooler than stock tho
the build up there is good, i would suggest getting a backup drive for data, and a uninterruptible power supply in case you lose power so you dont lose any time or data, and maybe even 4 1080 ti's instead of 2 2080 tis, and you need 16 gb of ram with 16gb of VRAM, always get as much ram as your vram for this kind of stuff
also i like to use acronis true image as a backup software
power supply should be 80+ bronze or gold or silver etc, its an important part, plus if you want to later put a bigger gpu or cpu in there you will need a boost in watts
i agree with the ssd boot drive and also the hdd you chose is an older model try this one https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/CbL7YJ/seagate-barracuda-2tb-35-7200rpm-internal-hard-drive-st2000dm006
yeah i even installed windows on it
tried the memory, both sticks are fine, might be the mobo or cpu, would be so weird to have so many different problems with the same order :/
D: why doesnt it come with a cooler.
rip my intelligence.
in my experience a 16gb single stick is cheaper
I like it, might want to do a 750W PSU and get rid of that cooler since CPUs come with coolers just as good as that
also you can link your parts list directly into a thread, markup, right next to the permalink at top
just wish my boss could keep test mobos and more test cpus in stock xd
also better bench computers.
lol if all mobos came like that would make it easier for me to troubleshoot some things xd
id pay for it ;-;
lol finally found a good case i like just needed to make sure mobo was compatible :D
probably around 4-12, and i have high speed internet, maybe ill try ebay as well, i was just gonna do 32gb of ram, seems enough for anything
i know witha server i dont need much gpu, the cpu handles everything, so the ryzens gpu should be fine, or i can get a super cheap one just incase
oooo they have newer versions of the case, i like it, thanks!
im personally not a big fan of 8gb of ram, but 500gb ssd is a good idea, and ill switch to a case and a psu separate, and ill have to check the difference between these mobos and gpus, but thanks for the input
sorry didnt see prebuilt, shoulda red the thread better, my highschool teachers would be dssapointed, best bet is to buy a refurbished game system, id recommend on newegg
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/J62zLJ 571 dollars
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/WVCM7W 496 dollar build, probably the minimum you can do
idk about 60 fps but this will run fortnite, of course doesnt include monitor, mouse, keyboard